Jamal E Muhammad By Ameer Hamza, Jamal e Mustafa, Jamal e Nabi e Kareem, Jamal e Mahboob e Khuda, islam aur science, islam,,Quran,Hulya Noor e Khuda, Huliya Mubarak, Jamal wa kamal ,
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The Hamzanama or Dastan-e-Amir Hamza (Adventures of Amir Hamza) narrates the legendary exploits of Amir Hamza, an uncle of the Prophet Muhammad, though most of the stories are extremely fanciful, "a continuous series of romantic interludes, threatening events, narrow escapes, and violent acts".
Most of the characters of the Hamzanama are fictitious. In the West the work is best known for the enormous illustrated manuscript commissioned by the Mughal Emperor Akbar in about 1562.
The Hamzanama contains 46 volumes and has approximately 48000 pages. It is said that Dastaan Ameer Hamza was written in the era of Mahmud of Ghazni.
The text augmented the story, as traditionally told in dastan performances. The dastan (storytelling tradition) about Amir Hamza persists far and wide up to Bengal and Arakan (Burma), as the Mughals controlled those territories.