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Five Pillars of Islam

Five Pillars of Islam  The profession of Faith (Shahadah)  Prayer (Salah) Alms (Zakat) Fasting (Sawm) Pilgrimage (Hajj) What are The  Five Pillars of Islam Explained 5 pillars of Islam in English? 5 Pillars of Islam  Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu Alayhi Wa Sallam came to teach us many things and the most important of them are the five pillars of Islam do you know the five pillars let's say them together with number one a Shahada to say  ASH-HADU ANNA LA ILAHA ILLA ALLAHU WA ASH-HADU ANNA MUHAMMADAN ABDUHU WA RASULUHU which means there is no one worthy of worship except Allah and that Muhammad Sallallahu Alayhi Wa Sallam is his final messenger number two is salat the prayer the five daily prayers number three zakat to give the yearly charity number four ECM fast in the month of Ramadan and number five is Hajj going to Mecca and performing the pilgrimage Salah will be the first pillar that Allah will ask us about on the day of judgment so it is very important to pray on time and concen

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(61) Al-Mumeet Beautiful Names of our Rabb From 100 Names Of Allah


Meaning - The Giver of death.

SubhanAllah! Allah Al Mumeet, The Giver of death has given signs which can be seen all around us.

We saw people around us walking on the surface of the earth along with us but now buried inside the earth.

We witness leaves turning from green to yellow and then their fall.

There are signs around us about withering away and death.

We see day altering into night and night into day, symbolizing that there will be death and we will again be alive for our final and eternal life.

People consider death as an end, death is actually a transfer from this world to another realm and space called aalaam e barzakh till the day when we will be resurrected again for the judgment and life of the hereafter.

Allah Al Mumeet will make each and every one of us to taste death but sadly we live on this earth as if we will never die.

I have recently witnessed a person who had lost his mother, he prayed a lot for his mother's life, but his mother returned to Allah, to whom we belong and all will return. That man was deprived of the concepts of Islam about life and death and fell into the verge of kufr (rejecting Allah's existence). 

Death of a loved one may cause pain but as believers, we should know that we all will die and Allah is Al Mumeet - The Giver of death which is not the end but the transition phase for another life after death which will be eternal, the life of the hereafter.

"Every soul has to taste death. It is on the Day of Judgement that you shall be paid your rewards in full. So, whoever has been kept away from the Fire and admitted to Paradise has really succeeded. The worldly life is nothing but an illusionary enjoyment."

(Holy Quran 03:185)

Death is inevitable and unpredictable, it is said -

“If you awaken then do not expect the evening, and if you sleep then do not expect the morning…and take from your life (provision) for your death.”

Allah Al Mumeet has made our every breath a step towards death.

We should remember Allah subhanahu wa ta'aala with this beautiful attribute of Al Mumeet often as this will enable us not to fall into the trap of the world's deception.

The life in this world is meant to prepare for the hereafter and death is the phase we have to witness to be eternal for the hereafter and it is inevitable.

There is a famous story about a man.

I would like to cite it here as it is an inspiring parable of life and death.

"Once a man saw in his dream, that a lion was chasing him. 

The man ran to a tree, climbed on it, and sat on a branch. He looked down and saw that the lion was still there waiting for him. The man then looked to his side, the branch he was sitting on, he saw two rats were circling around and eating the branch. One rat was black and the other one was white. It appeared the branch will fall on the ground very soon. 

The man then looked below again with fear and discovered that a big black snake had come and settled directly under him. The snake has opened its mouth right under the man so that he will fall into it. 

The man then looked up, to see, if there was anything that he could hold on to. He saw another branch with a honeycomb. Drops of honey were falling from it. The man wanted to taste one of the drops. So, he put his tongue out and tasted one of the falling drops of honey. The honey was amazing in taste. 

So, he wanted to taste another drop and then another and as a result, he got lost into the sweetness of the honey. He forgot about the two rats eating his branch away, the lion on the ground, and the snake that is sitting right under him. 

Suddenly when the branch broke he remembered all the dangers and woke up from his sleep.

It was interpreted that the lion he saw was his death. 

The two rats, one black and one white, were the night and the day. The Black one is the night and the white one is the day. They circled around, coming one after another, to eat the time, taking closer to death. 

The big black snake with a dark mouth was the grave. It's there, just waiting for the fall into it. 


The honeycomb is this world and the sweet drops of honey were the luxuries of this world. We like to taste a little bit of the luxuries of this world and they are sweet and tempting. Then we want to taste little more and then more. Meanwhile, we get lost into it and we forget about our time, we forget about our death and we forget about our grave."

Such a thought-provoking parable about life and death.

We should prepare for the meeting with our Rabb, Allah Al Mumeet by doing good deeds and by not associating anyone in His worship, in His Lordship by following His shari'ah (legislation on all levels). 

May Allah Al Mumeet, The Giver of death, bless us with death when He is well pleased with us. Ameen.

(62) Al-Hayy Beautiful Names of our Rabb From 100 Names Of Allah


Meaning - The Ever-Living.

Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) used to pray when he would be afflicted with a stressful trial -

يَا حَيُّ يَا قَيُّوْمُ بِرَحْمَتِكَ أَسْتَغِيْث

“O Living and Eternal Sustainer! By Your mercy I seek relief!” - (Tirmidhi)

We are living in times where we see turmoil everywhere. It seems as if we are living in the times of which the following hadith had predicted.

Thawban (r.a) related that Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said: "The nations are about to call each other and set upon you, just as diners set upon food." It was said: "Will it be because of our small number that day?" 

He (peace be upon him) said:

"Rather, on that day you will be many, but you will be like foam, like the foam on the sea. And Allah will remove the fear of you from the hearts of your enemies and will throw wahn into your hearts." Someone said: "O Messenger of Allah! What is wahn?" He (peace be upon him) said: "Love of the world and the hatred for death."

SubhanAllah! We can see how the disbelievers, the colonialists have divided the conquered lands of the Muslims between themselves, just like diners when gathered around their dish - what do they do? Each of them take their portion until he is satisfied. The parable of food is also very remarkable here as the food on the table never fights back, nor resists if someone wants to eat it. Seems, same has happened with us.

The enemies don't fear us anymore, they know that we won't resist as we ought to with resources.

The love of Dunya (world) and hatred of death (wahn) has caused us not to speak the truth, not to account for the tyrant rulers, and has made us mute to build the pressure on armies to mobilize for liberating the oppressed.

We need to glorify our Rabb with this beautiful attribute - Al Hayy - The Ever-Living, so that we can understand that we all will die and only Allah is Ever-Living, no matter how much we love this Dunya or hate death, death is inevitable and this Dunya will perish too. So why fear death and love this life to our own destruction?

May Allah Al Hayy, The Ever-Living bless our distressed hearts in such turbulent times, may Al Hayy bless our lives with such a tranquillity that we never die in despair from His mercy, irrespective of all the apparent odds against us.

May Allah Al Hayy, The Ever-Living bless this blessed ummah with a life worth living and death worth dying for. 

May we understand that our life is only honorable if we live and die to uphold the words of Al Hayy - The Ever-Living!

(63) Al-Qayyoom Beautiful Names of our Rabb From 100 Names Of Allah


Meaning - The Self Subsisting One. The Sustainer.

Allah says, citing His attribute Al Qayyoom -

"And [all] faces will be humbled before the Ever-Living, the Sustainer of existence (Al Qayyoom) And he will have failed who carries oppression."

(Holy Qur'an 20:111)

SubhanAllah! We as the slaves of Allah Al Qayyoom should try not to be among those who carry out oppression.

When we talk about the oppression we have a very limited understanding of it, we never think of oppression in terms of associating partners with Allah Al Qayyoom, in His Lordship, in His attributes, in His legislation which is called shirk!

Allah Al Qayyoom says in Surah Luqman verse no. 13

إِنَّ الشِّرْكَ لَظُلْمٌ عَظِيمٌ

"Verily, associating partners with Me is the biggest oppression."

We live in a man-made system, meaning a system ruled 'by the people and 'for the people'. We need to understand that it is contrary to Islam because the rule is for Allah, the Most High, the Almighty, The Self Subsisting alone, and it is not permissible to give legislative rights to any human being, no matter who he is. 

Undoubtedly the man-made system is one of the modern forms of shirk, in terms of obedience and following, or legislation, as it denies the sovereignty of The Creator and His absolute right to issue laws, and ascribes that right to human beings who decide as per the whims and desires of the majority. For example, if the majority wants homosexuality as legal, then it will become legal, and if the majority wants that alcohol should be allowed then it will be allowed with the taglines like "don't drink and drive" or "don't drink if you are below 18 years of age", so this is how, the man-made laws have the sovereignty and they change as per the desires of the majority. 

Islam has declared that Allah Al Qayyoom is the sole Legislator. To Him alone, the people must submit their whims and desires. 

Allah Al Qayyoom said, 

إن الحكم إلا لله 

“The ruling lies only with Allah” 

(Holy Qur'an, Yusuf:67) 

After the revelation of Islam, it is not allowed for Muslim men and women to abandon the laws of Islam and make laws according to their whims and desires instead. 

Allah Al Qayyoom said,  

“It is not for a believer, man or woman when Allah and His Messenger have decreed a matter that they should have any option in their decision” 

(Holy Qur'an, Al-Ahzab 33:36). 

Islam does not allow a ruler to rule by other than what Allah Al Qayyoom has revealed. 

Allah Al Qayyoom has said, 

“And whosoever does not rule by all that which Allah has revealed, such are the oppressors.”

(Al-Maidah 05:45)

We as slaves of Allah Al Qayyoom should identify the modern forms of shirk (associating partners with Allah) so that we are not counted among those who are oppressors and great losers. Ameen

(64) Al-Waajid Beautiful Names of our Rabb From 100 Names Of Allah


Meaning - The Great Finder.

The root word of this beautiful attribute of Allah (SWT) is found in Surah Ad Duha where Allah Al Waajid says -

“Has He
not found you an orphan and given you a shelter? And found you wandering, and guided you? 
And found you poor and enriched you?” 
(Holy Qur'an, Surah Ad Duha, 6-8) 

Allah Al Waajid - The Great Finder is comforting Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) when Allah Al Waajid 'found' Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) disappointed on the cessation of the divine revelation which had also intensified the malicious and mocking attitude of the unbelievers. 

Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) thought that he (PBUH) has been forsaken or maybe disliked by Allah (SWT) as there was a halt in the revelation for some time, and Prophet Muhammad  (PBUH) thought that he (PBUH) was no more a chosen one.

Allah Al Waajid 'found' Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) in this saddening state and comforted him through the beautiful Surah Ad Duha, that Allah Al Waajid has neither forsaken nor disliked him (PBUH). And in this beautiful Surah, Allah Al Waajid reminded Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) that how Allah Al Waajid protected and sheltered him (PBUH) when He 'found' him (PBUH) an orphan. Allah Al Waajid made so many people kind to him (PBUH), especially his uncle Abu Talib, though he followed a different religion. 

Allah Al Waajid further mentions that He 'found' him (PBUH)  poor and made his (PBUH) heart rich with guidance and contentment and supported the Prophet (PBUH) through Khadija (r.a).

Allah Al Waajid also highlights how He 'found' him (PBUH) surrounded in an ignorant society, full of confused beliefs and concepts, where erring ways and practices abounded, and Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) was wandering for the right direction and didn't like the pagan beliefs, 
concepts and practices but could not find a clear and suitable way out. 

Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)
could find the way neither in the world of jahiliyyah (ignorance) nor with the followers of 
Prophet Moses (Moosa a.s) and Prophet Jesus (Isa a.s) whose followers adulterated their beliefs, distorted their original form and went astray. 
But Allah Al Waajid has guided  Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) through His revelations and the way of life He has laid down, establishing a firm bond between Him (SWT) and him (PBUH).
This guidance in the wilderness of disbelief and confusion is the greatest favor of them all. 
The happiness and reassurance it brings about cannot be matched.

SubhanAllah! Whenever we find ourselves in a state of helplessness then we should always remember that we are the slaves of Allah Al Waajid - 'The Great Finder', Who always 'finds' our state of helplessness, need, and despair.

When we find ourselves weak and low, then we should recite Surah Ad Duha often, contemplating how beautifully Allah Al Waajid is explaining His signs that whenever we find ourselves in times of helplessness we should always search for all those incidents in our lives when we were too weak and were about to break but we found that we were helped and saved by Allah Al Waajid who found us, our desperation and our need and has sheltered us with His love and care and protected us through different means.

(65) Al-Maajid Beautiful Names of our Rabb From 100 Names Of Allah

Meaning - The Glorious.

"Lord of the Throne, Glorious." 
(Holy Qur'an, 85:15)

SubhanAllah! My son was reading the story of Prophet Ibrahim (PBUH) from a book, he narrated that Prophet Ibrahim (PBUH) was saved from the blazing fire and it was made coolness and safety for him by Allah Al Maajid - The Glorious One.

Interestingly! We all have heard the story of Prophet Ibrahim (PBUH) a lot of times, but this time, a thought struck in my head that why Allah (SWT)  doesn't save the ordinary believing people when the heavy trials of burning and choking them to death are inflicted upon them by the tyrants of the times just because of their belief?

I sought refuge in Allah from such thoughts as I know and believe that we can't decode Allah's wisdom behind the events and I thought I will rather focus on the next beautiful name of Allah (SWT) rather than thinking on these lines.

As I was researching about where the beautiful attribute Al Maajid or the root word of it is mentioned in the Holy Qur'an, I came across that Allah Al Maajid has mentioned His Throne as Glorious in Surah al Buruj (Surah 85, verse 15) with the same root words of Al Maajid.

As we read this Surah, we will see that Allah (SWT) says in one of its verses -

“Have you heard the story of the hosts, of Pharaoh and 
(Holy Qur'an 85:17-18) 

Actually! This is a reference to two long stories that have been mentioned several times in the Holy Qur'an. 

Both stories are different manifestations of The Divine will.

Interestingly! These two different stories are mentioned along with the third one which is mentioned in the opening verses of the Surah al Buruj which points out the pit event.
The big pit was made by the tyrants to burn the true believers in the blazing fire.

In the same Surah (Surah Al Buruj) references to the heavens and the constellations (which translates to buruj) are referred to as the witnesses of the horrendous burning of the believers in the pit. The mention of the promised day (the judgment day) altogether imparts an aura of seriousness, concern, attention, and manner in which the pit event was referred to highlighting the wrath of Allah - The Supreme, The All-Powerful.

In the same Surah where Allah Al Maajid has mentioned the horrendous event of burning of believers in the pit by the tyrants, He has pointed the two different stories of Pharoah and Thamud.

-In the case of the story of  Pharoah,
the tyrant Pharaoh and his army 
were eliminated, the Children of Israel (the believers) were saved by Allah (SWT) and Allah (SWT) gave them the power to rule for a certain period.

-As for the Thamud, Allah (SWT) exterminated them and saved Prophet Salih (PBUH) along with his few followers. The believers in this instance did not establish a state of their own; they 
were merely saved from corrupt enemies.
-In the story of pit the believers were neither saved nor they established a state, only their undying faith lived and they died upon their belief as shaheed (martyrs) and the whole constellation (buruj), the heavens and the earth became the witness of their faith and firmness and they will be given justice on the promised day of the judgment.

Isn't it amazing how Allah The Glorious, Al Maajid directs our concerns through His Glorious Quran, Quran Majeed! 

- Believers can be saved and they may witness the established land  (like in case children of Bani Israel, they got authority).
- Believers can merely be saved and they won't be able to see anything as a state of established Islam (like in case of Thamud and Prophet Salih who didn't have a state)
-And believers might not be saved, they may be burn to death but the atrocities they endure are witnessed by the heavens and the earth and the constellations (al buruj) and they will become the witnesses to testify against the tyrants on the day of judgment! (Like in case of the believers who were thrown into the blazing fire pit and burned to ashes).

Three different stories pointed by Allah Al Maajid in one Surah, the same Surah which says that Allah is The Lord of the Glorious Throne.

Allah Al Maajid says in Surah Ibrahim - 
"Do not think that Allah is unaware of what the oppressors do. He only delays them until a Day when (their) eyes will stare in horror."
(Holy Qur'an 14:42)

Indeed! Insignificant becomes all glittering attractions of the world, meagre becomes all sufferings, and trivial becomes the treasured materials when the pleasure of the loving Lord of the Glorious Throne is desired!

May Allah Al Maajid allow us to be near His Glorious Throne in the hereafter. Ameen



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মহানবীর জন্ম ও মৃত্যু তারিখ, মহানবী হযরত মুহাম্মদ (সাঃ) - এর জন্ম ও বংশ পরিচয়

মহানবীর হযরত মুহাম্মদ সাঃ এর জন্ম ও মৃত্যু তারিখ, মহানবী হযরত মুহাম্মদ (সাঃ)  এর জন্ম ও বংশ পরিচয়  সম্বন্ধে বিস্তারিত ভাবে জানুন,  মুহাম্মাদ (সাঃ) ওনার উপর শান্তি বর্ষিত হোক মহানবীর জন্ম ও মৃত্যু তারিখ, মহানবী হযরত মুহাম্মদ (সাঃ) - এর জন্ম ও বংশ পরিচয় মহানবী হযরত মুহাম্মদ (সাঃ) - এর জন্ম ও বংশ পরিচয় ★★★ নবী জীবনকে আমরা প্রধান দু’টি ভাগে ভাগ করে নেব- মাক্কী জীবন ও মাদানী জীবন। মক্কায় তাঁর জন্ম, বৃদ্ধি ও নবুআত লাভ এবং মদীনায় তাঁর হিজরত, ইসলামের বাস্তবায়ন ও ওফাত লাভ। অতঃপর প্রথমেই তাঁর বংশ পরিচয় ও জন্ম বৃত্তান্ত। রাসূলের মাক্কী জীবন: হযরত মুহাম্মদ সাঃ এর বংশ পরিচয়: ইবরাহীম (আঃ)-এর দুই পুত্র ছিলেন ইসমাঈল ও ইসহাক্ব। ইসমাঈলের মা ছিলেন বিবি হাজেরা এবং ইসহাকের মা ছিলেন বিবি সারা। ইবরাহীম (আঃ)-এর কনিষ্ঠ পুত্র ইসহাক (আঃ)-এর বংশধর অর্থাৎ বনু ইস্রাঈল। যাদের সর্বশেষ নবী ছিলেন হযরত ঈসা (আঃ)। অন্যদিকে হযরত ইবরাহীম (আঃ)-এর জ্যেষ্ঠ পুত্র ইসমাঈল (আঃ)-এর বংশে একজন মাত্র নবীর জন্ম হয় এবং তিনিই হলেন সর্বশেষ ও সর্বশ্রেষ্ঠ নবী হযরত মুহাম্মাদ (ছাল্লাল্লাহু আলাইহে ওয়া সাল্লাম)। ফলে আদম

Ayatul Kursi Bangla Anubad shoho, | আয়াতুল কুরসি বাংলা অনুবাদ সহ

Ayatul Kursi Bangla  আয়াতুল কুরসি বাংলা আয়াতুল কুরসী বাংলায় অনুবাদ সহ আরবিতে পিকচার ও টেক্সট সহ দেয়া হলো আয়াতুল কুরসী এমন এক আয়াত যার গোনাগন বলেশেষ করার মতো নয় তবে কিস ফজিলত ও গোনাগন উল্লেখ করা হলো জানার জন্য নিচে সম্পূর্ণ দেখোন Ayatul Kursi Bangla Ayatul kursi bangla onubad shoho picture o text shoho deya holo Ayatul kursi amon ak ayat jar gonagon boleshesh korar moto noy tobe kiso fojilot o gonagon ollekh kora holo janar jonno niche shompurno dekhon Ayatul kursi bangla meaning Ayatul Kursi Bangla Anubad shoho, আয়াতুল কুরসি বাংলা অনুবাদ সোহো আয়াতুল কুরসী  আয়াতুল কুরসী (আরবি: آية الكرسي ‎) হচ্ছে পবিত্র কোরআন শরীফের দ্বিতীয় সুরা আল বাকারার ২৫৫তম আয়াতটি। এটি কোরআন শরীফের সবচেয়ে প্রসিদ্ধ আয়াত এবং ইসলামিক বিশ্বের এটি ব্যাপকভাবে মুখস্ত করা হয়। এতে সমগ্র মহাবিশ্বের উপর আল্লাহর জোরালো ক্ষমতার কথা বর্ণনা করে। নবী মুহাম্মদ (সা•) বলেছেন, যে ব্যক্তি প্রত্যেহ পাঁচ ওযাক্ত নামাজের পর সঙ্গে সঙ্গে আয়তুল কুরসি পাঠ করবেন তার আর জান্নাতের মাঝে ব্যবধান থাকল মৃত্যু। অর্থাৎ মৃত্যু হলেই


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