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

Thursday, May 13, 2021

Eid Mubaarak Eid ul Fitr

HOW SHOULD A MUSLIM OBSERVE EID-UL-FITR


Eid-ul-Fitr refers to the festival after completion of fasting in the Month of Ramadaan. This auspicious occasion is celebrated on the 1st of Shawwaal ul Mukarram which is the 10th month of the Islaamic calendar. The festival of Eid-ul-Fitr is a manner of showing appreciation and gratitude to Almighty Allaah for all that He has bestowed upon us.

On the morning of Eid-ul-Fitr, Muslims throughout the world perform the traditional Eid Salaah, which is Waajib upon all Muslims. It is not permissible to miss the Eid prayer without any valid reason. With the exception of performing the Eid Prayer, there are also various actions which are desirable on the day of Eid

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These are:

to trim the hair and nails

to perform the Ghusl (Ceremonial Bath),


to use the Miswaak (special toothbrush),


to wear (if affordable) or good clean clothing, and to use Ittar (Perfume),


to perform the Fajr Salaah (morning prayer) in the nearest Mosque of your area,

to leave early to perform the Eid Salaah,

to give the Sadaqa-e-Fitr (Eid-ul-Fitr Charity) before the Eid Salaah,

to go by foot (if possible) for the Eid Salaah, and return home in another route,

to eat a few dates (preferably an odd number) or something sweet before going for Eid Salaah,and

to show happiness and gratification, to give charity in abundance, to walk modestly towards the Eid gathering, and to wish and congratulate one another after the Eid Prayer.

As much as Eid is a time of rejoicing, it is also a time of giving and sharing with those less fortunate than yourself. The Holy Prophet Muhammad [Sallal Laahu Alaieh Wa Sallam] would always be the first to congratulate the poor and the orphans. We should also try to be as kind as possible on this day to our fellow Muslims. The Holy Prophet [Sallal Laahu Alaieh Wa Sallam] has stated, "Smiling in the face of your brother is Charity."

Sunnah of Holy Prophet on the Eid Day [Sallal Laahu Alaieh Wa Sallam]

To eat an odd number of dates or anything sweet on the day of Eid ul Fitr.
To give Sadqah ul Fitr
To go to the place of Eid Salaah early
To use different routes to and from the place of Eid Salaah
To walk to the place of Eid Salaah (If it is within walking distance because every step is reward)

Thursday, May 6, 2021

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.

ZAKAAT KAY FAZAAIL AUR MASAAIL (2-4)- جن پر ذکوٰۃ نہیں وہ چیزیں کیا ہیں؟ - Jin Par Zakat Nahi



Saturday, May 1, 2021

ZAKAAT KAY FAZAAIL AUR MASAAIL (1-4)- ذکوٰۃ کن پر لازم ہے؟ Zakaat Kin Par Lazim Hai?



Shohar Par Biwi Kay Haqooq-The Rights of Husband on his Wife..



ALLAAH IS GHAFOOR TO PROPHETS صلى الله عليه و آله وسلم UMMATTI



03- WAAQI'YAH GHAZWAH E BADR - مسلمانوں کی مدد - Musalmanoon Ki Madad



WAQIAAH GHAZWA-E-BADAR (1)- اور بے شک اللہ تعالیٰ نے تہماری مدد فرمائی بدر میں



05- Hazrat Aishah Siddeeqah رضی اللہ عنہ Ki Shaan - حضرت عائشہ صدیقہؓ کی شان



WAQIAAH GHAZWAH-E-BADAR (4)- مسلمانوں کی فتح اور مال غنیمت - Musalmanon Ki Fatah Aur Maal-e-Ganeemat



THE CONQUEST OF MAKKAH-20TH RAMADAAN



THE CONQUEST OF MAKKAH-20TH RAMADAAN 
After having entered the city, the Holy Prophet offered prayer of thanks in the Masjid-ul-Haraam to the Almighty Allaah Who, out of His immense grace, had granted him a most splendid and most peaceful victory over a cruel enemy.

 GENERAL FORGIVENESS:
None could be more anxious to avoid bloodshed than Prophet Muhammad . He, therefore, proclaimed amnesty to the people who had persecuted and tortured him and his followers and had even made several attempts on his life. But he is the Rahmat-ul-lil Aalameen. The Blessing unto the worlds, and even his deadliest enemies were to be forgiven.
"There shall no retaliation against you this day,"
He also declared. He asked Aboo Sufiyaan, once his arch enemy to proclaim: "he who takes refuge in the house of Aboo Sufyaan is safe: whoso closes the door of his house, the inmates thereof shall be in safety, and he who enters the Sacred Mosque of the Ka-'abah is safe."
It was in this spirit of clemency that the Holy Prophet was to enter the city of Makaah.

THE KA'BAA IS PURIFIED:
The Holy Prophet in unison remembrance of Allaah Al Kareem got up and proceeded towards Ka'baa, the Sacred House. It was to be cleaned and made for ever an emblem of the oneness and Supremacy of Allaah Al Kareem as well as the unity of Muslims. It was unfortunately occupied with 360 idols. Prophet Muhammad knocked them down with the help of  Hazrat Ali [Radiyal Laahu Anhu] and recited the verse of the Holy Quraan:
 "Please declare, the Truth has come and falsehood has vanished. Surely falsehood is ever-vanishing". (Al-Quraan -) 


 BROTHERHOOD OF MANKIND.

The Holy Prophet also imprinted upon the minds of the people the pragmatic value of this fundamental principle of Islaam, i.e., Divine Unity and human integrity. There is no distinction between man and man. All are equal, because they are descendants of the same parents. Superiority of one over another in this vast "brotherhood does not depend on nationality, wealth or rank but on one's piety, straightforwardness, sincerity and conscious adherence to the command of Allaah Al Kareem in the Holy Quraan.


Praying in Kabaa direction is a symbolic act of unity for the Muslim nation epitomizing the essence of Islaam- worshiping the One and only God.