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List of E-Books for free download

You may freely download any book listed below in mobi or epub format, by clicking on mobi and epub in the 2nd and 3rd columns of the table.

Book description
(click on name of book below for more information about the book)
mobi format
(for Kindle/ Kindle App)
epub format
(for epub readers)
English Translation of the Holy Quran, with Explanatory Notes, from Maulana Muhammad Ali, Revised 2010 edition, edited by Zahid Aziz to update the language and abridge the notes. See below for features of this e-book. mobi epub
A Handbook of Islam, abridged edition of The Religion of Islam by Maulana Muhammad Ali mobi  
Islam, Peace and Tolerance, by Zahid Aziz (2nd revised edition) mobi  
Founder of the Ahmadiyya Movement, by Maulana Muhammad Ali mobi epub
Victory of Islam, translation of Fath-i Islam by Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad mobi epub
The British Government and Jihad, translation of Government Angrezi aur Jihad by Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad mobi  
The True Succession, by Zahid Aziz mobi epub

E-book features of the Revised 2010 edition of the translation of the Holy Quran

  1. All the notes for the verses in any chapter are placed together at the end of that chapter. But you can go directly from a verse to its notes, and back again, as explained below.
  2. If you are reading a verse which refers to a note, you can click or press on the note number inside the verse and this takes you to that note within the notes area. Similarly, if you are reading a note, you can click on the number of that note (which will be at the start of the note) and this takes you to the verse which that note is related to.
  3. Often you may wish to go directly to a particular verse. To make that convenient,  we have provided direct links to every 10th verse in a chapter, except for the short chapters. This means, for example, that you can go directly to 2:10, 2:20, 2:30, etc.
We have given these links in the main list of contents under each chapter name, and also at the beginning of every chapter. If, for example, you wish to read 2:192, first go to the main list of contents and look under chapter 2, or go to the start of chapter 2. There you will see the list of every 10th verse of chapter 2. Just click or press on 2:190 and you will reach very close to your desired verse 2:192.
  1. Each verse is prefixed with its chapter and verse number in the form shown by this example:

    [2:5] These are on a right course from their Lord and these it is that are successful.

We have included the chapter number because often you may find yourself on a page where there is no other way of knowing which chapter you are reading.

  1. At the start of each note, an indication is provided of the verse from which it is referred, for example: (Note to 2:2). If a verse refers to more than one note, then in each of its notes we have added a count, as in the examples: (Note to 2:3-1) after which we have (Note to 2:3-2). Again, this has been done so that whenever you are in the notes area you know which verses the notes relates to.
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