Though this valuable treatise describes, in brief, the biographical sketch, the far-reaching movement and revolutionary reform of the greatest mystic and renewer of the second millienium of Islamic era, Shaikh Ahmad Sirhindi, well known as Mujaddid Alf Thani. But the main theme of the thesis dominates the Mujaddid's conception of Tawheed in contrast to a widely accepted doctrine of Ibn Arabi's Wahdat-ul Wajud or unityism.
Mujaddid's opposition is not based on theological dogma but on direct mystic experience, which turned the tide entirely to the Kitab-os-Sunnat as the only genuine source of Islamic leranings.
Furthere, there are certain scholarly receptions by both mystics and theologians of outstanding eminence such as Syed Ahmed Shaheed Barailwy and Shah Waliullah Muhaddis Dehelwi, which are undoubtedly very interesting and helpful for deep study and careful scrutiny of religious philosophy.
Author: Burhan Ahmad Faruqi