Showing posts with label Rabi ul Awwal. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Rabi ul Awwal. Show all posts

Tuesday, November 13, 2018

Eid Meelaad un Nabee- Proclaim the Blessing of your Rabb- Islam's First Eid -Allamah Kaukab Noorani Okarvi

Eid Meelaad un Nabee- Proclaim the Blessing of your Rabb- Islam's First Eid -Allamah Kaukab Noorani Okarvi

eid meelaad un nabee procaim blessing islam allama kokab noorani okarvi
And remember and proclaim the blessings of your Rabb
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)"...excerpt
Islam's First Eid-by Allamah Kaukab Noorani Okarvi

#Okarvi--# Milad #Meelad # Milad un Nabee #Rabi Ul Awwal #Kaukab Noorani Okarvi

Monday, December 21, 2015


In Soorah Maryam (part 16) the Holy Qur'aan speaks about Hazrat 'Ieesaa and Hazrat Yahya (Alaiehimus Salaam) thus:
"And (Salaam) salutations be on the day they were born, and the day they departed salutations this world, and the day when they will be raised up".
I would ask the propagandists at the "Honey Dew", if ALLAAH's salutation be on days when
Hazrat 'Ieesaa and Hazrat Yahya (Alaiehimus Salaam)
were born and departed and will be raised up, should they not be then counted among the
"Days of ALLAAH". All men of Faith believe these days to be the "Days of ALLAAH".
Woe be to the thinking that refuses to acknowledge the importance of the day of the birth of ALLAAH's Prophets. Even of the greatest of all Prophets, Hazrat Muhammad (Sallal Laahu Alaiehi wa Sallam), as the "Days of ALLAAH", and would not believe in expressing joy and giving thanks in remembrance of ALLAAH's greatest grace and mercy! And this after having seen that Allaah, as the Qur'aan says, sends His salutations on the day when Hazrat 'Ieesaa and Hazrat Yahya (Alaiehimus Salaam) were born. May ALLAAH Ta’alaa protects us from such deviations and such deviationist! Aameen.
Excerpt- ISLAAM'S FIRST EID- Hazrat Allaamah Kaukab Noorani Okarvi

This proves that the birthdays of Prophets (peace be upon them) are declared Blessed days by Allaah Kareem and Prophets themselves. It is for this reason that Prophets’ birthdays are very important and significant days.(Alaiehimus Salaam)

Every nation remembers birth or death of their guide/leader and arranges public meetings / gatherings so that successive generations of their people become aware of their leader and benefit from his life, personal traits and achievements. Such occasions help people in many ways, particularly in doing good deeds and remain united.
People also celebrate and remember important events of their history and show happiness and pride for their past achievements. The annual pilgrimage of Hajj is also a remembrance and celebration for all Muslims of the world who gather at Makkah al-Mukarramah, Mina, Arafaat and Madinah al-Munawwaraa and show their solidarity towards Islaam.
Quraan and Ahadees are full of the remembrance of the births of Prophets like  Hazrat Aadam ( علیھ السلا م ),  Hazrat Moosa ( علیھ السلا م ), Hazrat Ieesaa ( علیھ السلا م ),  Hazrat Yahyaa ( علیھ السلا م ), etc.
Similarly, we have been commanded by Qur'aan and Ahadees to celebrate Meelaad Un Nabi (صلى الله عليه و آله وسلم).
It is in Qur'aan –
اذْكُرُوا نِعْمَةَ اللَّهِ عَلَيْكُمْ إِذْ جَعَلَ فِيكُمْ أَنبِيَاءَ
(Meaning – Remember and express with gratitude the gracefulness of Allaah (سبحانہ و تعا لی) that He sent Prophets among you (Al-Maa’ida – 20).
In the above Quraanic verses Allaah (سبحانہ و تعا لی) has commanded people to celebrate the births of Prophets who were sent for the guidance of their nations. Therefore, the celebration of the Birth of Prophet Muhammad (صلى الله عليه و آله وسلم), as a show of gratitude and happiness towards Allaah (سبحانہ و تعا لی) is mandatory by the whole world as he was sent as mercy for all the worlds in this Cosmos.
It is in Quraan –
وَمَا أَرْسَلْنَاكَ إِلَّا رَحْمَةً لِّلْعَالَمِينَ
[ Meaning – We have not sent you (O’Prophet – صلى الله عليه و آله وسلم) except for the mercy on all the worlds] (Al-Ambiyaa-107).

FLAG PROOF -MEELAAD UN NABI -[Peace be upon Him]

 #Milad #Ahlesunnat #Islam

 #Milad #Ahlesunnat #Islam
Our Beloved Prophet [Sallal Laahu Alaieh Wa Sallam] and His Companions entered Madinah Munawwarah carrying flags:

While migrating to Madinah, when the Beloved and Blessed Prophet [Sallal Laahu Alaieh Wa Sallam] reached a place near Madinah, known as Mauda-e-Ghamim, Buraydaah Aslaami along with seventy horsemen from the tribe of Bani Sahm chased the caravan with the intention of capturing the Holy Prophet [Sallal Laahu Alaieh Wa Sallam] but he himself got captivated in the love of the Holy Prophet  and embraced Islaam. He said,
لا تدخل المدینة الا ومعك لواء، فحل عمامة ثم شدھا في رمح ثم مشی بین یدیه صلی الله علیه وسلم
Ya Rasoolul Laah! We will welcome you in Madinah with flags. Therefore, the horsemen took off their turbans, placed them on the top of their spears and moved to welcome him.Sub Haan Allaah.

 [Wafa al-Wafa, Vol. 1, Page 243, Published by Dar Ihyaa at-Turath al-Arabi, Beirut – Lebanon]

How I wish his Meelaad shall be with me for a long time- Hadees, #IbneJauzi

The famous authority on Hadees, Allamah Abdur Rahmaan Ibne Jauzi, [Rahmatul Laah Alaieh] has to say on the subject of Meelaad Un Nabi [Sallal Laahu Alaieh Wa Sallam]
And on page 28,in his Famous Book Meelaad ul Uroos
dedicated just to this subject says

Ya Maulidal Mukhtaari kam Laka Min Sana.
Wa Madaa'ihin Ta'lu Wa Zikrin Yuhmadu.
Ya Laita Toolad Dahri Indi Zikruhu.
Ya Laita Toolad Dahri Indi Mauladu.

("O Meelaad of the Prophet (Sallal Laahu Alaiehi wa Sallam)! You are mightily praised, and the praise is such that it is the most lofty and the remembrance is such that it is the most excellent; How I wish the remembrance of the Holy Prophet (Sallal Laahu Alaiehi wa Sallam) shall be with me for a long time! How I wish his Meelaad shall be with me for a long time!".) At the end of his booklet, Ibne Jauzi says:
 "Fala Zaala Ahlul Haramainish Shareefain Wal Misr, Wal Yemen, Wash Shaam Wa Saa'iri Bilaadil Arabi Minal Mashriqi Wal Maghribi Yahtafiloona Bimajlisi Maulidin Nabiyyi Alaihis Salaatu Was Salaam Wa Yafrahoona Biqudoomi Hilaali Rabi'il Awwali Biharkati Maulidin Nabiyyi
(Sallal Laahu Alaiehi wa Sallam)".
Islaam's First Eid-Excerpt-Hazrat Allaamah Kaukab Noorani Okarvi