Sunday, 17 March 2013


In the name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful

TThree names have been mentioned in this verse.
1. ALLAH is a name which is used only for HIM. No other body can be called with this name.  It is HIS personal name. ALLAH is the Life who created the entire universe, like earth, skies, rivers, Mountains, vegetations, minerals & fossils, moon, sun, star etc. Moon and stars twinkle with HIS Power. Birds fly with HIS order. HE causes to rain and grows all kinds of productions.
2. RAHMAAN (The BENEFICENT) is HIS acquired name. It is a declaration of HIS common Pity that HE feels pity over HIS entire creature. HIS air, rains and other kindnesses are equal for all, good and bad. HE gives us a lot of precious prizes without requesting.
3. RAHIIM (The MERCIFUL) is 2nd acquired name of ALLAH and declaration of HIS particular mercy. HE gives particular rewards to HIS servants. HE grants 70 steps in exchange for goodness. In the sayings of Messenger (peace be upon Him) of ALLAH it comes that whenever He (peace be upon Him) began any work, first of all He, The Messenger (peace be upon Him) recited Bismillahir-Rahmaanir-Rahiim. Whenever we have to start any work with HIS name, then, as though we shall say that my heart is pure, my intention is sincere, my cause is higher, I am servant of only ALLAH and displeased from infidelity. If ALLAH is The BENEFICENT and The MERCIFUL, then we should trust on HIS mercy. We should not lose the spirit, We should not withdraw cowardly. When we shall trust in ALLAH like this, then we shall succeed in every field of work. So the Messenger  (peace be upon Him)  guided us ,”If  on beginning of any work Bismillaahir-Rahmaanir-Rahiim is not recited, then GOD’s prosperity would not include in that work and resultantly heart of the person would not satisfy from it.  
Transliteration in Roman Script, English Translation by Marmaduke Pickthall and Paraphrase collected from Dars e Qur’aan published By Idara Islah wa Tableegh, Lahore & translated By Muhammad Sharif Fauji

Saturday, 16 March 2013



Fa-`izaa qara’-tal-Qur-
`aana fasta-‘iz  billahi minash-Shaytaanir-
And when thou recitest the Qur’aan, seek refuge in Allah from Satan the outcast.


Out of the creatures of ALLAH ALMIGHTY, there is also a creature, which is called Satan (devil). He has been born from the fire. When a competition took place between the Angels and Adam (compliments upon them) and Adam (compliments upon him) won the Test, GOD ordered the Angels to bow in front of Adam (compliments upon him). So all the Angels bowed their bodies and placed their foreheads on the ground in front of Adam (compliments upon them). But Satan denied bowing because he had disease of pride in his heart. When he was asked, he replied, “I have been born from the fire and Adam (compliments upon him) from the Mud. So I am better than He. How fire can bow in front of mud”. Hence, due to his pride the Satan was determined outcast forever and till the day of resurrection he was fixed as cursed. Now the Satan decided to take revenge of his disgrace. Any how he put Adam (compliments upon him) and his wife, Eve, out of the Heaven and announced that he would try to misguide the children of Adam (compliments upon him) till the Day of Judgment. It means that the Satan is our real enemy forever. So our LORD (ALLAH ALMIGHTY) ordered us to recite like mentioned above. The Last Messenger Hadrat Muhammad (peace be upon Him) guides us that Satan produces effects in your constitution like the blood circulates in your bodies. Satan looks the people but the people neither can look him and nor they can save themselves from the attack of Satan easily. So every body must seek refuge from the effects of Satan. It is included in the respects of recitation of Holy Qur’aan that whenever anyone out of you begins to recite, he should recite first of all, “I seek refuge in ALLAH from Satan the outcast”. So that our MASTER take us in HIS refuge and Satan may not get chance to mislead and allure us in this kind act. Essence of the meanings of Verses may change with wrong interpretation. O ALLAH ALMIGHTY! Save us from each kind of depravity.       
Transliteration in Roman Script, English Translation by Marmaduke Pickthall and Paraphrase collected from Dars e Qur’aan published By Idara Islah wa Tableegh, Lahore & translated By Muhammad Sharif Fauji

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