Special Programme, at Musjid ut Taqwa on November 30, 2017


Poetry: Salaam us par

The poetry 'Salaam us par' is a panorama of various scenes and aspects of the Seerah, from which important lessons are learnt. A salient aspect of the Seerah of our beloved Rasool (SAW) is that he was a champion of the weak and downtrodden. Nabi-e-Kareem (SAW) chose poverty for himself, despite his lofty rank as the undisputed King of both worlds, out of compassion and for the consolation of the poor of his Ummah. He would immediately give whatever wealth he received in the path of Allah, not keeping anything for himself. He is that personality who went through great difficulty, and took wounds on his Mubarak body to spread the word of Allah SWT. Nabi-e-Kareem (SAW) is the pride of humanity, yet his life is an absolute lesson of humility and simplicity. He put his life at risk in the battlefield, and when his Mubarak blood was spilled, raised his hands in dua for the Hidayah of his enemy. His generosity knew no bounds and Nabi-e-Kareem (SAW) would never refuse a request. We cannot resemble Nabi-e-Kareem (SAW) in outward appearance as he was the most beautiful; but, we can try to resemble his inner qualities and make a concerted effort to adopt his Akhlaaq and ways. By emulating the character and conduct of Nabi-e-Kareem (SAW) we becomes those ëmagnetsí which will attract the heartsí of people to this beautiful Deen!

Duration Naat - Hfz R Arbee: 00:09
Duration Main: 00:37
Duration Naat - Qari Naeem: 00:05
Duration Durood - Qari Naeem: 00:03
Duration Zikr - Qari Naeem: 00:04
Duratio Dua- Qari Naeem: 00:03


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Poetry: Salaam us par

The poetry ‘Salaam us par’ is a panorama of various scenes and aspects of the Seerah, from which important lessons are learnt. A salient aspect of the Seerah of our beloved Rasool (SAW) is that he was a champion of the weak and downtrodden. Nabi-e-Kareem (SAW) chose poverty for himself, despite his lofty rank as the undisputed King of both worlds, out of compassion and for the consolation of the poor of his Ummah. He would immediately give whatever wealth he received in the path of Allah, not keeping anything for himself. He is that personality who went through great difficulty, and took wounds on his Mubarak body to spread the word of Allah SWT. Nabi-e-Kareem (SAW) is the pride of humanity, yet his life is an absolute lesson of humility and simplicity. He put his life at risk in the battlefield, and when his Mubarak blood was spilled, raised his hands in dua for the Hidayah of his enemy. His generosity knew no bounds and Nabi-e-Kareem (SAW) would never refuse a request. We cannot resemble Nabi-e-Kareem (SAW) in outward appearance as he was the most beautiful; but, we can try to resemble his inner qualities and make a concerted effort to adopt his Akhlaaq and ways. By emulating the character and conduct of Nabi-e-Kareem (SAW) we becomes those ëmagnetsí which will attract the heartsí of people to this beautiful Deen!