General Description of the Personality of the Most Perfect and Beautiful Human: The Holy Prophet Muhammad(صلى الله عليه و آله وسلم)-part 1

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1. HIS CREATION: God Most High, in His mercy, sent His
Beloved a as a mercy to the universe. Prophet Muhammad
a was the one whose soul God created the first. It was
created through the direct blessing of God’s light, before
anything else of the universe had come into existence. It is
reported that the Prophet a said: “The first creation that
God brought into existence was the light of your prophet
from His light.”
2. Light of the Prophet a means his enlightened and
illuminating soul. Whereas being created from the light of
God, does not tell that it was a part of God’s light or it
emerged from God’s light. Glory be to Him. God Almighty
Himself is not light. Instead, He is the Creator of light.
3. Creating from His light implies that God Almighty created
the Prophet Muhammad’s soul as His first creation of the
universe without any intermediary means, as usual in the
process of creation, for none amongst His creation existed
at that time.
4. The expression “from His light”, refers to glorification of
a particular divine act, to mention the highly esteemed and
exceptionally honoured status of the blessed one, who has
been miraculously created, through the special grace of the
Lord Almighty.
1 Set forth by •¢Abd al-Razz¥q in al-Mu|annaf (al-Juz√ al-Mafq‰d),
1:63 §63. •al-Qas~all¥nÏ in al-Maw¥hib al-Laduniyya bi al-Min^ al-
Mu^ammadiyya, 1:71. •al-±alabÏ in al-SÏra al-¤alabiyya, 1:50.

5. A similar style of expression has been used in the Qurôn,
mentioning the creation of Adam, Jesus and human beings.
It is stated regarding the creation of humans: oeThen He
proportioned him and breathed into him of His spirit.Σ
[Q.32:9.]
It is stated regarding the creation of Adam: oeSo when I
have proportioned him and blown into him from My spirit,
then fall down in prostration before him (in his honour).Σ
[Q.38:72.]
The similar expression has been used for the creation
of Jesus: oeThe Messiah, Jesus, son of Maryam (Mary) was
only Allah’s Messenger, and His Word, which He conveyed
to Maryam (Mary), and a Spirit from Him. So believe in
Allah and His messengers and do not say: ‘Three’. Refrain
(from this belief). It is better for you. Indeed Allah is Only
One God.Σ [Q.4:171.]
6. Therefore, this miraculous and blessed creation of the
light (soul) of the most beloved and esteemed Prophet
Muhammad a has been mentioned in another hadith,
in the words: “The first creation that Allah brought into
existence was my light (soul).”1
7. He was the first of all the Prophets f, as he said: “I was a
Prophet when Adam was between soul and body.”2
8. He was also the last of all Prophets f, as he said: “I
was the first Prophet in creation, and the last of them in
raising.”3
1 Set forth by •al-±alabÏ in Ins¥n al-¢Uy‰n fÏ SÏra al-AmÏn al-Ma√m‰n,
1:240.
2 Set forth by •Ibn AbÏ Shayba in al-Mu|annaf, 7:329 §36553. •Ibn AbÏ
Sa¢d in al->abaq¥t al-Kubr¥, 1:148.
3 Set forth by •al->abar¥nÏ in Musnad al-Sh¥miyyÏn, 4:34–35 §2662.
•Tam¥m al-R¥zÏ in al-Faw¥√id, 2:15 §1003. •al-BaghawÏ in Ma¢¥lim al-
TanzÏl, 3:508.
9. He said: “I am the last of all prophets and no other
prophet or messenger would be raised after me.1 He further
explained that the Divine process of raising the prophets
and messengers has been completed and stopped with my
raising.”2
10. He said: “I have completed the construction of the palace
of the prophethood and there is no space left for any other
brick to be placed in it.3
11. He grew an orphan as his father, ¢Abd All¥h, died before
he was born and his mother, ®mina, died when he was a
young child.
12. HIS PHYSICAL APPEARANCE: He had broad shoulders4 and
a broad high chest. He was strongly built; his chest and
stomach were flat and firm. No part of his flesh was
loose.5 On his back, between his shoulders, was the Seal
of Prophethood.6 His complexion was white tinged with
1 Set forth by •al-TirmidhÏ in al-Sunan, 4:499 §2219.
2 Set forth by •Ibn ±ibb¥n in al-ßa^Ï^, 14:316 §6406.
3 Set forth by •al-Bukh¥rÏ in al-ßa^Ï^, 3:1300 §3341–3342. •Muslim in
al-ßa^Ï^, 4:1791 §§2286–2287.
4 Set forth by •al-Bukh¥rÏ in al-ßa^Ï^, 3:1303 §3358. •Muslim in al-
ßa^Ï^, 4:1818 §2337. •A^mad b. ±anbal in al-Musnad, 4:281 §18496.
•al-TirmidhÏ in al-Sham¥√il al-Mu^ammadiyya wa Kha|¥√i| al-
Mu|~afwiyya, p. 30 §3.
5 Set forth by •al-TirmidhÏ in al-Sham¥√il al-Mu^ammadiyya wa
Kha|¥√i| al-Mu|~afwiyya, p. 36 §8. •Ibn ±ibb¥n in al-Thiq¥t, 2:145–
146. •al->abar¥nÏ in al-Mu¢jam al-KabÏr, 22:155 §414. •Ibn Sa¢d in al-
>abaq¥t al-Kubr¥, 1:422. •al-BayhaqÏ in Dal¥√il al-Nubuwwa, 1:304.
6 Set forth by •al-Bukh¥rÏ in al-ßa^Ï^, 3:1301 §3348. •Muslim in al-
ßa^Ï^, 4:1823 §2345–2346.

reddishness,1 like a flower. When he took his shirt off his
shoulders, the colour of his body was like cast silver.2
His neck was like a column of silver.3 His teeth were
perfectly white and even, with a slight space between them.4
When he was happy, his face shone like the moon,5
and when he spoke, it seemed as if a light emanated from
between his teeth.6 He had big but beautiful hands and
feet. The palms of his hands and the soles of his feet were
firmly padded.7 He had no hair on his feet. When he washed
them, the water didn’t stay on them.8
He walked with a firm gait, slightly leaning forward
as if he were striding downhill.9 He could walk very fast.
People would run behind him and could not keep pace with
1 Set forth by •A^mad b. ±anbal in al-Musnad, 1:116 §944. •al-
R‰y¥nÏ in al-Musnad, 2:318 §1280. Ibn Sa¢d in al->abaq¥t al-Kubr¥,
1:416. •al-TirmidhÏ in al-Sham¥√il al-Mu^ammadiyya wa Kha|¥√i| al-
Mu|~afwiyya, p. 40 §12. •al-BayhaqÏ in Dal¥√il al-Nubuwwa, 1:241.
2 Set forth by •al-TirmidhÏ in al-Sham¥√il al-Mu^ammadiyya, p. 40 §12.
•al-BayhaqÏ in Dal¥√il al-Nubuwwa, 1:241.
3 Set forth by •al-TirmidhÏ in al-Sham¥√il al-Mu^ammadiyya wa
Kha|¥√i| al-Mu|~afwiyya, p. 36 §8. •Ibn ±ibb¥n in al-Thiq¥t, 2:146.
•al->abar¥nÏ in al-Mu¢jam al-KabÏr, 22:155 §414.
4 Set forth by •al-D¥rimÏ in al-Sunan, 1:44 §58. •al-TirmidhÏ in al-
Sham¥√il al-Mu^ammadiyya wa Kha|¥√i| al-Mu|~afwiyya, p. 41 §15.
•al->abar¥nÏ in al-Mu¢jam al-Awsa~, 1:235 §767.
5 Set forth by •al-Bukh¥rÏ in al-ßa^Ï^, 3:1305 §3363. •Muslim in al-
ßa^Ï^, 4:2127 §2769.
6 Set forth by •al-D¥rimÏ in al-Sunan, 1:44 §58. •al-TirmidhÏ in al-
Sham¥√il al-Mu^ammadiyya wa Kha|¥√i| al-Mu|~afwiyya, p. 41 §15.
7 Set forth by •al-Bukh¥rÏ in al-ßa^Ï^, 5:2212 §5567.
8 Set forth by •al-TirmidhÏ in al-Sham¥√il al-Mu^ammadiyya wa
Kha|¥√i| al-Mu|~afwiyya, p. 37 §8. •Ibn ±ibb¥n in al-Thiq¥t, 2:146.
•al->abar¥nÏ in al-Mu¢jam al-KabÏr, 22:155–156 §414.
9 Set forth by •A^mad b. ±anbal in al-Musnad, 1:127 §1053. •al-
TirmidhÏ in al-Sunan, 5:598 §3637.

him.1 When people who were weak were travelling with
him, he slowed down for them, or made them ride animals,
and he prayed for them.
He insisted that his Companions l should walk in
front of him rather than behind him.2 His face was the most
beautiful of human faces. His form was the most beautiful
to be found among men;3 so was his character.
GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PROPHET MUHAMMAD’S a BEAUTIFUL
BEING AND LOVELY MANNERS
13. He was the most generous, the most kind, the most gentle,
the most valorous and the most humble. He cast his eyes
down more often than up and appeared shyer than a well-
sheltered young girl.4
14. He would stay silent for long periods and laugh little, yet
he had a sense of humour and liked to see others smile.5
15. When he was with other people, he would not leave their
company until they left, and when he took someone’s
hand, he would not withdraw his hand until the other
person released it. When someone whispered into his ear
something that he did not want others to hear, he would
not pull his face away until the other did.6
1 Set forth by •A^mad b. ±anbal in al-Musnad, 2:350, 380 §§8588,
8930. •al-TirmidhÏ in al-Sunan, 5:604 §3648.
2 Set forth by •A^mad b. ±anbal in al-Musnad, 3:397–398 §15316. •al-
D¥rimÏ in al-Sunan, 1:35–37, §45.
3 Set forth by •al-Bukh¥rÏ in al-ßa^Ï^, 3:1303 §3356. •Muslim in al-
ßa^Ï^, 4:1819, §2337.
4 Set forth by •al-Bukh¥rÏ in al-ßa^Ï^, 5:2263 §5751. •Muslim in al-
ßa^Ï^, 4:1809, §2320.
5 Set forth by •A^mad b. ±anbal in al-Musnad, 5:86 §20829. •al-
>ay¥lisÏ in al-Musnad, 1:105 §771.
6 Set forth by •Ibn Sa¢d in al->abaq¥t al-Kubr¥, 1:378. •Ab‰ al-Shaykh
al-A|bah¥nÏ in Akhl¥q al-NabÏ a wa ®d¥bihi, 1:211 §59. •Ab‰ Nu¢aym
in ±ilya al-Awliy¥√, 3:26.
8
16. He was very compassionate and loving, especially to
women, weak and children. When he promised something
to someone, he would fulfil his promise without fail at the
first opportunity.1
17. He was blessed with such divine grace, beauty and glory,
when he sat with his people, they sat around him in a circle,
and in love and fascination they would be so quiet and still
that if a bird had sat on their heads, it would not have
flown away.2
18. When something that greatly pleased him was announced
to him, he would immediately prostrate as a gesture of
thankfulness to God, and his face would shine like the full
moon.3 When he began speaking, he would always smile.4
19. In all his relationships he never caused two people to be
angry at each other.5
20. Whenever he was asked for something, he would give it if
he had it. If he did not have it, he would not refuse, but
would try to manage it for the needy.6 He never said no.7
1 Set forth by •al-Bukh¥rÏ in al-ßa^Ï^, 5:1987 §4890. •A^mad b. ±anbal
in al-Musnad, 2:185 §6733. •Ibn M¥jah in al-Sunan, 2:1329 §4010.
•Ibn ±ibb¥n in al-ßa^Ï^, 11:444 §5058. •Ab‰ D¥w‰d in al-Sunan, 3:82
§2758.
2 Set forth by •A^mad b. ±anbal in al-Musnad, 4:278 §18476–18477.
•Ab‰ D¥w‰d in al-Sunan, 4:3 §3855. •al->abar¥nÏ in al-Mu¢jam al-
Awsa~, 8:5 §7782.
3 Set forth by •al-Bukh¥rÏ in al-ßa^Ï^, 3:1305 §3363. •Muslim in al-
ßa^Ï^, 4:2127 §2769. •A^mad b. ±anbal in al-Musnad, 3:458 §15827.
4 Set forth by •Ab‰ al-Shaykh al-A|bah¥nÏ in Akhl¥q al-NabÏ a wa
®d¥bihi, 2:17 §207.
5 Set forth by •al-Bukh¥rÏ in al-ßa^Ï^, 5:2253 §5718. •Muslim in al-
ßa^Ï^, 4:1983 §2559.
6 Set forth by •al-TirmidhÏ in al-Sham¥√il Mu^ammadiyya, p. 294 §356.
•al-MaqdisÏ in al-A^¥dÏth al-Mukht¥ra, 1:181 §88. •Ibn AbÏ al-Duny¥
in Mak¥rim al-Akhl¥q, p. 118 §390.
7 Set forth by •al-Bukh¥rÏ in al-ßa^Ï^, 5:2244 §5687. •Muslim in al-
ßa^Ï^, 4:1805 §2311.

21. When he was asked to do something, if it was possible, he
would say yes. If it was not possible, he would keep silent.1
22. He did not approach nor listen to people from whom he
expected to hear bad talk, and he did not accept people’s
talking against each other.2
23. He spoke very clearly, separating each word, so that one
could easily count word if one cared to.3
24. He did not like people to be loud and rude. He loved people
who spoke softly.4
25. When he knew of something bad anyone had done, he
would not while advising mention his name, saying “Why
so-and-so has done this?” Instead, he would say, “Why do
people do this?”5
26. What he hated most was lying. He felt upset if someone
spoke the slightest untruth.6
1 Set forth by •al-TirmidhÏ in al-Sham¥√il Mu^ammadiyya, p. 278 §337.
•al->abar¥nÏ in al-Mu¢jam al-KabÏr, 22:158 §414.
2 Set forth by •al-TirmidhÏ in al-Sham¥√il Mu^ammadiyya, p. 278
§337.•al->abar¥nÏ in al-Mu¢jam al-KabÏr, 22:158 §414; & in al-A^¥dÏth
al->aw¥l, 1:245 §29. •Ibn ¢As¥kir in T¥rÏkh MadÏna Dimashq, 3:350.
•al-BayhaqÏ in Shu¢ab al-¬m¥n, 2:156 §1430; & in Dal¥√il al-Nubuwwa,
1:290. •al-HaythamÏ in Majma¢ al-Zaw¥√id, 8:274.
3 Set forth by •al-Bukh¥rÏ in al-ßa^Ï^, 3:1307 §3374. •Muslim in al-
ßa^Ï^, 4:2298 §2493.
4 Set forth by •al-Bukh¥rÏ in al-ßa^Ï^, 5:2242 §5678. •Muslim in al-
ßa^Ï^, 4:2003 §2592.
5 Set forth by •Ab‰ D¥w‰d in al-Sunan, 4:250 §4788. •al-Nas¥√Ï in al-
Sunan, 6:60 §3217. •al-±¥kim in al-Mustadrak, 4:84 §6958. •al-BayhaqÏ
in Shu¢ab al-¬m¥n, 6:265 §8099.
6 Set forth by •al-TirmidhÏ in al-Sunan, 4:348 §1973. •Is^¥q b.
R¥hawayh in al-Musnad, 3:654 §1245. •al-BayhaqÏ in Shu¢ab al-¬m¥n,
4:208 §4815.

27. He was loving and gentle in his words and his being,1 even
to the worst of the people and so gained their hearts.2
28. When he did not see one of his people for three days, he
would ask after that person, and if absent people could not
come, he would go to them.3
29. When he would take someone’s hand to say farewell, he
would not withdraw his hand before the other withdrew
his, and he would pray, “I entrust you to God’s care, you
and your faith and your trust and your deeds and your
end.”4
30. He was very careful of the cloth that was used in his robes.
If it contained silk, he would discard it.5 He liked wool. He
had a woollen robe that he wore on Fridays and holy days.6
31. When groups of foreigners came to visit him, he would wear
his best clothes in their honour, and ask his companions to
do the same.7
32. He liked to use the misw¥k, a stick of wood beaten into
fibres at one end, as a toothbrush. He carried it with him
and used it to clean his teeth very often. He would not go
to bed, without brushing his teeth.8
1 Set forth by •al-Bukh¥rÏ in al-ßa^Ï^, 1:226 §602. •Muslim in al-ßa^Ï^,
3:1692 §2150.
2 Set forth by •al-Bukh¥rÏ in al-ßa^Ï^, 3:1148 §2980. •Muslim in al-
ßa^Ï^, 2:730 §1057.
3 Set forth by •Ab‰ Ya¢l¥ in al-Musnad, 6:150 §3429. •al-A|bah¥nÏ in
Akhl¥q al-NabÏ wa ®d¥bihi, 1:446 §165.
4 Set forth by •al-TirmidhÏ in al-Sunan, 5:499 §3442.
5 Set forth by •al-Bukh¥rÏ in al-ßa^Ï^, 1:147 §368. •A^mad b. ±anbal
in al-Musnad, 1:96 §750. •Ab‰ D¥w‰d in al-Sunan, 4:50 §4057.
6 Set forth by •al-BayhaqÏ in Ma¢rifa al-Sunan wa al-®th¥r, 3:32 §1875.
•Ab‰ ±ayy¥n al-A|bah¥nÏ in Akhl¥q al-NabÏ a wa ®d¥bihi, 2:172
§292.
7 Set forth by •Ibn Sa¢d in al->abaq¥t al-Kubr¥, 4:346. •Ab‰ ±ayy¥n
al-A|bah¥nÏ in Akhl¥q al-NabÏ a wa ®d¥bihi, 2:151 §280.
8 Set forth by •al-Bukh¥rÏ in al-ßa^Ï^, 1:382 §1085. •Muslim in al-
ßa^Ï^, 1:220 §§§§252–255. •A^mad b. ±anbal in al-Musnad, 6:188

A Real Sketch of the Prophet Muhammad (صلى الله عليه و آله وسلم)

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  1. General Description of the Personality of the Most Perfect and Beautiful Human: The Holy Prophet Muhammad(صلى الله عليه و آله وسلم)-part 1
  2. General Description of the Personality of the Most Perfect and Beautiful Human: The Holy Prophet Muhammad(صلى الله عليه و آله وسلم)-part 2
  3. General Description of the Personality of the Most Perfect and Beautiful Human: The Holy Prophet Muhammad(صلى الله عليه و آله وسلم)-part 3
  4. The Most Noble of Lineage
  5. The Embodiment of Beauty
  6. The Possessor of Excellent

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AL QAULUL QUR’AN FEE AZMAT-E-SAYYEDUNA IMRAN:Ek Baap aur Ek Beta

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“Mai us Shehr(-e-Makka) ki Kasam khata hun.
(Ay Habib-e-Mukarram!) Isliye ki Aap is Shehr me Tashreef farma hain.
Walid ki Qasam (aur Unki) Qasam Jinki Wiladat hui.”
Surah Balad 90:1,2,3

Allah Ta’ala ne Surah Balad me Shehr-e-Makka ki Kasam khaayi aur farmaya ke isliye is Shehr ki Kasam kha raha hun ke Ay Habib Aap is Shehr me rehte hain! Aur fir farmaya ke Kasam hai Walid ki aur Kasam hai Jiski Wiladat hui. Ab Allah Ta’ala kisi shakhs aur uske bache ki kasam kharaha hai jo Makka me rehte hain. Iske pehle Mukhatib to Aaqa SallAllahu Alaihi wa Aalihi wa Sallam hain kyunki Aapse badhkar kaun Jiski Allah ke haan zyada Azmat hai. Aur fir Aapke Walid ki Kasam hai (ya Hazrat Ibrahim Alaihissalam bhi Huzoor (SallAllahu Alaihi wa Aalihi wa Sallam ke Dada hain to Unko Walid kaha jasakta hai).
Lekin Is Aayat me Naam mention nahi, aur Quran ki har aayat ke bayshumaar maana hain. Allah Ta’ala jab kisiki ya kisi shaye ki kasam khata hai to maqsad us shakhs ki ya us chiz ki azmat ko zaahir karna hota hai. Isliye Allah Ta’ala kisi kafir ki kasam nahi khata. Ab jinki yaha kasam khayi jarahi hai wo Imaan waale hona chahiye. Aur Allah Ta’ala jab Kasam kharaha hai unki to iska matlab hai ke un dono ne Allah ke Deen ki bahot madad ki hai. To Hazrat Abu Talib Alaihissalam ne, jab tak Aap duniya me rahe, apna har lamha Islam
ki madad keliye waqf kardiya. Aur us waqt bhi aur Aapke Wisaal ke baad bhi phir Maula Ali Alaihissalam ne Deen ki madad ki. Aur ye mashhur waqiya hai ke jab Hazrat Abu Talib Alaihissalam ke Gharme Dawat-e-Tauheed ki sabse pehli majlis hui to usme Aaqa SallAllahu Alaihi wa Aalihi wa Sallam ne sabse pucha ke kaun Meri madad karega? To Hazrat Ali Alaihissalam, jo us waqt 10 saal ke lagbhag they, Aapne fauran kehdiya: Ya RasoolAllah mai Aapki madad karunga. RasoolAllah SallAllahu Alaihi wa Aalihi wa Sallam ne phir pucha ke kaun Meri madad karega, phir Maula Ali Alaihissalam ne farmaya Ya RasoolAllah Mai Aapki madad karunga. Teesri baar phir aisa he hua! Yaani batana Maqsood hai ke jab Deen ka koi madadgaar na tha, Ye Baap Bete they! Jab bhi Islam pe koi aafat aayi to Difa In Dono ne kiya! To isme koi hairani ki baat nahi ke Yaha Walid ki Kasam se muraad Hazrat Abu Talib hain aur Walad ki Kasam se muraad Maula Ali hain! RadiAllahu Ta’ala Anhuma.