If the Oceans Were Ink Setting & Symbolism

Carla Power
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The Quran

This is the traditional Islamic manuscript. The book is a series of revelations to the prophet Muhammad. The author chose this spelling, though it is sometimes written as“Koran.”

Oxford

This is the British university where Nadwi and Power worked together as they began their friendship, and where Nadwi continued to work as an educator.

Jamdahan

This is the city in India where Nadwi's family lived. Nadwi and Power visited the city and Power spoke there. It is a smaller village and Nadwi had built two schools there, one for boys and one for girls, by the time he and Power visited.

Nadwat al-Ulama

This is the school Akram attended in Lucknow. The campus was idyllic and Akram spent his days in prayer, study, and debate with teachers and other students. The completion of his studies there qualified a man to use the word Nadwi after...

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