THE REAL STORY OF THE “TORN VEIL” OF GULSHAN FROM PAKISTAN. V-S- Gopal . Her name changed from Gulshan Fatima to Gulshan Esther. Life after. A Muslim girl, imprisoned by her religion, her strict upbringing, her womanhood, and severe disability, is set free by God. The Torn Veil, the classic true-life story. 31 Mar When Esther Gulshan Fatima, a devout Pakistani Muslim girl, was six months old, typhoid left her a cripple. Her loving.

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I was also convicted by her excitement over her commitment to her esrher and her devotion and reverence and excitement over the Word of Exther. We both agree on what Muhammad did, then it doesn’t matter whether we call him ‘politician’ or not. Typhoid as a child left her paralyzed on one side so that she needed help with even the most basic of tasks.

He meditates and receives visions and oral messages. I feel that “avidya” is too simplistic. There was no separation of ‘Brahmin’ and ‘Kshatriya’ role in his profile.

Besides, it is pretty short – I read it in 1. The actual date is not mentioned that has surprised me, but we must remember that the story was written and published innearly 13 years later. About Us Join Us! Customers who bought this item also bought. Gulshan and her father made pilgrimage to Mecca and begged Allah for healing, but it was not until her father’s untimely death that Gulshan began to receive an answer.

She is in a constant state of saying prayers.


Sep gulhsan, Janet McCord rated it it was amazing. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. I am reminded also at what great cost our brothers and sisters in Muslim co This is an autobiography written by a former Muslim woman who grew up in a home of privelege but was physically crippled. Sometimes I just felt I needed more evidence that her life story was hundred percent true.

The Torn Veil: The Best-Selling Story of Gulshan Esther

When Gulshan Esther, a devout Muslim girl, was six months old, typhoid left her a cripple. He attributes them to God Allah.

God has a great deal of work to do in me and I hate to be distracted. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we’ll send you a link to download the free Kindle App.

The Torn Veil – The True Story of Esther Gulshan Fatima

Please try again later. It is also a balanced view of two worlds and even allows us to see the loving, nurturing, faithful side of Islam and the disappointing side of Christianity too.

Not estuer really too good to say about this book. In her grief she wanted to die, but as she called out to God, for the first time in her life she sensed she was being heard. Paperbackpages.

Iam deeply touched and speechless When i read this book, i felt what its like to be a Christian in the Muslim world. I am Jesus, son of Mary. There are always lessons on humanity and morality that such books throw to us.

I still cant forget the description of how the Lord Jesus appeared to young Gulshan, how Patros Peter gave her a ride on a horse chariot!! At the age of 14, in the search for a cure for her paralysis, her father brought her to England to see a specialist, who declared her beyond healing and recommended prayer.


On the whole this book comes out as a very plausible story. The difference between religion and faith is right there: He is real, relevant, relational and radical in pursuing the will of God for his life.

Very emotional and wonderful.

The Torn Veil – The True Story of Esther Gulshan Fatima

God is so faithful! It is well written and inspiring. A true breathtaking story, with a real touch of God’s love. He was a pir that offered him a religious standing in the society and was otherwise a social leader too. An amazing story of how a woman raised in a Muslim family in Pakistan comes to know Jesus through the Koran.

Fantastic, uplifting book that shows a different side to the Muslim world and the Islamic faith. In fact, there are thousands of cases of conversion of people from one religion to another, and the driving force behind a book is gulsan the un-usuality of the experiences.

Since that time, and to this day, she has been a joyous, obedient disciple of Christ. I gulshqn keep you alive. This book is not like those, thank God.