Shaneela Rowah Al-Qamar

Shaneela Rowah Al-Qamar is from London UK and has traveled extensively all her life. She has a keen interest in the languages and the cultures of the Middle East, Near East and Asia including Arabic literature which she studied at the University of Westminster in London and also at Alexandria University in Egypt. She is multilingual in several languages and has a deep interest in ancient and Abrahamic religions as well as the history of the Arabian peninsula. Her interests were defined whilst living in Egypt, and has been defined further by her own personal cultural background. Shaneela Rowah Al-Qamar is the author for the whole series, titled The Origins of Modern Western Society in Islamic History


Shaneela Rowah Al-Qamar's debut book is titled:


The Fragrance: The History of Perfume in Arabian and Islamic History.


This eBook provides a fantastic look at the cultural and Islamic history of fine fragrance. This short book will take you on a journey through the history of Arabia's and Islam's beautifully prized tradition of fine fragrance...right through to the use of the mysterious scent today. Join us in our journey through the spiritual realms of this fine commodity.


This first part of this Exclusive series, The Origins of Modern Western Society in Islamic History, is available HERE!


The second volume of this series, titled 'Food: The History of Food in Arabian and Islamic History', has also been released and is available EXCLUSIVELY on Amazon HERE.