Talib Jauhari

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Talib Jauhari (27 August 1929 – 22 June 2020) (Urdu: طالب جوہری) was a Pakistani Islamic scholar, poet, historian and philosopher. His works focused on the Shia Sect of Islam. Jauhari was born in Patna, Bihar. Jauhari was known for his interpretations of the Quran His best known book was Hadees e Karabala.

Jauhari died on 22 June 2020 at a hospital in Karachi, Pakistan from heart disease-related problems and COVID-19, aged 91.[1]

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