The book is divided into three parts. They are:
- Part One: Khatm al-Nubuwwah in the Qur’an (ختم النبوة في القرآن)
- Part Two: Khatm al-Nubuwwah in the Hadith (ختم النبوة في الحديث)
- Part Three: Khatm al-Nubuwwah in Athar (traditions of the Noble Companions of the Messenger of Allah, their successors and their successors – ختم النبوة في الآثار)
In the preface to the fourth edition, the author mentions that his first writing on the topic of finality of the prophethood of the Messenger of Allah, Muhammad (may the eternal peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) was a treatise entitled Hadiyyat al-Mahdiyyin fi Ayati Khatam al-Nabiyyin, which he wrote in Arabic, upon the instruction of his teacher, Hujjat al-Islam Mawlana Muhammad Anwar Shah Kashmiri, so that it could be distributed in Iraq, Egypt and other Arabic-speaking countries, where the Qadiyani fitnah was spreading to. This was published in 1342 AH/1924 CE from the Dar al-‘Ulum in Deoband, India (where both were senior professors at the time).
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