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Dear Brothers and Sisters in Islam,

Pray that Almighty Allah may bless you with dignity, pride, prestige and honour. May He remove all the hurdles and worries to ease your way going in this world and hereafter. Ameen! Here we are offering various bits of information to quench your religious thirst and hopeful these pages would help you in better understanding Islam and leave a positive effect on your daily life as well. Lastly, r
ead the Qura’an to be wise; believe it to be saved and practice it to be the holy. Therefore, remember Me, and I will remember you, be grateful to Me and never deny Me. [Quran 2.152]


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  Islam , a major world religion, founded in Arabia and based on the teachings of Muhammad, who is called the Prophet. One who practices Islam is a Muslim. A Muslim follows the Qura'an, the written revelation brought by Muhammad. The Muslim world population is estimated at more than 1 billion. Islam has flourished in diverse regions, particularly in Africa, the Middle East, and sections of Asia and Europe. Now, Islam is the fastest growing religion in the world.

  Five Pillars of Islam 






Belief in One God

Salat, five times a day

Roaza, in the month of Ramdhan

Pilgrimage to Mecca Once in Life

Taxes Muslims Pay to the Poor


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  Five Categories of Islam    (Do's and Don’ts)






Compulsory or obligatory

Recommended or encouraged

Permissible or allowed

Not recommended or discouraged

Prohibited or forbidden

  Prophet Muhammad  (571-632), founder of Islam, born in Mecca. He belonged to the clan of Hashim, a branch of the influential tribe of Quraysh. Orphaned as a small child, he was brought up by his uncle Abu Talib. Like his fellow tribesmen, he became a trader. He married Khadija, a rich widow.

Muhammad periodically withdrew to a cave outside Mecca to meditate and pray for guidance. During one of these retreats he reported experiencing a vision of the archangel Gabriel, who proclaimed him a prophet of God. He began to preach in public, reciting the verses of his revelation, which came to be known as the Qura'an. Muhammad's earliest teachings emphasized his belief in one transcendent but personal God, the Last Judgment, and social and economic justice.
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  The Qura'an,  sacred scripture of Islam. Muhammad applied the name to individual revelations that he received from Allah. The name was later used for the book containing the divine revelations given to Muhammad. Recorded by secretaries and memorized by his followers, the collection was compiled shortly after Muhammad's death in 632. Arabic scholars produced an authorized version in the early 650s. The earliest known work in Arabic prose, the Qura'an consists of 114 suras (chapters) and contains the Islamic religious, social, civil, commercial, military, and legal codes. The chief doctrines in the Qura'an are that only one God and one true religion exist; all will undergo final judgment; and when humankind turned from truth, God sent prophets to lead the way back. Accepted by Muslims as the utterance of the Almighty, the Qura'an is held to be above criticism. Copies of the book are treated with great reverence. Read All About Qura'an

  Benefits of Ayat-ul-Kursi: 


  • Recite Aayat-ul-Kursi at the time of leaving the house because 70,000 angles protect the person from left, right, front and back and if a person dies before returning home; he will get reward equal to 70 martyrs.

  • Recite Aayat-ul-Kursi 40 times every day at the time of sunset, person will get reward equal to 40 Hajj.

  • Recite Aayat-ul-Kursi every night at bed. This creates an angel who will guard the person till morning.

  • Recite Aayat-ul-Kursi every time after doing ablution (wazu). This will raise the person 40 times in rank from each word in prayer.

  • Recite Aayat-ul-Kursi every time after returning home because it keeps away poverty.

  Dua’a for seeking forgiveness 

In the name of Allah the Beneficent the Merciful.

O' Allah! I ask You as all the praise belongs to You. There is no lord other than You, You are the one to bestow favours. You are the possessor of Honour and Majesty for the Heavens and the Earth. I am poor and indigent repent and seek forgiveness. O' Allah send blessings on Mohammad and his progeny and forgive all my sins whether they are old or new. All those sins which I have performed. O' Allah don’t make my problems, difficult for me and don’t give my enemies an opportunity to mock at me because there is no one other than You to ward off the difficulties and ease the hardships.

O' Allah! Forgive my sins of which You are aware and if I repeat it then forgive me again. O' Allah! I couldn’t get an opportunity to fulfill the covenants done against my evil deeds, forgive these sins too. O' Allah forgive the sins done by the action of eyes, mistake of the lips, negligence of the heart and by the movement of the tongue.


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