Book Name:Dawateislami Ka Taruf
1401 A.H. (September, 1981). He is a symbol of past saints in attributes like fear of Allah, deep devotion to the beloved Prophet, zeal and determination for following Quran & Sunnaĥ, and for reviving Sunnaĥ, piety, forgiveness, perseverance, patience, thankfulness, humility, simplicity, sincerity, asceticism, good-manners, absolute disinterest in the world, concern about the protection of faith, ambition to spread religious knowledge and reforming the Muslims.
Through the platform of Dawat-e-Islami, he has brought a Madanī revolution in the lives of millions of Muslims, especially the young Islamic brothers and sisters. Many sinful youths repented of their sins, adopting a pious way of life. Those previously not offering Ṣalāĥ not only started offering Ṣalāĥ but also many progressed even further becoming the Imāms of Masājid; disobedient and rude offspring began to respect and obey their parents; those wandering in the dark valley of Kufr (unbelief) were blessed with the light of Islam; those dreaming of the sensual beauty of European countries became anxious and desirous of beholding the beauty of the Holy Ka’baĥ and the grand green dome of beloved Madīnaĥ; those who used to get worried and grieved about their apparently serious looking worldly matters got the Madanī mindset of pondering over their afterlife; those fond of reading romantic and filthy novels got attracted to reading the books and booklets of the scholars of Aĥl-e-Sunnat دَامَتۡ فُـیُـوۡضُھُمۡ; those fond of excursions started
 To know more about the life of Amir-e-Ahl-e-Sunnat, go through the book ‘A Brief Biography of Amir-e-Ahl-e-Sunnat’ published by Maktaba-tul-Madinah.