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  1. literally meaning of the word Nabi is informer but in the religious aspect, one meaning is added in that informer about hidden things that couldn’t be known by senses. in Islam Nabi is a person upon whom Allah reveals his message.

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    اللہ تعالیٰ کے پیغام کو لوگوں تک پہنچانا

  3. The word “Nabi” typically refers to a prophet in various Abrahamic religions, including Islam, Judaism, and Christianity. In Islamic tradition, a “Nabi” (plural: “Anbiya”) is a person chosen by Allah (God) to receive divine revelations and guidance for the benefit of their respective communities. These prophets include figures like Adam, Noah, Abraham, Moses, and Jesus, among others, before the final prophet, Muhammad, in Islam.

    In Judaism, the term “Navi” (singular) or “Nevi’im” (plural) refers to the prophets who played crucial roles in conveying God’s messages and teachings to the Jewish people. Prominent Jewish prophets include Isaiah, Jeremiah, and Ezekiel.

    In Christianity, the term “prophet” is used to describe individuals in the Old and New Testaments who received and conveyed God’s messages and played various roles in the history of the faith.

    The specific interpretation and significance of the term “Nabi” or “prophet” may vary within and between these religious traditions.

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