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        StatementMaktabah Ishaat al-Quran
        PublishersMaktabah Ishaat al-Quran
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        LC Classifications1965
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        Paginationxvi, 133 p. :
        Number of Pages45
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Ansari was born in British India, but migrated to the newly formed Pakistan immediately after it achieved independence. Although he was a prolific author, many of his books were not published.

2 i 1806118658 z AVAILABLE t LONG a KU307. 0 008 950419s1987 pk a 000 0burdod 003 ICU 010 a 87932650 035 a OCoLC 32337028 040 a WAU c WAU d OCoLC 043 a a-pk--- 049 a CGUA 090 a DS392. Publications Ansari is also well known for the books he has written, both in Pakistan and in Kenya, even though many of his writings have not been published. Most of his writings are in Urdu.

520 a Study of architecture, history and culture of Karachi, written by 19th and 20th century writers; selection of articles published earlier in quarterly "Aj" in 1996. This was Ansaris last publication.

He was a descendant of Abu Ayyub al-Ansari, through Khwaja Abdullah Ansari.

K̲h̲at̤t̤ kī kahānī taṣvīron̲ kī zabānī (1997 edition)

maps ; c 24 cm. He spent much of his life in Kenya, where he is remembered to this day by the Shia community for bringing active and organized Shiism to the country.

Scholars in, andamong other places, have used his works as source material. [Non-Latin script references not evaluated. Migration to Kenya Ansari left South Asia for Kenya in the 1950s. Ansari is also mentioned as a source in "A Restatement of the History of Islam and Muslims" by.