Aye Dil Bageer Daaman Sultaan-e-Aulia Lyrics

Aye Dil Bageer Daaman Sultaan-e-Aulia Lyrics




Aye Dil Bageer Daaman Sultaan-e-Aulia,
Yaani Hussain ibn-e-ALi jaan-e-Aulia.


Zauq-e-digar ba-jaam-e-shahadat azo raseed,
shauq-e-digar bamasti-e-irfan-e-Aulia


Aaeena-e-jamaal-e-Ilaahist sooratash,
Zaañ rou shudast qibla-e-imaan-e-Aulia.


Chun sahib-e-maqaam Nabi-o-Alist ou,
Hum fakhr-e-Ambiya shud o hum shan-e-Aulia.


Taa qard sarf-e-haq sar-o-samaan-e-hastiyash,
Goyi sabaq rabooda ze maidan-e-Aulia.


Daarad `Niyaz’ husn khud um’meed ba Hussain,
Ba Auliast hashr muhib’baan-e-Aulia.


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Laws of Jurisprudence
Related To Drinking

Always pronounce االله سم �before drinking water, and drink with the
right hand, and in three breaths, in a manner whereby you move the
vessel away from the mouth every time you drink, so as to take a
breath. In the first and second breaths, you should drink just one sip
each, and in the third breath, you may drink as much as you wish.
Drinking in this manner quenches the thirst. Drink water in sucking
motion and do not drink huge gulps at a time. Say الحمدالله
‘Alhumdulillah’ after you have completed drinking.

Nowadays, many people drink water by holding the glass or cup with
their left hand. They especially regard this (holding the glass with
right hand) during eating as being contrary to good manners. This
etiquette of theirs is actually the etiquette of the Christians. The
Islamic Etiquette is to drink with the right hand. Nowadays, another
manner that is being commonly practiced is that after drinking
water, the remaining water in the glass is thrown away. It is said that
such water is now regarded as left over water and cannot be given to
anyone else to drink. People have learnt this from the Hindus. This is
not an Islamic manner, and there is no such thing as catching an
illness (just by itself) or getting contaminated in Islam. There is no
sense in abstaining from partaking in the left-overs of Muslims and
to throw away water merely on the grounds of this is Israaf (i.e. to be

Law: It is Makruh to place the mouth against the opening (mouth) of
the water skin (Mushk) when drinking. In doing so, how will one
know if something harmful has entered (i.e. lodged itself) into the
opening? [Alamgiri]

Law: Similar to this ruling is the ruling concerning drinking water
from the spout of a spouted jug, unless one has checked thoroughly
to make sure that there is nothing (harmful) inside. The same ruling
applies to drinking water from the opening of a long necked clay pot
or goblet (also known as a Saraahi).
Law: The water of a Sabeel (wayside-stall erected for drinking
water) may also be consumed by the wealthy. However, none is
allowed to take away any water from there to their homes, as it has
been kept there, so that those passing by may drink from it, and not
so that it may be taken home. However, if permission is granted for
this by those who have placed the Sabeel there, then one may take
this water. [Alamgiri]
During the winter months, many Musjids have water warmed up in
water carriers (geysers), so that the Musal’lees (worshippers) who
come to the Musjid may perform wudu or ghusl with this water. This
water too should only be utilised there. It is not permitted to take it
home. The same applies to the spouted jugs etc. which belong to the
Musjid. They must be utilised there only and cannot be taken home.
Some people fill fresh water in the jugs and take this home. This is
also Na Jaa’iz (impermissible).
Law: Sometimes, water from Wudu is left over in the spouted jugs.
Some people tend to throw away this water. To do this is not
permissible, and is regarded as being wasteful.
Law: The remaining Wudu water and the Water of Zam Zam should
be consumed whilst standing. One must sit whilst drinking any other


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