Rahe Jaate heh Armaan

Rahe Jaate heh Armaan

Rahe jaate heh jaate heh yeh armaan haye mere seene meh

Rahe jaate heh jaate heh yeh armaan haye mere seene meh

Na Kaabah ki galie dekhi na poncha meh Madina meh

Na Kaabah ki galie dekhi na poncha meh Madina meh

Soona heh noor ki barsaat hoti heh Madina meh

Soona heh noor ki barsaat hoti heh Madina meh

 Ilahi ek cheeta aa pare hum sub ke seene meh

Ilahi ek cheeta aa pare hum sub ke seene meh

Rahe jaate heh jate heh yeh armaan haye mere seene meh

Mazaa kya khaak aaye door rehkar aise jeene meh

Mazaa kya khaak aaye door rehkar aise jeene meh

Ke parwana yahaan  tarpe rahe shama Madina meh

Ke parwana yahaan  tarpe rahe shama Madina meh

Rahe jaate heh jate heh yeh armaan haye mere seene meh

Muhammad ki judaai aag bharkati heh  seene meh

Muhammad ki judaai aag bharkati heh  seene meh

Rawa jub  dekhta hoon qaafile Haj ke mahine meh

Rawa jub  dekhta hoon qaafile haj ke mahine meh

Rahe jaate heh jate heh yeh armaan haye mere seene meh

Muhammad is taraah tashreef  farmaa heh  Madina meh

Muhammad is taraah tashreef  farmaa heh  Madina meh

Ke jaise surah Yaseen  heh Qur’aan ke seene meh

Ke jaise surah Yaseen  heh Qur’aan ke seene meh

Rahe jaate heh jate heh yeh armaan haye mere seene meh

Na Kaabe ki galie dekhi na poncha  meh Madina meh

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=up7zi3xjF_0

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gYSdmIK3hFQ

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o12r0tEgl-M

The incredible wisdom of Luqman

PeaceDeen

The story of Luqman is mentioned in Sura Luqman (31:12-19). More about Luqman is stated in Ibn Kathir’s book, “Stories of the Prophet”. A summary of that story is stated below.

Luqman Ibn ‘Anqa’ Ibn Sadun or, as stated by As-Suhaili from Ibn Jarir and Al-Qutaibi, Luqman Ibn Tharan, was from among the people of Aylah (Jerusalem). He was a pious man who exerted himself in worship and who was blessed with wisdom.

Sufyan Ath- Thawri narrated from Al-Ash’ath after ‘Ikrimah on the authority of Ibn ‘Abbas (May Allah be pleased with him) that he was an Ethiopian slave who worked as a carpenter. Qatadah narrated from Abdullah Ibn Az-Zubair that Jabir Ibn ‘Abdullah when asked about Luqman, said: “He was short with a flat nose. He was from Nubia.”

Yahia Ibn Sa’ id Al-Ansari said after Sa’ id Ibn Al-Musayib that Luqman belonged to the black men of…

View original post 2,332 more words