Hadith-E-Qudsi Of the Day 21 Urdu



Wisdom of the Elderly:
The contents of Surah Luqman in the Qur’an also clearly shows the knowledge and wisdom of the elderly people. This Chapter `Luqman’ embodies the exhortations of Luqman the sage. These sermons which he delivered to his son, cover a wide range of behavioral aspects of a man’s life. If truly acted upon, these can go a long way in strengthening ties between various strata of society.
Wisdom of the elderly is universally recognized. H. I. Hayakawa asserted: “There is only one thing that age can give you, and that is, Wisdom.”
Imam Ali (AS) maintained: “The advice of old-men is dearer than the bravery of young men.”
Therefore, in the first place, it is this distinction (of wisdom), which makes the elderly among us worthy of reverence.
Anas reports from the Holy Prophet (SAW), as saying: “If a young man shows respect to an old-man on account of his old-age, Allah will create for him at his old-age someone who will show him respect, too.”
Manifestation of respect for elders may take different forms, like: helping them in their day-to-day chores, speaking to them with a greater degree of politeness, ignoring their harshness, following their advice, looking after their socio-economic needs, saving them from physical hardship.
Abu Umamah reported that the Messenger of Allah (SAW) one day came out leaning on a staff. We all stood up for him. However, Islam condemns a person who wishes that others should stand up for him to show respect. The Prophet (SAW) warned: “Whoever is pleased that people should show him respect by standing, let him seek his abode in the fire.”
Rights of Parents:
Among all the elders of a man, the rights of his parents enjoy the most distinguished place. The Bible and Torah, require that parents should be respected. In addition, the Qur’an provides detailed instructions in the matter. In Islam duties towards parents rank only next to duties towards Allah. This fact is abundantly clear from the following Qur’anic Verse in which commandments about worshipping Allah have been immediately followed by emphasis on showing kindness to parents. It says: “Your Lord has decreed that you should worship none but Him, and show kindness to your parents...” (17:23)
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Hadith-E-Qudsi Of the Day 20 Urdu



1. To worship Allah alone: This means to recognize Allah as the ultimate reality and to recognize Allah as the Lord, to worship Him with all sincerity and to submit to Him in every aspect of life. A Muslim's life is nothing but total commitment to Allah. We are not only monotheists (people of Tawhid) but we are also theocentric people. Allah is the center of our life and He is our total and ultimate concern.
2. To be respectful and kind to the parents: This is to acknowledge the compassion and kindness of the parents, to be grateful to them and to do one's utmost to reciprocate that love and compassion. Filial piety and devotion is the second most important commitment of Muslims. Respect and kindness to parents is not just a social duty for us; it is our religious duty and obligation.
3. To be good to your relatives, to the poor and the travelers: This is to remember that we are interconnected in this world. Our responsibilities are not only towards ourselves and our immediate families, but also to other relatives and to the society at large. We are all in need of each other and we are all fellow travelers in this path of life. We must see what we can do for others. Muslims must live a socially responsible life. Social responsibility begins with the family, other relatives and it includes all those who are in need.
4. To be careful with your money and not to waste your resources: One should be neither too tight with one's money nor too lose with it. Extravagance is not right, but also one should not become stingy and miserly. A Muslim is committed to the balanced life style. Money should be earned in Halal (lawful) ways and it should be spent in the right manner. This principle can be applied to all resources that Allah has given us. Wise and conscientious use of resources is a very important commitment of Muslims.
5. To take good care of your children: As we recognize the rights of the parents, we should also recognize the rights of children. Our children are our future. We must see that we raise healthy, intelligent and morally responsible children. Our commitment should be to raise them in safe and healthy environment. We must protect their life as well as their sprit and mind, their morals and manners.
6. To steer clear of adultery and illicit relations: Sexual perversions bring the greatest harm to individuals and societies. Observing the proper rules in this matter lead to health, happiness and good moral society. Muslims are committed to pure, clean and socially responsible life style. Islam teaches that one should not come even close to adultery or fornication. This means proper dress code for males and females, proper behavior in mixed societies and proper control on social relations and entertainment.
7. To respect every life and not to kill anyone unless in the pursuit of justice: This means that one should recognize the sanctity of all life and should not do anything that may jeopardize life. One should avoid aggression and violence, because these things lead to murder. Every Muslim must be committed to peaceful ways. Conflicts should be resolved by dialogue and negotiations, not by killings and murders. However, justice must be maintained, because just punishment brings safety and protects life.
8. To take care of the orphans: Orphans and all those who are vulnerable must be taken care of. Their rights must be recognized and they should be protected from all harms. A Muslim must be deeply committed to the care of young, poor, infirm and handicapped. Kindness and compassion is the basic commitment of a Muslim. It includes every one, including the animals.
9. To fulfill the promises and your commitments: Promises and contracts are an important part of human life and human civilization. When promises are not kept, people lose trust in each other and the whole society becomes weak. Muslims must be true to their words. Our commitment must be to speak the truth, to be honest and when we make a pledge we do our best to fulfill our pledges.
10. To be honest in business dealings and not to cheat in weight or measurement: Honest business brings progress, success and blessings. All business whether it is commercial, social or political must be done with a sense of justice and fairness. A Muslim is committed to fair dealing in everything and with every one. Dealing with a Muslim means dealing with full confidence. A Muslim businessman is the most truthful businessman. A Muslim worker is the most honest worker. A Muslim in any profession should bring honor to that profession.
11. To do things with knowledge and not to follow the hearsay or act on half- knowledge: The information agencies, the media have a great responsibility. A lot of injustice is done when the misinformation is given or the information is misused. Muslims should be committed to truth in information. They should promote truthful and honest reporting about everyone including their enemies. A report coming from a Muslim source should be the most trustworthy report. In a similar way Muslim should be extremely careful with their actions and reactions. They should not react without proper evidence against anyone. They should show the world how the information is ascertained.
12. To be humble and have no arrogance: Moderation and balance is the best thing in one's behavior as well as in one's attitudes toward others. A Muslim is a dignified person, but he/she is humble. A Muslim is not boastful, arrogant or vainglorious. A Muslim thanks Allah for all His gifts. For everything the ultimate praise is for Allah and the real glory belongs to Allah.
These are the basic commitments of Muslims, as individuals and as people. These are the principles of wisdom and the universal values of Islam. When they are followed they bring justice, peace and happiness in this world and they will indeed bring success and salvation in the Hereafter. Let us all try to make these our real commitments."
Answer
duties of true Muslim are
1- to be useful and productive and helpful in society
2- not to hurt any one or himself/herself or any animal
3- to obey God's orders
4- to be kind, forgiving, peaceful, and just in dealing with people and/or problems
and more if we write 'em in detail but these are the general head lines
and rights of Muslim is to live in peace in a friendly society
that's it ! it's that simple.
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Hadith-E-Qudsi Of the Day 19 Urdu



Thank you Allah
I testify that there is no god except Allah, the One Who has no partner, and that Muhammad is His slave and Messenger
You are my Lord (Allah SWT) and I am Your slave
All thanks to God, Whose blessings make possible all good deeds. He has guided us to this and without Him we would not be guided. Peace be upon the Prophet, who was sent as a mercy to the universe and a witness on all people, Muhammad, our beloved imam. Peace be upon his companions, those who followed his guidance, and struggled in his jihad to the Day of Judgment.
God has granted us the greatest gift known, and that is the gift of guidance to his religion, the complete and final religion. The Holy Quran says: "The day I have perfected your religion for you, completed my favor upon you, and have chosen for you Islam as your religion."
In the name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful.
All praise is due to Allah, the Lord of the Worlds.
The Beneficent, the Merciful.
Master of the Day of Judgment.
Thee do we serve and Thee do we beseech for help.
Keep us on the right path.
The path of those upon whom Thou hast bestowed favors. Not (the path) of those upon whom Thy wrath is brought down, nor of those who go astray. [the Holy Quran- Sura # 1,Aayat 1-7] - AMEEN
"Say: we believe in God and in what has been revealed to us, and what was revealed to Abraham, Isma'il: Isaac, Jacob and The Tribes, and in (the Books) given to Moses, Jesus and the Prophets, from their Lord: We make no distinction between one and another, among them, and to God do we bow our will (in Islam)." (Qur'an, Al-Imran 3:84)
"So, verily, with every difficulty, there is relief."-[THE HOLY QURAN,094.005]
"If Allah is your protector, none can overcome you, and if He forsakes you, then who can help you? Trust Allah and have faith in His sovereign power" [Qur'an, Al-Imran, Surah 3:160]
"Faint not nor grieve for you will overcome them if you are (indeed) believers." [Qur'an, Aal -e-imraan-3, Aayat 139]
"And say "O my Lord! I seek refuge with Thee from the suggestions of the Evil Ones.And I seek refuge with Thee O my Lord! lest they should come near me." [Qur'an, AL-MUMENOON 023.097-98]
"O ye who believe! Fear Allah and be with those who are true (in word and deed)." [Qur'an, Al-Tauba,009.119]
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Hadith-E-Qudsi Of the Day 18 Urdu



How often do we experience argument, quibbling, and even ugly dissention because somebody did not do the right thing the right way or did not do it enough! Somebody did not recite the Qur'an correctly; somebody did not pray properly; somebody did not have right size of beard or right length of pajamas! Aren't these things important? Shouldn't we do things the way it should be done? Yes, they should be. Islam does emphasize "Amali Salihat" (righteous deeds) and we should never feel that we have done enough.
However, everything, including good deeds, has its proper place. Overdoing it may just be contrary to the intent of Islam and our Benevolent Rabb. Those who elevate the matters of Aqeedah and good deeds to such a level that they do not hesitate to publicize their own correctness or righteousness and put down others actually have a gross misunderstanding about Islam and what it desires from people.
Allah did not create human beings to be perfect. Imperfection is the essence of human existence and it is beautifully illustrated in the Qur'an through the story of Adam and Hawaa. What then is the difference between Satan and human being. Satan transgressed against Allah by refusing to prostrate before Adam and then, instead of mending and repenting, became arrogant and rebelled. Adam and Hawa, on the other hand, transgressed too, but they mended and repented; they were forgiven and blessed. Thus, Allah wants us to be at our best, but He does not expect us to be perfect. Indeed, there is stern warning for those perfectionists, who not only does not realize their own imperfections, but actually look down upon others due to their imperfections. This imperfection is no small matter to our Benevolent Rabb; indeed, He would not have it any other way!
Prophet Muhammad (s) said, "[O people! Had you not sinned, Allah would have created a people that would have sinned, and asked for forgiveness from Him so that He would have forgiven them." [Sahih Muslim, Kitab at-Taubah, #6622]
This is not a license to sin, but a categorical affirmation that Allah does want our best effort in the direction of what is right and good, but He definitely does not expect perfection from us. If so, then it is easy to understand why, despite so much emphasis on good and righteous deeds, ultimately our salvation is not determined by our good deeds alone. Even Prophet Muhammad (s) would not be saved by his good deeds. What then is the ultimate and true determinant of our salvation?
Narrated Abu Hurairah: Allah's Apostle (p) said, "The deeds of anyone of you will not save you (from the hellfire)." They said, "Even you, O Allah's Apostle?" He said, "No, even I, unless and until Allah bestows His Mercy on me. Therefore, do good deeds properly, sincerely, and moderately, and worship Allah in the forenoon and in the afternoon and during a part of the night, and always adopt a middle, moderate, regular course whereby you will reach your target." [Sahih al-Bukhari; Vol. 8, #470]
If our righteousness and good deeds make us arrogant and induce us to seek fault with others, then we indeed are headed in the wrong direction. Good deeds are very important to us, not merely because they are good for us, but more importantly because they reflect goodness in us. Out of all the good deeds we do, it might just be one good deed that truly reflects the goodness Allah likes in us, and we will be saved. That is why Islam is a source of hope not for just those advanced in good deeds, but also for those who are seriously deficient as well.
Abu Hurairah reported the Apostle of Allah (p) as saying: "A man never did a good deed but removed a thorny branch from the road; it was either in the tree and someone cut it and threw it on the road, or it was lying in it, he removed it. Allah accepted this good deed of his and brought him into Paradise." [Sunan Abu Dawood; Vol. 3, #5225]
Once again, the idea behind this Hadith is not that we should do just one good deed to save ourselves. Rather, we should be good and do good deeds, particularly being kind to others - human and non-human. For Allah, may be just one such accepted good deed is all that matters. In the above Hadith, it is most likely that the person was not doing that good deed consciously seeking salvation. But it truly reflected goodness in that person.
Let us try to be good and have right creeds and let us try to be the best we can as believers and do as much good deed as possible, but let us also remember that despite our best of good deeds, we have no hope except with mercy and compassion from our Benevolent Rabb. If we believe that certain things are right and good, and if we like others to emulate us, then let us pursue so by being kind and nice, rather than through bickering and self-righteous arrogance. After all, "Allah is Kind and He likes kindness in everything." [Hadrat Aishah, Bukhari/Muslim, reported in Riyadus Saleheen, #633] Therefore, let us not subject ourselves to hair-splitting scrutiny, because the Prophet (s) said: "A person who would be thoroughly scrutinized (on the Day of Judgment by Allah) is ruined." [Hadhrat A'isha, Sahih Muslim, #6874].
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Hadith-E-Qudsi Of the Day 17 Urdu



Anyone who has been granted four attributes will not be deprived of their (four) effects; one who prays to Allah and implores to Him will not be deprived of granting of his prayers; one who repents for his thoughts and deeds will not be refused acceptance of the repentance; one who has atoned for his sins will not be debarred from salvation and one who thanks Allah for the Blessings and Bounties will not be denied the increase in them.
The truth of these facts is attested by the Holy Qur'an As far as prayers are concerned He says Pray to Me and I shall accept your prayers. About repentance He says: Whoever has done a bad deed or has indulged in sin and then repents and asks for His forgiveness will find Allah most Forgiving and Merciful. About being thankful He says if you are thankful for what you are given, I shall increase My Bounties and Blessings. About atonement of sin He says Allah accepts the repentance of those who have ignorantly committed vice and then soon repent for it, Allah accepts such repentance's, He is Wise and Omniscient. 135. Daily prayers are the best medium through which one can Seek the nearness to Allah. Hajj is Jihad (Holy War) for every weak person. For everything that you own there is Zakat, and Zakat of your body is fasting. The Jihad of a woman is to afford pleasant company to her husband.
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Hadith-E-Qudsi Of the Day 16 Urdu



For example: "Can He make a rock so big - nothing can move it?" - If He did make a rock so big nothing could move it, would this mean He couldn't move it too? Or would it be impossible for Him to make something so big He couldn't move it?"
Allah tells us "Allah is capable of doing anything He Wills to do." It should be noted in Islam we understand Allah never Wills to do anything that would make Him no longer be Allah. That is to say, He would never die as this would mean He is no longer "The Eternally Alive" (one of His characteristics mentioned in the Holy Quran).
Therefore, He can make a rock (or anything else for that matter) so large or heavy - nothing in the entire universe can move it. As regards Allah "moving" it, He is not in the universe and He does not resemble His creation. Therefore, Allah is never subject to the Laws of the Creation because He is both the Creator and the Law Giver. Whenever He wants anything done, He merely says "Kun! Fayakun!" (Be! And so it will be!)
Speaking about Himself, Allah says:
The Originator of the heavens and the earth. When He decrees a matter, He only says "BE!" - and it is.
[Noble Quran 2:117]
She said: "O my Lord! How shall I have a son when no man has touched me?" He said: "So (it will be) for Allah (God) creates what He wills. When He has decreed something, He says to it only: "BE!" and it is.
[Noble Quran 3:47]
Verily, the likeness of Jesus before Allah (God) is the likeness of Adam. He created him from dust, then (He) said to him: "BE!" - and he was.
[Noble Quran 3:59]
It is He Who has created the heavens and the earth in truth, and on the Day of Resurrection He will say: "BE!", - and it shall become. His Word is the truth. His will be the dominion on the Day when the trumpet will be blown. All-Knower of the unseen and the seen. He is the All-¬Wise, Well-Aware (of all things).
[Noble Quran 6:73]
Verily! Our Word unto a thing when We intend it, is only that We say unto it: "BE!" and it is.
[Noble Quran 16:40]
It befits not Allah (in His Majesty) that He should beget a son. Glorified and Exalted is He. When He decrees a thing, He only says to it, "BE!" and it is.
[Noble Quran 19:35]
Verily, His Command, when He intends a thing, is only that He says to it, "BE!" and it is!
[Noble Quran 36:82]
He it is Who gives life and causes death. And when He decides upon a thing He says to it only: "BE!" and it is.
[Noble Quran 40:68]
Creation as we see from these verses, is not a difficult thing for God at all. He merely gives a Command and everything comes about according to His Will.
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Hadith-E-Qudsi Of the Day 15 Urdu



As for the obligation to follow him and obey his sunnah and follow his guidance, Allâh says, "Say: if you love Allâh, follow me and He will love you and forgive you your wrong actions." (3:31) "Believe in Allâh and His Messenger, the unlettered Prophet who believes in Allâh and His words. Follow him, perhaps you will be guided." (7:157) "No, by your Lord, they will not believe until they ask you to judge between them in what they disagree about and then they shall find in themselves no impediment touching your verdict, but shall surrender in full submission." (4:64) i.e. obey your judgement.
Allâh also says, "You have a good model in the Messenger of Allâh for one who hopes for Allâh and the Last Day." (33:21) Muhammad ibn 'Alî at-Tirmidhî said, "To take the Messenger as a model means to emulate him, follow his sunnah and abandon opposition to him in either word or action." Several commentators said words to that effect.
It is said that this was intended as a criticism of those who fail to follow him. Sahl said that the âyat from the Fâtihah (Sûrah 1), "The path of those whom You have blessed," means to follow the sunnah. Allâh commands this and promises they will be guided by following him by reason of the fact that Allâh has sent him with the guidance and the Dîn of the truth to purify them, teach them the Book and the Wisdom, and to guide them to the straight path.
In the first âyat mentioned, Allâh promises His love and forgiveness to those who follow the Prophet and prefer him to their own passions and inclinations. Soundness of belief is based on submission to the Prophet and satisfaction with his judgement and abandoning opposition to him.
It is related from al-Hasan al-Basrî that some people said, "Messenger of Allâh, we love Allâh," so Allâh revealed, "Say: if you love Allâh, follow me and Allâh will love you." (3:31) It is related that this verse was revealed about Ka'b ibn Ashraf and others. They said, "We are the sons of Allâh and His beloveds," (5:20) and "We are stronger in love for Allâh," (2:165) so Allâh revealed this âyat.
Az-Zajjaj says that the meaning of, "Say: if you love Allâh", is if you desire to obey Him, then do what He had commanded you to do since the love of the slave of Allâh and the Messenger lies in obeying both of them and being happy with what they command. Allâh's love for them is His pardon to them and His blessing them with His mercy. It is said that love from Allâh manifests itself in protection and success. Love on the part of the slaves manifests and in obedience.
A poet (Al-Mahmûd ibn al-Hasan al-Warraq):
Do you rebel against God when you claim to love Him?
By my life, this is an extraordinary example!
If your love had been true, then you would have obeyed Him.
The lover obeys the one he loves.
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Hadith-E-Qudsi Of the Day 14 Urdu



Man-made law
1. Men make laws when they feel the need; these laws start from a few and then grow in number over the years.
2. Man-made laws are not permanent; they can be changed according to the time and circumstances. For example, in a particular country at a particular time, drinking alcohol may be banned; but this can change when public pressure grows. The American Government once banned alcoholic drink but removed the ban after a time because it could not be applied.
3. Man does not have knowledge of the future. Hence, manmade laws cannot stand the test of time.
4. Man is a created being. His laws are the creation of the created.
5. Man-made laws may be suitable for a particular nation or country. They cannot be universal.
6. Men make laws to suit their own needs. Suppose members of parliament want to decrease the rate of tax on rich, they would do so, even if the majority of the people suffered and there was high unemployment in the country.
Shari'ah or The Creator, Allah's law.
1. Islamic Law is complete and perfect and covers all aspects of human life.
2. Shari'ah is permanent for all people all the time. It does not change with time and conditions. For example, drinking alcohol and gambling are not allowed under Islamic law. No-one can change this; it is a law that is valid for all time and for all places.
3. Allah is All-knowing and All-powerful; He is the most Wise and His laws are the best and are complete.
4. Allah swt is the Creator and His laws are for men, His creation.
5. Allah's laws are for all nations, all countries and for all time. They are universal.
6. Allah is above all needs. He is not dependent on anything, so His laws are for the good of all people and not for a few, selfish people.
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Hadith-E-Qudsi Of the Day 13 Urdu



ALLAH swt said in Quran: Al-Baqarah 2:152
“Therefore remember Me. I will remember you. Be grateful to Me and never show Me ingratitude"
ALLAH swt does not put any IF and BUT when we pray, instead we are bestowed with even what we do not even imagine to ask or get. If ALLAH swt loves us so much, we should be at least grateful to HIM for HIS blessings. The same thing is said in the verse mentioned above. ALLAh says if we remember ALLAh HE will remember us, if we are grateful to HIM HE will bless us with even more. This is what is meant by Ziker or remembrign ALLAH.
In another place ALLAh swt says: Al-Ahzab 33:41
"O you who believe, remember ALLAH with much remembrance."
The verse quoted above means that it will take us only to not forget the presence of ALLAH, if we want to be true believers. But if we are not, then we will not remember HIS presence and will never be able to save us from sins.
In surah ahzab, ALLAH swt says: 33:35
"And the men and women who remember ALLAH frequently, ALLAH has prepared for them forgiveness and great reward."
So, just by being remembering ALLAH swt, we can save us from hell fire because ALLAH swt has said in the above verse that those men and women who do not forget ALLAH swt in their daily matters, they will be rewarded.
In another place, it is said that : Al-Araf 7:205
"And remember your Lord by your tongue and within yourself, humbly and in awe, without loudness, by words in the morning and in the afternoon, and be not among those who are neglectful."
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Hadith-E-Qudsi Of the Day 12 Urdu



O mankind! Remember the grace of Allah upon you! Is there any creator other than Allah who provides for you from the sky (rain) and the earth? There is no deity [worthy of worship] except Him, how then are you turning away (from Him)? (Faatir 35:3)
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Hadith-E-Qudsi Of the Day 11 Urdu



Belief in the end-times or the last days is mandatory in Islam. It is listed as the fifth article of faith.
The Five articles of faith in Islam
1. God: He is One; his nature and qualities are chiefly revealed in his ninety-nine 'Most Beautiful Names'.
2. His angels: these include four archangels (e.g. Gabriel) and an indefinite number of ordinary
angels. There are also creatures between angels and men called jinn, some of which are good and
some evil.
3. His books: Scriptures were revealed to Adam, Seth, Enoch and Abraham, but these have now been lost. These are the main Scriptures: a. The Pentateuch (tawrat)
b. The Psalms (zabur)
(Both of these are said by Muslims to have been corrupted or misinterpreted by the
Jews.)
c. The Gospel (injil)
(said by Muslims to have been corrupted or misinterpreted by the Christians)
d. The Quran, revealed to Muhammad
4. His apostles: The Quran names twenty-eight apostles, most of whom are biblical characters.
The six greatest are Adam, Noah, Abraham, Moses, (Jesus) and Muhammad.
5. The Last Day: the day of judgment, when all will be judged according to their deeds, and
admitted to Paradise or to hell. Some summaries add the following two doctrines:
6. The predestination of good and evil by God.
7. The bodily resurrection of all people at the last day.
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Hadith-E-Qudsi Of the Day 10 Urdu



Anyone interested in getting the Reward of Sadaqah Jaariya (running charity)? Prophet Muhammad said in Sahih Muslim: It is reported By Abu Hurairah: That Prophet Muhammad said, "When a Person Dies all his Good deeds Cease Except for Three: A continuous Act of Charity, Beneficial Knowledge, and Righteous child who Prays for Him"
We have tentatively decided on a plot at Mira Road, Mumbai, India to Build a Islamic Centre of "ANSAAR-US-SUNNAH LIBRARY AND RESEARCH CENTRE".
And Allah say in Holy Qur'ân: "And you love wealth with much love! Nay! When the earth is ground to powder, And your Lord comes with the angels in rows, And Hell will be brought near that Day. On that Day will man remember, but how will that remembrance (then) Profit him? He will say: "Alas! Would that I had sent forth (good deeds) for (this) my life!" [Al-Qur'ân 89:20:24]
Prophet Muhammad the Messenger of Allah – Sal Allaahu Alayhi wa Sallam – said: “Whoever builds a Masjid, seeking the pleasure of Allah, Allah shall build a house for him in Paradise.” [Bukhari].
Allah, the Most High said: "Those who spend their wealth by Night and Day, in secret and in public, shall have their reward with their Lord. On them shall be no fear nor shall they Grieve." [Baqarah: 274]
“The likeness of those who spend their wealth in the way of Allaah, is as the likeness of a grain (of corn); it grows seven ears, and each ear is a hundred grains. Allaah gives manifold increase to whom he pleases.” [Sooratul-Baqarah 2:261]
“And whatsoever you spend of anything (in the cause of Allaah), He will replace it. He is the Best of those who grants sustenance.” [Soorah Saba‘ 34:39]
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Hadith-E-Qudsi Of the Day 9 Urdu



Allah says us not to curse others ,,, so if we say any curse or bad words to them , Allah becomes angry with us and will curse on us ,, so do not curse all other creatures ,, alwys be faithfull of Almighty Allah.One can be faithful to another person, and devote his entire life to his or her needs and desires, only if he feels a strong and sincere love for that person. Therefore, those whose bond of love is false can never experience the meaning of true faithfulness. It is important to notice here that, even if certain relationships are bound in love, those involved are far from understanding the true meaning of faithfulness and love that Allah describes in the Qur'an, because their bond is formed on criteria established by those ignorant of the morality of the Qur'an.A person can experience real love and devotion only when be comes to believe and grasp the greatness of Allah. Basically, a person must feel sincere love and faithfulness towards our Lord Allah. Those who experience these deep feelings for Allah will also experience a deep sense of love for those who are also practicing the kind of morality that is pleasing to Him. Therefore, real love can be experienced only among those who fear Allah and feel a true love and respect towards Him. The way disbelievers understand love,
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Hadith-E-Qudsi Of the Day 8 Urdu



Allah has not created us useless even Allah says us in Holy Koran that Allah has not created any thing in this world Useless. Only Allah who ful fill our desires and care all of us , and Only with His grace we pass our days and nights and He gives us power and wealth and food and thing which we need, so we should say thank to him and bow ourselves before Him. 
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Hadith-E-Qudsi Of the Day 7 Urdu



Allah made this Wealth for us and He created this for our Trial and................... we use this wealth for our needs , but we forget about its trial and we start to store this wealth and we also prevent this wealth from its originol Deserver , we made our homes much wide and forget this we have to go back to Allah where e have to answer about our behaviour with poor and needy people of this world.
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Hadith-E-Qudsi Of the Day 6 Urdu



Man is not created for any benefits for Almighty Allah, Almighty Allah has no need of any thing, He is One and Power full and He is not Impecunious  for nay thing from any creature that He only One has created , He created us only for Hymn   and we can not do Endamagement with His Divine  or Godhood  ,, So we should only praise for One Allah who is Almighty and Power full 
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Hadith-E-Qudsi Of the Day 5 Urdu




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Hadith-E-Qudsi Of the Day 4 Urdu



Love of This Temporary world is cause of damnation, we are provided sustenance from our Lord, but we do not say Thanks to Him, we are Forgetter  , of all his blessings, He, Allah, gives us all things which are necessary for our lives, Allah also hides our sins from others, but we make our sins Fun   and tells our friends proudly about our sins, how we are bad and Worst , May Allah forgive us.
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Hadith-E-Qudsi Of the Day 3 Urdu



Dear here is a Hadith E Qudsi 3 ,, Allah is the most Merciful for human beings, Allah always desires to free man from Hell and Satanic Traps, so Allah always helps us, or guides us by his special persons, called Prophets, in this Hadith, Allah says to save us from trap of this world, this world is to be ended and this is only a trap where Satan can easily cheat with humans and can throw them in Hell, remember this world is going to be end but in next world, there is no time, there is no limit of completion of any day, that world is endless.
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Hadith-E-Qudsi Of the Day 2 Urdu



Allah is Oru Father of all of us and He is controlling all ,, this hadees E Qudsi tells us that , Allah has no any need for evidences from us, with His own evidence He is the Creator of all and Muhammad PBUH is the Last Prophet of Allah and Allah says if someone thinks to get profit from any other except Allah than he should be out from the Skye's of Mine, if there is no Forbearance, Patience and Gratefulness from humans than they should search for New god but there is no any one but only One Almighty Allah.
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