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Wednesday, February 27, 2019

Hadith on Salat, Paradise and Hazrat Abu Bakr

Hadith on Salat, Paradise and Hazrat Abu Bakr

Hadiths on Salat, Paradise and Hazrat Abu Bakr

Hadiths on Salat, Paradise and Hazrat Abu Bakr
Once The Holy Prophetﷺ said: "Whoever is among the people of prayer will be called to Paradise from the door of prayer. Whoever is among the people of jihad will be called from the door of jihad. Whoever is among the people of sadaqah will be called from the door of sadaqah. Whoever is among the people of fasting will be called from the door of Fasting." During this discousre, Hazrat Abu Bakr رضي الله عنه asked " Ya RasoolAllahﷺ, Is there anyone who will be called from all the doors of Jannah? For which Rasool e Kareemﷺ said; “Yes O Abu Bakr, and I hope that you will be amongst them.”

Some pearls from this Hadees.

1. Syyiduna Abu Bakr Siddeeq رضي الله عنه was given the glad tidings of Paradise by The Holy Prophetﷺ in this world, thus knowing the destiny of Hazrat Abu Bakr Siddeeq رضي الله عنه 

2. All the doors of Jannah do recognize and love those Noble people.

3. Hazrat Abu Bakr Siddeeq رضي الله عنه believed that ALLAH has bestowed His Habeeb ﷺ the knowledge all the people and their final abodes.

4. Even the wishes and the nature of the voice of the Doors of Paradise are apparent to Nabi e Kareemﷺ.

5. Sahaba of Nabi e Kareemﷺ didn’t object on the question of Hazrat Abu Bakr Siddeeq رضي الله عنه thus having the same belief on the Ilm ul Ghayb of Nabi e Kareem ﷺ.

6. By recording this Hadees, Imam Bukhari and other Masters of Hadees too agree on Ilm ul Ghayb of Nabi e Kareemﷺ

7. Those who deny the above facts are away from the Path of Sahaba and of Awliya, thus away from the essence of Imaan.

May ALLAH protect our Imaan by the Waseelah of Sayyiduna Abu Bakr Siddeeq رضي الله عنه

22 Sacred Hadtihs narrated by Sayyiduna Abu Bakr as-Siddiq (Radi Allahu Anhu)

22 Sacred Hadtihs narrated by Sayyiduna Abu Bakr as-Siddiq (Radi Allahu Anhu)

22 Sacred Hadtihs narrated by Sayyiduna Abu Bakr as-Siddiq (Radi Allahu Anhu)

Imam Abu Zakariya Yahya ibn Sharaf al-Nawawi (Alayhir Rahmah) said in his Tahzib: “Sayyiduna Abu Bakr as-Siddiq (Radi Allahu Anhu) related one hundred and forty-two (142) Ahadith. The reason for the small number of his narrations given the precedence of his companionship and his staying close to the Prophet (SallAllahu Alayhi wa Sallam) was that he passed away before the spread of hadith and the concern of the followers for listening to them, acquiring them and memorising them.”

Twenty-two (22) of his narrated Ahadith are presented here with respect to the date of His departure from this mundane world i.e. 22nd Jumad al-Akhir. Read, try to memorize and share!

1. The swindler, the stingy person, and the one who discloses his favors will not enter the Jannah. [Jami’ Tirmidhi, Vol. 5, Page 388, Hadith 1970]

2. Whosoever harms a believer or plots against him is cursed. [Jami’ Tirmidhi, Vol. 3, Page 378, Hadith 1948]

3. The siwak (miswak) cleans the mouth and pleases Allah. [Musnad Ahmad, Vol. 1, Page 186, Hadith 7]

4. There is no man who commits a sin then he performs ablution and does it well, then he prays two Rak’ah, and seeks the forgiveness of Allah, but Allah will forgive him. [Musnad Ahmad, Vol. 1, Page 179, Hadith 2]

5. Whosoever forges a lie against me intentionally or rejects something I have ordered then let him take up his abode in hell-fire. [Mu’jam al-Awsat, Vol. 2, Page 149, Hadith 2838] 

6. Whosoever’s feet become dusty in the way of Allah, Allah will forbid them from (entering) the Fire. [Musnad al-Bazzar, Vol. 1, Page 77, Hadith 22] 

7. If the people of the paradise had traded, they would have traded in cloth. [Musnad Abi Ya’la, Vol. 1, Page 104, Hadith 111]

8. Sayyiduna Musa (Alayhis Salam) asked Allah Almighty, “What is the recompense for whosoever consoles a mother bereaved of her child?” Allah Almighty said, “I will grant him the shade of my mercy when there will be no other shade.” [Kanz al-Ummal, Vol. 8, Page 277, Hadith 42606]

9. Do not neglect to seek refuge from the shaytan, for if you do not see him, he is not unaware of you. [Musnad al-Firdous, Vol. 5, Page 47, Hadith 7414]

10. Whosoever records some knowledge or a hadith from me, reward will not cease being recorded for him as long as that knowledge or hadith remains. [Kanz al-Ummal, Vol. 5, Page 79, Hadith 28947]

11.  People will not abandon jihad but that Allah will envelop them in punishment. [Mu’jam al-Awsat, Vol. 4, Page 184, Hadith 3839]

12. Whosoever would like that Allah grant him protection from the boiling of Jahannam, and that He may place him under the shade of His divine mercy, then let him not be tough on the believers, and let him be compassionate to them. [Shu’ab al-Iman, Vol. 7, Page 538, Hadith 11260]

13. No Prophet has ever tasted death until a man of his ummah led him in prayer. [Musnad al-Bazzar, Vol. 1, Page 55, Hadith 3]

14. Allah has not made a prophet taste death except at the location in which He would love to be buried. [Jami’ Tirmidhi, Vol. 2, Page 329, Hadith 1018] 

15. Whoever rises in the morning intending obedience towards Allah, Allah will record for him the reward of his day even if he disobeys Him. [Musnad al-Firdous, Vol. 3, Page 566, Hadith 5773] 

16. Protect yourselves from the Fire even if it were with (giving) the half of a date, because it straightens that which is crooked, repels an evil death, and it stands with the hungry one in its stead with the satiated one. [Musnad Abi Ya’la, Vol. 1, Page 86, Hadith 85]

17. The space between my house and the Minbar (pulpit) is an orchard from amongst the orchards of Paradise and my minbar is upon one of the fountains of the Jannah. [Musnad Abi Ya’la, Vol. 1, Page 109. Hadith 118]

18. We (Prophets) are not inherited from; that which we leave is a Sadaqah. [Sahih Bukhari, Vol. 4, Page 79, Hadith 3093] 

19. There is nothing in the body which does not complain of the sharpness of the tongue. [Musnad Abi Ya’la, Vol. 1, Page 17, Hadith 5]

20. Increase in sending blessings (Salawat) upon me, for Allah has appointed for my grave an angel; so that when a man of my ummah sends blessings, that angel will say to me, “So-and-so the son of so-and-so has this very hour sent blessings upon you.” [Musnad al-Firdous, Vol. 1, Page 494, Hadith 2181] 

21. The heat of Jahannam will only be for my ummah like the heat of the hot baths. [Mu’jam al-Awsat, Vol. 6, Page 354, Hadith 6603] 

22. Surah Yasin is called the one which encompasses people generally in its goodness, which feeds and provides the means of living. [Shu’ab al-Iman, Vol. 4, Page 96, Hadith 2237]

Sunday, February 24, 2019

Dua to be read after every Salat or Namaz

Dua to be read after every Salat or Namaz

Dua after every Salat / Prayer (Remembrance of Allah)

Always remember Allah Taa'ala, specially after Namaz. Do Dua for yourself, for parents, your dear and near ones and the Ummah. Thank him for everything he has provided you and ask him to make you pray in proper sunnat manners.

اللَّهُمَّ أَعِنِّيْ عَلَى ذِكْرِكَ وَشُكْرِكَ وَحُسْنِ عِبَادَتِكَ 

Allahumma a`inni ala zikrika, wa shukrika, wa husni ibadatika


O Allah, help me remember You, to thank you, and to worship you in the best manner


[Sahih Ahmad 5:245, Sahih Abu Dawood 2:86, An-Nasa'i]

HADITH

Narrated by Hazrat Mu`adh ibn Jabal Radi Allahu Anhu

The Messenger of Allah Muhammad Sallalahu Alaihi Wa Sallam took hold of my hand and said, "O Mu`adh! By Allah I love you.”  Mu’adh responded, “May my father and mother be sacrificed for you, O Messenger of Allah Sallalahu Alaihi Wa Sallam; I love you too.”

Then the Prophet Sallalahu Alaihi Wa Sallam said, ”I advise you, o Mu’adh to never forget to recite after every prayer 
Allahumma a`inni ala zikrika, wa shukrika wa husni ibadatika.
(O Allah help me remember you, to be grateful to you and to worship you in the most excellent manner.)

In Another Hadith, Its Mentioned

Hazrat Mu`adh ibn Jabal Radi Allahu Anhu reported:

The Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) took hold of my hand and said, "O Mu'adh! By Allah I love you, so I advise you to never forget to recite after every prayer: 

"Allahumma a'inni ala dhikrika, wa shukrika, wa husni 'ibadatika 

(O Allah, help me remember You, to be grateful to You, and to worship You in an excellent manner)."

(Related by Ahmad, Abu Dawud, an-Nasa’i, Ibn Khuzaimah, Ibn Hibban and al-Hakim)

Dua after every Salat / Prayer (Remembrance of Allah)



Wednesday, February 13, 2019

Waseelah (mediation) of Nabi e Kareem ﷺ in Dua after His leaving this world.

Waseelah (mediation) of Nabi e Kareem ﷺ in Dua after His leaving this world.

References of 37 Scholars available including lmam Bayhaqi, Imam Nasafi, Ibn Qudamah, Imam Nawawi, Hafiz Ibn Kathir, Imam Haytami, Ibn Asaakir, Imam Suyuti)

Hazrat Utbi Radiyallahu Anhu said: "As I was sitting by the grave of the Prophet ﷺ , a Bedouin Arab came and said: "Peace be upon you, O Messenger of Allah ﷺ! I have heard Allah saying:

[Nisa 4:64] And We did not send any Noble Messenger except that he be obeyed by Allah’s command; and if they, when they have wronged their own souls, come humbly to you (O dear Prophet Mohammed ﷺ) and seek forgiveness from Allah, and the Noble Messenger intercedes for them, they will certainly find Allah as the Most Acceptor Of Repentance, the Most Merciful.

Then he recited these verses:

O, the most exalted among the buried people ﷺ who improved the worth of the plains and the hillocks! May I sacrifice my life for this grave which is made radiant by You ﷺ, the One who is (an embodiment) of mercy and forgiveness.

Then the bedouin went away and I fell asleep. In my dream I saw the Holy Prophet ﷺ He said to me: O ‘Utbi, the bedouin is right, go and give him the good news that Allah has forgiven his sins.

This proves that no Pious Predecessor rejected Waseelah in Duas, thus it is proven that those who deny are the Fitna makers in the Ummah

- By Hafiz Ehsan Qadri
Makhdoom Shah Dargah Urs 2019 - Photo Gallery

Makhdoom Shah Dargah Urs 2019 - Photo Gallery

Makhdoom Shah Dargah Urs 2019 - Photo Gallery

606th Urs Mubarak Of Qutub E Konkan Hazrat Makhdoom Faqih Ali Mahimi Rahmatullah Allahi is on 6th of Jamadil Akhir at Makhdoom Shah Baba Dargah Mahim , Mumbai South.
Sharing with you all Hazrat Makhdoom Shah Baba Mahimi Rahmatullah Allaihi Urs Latest Urs Photos


Makhdoom Shah Dargah Urs 2019 - Photo Gallery

Makhdoom Shah Dargah Urs 2019 - Photo Gallery

Makhdoom Shah Dargah Urs 2019 - Photo Gallery

Makhdoom Shah Dargah Urs 2019 - Photo Gallery

Makhdoom Shah Dargah Urs 2019 - Photo Gallery

Makhdoom Shah Dargah Urs 2019 - Photo Gallery
Makhdoom Shah Dargah Photo

Makhdoom Shah Dargah Urs 2019 - Photo Gallery

Makhdoom Shah Dargah Urs 2019 - Photo Gallery

Makhdoom Shah Dargah Urs 2019 - Photo Gallery

Makhdoom Shah Dargah Urs 2019 - Photo Gallery

Makhdoom Shah Dargah Urs 2019 - Photo Gallery

Makhdoom Shah Gate Entry

Makhdoom Shah Dargah Urs 2019 - Photo Gallery

Makhdoom Shah Dargah Urs 2019 - Photo Gallery

Makhdoom Shah Dargah Urs 2019 - Photo Gallery

Makhdoom Shah Dargah Urs 2019 - Photo Gallery

Makhdoom Shah Dargah Urs 2019 - Photo Gallery

Makhdoom Shah Dargah Urs 2019 - Photo Gallery

Makhdoom Shah Dargah Urs 2019 - Photo Gallery


Life History of Hazrat Makhdum Fakih Ali Mahimi (R.A.)

Hazrat Makhdum Ali Mahimi ( 1372 to 1431 A.D ) was a great saint and scholar of international repute. He lived during the time of the Tuglaq dynasty and that of Sultan Ahmed Shah of Gujarat, and was married to Sultan sister.

Hazrat Makhdum Ali Mahimi is rightly called "Qutb-E-Kokan" as he lived in Mahim, a well known town on the Western Coast of Konkan. He was a Scholar & Sufi of Par Excellence. As a Sufi and Scholar he was contemporary of Shaikh Mohiuddin Arabi of Spain, and his disciple Abdul Kareem Aljili author of " Insan-E-Kamil".

Incidences of his life and miracles attributed to him are many. He is honored by taking lessons from Hazrat Khawaja Khizar Hayat-un-Nabi (Alais-salaam), who also taught to Hazrat Moosa Alaihis-salaam. Hazrat Khawaja Khizar Hayat-un-Nabi (Alais-salaam), Chilla is registered under the Wakf board bearing no. MSBW 37/2007 Dated:16/4/2007

Hazrat Makhdum Ali Mahimi was the first commentator of the Holy Quran in India. His commentary is known throughout the World and is called "Tafsirur Rahman." It is Unique among all the commentary of QURAN known to Scholars. In one of his books he discusses Philosophy of Time and Space.


Friday, February 8, 2019

Collections of Hazrat Makhdoom Shah Baba Urs Mubarak Messages, Quotes with Pictures

Collections of Hazrat Makhdoom Shah Baba Urs Mubarak Messages, Quotes with Pictures

Collections of Hazrat Makhdoom Shah Baba Urs Mubarak Messages, Picture gallery, Wallpapers, Inspirational Quotes By Hazrat Makhdoom Fakih Ali Mahimi, Hazrat Makhdoom Fakih Ali Mahimi Manqabats with Lyrics, SMS, Tweets and Facebook Messages, Naat Sharif Lyrics

Name: Hazrat Makhdum Fakih Ali Mahimi
Title: Qutb-E-Kokan
Predecessor: Hazrat Muhiyuddin ibne Arabi (رحمتہ اللہ علیہ)
Date of Birth: 10th - Muharram – 776 Hijri (1372 A.D.)
Date of Wisaal: 8th Jumada al-Ukhra
Date of Urs: 8th Jamadi-al-Awwal

Resting place: Mahim, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India

Mere Makhdum Shah Baba Ka Darbar-E-Aali Hai
Isi Darbar Aali Ka Jamana Bhi Sawali Hai
Hazaro Ne Yaha Bigadi Hui Kismat Banali Hai
Karam Humpe Bhi Ho Jaye Humari Jholi Khali Hai

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Rahnuma Ho Tumhi Raho Ke Badshah Ho Tumhi Shaho Ke
Tum Pe Meri Ye Jaan Saj Ke Ho Jaan Kya Ye Do Jaha Saj Ke 
Besaharo Ke Tum Sahare Ho Sab Ye Kahte Hai Tum Hamare Ho
Sandal Kar Le Na Kabul O Baba Bhul Ke Hamari Bhul

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Aap Ke Dar Se Hum Kidhar Jaye 
Har Taraf Gum Hi Gum Kidhar Jaye
Hai Musibat Me Hum Diwane
Maaf Karna Mere Guhnaho Ko 
Pher Lena Na Tum Nigaho Ko
Sandal Kar Le Na Kabul O Baba 
Bhul Ke Hamari Bhul

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Hain Yeh Badi Shaan Ka Darbar Faqih Makhdoom,
Hain Yeh Jalwa Gah E Anwaar Faqih Makhdoom,
Saal E Tamir Likhun Iska Masi E Lutf,
Nur E Manzil Dar E Sarkar Faqih Makhdoom"!!!
Mere Makhdoom Ali Haqq Ke Pyare Wali,
Inki Shaan E Wilayat Pe Lakhoon Salaam!

Faizan E Makhdoom Ali Mahimi Zindabad!!

Makhdoom Shah Baba Urs Mubarak Messages

Makhdoom Shah Baba Urs Mubarak Messages

Makhdoom Shah Baba Urs Mubarak Messages











Thursday, February 7, 2019

Mahim Dargah Urs 2019 - 606th Hazrat Makhdoom Shah Urs Mubarak

Mahim Dargah Urs 2019 - 606th Hazrat Makhdoom Shah Urs Mubarak

Mahim Urs 2019 - 606th Hazrat Makhdoom Shah Urs Mubarak

The details of 606th Urs of Hazrat Makhdoom Fakih Ali Mahimi, at Mahim, Mumbai, India.

Urs Mubarak Of Qutub E Konkan Hazrat Makhdoom Faqih Ali Mahimi Rahmatullah Allahi 
at Makhdoom Shah Baba Dargah Mahim , Mumbai South




12th Feb 2019 Tuesday


5:00 pm        National Tricolour Flag and Mahim Dargah Flag Hoisting
10.30 pm to 1.30 am Ziyarat of AsthanaSharif

13th Feb 2019 Wednesday


6.40 pm  Magrib Nagara

7.00 pm Quran Khawani at Hujra


8.30 pm to 10.30 pm         Qul Sharif at Hujra


10.00 pm to 11.20 pm Sandal Procession


10.30 pm to 11.30 pm Naat Sharif at Hujra


11.00 pm Langar at Mahim Memon Hall


11.30 pm to 12.00 am Fatiha , Dua and Nagara


12.10 am Mehfil Qawali at Mahim Memon Hall





Mahim Urs 2019 - 606th Hazrat Makhdoom Shah Urs Mubarak

Hazrat Makhdum Fakih Ali Mahimi (R.A.)

Hazrat Makhdum Ali Mahimi ( 1372 to 1431 A.D ) was a great saint and scholar of international repute. He lived during the time of the Tuglaq dynasty and that of Sultan Ahmed Shah of Gujarat, and was married to Sultan sister.


Hazrat Makhdum Ali Mahimi is rightly called "Qutb-E-Kokan" as he lived in Mahim, a well known town on the Western Coast of Konkan. He was a Scholar & Sufi of Par Excellence. As a Sufi and Scholar he was contemporary of Shaikh Mohiuddin Arabi of Spain, and his disciple Abdul Kareem Aljili author of " Insan-E-Kamil".

Incidences of his life and miracles attributed to him are many. He is honored by taking lessons from Hazrat Khawaja Khizar Hayat-un-Nabi (Alais-salaam), who also taught to Hazrat Moosa Alaihis-salaam. Hazrat Khawaja Khizar Hayat-un-Nabi (Alais-salaam), Chilla is registered under the Wakf board bearing no. MSBW 37/2007 Dated:16/4/2007


Hazrat Makhdum Ali Mahimi was the first commentator of the Holy Quran in India. His commentary is known throughout the World and is called "Tafsirur Rahman." It is Unique among all the commentary of QURAN known to Scholars. In one of his books he discusses Philosophy of Time and Space.

Hain Yeh Badi Shaan Ka Darbar Faqih Makhdoom,
Hain Yeh Jalwa Gah E Anwaar Faqih Makhdoom,
Saal E Tamir Likhun Iska Masi E Lutf,
Nur E Manzil Dar E Sarkar Faqih Makhdoom"!!!
Mere Makhdoom Ali Haqq Ke Pyare Wali,
Inki Shaan E Wilayat Pe Lakhoon Salaam!
Faizan E Makhdoom Ali Mahimi Zindabad!!

Mahim Dargah Urs Mubarak greeting message

Mahim Dargah Urs Mubarak greeting message

Mahim Dargah Urs Mubarak greeting message


Tuesday, February 5, 2019

HOW MANY ANGELS ARE IN EXISTENCE?

HOW MANY ANGELS ARE IN EXISTENCE?

HOW MANY ANGELS ARE IN EXISTENCE?

HOW MANY ANGELS ARE IN EXISTENCE?

There is an Angel named Rooh, who has seventy thousand heads, Each head has seventy thousand faces, and face contains seventy thousand mouths. Each mouth is made up of seventy thousand tongues and each tongue is blessed with seventy thousand languages. 

(Imam Badruddin Mahmood Ai’nee RadiyAllah Anhu in his book Umdatul Qaari Sharah Sahi-ul-Bukhari, Tafseer Al Kabeer, Tafseer Ibn Kathir, Tafseer Qurtubi, Tafseer Durrul Mansur, Bayhaqi)

“By means of these languages, this Angel is constantly reciting the Tasbeeh of Almighty Allah From each Tasbeeh, one Angel is being Created. This angel soars into the Heavens with the rest of the three Angels until the Day of Judgment”. (i.e. the number of different languages in which the Angels Glorify Almighty Allah will be 1 680 700 000 000 000 000 000 000) All Praise is due to Almighty Allah Who is Infinite and so are His Attributes and Glory!

Source : The Creation of Angels by Ala Hazrat Imam Ahmad Raza رحمت الله عليه
Waseelah through the remnants of The Prophets of Allah

Waseelah through the remnants of The Prophets of Allah

Waseelah through the remnants of The Prophets of Allah

Waseelah through the remnants of The Prophets of Allah
[Baqarah 2:248] And their Prophet said to them, "Indeed the sign of his kingdom will be the coming of a (wooden) box to you, in which from your Lord is the contentment of hearts and containing some souvenirs (remnants) left behind by the honourable Moosa and the honourable Haroon (Aaron), borne by the angels; indeed in it is a great sign for you if you are believers."

Summary of The Tafsir of the above Verse;

The wooden box was three yards long and two yards wide. It was bestowed by Allah to Hazrat Adam. It contained the natural photographs of several prophets and it had been passed on from one Prophet to another until it reached Prophet Moses . 

It remained with Bani Israel at which time it also contained the staff and sandals of Hazrath Musa Alaihissalam, the staff and turban of Hazrath Haroon Alaihissalam , and some pieces of the Tablet (of Torah). At the time of battle, the Bani Israel used to place this wooden box in front and by its blessings Allah used to grant them victory. 

And whenever Bani Israel had some need, they used to place it in front of them and supplicate to Allah, and their need used to be fulfilled. Later on when Bani Israel fell into sin, Allah imposed upon them another nation called Amalikah, who abused them and took the wooden box away from them. 

The Amalikah placed this sacred box in a filthy place. This defilement brought Allah’s wrath upon them, destroying several of their towns. An old woman from Bani Israel who was with them, advised them to banish the wooden box. The Amalikah tied two rowdy bullocks to a cart and placing the wooden box on it released it into the open country. The angels brought the bullock cart to the new king of Bani Israel (Taalut). 

When the box reached them, Allah granted them victory. This had been foretold to them by their Prophet Shamweel عليه السلام according to the above verse.

Saturday, February 2, 2019

Manqabat - Tera Naam Khwaja Moinuddin English and Hindi Lyrics

Manqabat - Tera Naam Khwaja Moinuddin English and Hindi Lyrics

Manqabat E Khwaja Gareeb Nawaz - Tera Naam Khwaja Moinuddin Lyrics

English Transliteration 

Tera Naam Khwaja Moinuddin
Tu Rasool E Paak Ki Aal Hai
Teri Shaan Khawaj E Khwajgan
Tujhe Bekaso Ka Khayaal Hai

Mera Bigda Waqt Sawar Do
Mere Khwaja Mujhko Nawaz Do
Teri Ek Nigaah Ki Baat Hai
Meri Zindagi Ka Sawal Hai

Main Ghada E Khwaja E Chist Hu
Mujhe Is Ghadai Pe Naaz Hai
Mera Naaz Khwaja Pe Kyun Na Ho
Mera Khwaja Banda Nawaaz Hai

Mera Khwaja Ataa E Rasool Hai
Woh Bahaar E Chisht Ka Phool Hai
Woh Bahar E Gulshan E Fatima
Chaman E Ali Ka Nihaal Hai

Yaha Bheek Milti Hai Be Guma
Yeh Bade Sakhi Ka Hai Aastan
Yaha Sab Ki Bharti Hai Jholiya
Yeh Dar E Garib Nawaz Hai

Manqabat E Khwaja Gareeb Nawaz - Tera Naam Khwaja Moinuddin Lyrics

In Hindi 

तेरा नाम ख्वाजा मोइनुद्दीन
तू रसूल ए पाके की आल  है
तेरी शान ख्वाज ई ख्वाजगन
तुझे बेकासो का ख्याल है

मेरा बिगडा वक़्त सावर दो
मेरे ख्वाजा मुजको नवाज दो
तेरी एक निगाह की बात है
मेरी जिंदगी का सांवल है

मैं गदा ई ख्वाजा ई चिस्त हूँ 
मुजे इज़ ग़दाई पे नाज़ है
मेरा नाज़ ख्वाजा पे क्यूँ ना हो
मेरा ख्वाजा बंदा नवाज है

मेरा ख्वाजा अता ई रसूल है
वो बहार ई चिस्त का फूल है
वो बहार ई गुलशन ई फातिमा
चमन ई अली का निहाल है

याह भीक मिलति है बे गमा
ये बडे सखी का है आस्तान
याह सब की भारती है झोलिया
ये दर ई ग़रीब नवाज़ है

Friday, January 25, 2019

Special Dua taught by Holy Prophet to a Blind Sahabi

Special Dua taught by Holy Prophet to a Blind Sahabi

Special Dua taught by Holy Prophet to a Blind Sahabi

The Holy Prophet ﷺ taught a special Dua to a blind Sahabi and to recite the dua after every Namaz

On the authority of Hazrat Usman bin Hunaif (RadiyAllahu Anhu), that a Sahabi who was blind by birth was taught a special Du'a by the Holy Prophet ﷺ,  O Allah, I ask from you, and turn towards you through the Waseela of Your Nabi Muhammad ﷺ who is indeed a Prophet of Mercy. O Rasool of Allah ﷺ, with your Waseela (Medium) I turn towards Allah for my need so that it may be bestowed. O Allah, accept the Prophet's intercession for me.

Below is the dua
Allahumma Inni As Aluka Wa Ata Wajjahu Ilaika Binabiyika Muhammadin Nabiyyir rahmati Ya Muhammadu Inni Ata Wajjahu Bika ila Rabbi Fi Haajati haazihi lituqda li. Allahumma Fashaf'fi'u Fiya




References:
(Imam Ahmad in Musnad Ahmad, Tirmizi in Kita bud Da’awaat, , Ibn Majah in Iqaamat us Salah, Imam Haakim in Al Mustadrak at 5 places, Imam Tabarani in Mu’jam Al Kabeer and in Mu’jam As Sagheer, Ibn Khuzaymah).
Status of Martyrs in Islam - इस्लाम में शहीद का मर्तबा

Status of Martyrs in Islam - इस्लाम में शहीद का मर्तबा

Status of Martyrs in Islam - इस्लाम में शहीद का मर्तबा

How fortunate are those for having tasted the death with the remembrance of Nabi e Kareem ﷺ and that too on the most exalted day.


And how unfortunate are those for making themselves eligible for Hell fire by killing the Muslims and that too during the remembrance of the One (ﷺ) whose Kalima has to be recited in order to be called a Muslim.

Surah Nisa : 93



And whoever slays a Muslim on purpose, his reward will be hell – to remain in it for ages – and Allah has wreaked wrath upon him and has cursed him and kept prepared a terrible punishment for him

May ALLAH TA’ALA elevate the status of those Martys

नबी ई करीम ﷺ की याद में मौत का स्वाद चखने वाले वे कितने भाग्यशाली हैं और वह भी सबसे ऊंचे दिन। और मुसलमानों को मारकर खुद को नर्क की आग का पात्र बनाने वाले कितने दुर्भाग्यपूर्ण हैं और वह भी उस एक (One) की याद में जिसकी कालिमा को मुस्लिम कहलाने के लिए सुनाना पड़ता है।

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और जो कोई भी उद्देश्य से एक मुसलमान को मारता है, उसका इनाम नरक होगा - उम्र के लिए इसमें बने रहने के लिए - और अल्लाह ने उस पर क्रोध किया है और उसे शाप दिया है और उसके लिए एक भयानक सजा तैयार रखी है


What is (Haiz) or menstruation - Frequently Asked Questions

What is (Haiz) or menstruation - Frequently Asked Questions

Q1. What is (Haiz) or menstruation?

A1. When a female becomes a teenager, the blood that comes out from her private part (vagina) on a fixed time basis is known as menstruation or period (Haiz). A menstruating woman is not considered dirty or sinful, as is the case in some other religions and cultures. It is natural and normal for every girl from about nine to sixteen years of age to start menstruating. Another word for menstruation is “period”. A female usually has a period every 28 days (once a month), but this cycle often varies from about 25 to 35 days, women have different patterns. A menstrual period usually lasts between three and six days, but may be a day or two longer. When one starts having periods they are often rather irregular. One may have one and then not have another for a few months. After a while they will probably settle down. Use a diary to mark down the days when one has one’s period over the next six months and one may begin to see a pattern. A female should be able to work out the average length of time between periods, which will help her to know when to expect them. Once a female starts menstruating she is physically capable of having a baby. The cycle is repeated over and over again until about 54 years of age.

Q2. At what age does menstruation begin?
A2. Menstruation or period begins when you are at least nine years old. It ends when a woman is about fifty-five years old.

Q3. What happens just before a period?
A3. You may feel tense and irritable just before a period. Some girls feel tired and are unable to concentrate. Some feel weepy and depressed. Some girls get angry. It is normal to feel tired or even dizzy when your period is just starting or is at its heaviest. This is known as “PMS” or “Pre-menstrual syndrome”.

Q4. Are you sick when you have a period?
A4. Definitely not. It is normal for all females to have them. Some girls get abdominal cramps, or a headache, or feel a little bloated at the beginning of a period, but this is perfectly normal and will disappear in a day or two. Period pains can be worse if you are worried and tense. Some girls try to hold on to the blood flow because they are worried about soiling their clothes.

Q5. How can you prevent your clothes from getting soiled when you have your periods?
A5. There are special soft, absorbent pads (sanitary towels), which fit on the inside of your panties, called sanitary pads. They absorb the blood. You can also use tampons, which are inserted into the vagina. If your blood flow is very heavy, you may find that a little blood leaks around the edges, so it can help to wear darker colored pants, which won’t show the blood. Sometimes you will need to change your pads two or three times a day, but if it is heavy you will have to change every couple of hours.

Q6. What can you do if you have period pains?
A6. The best thing to do is relax, preferably in a warm place. If you are at home, curling up under the duvet with a hot water bottle and relaxing for a while can help. Some schools have a sick room to sit in or you can take a painkiller to help you relax.

Q7. What are the colors of menstruation?
A7. A period generally begins and ends with a slight, brownish discharge. In between, the blood becomes redder and the flow heavier. There are six colors of menstruation: black, red, green, yellow, brown and clayey. The white discharge is not menstruation.

Q8. How long does menstruation last?
A8. The time period for menstruation is at least three days and three nights, meaning a full seventy-two hours. The maximum is ten days and ten nights. Periods generally start light and are heavier for just a couple of days.

Q9. What is (Istihaza)?
A9. (Istihaza) is the blood that is discharged due to some illness.

Q10. If the blood is discharged before the age of nine years, is it regarded as Haiz or not?
A10. No. It is called Istihaza.

Q11. What happens if the blood stops just less than seventy-two hours?
A11. Then, it is not a period but Istihaza.

Q12. What happens if the blood flows for more than ten days?
A12. If this is the first instance that blood is discharged, then for the ten days it is regarded as menstruation and the rest it is Istihaza.

Q13. What happens in a case if the usual time for menstruation is five days, but the blood is discharged for ten days? Would all these days be regarded as menstruation or not?
A13. All the days are recognized as menstruation.

Q14. What happens in a case if the usual time for menstruation is five days, but the blood is discharged for twelve days? Would all these days be regarded as menstruation or not?
A14. The first five days is menstruation and the other seven is Istihaza.

Q15. What happens if there is no regular pattern in the menstrual cycle, for example, sometimes the blood is discharged for four days and sometimes for five days?
A15. Whatever amount of days was the last period, this will be counted on this occasion. It is not necessary that blood continue to be discharged all the time. If it starts and stops it is still recognized as menstruation.

Q16. Can you miss your period?
A16. Yes. You can also miss your period if you lose a lot of weight, are very stressed (for example, before exams), when traveling or during a family crisis, or if you are regularly involved in strenuous physical activity (for example, if you are an athlete) or hardworking.

Q17. What must you do with the pads that you used?
A17. You must dispose of it immediately and not store it under the bed or in the cupboard. Wrap them up well in paper and put them in the nearest bin. Only flush pads in the toilet as a last resort. Try to avoid this as it can clog the system.

Q18. What other changes take place in a girl’s body?
A18. In the year or two before your periods start, you will have become aware of changes in your body. You will become more aware of your body. At the start of puberty, a girl often starts to grow very suddenly, both in height and weight. Her face becomes fuller, and her voice a little lower. Her breasts start to develop and pubic and underarm hair starts to grow. She will find that she perspires much more than she used to. If you are having any worries about periods or changes that are happening to your body, it helps if there is someone to talk to. Talk to your mother, an older sister, aunt or madressa teacher. You should not be ashamed or embarrassed to consult with them.

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