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One of them, Ali, the first convert, says, “Let me tell you how the Prophet opened the door of my soul, so that he may open yours. It either deserved five or one. Religion in general is a touchy subject and no matter how an author discusses it, criticism is bound to appear.

There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Interesting, wish I knew historically how much was close hisotria the truth. I’ve read a number of biographies on the Arabian Prophet and found this book an interesting departure from the usual presentation.

Do you not see how he has lengthened the shadows? Deepak Chopra—easily one of the most influential spiritual leaders in the world today—delivers this stunning, sincere, and highly accessible portrait of the Prophet of Islam. As Chopra notes, “I didn’t write this book to make Muhammad more holy.

Deepak did a great job in making the reader involved, especially in the first third of the book. Americans were yistoria the building of an Islamic Centre in New York several blocks away from ground zero as it rekindled memories of the horrific attacks in As some had said, I also felt some resentment in the words written by the author.

As Islam was able to build and conquer, those who succumbed to the religion became part of an inner group, a higher caste based on spirit rather than wealth, but which could lead to rel comfort.

I also plan on fu This is my second novel on Muhammad and I frankly find his story fascinating. Hopefully, it is not a trend for him to drop historical accuracy in the sake of story development.

Deepak Chopra tells the life story of the prophet Mohammed and how Islam came to be created. Sep 28, Shaik rated it it was amazing.

Unfortunately we have grown so pathetic and desperate that we even disagree on the courses of the prophet’s life and how he lived it. I liked learning about the historical presence of the Kaaba and the Zamzam well in Mecca. Shouldn’t people who want chopga be enlightened about God go to the messenger? Apr 13, Ritu rated it it was ok. The feelings of the individua This is an important book to read for Muslims and non-Muslims alike.


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I wouldn’t recommend this book to someone who wants to learn about Muhammad; nonetheless, it is a good book if you have a background on Islam and looking for good fiction story about Islam that provides a different perspective.

Hisforia secret is that God is not someone you can seek. He is in all things, and always has been. There are many facts in this book that are false. I am glad I read it because I learned so much – about the incredible rise of Islam and nistoria appeal, and about the life of Muhammad.

This is especially true when the author speaks about Jihad. It is no wonder that we have such a diversity among Muslims.

Reading the story with a different eye gave me the ability to imagine how fearious it must have been. Feb 05, Maryam Kd rated it did not like it.

I enjoyed the poetry of each sura as much as the message. Sep 22, Micah rated it liked it. I liked the book upto the point when God reveals himself t The first half of the book was better than the latter half. In addition to being a simple and easy introduction to the life and teachings of Muhammad and Islam, “Muhammad” proves to be entertaining, historically accurate, and relevant to our times.

This book is well nahoma. Obviously, I didn’t get the chance to study every religion; however, many of my readings and academic studies revolved around Abrahamic religions.

Muhammad: A Story of the Last Prophet by Deepak Chopra

Muhammad struggled to project his message of peace, acceptance, and submission above the sometimes horrific reality of Arabic life in the 7th century. Aug 08, Sharon rated it really liked it.

The book never attempts to be a narration on the entire life story of the Prophet, yet the author was able to take you through his life with snippets as told through the eyes of his wife, his daughter, a Jewish holy man etc. I found Mohammad’s background, his early life interesting.


May 31, Aashikhan rated it did not like it Shelves: He goes on to talk about Sufism in very positive ter This is a quick read, and it was interesting to imagine how people would have reacted to Muhammad in the early days of his revelation, as well as how challenging the situation was for him.

Novelist OK as historical fiction, not so good as fiction. The book focused more on the man than his teachings, which I found to be less than satisfying.

Chpra as a prolific author of eighty books books with twenty-two New York Times best sellers in both fiction and non-fiction, his works have been published in more than forty-three languages. Having the story told from different perspectives in a fictionalized manner made the story easier to comprehend.

Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads pdofeta. Sep 19, Solady Batterjee is currently reading it. A nice narrative of the Muhammad Compellingly told, this is not only good storytelling; it also helps readers, especially non-Muslims, better understand the complexities and contradictions surrounding Islam.

We get a deep sense of the humanity of the extraordinary person that Muhammad was, his search for answers from a greater being and the profound impact on his life when he received the first revelation of the Quran via the angel, Gabriel.

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Not because they didn’t agree with the message, but because they stood to lose tons of revenue from the visitors to Mecca who trekked to the holy city to visit the sacred house built by Prophet Abraham and his son. Chopra does an amazing job of weaving a tale of the up and downs of the life of Muhammad, and expressing the positives and negatives of this influential historical character.

I know about the life of Christ and Buddha, but next to nothing about Muhammad. Kahoma I was disturbed by the strife and intrigue among the arab tribes: The feelings of the individuals that were portrayed aren’t accurate because it is fictionalized as the author mentions in the introduction.