Zil Qa’ada Lafz ‘Qa’ada’ se bana hai ya’ni Baithna.
Is mahine me Arab ke log kahi aate jaate nahi the, Ghar me hi baithte the.
Maahe Zil Qa’ada ka chaand dekhkar ‘Surah al-Asr’ padhen.
بِسْمِ اللَّهِ الرَّحْمَٰنِ الرَّحِيمِ
إِنَّ الْإِنْسَانَ لَفِي خُسْرٍ
إِلَّا الَّذِينَ آمَنُوا وَعَمِلُوا الصَّالِحَاتِ وَتَوَاصَوْا بِالْحَقِّ وَتَوَاصَوْا بِالصَّبْ
Bismillāh ir-Rahmān ir-Raheem.
Innal insaana lafee khusr.
Illalazeena aamanoo wa aamilus saalihihati wa tawasaw bil haq wa tawasaw bis sabr.
Phir ye masnoon dua padhen :
ﺍﻟﻠَّﻬُﻢَّ ﺃَﻫِﻠَّﻪُ ﻋﻠَﻴْﻨَﺎ ﺑِﺎﻷَﻣْﻦِ ﻭﺍﻹِﻳﻤَﺎﻥِ ﻭَﺍﻟﺴَّﻼﻣَﺔِ ﻭﺍﻹِﺳْﻼﻡِ ، ﺭَﺑّﻲ ﻭﺭَﺑُّﻚَ ﺍﻟﻠَّﻪ ، هِلالُ رُشْدٍ وخَيْرٍ
Allāhumma ahillahu alayna bil amni wal eimaani was salaamati wal islaami Rabbi wa Rabbuk-Allāh hilaalu rushdin wa khayrin.
Aye ALLĀH is (mahine) ko hum par amn aur eimaan aur salaamati aur islaam ke saath , Mera Rab aur tera Rab ALLĀH hai ye chaand hidaayat aur khair waala ho.
(Tirmizi, Jild -2, Hadeeṡ -1376 /Hasan)
Ishaa ki namaaz ada karne ke baad chaand dekhkar 4 rak’at nafl namaaz 2-2 karke padhen. Har rak’at me Sural al-Faatiha ke baad Surah al-Ikhlaas 5 ya 7 martaba padhen.
Phir kaṡrat se Durood shreef aur Astaghfaar padhen aur apne liye aur ummate Mustafa ke liye Dua e khair karen.
Maah e Zil Qa’ada ke khaas din :
1 Zil Qa’ada – Yaum e Wisaal Hazrat Muhammad bin Abdul Hakam al-Shafi’i rahmatullāhi alaihi (Cairo / Egypyt);
1 Zil Qa’ada – Yaum e Wisaal Hazrat Mohammad Mahdi Suharwardi rahmatullāhi alaihi (Kashmir);
2 Zil Qa’ada – Yaum e Wisaal Hazrat Sadr-ush-Shariah Amjad Ali Aazmi rahmatullāhi alaihi (Ghausi, Azamgadh, Uttar Pradesh);
2 Zil Qa’ada – Yaum e Wisaal Hazrat Hammaad bin Imaam Abu Haneefa rahmatullāhi alaihi
3 Zil Qa’ada – Yaum e Wisaal Hazrat Imaam Shams-ud-deen Muhammad al-Zahabi rahmatullāhi alaihi (Damascus / Syria);
3 Zil Qa’ada – Yaum e Wisaal Hazrat Shaah Habeeb-ur Rahmān rahmatullāhi alaihi (Badaun, Uttar Pradesh);
3 Zil Qa’ada – Yaum e Wisaal Hazrat Noor-ul-ain urfe Hawaade waale Baaba rahmatullāhi alaihi (Ahmedabad, Gujarat);
4 Zil Qa’ada – Yaum e Wisaal Hazrat Imaam Sayyed Muhammad al-Jazuli rahmatullāhi alaihi (Marrakesh / Morocco);
4 Zil Qa’ada – Yaum e Wisaal Hazrat Khwaja Soofi Abdul Hameed Chishti rahmatullāhi alaihi (Pakistan);
4 Zil Qa’ada – Yaum e Wisaal Hazrat Allama Mufti Ata Muhammad Bandyalwi rahmatullāhi alaihi;
6 Zil Qa’ada – Yaum e Wisaal Hazrat Jalaal-ud-deen Mohammad Shirazi rahmatullāhi alaihi (Ahmedabad, Gujarat);
7 Zil Qa’ada – Yaum e Wisaal Hazrat Imaam Abdullāh bin Alawi al-Haddaad rahmatullāhi alaihi (Tarim / Yemen);
7 Zil Qa’ada – Yaum e Wisaal Hazrat Sayyed Abdur Razzaaq Noor-ul-ain rahmatullāhi alaihi (Kichhauchha, Uttar Pradesh);
8 Zil Qa’ada – Yaum e Wisaal Hazrat Imaam Abul Hasan, Ali al-Daraqutni Mohaddeeṡ rahmatullāhi alaihi (Baghdad / Iraq);
8 Zil Qa’ada – Yaum e Wisaal Hazrat Husaam-ud-deen Multani rahmatullahi alaihi (Patan, Gujarat);
8 Zil Qa’ada – Yaum e Wisaal Hazrat Bandagi Miyan Shaah Nizaam rahmatullāhi alaihi (Anondra, Gujarat)
9 Zil Qa’ada – Yaum e Wisaal Hazrat Qaari Nizaam-ud-deen Muhammad Shaah Bhikari rahmatullāhi alaihi (Kakori, Uttar Pradesh);
9 Zil Qa’ada – Yaum e Wisaal Hazrat Sayyed Abdul Aleem Qaadri rahmatullāhi alaihi (Mumbai, Maharashtra);
9 Zil Qa’ada – Yaum e Wisaal Hazrat Sayyed Khwaja Hisaam-ud-deen urfe Khub Miya Chishti rahmatullāhi alaihi (Ahmedabad, Gujarat);
11 Zil Qa’ada – Yaum e Wisaal Hazrat Sayyed Abu Saalih Moosā Jungi-dost rahmatullāhi alaihi (Jilan / Iran);
11 Zil Qa’ada – Yaum e Wisaal Hazrat Sayyed Noor Muhammad Badayuni Naqshbandi Mujaddidi rahmatullāhi alaihi (Delhi);
11 Zil Qa’ada – Yaum e Wisaal Hazrat Khwaja Khaalid al-Baghdadi rahmatullāhi alaihi (Damascus / Syria);
11 Zil Qa’ada – Yaum e Wisaal Hazrat Abdullāh Husaini Qaadri Shattaari rahmatullāhi alaihi (Bijapur, Karnataka);
12 Zil Qa’ada – Yaum e Wisaal Hazrat Khwaja Nizaam-ud-deen Aurangabadi rahmatullāhi alaihi (Aurangabad, Maharashtra);
13 Zil Qa’ada – Yaum e Wisaal Hazrat Shaah Abdul Lateef urfe Daawal Shaah Peer rahmatullāhi alaihi (Amaran, Jamnagar);
13 Zil Qa’ada – Yaum e Wisaal Hazrat Kaamun Shaah Wali rahmatullāhi alaihi (Bavlavadar, Gujarat);
14 Zil Qa’ada – Yaum e Wisaal Hazrat Imaam Abu Ja’afar Ahmad bin Mohammad Tahaawi Misri rahmatullāhi alaihi (Cairo / Egypt);
14 Zil Qa’ada – Yaum e Wisaal Hazrat Sayyed Shaah Fazlullāh rahmatullāhi alaihi (Kalpi, Uttar Pradesh);
16 Zil Qa’ada – Yaum e Wisaal Hazrat Khwaja Banda nawaaz Gaisu daraaz rahmatullāhi alaihi (Gulbarga, Karnataka);
17 Zil Qa’ada – Yaum e Wisaal Hazrat Khwaja Shaah Sayyed Hasan Khateeb Chishti rahmatullāhi alaihi (Dholka, Gujarat);
19 Zil Qa’ada – Yaum e Wisaal Hazrat Sayyed Muhammad ibn Habeeb rahmatullāhi alaihi (Meknes / Morocco);
19 Zil Qa’ada – Yaum e Wisaal Hazrat Shaah Muhammad Abdul Ghaffaar rahmatullāhi alaihi (Kerap, Rajasthan);
19 Zil Qa’ada – Yaum e Wisaal Hazrat Khwaja Haafiz Sayyed Muhammad Ali Shaah Khairabadi rahmatullāhi alaihi (Khairabad, Uttar Pradesh);
19 Zil Qa’ada – Yaum e Wisaal Hazrat Deewaan Sayyed Khaleelullāh rahmatullāhi alaihi (Patna, Bihar);
23 Zil Qa’ada – Yaum e Wisaal Hazrat Sayyed Ala-ud-deen Taahir Qaadri al-Jilani rahmatullāhi alaihi (Lahore / Pakistan);
23 Zil Qa’ada – Yaum e Wisaal Hazrat Naseer-ud-deen Naasir Miyan Chishti rahmatullāhi alaihi (Ahmedabad, Gujarat);
24 Zil Qa’ada – Yaum e Wisaal Hazrat Soofi Akhlaaq Ahmad saahib Naqshbandi Mujaddidi rahmatullāhi alaihi (Ahmedabad, Gujarat);
25 Zil Qa’ada – Yaum e Wisaal Hazrat Abul Abbaas al-Mursi rahmatullāhi alaihi (Alexandria / Egypt);
25 Zil Qa’ada – Yaum e Wisaal Hazrat Imaam Sharf-ud-deen Muhammad al-Busiri rahmatullāhi alaihi (Alexandria / Egypt);
25 Zil Qa’ada – Yaum e Wisaal Hazrat Sa’ad bin Abi Waqqaas radiy-Allāhu ta’ala anhu (Canton / China);
27 Zil Qa’ada – Yaum e Wisaal Hazrat Khwaja Kamaal-ud-deen Allama Chishti rahmatullahi alaihi (Delhi);
27 Zil Qa’ada – Yaum e Wisaal Hazrat Khwaja Hasan Mohammad Chishti rahmatullahi alaihi (Ahmedabad, Gujarat);
27 Zil Qa’ada – Yaum e wisaal Hazart Peer Sayyed Haaji Jama’at Ali Shaah Mohaddeeṡ rahmatullāhi alaihi (Alipur / Pakistan);
28 Zil Qa’ada – Yaum e Wisaal Hazrat Khwaja Azeezan Ali Ramitani rahmatullāhi alaihi (Khwarizm / Uzbekistan);
28 Zil Qa’ada – Yaum e Wisaal Hazrat Aurangzeb Aalamgeer rahmatullāhi alaihi (Kuldabad, Maharashtra);
29 Zil Qa’ada – Yaum e Wisaal Hazrat Imaam Muhammad at-Taqi rahmatullāhi alaihi (Kazmain / Iraq);
29 Zil Qa’ada – Yaum e Wisaal Hazrat Fateh Ali Khan urfe Tipu Sultaan rahmatullāhi alaihi (Srirangapatnam / Tamil Nadu);
29 Zil Qa’ada – Yaum e Wisaal Hazrat Maulana Naqi Ali Khan rahmatullāhi alaihi (Bareilly, Uttar Pradesh).
ALLĀH ta’ala is Maah e mubarak me us ke Habeeb sallallāhu alaihi wa sallam ke sadqe me aur tamaam Auliya Allāh ke waseele se
Sab ko mukammal ishq e Rasool ata farmae aur Sab ko hidayat ata farmae aur Sab ke Eimaan ki hifaazat farmae aur Sahi tareeqe se zyada ibaadat karne ki taufiq ata farmae aur Hamare nek amal qubool farmae aur In buzurgaan e deen ko isaal e sawaab karne ki taufiq ata farmae.
Aur Sab ko dunya wa aakhirat me kaamyaabi aur izzat ata farmae aur Sab ki nek jaa’iz muraado ko puri farmae.
What is the etiquette of talking to women in general and in the following situations: buying and selling; teaching and learning; meetings to discuss work, such as explaining something specific to her? What is the ruling on lowering the gaze in these situations? When is it permissible to look at women in general? I hope that you can explain in full detail.
Praise be to Allaah.
Speaking to non-mahram women may occur because of a need or it may occur needlessly.
If it is done needlessly and only for fun and enjoyment, then there is no doubt that it is haraam and comes under the heading of the zina of the tongue and ears of which the Prophet (blessings and peace of Allah be upon him) spoke when he said:
“The son of Adam’s share of zina has been decreed for him, which he will inevitably get. The zina of the eyes is looking, the zina of the ears is listening, the zina of the tongue is speaking, the zina of the hands is touching, and the zina of the foot is walking. The heart longs and wishes, and the private part confirms that or denies it.”
Narrated by Muslim, 2657.
When there is a need to speak to a woman, the basic principle is that it is permissible, but it is essential to pay attention to the following etiquette:
The conversation should be limited to only what is necessary and has to do with the matter at hand, without talking too much or branching off into other topics. Think about the etiquette of the Sahaabah (may Allah be pleased with them) and compare it with the way things are today. The Mother of the Believers ‘Aa’ishah (may Allah be pleased with her) narrated the story of the slander (al-ifk) that the hypocrites accused her of; in her hadeeth she (may Allah be pleased with her) said:
Safwaan ibn al-Mu‘attal al-Sulami al-Dhakwaani was behind the army and had set out at the end of night. In the morning he reached the place where I was and he saw the shape of a person sleeping. He recognized me when he saw me, as he used to see me before the hijab was enjoined. I woke up when I heard him saying Inna Lillaahi wa inna ilayhi raaji’oon (Verily to Allaah we belong and verily unto Him is our return) when he recognized me, and I covered my face with my jilbab. By Allah, we did not exchange a word and I did not hear any word from him apart from his saying Inna Lillaahi… He made his camel kneel down and put his foot on its foreleg (to keep it steady), then I mounted it, and he set off, leading me on the mount, until we came to the army.
Narrated by al-Bukhaari, 4141 and Muslim, 2770.
Al-‘Iraaqi (may Allah have mercy on him) said: The phrase “and I did not hear any word from him” is not repeating the previous idea (“we did not exchange a word”). It is possible that he did not speak to her; rather he spoke to himself or he recited Qur’aan out loud or said dhikr out loud such that it could be heard. But none of that happened. He did not speak to her; rather he used silence in that situation out of good manners and politeness, and because of the seriousness of the situation in which he found himself.
This hadeeth also shows good manners with non-mahram women, especially in the case of being alone with them out of necessity in the wilderness or elsewhere, as Safwaan did when he made his camel kneel without speaking or asking questions. End quote.
Tarh at-Tathreeb, 8/53
Avoiding joking and laughing; that is not part of etiquette and dignity.
Avoiding staring and always trying hard to lower the gaze as much as possible; if there is a quick glance for the purpose of speaking, there is nothing wrong with that, in sha Allah.
Not softening the voice, by either party, or choosing soft words; rather they should speak is the same, ordinary tone of voice as they would speak to anyone else. Allah, may He be exalted, says, addressing the Mothers of the Believers (interpretation of the meaning): “then be not soft in speech, lest he in whose heart is a disease (of hypocrisy, or evil desire for adultery, etc.) should be moved with desire, but speak in an honourable manner” [al-Ahzaab 33:32].
Avoiding the use of any words that may have some suggestive meanings, and so on.
Not going to extremes in embellishing one’s speech . Some people use their skills in communication with others by movements of the hand or face or by quoting poetry or proverbs or romantic phrases. This is a means that the Shaytaan uses to open the door to haraam attraction between the sexes.
Ibn al-Qayyim (may Allah have mercy on him) said:
None of the poets see anything wrong with talking to, addressing or looking at non-mahram women, but this is contrary to Islam and common sense, and it is exposing oneself to temptation. How many people have been affected in this way with regard to their religious commitment and worldly affairs. End quote.
Rawdat al-Muhibbeen, p. 88
And Allah knows best.
Shaykh Muhammad Saalih al-Munajjid
Roman Urdu :
Rusoolullah Sallal Laho Alaihi Wa Aalihi Wa Sallam Say Poocha Gaya Kay Konsa Amal Afzal Hai ? To Aap Sallal Laho Alaihi Wa Aalihi Wa Sallam Nay Farmaya Kay Allah Aur Uskay Rusool Par Emaan Lana, Kaha Gaya Phir Konsa ? Aap Sallal Laho Alaihi Wa Aalihi Wa Sallam Nay Farmaya Allah Ki Raah May Jihad Karna, Kaha Gaya Iskay Baad Kon Sa ? Aap Sallal Laho Alaihi Wa Aalihi Wa Sallam Nay Farmaya Hajj Mabroor ( Maqbool Hajj ).
Sahih Bukhari : Jild No.1 : Hadees No. 25
Hadees Marfooh : Mukarrat 19 : Muttafiq Alaih 3
English Translation :
Narrated Abu Huraira: Allah’s Apostle Was Asked, “what Is The Best Deed?” He Replied, “to Believe In Allah And His Apostle (muhammad). The Questioner Then Asked, “what Is The Next (in Goodness)? He Replied, “to Participate In Jihad (religious Fighting) In Allah’s Cause.” The Questioner Again Asked, “what Is The Next (in Goodness)?” He Replied, “to Perform Hajj (pilgrimage To Mecca) ‘mubrur'(which Is Accepted By Allah And Is Performed With The Intention Of Seeking Allah’s Pleasure Only And Not To Show Off And Without Committing A Sin And In Accordance With The Traditions Of The Prophet).”