Intro
In english, this book is called, “The Star of Victoria”, its an Urdu only book of only 16 pages, written in 1898 and published in 1899 (see hidden treasures). This book published on August 24, 1899 presents once again the ideas and thoughts about the Christianity as forcefully stated in Tuhfa-e- Qaisariyyah. MGA complimented the British Government for providing freedom of expression and religious tolerance. MGA went on and on praising Queen Victoria and telling her it is her era which the Prophet (sallallahualaihiwasallam) foretold the Messiah will come and wolves and sheep will drink from the same pond and children will play with snakes. He says to Queen Victoria: “May God help you from the heavens. Thus, the coming of the Promised Messiah in this world is only as a result of your blessed existence, your sincerity of heart and your true compassion.” He tells the Queen: “It is in our reliable books that the Promised Messiah will not engage in any battle nor will he lift a sword.” pg 121.

Quotes
Sitara-e-Qaisarah, pp. 5-6, Ruhani Khaza’in, vol. 15, pp. 115-116, Via Hidden Treasures

“”And I am commanded to convey the good tidings to the illustrious Empress of India that as on earth and through physical causes, the Almighty God has, with His perfect Grace and Wisdom, established the rule of Her Majesty in this and other countries, so the earth may be filled with peace and justice. So, He has ordained in Heaven that to give full effect to the real objects of our blessed Queen which consist of promoting justice, peace and the welfare of mankind, extinction of all evils, reform of morals and the extirpation of savage manners, it is, therefore, necessary that a spiritual system be established with His own hand from Heaven, which should assist in
the fulfilment of the great object which Her Majesty has at heart, and thus aided with heavenly rain, encourage the growth of peace, security and goodwill, of which Her Majesty has sown the seed. To fulfil His word as to the coming of the Promised Messiah, He has sent me from Heaven, so that in the spirit of that Prince of peace, who was born at Bethlehem and brought up at Nazareth, I may employ myself in advancing the cause of the good and blessed object of Her Majesty the Empress. He has anointed me with numerous blessings and made me His Messiah that He Himself may from Heaven assist Her Majesty in her pure aims. Blessed Empress, may God preserve thee long and make us happy by thy long age, prosperity and success. The coming of the Promised Messiah in thy reign is to enhance the light of sincerity, it is a sure sign and testimony from God that thou hast far excelled the monarchs of the world in the love of peace and security, good management, sympathy for thy subjects and the spreading of justice and equity.”””
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Sitarah Qaisariyyah, Ruhani Khaza’in, vol. 15, pp. 120-121, See Essence of Islam, vol-3. 

“””The Holy Qur’an clearly forbids the use of force for the spread of the faith and directs its propagation through its inherent qualities and the good example of the Muslims. Do not be misled by the notion that in the beginning the Muslims were commanded to take up the sword. That sword was not taken up for the spread of the faith, but in self-defence against the enemies of Islam and for the purpose of establishing peace and security. It was no part of the purpose of taking it up to have recourse to coercion in the matter of faith.””””
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Scans
praising Queen Victoria and telling her it is her era which the Prophet (sallallahualaihiwasallam) foretold the Messiah will come and wolves and sheep will drink from the same pond and children will play with snakes. [1/3]

He says to Queen Victoria: “May God help you from the heavens. Thus, the coming of the Promised Messiah in this world is only as a result of your blessed existence, your sincerity of heart and your true compassion.” [2/3] pg 118

He tells the Queen: “It is in our reliable books that the Promised Messiah will not engage in any battle nor will he lift a sword.” pg 121.

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