Ahmadi Muslims hold the unique belief that Jesus (peace be upon him) survived the crucifixion and travelled towards India to continue his ministry among the Lost Tribes of Israel. Furthermore, they claim that his tomb, containing his body, has been recently re-discovered in India where it can be seen to this day. Ahmadi Muslims also assert that this belief is not only upheld by the Holy Quran and the Sayings of Muhammad saw, but even by the Holy Bible itself.
17 January 2014

List of books containing a mention of Marham-i-Isa (مرہم عیسی)

List of books containing a mention of Marham-i-Isa, and a statement that the ointment was prepared for Jesus, i.e., for the wounds on his body



Qanun, by Shaikh-ul-Rais Bu Ali Sina, Vol. III, page 133.

Sharah Qanun, by Allama Qutb-ud-Din Shirazi, Vol. III.

Kamil-us-Sanaat, by Ali Bin-al-Abbas Al-Majoosi, Vol. III, page 602.

Kitab Majmua-i-Baqai, Muhammad Ismail, Mukhatif az Khaqan by Khitab pidar Mohammad Baqa Khan, Vol. II, page 497.

Kitab Tazkara-i-Ul-ul-Albab, by Shaikh Daud-ul-Zareer-ul-Antaki, page 303.

Qarabadin-i-Rumi, compiled about the time of Jesus and translated in the reign of Mamun al-Rashid into Arabic, see Skin Diseases.

Umdat-ul-Muhtaj, by Ahmad Bin Hasan al-Rashidi al-Hakim. In this book, Marham-i-Isa, and other preparations have been noted from a hundred, perhaps more than a hundred books, all these books being in French.

Qarabadin, in Persian, by Hakim Muhammad Akbar Arzani -- Skin Diseases.

Shifa-ul-Asqam, Vol. II, page 230.

Mirat-ush-Shafa, by Hakim Natho Shah -- (manuscript) Skin Diseases.

Zakhira-i-Khawarazm Shahi, Skin Diseases.

Sharah Qanun Gilani, Vol. III.

Sharah Qanun Qarshi, Vol. III.

Qarabadin, by Ulwi Khan, Skin Diseases.

Ilaj-ul-Amraz, by Hakim Muhammad Sharif Khan Sahib, page 893.

Qarabadin, Unani, Skin Diseases.

Tuhfat ul-Momineen, on the margin of Makhzan-ul-Adwiya, page 713.

Muhit Fi-Tibb, page 367.

Aksir-i-Azam, Vol. IV, by Hakim Muhammad Azam Khan Sahib, Al Mukhatab ba Nazim-i-Jahan, page 331.

Qarabadin, by Masumi-ul-Masum bin Karam-ud-Din Al-Shustri Shirazi.

Ijala-i-Nafiah, Muhammad Sharif Dehlavi, page 410.

Tibb-i-Shibri, otherwise known as Lawami Shibriyya, Syed Hussain Shibr Kazimi, page 471.

Makhzan-i-Sulaimani, translation of Aksir Arabi, page 599, by Muhammad Shams-ud-Din Sahib of Bahawalpur.

Shifa-ul-Amraz, translated by Maulana Al-Hakim Muhammad Noor Karim, 282.

Kitab Al-Tibb Dara Shakohi, by Nur-ud-Din-Muhammad Abdul Hakim, Ain-ul-Mulk Al-Shirazi, page 360.

Minhaj-ud-Dukan ba Dastoor-ul-Aayan fi Aamal wa Tarkib al-Nafiah lil-Abdan, by Aflatoon-i-Zamana wa Rais-i-Awana Abdul-Mina Ibn Abi Nasr-ul-Atta Al Israili Al-Harooni (i.e., Jew), page 86.

Zubdat-ul-Tabb, by Syed-ul-Imam Abu Ibrahim Ismail bin Hasan-ul-Husaini Al-Jarjani, page 182.

Tibb-i-Akbar, by Muhammad Akbar Arzani, page 242.

Mizan-ul-Tibb, by Muhammad Akbar Arzani, page 152.

Sadidi, by Rais-ul-Mutakalimin Imamul Mohaqq-i-qin Al-Sadid-ul-Kazrooni, Vol. II, page 283.

Hadi Kabir, by Ibn-i-Zakariya, Skin Diseases.

Qarabadin, by Ibn-i-Talmiz, Skin Diseases.

Qarabadin, by Ibn-i-Abi Sadiq, Skin Diseases.


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Kashif Khalid is a student in Jamia Ahmadiyya Qadian. He had devoted his life to the service of Ahmadiyyat the true Islam . Add him on: Facebook & Twitter

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1 comments:

  1. Salaam alaikum. . . . Is it possible to get a date or approximate time period when each of these books was first published? It would ba nice to see a "timeline" of awareness of the Ointment of Jesus (as). . . .

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