Keywords : Conventional Islamic
Salient features of the Writing of M’asumi
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2020, Volume 7, Issue 9, Pages 1796-1800
Arabic language developed in India owing to the business relation with Arab nationals before
Islam. After Islam religious aspect was added to enhance the spread of Arabic in India. With
the flourish of these relations, large numbers of Indians have adopted Arabic language,
culture and literature in their daily practices with due amalgamation of their traditional ones.
Now, there are lot of people who have attained expertness in and stood as resource person
Arabic. Abu Mahfuz is among them whose life and work is the main subject matter of
Abu Mahfuz Al-Karim Ma’sumi, the vigorous writer, poet, columnist, journalist and
litterateur was born in Bihar (India), in 1931. He was a genius, got both conventional Islamic
and modern knowledge from India and abroad. He also got mastery over Arabic, English,
Urdu and others. He taught in numbers of Schools and colleges and became a man of high
profile with his teachings and writings He firstly, was appointed as the additional lecturer in
Aliah Madrassa (Aliah University).
He wrote lot of articles in Arabic, English, Urdu and others in different journals and
magazines which attracted scholars from native and abroad. He has one and only published
book Buhuth Wa Tanbihat, compilation and assemble of his Arabic articles.