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99 Beautiful Names of Allah

 Arabic  English Translation             
1  Allah (الله) The Greatest Name    
2  Ar-Rahman (الرحمن)           The All-Compassionate
3  Ar-Rahim (الرحيم)  The All-Merciful
4  Al-Malik (الملك)  The Absolute Ruler
5  Al-Quddus (القدوس)  The Pure One
6  As-Salam (السلام)  The Source of Peace
7  Al-Mu'min (المؤمن)  The Inspirer of Faith
8  Al-Muhaymin (المهيمن)  The Guardian
9  Al-Aziz (العزيز)  The Victorious
10  Al-Jabbar (الجبار)  The Compeller
11  Al-Mutakabbir (المتكبر)  The Greatest
12  Al-Khaliq (الخالق)  The Creator
13  Al-Bari' (البارئ)  The Maker of Order
14  Al-Musawwir (المصور)  The Shaper of Beauty
15  Al-Ghaffar (الغفار)  The Forgiving
16  Al-Qahhar (القهار)  The Subduer
17  Al-Wahhab (الوهاب)  The Giver of All
18  Ar-Razzaq (الرزاق)  The Sustainer
19  Al-Fattah (الفتاح)  The Opener
20  Al-`Alim (العليم)  The Knower of All
21  Al-Qabid (القابض)  The Constrictor
22  Al-Basit (الباسط)  The Reliever
23  Al-Khafid (الخافض)  The Abaser
24  Ar-Rafi (الرافع)  The Exalter
25  Al-Mu'izz (المعز)  The Bestower of Honors
26  Al-Mudhill (المذل)  The Humiliator
27  As-Sami (السميع)  The Hearer of All
28  Al-Basir (البصير)  The Seer of All
29  Al-Hakam (الحكم)  The Judge
30  Al-`Adl (العدل)  The Just
31  Al-Latif (اللطيف)  The Subtle One
32  Al-Khabir (الخبير)  The All-Aware
33  Al-Halim (الحليم)  The Forbearing
34  Al-Azim (العظيم)  The Magnificent
35  Al-Ghafur (الغفور)  The Forgiver
36  Ash-Shakur (الشكور)  The Rewarder of Thankfulness
37  Al-Ali (العلى)  The Highest
38  Al-Kabir (الكبير)  The Greatest
39  Al-Hafiz (الحفيظ)  The Preserver
40  Al-Muqit (المقيت)  The Nourisher
41  Al-Hasib (الحسيب)  The Accounter
42  Al-Jalil (الجليل)  The Mighty
43  Al-Karim (الكريم)  The Generous
44  Ar-Raqib (الرقيب)  The Watchful One
45  Al-Mujib (المجيب)  The Responder to Prayer
46  Al-Wasi (الواسع)  The All-Comprehending
47  Al-Hakim (الحكيم)  The Perfectly Wise
48  Al-Wadud (الودود)  The Loving One
49  Al-Majid (المجيد)  The Majestic One
50  Al-Ba'ith (الباعث)  The Resurrector
51  Ash-Shahid (الشهيد)  The Witness
52  Al-Haqq (الحق)  The Truth
53  Al-Wakil (الوكيل)  The Trustee
54  Al-Qawiyy (القوى)  The Possessor of All Strength
55  Al-Matin (المتين)  The Forceful One
56  Al-Waliyy (الولى)  The Governor
57  Al-Hamid (الحميد)  The Praised One
58  Al-Muhsi (المحصى)  The Appraiser
59  Al-Mubdi' (المبدئ)  The Originator
60  Al-Mu'id (المعيد)  The Restorer
61  Al-Muhyi (المحيى)  The Giver of Life
62  Al-Mumit (المميت)  The Taker of Life
63  Al-Hayy (الحي)  The Ever Living One
64  Al-Qayyum (القيوم)  The Self-Existing One
65  Al-Wajid (الواجد)  The Finder
66  Al-Majid (الماجد)  The Glorious
67 Al-Wahid (الواحد)  The One, the Indivisible   
68  As-Samad (الصمد)  The Satisfier of All Needs
69  Al-Qadir (القادر)  The All Powerful
70  Al-Muqtadir (المقتدر)  The Creator of All Power
71  Al-Muqaddim (المقدم)  The Expediter
72  Al-Mu'akhkhir (المؤخر)  The Delayer
73  Al-Awwal (الأول)  The First
74  Al-Akhir (الأخر)  The Last
75  Az-Zahir (الظاهر)  The Manifest One
76  Al-Batin (الباطن)  The Hidden One
77  Al-Wali (الوالي)  The Protecting Friend
78  Al-Muta'ali (المتعالي)  The Supreme One
79  Al-Barr (البر)  The Doer of Good
80  At-Tawwab (التواب)  The Guide to Repentance
81  Al-Muntaqim (المنتقم)  The Avenger
82  Al-'Afuww (العفو)  The Forgiver
83  Ar-Ra'uf (الرؤوف)  The Clement
84  Malik-al-Mulk (مالك الملك)  The Owner of All
85  Dhul-Jalali wal-Ikram (ذو الجلال و الإكرام) The Lord of Majesty & Bounty
86  Al-Muqsit (المقسط)  The Equitable One
87  Al-Jami' (الجامع)  The Gatherer
88  Al-Ghani (الغنى)  The Rich One
89  Al-Mughni (المغنى)  The Enricher
90  Al-Mani'(المانع)  The Preventer of Harm
91  Ad-Darr (الضار)  The Creator of The Harmful
92  An-Nafi' (النافع)  The Creator of Good
93  An-Nur (النور)  The Light
94  Al-Hadi (الهادي)  The Guide
95  Al-Badi (البديع)  The Originator
96  Al-Baqi (الباقي)  The Everlasting One
97  Al-Warith (الوارث)  The Inheritor of All
98  Ar-Rashid (الرشيد)  The Righteous Teacher
99  As-Sabur (الصبور)  The Patient One

Names & Titles of Muhammad صلى الله عليه وسلم

 

Last sermon of Muhammad صلى الله عليه وسلم

 This sermon is recorded as being delivered on the Ninth Day of Dhul Hijjah 10 A.H in the Uranah Valley of mount Arafat, in Makkah during Muhammad's (saw) last pilgrimage in 632 CE. The historical reports of the even describe it being very emotional, as if the Muslim community knew that it was Muhammad's (saw) last sermon. In many ways, it represents a definitive summary of Islamic teachings and has often been used as such by Muslims today. This important text is often displayed in mosques and in homes. 

 "O People, lend me an attentive ear, for I don't know whether, after this year, I shall ever be amongst you again. Therefore listen to what I am saying to you carefully and take these words to those who could not be present here today. 

 O People, just as you regard this month, this day, this city as Sacred, so regard the life and property of every Muslim as a sacred trust. Return the goods entrusted to you to their rightful owners. Hurt no one so that no one may hurt you. Remember that you will indeed meet your Lord, and that He will indeed reckon your deeds. Allah has forbidden you to take usury (Interest), therefore all interest obligation shall henceforth be waived... Beware of Satan, for your safety of your religion. He has lost all hope that he will ever be able to lead you astray in big things, so beware of following him in small things.

 O People, it is true that you have certain rights with regard to your women, but they also have right over you. If they abide by your right then to them belongs the right to be fed and clothed in kindness. Do treat your women well and be kind to them for they are your partners and comitted helpers. And it is your right that they do not make friends with any one of whom you do not approve, as well as never to commit adultery.

 O People, listen to me in earnest, whorship Allah, say your five daily prayers (Salah), fast during the month of Ramadhan, and give your wealth in Zakat. Perform the pilgrimage if you can afford to. All mankind is from Adam and Eve. An Arab has no superiority over a non-Arab nor does a non-Arab have any superiority over an Arab; also a white person has no superiority over a black person nor does a black person have any superiority over a white person except in piety and good action. Know that every Muslim is the brother of another Muslim. Remeber, one day you will appear before Allah and answer for your deeds. So beware, do not astray from the path of righteousness after I am gone.

 O People, no prophet or apostle will come after me and no new faith will be born. Reason well, therefore, O People, and understand my words which I convey to you. I leave behind me two things, the Qur'an and the Sunnah, and if you follow these you will never go astray. All those who listen to me shall pass on my words to others and those to others again; and may the last ones understand my words better than those who listen to me direcly. Be my witness O Allah that I have conveyed your message to your people."

 

 

40 Short Ahadith from Saheehayn (Bukhari & Muslim)

 Each hadith in this list is from both Sahih Bukhari and Sahih Muslim, with Riyadus Saliheen hadith number in brackets.

1. (101) "The Fire is veiled by desires and Paradise is veiled by things people dislike."

 

2. (160) "Make your rows straight (in salah) or Allah will cause disagreements between you."

 

3. (236) "None of you can truly be said to believe until he wants for his brother what he wants for himself."

 

4. (522) "Wealth is not from a lot of money. Wealth is the independence of the self."

 

5. (625) "The Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, was neither obscene nor indecent. He used to say, 'The best of you are the best in character."

 

6. (703) "I never saw the Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, laugh so much that the inside of his mouth showed. He used to smile only."

 

7 (721) The Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, liked to begin with the right in all things - in purification, combing his hair and putting on his shoes.

 

8. (728) "Say the name of Allah and eat with your right hand and eat what is in front of you."

 

9. (736) "The Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, never criticised food. If he liked it, he ate it, and if he disliked it, he left it."

 

10. (1017) "If anyone recites the two ayats at the end of Surat al-Baqara at night, they will be enough for him."

 

11. (1038) "When you hear the adhan, repeat what the mu'adhdhin says."

 

12. (1064) "Prayer in a group is seventy seven times better than prayer performed individually."

 

13. (1134) "Make the witr the last of your prayers at night."

 

14. (1151) "When one of you comes to the Friday (prayer), he should have a bath first."

 

15. (1205) "Trim the moustache and let the beard grow."

 

16. (1229) "Have suhur (pre-dawn meal). There is blessing in suhur."

 

17. (1251) The Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, fasted the Day of 'Ashura' and ordered it to be fasted.

 

18. (1260) "Fasting three days every month is equivalent to fasting continuously."

 

19. (1268) "The Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, used to do i'tikaf in the last ten days of Ramadan."

 

20. (1278) "An 'umra in Ramadan is equivalent to hajj - or a hajj with me."

 

21. (1355) "Anyone who is killed defending his property is a martyr."

 

22. (1376) "When Allah desires good for someone, He gives him understanding in the religion."

 

23. (1379) "By Allah, for Allah to guide one man by you is better for you than red camels."

 

24. (1511) "Anyone who believes in Allah and the Last Day, should speak good words or be silent."

 

25. (1512) "I said, 'Messenger of Allah, whose Islam is best?' He said, 'The one from whose tongue and hands the Muslims are safe.'"

 

26. (1536) "A slanderer will not enter Paradise."

 

27. (1559 "Insulting a Muslim is a sin and killing him is disbelief."

 

28. (1573) "Beware of suspicion. Suspicion is the falsest kind of speech."

 

29. (1598) "When there are three together, two should not speak privately to the exclusion of the third."

 

30. (1652) "Do not leave fire burning in your houses when you sleep."

 

31. (1657) "The dead person is punished in his grave for the wailing done over him."

 

32. (1684) "Angels do not enter a house in which there is a dog or an image."

 

33. (1694) The Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, saw some mucous, spittle or phlegm on the wall (towards) qibla and he scraped it off.

 

34. (1720) "Making oaths hastens the sale of goods but eradicates the blessings."

 

35. (1746) The Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, used to dislike sleep before 'Isha' and talk after it."

 

36. (1761) "None of you should fast on the day of Friday unless he fasts a day before or after it."

 

37. (1795) "Someone who drinks from a silver vessel is gulping Hellfire into his belly."

 

38. (1803) "Do not disown your fathers. It is disbelief for anyone to disown his father."

 

39. (1834) "A believer is not stung from the same hole twice."

 

40. (1890) "The people of Paradise will see the upper rooms in Paradise as you see the stars in the sky."

 

Appearance of Muhammad صلى الله عليه وسلم

 The Prophet صلى الله عليه وسلم‎ was extraordinarily handsome, with a finely proportioned body and a face that took one's breath away. He had a very athletic and powerful build. No other man in the whole world has been so honoured and blessed. Those who knew him were fascinated and enchanted by him. Here is a brief list of descriptions about his beauty and excellence. Describing the Messenger of Allah, Umm Ma‘bad Al-Khuza‘iyah said to her husband:

 "He was innocently bright and had broad countenance. His manners were fine. Neither was his belly bulging out nor was his head deprived of hair. He had black attractive eyes finely arched by continuous eyebrows. His hair glossy and black, inclined to curl, he wore long. His voice was extremely commanding. His head was large, well formed and set on a slender neck. His expression was pensive and contemplative, serene and sublime. The stranger was fascinated from the distance, but no sooner he became intimate with him than this fascination was changed into attachment and respect. His expression was very sweet and distinct. His speech was well set and free from the use of superfluous words, as if it were a rosary of beads. His stature was neither too high nor too small to look repulsive. He was a twig amongst the two, singularly bright and fresh. He was always surrounded by his Companions. Whenever he uttered something, the listeners would hear him with rapt attention and whenever he issued any command, they vied with each other in carrying it out. He was a master and a commander. His utterances were marked by truth and sincerity, free from all kinds of falsehoods and lies." [Za'd Al-Ma'ad 2/45]

 Ali bin Abi Talib describing him said: "The Messenger of Allah was neither excessively tall nor extremely short. He was medium height among his friends. His hair was neither curly nor wavy. It was in between. It was not too curly nor was it plain straight. It was both curly and wavy combined. His face was not swollen or meaty-compact. It was fairly round. His mouth was white. He had black and large eyes with long haired eyelids. His joints (limbs) and shoulder joints were rather big. He had a rod-like little hair extending from his chest down to his navel, but the rest of his body was almost hairless. He had thick hand palms and thick fingers and toes. At walking, he lifted his feet off the ground as if he had been walking in a muddy remainder of water. When he turned, he turned all. The Prophethood Seal was between his shoulders. He is the Seal of Prophets, the most generous and the bravest of all. His speech was the most reliable. He was the keenest and the most attentive to people’s trust and was very careful to pay people’s due in full. The Prophet صلى الله عليه وسلم‎ was the most tractable and the most yielding companion, seeing him unexpectedly you fear him and venerate him. He who has acquaintance with him will like him. He who describes him says:

 Al-Bara’ said: "He was of medium height, broad-shouldered; his hair went up to his earlobes. I saw him dressed in a red garment and I (assure you) I have never seen someone more handsome. At first he used to let his hair loose so as to be in compliance with the people of the Book; but later on he used to part it." [ibid 1/503]

 Al-Bara’ also said: "He had the most handsome face and the best character." When he was asked: "Was the Messenger’s face sword-like?" "No," he said: "it was moon-like." But in another version: he said, "His face was round." Ar-Rabi‘ bint Muawwidh said: "Had you seen him, you would have felt that the sun was shining." Jabir bin Samurah said, "I saw him at one full-moon night. I looked at him. He was dressed in a red garment. I compared him with the moon and found that, for me, he was better than the moon." [Mishkat Al-Masabeeh 2/518]

 Abu Huraira said: "I have never seen a thing nicer than the Messenger of Allah [pbuh]. It seems as if the sunlight were moving within his face. I have never seen one who is faster in pace than the Messenger of Allah [pbuh]. It seemed as if the earth had folded itself up to shorten the distance for him. For we used to wear ourselves out while he was at full ease." [ibid 2/518]

 "He had great qualities and attributes; others also held him in high esteem. His blessed face shone like the full moon. He was slightly taller than a man of middle height, but shorter than a tall person...His blessed hair was slightly twisted. If his hair became parted naturally in the middle he left it so, otherwise he did not habitually make an effort to part his hair in the middle...Rasulullah (saas) had a very luminous complexion (colour), and a wide forehead. His eye brows were of dense and fine hair..." (Tirmidhi)

 "His forehead was wide and the place between his eyebrows was bright like pure silver and eyes were black tinged with reddish hue. The hairs of his eye lashes were profuse... When he smiled or laughed, they (his teeth) shone like lightning. His lip was most beautiful...His beard was thick...His neck was most beautiful, neither long, nor short. If the rays of the sun fell on his neck, it appeared like a cup of silver mixed with gold. His chest was broad. It was even like a mirror and white like the moon light... His shoulders were wide. His palms were softer than wool." (Imam Ghazzali's Ihya Ulum-Id-Din)

 "He was innocently bright and had a broad countenance. His manners were fine... He had black attractive eyes... His hair glossy and black, inclined to curl, he wore long. His voice was very commanding. His head was well formed and set on a slender neck. His expression was pensive and contemplative, serene and sublime. The stranger was fascinated from the distance, but no sooner he became intimate with him, than this fascination was changed into attachment and respect. His expression was very sweet and distinct. His speech was well set and free from the use of superfluous words, as if it were rosary of beads. His stature was neither too high nor too small. He was singularly bright and fresh. He was always surrounded by his Companions. Whenever he uttered something, the listeners would hear him with rapt attention and whenever he issued a commandment, they vied with each other in carrying it out. He was a master and a commander."

 In Qisas al-Anbiya, the Prophet صلى الله عليه وسلم‎ was described in this way: "His body was clean and his scent beautiful. Whether or not he had used scent, his skin always had a lovely scent to it. If someone shook hands or conversed with him, or showed his friendship or affection, he would smell that clean scent all day, and if he laid that sacred hand on a child's head, that child could be distinguished from other children by that clean scent."

 From Anas bin Malik (ra): "I never felt a silk cloth, nor pure silk, nor any other thing softer than the palm of Rasulullah (saas). Nor did I smell any musk or any other fragrance, more sweet smelling than the fragrance of Rasullullah (saas)."

Jabir bin Samurah said: "His legs were gentle, delicate and in conformity. His laughter is no more than smiling. Looking at him will make you say ‘He is black-eyed though he is not so.’" [Jami' At-Tirmidhi 4/306]

Abu Juhaifa said: "I took his hand and put it on my head and I found that it was colder than ice and better scented than the musk perfume." [Sahih Al-Bukhari 1/503]

Jabir bin Samurah — who was a little child then — said: "When he wiped my cheek, I felt it was cold and scented as if it had been taken out of a shop of a perfume workshop." [Sahih Muslim 2/256]

Anas said, "His sweat was pearl-like." Umm Sulaim said: "His sweat smelt nicer than the nicest perfume."

Jabir said: "Whoever pursues a road that has been trodden by the Messenger of Allah [pbuh], will certainly scent his smell and will be quite sure that the Messenger of Allah [pbuh] has already passed it." [ibid 2/259]

 "The place between his shoulders were wide and therein there was impression or seal of Prophethood inclined a little towards the right shoulder." (Imam Ghazzali's Ihya Ulum-Id-Din)

 Aisha (ra) reports: "The blessed hair of Rasulullah صلى الله عليه وسلم‎ was longer than those that reached the ear lobes, and shorter than those that reached the shoulders."

 Al-Bara' ibn 'Azib (ra) states: "I have never seen someone with long hair and red clothing more handsome than Rasullullah (saas). His hair reached his shoulders."

 Anas bin Malik (ra) reports: "Sayyidina Rasulullah صلى الله عليه وسلم‎ often rubbed oil in his head..."

 Umm Salama (ra) reports that: "The Holy Prophet صلى الله عليه وسلم‎ liked kurta (long shirt) most."

 Fazl ibn Abbas (ra): "The Holy Prophet صلى الله عليه وسلم‎ said: 'Adopt white clothes; it is the best attire.'"

When 'Ali (ra) described Rasulullah صلى الله عليه وسلم‎, he used to say: 'When he walked, because of the speed and force of the legs, it seemed as if he was descending from a high place'."

Qaylah bint Makhramah (ra) reports: "I saw Rasulullah صلى الله عليه وسلم‎ in the masjid (in a very humble posture) sitting. Due to his awe-inspiring personality, I began shivering."

"The speech of Rasulullah (saas) was not quick and continuous as that of yours. He spoke clearly, word by word."

‘I have never seen such a person neither before nor after seeing him.’ " [Ibn Hisham 1/401; Jami' At-Tirmidhi 4/303]

 

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