Showing posts with label Roza. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Roza. Show all posts

Friday, April 5, 2024

Fasting a Universal Institution of the Religions of the Worlds

Fasting is a universal institution in as much as all the religions of the world. It is reported in Tafseer e Kabeer that fasting was compulsory on all the previous nations, from the nation of Hazrat Aadam [Alaiehis-Salaam] to the nation of Hazrat Ieesaa [Alaiehis-Salaam]
It has been practiced in different cultures around the world, from the Babylonians to the Incas, the Confucians, Jains, the Zoroaster Romans, the Babylonians, Assyrians followers of Hinduism, Confucius they have all practiced it. The philosophers, cynic, Stoic, Pythagorean or Neo-Platonic, left advice for fast. Great religious personalities throughout history have adopted fasting as the principal method of self-discipline.
Before the advent of Islaam, the institution of fasting was well established among the Christians and Jews living at that time.

Hazrat Nabi Moosaa [Alaiehis-Salaam] prepared himself to receive revelation from Almighty Allaah after forty days of fasting. The Jews observed an annual fast on the Day of Atonement in commemoration of the descent of Prophet [Moosaa [Alaiehis Salaam] from Mountain Sinai.
Fasting on the day of Ashooraah (10th Muharram) was compulsory for the nation of Hazrat Moosaa [Alaiehis-Salaam]
Hazrat Nabi Ieesaa [Alaiehis-Salaam] fasted for forty days in the desert and commanded his followers to fast.
Leaving the message that fasting and self control opens the door to a deeper, more intimate, more powerful relationship with God [Allaah Almighty].

SHAB E QADR- 2-5-Ramadaan /Ramadan- Hazrat Allaamah Kaukab Noorani Okarvi

Monday, March 18, 2024

Weak in Health and Reading Tarawih/Taraaweeh- Ramzan/Ramadaan Mubaarak- Zaeef Aur Kamzoor Afrad Ka Taraweh Parhna

Sunday, March 10, 2024

ہلال رمضان کا معاملہ متنازع کیوں؟ - RUET E HILAAL-MOONSIGHTING IN RAMADAAN -TV PROGRAM

Monday, April 17, 2023


Shab e Qadr

Wednesday, March 29, 2023

Which Things Breaks your fasts? Ramadaan -9- جن چیزوں سے روزہ ٹوٹتا ہے -JIN JEEZOUN SAY ROUZA TOOT TAA HAI?-KAUKAB NOORANI OKARVI

Thursday, April 21, 2022

Tribute to Hazrat Aishaah Sideeqah -[Radiyal Laah Anhaa]

Aisha siddiqa


Friday, April 8, 2022

Rahmat e Ramadaan/Ramzan -Hazrat Allaamah Kaukab Noorani Okarvi Special Transmission 2022

Ramadan 2022


Tuesday, April 28, 2020

The Meaning of Ramadaan-Excerpt Speech -Allaamah Kaukab Noorani Okarvi

The Meaning of Ramadaan
Q. 1: What is "Rozah" (Saum)?
Ramadaan comes from the Arabic root ramadaa, which means severe heat, as in the harsh heat of the sun scorching the earth.
The Holy Prophet Muhammad [peace be upon him] said:
"Surely, the month of Ramadaan has been named so because it scorches away the sins."
Through the properties of heat do metals become purified, relieved of impurities that weaken the metal and actually change its identity.

Ramadaan is a time of purification, a reawakening of our original identity
a way to filter out all that makes us captive to the things of this Duniyaa.[Temporarily world]

The Holy Qur-aan defines "Saum" as "patience" too which means "self-control, perseverance and determination". Thus Rozah (Saum) stands, according to Islaam, for guarding oneself against selfishness, sensual and carnal desires and protecting one's instinctive restraint and perseverance. Food, drink and relation between man and woman play very important role in human life that usually destroy human values and merits if not checked. Regulating and keeping oneself away from such human needs for a certain period is Rozah (Saum). But according to Shar'ee terminology "Saum" means conscious abstinence (of a Muslim) from food, drink from dawn to dusk with the sole intention of worship.

Saturday, April 25, 2020

Ieemaan Kaisa Hona Chaheye?