Wednesday, August 3, 2011

Mandatory Ramazan As Opportunity to Self Cleanse

Alhamdulillah, the Holy Qur'an [complete code of life] is regularly recited in the Travih and other prayers. Sadly, many of us remain ignorant throughout our lifetime till our departure from the worldly life without even understanding Allah's message with utmost clarity. It's compulsory for all Muslims to listen to recitation with sincerity and devotion.

Lucky are those who are conversant with Arabic Language (written and spoken). They are getting Lord's message clearly, whereas other Muslims have to learn the language or understand the message through translated versions, provided they are sincere enough to listen to Allah's commandments with their heart and soul.
Reciting the Holy Qur’an and offering daily mandatory five prayers is not enough - unless we stay away from bad deeds and do only good deeds in the eyes of our Lord SWT.
There is no room for hypocrites in Islam which means [baghal mai churee moonh mai ram ram]. Worshipping and dishonesty can’t go hand in hand.
No double standards are permissible.
The best way to respond to Allah's commands is first to follow practices [Sunnah] of Prophet Muhammad Salllaaho Alaihey Wasallam as Prophet Muhammad’s (PBUH) practical life is the best guide for us all to follow teachings of the Divine message outlined poetically in the noble Qur’an.
Since, the Qur’an is FINAL Divinely Guidance for the “entire Humankind” and not just for the Muslims; therefore, “Non Practical Muslims” and “Non Muslims” must take advantage of it before the soul leaves the body.

 
May Allah SWT give us taufeeq to attain Taqwa during the current Holy month. Aameen!

20 comments:

IRFANUDDIN said...

yes one must stay away from the bad deeds and try to lead a life prescribed in the Holy Quran and follow Sunnah...

unfortunately ppl from this part of world are not so much familiar with Arabic language...

tariq said...

@IRFAN BHAI:***** thank you for your quick visit here.
I appreciate your valuable comment.

Indeed, there is more reward for the non arabis provided the Divine message is properly understood and practiced as prescribed.
Learning Arabic should be encouraged.

Anonymous said...

Congratulations on the improved image of your site. Happy Ramadan

Masafer

Umm Maryam said...

Staying away from bad deeds can be done even without knowing the arabic language. However, as Tariq said, learning good (fusHa) classical arabic should be encouraged. This will help people understand what is being said as the Qur'an is being recited. If we don't understand what is being said in our prayers and duas on a daily basis let alone Ramadan, how can we achieve sincerity in worshipping Allah SobHanu wa Ta'ala and following His message?

tariq said...

@ Masafer (Anonymous)thanks for the feed back----Happy Ramadan

tariq said...

@ UMM MARYAM, I must admit you have made my post even better by adding a few lines in your own beautiful style. Thanks for enlightening.
JAZAK ALLAH

ASIFA said...

What a thrilling moments in Heram Shareef! Very nice recitation.

TariqMian said...

@asifa,
JAZAK ALLAH

Mishi said...

the videos are amazing..where did you get them? Arabic is surely the sweetest language on the globe..its sad how we are not taught this..tho we used to read it as it was a part of our sylbs..but then dont know what went wrong and we had it disappeared..another policy blunder i guess...khair nice read..em trying to come up with another read according to the ramadan..wish me luck;-)

tariq said...
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TARIQ said...

@ MIHI********,
jazkAllah for dropping by.
Indeed! the videos are amazing.Believe me if you are actually there it thrills your whole body.
I had that experience in 2006; have no words to explain.

Since has so much - you can re-post the relevant one for the benefit of your audience.
Yes you are right-- Arabic should be taught as major throughout educational period.
As you intend to do a post regarding RAMZAN SHARIF, GOOD LUCK with your new brainstorming, INSHAALLAH.

tariqMian said...

@ MIHI********,
jazkAllah for dropping by.
Indeed! the videos are amazing.
Believe me, if you are actually there it thrills your whole body alongwith mind and soul.
Honest to God, I had that experience in 2006; have no words to explain.

You can safely re-post the relevant stuff from the youtube for the benefit of your audience.

Yes! you are right-- Arabic should be taught as major throughout educational duration with compulsion.
****As you intend to do a post regarding RAMZAN SHARIF, GOOD LUCK with your new brainstorming, INSHAALLAH.

M.A. said...

Ramadhan Kareem, May your fasting be accepting and used to expiate you upon your arrival in the afterlife. Ameen.

The article has given me pause to reflect on the reality of my own lack of understanding. While I stand in Tarawy Salaat, I often find my thoughts drifting. I feel strongly that this phenomenon is a result of lack of understanding.

Normatively every muslim should have the knowledge of Arabic fluidly. With that in mind, my generation and future and current parents should honestly look into how we can become become versed in and teach our children, the language of the Quran, inshaAllah.
That is to say that we should learn Arabic and then in turn learn the classical Quranic dialect.

The first step should be to develop our colloquial ability, in my opnion. After doing so I do not believe it is unreasonable to have an ambition for learning the more complex Quranic nomenclature. One must learn to walk before they can run.

Thank you for the article and enjoy the remainder of your Ramadhan.

TARIQ MIAN said...

@ Mishi, (Mishi instead of MIHI)

jazkAllah for dropping by.
Indeed! the videos are amazing.Believe me if you are actually there it thrills your whole body.
I had that experience in 2006; have no words to explain.

Since has so much - you can re-post the relevant one for the benefit of your audience.
Yes you are right-- Arabic should be taught as major throughout educational period.
As you intend to do a post regarding RAMZAN SHARIF, GOOD LUCK with your new brainstorming, INSHAALLAH.

TARIQ MIAN said...

@MA
Your feed back is so impressive that I have to read it over and over.
Thank you.

Adil Shah said...

very nice videos sir.do post some more please

tariq mian said...

@ Adil Shah, thank you for coming over despite your busy schedule.
As per your wish, here are some more thrilling videos.

Anonymous said...

incedible videos

Anonymous said...

@ Anonymous,
(whoever U R)
--thanks for appreciating.

tariqMian said...

[@ANONYMOUS,---@Annonymous]
What an anonymous world--please come out of hiding.

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