Showing posts with label Rules of Islam. Show all posts
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Monday, March 18, 2013

Raise your children in a pure Islamic Way -Part3

Raise your children in a pure Islamic Way -Part3

EXCEPTIONAL MOTHER 

Some Duas to conceive a child.

1. Hazrat.Imam Jaffar us Sadiq (as) said, recite the following dua in Sajdah:
RUBBAY HUB LI MIL LADUNKA ZURR1YATAN TAYYABA, INNAKA SAMI UD DUA, RUBBAY LA TAZAR NI F ARDUN WA UNTA KHAIR UL WAR/SEEN.

2. Ahlul Bait (AS) said, and it is narrated in the Kitab us Saleheen, that to conceive a child, say 70 times SUBHAN ALLAH. After that say ASTAGHFIR ULLAH RUBBI W A AA TOBO ILAIH once, and then say SUBHAN ALLAH nine times and again ASTAGHFIR ULLAH RABBI W A AA TOBO ILAIH once. Do this Amal in the morning and in the evening everyday.

3. Write Sura-e-Alay Imran(3) with saffron and rose water and tie that to the woman.

4. Recite Sura-e-Fajr (89) eleven times and then perform the Intercourse according to Sharia.

5. A man or a woman Fast for Seven days and at the time of Iftar recite, 21 times AL BARI UL MUSA WWIR on the water and than drink it.

6. Aaimma (AS) said: do ISTAGHFAR more often.

SOME DUAS TO CONCEIVE A MALE CHILD.

1. Authentic Ahadees reveal that, if a Pregnant Woman decides (do Niyyah) that she will name the child either Muhammad (pBUH) or Ali (AS). Then the child born will be a boy. Insha Allah.

2. Imam Jaffar us Sadiq (AS) said: at the time of performing the Intercourse, recite ALLA HUMMA IN RAZZAQANI ZAKRUN SUMMAITAHU MUHAMMAD.

Ya Allah(SWT) if you give me a male child I will name him Muhammad (pBUH).

3. Hazrat Imam Ali un Naqi(AS) said: If Someone engraves the following dua on a Feeroza stone and the wears that in a ring, Insha Allah they will have a male child. RUBBAY LA TUZ RANI FAKDUN WA UNTA KHAIRUL WAR/SEEN.

SOME DUAS FOR THE SAFE AND EASY DELIVERY

1. Imam Jaffar us Sadiq (AS) said: for the safety of the mother and the child, write Sura-e-Qadr(97) with Mushk and Saffion and ask mother to drink it.

2. Same Imam (AS) said: write Sura-e-AL Haaqqa (69) and keep it with the mother.

3. For the easy delivery, recite Sura-e-Qadr (97), at the time of delivery.

4. During the pregnancy, Mother should keep Sura-e- Waqia(56) with her.

5. Recite Sura-e- Inshiqaq(84) after Daily Prayers. Also at the time of delivery.

Remember, the first Madrassah, for a child is the Mother who should try their level best to raise a pious child.

During pregnancy, your Aamal can make a big difference (good or bad) on the life of your child, so be very careful with what you do during the pregnancy.

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Raise your children in a pure Islamic Way -Part2

Raise your children in a pure Islamic Way -Part2

EXCEPTIONAL MOTHER

Some Important Points to Note

If you want a brave and strong child drink Milk.
If you want a well behaved and Good Looking (beautiful) child eat Watermelon.
If you want a child, with a great contentment, recite Sura-e-Wal Asr (103) while putting your hand on your tummy.

Daily Routine During Pregnancy

Recite Sura-e-Tawheed (112), 50 times.
Recite Sura-e- Qadr (97), 50 times.
Recite Salawat, 140 times.
Do Istigraar, a lot.

Recite Sura-e-Ya Seen (36) on one Anar every day and eat it. Do this for FORTY DAYS. During Seventh month, after Salat-e-Fajr, recite Sura-e-Anam(6) on one Almond and eat it. Do this for FORTY DAYS.

After completing Seven months, recite following five Suras:
1. Sura-e-Hadeed (57)
2. Sura-e-Hashr (59)
3. Sura-e-Suff (61)
4. Sura-e-Juma (62), and
5. Sura-e-Taghabun(64)

  • Try to be in Wazoo at all times.
  • Do not look your self in the mirror at night.
  • Try your level best not to commit any Sin.
  • Try to perform Mustahib Aamal as much as possible.
  • Try not to be angry. (Don't worry be happy.)
  • Eat proper meals.
  • Eating vegetables (subzeeyan) and dairy products will help to develop beautiful skin of your unborn child.
After Delivery

After delivery of the baby, as soon as possible, Say Azan in the Right Ear, and Aqama in the Left
Ear of the child.
You should name your child within FOUR MONTHS and TEN DAYS.
After delivery of the baby, the mother should eat Nine Dates (Khajoor).

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Raise your children in a pure Islamic Way -Part1

Raise your children in a pure Islamic Way -Part1

Let us raise our children in a pure Islamic Way. During pregnancy follow these instructions very carefully:

Masoom (AS) said:
A human can be made Good (Pious) or Bad (evil) in the womb of his mother.
Imam Ali Reza (AS) said:

Treat your children with good behaviour and do good deeds for them, because they think that you are the one who is providing them whatever they need
(BiharulAnwar 74-77)

During First Month

Every Thursday and Friday recite Sura-e- Ya Seen (36) and Sura -e- As Saffat.(37) and blow on your tummy. Take a sweet Apple in the morning. On Fridays before breakfast eat an Anar (pomegranate). Before sunrise eat a little Khak-e-Shifa (a little piece ofSajda Gaah or Mohr). Pray daily prays on (Fazeelat) Time and put your hand on your tummy while you are Saying Azan and Aqama.


During Second Month

Every Thursday and Friday recite Sura-e-Mulk(67). On Thursdays, while putting your hand on your tummy, recite the following Salawat 140 times. And repeat the same on Fridays for 100 times: The Salawat is as follows:

ALIA HUMMA SALIAY ALA MUHAMMADIN WAAALAY MUHAMMAD, WA AJJIL FARA JA HUM WA AHLIK ADOV WO HUM WA LAAN AADAA A HUM MlNAL JIN-E-WAL INS, MlNAL A Jf'WALEEN-A-WAL AAKHAREEN

Every Saturday, eat Meat and sweet Apples and drink Milk.

During Third Month

Every Thursday and Friday recite Sura-e- Alay Imran (3) and recite 140 times the same Salawat as mentioned in the Second month. Also before every Farz Salat, recite same Salawat while your hand is on your tummy. Every Saturday, eat Wheat, Meat and Low fat Milk and eat a little Honey in the morning.

During Fourth Month

Every Thursday and Friday, recite Sura-e-Dabar (76). Recite Sura-e-Qadr (97) in anyone Rakat of the Daily Prayers.

After each Namaz recite Sura-e-Qadr (97), Sura-e-Kausar (108) and the Salawat mentioned in the Second month while your hand is on your tummy. And then recite the following:

RUBBANA HUBLANA MIN AZWAJINA WA ZURRIYATINA AINA WA JAALNA LIL MUTAQEENA IMAMA.

Then recite Seven times ASTAGHFIR ULLAHA RABBI WA A TUBU ILAlH.

Say Slawat 140 times, after every Daily Prayer.
Eat Sweet Apple and Anar.
From the beginning of the Fourth month, try to Pray Narnz-e-Shub. If it is not possible, then do Qaza after Morning Prayers.

During Fifth Month

Every Thursday and Friday, recite Sura-e-Fath (48). And recite Sura-e-Nasr (110) in any one of the Daily Prayers. After Namaz take the Mohr (sajdagha) in your hand and rub it. Then rub your hand on your tummy.

Every morning eat some Dates (khajoor). Also eat Olive and Sweet Apples with every meal. If possible, say Azan and Aqama in the daily prayer while your hand is on your tummy.

During Sixth Month

Every Thursday and Friday, recite Sura-e-Waqiya (56). In the Salat-e- Maghrib and Isha recite Sura-e-Watteen (95) in anyone Rakat. After daily Prayers, rub Khak-e-Shifa on your hand and then rub your hand on your tummy. Eat some Fig and Olive as a part of Breakfast. Eat as little fat as possible.

During Seventh Month

Every Monday, recite Sura-e-Nahel (16). And every Thursday and Friday, recite Sura-e-Ya Seen (36) and Sura-e-Mulk (67). Recite Sura-e-Qadr (97) and Sura-e-Tawheed (112) in the Daily Prayers. Recite Salawat , 140 times, everyday. Eat a little Watermelon after every meal. But do not drink water before or after eating the Watermelon. Also eat Turnip (shalgham) at least once in this month.

During Eighth Month

After Salat ul Fajr:
Every Saturday, recite Sura-e-Qadr (97) 10 times.
Every Sunday, recite Sura-e- Watteen (95) two times.
Every Tuesday, recite Sura-e- Furqan (25).
Every Wednesday, recite Sura-e-Dahar (76).
Every Thursday, recite Sura-e-Muhammad (47).
Every Friday, recite Sura-e-Saffat (37).
Keep using Sweet Yogurt and Honey with each meal. On Fridays you must eat Sweet Anar in the breakfast. And if it is not harmful, eat a little Vinegar once, on Saturdays.

During Ninth Month

Do not eat any HOT SPICES (Garam Masalah). Eat Dates (Khajoor). And also eat Kabab.
Sacrifice a Goat for the Safety of Imam-e-Zamana (AF).
Recite Sura-e-Asr (103) and Wazariyat (51) either in Salat us Zuhr or Asr.
Recite Sura-e-Hajj (22) on Thursdays.
Recite Sura-e-Fatir (35) on Fridays.
Go for a short walk everyday.
Should not look at pictures and in the Mirror too often during this month.

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Tuesday, July 24, 2012

SIXTH RIGHT OF A MUSLIM

SIXTH RIGHT OF A MUSLIM

The sixth right and duty of a Muslim is that when his Muslim brother dies, he should attend his funeral. Death is a reality which each and every person will taste. No one will be able to escape it. If a brother of yours passes away from this mortal world today it is not a time to be happy as tomorrow it will be your turn. Therefore, when a Muslim brother or sister passes away, act upon the Sunnah and attend their funeral prayer. Performing the funeral Salah and lifting the funeral bier are both means of earning great rewards. The blessings and etiquettes of attending funerals are presented over the next few pages – read them and attempt to act upon them.

Lifting the Bier Is Sunnah
Hazrat Abu Hurairah Radiallaho Ta’ala ‘Anhu narrates that Rasool Allah (Peace be upon him) said, “The person who walks with the funeral procession and lifts the bier three times, he has fulfilled the rights of the funeral.” The author of Mishkaat states that it is reported in Sharhul Lisaana that Rasool Allah (Peace be upon him) lifted the corpse of Sa’ad bin Mu’aaz Radiallaho Ta’ala ‘Anhu on two planks of wood. (Mishkaat Shareef page 146)

Hasten the Funeral
Hazrat Abu Hurairah Radiallaho Ta’ala ‘Anhu narrates that Rasool Allah (Peace be upon him) said, “Hasten to perform the funeral because if the deceased was a pious person you are taking him towards goodness, and if he was not pious then it is a heavy burden on your shoulders that you should hasten to unload.” (Muslim Shareef)

Do Not Walk In Front of the Bier
Hazrat ‘Abdullah Ibn Mas’ood Radiallaho Ta’ala ‘Anhu narrates that Rasool Allah (Peace be upon him) said, “The funeral (bier) is a leader and not a follower and the one who walks in front of it is not with the funeral
procession.” (Abu Dawood vol 2 page 453)

Attending a Funeral – Means of Reward
Hazrat Abu Hurairah Radiallaho Ta’ala ‘Anhu narrates that Rasool Allah (Peace be upon him)  said, “The person who attends a funeral with the intention of obtaining rewards and stays for the (funeral) prayer and burial, undoubtedly he returns with two carats worth of rewards. The reward for each carat is equivalent to Mount Uhud and the person who performs the funeral prayer and leaves before the burial leaves with one carat.” (Bukhari Shareef vol 1 page 12)

Do Not Sit Before the Bier is Put Down
Hazrat Abu Sa’eed Khudri Radiallaho Ta’ala ‘Anhu narrates that Rasool Allah (Peace be upon him) said, “If you see a funeral bier then stand up and if you are walking with a funeral procession, do not sit down until the
bier has been placed on the ground.” (Muslim Shareef)

Do Not Ride on an Animal
Hazrat Thaubaan reports that we attended a funeral procession with Rasool Allah (Peace be upon him) and when Rasool Allah (Peace be upon him) saw some people riding on animals he said, “Are you not embarrassed that Allah Ta’ala’s Angels are walking and you are riding on the backs of animals?” (Tirmidhi vol 1 page 196)

Publicise the Good Deeds of the Deceased
Hazrat Ibn ‘Umar Radiallaho Ta’ala ‘Anhuma narrates that Rasool Allah (Peace be upon him) said, “Publicise the goodness and good deeds of your deceased and refrain from speaking about their bad deeds.”
(Tirmidhi vol 1 page 198)

Respected readers! The only way we can achieve success in both worlds is by following the rules of Islamic society given to us by the Beloved of Allah Ta’ala, Leader of both worlds, Prophet of Mercy Rasool Allah (Peace be upon him). Looking for success anywhere else is like looking for sweet water in a desert. Instead of looking towards western culture with yearning eyes, we should try and instil the example of Rasool Allah (Peace be upon him) in all facets of our lives, as the secret to success in both worlds is hidden in that.

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FIFTH RIGHT OF A MUSLIM

FIFTH RIGHT OF A MUSLIM

The fifth right (duty) of a Muslim is that when his Muslim brother is sick he should visit him. The Arabic word for inquiring on the health of the sick is ‘Ayaadat which means to return. Due to the fact that a person returns time and again to visit the sick it is used in that context for visiting the sick.

Visiting the sick is a very important moral duty. When a friend, relative, neighbor or any acquaintance is sick, he should be visited and comforted as this earns the Pleasure of Allah Ta’ala. Visiting and comforting the sick is also a blessed Sunnah of the Beloved Prophet (Peace be upon him).

A number of Ahadith are being presented in relation to visiting the sick – act upon them and earn immense rewards.

Visit the Sick
Hazrat Abu Musa Radiallaho Ta’ala ‘Anhu narrates that Rasool Allah (Peace be upon him) said, “Feed the poor, visit the sick and free the prisoner.” (Bukhari Shareef vol 2 page 843)

Method of Visiting the Sick
Hazrat ‘Abdullah bin ‘Umar Radiallaho Ta’ala ‘Anhuma narrates that Rasool Allah (Peace be upon him) said, “When you visit any sick person say the following, “O Allah! Grant health to this slave of Yours so that he can punish Your enemies or can walk with a funeral bier for Your Pleasure.” (Abu Dawood vol 2 page 443)

Hazrat Abu Sa’eed Khudri Radiallaho Ta’ala ‘Anhu narrates that Rasool Allah (Peace be upon him)  said, “When you visit any sick person, try and remove his grief and sadness. This will not alter his destiny (meaning death will occur at the appointed time), but it will make him feel better.” (Ibn Majah Shareef page 104)

Excellence of Visiting the Sick
Hazrat Abu Hurairah Radiallaho Ta’ala ‘Anhu narrates that Rasool Allah (Peace be upon him) said, “When a person goes to one who is sick, a caller calls out from the heavens, ‘Glad tidings for you, your journey is excellent and you have obtained a great status in Paradise.’” (Ibn Majah Shareef page 104)

Hazrat ‘Ali Radiallaho Ta’ala ‘Anhu reports that I heard Rasool Allah (Peace be upon him) say, “If a person visits a sick person in the morning, seventy thousand Angels supplicate for him until the evening. And if he  visits a sick person in the evening, seventy thousand Angels supplicate for him until the following morning. Additionally, an orchard is planted for him in Paradise.” (Tirmidhi vol 1 page 191, Abu Dawood vol 2
page 442)

A Great Method of Visiting the Sick
Hazrat Abu Hurairah Radiallaho Ta’ala ‘Anhu narrates that Rasool Allah (Peace be upon him) said, “On the Day of Judgement, Allah Ta’ala will say, ‘O son of Adam! I was sick and you did not visit Me.’ The slave will say, ‘O my Lord! You are the Lord of all the worlds, how could I visit You?’ Upon hearing this Allah Ta’ala will say, ‘Did you not know that my (such and such) slave was ill? But you did not go and visit him.
Do you know that if you would have visited him you would definitely have found Me there?” (Muslim Shareef vol 2 page 318)

Obtain Mercy by Visiting the Sick
Hazrat Jaabir Radiallaho Ta’ala ‘Anhu narrates that Rasool Allah (Peace be upon him) said, “When a person visits one who is sick, he takes a dip in the river of mercy. When he sits beside the sick person (to comfort him), he begins to bathe in that mercy.” (Masnad Imam Ahmed)

Far Away From Hell
Hazrat Anas Radiallaho Ta’ala ‘Anhu narrates that Rasool Allah (Peace be upon him) said, “If a person performs ablution well and goes (with the intention of obtaining reward) to visit one who is sick, he is moved (a distance of) seventy years away from the fire of hell.” (Abu Dawood vol 2 page 441)

Gather Inspiration from Paradise
Hazrat Thaubaan Radiallaho Ta’ala ‘Anhu narrates that Rasool Allah (Peace be upon him) said, “When a Muslim visits his sick Muslim brother, he is gathering inspiration from Paradise for as long as he is comforting his sick brother.” (Muslim Shareef vol 2 page 381)

Do Not Call Fever Evil
Hazrat Jaabir Radiallaho Ta’ala ‘Anhu narrates that one time Rasool Allah (Peace be upon him) went to Hazrat Umme Saa’ib Radiallaho Ta’ala ‘Anha and asked, “Why are you shivering?” She replied, “I have a fever, may it perish.” Upon hearing this Rasool Allah (Peace be upon him) said, “Do not call fever evil
because it cleans a person’s sins like fire cleans iron.” (Muslim Shareef vol 2 page 319)

Fulfil the Desires of the Sick

Hazrat Ibn ‘Abbas Radiallaho Ta’ala ‘Anhuma reports that Rasool Allah (Peace be upon him) went to visit a sick person and asked, “Do you desire anything?” He replied, “I want a wheat chapatti.” Upon hearing this
Rasool Allah (Peace be upon him) said, “Whichever one of you has a wheat chapatti, bring it for this brother of yours.” Then Rasool Allah (Peace be upon him) said, “When a sick person asks for something, give it to him.” (Ibn Majah page 104)

Ask the Sick to Supplicate for You
Hazrat ‘Umar bin Khattab Radiallaho Ta’ala ‘Anhu narrates that Rasool Allah (Peace be upon him) said, “When you visit a sick person, ask him to supplicate for you as his supplication (in terms of acceptance) has the same status as the supplication of Angels.” (Mishkaat page 138)

Supplicate For the Sick like This
Hazrat Ibn ‘Abbas Radiallaho Ta’ala ‘Anhuma reports that Rasool Allah (Peace be upon him) said, “If a person visits a sick person and says ‘As-alul Laahal Adheema Rabbil ‘Arshil Adheemi Ay Yash-Fiyaka’
then he will certainly be cured – unless it is the appointed time for his death.” (Abu Dawood vol 2 page 442)

There is Cure for All Illnesses
Hazrat Abu Hurairah Radiallaho Ta’ala ‘Anhu narrates that Rasool Allah (Peace be upon him) said, “Allah Ta’ala has sent a cure for every illness that He has sent.” (Bukhari Shareef vol 2 page 848)

Hazrat Jaabir Radiallaho Ta’ala ‘Anhu narrates that Rasool Allah (Peace be upon him) said, “There is cure for all illnesses and when a sick person receives the medicine he is cured (by the Will of Allah Ta’ala).” (Muslim Shareef vol 2 page 225)

Find a Cure, But...
Hazrat Abu Darda Radiallaho Ta’ala ‘Anhu narrates that Rasool Allah (Peace be upon him) said, “Allah Ta’ala has created both illnesses and cures and has appointed a cure for each and every illness. Therefore, search for a cure but not with forbidden (Haram) things.” (Abu Dawood Shareef vol 2 page 541)

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Islamic / Muslim Festivals and Holiday 2019

Islamic Events and Holiday 2019

English Date Islamic Date
We have listed the important Islamic Festivals, Holidays and Events for the year 2019 as per the calender year 2019. These muslim religious holiday can vary as per the sighting of moon and the lunar calendar.
#Urs Khawjah Gharib Nawaz, Ajmer Sharif 14 March, 2019 - Thursday 6th Rajab 1440
#Lailat-ul-Meraj #Shab-e-meraj Night of Apr 3, 2019 - Wednesday 26-Rajab-1440
#Shabe-e-Barat April 20, 2019 - Saturday 14th Sha'baan 1440
#Start of Fasting Month (#Ramadan) May 7, 2019 - Tuesday 1st Ramadan 1440
#Jummat-ul-Wida 31 May 2019 - Friday Last Friday of Ramadan 1440
#Lailat-ul-Qadr (#Shab-E-Qadr) June 1, 2019 - Saturday 27 Ramadan 1440
#Eid-ul-Fitr June 5, 2019 - Saturday 1st Shawwal 1440
#Hajj August 11, 2019 - Sunday 9th Dhul-Hijjah 1440
#Eid-ul-Adaha #Bakrid August 12, 2019 - Wednesday 10th Dhul-Hijjah 1440
#Islamic New Year September 1, 2019 - Sunday 1st Muharram 1441
#Yaum al-Ashura September 10, 2019 - Tuesday 10th Muharram 1441
#Eid Milad-un-Nabi Nov 10, 2019 - Sunday 12th Rabi-al-Awwal 1441
#Urs Haji Ali Baba Mumbai 13 December, 2019 - Friday 16 Rabi Ul Akhir 1441
714th Urs Sharif Of Hazrat Khwaaja Syed Nizamuddin Aulia Mehboob-e-elahi Rahmatullah Alayh 16 December, 2019 - Monday 19 Rabi Ul Akhir 1441