Special Programme, at Verulam on November 23, 2017


Nabi-e-Kareem (SAW) should is our role model in every aspect of life, as his Akhlaaq cannot be surpassed. When put together, the ‘flowers’ of the Sahabah-e-Kiraam RA descriptions of Nabi-e-Kareem (SAW) form a beautiful garden. Sayyidina Anas RA describes Nabi-e-Kareem (SAW) as the most beautiful, the most generous and the most courageous of all the people. His generosity exceeded the proverbial generosity of Hatim al-Tai, and was one of his outstanding qualities even before the advent of Deenul Islam. He never refused a request, and gave generously and cheerfully, regardless of his own needs. There are countless incidents showing his magnanamity, which extended to Muslim and non-Muslim alike. Nabi-e-Kareem (SAW) immediately made Waqf of the substantial wealth of seven orchards, which came into his possession, stipulating the income to be used for widows, orphans and Mujahideen. According to the great Jurist Ibn Qudamah (R), every Sahabi of the means left behind Waqf in emulation of Nabi-e-Kareem (SAW). The size of the plot of the grave is the same for both wealthy and poor, yet we can make our graves expansive by our generosity and charity! Every generation should leave behind sufficient Waqf to support our Institutions and cover all the different needs of the community.

Duration Naat - Hfz - R Arbee: 00:06
Duration Main: 00:44
Duration Naat & Zikr - Qari Naeem: 00:08
Dutration Dua - Qari Naeem: 00:02


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Special  |  23-11-2017  |  Verulam Jaami Masjid  |  Nabi-e-Kareem (SAW) should is our role model in every aspect of life, as his Akhlaaq cannot be surpassed. When put together, the ‘flowers’ of the Sahabah-e-Kiraam RA descriptions of Nabi-e-Kareem (SAW) form a beautiful garden. Sayyidina Anas RA describes Nabi-e-Kareem (SAW) as the most beautiful, the most generous and the most courageous of all the people. His generosity exceeded the proverbial generosity of Hatim al-Tai, and was one of his outstanding qualities even before the advent of Deenul Islam. He never refused a request, and gave generously and cheerfully, regardless of his own needs. There are countless incidents showing his magnanamity, which extended to Muslim and non-Muslim alike. Nabi-e-Kareem (SAW) immediately made Waqf of the substantial wealth of seven orchards, which came into his possession, stipulating the income to be used for widows, orphans and Mujahideen. According to the great Jurist Ibn Qudamah (R), every Sahabi of the means left behind Waqf in emulation of Nabi-e-Kareem (SAW). The size of the plot of the grave is the same for both wealthy and poor, yet we can make our graves expansive by our generosity and charity! Every generation should leave behind sufficient Waqf to support our Institutions and cover all the different needs of the community.