Darpesh ho taiba ka safar kaisa lage ga
Guzrain jo wahan shaam o sehar kaisa lage ga

Ae kash madine main mujhe maot youn aye
Kadmoon main ho sarkar صلی اللہ علیہ وسلم ke sar kaisa lage ga

Ae pyare khuda dekhoon main sarkar ka jalwa
Mil jaye dua to jo asar kaisa lage ga

Aaqa ka ghada hoon ae jahanum tu bhi sun le
Wo kaise jalle jo ke ghullam-e madni ho

Ae kash main ban jaoon madine ka musafir
Phir rothi huwi taiba ko baraat challi ho

Jab door se hai itna haseen gumbad-e-hazra
Iss paar ye aalum hai udhaar kaisa lage ga

Aa jayen mere ghar main agar rehmat-e-aalam
Main kesa lagoon ga mera ghar kesa lage ga

Taiba ki saadath to youn pathe hain hazaroon
Murshid ka saath ho jo safar kaisa lage ga

Payee Munawar ne kazza dar pe Nabi ke
Aajaye watan aesi habbar kaisa lage ga.




Hadith 15: Abdullah reported a narration on the authority of
Abdullah ibn Zubair He says, ‘A servant from our home
took the daughter of Hazrat Zubair ؓ◌ to Hazrat Umar ؓ◌ and she had
tinkling anklets on her feet. Hazrat Umar ؓ◌ cut them off and said, ‘I
heard from Rasoolullah صلى الله عليه وسلم that, with every tinkling anklet there is
(a) shaitaan’.’

  1. Khulooq is a saffron coloured fragrance.
  2. This refers to disclosing her adornment to others except her husband and those who are her
  3. Lawatat refers to sodomy, and this is absolutely Haraam.
    Hadith 16: Abu Dawud reported that a girl came before Hazrat
    A’isha  wearing tinkling anklets. She said, ‘Do not bring her
    before me until you have not cut off the tinkling anklets, for I heard
    from Rasoolullah صلى الله عليه وسلم that Angels do not enter a house in which there
    is ‘Jars’ (a bell) or tinkling anklets’.

Laws of Jurisprudence
The use of jewellery for men is absolutely Haraam. It is only
permissible to wear one silver ring, which should be within one
mithqaal in weight. It should be less than four and a half mashes
(approximately 4.7 grams). Even the use of a gold ring is Haraam. It
is permissible for the features of the sword to be of silver. In other
words, silver can be set on its sheath, handle and belt, on condition
that the silver is not in the area of use. [Durr-e-Mukhtar, Raddul

Law: Men are only permitted to wear one silver ring. To wear rings
from other metals is also Haraam. For example, wearing rings made
from iron, brass, copper zinc etc. is impermissible for both
men and women. The only difference is that the female can also
wear gold (besides silver) and a male is not permitted to use gold. It
is mentioned in the Hadith Shareef that a person wearing a brass
ring came before Huzoor صلى الله عليه وسلم so He صلى الله عليه وسلم asked, ‘Why is it that the odour
of idols is emanating from you?’
He threw the ring away and then returned wearing an iron ring. He
صلى الله عليه وسلم asked, ‘Why is it that you are wearing the jewellery of the
dwellers of hell?’ He threw away that ring as well and enquired, ‘Ya
Rasoolullah صلى الله عليه وسلم !From what should I have a ring made?’ He صلى الله عليه وسلم said,
‘Have it made from silver and do not let it reach a full Mithqaal’.
[Durr-e-Mukhtar, Raddul Muhtar]

Law: Some Ulama have mentioned the rings of Yashb1 and Aqeeq2 to
be permissible and some have permitted rings made from all types of
gemstones, whereas some prohibit (rings made) from all of them.
Thus the importance of precaution is that except
silver, we should avoid wearing all other types of rings, especially
when the inclination of illustrious and elite personalities such as the
the compiler of Hidaaya has the view of all of them being impermissible.
Law: A ring refers to the round (circular) part. This does not refer to
the stone. The stone can be from any gemstone. The stones of Aqeeq,
, Zamur’rad4
, and Feroza5 etc. are all permissible to use (on a
ring). Since the rings made from all the above are impermissible for
both males and females, manufacturing them and selling them is
also regarded as being disallowed, as this is to assist in something
which is illegitimate (i.e. impermissible). However, selling it is not
disallowed to the level of it being disallowed to wearing it. [Durr-eMukhtar, Raddul Muhtar]
Law: If a silver covering is placed over a metal ring, whereby the
metal is not visible at all, then there is no prohibition on wearing
such a ring. [Alamgiri]. It is deduced from this, that it is permissible to
place a copper or iron tablet inside gold jewellery and then cover it
with gold plating, just as people do nowadays. The wearing of such a
ring is permitted.
Law: To press a hole in a gemstone and to embed a gold pin in it is
permissible. [Hidaya]

  1. Yashb agate jasper
  2. Aqeeq Cornelian Stone
  3. Yaaqoot refers to the Ruby)
  4. Zamur’rad is the name given to an Emerald
  5. Feroza is a Turquoise blue gemstone
    Law: Wearing a ring is only Masnun (i.e. recommended) for those
    who require using a seal, such as a Sultan1
    , a Qazi2 and the Ulama3
    who place their seals on Fatawa4
    . Except for them, it is
    not Masnun for others who do not require the use of a seal.
    However, wearing a ring is still permissible. [Alamgiri]

Law: The ring may be worn as one desires, either on the right or left
hand, and it should be worn on the little finger. [Durr-e-Mukhtar,
Raddul Muhtar]

Law: One may have his name engraved on a ring. Allah’s Name and
the Name of Huzoor-e-Akram صلى الله عليه وسلم may also be engraved on a ring.
The words االله رسول محمد’ Muhammadur Rasoolullah’ should not be
engraved on a ring, as this was engraved in 3 lines on Huzoor’s صلى الله عليه وسلم
ring. On the first line was محمد on the second line was رسول and on the
third line was The Majestic Name of االله. Huzoor صلى الله عليه وسلم explicitly
commanded that one should engrave this on his ring. The figure of
any human or animal should not be engraved on the ringstone.
[Durr-e-Mukhtar, Raddul Muhtar]
Law: A permissible ring is that which is permissible for men. In
other words, it should have one gemstone. If it has more than one
stone, then even though it is a silver ring, it is impermissible for a
male. [Raddul Muhtar]. Similarly, for a male to wear more than one
ring or to wear a Chal’la5 is also impermissible, as this is not
classified as a ring. Females may wear the Chal’la.

  1. Sultan refers to the Muslim Ruler in a Muslim State.
  2. Qazi refers to the Muslim Justice, usually referred to as the ‘Qadi’.
  3. Ulama is the plural of Aalim, which refers to the Men of Learning or Religious Leaders.
  4. Fatawa is the plural of Fatwa, which is a Religious decree or Edict.
  5. A Chal’la refers to a ring equally wide all round and without a stone


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