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1. Hard work: All hard work brings a profit, but mere talk leads only to poverty.
2. Laziness: A sleeping lobster is carried away by the water current.
3. Earnings: Never depend on a single source of income. [At least make your savings get you second earning]
4. Spending: If you buy things that you don’t need. You’ll soon sell things you need.
5. Savings: Don’t save what is left after spending; spend what is left after saving.
6. Borrowings: The borrower becomes the lender’s slave.
7. Accounting: It’s no use carrying an umbrella, if your shoes are leaking.
8. Auditing: Beware of little expenses. A small leak can sink a large ship.
9. Risk-taking: Never test the depth of the river with both feet. [Have an alternate plan ready]
10. Investment: Don’t put all your eggs in one basket.

Those who have already been practicing these principles remain financially healthy. Those who resolve to start practicing these principles will quickly regain their financial health.
Let us become wiser and lead a happy, healthy, prosperous and peaceful life.

Friday, April 17, 2009

IMF Function

Farewell to IMF Founder President Al Haj Kasim Fakir Saheb
இந்திய முஸ்லீம் பேரவை அபுதாபி -- பிரிவு உபசார விஷா

சிங்கை பயணம் 2006

130 Farz in Islam

Articles of faith

All Muslims must believe in Allah, his revelations, his angels, his messengers, and in the "Day of Judgment". I am narrating these articles of faith as taught by the Marhoom Moinudeen Hazarath in 1970's for the Anjuman students of Minambur. The 130 farz of Islam.

Binai Islam Kay 5 Farz 5 pillars of Islam
a) Kalima Padna To bear witness that there is none worthy of worship except Allah and that Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) is the Messenger of Allah.
b) Namaz Padna To observe Prayer (Salat).
c) Roza Rahena To Observe fasting during Ramadhan.
d) Zakath Dena To Pay Zakat (Alms giving)
e) Hajj Karna To perform the Pilgrimage to the House of Allah (Hajj).

Ghusul kay Farz 4

Major ablution (Bath)

Rinsing the mouth;
Sniffing water into the nostrils,
Pouring water over the whole body so no single part of the body remained dry including hairs.
Wudhu Kay Farz 4 4 of minor ablution
Moo dhona Washing the face from hair of the forehead to the lower portion of the chin; and across from one ear to the other
Khonion thank Hath dhona Washing both hands and arms upto the elbows;
Masa'h karna Performing the Masa'h (wiping with wet hands, one fourth of one's head);
Takhney thak pair dhona Washing both the feet upto the ankles

Thayamum Key far 4
Intention (Niyyat)
Striking or keeping both the palms on the object on which tayammum is valid. As an obligatory precaution, this should be done by both the palms together.
Wiping or stroking the entire forehead with the palms of both the hands, and, as an obligatory precaution, its two ends commencing from the spot where the hair of one's head grow down to the eyebrows and above the nose. And it is recommended that the palms pass over the eyebrows as well.
To pass the left palm over the whole back of the right hand and thereafter, to pass the right palm over the whole back of the left hand.
Ahakaam our Arkan kay 13 farz Obligatory acts of prayer (salah)
a) Than Pak Cleanliness of the body;
b) Jama Pak Cleanliness of the clothes;
c) Jai Pak Cleanliness of the place (where Prayer is being offered);
d) Satr Dapna Hiding (covering) parts of the body-ordained to be covered (i.e. the Satr);
e) Wakhth Paichanna Time being proper for the Prayer
f) Ruburu Kibalay key tharaf kadehona Facing the Qiblah;
g) Niyath Karna Saying the 'intention' (Niyyah).
h) Thakbirey Thahima saying takbir tahrima;
i) Qiyam qiyam (standing)
j) Qirath qira't (reciting the holy Quran);
k) Ruku ruku (making a bow);
l) Sajda two sijdahs (falling Prostrate);
m) Akari Qada the last Qada (sitting) that is, sitting sufficiently long to enable one to say Tashahhud. But the takbir tahrima is a precondition
Hazarath ki Pidi 4
Hazarath Abdullah
Hazarath Abdulmuthalif
Hazarath Hashim
Hazarath Abdaymunaf
Farishthone par Iman lana
Hazrat JIBRAEEL Alayhis Salaam. Hazrat JIBRAEEL (Alayhis-Salaam) brought Allah's Books, Orders and messages to all the Prophets. He was also sent to help the Prophets at times and fight against their enemies.
Hazrat MICHAEEL Alayhis Salaam. Hazrat MICHAAEEL (A.S.) is in charge of food and rain. Other Angels work under him who are in charge of clouds, the seas, the rivers and the winds. He gets the order from Allah. He then orders the others under his command
Hazrat IZRAAELL Alayhis Salaam. Hazrat IZRAAEEL (A.S.) takes away life with the order of Allah. He is in charge of death. Numerous Angels work under him. Some take away the lives of good persons whilst others looking very fearful take away the lives of sinners and disbelievers.
Hazrat ISRAFEEL Alayhis Salaam. Hazrat ISRAAFEEL (A.S.) will blow the SOOR (TRUMPET) on the DAY OF JUDGMENT. The sound will destroy and kill everything that is on earth and in the skies. When he blows for the second time all will come to life with the order of Allah.
Kithab par Iman lana Muslims believe that Allah (God) sent some prophets with books or words of revelation: Abraham's Scrolls, the Psalms of David, the Torah, the Gospel of Jesus, and the Quran.
TOURAAT The TOURAAT (OLD TESTAMENT) was given to Hazrat MOOSA (Alayhis-Salaam).
ZABOOR The ZABOOR (PSALMS) were given to Hazrat DAWOOD (Alayhis-Salaam).
INJEEL The INJEEL (NEW TESTAMENT) was given to Hazrat ESA (Alayhis-Salaam).
HOLY QURAN. The HOLY QURAN, the final Book of Allah was revealed to Hazrat MUHAMMAD MUSTAFA
Iman key 7 farz 7 Pillars of Faith
Amantu billahi wa malaikatihi wa kutubihi wa rsulihi wal yamil akhiri wa bil qadari khayrihi wa sharrihi min allahi te’ala wa ba’thu ba’dal mawti. Ashhadu an-la ilaha illallah wa ashhadu anna Muhammadan ‘abduhu wa Rasuluh.
I believe in Allah, in His angels, in His books, in His Prophets, in the Day of Judgment, and that everything good or bad is decided by God the Almighty, and in the life-after-death (the resurrection). I bear witness that their is no deity but Allah (the God) and Muhammad is His servant and His apostle.
Allah per Iman lana To believe In Allah
Farishtoon per Iman In His Angels
Kithaboon per Iman In His revealed Books
Paighambaron per Iman In His Messengers
Kiyamath per Iman On the Day of Judgement
Neky bathi per Iman lana goodness and nongood things of destiny are all from Allah
Marney key bath fir zinda honay per iman lana being raised from the dead by Allah

Madhab 4
Faraz namaz 17
30 Roza
30 Niya

Jumla 130 Faraz