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Abdul Qadir al-Jilani, Wali al-Wut’s (Arabic: عبد القادر الجلاني, IPA: [ʕaˈbuːd alq?aˈdːri l?aˈjˤanːiː]; 1882 – 1952), more commonly called al-Jilani (Arabic: الجلاني, IPA: [al-qaˈdːraː], literally "The Immortal") was a Qutb Shahi Sultan and a pivotal figure in the intellectual history of South Asia during the British Raj. During his reign, the modern concepts of education, social reform, and meritocracy were introduced, as well as the education system of Islamic education (Furqan). As a poet and thinker, he is renowned for his poetry and prose. He established the Jilani School of .
What is the book called?
The book Abdul Qadir Jilani "The Secret Of Secrets" explains the Qur'an, with its divine secrets, which had been concealed from the early Muslims. The author writes: "As the famous verse of the Qur'an says, 'And He has made a Book, which is a proof for everything, and a light for the guidance and an illumination for the righteous' (Sura 41, verse 1). But the latter half of the verse means that the Book is Allah's gift to humanity as a light, guidance and an illumination for people. Its contents are of special significance to mankind. A specific divine light, known as the Divine Name (Wah) has been revealed and explained in the Qur'an." The author explains that the Arabic word for 'light' is Sifat (meaning secrets). The author states: "This light is not the light of common things and being (Hibzat) as we see the light in our 0b46394aab