Showing posts with label # Mawlid. Show all posts
Showing posts with label # Mawlid. Show all posts

Monday, December 29, 2014

Blessed is the Month-Rabiul Awwal- Excerpt Islaam's First Eid Allamah Kaukab Noorani Okarvi

Blessed is the Month-Rabiul Awwal- Excerpt Islaam's First Eid Allamah Kaukab Noorani Okarvi


rabiul awwal blessed eid allama kokab noorani okarvi

Imaam Qastalaani further says: "How blessed is the month in which the Prophet of ALLAAH (Sallal Laahu Alaiehi wa Sallam) was born! How very superior and sacred! How very respected the nights (of the month) as though they are pearls shining bright throughout the ages! How full of light and pure the face of the one born! How blessed the Being (ALLAAH) Kareem who made the birth of the Holy Prophet (Sallal Laahu Alaiehi wa Sallam) a springtime for the hearts and his
(Sallal Laahu 'Alaiehi Wa Sallam) face a manifestation of splendor....excerpt- Islaam's First Eid-Allamah Kaukab Noorani Okarvi

Prophets (Alaiehis us Salaam) are, by Almighty ALLAAH's grace, living-Excerpt-Allamah Kaukab Noorani Okarvi

Prophets (Alaiehis us Salaam) are, by Almighty ALLAAH's grace, living-Excerpt-Allamah Kaukab Noorani Okarvi


grace allah almighty prophets allama kokab noorani okarvi

This servant of the Ahle Sunnat has, also, replied to the above quoted paragraph of the "Honey Dew", and here I repeat it in brief. First of all, it is only for those whose loved once have died that they should be grieved or joyful. But our Holy Prophet Muhammad (Sallal Laahu 'Alaiehi Wa Sallam) and other Prophets (Alaiehis us Salaam) are, by Almighty ALLAAH's grace, living.
Even so, my reply is this. The birth of Hazrat Aadam (Alaiehis-Salaam) took place on the same day as his passing away, but rejoicing at his birth was retained because, in Shari 'ah, mourning in not allowed for more than three days. On the other hand, our Holy Prophet's (Sallal Laahu Alaiehi wa Sallam) birth took place on 12th Rabi-ul-Awwal but the day when he departed from this world, even according to Ashraf Ali Thanvi Sahib himself, was definitely not 12th Rabee-ul-Awwal....excerpt-Islaam's First Eid-Allamah Kaukab Noorani Okarvi

Sunday, December 28, 2014

Proclaim the Blessing of your Rabb-Excerpt- Islaam'sFirst Eid-Allamah Kaukab Noorani Okarvi

Proclaim the Blessing of your Rabb-Excerpt- Islaam'sFirst Eid-Allamah Kaukab Noorani Okarvi


proclaim blessing islaam allama kokab noorani okarvi

Therefore, it is proved from the Qur'aan itself that the day when a blessing descends from heaven is a day of Eid. We are enjoined by the Qur'aan to rejoice at having received a blessing. The Qur'aan says:
"Qul Bi fadlil-Laahi Wa Bi Rahmatihi Fabi Zaalika Fal Yafrahu"
(Say O Prophet! you should rejoice at receiving A-Laah's grace and blessing)
Revered Shah Abdul Azeez Dehlvi (may ALLAAH have mercy on him) in his "Tafseer Azeezi" holds that to rejoice on receiving
 ALLAAH's grace and mercy is a very good and an altogether beneficial act.
In Aayat 69 of the Holy Qur'aan Soorah Aa'raaf, Allaah Almighty says:
                  "Fazkuroo Aalaa' Allaahi La' Allakum Tuflihoon.
                 (Remember Allaah's blessings so that you may profit)"
                                        And in Aa'yat 74 it is said:
              "Fazkuroo Aalaa' Allaahi Wala Ta'sau Fil Ardi Mufsideen
          (So remember ALLAAH's blessings, and do not spread corruption in the earth)"
And in Soorah Ad-Duhaa:
"Wa Amma Bini'mati Rabbika Fahaddis"
(And remember and proclaim the blessings of your Rabb)"---Proclaim the Blessing of your Rabb-Excerpt- Islaam'sFirst Eid-Allamah Kaukab Noorani Okarvi