Zahe Husn O Jamaale Javidana Naat Lyrics


Zahe Husn O Jamaale Javidana Naat Lyrics


Zahe Husn o Jamaale Javidana Naat Lyrics in Urdu, Hindi and English زہے حسن و جمال جاودانہ ज़हे हुस्नो जमाले जाविदाना

Kalaam : Hazrat Maulana Jaami ra

تعالیٰ اللہ زہے شاہِ یگانہ
زہے حسن وجمال جاویدانہ

तआ़लल्लाह ज़हे शाहे यगाना
ज़हे हुस्नो जमाले जाविदाना

Ta’ala Allah Zahe Shaahe Yagaana
Zahe Husn o Jamaale Javidana


دریں بُت خانہ ہر نقشے کے بودم
تُئی مقصودِ ما دیگر بہانہ

दरीं बुतख़ाना हर नक़्शे के बूदम
तुई मक़सूद ए मा दीगर बहाना

Dariñ ButKhana Har Naqhe Ke Boodam
Tui Maqsood e Ma Deegar Bahana


نہ بیند چشمِ عارف عرض و خال
نجوید مرغِ قدسی آب و دانا

न बीनद चश्मे आरिफ़ अर्ज़ो ख़ाले
न जूयद मुर्ग़ ए क़ुदसी आबो-दाना

Na Beenad Chashm-e Aarif Arz o Khaale
Na Jooyad Murgh-e Qudsi Aab o Daana


اگر خوانی زعشقم داستانے
بخوانی عشقِ مجنوں جز فسانہ

अगर ख़्वानी ज़े इश्क़म दासताने
ब-ख़्वानी इश्क़-ए मजनूं जुज़ फ़साना

Agar Khwani Ze Ishqam Daastaane
Ba Khwani Ishq-e Majnooñ Juz Fasaana


مجو اسرارِ عشق از شیخِ خلوت
چہ داند نطقِ طوطی مرغ خانہ

मजू असरार ए इश्क़ अज़ शैख़ ए ख़िलवत
चे दानद नुतक़े तूती मुर्ग़ख़ाना

Maju Asraar-e Ishq Az Shaikh e Khilwat
Che Daanad Nutq-e Tuuti Murgh-Khaana


میانت را چناں خواہم در آغوش
کہ موئے ہم نہ گنجد درمیانہ

मयानत रा चूनां ख़्वाहम दर आग़ोश
के मूए हम न गंजद दरमयाना

Mayaanat Ra Chunañ Khwaham Dar Aaghosh
Ke Moo-e Ham Na Ganjad Darmiyana


گزرکن برسرِ جامی کہ دارد
سرِ خدمت بخاکِ آستانہ

गुज़र कुन बरसरे जामी के दारद
सरे ख़िदमत ब-ख़ाक़ ए आस्ताना

Guzar Kun Barsare Jaami Ke Daarad
Sare Khidmat Ba-Khaaqe Aastaana

حضرت مولانا عبدالرحمن جامی رحمۃ اللہ علیہ



The Importance of Fiqh & A Brief
Introduction to Imam Azam Abu Hanifa
Compiled from the Book ‘Imam Azam Abu Hanifa’ By Mujaahid-e-Ahl-eSunnat, Hazrat Allama Sayed Shah Turab-ul-Haq Qaadiri Razvi Noori

Fiqah refers to Islamic Jurisprudence and is the explanation of the Shariah
in the light of the Qur’an and Sunnah. There are four well-known schools of
Jurisprudence, namely; Hanafi, Shafi’I, Hambali and Maliki. Fiqh plays a
very important part in the life of every Muslim. The learned Jurists
(Fuqaha) have derived the important rulings of the Shariah based on the
commands of Qur’an and Sunnah. The importance of Fiqh and the
excellence in understanding the Deen has been mentioned clearly in the
Holy Qur’an and the Hadith.
Fiqh in the Light of the Qur’an
Intellect, acumen and understanding are great blessings of Allah. It is
necessary for a Muslim to be blessed with these if he wishes to understand
the Holy Qur’an, The Hadith and the secrets and laws that have been
mentioned therein. Almighty Allah says

‘Verily, in it are signs for those who understand’ [Surah 30 Verse 24]
In another verse of the Holy Qur’an Allah ta’ aala says


‘Verily, in it are signs for those who deliberate.’ [Surah 30, Verse 21]

Almighty Allah says

‘And We present these examples for the people, so that they may contemplate’
[Surah 59 Verse 21]
Allah Ta’aala says;

‘Undoubtedly, we have explained the signs in detail; for those who understand.’
[Surah 6 Verse 98]
The above mentioned verses of the Holy Qur’an make it very clear that to
attain Tafaquh fid Deen, i.e. proper understanding and appreciation of the
Deen; one has to be blessed with intellect and the capability to understand.
Those who have been blessed with the knowledge of Deen and especially
with the knowledge of Fiqh are those who have been bestowed with special
blessings by Allah. The Holy Qur’an makes it very clear that those with
knowledge and those who are unaware are not alike. Almighty Allah says

‘(O Beloved) Say you; Are those who know and those who know not equal? Surely, it
is the wise alone that recognize the guidance.’ [Surah 39 Verse 9]
Almighty Allah says

‘And he, who has been blessed with wisdom, has surely been blessed with great
virtue.’ [Surah 2 Verse 269]
It must be noted that the Mufasireen (commentators of the Qur’an) have
mentioned that wherever in the Qur’an the mention of Wisdom has come, it
refers to the knowledge of Fiqh. The importance of Fiqh, i.e. understanding
the Deen is also evident from this verse of the Holy Qur’an. Almighty Allah

‘And it is not possible for all the believers to go out (at once); then why should a
delegation not come forth from every grouping, so that they may attain the
understanding of Religion, thereafter returning to their people, warning them, in the
hope that they may remain guarded. [Surah 9 Verse 122]
Whilst explaining this verse of the Holy Qur’an, Sadrul Afaadil Allama
Sayyid Na’eemud’deen Muradabadi الرحمه عليه says; ‘It is not necessary for every
person to become an Aalim or Faqih. However, every individual has to
attain sufficient knowledge to be able to differentiate between that which is
lawful, unlawful, to know what Fard is and what Waajib is. To acquire this
amount of knowledge is Fard-e-Ain upon every Muslim and to acquire more
knowledge than this is Fard-e-Kifaayah. It has been mentioned in the
Hadith, that it is Fard upon every Muslim to acquire knowledge (of Deen).’
[Tafseer Khaza’inul Irfaan]
The Excellence of a Faqih in the Light of Hadith
Up this point we have mentioned the importance of Fiqh in the light of the
Holy Qur’an. This has been further explained and clarified in the Hadith
Hazrat Ameer Mu’awiyah ؓhas
reported that the Beloved Rasool صلى الله عليه وسلم said ‘If Allah wills to bestow someone
with special virtue; He makes him a Faqih of the Religion’. [Bukhari,
Muslim, Mishkaa
Hazrat Abu Hurairah ؓ◌ reported that Rasoolullah صلى الله عليه وسلم said; ‘Those who
were good in the days of ignorance are also good in Islam, if they have
understanding of the Deen.’ [Bukhari, Muslim, Mishkaat]
In this Hadith, Rasoolullah صلى الله عليه وسلم mentioned that people are bestowed with
being better, on the basis of Fiqh, i.e. on the basis of their understanding of
their Deen. This also proves that according to Rasoolullah صلى الله عليه وسلم, one of the
best qualities in a person is for him to have knowledge of Fiqh. Once the
Holy Prophet صلى الله عليه وسلم made the following Dua for Hazrat Abdullah ibn Ab’bas
ْن ;saying by

ا O Allah! Make him a Faqih of the
Religion [Bukhari]
Hazrat Ibn Ab’bas  says that Rasoolullah صلى الله عليه وسلمsaid

‘One Faqih is more superior over shaitaan than a thousand worshippers.’
[Tirmizi, Ibn Majah, Mishkaat]
From this Hadith it is evident that a single Faqih (Jurist) is more powerful
over shaitaan than a thousand devout worshippers. The reason for this is
that due to the knowledge which Allah has bestowed upon him and due to
his understanding of the Deen he is able to recognise and avoid the traps
and the trickery of shaitaan. In reality, he becomes the one who assist
others to be protected from the trickery and deception of shaitaan. In Ilmul-Hadith, there are two things that are fundamental. The first being, the
authenticity of the chain of transmission and its narration; the second
being its meaning and understanding it. The Muhaditheen of the Ummah
memorised and preserved the words and chain of transmission of the
Hadith, whereas the distinguished Fuqaha carried the responsibility of
understanding its true meaning and wisdom. It should also be noted that
the distinguished Fuqaha also have complete expertise and proficiency in

the subject of Hadith. One incident pointing to the importance and
excellence of the Fuqaha is as follows: Khateeb Baghdadi mentions that a
Group of Muhaditheen were present when a woman who used to bathe
deceased females came forth and asked a question, ‘Can a female who is
menstruating give Ghusl to a female who has passed away or not?’
Imam Yahya bin Mu’een, Abu Hatheema, Zuhair bin Harb and Khalf bin
Saalim etc. who are regarded amongst distinguished Muhaditheen االله رحمهم
were present there. Each one of them began to look at the other and none
of them was able to give an answer immediately. At that moment, Imam
Abu Thaur عليه االله رحمة who with the exception of being a Muhadith was also a
Mujtahid and a Faqih, passed by. The lady approached him and queried
regarding the said issue. He said, ‘Yes, a female who is menstruating is
permitted to give Ghusl to a deceased female.’ The reason being that once
Rasoolullah صلى الله عليه وسلم said to Hazrat A’isha  Your menstruation is not in
your hand’. It is also mentioned in the Hadith that whilst in the condition of
Haidh, Hazrat A’isha   used to sprinkle water in the hair of the
Prophet صلى الله عليه وسلم and she would comb a path in his hair. So, if in such a
condition, water can be poured onto the head of a living person then why
can a deceased not be given Ghusl?’ When the distinguished Muhaditheen
heard this Fatwa of Imam Abu Thaur عليه االله رحمة they began to discuss the chain
of transmission of the Hadith he had mentioned, mentioning who its
narrators were and how it was narrated. When the woman heard this, she
said ‘Where were you all this while?’ In other words, she tried to say that if
that were the case, why then did they not give the answer’. [Tareekh-eBaghdad Volume 6 Page 67]






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