The book Examples of the Arabic letter writing tradition in the Caucasus (19th – 20th centuries) has been published
Examples of the Arabic letter writing tradition in the Caucasus (19th – 20th centuries) by Dr. Kamran Abdullayev, was published with the support of Azerbaijan Institute of Theology (AIT).
The book consists of four chapters and different parts of each chapter.
The publication includes history, literature and features of the Arabic language in the Caucasus, letters related to the Ghazavat period, political letters, samples of letters and translations in the sections of literary and public letters.
To a certain extent, the research also provides information about the 19th – 20th centuries, politically and socially active period of the Caucasus with some examples of letters. The example also considers the subject of the letter. It deals with letters written in Arabic, which is not one of the local languages in the Caucasus, but has a special place in the communication of Muslim peoples creating a colorful image in the socio-political life. The importance of the Arabic language between Muslim and non-Muslim nations in the Caucasus was also studied.
The book refers to the sources in Azerbaijani, Arabic, Russian and Turkish languages.