April 29, 2011

Aye Khuda --Meray ALLAH--DuA

Kusha Woh Din Haram-E-Pak

Why Marriage

In islam unlike other religions like christianism , marriage is requested , RASSUL ALLAH SALLA ALLAHU ALEIHI W SALLAM said " there is no celibacy in islam" n there is hadith when 3 men decided to serve ALLAH , ne of them decided not to marry so RASSUL ALLAH SALLA ALLAH ALEIHI W SALLAM said that he married n those who refused this r not from him .
if w consider marriage in its religious context , ALLAH subhanahu w taala created male n female to b close n to populate earth n achieve ALLAH's message . n HE SUBHANAHU W TAALA made it as a sign of HIM " we min ayaatihi"
in behaviour context , marriage is a protection from bad evils in society .it's to do what ALLAH created in us in its legal way as sis aya mentionned , JAAZAHA ALLAH khairan .
marriage , in its social context , is a contract to build a family which is the first condition for a survival of societies  n it's a way to create new relation between families .
in emotional side , it's a desire of both n woman to live togethr , to build a family , to share life together .
some pp see it as a traditional , old habit n w know what happened ion some societies of free cohabitation n single mothers but all these matters have so bad impact on relations n on societies too .
if someone not then we can only be amazed because its badly needed  in this era..
in a hidith our beloved prophet MUHAMMAD p.b.u.h says that those who can marry should marry and those who cant should fast as fasting abstain from sexual activities..
and one can raise new generation ,build new relations with other families,fulfill sexual desires without marriage but we have seen these societies who do so..they hav no social system,taking sleeping pills very common,psychological disorders a lot and rape cases a lot..
so OUR CREATOR knows the best way for us..

And one more thing ....before u get married...plz read an authentic book which tells u about "Biwi kay hukook" if ur a man...and if ur a women read "hokar kay hukook" taakay aap apnay husband ya wife pay koi zulm ka karain...kuinki Allah paak is not in the least zaalim....aur woh zulm karnay waloon ko pasand nahin karta....aur jispar zulm hota hai uskay aur Allah kay beech koi deewar nahin hoti....agar uskay dil say koi aah nikli...toa woh zulm karnay waalay ko zaroor lagti hai....thats a guarantee from Allah....so dont do anything to anger him....cuz agar woh badla laynay pay aayega...toa saatoon zameen aur aasmaan ki taakat  milkar bhi us shaks ko bacha nahin sakti....i know two publication houses which are authentic....but u should always check khud say...ek hai" Darussalam publication " aur ek hai "International Islamic Publication House "....koi bhi help chahiye feel free..humko khushi hogi if Allah paak chooses me as the zariya to help someone...jazakallah hu khairan.....assalam-o-alaikum warahmatullah hi wabarakatuhu....chow chow !!! ::smile

100 Questions on The Quraan

1) What is the meaning of the word ‘Qur’an’?

A) That which is Read.

2) Where was the Qur’an revealed first?

A) In the cave of Hira (Makkah)

3) On which night was the Qur’an first revealed?

A) Lailatul-Qadr (Night of the Power)

4) Who revealed the Qur’an?

A) Allah revealed the Qur’an

5) Through whom was the Qur’an revealed?

A) Through Angel Jibraeel (Alaihis-Salaam)

6) To whom was the Qur’an revealed?

A) To the last Prophet, Muhammed (Sallahu Alaihi Wasallam)

7) Who took the responsibility of keeping the Qur’an safe?

A) Allah himself

 8) What are the conditions for holding or touching the Qur’an?

A) One has to be clean and to be with wudhu (ablution)

9) Which is the book which is read most?

A) The Qur’an

10) What is the topic of the Qur’an?

A) Man

11) What are the other names of the Qur’an according to the Qur’an itself?

A) A l-Furqaan, Al-Kitaab, Al-Zikr, Al-Noor,Al-Huda

12) How many Makki Surahs (chapters) are there in the Qur’an?

A) 86

13) How many Madani Surahs (chapters) are there in the Qur’an?

A) 28

14) How many Manzils (stages) are there in the Qur’an?

A) 7

15) How many Paara or Juz (parts) are there in the Qur’an?

A) 30

16) How many Surahs (chapters) are there in the Qur’an?

A) 114

17) How many Rukoo (paragraphs) are there in the Qur’an?

A) 540

18) How many Aayaath (verses) are there in the Qur’an?

A) 6666

19) How many times is the word ‘Allah’ repeated in the Qur’an?

A) 2698

20) How many different types of Aayaath (verses) are there in the Qur’an?

A) 10

21) Who is the first ‘Haafiz’ of the Qur’an?

A) Prophet Muhammed (Sallalahu Alaihi Wasallam)

22) At the time of the death of Prophet Muhammed (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) how many Huffaz were there?

A) 22

23) How many Aayaath (verses) on Sajda (prostat ion) are there in the Qur’an?

A) 14

24) In which Paara (part) and Surah (chapter) do you find the first verse about Sajda (prostation) ?

A) 9th Paara, 7th Chapter-Surah- al-Araaf, Verse 206

25) How many times has the Qur’an stressed about Salaat or Namaaz (prayer)?

A) 700 times

26) How many times has the Qur’an emphasized on alms or charity?

A) 150

27) How many times in the Qur’an, is the Prophet Muhammed (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) addressed asYaa-Aiyu-Han- Nabi?

A) 11 times

28) Where in the Qur’an has Prophet Muhammed (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) been named ‘Ahmed’?

A) Paara 28th, Surah Saff, Ayath 6th

29) How many times has the name of Rasool-ullah (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) been mentioned in the Qur’an?

A) Muhammed (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam)-4times Ahmed (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam)-1 time
30) Name the Prophet whose name is mentionedand discussed most in the Qur’an?

A) Moosa (Alahis-Salaam)
31) Who were the Kaathibe-Wahi (copyists of the revelations) of the Qur’an?

A) Abu Bakr (Radhiallahu Anhu), Usman (Radhiallahu Anhu), Ali (Radhiallahu Anhu), Zaid Bin Harith(Radhiallahu Anhu) And Abdullah bin Masood(Radhiallahu Anhu)
 32) Who was the first person who counted the Aayaath (verses) of the Qur’an?

A) Ayesha (Radhiallahu Anha)

33) On whose advice did Abu Bakr (Radhiallahu Anhu) decide to compile the Qur’an?

A) Omer Farooq(Radhiallahu Anhu)

34) On whose order was the Qur’an compiled completely in written form?

A) Abu Bakr (Radhiallahu Anhu)

35) Who confined the recitation of the Qur’an on the style of the Quraysh tribe?

A) Usman (Radhiallahu Anhu)

36) Out of the copies of the Qur’an compiled by Usman (Radhiallahu Anhu), how many and where are they at present?

A) Only 2 copies. One in Tashkent and the other in Istanbul.

37) Which Surah of the Qur’an was Prophet Muhammed (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) reciting while praying, that Hazrat Jabeer Bin Muth’im Listened to and embraced Islam?

A) Surah Thoor

38) Which was that Surah of the Qur’an which the Prophet Muhammed Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) had recited when one of his enemies Utba after listening to it fell in Sajda (prostation) ?

A) The first five Ayaaths of Ham-Meem-Sajda

39) Which is the first and the most ancient Mosque according to the Qur’an?

A) Kaaba

40) In Qur’an mankind is divided into two groups.Which are those two groups?

A) Believers and disbelievers

41) Who is the man about whom, Allah has said in the Qur’an that his body is kept as an admonishing example for future generations to come?

A) Fir’aun. (Pharaoh)

42) Besides the body of Pharaoh, what is that thing which is kept as an admonishing example for future generations to come?

A) Noah’s Ark.

43) After the wreckage of Prophet Noah’s Ark, which is its place of rest mentioned in theQur’an?

A) Cave of Judi.
44) In the Qur’an the name of whic h companion of Prophet Muhammed (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) is mentioned?

A) Zaid Bin Harith.

45) Who is the relative of the Prophet Muahmmed (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam)whose name is mentioned in the Qur’an?

A) Abu Lahab

46) In the Qur’an there is a mention of a Prophet who has been called by his mother’s name. Who was he?

A) Jesus [Prophet Isa (Alahis salaam)] is mentioned as bn Maryam.
47) Which was the agreement that was titled Fath-hum-Mubeen’ without fighting a battle?

A) Treaty of Hudaibiya

48) What are the different names used for Satan or Devil in the Qur’an?

A) Iblees and Ash-Shaitaan.

49) Which category of creature does the Qur’an put ‘Iblees’ into?

A) Jinn.

50) What were those worships and prayers that were ordered by Allah to the community of Bani Israeel and which were continued by the Muslim Ummah also?

A) Salaat and Zakaat. (Al-Baqarah: 43)

51) The Qur’an repeatedly warns of a certain day.Can you say which day it is?

A) Youmal Qiyamah.(Doomsday)

52) Who were those people with whom Allah was pleased and they were pleased with Him, as mentioned in the Qur’an?

A) Companions of Prophet Muhammed.(Sallallah u Alaihi Wasallam)

53) In which Holy Book of Non-Muslims the Qur’an mentioned repeatedly?

A) In the Holy Book of Sikh Community-Granth Saheb.

54) In which year were the vowels inserted in the Qur’an?

A) 43 Hijri.

55) Who were the first serious students of the Qur’an?

A) As-haabus Suffah.

56) Which is the first Residential University where the faculty of the Qur’an was established for the first time?

A) Masjid-e-Nabvi. [Mosque of the Prophet (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam)]
57) By what name did the Qur’an address those noble and pious people who were selected by Allah to convey His message to mankind?

A) Nabi (Prophet) and Rasool (Messenger).

58) What type of a person does the Qur’an want to make?

A) Momin.

59) What is the scale or measure of one’s dignity according to the Qur’an?

A) Thaqwa. (Piety)
60) What according to the Qur’an is the root cause of the evil?

A) Alcohol.

61) What are the two most important types of kinds of Aayaat (Verses)found in the Qur’an?

A) Muhakamaat and muthashabihaath.

62) Which is the longest Surah (Chapter) in the Qur’an?

A) Surah-al-Baqarah.

63) Which is the smallest Surah in the Qur’an?

A) Surah-al-Kausar.

64) What was the age of Prophet Muhammed (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) when Qur’an was first revealed to him through Jibraeel (Alaihis-salaam) ?

A) 40 Years.

65) How long did Prophet Muhammed (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) receive the revelation of the Qur’an in Makkah?

A) 13 Years.
66) How long did Prophet Muhammed (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) receive the revelation of the Qur’an in Madinah?

A) 10 Years.

67) Where was the first Surah revealed?

A) In Makkah.

68) Where was the last Surah revealed?

A) In Madinah.

69) How many years did it take for the complete revelation of the Qur’an?

A) 22 years,5 months and 14 days.

70) Which Surah(Chapter) of the Qur’an is to be read compulsorily in each raka’at of the Salaat (Namaaz)?

A) Surah-al-Fatihah.

71) Which is the Surah, which Allah taught as a Du’a(Prayer) ?

A) Surah-al-Fatihah.

72) What is the reason of keeping Surah-al-Fatihah in the beginning of the Qur’an?

A) It is the door to the Qur’an

73) What is the Surah (Chapter) revealed completely and found first place in the Qur’an?

A) Surah-al-Fatihah.

74) Who was the only lady whose personal name is found in the Qur’an?

A) Mariam(Alaihis- salaam).

75) In which Surah (Chapter) of the Qur’an do you find maximum instructions?

A) Surah-al-Baqarah.

76) When and Where did the Prophet Muhammed Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) and Jibraeel (Alaihis-salaam) meet for the second time?

A) On Friday,18th Ramadan,in the Cave of Hira.

77) What was the interval between the first and the second revelation?

A) 2 years and six months.

78) Which is the Surah (Chapter) that does start without Bismillah?

A) Surah-al-Taubah or Bara’ath.

79) In which Surah (Chapter) of the Qur’an Bismillah is repeated twice?

A) Surah-al Naml.

80) How many Surah (Chapter) in the Qur’an have the titles named after different Prophets?

A) 6 Surahs (Chapters):
a) Surah-al-Yunus.
c) Surah-al-Yusuf.
d) Surah-al-Ibraheem.
f) Surah-al-Muhammed.

81) In which part of the Qur’an do you find ‘Ayat-ul-Kursi’ (Verse of the Throne)?

A) In the beginning of the third Part .(Chapter2-55)
82) How many different names of Allah are mentioned in the Qur’an?

A) 99

83) Who were the three non-prophets whose names are mentioned with due respect in the Qur’an?

A) Luqman,Aziz of Egypt and Zulqarnain.

84) At the time Abu Bakr (Radhiallahu Anhu) how many companions had compiled the Qur’an in the form of a book?

A) 75 companions.

85) Which is that only book which is completely memorized by millions of people in the world?

A) Al-Qur’an.

86) What did the Jinns who heard a few Aayaath Verses) of the Qur’an say to each other?

A) We have heard a unique discourse which shows the right path, verily we believe in it.

87) Which are the most popular translations of the Qur’an in English?

A) Translation by Muhammed Marmaduke Pickthall and by Allama Yusuf Ali.
88) Into how many languages of the world has the Holy Qur’an been translated?

A) Nearly 103 languages.

89) Who was the first translator of the Holy Qur’an into Urdu?

A) Moulana Shah Rafiuddin Muhaddis Dehlavi.

90) What will be our condition on ‘The day of the Judgment’ according to the Qur’an?

A) Everybody will be in a state of anxiety.

91) Who was the Prophet mentioned in the Qur’an whose three generations were prophets?

A) Ibraheem (Alaihis-salaam) .

92) What is that book which abolished all old rules and regulations?

A) Al-Qur’an.

93) What does the Qur’an say about property and wealth?

A) They are tests of one’s faith.

94) According to the Qur’an who is ‘khaatamun Nabiyyeen’ (the last of the Prophets)?

A) Prophet Muhammed (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam)

95) What is the name of the book that tells us clearly about the reality of the beginning and the end of the world?

A) Al-Qur’an.

96) In the Qur’an what other name is given to the city of Makkah?

A) Bakkah and Baladul Ameen.

97) According to the Qur’an what other name is given to the city of Madinah?

A) Yathrib.

98) Whose Generation is known as ‘Bani Israeel’ according to the Qur’an?

A) The generation of Prophet Yaqoob(Alaihis salaam) who is also known as Israeel.

99) Which are the mosques that are mentioned in the Qur’an

a) Masjid-ul-Haram.
b) Masjid-ul-Zirar.
c) Masjid-ul-Nabawi.
d) Masjid-u l-Aqsa.
e) Masjid Quba.

100) The name of which angels are mentioned in the Qur’an?

a) Jibraeel Ameen.Alaihis salaam)
b) Meekaeel.(Alaihis salaam)
c) Haroot.(Alaihis salaam)
d) Maroot.(Alaihis salaam)

Reading the Quran but Practising Something Else...

   {In the name of Allah most Gracious Most Merciful}
Allah says, in Quran

This day, I have perfected your religion for you,

 completed My Favour upon you,

 and have chosen for you Islâm as your religion.


Bismillah Walhamdulillah Was Salaatu Was Salaam 'ala Rasulillah

As-Salaam Alaikum Wa-Rahmatullahi Wa-Barakatuhu

Reading the Quran but Practising Something Else


There is a prevalent culture among Muslims where they only view the Qur'an as a way of gaining reward for reciting out loud the Arabic words correctly. Such people think that they hold the Qur'an in high esteem, but this only keeps them away from studying the Qur'an as they should. Parents teach their children how to pronounce the Arabic words and send their children to evening schools to learn to recite the Qur'an correctly. Such people do not deny the importance of the Qur'an, but their idea of the role of the Qur'an is extremely mistaken and shallow. It is merely to either gain reward for each letter recited or to validate Salah by reciting some short chapters. Members of this majority group may even enjoy listening to recitations of the Qur'an, not because of the message in the Verses, but to appreciate the melody, or for relaxation purposes!
What Islam is, is merely everything else they hear outside of the Qur'an. Such people consider themselves highly religious, while they hold such an ignorant approach to the Qur'an. They recite the Qur'an frequently, but the recitation does not have any bearing on them. Then, they take all their religious guidance from outside the Qur'an - they think those practices amount to fulfilling their duty to the Qur'an. Many of such ignorant people's ideas  and practices are even against what the Qur'an has to say, while they are not aware of it - or are aware of it but deliberately ignore thinking about it, laying excuses such as 'I am not knowledgeable enough' or 'I am a layman, more knowledgeable people have said this, who are you and me to question?'

The real purpose of the Qur'an is to give guidance to the individual human being who has been created to worship Allah. The Qur'an's guidance is in its meanings, not in the pronunciations of its Arabic letters. The guidance of the Qur'an is a mercy, cure and light for the true believers as it reveals many unknown secrets such as Allah's power, reasons to happening of events around us, and the true nature of Allah's religion. The Qur'an has been necessarily made easy to understand. But this majority have been bereft from this blessing, all while they are deceived into thinking they are following religion perfectly as they are fulfilling their own idea of what the purpose of the Qur'an is.
"We have sent down to you a Book containing your message. Do you not understand?" (Qur’an 21:10)

Thinking one is fulfilling their obligations toward the Qur'an by simply carrying out rituals such as prayer and fasting, without making the effort to find out what the Qur'an actually says about religion is a great deception. This is because the Qur'an is a Book to reflect upon, to learn from and to gain the necessary insight and wisdom it gives to be a real believer, this is a duty upon anyone who wants to be a Muslim. One cannot possibly be a true Muslim without having necessary knowledge and understanding of the Qur'an. If one only learns about the Qur’an from books written about the Qur’an, written by people, and does not feel the necessity to learn from the Qur’an directly himself, he is only deceiving himself. Allah mentions this ignorant approach in the words, “Or do you have another book which you study?”(Qur’an 68:39).
Worship based on make-believing that Qur'an is being followed in the flow of the majority and under blind trust of leaders without a personal attachment to the Qur'an and knowledge of the Qur'an, holds little or no value in Allah's sight.

Let us ask ourselves: how much do we know about the Qur'an? Not superficial knowledge like the number of chapters or verses, or which city a chapter was revealed in, but the message in its Verses and their many intricacies and secrets. How much wisdom have you gained from the Qur'an? Have you read the entire Qur'an even once in your own language? How many times a day do you refer to the Verses of the Qur'an as you lead your day to day life? Are you sure whether any of your outlooks are from the Qur'an, or is your religion muddled?
“The words of your Lord are complete in its truth and justice. Nothing can change His Words – He is the All-Hearing, the All-Knowing. If you obeyed most of those on earth, they would lead you away from the path of Allah. They follow nothing but speculation – they are merely guessing.” (Qur’an 6:115-116)

"This too, is a blessed Book which We have sent down – follow it, and be conscious of your Lord, so that you may receive mercy – lest you say, ‘Books were sent to two communities before us: we were not aware of what they studied’, or ‘if only the Book had been sent down to us, we would have been better guided than them.’ Now your Lord has brought you clear evidence, guidance, and mercy. Who could be more wrong than someone who rejects Allah’s Revelations and turns away from them? We shall repay those who turn away with a painful punishment." (Qur’an 6:155-157)

It is clear that being heedless of the Qur'an will lead to losses in this life and the Hereafter as Allah will call all people into account their level of adherence to the Qur'an.

“Surely, the One who decreed the Qur’an to you will summon you to a predetermined appointment. Say: 'My Lord is fully aware of who it is that brings the guidance, and who has gone astray.' " (Qur’an 28:85)

As stated in the verse, all people are responsible for adhering to the way of life decreed by Allah in the Qur'an. Without direct knowledge of the Verses, practicing alleged claims about the Qur'an and following the majority, may not have any value in the sight of Allah. Many people who do not have any Quranic insight or wisdom spread claims about the Qur'an's verses which are a far cry from the verses' true meanings. They usually get away with it as their audience have also been conditioned to simply follow 'sayings' about the Qur'an, rather than the Qur'an.
It is only when one opens his eyes and begins to comprehend the Verses of Allah, can he begin to follow the Book of Allah and hope to become a true Muslim.
"...Indeed there has come to you from Allah a Light and a Clear Book. With it Allah guides whoever follows His good pleasure to the ways of peace and brings them out from the darkness into the light by His permission: He guides them onto a straight path" (Qur'an 5:15-16)
All Muslims must consider their position in religion in relation to the Qur'an. Reciting the Qur'an without a sincere effort to understand the verses directly will not enlighten the human soul.

April 27, 2011

Hadith-~-Qudsi part-3

Hadith-~-Qudsi part-2

Hadith-~-Qudsi part-1

<< Simple And Beautiful Sayings>>

“Pay attention to Allaah and He will pay attention to you.”

“If you feel no shame, then do as you wish.”

“Make sure your food is good (halaal and bought with halaal earnings), and you will be one whose prayers are answered.”

“Fear Allaah wherever you may be.”

“Follow up a bad deed with a good deed, to cancel it out.”

“Mix with people with a good attitude.”

“Keep away from prohibited things and you will be the best of worshippers.”
“Be content with what Allaah has given you, and you will be the richest of people.”

“Love for other people what you love for yourself.”

“Do not laugh too much, for excessive laughter deadens the heart.”

“Wrongdoing will be multiple darkness on the Day of Resurrection.”

“Fear Allaah and treat all your children fairly.”

“Fear the Fire, even if by giving half a date (in charity).”
“Fear the prayer of the oppressed.”

“The thing that weighs most heavily in the balance (of good deeds) is a good attitude.”

“Deliberation is from Allaah, haste is from Shaytaan.”

“The less your wealth, the less you will be called to account for.”

“Do not become angry, and Paradise will be yours.”

“The most beloved of deeds to Allaah is the one that is continuous, even if it is little.”

“The most beloved of places to Allaah are the mosques.”

“The most hated of places to Allaah are the marketplaces.”

“The most beloved of food to Allaah is that which is touched by many hands (i.e., shared among many people).”

“The most beloved of speech to Allaah is that a person should say, ‘Subhaan Allaah wa bi hamdih (Glory and praise be to Allaah)’.”

“The most beloved of people to Allaah is the one who is most helpful.”
“The most beloved deed to Allaah is making a Muslim happy.”

“Whoever restrains his anger, Allaah will conceal his faults.”

“A bad attitude spoils a good deed just as vinegar spoils honey.”

“The most beloved of people to Allaah are those who have the best attitudes.”

“Beware of this world, for it is sweet and tempting.”

“Control your tongue.”

“Trim your moustaches and let your beards grow.”

“Give back the things you have been entrusted with to the person who entrusted them to you.”

“Do not betray the one who betrays you.”

“Pray to Allaah and be confident of a response.”

“Cheer people up, do not put them off.”

“Make things easy for people, not difficult.”

“Eat with your right hand and eat from what is in front of you.”
“If Allaah gives you wealth, let the blessing of Allaah be seen on you.”

“If someone who is distinguished among his own people comes to you, then honour him.”

“If one with whose religion and character you are pleased comes to you (to seek your daughter’s hand in marriage), then marry (your daughter) to him.”

“If Allaah wills good to the people of a household, He guides them to be gentle.”

“If you do something bad, follow it by doing something good.”

“If you feel uncomfortable about something, then leave it alone.”

“If you judge (between people), then judge fairly.”

“If you enter a house, greet the inhabitants with salaam.”
“If you are reminded of Allaah, stop what you are doing (of sin).”

“If Allaah sends you some provision without you looking forward to it or asking others for it, then take it.”

“If you ask Allaah for anything, then ask Him for al-Firdaws (the highest level of Paradise).”

“If your good deeds please you and your bad deeds upset you, then you are a mu’min (believer).”

“If you hear the call to prayer, then respond to the one who is calling you to Allaah.”

“If you hear the call to prayer, then say something like the muezzin says.”

“If any one of you becomes angry, let him keep silent.”

“If a man becomes angry and says ‘A’oodhu Billaah (I seek refuge with Allaah),’ his anger will cease.”

“If a man says ‘Ya seedi (sir)’ to a munaafiq (hypocrite), he earns the wrath of his Lord.”
“When you stand up to pray, pray as if it is your last prayer.”

“When you get dressed and when you do wudoo’, start on the right.”

“When any one of you meets his brother, let him greet him with salaam.”
“Remember death when you are praying.”

“Show mercy towards those who are on earth so that the One Who is in heaven will show mercy to you.”

“Renounce pleasure in worldly things and Allaah will love you.”

“Show disinterest in what people have and people will love you.”

“Feel properly shy and modest before Allaah.”

Protect “the head and what does through it (thoughts and ideas).”

Protect “the stomach and what goes into it.”

“Seek help in whatever you do by being discreet.”

“Everyone who is given a blessing will be envied.”

“No one can keep their wudoo’ except a believer.”

“The worst thief among people is the one who steals from his prayer, by not doing rukoo’ and sujood properly.”

“Intercede and you will be rewarded.”

“The most grateful of people to Allaah are those who are most grateful to other people.”

The trouble with beauty is feelings of superiority.

The trouble with generosity is extravagance.

The trouble with noble descent is pride.

The trouble with knowledge is forgetfulness.

“Give to the one who denied you.”

“Uphold ties with the one who cuts you off.”

“Forgive the one who does you wrong.”

May Allaah have mercy on the person who said “Good” and was rewarded or who remained silent and was safe.

Wine is the key to all evil.

The one who is more daring in giving fatwas is more deserving of Hell.

Love the poor and mix with them.

It is better to err in forgiving than to err in punishment.

Do not judge between people when you are angry.

If you want to count the faults of anyone else, count your own faults instead.

If you commit a sin, say “Astaghfir-Allaah (I ask Allaah for forgiveness).”

If you are given a blessing, say, “Al-Hamdu Lillaah (praise be to Allaah).”

If some disaster befalls you, say, “Innaa Lillaahi wa innaa ilayhi raaji’oon (Truly, to Allaah we belong and truly, to Him we shall return).”

Seek rizq (provision) by giving charity

“Give food to others and speak good.”

“Seek a response to du’aa’s when the iqaamah for prayer is given and when rain is falling.”

The people with the longest necks on the Day of Resurrection will be the muezzins.
“Worship Allaah as if you see Him.”

“The most helpless of people are those who cannot make du’aa’.”

“Pay the hired worker his wages before his sweat dries.”

“Tie up (your camel) [i.e., take the necessary precautions], and put your trust in Allaah.”

“Make the most of your life before your death.”

Make the most of “your health before your sickness.”

Make the most of “your free time before you become busy.”

Make the most of “your wealth before you become poor.”

Make the most of “your youth before you become old.”

“The best of dhikr is ‘La ilaaha ill-Allaah.’”

“The best of sadaqah (charity) is that given by one who has little.”

“The upper hand (the one that gives) is better than the lower hand (the one that takes).”

The best of earnings is a good sale.

“The best of the believers is one who is best in attitude.”

“The best of the muhaajireen is the one who forsakes (hajara) that which Allaah has prohibited.”

“The best type of jihaad is the jihaad of the one who strives against his own self (jihaad al-nafs) for the sake of Allaah.”

“Read the Qur’aan throughout every month.”

“Read the Qur’aan, for it will come and intercede for its readers on the Day of Resurrection.”

“Pray for Allaah to keep you safe and sound.”

“Most of the sins committed by the son of Adam are sins of the tongue.”
“Repeat often ‘Laa hawla wa laa quwwata illa billaah (there is no power or strength except with Allaah)’, for it is from the treasure of Paradise.”

“Always remember the destroyer of joy (physical pleasure): death.”

“Lower your gaze and guard your private parts.”

“There is no goodness in the one who is not friendly or likeable.”

“Stay with her (the mother), for Paradise is under her feet.”

“Keep saying ‘Yaa Dhaa’l-jalaali wa’l-ikraam (O Possessor of Glory and Honour)’” i.e., keep repeating it persistently.

“Islam cancels out what came before it (of sins).”

“Every bid’ah (innovation) is a going astray and every going astray will end in Hell.”

“Control your tongue, let your house be enough for you, and weep for your sins.”

“(Take care of) your mother, then your mother, then your mother, then your father, then other relatives in order of closeness.”

“Feed the poor and pat the head of the orphan (i.e., show compassion).”

“The one who points the way to good deeds is like the one who does them.”

April 26, 2011

Islamic way of treatment of parents..

#Ajab din raat they mery#

Ajab Halat they mery Ajab din raat they mery
mager mein mutmaen tha is liye tum sath they mery

mery zar key talabgaroun kii nazrein aisey uthti thein
key lakhoun unglian theen aur hazaroun hath they mery

main ik pather ka gard alud buttt tha inn key mander mein
na dil tha na mery seeney mein na kuch jazbat they mery

kisi sey aur kia taeed ki umeed mein rakhta
wohii khamosh they jo mehram-e-halat they merey

mein jin sholoun mein jalta tha shaed tum bhi nahee samjey
mera dil mukhtalif the, mukhtalif sadmat they mery

mujhe mujram bana ker rakh diya jhutey gawahoun ney
sabhii rad ho gaye jitney bhii ilzamat they merey

tasawar ban giya tasveer akhir aik din sajid
isi ka khauf tha muj ko yahee khadshat they mery

Mery Liye To Meri MaA Hai kayenat Ha

Mery Liye To Meri MaA Hai kayenat Ha

Maa Sath ha to saya-e-Qudrat bi sath ha
Maa k beghair lagy din b raat ha
Mein dur jaon to uksa mery sar pe hath ha
Mery liye to meri Maa hi kaynat ha
Daaman mein Maa k sirf wafaon k phool hein
Hum sarey apni Maa k Qadmoon k dhool hein
Aulaad k Sitam usey Hass k Qabool hein
Bachon ko Bakash deina hi Maa k Usool hein
Din Raat Us ne Paal Pos k bada kiya
Girney laga to Maa nemuje phir khara kiya

Maa Mai Ek chota Sa Bacha Hon

Maa Mai Ek chota Sa  Bacha Hon

Hm jugnu thy, hm titli thy, hm rang barange panchi thy,
Kuch mah-o-sal ki janat mei Maa hm dono b sanjhi thy,…
Mai chota sa ik bcha tha, teri ungli tham k chalta tha,
Tu dour nzr se hoti thi mai ansu ansu rota tha,
ik khwabon ka roshan basta tu roz mujhe pehnati thi,
…Jb drta tha mai raton ko tu apne sath sulati thi,
Maa tuny kitne barson tk is phol ko sencha hathon se,
Zindagi k gehre bhedon ko mai smjha teri baton se,
Mai tere hath k takiye pr ab b rat ko sota hon,
Maa mai ik chota sa bcha hon teri yad mei ab b rota hon.

April 25, 2011

-Names of ALLAH -

  1. ALLAH- The proper name of ALLAH. Whoever reads this name of ALLAH 1000 times daily, all doubts and uncertainities will be removed from his heart and instead, determination and faith will become inborn in him- Insha-ALLAH
  2. AR-RAHMAN- The Compassionate. If this Ism is recited 100 times daily after ever salah, if ALLAH wills, hard-heartedness and negligence will be removed from the reciter's heart.
  3. AR-RAHEEM- Most Merciful. If recited 100 times daily, the reciter will be safeguarded from all calamities and the entire creation will become affectionate to him Insha-ALLAH
  4. AlMalik- THE SOVEREIGN. If recited abundantly after Zawaal, the reciter will be given abundant wealth Insha-ALLAH.
  5. AL-QUDDUS- THE HOLY ONE AND THE ONE WHO IS FREE FROM ALL BLEMISHES. ALLAH will cure all spiritual sicknesses from the one who recites it abundantly daily Insha-ALLAH.
  6. AL-SALAM- GIVER OF PEACE OR THE ONE WHO IS IMMUNED FROM ALL DISTRESS. Anyone who recites this Isma continually, ALLAH will protect him from all calamities. If reace 115 times and blown on a sick person, Insha-ALLAH his health will be restored.
  7. Al-MU'MIN- GIVER OF PEACE. Whoever says this Ism 630 times in times of fear, ALLAH will protect him from all calamities, mishaps and losses.
  8. AL-MUHAYMIN- THE GIVER OF PROTECTION. Anyone who offers 2 rakaat salaah and reads this Ism sincerely for 100 times, ALLAH will purify him physically and spiritually. It is also said by some scholars that ALLAH wil acquaint one with the unseen if one reads it 115 times.
  9. AL-AZIZ- THE MIGHTY. Anyone who says this name 40 times each day for 40 days, ALLAH will grant him honour and self-sufficient.
  10. AL-JABBAR- THE COMPELLER, THE OVER POWERING LORD. Anyone who recites this name 226 times each morning and each evening, will be safe guarded from oppression of tyrants and despots Insha-ALLAH.
  AL-MUTAKABBIR- THE SELF-GLORIOUS. The constant reciter of this name will   be granted honour and greatness.
Al-KHALIQ- THE CREATOR. If one forms a habit of reciting it, ALLAH appoints an angel who will worship on his behalf.
BE GRATEFUL.   You have to develop in yourself the sense of gratitude. You should be thankful for what you have. But youshould recognize that there are things you can do to improve your life.

IT'S ALL IN THE MIND.   We are unhappy because we think we  are. Unhappy  people are attached to their unhappiness. They refuse to change. When one thinks negatively, then he attracts negative thoughts. If you think that a tragedy will fall on you, somehow you fulfill it. Unconsciously, you make it happen.

MONEY ISN'T EVERYTHING.   People accumulate more and more money but the amount of happiness they can "buy" gets smaller and smaller. Although more money may bring greater feeling of empowerment, studies show that personal relationships, spirituality and feelings about oneself most directly influence well-being.

DISCOVER THE BEST FRIEND IN YOU.   We can all change for the better. You can be happy even with yourself by discovering the best friend in you. Get real. Don't be hard on yourself with those high, unattainable goals. It's time you don't look for happiness outside you.

Islamic Quotes: 14 ways to Happiness l

 LEARN TO RECEIVE BLESSINGS.   Think of the little things that make you happy or the people that give you assurance where you're good at. This is called receiving. Most of us have reasons to be happy,only that we don't see them or we take them for granted. We need to have little eyes and little hearts too, and realize that all things that make us happy have been there all along.

HAVE SOMEBODY TO TURN TO.   Even if you're in turmoil, there are people who will support you. But often we stick with people who make us very unhappy. If you're unhappy, seek people who will nurture you or look for a partner who will serve as a well-spring of inspiration.

BE HOPEFUL.   Hoping is better than being optimistic since it's whole and real. Because sometimes, one's optimism can be a denial of hardship .  It's easy to be optimistic about things, but inside you,you're anxious about them. Hoping is deeper. It's something you look forward to even when you recognize the difficulties and pains. The more hopeful a person is, the more he recognizes how bad the situation is, and lets himself to bear it. In the end, he knows it will bear good results. You don't deny difficulties. You're touching ground instead.

KEEP THE FAITH ALIVE.   There'll be points in your life when you can't handle problems alone. Think about SOMEONE who's more powerful,and who loves you dearly to take care of you. Having faith in ALLAH will give you hope.

SHARE YOURSELF.   You can actually give intangible gifts even without your conscious effort. People will tell you later that you've helped them, and gradually, you will feel you're making a difference in their lives. That's a deeper gift. When you help others, they affirm you by saying, "You're good." Then you realize that you're a good person and your goodness is not merely based on meeting deadlines or getting a raise. It's more of proving your self-worth based on being loved for who you really are and not simply for the result you can deliver or the money you can contribute to the company. This strengthens your positive attitude towards difficulties in life.


14 Ways to Happiness

ACCEPT THE PAINS.  You must get in touch with your situation. Sometimes people deny their hardship, thinking that if they don't face them, they will be happier. But it's the other way around. Allow yourself to go through the pains.

CHOOSE NOT TO STAY IN PAIN.  They say this is "self-empowerment". You can either be bitter about the pains and feel very powerless. Or you can do something and feel powerful enough to handle them. It's a choice to live with or without pain

FORGIVE YOURSELF, OTHER PEOPLE.  But before forgiveness comes in, think about how other people hurt. Then realize that you can see yourself for what you actually are and not how they want you to be. So finding happiness is no longer rooted outside, but it's inside you - what you see, how you view things, what you want. Then it leads to your choice : to live your life with yourself.

TAKE RESPONSIBILITY FOR YOUR LIFE.  We sometimes allow ourselves to let other people, circumstances, or pains in the past to rule our lives. So we become very unhappy and very bitter because we live blaming others on who we are, where we're at, or how we should be. It's an exhausting process because you'll forever be blaming other people. Don't be bothered by what others think who you are or the standards they set.  Take responsibility for your life.

LEARN TO LET GO AND TRUST YOURSELF.   To be happy means learning to let go of expectations from yourself or from other people. You can't always have your way. At work, you can't always be sure your strategies will work or your plans will happen. But before you let go,have a deeper trust in yourself.


~* Informative Hadees E MubaraK ~*

BiBi Amina R.A Frmati Hain k Jab
MOHAMMAD S.A.W.W mre pait mai Aye to 1 badal ka tukra
Aasman pe warid hua
Mai jhan jati wo badal mre upr chaon krta
Me jb bakriyan chraney jati to bakriya mre pichy chlti
Jb chlti to pathr mre pairon k nichy narm Rui ki trha ho jate or jb ku’en se pani nkaalne jati tb pani opr charh aata or aasani se pani bhrti,
Jb soti to khubsurat hurein muje pankhy se hwa detien
Or Rozana 1 Nbi muje khwab me mbarak baad dete thay k
Apko mbarak ho k Aap Akhri Nabi (MOHAMMAD S.A.W.W)ki
walida hain

SADQA jab insan apny* haath sy nikalta hai to….

SADQA us waqt 5 jumaly kehta hai…
(1) Mein faani maal tha tu ny mujhy baqa dy di.
(2) Mein tera dushman tha ab tu ny mujhy dost bana liya.
(3) Aaj sy pehly tu meri hifazat krta tha ab mein teri hifazat karon ga.
(4) Mein haqeer tha tu ny mujhy azeem bana dia.
(5) Pehly mein tery hath main tha ab mein ALLAH k hath mein hun.
Hr achi baat ko doosray tak pohanchana bhi sadqa hai.

Tujhe kia hogya hai

Ay Ibn-e-Adam!
Tujhe kia hogya hai?Tu ne apni Namazon
Ebadton ko sirf Pareshani
k waqt k liy hi rakha hua hay,Tu ne 70 MAON se ziada chahne wale
“RAB” ko sirf apni waqti
k liy
kia hua hay,
Zara soch to sahi
Wo “RAB”
hay,jis ne itne GUNAH
karny k bawajod Teri ANKHEIN na nikali,Tere HATH
PERON ko slamat rakha
Tu hai k us se door hi hota ja rha hy
EMTEHAN k lie bheja Hy..!

April 24, 2011

Taqdeer Ka Shikwa Be Maani..

--Quotes relating to Muslim Kids Quotes--

I am a Muslim I say, "laa ilaaha illallaah Muhammadur-rasoolullah." 
I worship Allah alone.
I try to be good so that Allah will be pleased with me. I try to be like the Prophet Muhammad (Sall-Allaahu 'alayhi wa sallam).
I love and fear Allah more than anyone or anything. 

I hope Allah will save me from the Fire. I hope Allah will reward me with Paradise. 
 am a Muslim I say, "laa ilaaha illallaah Muhammadur-Rasoolullaah." There is none worthy of worship except Allaah, Muhummad is the Messenger of Allaah.
I pray five times a day.
I wake up at dawn before the sun rises. I pray my fajr prayer. 

I finish helping my mom in the kitchen in the afternoon. I pray my dhuhr prayer.
I finish resting and reading books in the late afternoon. I pray my `Asr prayer.
I watch how the sun sets and the sky becomes darker. I pray my Maghrib prayer.
I look at the moon in the dark blue night. I pray my `Isha prayer.
I pray to Allah. He is the only One I pray to. He is the only One that can answer my prayers.