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Wednesday, December 7, 2016

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Rabi ul Awwal Message-Hazrat Allaamah Kaukab Noorani Okarvi

Things to do in this Blessed Month...
Plant a tree in your house, town or estate, the Holy Prophet [Sallal Laahu Alaieh Wa Sallam]
Said, that, “When a Muslim plant a tree, till the time people will eat its fruits and sit under its shade, till
that time it will be continue charity…[Sadaqah e Jaariyah] for that person.
Nowadays planting a tree is also beneficial for the betterment of the environments.

Non Muslim Remarks about Prophet Muhammad [Sallal Laahu Alaieh Wa Sallam]

JULES MASSERMAN  a United States psychoanalyst and professor  Chicago University
"People like Pasteur and Salk are leaders in the first sense. People like Gandhi and Confucius, on one hand, and Alexander, Caesar and Hitler on the other, are leaders in the second and perhaps the third sense. Jesus and Buddha belong in the third category alone. Perhaps the greatest leader of all times was Muhammad, who combined all three functions. To a lesser degree, Moses did the same."
Jules Masserman in in TIME Magazine wrote:
"Perhaps the greatest leader of all times was Muhammad, who combined all the three functions. To a lesser degree Moses did the same."
(Jules Masserman, 'Who Were Histories Great Leaders?', TIME Magazine, July 15, 1974).

The Blessings of Milad Shareef Proof

First Doubt
Some people say the respected Companions did not read salutation this manner therefore it is an innovation.



In reply, I would like to say that if this is the case that all those practices not done by the respected Companions are innovations then what about the form of the books of holy Qur’aan today, for example on colorfully decorated pages, printed by various methods with diacritical signs, translations, footnotes, interpretations etc. Also today’s form of the books of Ahadees including their explanations, the books of jurisprudence (Fiqh), fundamentals of jurisprudence, course books etc. As well as the form of today’s religious schools, their method of teaching, class time tables, examinations, distribution of certificates, monthly and annual collection of donations, teachers’ salaries etc. And the manner in which gatherings for preaching are held today along with the form of today’s masaajid, salaries of the imaam, the mu’azzam and the committees and furthermore the journey of today’s Hajj pilgrimage. Similarly there are so many other practices. Did the Companions (Allaah have mercy on them) do all of this? Was all of this present at their time? No, absolutely not. So then those who deny peace and salutation should also call all the forms of these things innovations. And they should give speeches against them, print posters and try to eliminate them in every possible way. Why are they obsessed with only one thing that is Meelaad Shareef and standing for salutation?

Keep in mind, that if this manner (of Meelaad Shareef and standing for salutation) was established by the respected Companions then it would have been either mandatory or Sunnat (Prophetic tradition). And we don’t call it mandatory or sunnat. According to us reading salutation in this manner is mustahab (desirable). And a mustahab act is one that is considered good by the true Muslims like this saying of the holy Prophet (Sallal Laahu ‘Alaiehi Wa Sallam):

“Whatever is good [righteous] according to the Muslims [true believers] is also good before Allaah.” - (Ahmad: 3600. Al Mustadrik: 4465.) Excerpt -Blessings of Meelaad Shareef by Hazrat Maulana Muhammad Shafee Okarvi [Rahmatul Laah Alaieh]

Roznaamah Jang karachi Article. December 24th, 2015 


Meelaad un Nabi [Sallal Laahu Alaieh Wa Sallam] Celebration


Islam First Eid


The Invitation of Celebrating the Birth of Prophet [Sallal Laahu Alaieh Wa Sallam] in Urdu and Gujrati Languages at Durban, South Africa (with Ottoman Tughra) on 16th May 1906.


Salam Meelaad un Nabi [Sallal Laahu Alaieh Wa Sallam]


Saturday, December 3, 2016

The Poet of the East, Allaamah Muhammad Iqbal said:[Asaar e Iqbal, Pages. 306-307]

Meelaad un Nabi [Sallal Laahu Alaieh Wa Sallam] is amongst the sacred days for Muslims. According to my understanding it is very crucial for nourishment and treatment of human minds and hearts, Hence it is necessary for Muslims to keep in their sight the Aswa ur Rasool [Sallal Laahu Alaieh Wa Sallam]. In the following three ways they can keep their emotions intact.
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1. The first way is of sending Durood and Salaam which is part and parcel of Muslim's life, they try to find every possible time to send Durood.

2. The second way deals with Gatherings i.e. Muslims should gather in great number and one person out of them [leader] who is fully versed regarding the Life and works of Pride to the worlds (i.e. Prophet [Sallal Laahu Alaieh Wa Sallam] should mention them in detail so that the devotion to follow the way of Prophet  awakens in hearts of Muslims, for this purpose we have also gathered today.

3. The third way is although difficult but still it to be mentioned is very important. It is that Prophet [Sallal Laahu Alaieh Wa Sallam] is remembered in such a way that our hearts (and ways) become Mazhar (signs) of different aspects of Nabuwat the feeling which was there about 1300 years ago due to literal presence of Prophet [Sallal Laahu Alaieh Wa Sallam] the same feeling arises in our hearts too. [Asaar e Iqbal, Pages. 306-307]

Islam First Eid

   Eid-I-Meelaad-un-Nabi ...celebrating the birth of the holy Prophet, [Sallal Laahu Alaihi wa Sallam] is the first and foremost Eid of the universe. This concerns a personality but for whose creation there would have been no Eid and none to celebrate it....excerpts from the book by Allamah Kaukab Noorani Okarvi....