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Lajja Tun Nesa Bangla.pdfl


Lajja Tun Nesa Bangla.pdf




Lajja Tun Nesa (লজ্জতুন নছ) is a book of magic and occultism that contains various spells, charms, talismans, and amulets. It is written in a mixture of Bengali and Arabic languages. The book is considered to be very dangerous and harmful for one's faith and morality. It is also associated with the Dajjal (the Antichrist) and his fitna (trial).


The book was first published in 1920 by Shamiem Enterprise in Gohati, Assam. It has 960 pages and 30 chapters. The editor of the book is Dr. Muhammad Azizul Haque Mubarakpuri, who claims to be a scholar of Islamic sciences. However, many Islamic scholars have denounced the book as a source of shirk (polytheism) and kufr (disbelief). They have warned the Muslims to stay away from this book and its contents.


Download: https://urlcod.com/2w3ube


The book contains various topics such as astrology, numerology, palmistry, geomancy, alchemy, divination, sorcery, witchcraft, necromancy, demonology, and more. It also contains instructions on how to make and use different kinds of talismans and amulets for various purposes such as love, wealth, health, protection, revenge, etc. The book also claims to have secrets of the unseen world and the future events.


The book is widely available online in PDF format. Many websites offer free download links for the book. However, downloading or reading this book is not recommended for anyone who values their faith and morality. This book is a trap of Satan and his allies. It can lead one to disbelief, sin, and destruction in this world and the hereafter.


For more information about the book and its dangers, one can refer to the following sources:



  • [A blog post that exposes the book]



  • [A video lecture that warns against the book]



  • [A fatwa that forbids reading the book]




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