Tu Kuja Man Kuja Tu Man Kuja

Tu Kuja Man Kuja Tu Man Kuja

TU KUJA MAN KUJA NAAT LYRICS

Tu Kuja Man Kuja
Tu Kuja Man Kuja

Tu Ameere Haram Main Faqeere Ajam
Tere Gun Aur Ye Lab Main Talab Hi Talab
Tu Ata Hi Ata Main Khata Hi Khata

Tu Kuja Man Kuja
Tu Kuja Man Kuja

Ilham Hai Jama Tera
Qur’an Imaama Hai Tera
Mimbar Tera Arshe Bari
Ya Rehmatullil Aalameen

Tu Kuja Man Kuja
Tu Kuja Man Kuja

Mera Har Saans To Khoon Nichoray Mera
Teri Rehmat Mager Dil Na Toray Mera
Qasa-e-zaat Hu Teri Khairat Hu
Tu Sakhee Mai Gada

Tu Kuja Man Kuja
Tu Kuja Man Kuja

Tu Haqeeqat Hai Main Sirf Ahsaas Hu
Tu Samandar Main Bhatkti Hui Pyaas Hu
Mera Ghar Khaak Par Aur Teri Reh Guzar
Sidratul Muntaha

Tu Kuja Man Kuja
Tu Kuja Man Kuja

Dagmagao Jo Halaat Ke Samnay
Aye Tera Tasavur Mujhay Thaamnay
Meri Khush Qismati Mai Tera Ummati
Tu Jaza Mai Raza

Tu Kuja Man Kuja
Tu Kuja Man Kuja

Aye Farishto Woh Sultane Me’raj Hai
Tum Jo Dekhoge Hairaan Ho Jaaoge
Zulf Tafseere Wal Lail Ban Jaayegi
Chehra Qur’an Saara Nazar Aayega

Tu Kuja Man Kuja
Tu Kuja Man Kuja

Duria Samnay Se Jo Hatnay Lagee
Jalio Se Nigahe Lipatnay Lagee
Ansio Ki Zuban Ho Meri Tarjuma
Dil Se Niklay Sada

Tu Kuja Man Kuja
Tu Kuja Man Kuja

Mere Aaqa Imaame Safe Ambiya
Naam Pe Unke Laazim Hai Salle Ala

Tu Kuja Man Kuja
Mustafa Mujtaba
Khatimul Mursaleen
Ya Rehmatullil Aalameen

Khairul Bashar Rutba Tera
Aawaaze Haq Khutba Tera
Aafaaq Tere Saame’een
Saais Gibreele Ameen
Ya Rehmatullil Aalameen

Tu Hai Ahraame Anwaar Baandhe Hue
Main Duroodo Ki Dastaar Baandhe Hue
Kaaba E Ishq Tu Main Tere Chaar Soo
Tu Asar Main Dua

Tu Kuja Man Kuja
Tu Kuja Man Kuja

Muzaffar Warsi

تو کجا من کجا

یا نبی
یا نبی
صلُّوا علیہ وآلہ

تو کجا من کجا
تو کجا من کجا
تو کجا من کجا
تو کجا من کجا

تو امیرِ حرم، میں فقیرِ عجم
تو امیرِ حرم، میں فقیرِ عجم
تیرے گن اور یہ لب، میں طلب ہی طلب
تیرے گن اور یہ لب، میں طلب ہی طلب
تو عطا ہی عطا، میں خطا ہی خطا

تو کجا من کجا
تو کجا من کجا
تو کجا من کجا
تو کجا من کجا

الہام جامہ ہے تیرا
قرآں عمامہ ہے تیرا
منبر تیرا عرشِ بریں
یا رحمۃ للعالمیں

تو کجا من کجا
تو کجا من کجا
تو کجا من کجا
تو کجا من کجا

تو حقیقت ہے میں صرف احساس ہوں
تو حقیقت ہے میں صرف احساس ہوں
تو سمندر میں بھٹکی ہوئی پیاس ہوں
تو سمندر میں بھٹکی ہوئی پیاس ہوں
میرا گھر خاک پر اور تیری رہگزر
میرا گھر خاک پر اور تیری رہگزر
سدرۃ المنتہیٰ

تو کجا من کجا
تو کجا من کجا
تو کجا من کجا
تو کجا من کجا

اے فرشتو وہ سلطانِ معراج ہیں
اے فرشتو وہ سلطانِ معراج ہیں
تم جو دیکھو گے حیران ہو جاؤ گے
تم جو دیکھو گے حیران ہو جاؤ گے
زلف تفسیرِ واللیل بن جائے گی
زلف تفسیرِ واللیل بن جائے گی
چہرہ قرآن سارا نظر آئے گا

چہرہ نظر آئے گ
چہرہ نظر آئے گ
چہرہ نظر آئے گ
چہرہ نظر آئے گ

میرے آقا امامِ صفِ انبیاء
میرے آقا امامِ صفِ انبیاء
نام پہ ان کے لازم ہے صلِّ علیٰ
لازم ہے صلِّ علیٰ
لازم ہے صلِّ علیٰ
لازم ہے صلِّ علیٰ
لازم ہے صلِّ علیٰ

تو کجا من کجا
مصطفیٰ مجتبیٰ
خاتم المرسلیں
یا رحمۃ للعالمیں

تو کجا من کجا
تو کجا من کجا

خیر البشر رتبہ تیرا
خیر البشر رتبہ تیرا
آوازِ حقّ خطبہ تیرا
آوازِ حقّ خطبہ تیرا
آفاق تیرے سامعیں
آفاق تیرے سامعیں
سائس جبریلِ امیں
سائس جبریلِ امیں
یا رحمۃ للعالمیں

تو کجا من کجا
تو کجا من کجا
تو کجا من کجا
تو کجا من کجا

تو ہے احرامِ انوار باندھے ہوئے
تو ہے احرامِ انوار باندھے ہوئے
میں درودوں کی دستار باندھے ہوئے
میں درودوں کی دستار باندھے ہوئے
کعبۂ عشق تو، میں تیرے چار سو
کعبۂ عشق تو، میں تیرے چار سو

تو اثر میں دعا
تو کجا من کجا
تو کجا من کجا
تو کجا من کجا
تو کجا من کجا
تو کجا من کجا
تو کجا من کجا
تو کجا من کجا
تو کجا من کجا
تو کجا من کجا
تو کجا من کجا

 

 

 

Hadith 1: Hazrat Imam Bukhari ؓ◌ reported from Hazrat Ibn
Ab’bas  that Rasoolullah صلى الله عليه وسلم said, ‘Eat whatever it is you
fancy and wear whatever it is you fancy, as long as it is free from two
things; Lavishness and Pride (Arrogance)’.
Hadith 2: Imam Ahmed, Nasa’i and Ibn Majah report from Amr
bin Shu’aib who narrates from his father, who narrates from his
grandfather that Rasool صلى الله عليه وسلم said, ‘Eat and Drink and give Sadqa
(charity) and wear elegant clothes, as long as it is not associated to
lavishness and pride’.
Hadith 3: It is in Sahih Bukhari and Muslim from Anas ؓ◌ that
Rasoolullah صلى الله عليه وسلم liked ‘Hibrah’ very much. This was a type of striped
wrap (shawl), which was manufactured in Yemen.
Hadith 4: Tirmizi reported from Jaabir bin Sumrah ؓ◌. He says, I
saw Nabi صلى الله عليه وسلم on a full moonlit night. The Holy Prophet صلى الله عليه وسلم was attired
in a reddish robe. In other words, it (i.e. the robe) had reddish stripes
on it. I would sometimes look at Huzoor صلى الله عليه وسلم and sometimes I would
look at the moon. According to me, Huzoor صلى الله عليه وسلم was more beautiful
than the moon.
Hadith 5: It is in Sahih Bukhari and Muslim on the authority of
Abu Burdah ؓ◌. He says that Hazrat A’isha  brought out a
small blanket with patches on it, and a thick Tahband (waistcloth)
and said, ‘Huzoor صلى الله عليه وسلم passed from this world in these clothes.’ (In
other words, at the time of his Wafaat from this world, Huzoor صلى الله عليه وسلم
was wearing the same type of clothing)
Hadith 6: It is in Sahih Bukhari and Muslim from Abu Hurairah ؓ◌
that Huzoor صلى الله عليه وسلم said, ‘Allah Ta’ Aala will not place His Divine Mercy
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on a person who drags his tahband (waistcloth) out of pride’ (i.e. he
wears it so long that it touches the ground).
It is in the narration of Ibn Umar that, Allah will not place
His Divine Mercy on a person who allows his garments to trail in a
boastful manner.
It is also in Sahih Bukhari from him as well, that a person was
dragging his tahband (waistcloth) in a boastful manner, so he was
caused to sink into the ground. He will continue to sink into the
ground until Qiyaamat.
Hadith 7: It is in Sahih Bukhari from Abu Hurairah ؓ◌that Rasool
صلى الله عليه وسلم said, ‘The piece of the waist cloth which is below (over) the
ankles is in the fire’.
Hadith 8: Abu Dawud and Ibn Majah report from Abu Saeed
Khudri ؓ◌ that Rasoolullah صلى الله عليه وسلم says, ‘The waistcloth of a Momin is up
to half the shins. If it is between the shin and the ankle, still there is
no objection to this and whatever is below that is in the fire and on
the Day of Qiyaamat Allah will not place His Divine Mercy on him,
who allows his waistcloth to trail (on the ground) out of pride’.
Hadith 9: Abu Dawud, Nasa’i and Ibn Majah have reported from
Ibn Umar that Rasoolullah صلى الله عليه وسلم said, ‘that ‘Asbaal’ in other
words, the wearing of clothes trailing (on the ground) is not allowed
and this (prohibition) refers to the waistcloth, Qamees (Upper
Garment/Kurta etc.), the turban and everything else. Hazrat Umm-eSalma enquired regarding the ruling in this matter for the
females. He صلى الله عليه وسلم said, ‘Let it hang down one span in length (i.e. one
span length from below half the shin)’. She said, ‘The foot of the
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women will then be visible’. He صلى الله عليه وسلم said, ‘Let it hang down (trail by)
one hand length (and) not more than that’.
Hadith 10: It is in Sahih Muslim on the authority of Abdullah ibn
Umar  He says, ‘I passed by Rasoolullah صلى الله عليه وسلم and my
waistcloth was trailing a bit low’. He صلى الله عليه وسلم said, ‘Abdullah! Wear your
waistcloth higher, so I wore it higher.’ He صلى الله عليه وسلم then said, ‘wear it even
higher, so I wore it higher’. After this, I always made an effort to
practice this’. Someone queried from Hazrat Abdullah ؓ◌ regarding
the height at which it should be worn and he said up to half way of
the shin.
Hadith 11: In Sahih Bukhari it was narrated from Ibn Umar
that Rasoolullah صلى الله عليه وسلم said, ‘Allah will not place His Divine Mercy on
that person who drags his garments out of pride’. Hazrat Abu Bakr
Siddique ؓ◌ enquired, ‘Ya Rasool’Allah! صلى الله عليه وسلم my waistcloth ends up
trailing (on the ground), unless I give particular attention to it (i.e.
His waistcloth never used to remain set on his stomach, it used to
slip downwards)’. Rasoolullah صلى الله عليه وسلم said, ‘You are not of those who
cause it to hang due to pride (i.e. this warning is for those whose
intention is to wear the waistcloth so that it trails on the ground)’.
Hadith 12: Abu Dawud reported from Ikrama. He says, ‘I noticed
that Hazrat Ibn Ab’bas ؓ◌ was wearing his waistcloth in a manner
that the edge of his waistcloth was at the back of his foot’. I asked,
‘Why do you tie (wear) the waistcloth in this manner?’ He replied by
saying, ‘I saw Rasoolullah صلى الله عليه وسلم tie (wear) his waistcloth in this
manner’.
Hadith 13: Tirmizi and Abu Dawud have reported on the
authority of Asma bint Yazeed   She says that the sleeves of
Rasoolullah’s صلى الله عليه وسلم Qamees were up to his wrists.
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Hadith 14: Imam Ahmed, Tirmizi, Nasa’i and Ibn Majah have
reported from Sumrah ؓ◌ that Nabi Kareem صلى الله عليه وسلم said, ‘Wear white
clothing, for it is more pure and clean and shroud your deceased in it
as well’.

Hadith 15: Ibn Majah reported from Abu Dardah ؓ◌ that
Rasoolullah صلى الله عليه وسلم said, ‘The best clothes (are the ones) which you wear
when presenting yourself before Allah, when going to your graves
and in Musjids, (and these are) white ones’. This means it is best to
wear white when performing Namaaz and to use white when
shrouding your deceased.
Hadith 16: Tirmizi and Abu Dawud have reported from Abdullah
ibn Umar He says that a person walked by wearing red
clothing and he conveyed Salaam to Huzoor صلى الله عليه وسلم. Huzoor صلى الله عليه وسلم did not
reply to his Salaam.
Hadith 17: Abu Dawud reports from Sayyida A’isha  that
Asma came before Nabi صلى الله عليه وسلم wearing thin clothing. Huzoor
صلى الله عليه وسلم turned his face away and said, ‘O Asma! Once a female reaches
puberty, then no portion of her body should be exposed, except for
her face and her palms’.
Hadith 18: Imam Maalik reports from Alqama bin Abi Alqama and
he reports from his mother that Hafsa bint Abdur Rahmaan visited
Hazrat A’isha wearing a very thin stole (i.e. a scarf or a
shawl). Hazrat A’isha  tore up her stole and gave her one
that was thick.
Hadith 19: Tirmizi reported from Ibn Umar   that when
Rasoolullah صلى الله عليه وسلم would tie the turban, he would allow the shimla
(loose end of the turban) to hang between both his shoulders.
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Hadith 20: Baihaqi has reported in Sha’bul Imaan from Ubaada
bin Saamit ؓ◌ that Rasoolullah صلى الله عليه وسلم said, ‘Adopt the tying (wearing) of
the Amaama (Turban), for it is the sign of the Angels, and allow it
(i.e. the shimla) to hang at the back’.
Hadith 21: Tirmizi reported from Rukana ؓ◌ that Huzoor صلى الله عليه وسلم said,
‘The distinction between us and the mushriks (polytheists) is that
our turbans are worn (tied) on (top of our) hats’.
Hadith 22: Tirmizi reported from A’isha . She says that,
‘Huzoor صلى الله عليه وسلم said to me ‘A’isha! If you wish to meet with me (i.e. in the
hereafter), then be content in this world with the amount of
provisions which suffice a trooper (i.e. a rider or traveller), and avoid
sitting in the company of the wealthy, and do not regard your
clothing as old until you have not patched them’.’
Hadith 23: Abu Dawud reported from Abu Umaama ؓ◌ that
Rasoolullah صلى الله عليه وسلم said, ‘Have you not heard! Have you not heard that to
be in an insignificant condition is from Imaan. To be in an
insignificant condition is from Imaan’. (Insignificant here refers to
one who no one values because of his poverty etc)
Hadith 24: Imam Ahmed, Abu Dawud and Ibn Majah reported
from Ibn Umr  that Rasoolullah صلى الله عليه وسلم said, ‘Allah will dress the
one who wears the garb of fame, with the garb of shame on the day
of Qiyaamat’.
Clothing of Fame here refers to a person who dresses in good clothes
out of pride (boastfulness) or it refers to that person who is not a
Darvesh (Dervish), yet he dresses in a manner that causes the people
to regard him as a Dervish; or it refers to a person who is not an
Aalim, but dresses up in the garb of the Ulama and tries to deceive
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people into believing that he is an Aalim (even though he isn’t). In
other words, his objective of dressing in such a manner is to show
some kind of stature (about himself).
Hadith 25: Abu Dawud reported from one Sahabi that Rasoolullah
صلى الله عليه وسلم said, ‘The person who refrains from wearing good clothes out of
humility, even though he has the capability of wearing it, Allah
ta’aala will dress him in the Robe of Karaamat (Miraculous Garb)’.
Hadith 26: Imam Ahmed and Nasa’i have reported on the
authority of Jaabir ؓ◌. He says that ‘Huzoor صلى الله عليه وسلم came over to us and
noticed a person whose hair was untidy and spread apart. He صلى الله عليه وسلم
said, ‘Can he not find something with which he may gather his hair
properly (i.e. neaten it)?’ He صلى الله عليه وسلم saw another person dressed in
unclean clothes. He صلى الله عليه وسلم said, ‘Can he not find something with which
he may wash his clothes?’’
Hadith 27: Tirmizi reported on the authority of Abdullah ibn
Umar   that Rasoolullah صلى الله عليه وسلم said, ‘Allah ta’aala loves for the
sign of His Grace (Ne’mat) to be visible on His servant’.
Hadith 28: Imam Ahmed and Nasa’i have reported from Abul
Ahwas and he in turn reported from his father. He says, ‘I presented
myself before Rasoolullah صلى الله عليه وسلم and my clothes were frail’. Huzoor صلى الله عليه وسلم
said, ‘Do you not have any riches?’ I replied by saying that ‘I did’. He
صلى الله عليه وسلم asked, ‘What type of riches do you possess?’ I replied, ‘I have all
types of wealth given to me by Allah; (I have) camels, cows, goats,
horses and slaves’. He صلى الله عليه وسلم said, ‘Allah has blessed you with riches, so
the sign of His Grace and His Marvels should be visible on you’.
Hadith 29: In Sahih Bukhari it is reported from Hazrat Umar,
Anas, Ibn Zubair and Abu Umaama  that Nabi Kareem صلى الله عليه وسلم
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said, ‘One who wears silk in this world will not wear it in the
Hereafter’.
Hadith 30: In Sahih Bukhari and Muslim on the authority of Ibn
Umar  that Rasoolullah صلى الله عليه وسلم said, ‘For the one who wears
silk in this world, there is no share in the Hereafter’.
Hadith 31: In Sahih Bukhari and Muslim it is reported from
Hazrat Umar ؓ◌ that Rasoolullah صلى الله عليه وسلم forbade the wearing of silk,
except for this much, and Rasoolullah indicated this by bringing his
two fingers together, the Kalima (Index) finger and the Middle
finger.
It has been mentioned in one narration of Sahih Muslim that Hazrat
Umar ؓ◌ said during a Khutbah (sermon) that ‘Rasoolullah صلى الله عليه وسلم
forbade the wearing of silk, except for that which is equal to the
span of two or three or four fingers’. In other words, a silk edging of
that width can be used on any clothing.
Hadith 32: In Sahih Muslim on the authority of Asma bint Abu
Bakr  that she brought out a Kasrwani Jubbah (Robe), the
collar of which was made from Dibaaj (a type of silk) and there were
silk edgings on both slits. She said, ‘This is the Robe of Rasoolullah
صلى الله عليه وسلم which was in the possession of Hazrat A’isha  and when
Hazrat A’isha   passed away I took it into my possession.
Huzoor صلى الله عليه وسلم used to wear it and we rinse it and give its water to those
who are ill, so that they may attain Shifa (are cured)’.
Hadith 33: Tirmizi and Nasa’i have reported from Abu Moosa
Ash’ari ؓ◌ that Nabi صلى الله عليه وسلم said, ‘Gold and Silk are Halaal (lawful) for the
women of my Ummat and Haraam (unlawful – forbidden) upon the
men’.

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