Showing posts with label #Hadith. Show all posts
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Thursday, May 17, 2018

Fiqh of fasting : How many kinds of fast are there?

FIQH OF FASTING

Q.6: How many kinds of fast are there?

A. There are five kinds of fast i.e. (1). "Fard"(Farz), (2). "Waajib", (3). "Nafil", (4). "Makrooh Tanzeehi" and (5). "Makrooh Tahreemi".
Q.7: How many kinds of Fard and Waajib fasts are there?
A. There are two kinds of (each) Fard and Waajib fasts i.e. "Mo'aie-yan" (fixed, appointed) and "Ghaier Mo'aie-yan" (non-fixed, on-appointed).
Q.8: Which fasts are "Fard Mo'aie-yan"? A. "Fard Mo'aie-yan" (fixed, appointed) obligatory fasts are such as the fasts of Ramadaan which are observed in the month of Ramadaan only and "Fard Ghair-Mo'aie-yan" (non-fixed,non-appointed) obligatory fasts are such as "Qada,Qaza" (missed,omitted) fasts of Ramadaan and the fasts of atonement irrespective of atonement for breaking fast before time or any other act.


PROPHET MOST GENEROUS IN THE MONTH OF RAMADAAN-Hadees Shareef

 PROPHET MOST GENEROUS IN THE MONTH OF RAMADAAN-

Hadees Shareef

The Holy Prophet Muhammad 

 [Sallal Laahu ‘Alaiehi Wa Sallam] 

 was the most generous among-st the people, and he used to be more so in the month of Ramadaan when Hazrat Jibraaeel  [Alaiehis Salaam] visited him, and He used to meet him on every night of Ramadaan till the end of the month. The Prophet  Muhammad
[Sallal Laahu ‘Alaiehi Wa Sallam] 
used to be more generous than a fast wind
 (which causes rain and welfare)

Thursday, May 10, 2018

Respect for mothers occupies a very high status in Islaam, and is very heavy in its scales.


It is reported in the ‘Saheeh Muslim’ that a man came to the Rasoolul Laah (صلى الله عليه و سلم)  and said: “O Prophet of Allaah [Almighty], who is most deserving of my kind treatment?”
He replied: “Your mother.”
The man asked: “Then who?”
He replied: “Your mother.”
The man asked again: “Then who?”
He replied: “Your mother.”
The man asked again: “Then who?”
He replied: “Your father.”



Sunday, June 25, 2017

What is "Zakaat"?

"Zakaat" is, indeed, the name of permanent use of the attribute of sympathy and compassion which an affluent Muslim naturally has for his poor brother-in-faith or to say practical expression of sympathy and extension of a specific financial assistance and help by Muslims to one another is Zakaat (poor-due,poor-tax). But according to Shar'i terminology, Zakaat means to pay and make a Muslim beggar,indigent owner of a particular portion,share of one's riches, property on which Zakaat is due as fixed by Shari'ah.

Wednesday, July 6, 2016

Ramadaan kareem

Eid Mubarik Eid ul Fitr 2016

Eid an ocassion of happiness and care 2016


The concept of Eid is attached with happiness and happiness comes from success.  Success is not what we declare as success.  Success is in fact that which Allaah Ta’aalaa states is success.
The count of days of the month of Ramadaan, are completing. Laielatul Jaa’izah (first new moon of the night of Shawwaal) is coming.

Did we make Allaah Taa’aalaa Jalla Shaanuhu and the holy Prophet (Sallal Laahu Alaiehi Wa Sallam) happy?

Are our respected parents happy with us?

Have we fulfilled our duties related to religion (Ieemaani), family (khaandaani), humanity (Insaani) and morality (Akhlaaqi)?

In this holy month of Ramadaan, the blessed guest of Allaah Kareem, did we work hard to make ourselves worth of salvation (maghfirat)?

What is happiness?
How do we get happiness?

We are lost in the crowd, we have lost our language (zabaan), tradition (tahzeeb), culture (saqaafat), values(aqdaar) and customs (riwaayaat), infact we have lost our identity. We have turned our faces away from our culture.

Do we really deserve to celebrate any kind of happiness?
But still the doors of repentance (taubah) has not closed on us, we should not lose hope in Allaah Kareem’s countless blessings.
Yes! We have to make this promise that the training (tarbiyyat), piety (taqwaa), cleanliness (tazkiyyah) and goodness (naykee) we have gained in the month of Ramadaan, we have to continue this throughout the year and also we will spend our lives in pleasing Allaah Kareem and the beloved holy Prophet (Sallal Laahu Alaiehi Wa Sallam).

We sincerely hope that our Rabb e Kareem will not look at our sins but with HIS blessings HE  will not disappoint us, and surely will reward us.

Without a doubt, it is Eid for him whom Allaah Kareem rewards.

Allaah Kareem made us the follower of Rasool e Kareem (Sallal Laahu Alaiehi Wa Sallam), and honored us with the title of ‘the best nation’ (Khaier ul Umam). In the name of the holy Prophet (Sallal Laahu Alaiehi Wa Sallam) may HE bestow on us the real happiness of Eid.
Before greeting you on this occasion of Eid ul Fitr, I Kaukab Noorani Okarvi (Ghufira Lahu)  most humble, nothing more than a speck of dust would like to ask for forgiveness for all my mistakes and shortcomings in my attitude.
Allaah Kareem bless you with real Eid and real happiness.
EID MUBAARAK!
Kaukab Noorani Okarvi

Eid Mubarik Eid ul Fitr 2016

Eid ul Fitr 2016 We should not forget them our fellow Muslim families. How will they be celebrating this year?


We should not forget them our fellow Muslim families. How will they be celebrating this year? The people of Palestine Chechnya, Kashmir, Afghanistan and all those who lost their loved one due to terrorists attacks all over the world and people  who suffer throughout the year due to injustice.
These people are probably the last ones on our minds as we rush to finish our last minute gift shopping, pick out our outfit or decorate the house for the special occasion. While much of Eid is focused on how to make the holiday happy and special, especially for our children, we cannot neglect to share the pain of others on this day.



These are the people for whom Eid will mean settling into a refugee camp not decorating their homes. For thousands of them, Eid will mean trying desperately to find food for the day, not preparing a special meal for the family.
Also, don't forget to make Dua as an individual on Eid day, thanking Allaah Kareem for His blessings while praying for people suffering everywhere. Another way of sharing the pain and trying to help is by arranging to send gifts and sweets. Some relief organizations have programs in place to provide orphans, for instance, with new clothes, a gift and sweets on Eid day.

Ramadaan & Ahadees


The Holy Prophet Muhammad
[Sallal Laahu ‘Alaiehi Wa Sallam]
was the most generous among-st the people, and he used to be more so in the month of Ramadaan when Hazrat Jibraaeel  [Alaiehis Salaam] visited him, and He used to meet him on every night of Ramadaan till the end of the month. The Prophet  Muhammad
[Sallal Laahu ‘Alaiehi Wa Sallam]
used to be more generous than a fast wind
(which causes rain and welfare).

Ramadaan kareeem


Rasoolul laah [Sallal Laahu ‘Alaiehi Wa Sallam] has stated, "Eat Sahari because there is blessings in Sahari. The difference between our fast and the fast of the people of the book
(Christians and Jews), is the food we eat at Sahari."
(Bukhaari and Muslim)


Saying of our Beloved Prophet Muhammad [Sallal Laahu Alaieh Wa Sallam]

If people had known the reality of Ramadaan, my (Prophet's) Ummat would wish that the whole year may be Ramadaan

Tuesday, June 14, 2016

Ramadaan and Ahadees


Our Beloved Prophet Muhammad [Sallal Laahu Alaieh Wa Sallam] have said..
There are eight gates of Paradise and one of those is called "Raiyaan". The believers who observe fasts will enter into paradise from this gate.

Friday, June 10, 2016

Ramazan first jummah

THE WISDOM BEHIND FASTING
There are reasons and wisdom behind every single act in Islaam, no matter how small. It is possible to know the wisdom behind some acts, and for others we may never know. Salaat, for instance, is a daily training for purifying the believer and reminding him or her that he/she is a member in a community of believers. Fasting, on the other hand, is an annual institution containing all conceivable attributes for human excellence. It is a training for the body and soul, a renewal of life, encouraging the spirit of sharing and giving.
Self-Restraint (Taqwaa)

Allaah Kareem states: "O you who believe! Fasting is prescribed to you as it was prescribed to those before you that you may (learn) self-restraint." (Al-Qur'aan, 2:183)
This verse indicates the first lesson or wisdom to be gained in fasting is Taqwa (self-restraint  or the conscious  of Allaah  Almight. That is to say, fasting instills in the heart the essence of consciousness of the Creator, moral courage both in secret and manifest, guiding the heart, the seat of emotion from spoilage and moral indecency.
Fasting instills taqwaa or conscious of Allaah Kareem, and does so by controlling two aspects of the human body, which are the root causes of human downfall, namely the stomach and the private parts. The human body is constructed with the need to please the two of them and, in the process, man transgresses the rights of others, fellow human beings, and the commandments of Allaah Kareem are violated. By Fasting one raises the level of taqwa, thereby the person avoids the sins, which are detrimental to life itself.

Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Namaaz-Salaah

Rasoolul Laah [Sallal Laahu Alaieh Wa Sallam] was questioned concerning which actions were the most loved and closest to Almighty Allaah. He replied by saying: "To perform Namaaz in its appointed time, and he who leaves Namaaz has no Deen."

Friday, May 13, 2016

Parents in Islam Jihad

The Holy Prophet Muhammad [Peace be upon Him] has observed: “Let that man be disgraced, and disgraced again and let him be disgraced even more.” The Sahaabah’s inquired: “O Prophet of Rasoolul Laah [Sallal Laahu Alaieh Wa Sallam]!! Who is that man?” The Prophet said:
“I refer to the man who finds his parents old in age – both of them or one of them – and yet did not earn entitlement to Paradise by rendering good service to them.”
[Muslim Shareef]



Hazrat ‘Abdul laah ibn ‘Amr [Radiyal Laahu Anhu] relates that a person came to the presence of the Holy Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah Kareem he upon him) with the intention of participating in the Jihaad. The Holy Prophet enquired from him : “Are your father and mother alive?” He said “Yes, they are alive”. The Holy Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) said: “Go and render good service to them. This is the Jihaad”.
[Saheeeh al-Bukhaari, Muslim]

Love your Parents Hadees Shareef

Love your parents
Love your parents and consider this act as a privilege and a source of reward in the eternal world. Hazrat Ibn ‘Abbas [Radiyal Laahu Anhu] relates that the Holy Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) have said :

“The pious offspring who casts a single look of affection at his parents receives a reward from God [Allaah Kareem] equal to the reward of an accepted Hajj.” The people submitted: “O Rasoolul Laah  : If someone casts a hundred such glances of love and affection at his parents, what then?”



The Holy Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah  Kareem be upon him) observed;
“Yes, indeed, even if one does so a hundred times a day, he will get a hundred fold reward. Allaah Kareem Mercy is far greater than you imagine...[Muslim Shareef]
[Muslim]

Mothers in Islam


Mothers in Islam

Preserving the affection and respect of Parents is much emphasize in Islaam, and repaying this compassion with kindness is an obligation that is directly partnered with Tauheed:
{“…and your Lord ordained that you worship only Him, and that you treat your parents with excellence…”} [Al-Israa’; 23]
And disobedience to them is directly partnered with kufr.