Two Weeks in Pakistan

Two Weeks in Pakistan is a captivating and descriptive travelogue of three Pakistani cities: Karachi, Lahore and Multan. The focus is on the various Islamic seminaries (madrasas) and great scholars (ʿulamā) and shuyūkh, both past and present. The majority of the discussion surrounds the world-renowned and prestigious seat of Islamic learning, Jāmi῾ah Dār al-ʿUlūm Karachi, and the honourable Shaykh Mufti Muhammad Taqi Usmani (may Allah protect him). The travelogue is a must read for anyone – in particular, students of sacred knowledge (tullab al-ʿilm) – seeking to learn about the major and magnificent religious institutions in Pakistan and those great souls from whom they take their magnificence.


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"Shaykh Muhammad ibn Adam takes the reader with him on the journey, intriguing and fascinating him at every step. With his sharp attention to the minutest of detail, he provides a very detailed and insightful account of our travels."

– Shaykh Badr al-Islam, Northampton, UK Tweet