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A Gift for Muslim Women : A Complete English Translation of the Famous Book 'Tohfa-e-Khavatin'
A Gift for Muslim Women : A Complete English Translation of the Famous Book 'Tohfa-e-Khavatin'
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About the Book

It would be redundant to state that Women make a priceless contribution towards the construction and development of a nation. A mother's lap is the child's first school as well as fostering institution: and the lessons leant from this institution are more indelible than a line carved on a rock. That is why the importance attached to women in Islam is no less than that of men.

This book covers almost all the aspects of life in detail, particularly the problems faced by women with their solutions in the light of Holy Qur'an and Ahadeeth. Utmost efforts have been taken to compile the traditions and problems reported by women. For the easiness and benefits of the readers, chapters i, e Prayers, supplications, Nikah, Education, divorce, Social moral, Etiqutts, viel, Dress & Adornment, Purification etc.

The Author of this book Maulvi Muhammad Ashiq Ilahi (Ra) was blessed with genuine zeal and enthusiasm, beside his vast knowledge and sincerity, his very simple words and style affect the reader's heart to its very core and is a product of sincere passion far more than the eloquence of literature.

CONTENTS
Foreword: Maulana Muhammad Taqi Usmani 35
Preface: Muhammad Ashiq Ilahi37
Book-1: BOOK OF FAITH
Ummul Hadees (The mother tradition)45
Basic Principles of Islam48
What is Ehsan49
Some signs of the Last Day50
Boasting over Mansions50
Deaf, Dumb and Nakid Kings50
To Allah Islam is the only Religion51
Relish of Faith and its needs53
Belief in Fate and the Last Day55
No Salvation for Idolaters58
Welfare of Others60
Recognition of Perfect Faith63
Punishment and Peace in the Grave65
Details of Islamic Belief71
A Necessary Warning78
The Five Pillars of Islam78
Islam - A prefect way of Life81
Book-2: BOOK OF PURITY
Ablution. Bath and Tayammum95
Conditions of Wuzoo96
Sunnah of Wuzoo96
Desirable for Wuzoo97
What should be avoided97
How to perform Wuzoo97
The Bath according to Sunnah97
What should be avoided during Bath99
Essentials of Wuzoo99
Essentials of Bath100
Masah over stockings101
Tayammum103
The method of Tayammum104
Impurity105
Real Impurity105
Lesser Impurity105
Jhoota (Eatables left by others)106
Toilet matters107
Water Wells107
Water matters108
Miscellaneous 109
Ways of Consecration110
Book-3: BOOK OF PRAYERS
Obligatory Prayers115
Status of Prayers116
Success in the Hereafter 117
Women Specially reminded about Salat119
Doom of him who does not offer prayer120
Fear of Allah and Humility123
A hypocrite's Prayer125
The reward125
The Bow & Prostration126
Five Daily Prayers127
The times128
Obligations etc.128
The Wajibaat129
The Mustahibaat130
Rakat and Niyah131
Taawwuz134
Tasmia134
Bow136
Prostration136
The Durood 137
Pray after Durood137
The salaam137
The Procedure138
Some important matters140
Specially for Women140
Invocation141
Invocation after morning and evening Prayers145
The Vitr146
The Sunnan Muakkada147
Chaast. Ishraq and Navafil151
Ishraq153
Awabeen153
Tahajjud153
Tahivvat-ul-Wuzoo148
Salat-ut-Tasbih158
Be Moderate in Nafli Worship160
An instance of Seclusion165
Prayer during Journey166
Prayer of he Sick170
Sajda Sahv172
Sajda-e-Tilawat178
Funeral Prayers180
Women to offer prayer inside House182
Book-4: BOOK OF ZAKAT & CHARITIES
Zakat and Charity 189
The Rate of Zakat190
Charity192
Three advices in respect of Wealth193
Charity on Eid Day195
Behaviour with Parents197
Spending on one's own Children199
A single date given in Charity200
Behaviour with Relations202
Duel reward203
Charity By Hazrat Zainab204
Reward for earning and spending207
Beggars not be denied208
Continued Charity209
Giving to neighbours211
Priority among the neighbours213
Fitr213
What should be given as Fitr215
Book-5: BOOK OF EID UL AZHA
Blessings of Sacrifice219
Importance of Sacrifice222
Flesh and Skin226
First ten days of Zil-Hajj230
Miscellaneous231
Hair and Nails233
Book-6: BOOK OF RAMAZAN
Its Blessings237
The blessing of fasting242
A special attribute of Fasting243
Two joys244
Ramazan and Qur'an244
Fasting and Prayer245
Month of Salvation247
Ramazan and Tahajjud249
Generosity during Ramazan249
Speciality of last ten days252
Shab-e-Qadr253
Its Blessing253
The dates of the Night256
Seclusion257
Eid-ul-Fitr259
Leaving the Fasting259
Fidya261
Order for menstruating Woman262
Submission to the Commands of Shariya263
Optional Fasts263
Daily Fasting is Forbidden264
Fasting on Specific Days265
Fasting in the Month of Zil-haj265
Fasting on 10th of Muharram266
Six Fasts during Shawwal266
Violated optional Fasts267
Eating in the presence of fasting Person269
Fasting in Sha'baan270
Shab-e-Barat270
Future decision on Salvation Night272
Prayer and Fasting273
Innovations and Sacrilege274
Fire work etc.274
Gathering in the Mosques275
Halwa Custom275
Masoor Pulse277
Book-7: BOOK OF HAJJ & UMRAH
Obligation and Importance281
Its blessings282
Hajj is Jihad for women283
Modesty283
Women to accompany a Mahram 285
Women's Hajj Journey285
A child pilgrim286
Vicarious Hajj287
Umrah during Ramazan288
Special for Women289
Omitting Farewell Circumambulation292
Book-8: BOOK OF QUR'AN
Qur'an and its virtues297
At the Last Stage299
Deserted House299
Worth envying299
Verses of Surah Baqar299
Surah Baqar & Surah Aal e Imran300
Aayat ul Kursi300
Surah Aal e Imran302
Surah Fatiha304
Surah Yasin304
Surah Kahf304
Surah Mulk and Sajda305
Last Three verses of Surah e Hashr306
Surahzilzal. Ikhlas and Kafiroon306
Surah Takasur307
Surah Falaq and Surah Naas307
Memorising the Qur'an309
Book-9: BOOK OF REMEMRANCE OF ALLAH
Remembrance of Allah313
Warnings321
Blessing of Remembrance322
Hazrat Fatima329
Household Chores331
Lack of Household goods331
Door to Paradise332
Four Kalimaat333
Hazrat Jawaria334
Kalima tauheed337
Astaghfaar340
Salutation to the Prophet342
Invocation before leaving a gathering344
Reciting of Qur'an and Remembrance of Allah345
PART - II
Book-10: BOOK OF SUPLICATIONS
Blessing and Importance351
Etiquettes of Supplication353
Acceptance of Supplication357
Whose Supplication is more acceptable360
The Supplications by the Fasting Person362
Imam Adil (The Just Ruler)363
The Oppressed Person363
Father366
Traveller366
Traveller on way to Hajj and Umrah367
Mujahid369
Patient369
Supplication for a Brother Muslim370
Distressed371
The People whose Begging is not granted372
It is essential to avoid every unlawful thing374
Unlawful Food is an avenue to Hell375
Sadqa (Charity) is unacceptable375
Special Instruction for Women375
Why supplication is not granted376
Responsibility of a True Believer377
A Food for Thought378
The command to overturn a habitation379
Supplicate with Devotion380
The Supplication of the negligent380
Supplication during Distress381
Hazrat Salman's t. Statement382
Supplicate, whether or not granted383
Hours of Acceptance
(In the latter part of the Night)
385
Acceptance at Night386
A Special Hour on Friday388
Pray at Arafat during Hajj389
Places of acceptance in Makkah392
At the time of Azaan, Jihad and Rain393
Supplication in Ramazan395
At the Crowing of the cock396
Offer Prayer to avert Hardship397
Namaz-e-Hajat398
Avoid Invoking a Curse399
Supplications for different hours402
Recitals for the Night405
Recitals at the time of Sleep405
On entering the Toilet408
At the time of Ablution409
Miscellaneous410
Book-11: BOOK OF NIKAH (Marriage)
Matters relating marriage447
Give a good name to child448
Odd Names449
Religions Training450
Delay in marriage450
Love and marriage452
Prohibition of extravagance 453
Marriage of Hazrat Ayesha 454
Marriage of Hazrat Fatima454
Dower455
The plight of the people455
Marriage during journey456
An excellent model456
lgnorant marriage customs456
Music and Singing456
Bargaining of a boy or a girl457
Marriage without consent457
Silence is consent459
Implied consent460
Express consent460
Moderation of Shariat460
The Marriage of a minor461
Interest of girls461
Selling a girl462
A gross injustice to girls462
The Gist463
A virtuous women463
The qualities of a virtuous woman464
A question and its answer466
A warning for a dayyus467
Two characteristics of a good woman469
Faith demands from a Woman469
Behaviour with step children 470
Rearing the children of in-laws471
Protection of husband's wealth471
Select a Religious-Minded Husband472
Do not give weight to wealth472
Causes of immodesty473
Prefer a pious woman473
A virtuous woman474
Explanation474
Cross Proposal478
Explanation478
The Curse of Angels479
Explanation479
An Annoying wife480
Explanation480
A pleasing wife482
Privileges of a husband482
Explanation483
Forbidden marital bonds484
Explanation486
Blood relations487
Fosterage488
Unsatisfactory familiar relation 488
Unfamiliar relation489
Prohibition on ground of marriage489
Marriage during Iddat490
Women whom a man cannot marry simultaneously 490
Exceeding the limit491
Explanation 491
Marriage with a married Man492
Instigation against husband494
Explanation494
Book-12: BOOK OF EDUCATION AND TRAINING
Education & Training of Children499
Explanation500
Islamic Beliefs500
Their need and Importance500
Denying finality of Prophethood501
A true believer501
Paradise or Hell depends on Belief501
Surah Maida and Surah Noor502
Explanation502
Islam means Knowledge and action503
Negligence & Ignorance504
Education from books505
A short list of Religious Books505
Instructing Children about prayer506
Explanation506
Ill-condition of the modern People507
Inability to say funeral prayer508
Teaching prayer to a child509
Lap is the first school511
Education of good morals 512
Explanation512
Neglecting education of children512
Meanings of morality514
Neglecting Children515
Good morals are the greatest gift515
Un-Islamic manners516
Inculcation of fear of Allah516
Explanation516
The First Counsel518
The Second Counsel518
The Third Counsel518
The Fourth Counsel519
The Fifth Counsel520
The Sixth Counsel520
The Seventh Counsel521
The Eighth Counsel522
The Nineth Counsel523
The Tenth Counsel524
Book-13: BOOK OF DIVORCE
Demand of Divorce529
Demanding Khula529
Explanation530
Marriage is a life-time agreement 530
Divorce arises out of spite531
Insist divorce532
Divorce becomes effective immediately 532
Divorce given as a joke533
Revocable divorce533
Facility given by Shariat 534
Three divorces given simultaneously535
Verdict of the four Imam535
Halala536
Khula539
Explanation540
The first Rule543
The Second Rule543
The Fourth Rule544
Divorce in Lieu of Money544
The First Rule545
The Second Rule545
The Third Rule545
The Khulaa granted by modern authorities546
Rules of Iddat547
Explanation547
The First Rule548
The Second Rule549
The Third Rule549
The Fourth Role549
The Fifth Rule550
The Sixth Rule550
The Seventh Rule550
The Eighth Rule550
The Nineth Rule551
Mourning during Iddat551
Explanation 551
The First Rule553
The Second Rule553
The Third Rule553
The Fourth Rule553
Iddat ignorance era553
Explanation554
A widow should remarry555
Mourning on the death of others556
Explanation556
Mourning is prohibited for men560
Bringing up the Children562
Explanation 563
Rule No. 1564
Rule No. 2565
Rule No. 3565
Rule No. 4565
Rule No. 5565
Rule No. 6566
Rule No. 7566
Azaan and Tehneek566
Azaan and Aqamat568
Tehneek is Sunnat569
Hazrat Abdullah Bin Zubair570
Caliphate in Makkah571
The episode of martydom572
Asma's dialogue with Hajjaj572
Aqiqa575
Explanation575
All Qmens575
Ill-Omens in the modern times576
Rules of Aqiqa578
Rule No. 1579
Rule No. 2579
Rule No. 3579
Rule No. 4579
Rule No. 5579
Rule No. 6579
Rule No. 7579
Rule No. 8579
Book-14: BOK OF SOCIAL MORALS
580
The Rank of a man of Excellent morals583
Explanation583
Like for others what you like for yourself585
Explanation586
Decent Attitude586
Explanation587
Good Treatment to the animals587
Behaviour with younger and elder ones590
Explanation591
Conclusion596
Behaviour with parents etc596
Explanation597
Kind treatment to parents602
Explanation602
Mother should receive the priority604
Explanation604
The sin of vexing parents605
Explanation 605
Kind treatment with relations607
Explanation607
Treatment according to Merit609
Explanation609
Retaliation obscures kindness612
Explanation613
Sin of unkind treatment613
Helping one another615
Explanation615
Husting and deceiving a Muslim616
Explanation 616
Rights of the neighbours618
Explanation619
Giving a Counsel621
Explanation621
Greet with a smiling face622
Explanation622
Removing troubling object from the path623
Explanation623
Conceal the vice of others625
Explanation625
Reward of reconcilliating others626
Explanation626
Enquiring after the health of a Muslim628
Earn Blessing629
Reward for showing tenderness630
Explanation631
Avoid anger632
The remedy of anger633
Reward of Controlling anger634
Egotism634
Explanation635
Show Courtesy and avoid Pride637
Explanation637
Pride over ancestors637
Statement of Hazrat Salman Farsi639
Piety is the standard640
Making fun and Breach of Promise641
Explanation641
Humour of the Prophet642
Breach of Promise is hypocrisy644
Withholding loan645
Rejoicing over misfortune of a Muslim646
A comprehensive Hadees about decent manners647
Explanation648
The Punishment for jealousy648
To outbid others648
The modern method of auction650
Denunciation of ill-will etc.650
Rule652
The believers are brother unto one another652
Do not cause harm to Muslims654
Do not look down a brother Muslim655
Book-15: BOOK OF ETIQUETTES
Islamic etiquettes at a glance659
Explanation659
Etiquettes of eating and drinking664
Etiquettes of Dress668
Etiquettes of Hospitality670
Etiquettes of Salaam 670
Etiquettes of Company671
Sneezing and Yawning672
Lying down and going to bed673
Dreaming673
Travelling674
Purification675
Etiquettes meant for women676
Miscellaneous677
Book-16: BOOK OF SAFEGUARDING THE TONGUE
683
Sins of the tongue683
Explanation687
Angels hate a liar687
Explanation688
Telling a lie to co-wife689
Explanation689
Severity of Speech693
Explanation694
Prohibition of invoking a curse695
Explanation696
Reviling702
Explanation702
Calling a Muslim unbeliever etc.706
Explanation706
Backbiters707
Explanation707
The backbiter will not enter heaven708
Discourse in gathering is a trust709
What is backbiting710
Backbiting is worse than Adultery712
Backbiting is like eating human flesh712
Kinds of backbiting 714
Repent to Relieve715
Leave the Assembly of backbiters716
Defending a person against backbiting717
Women Scratching faces with bras nails717
Slander718
Explanation718
Admonition on Mocking720
Explanation720
Praising the people722
Explanation723
Who is sinful and non-believer723
False oath and false witness724
Explanation725
Obtaining goods through false oath725
Conclusion727
Condemnation of singing727
Explanation727
Book-17: BOOK OF VEIL
Rules and Precepts733
The Poison of co-education734
Islam is a religions of modesty735
Which progress is praiseworthy735
Safeguarding the Gaze736
Women are commanded to stay inside the home739
A custom of the Period of Ignorance740
General Command of Veil742
Repudiation of a misconception743
Veil during life of Prophet745
Marriage during journey747
At the time of Calamity748
Explanation749
At the time of treatment750
Explanation750
Carelessness at the time of delivery752
Warning753
Viel before male in-laws753
Explanation753
Warning754
Observe veil before a blind man755
Explanation756
Lascivious glances invokes curse756
To be alone with Unfamiliar Men757
Explanation757
Extent of Veil759
Explanation760
Prohibition of description of another woman760
Explanation761
Prohibition to shaking hands761
Explanation763
Warning763
Rules of taking bath765
Explanation765
A Travelling Woman768
Explanation768
Women should not walk in the middle of the path771
Modesty and Faith are inseparable772
Book-19: BOOK OF DRESS AND ADORNMENT
Dress and adornment779
Defect in current fashion780
Women who tempt men782
Dressed yet naked783
The Evil epidemic of fashion784
Conclusion785
A Doubtful Character785
Adultery of the limbs786
Talking to unfamiliar men786
Different perfumes for men and women787
Love of gold and silk788
Dress and Jewellery791
Use of Ornaments792
Conclusion795
Tikling ornaments796
Singing and playing music797
Musical instrument's in qawwali?797
Drums and trumpets in Tazia Procession799
Changing gender through appearance800
Ignorant mentors800
The Righteous mentors801
Tuition801
Wearing of a wig805
Shaving off head for women is forbidden808
A pictorial Curtain809
A few things are enough814
Book-19: BOOK OF PURIFICATION
Purification823
Obligatory Bathing823
Hukmi Najasat825
Explanation825
Angels abhor the junabi826
Rules about women's hair828
Menstruation829
Period of menstruation831
Rule about extra-menstrual bleeding831
Istihaza832
More rules about menstruation833
The body and Saliva of a menstruating woman834
Reciting the Holy Qur an835
Extent of Intimacy837
Menstrual Clothes839
Nifaas840
The period of Nifaas841
Rule about Nifaas842
Urine of a boy and a girl843
Mazi and Mani847
Mode of Purifying Ghee849
Method of purifying a Skin850
Book-20: BOOK OF PATIENCE
Observing patience855
Observing patience on the death of child861
Aborted foetus will argue865
Mourning over death of a child866
Voluntary acts are reprehensible868
Statements of the impatient people 868
Warning against heating869
The Episode of the death of son of the Prophet870
Lamentation at Death871
Rites of the period of ignorance871
Weeping while describing the virtues872
Men are prohibited to wail872
Assembling for weeping873
Torment for lamenting woman
Importance of Patience874
About death and the death body875
Bathing the Corpse879
Shrouding879
Burial880
Warnings882
Prohibition on visiting the graves882
Book-21: BOOK OF REPENTANCE
Importance and Need889
Mode of repentance897
Advantages of repentance899
Forms of Istighfaar908
Epilogue and call to action910
Index (Nouns)917
Index (Terms)927

A Gift for Muslim Women : A Complete English Translation of the Famous Book 'Tohfa-e-Khavatin'

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About the Book

It would be redundant to state that Women make a priceless contribution towards the construction and development of a nation. A mother's lap is the child's first school as well as fostering institution: and the lessons leant from this institution are more indelible than a line carved on a rock. That is why the importance attached to women in Islam is no less than that of men.

This book covers almost all the aspects of life in detail, particularly the problems faced by women with their solutions in the light of Holy Qur'an and Ahadeeth. Utmost efforts have been taken to compile the traditions and problems reported by women. For the easiness and benefits of the readers, chapters i, e Prayers, supplications, Nikah, Education, divorce, Social moral, Etiqutts, viel, Dress & Adornment, Purification etc.

The Author of this book Maulvi Muhammad Ashiq Ilahi (Ra) was blessed with genuine zeal and enthusiasm, beside his vast knowledge and sincerity, his very simple words and style affect the reader's heart to its very core and is a product of sincere passion far more than the eloquence of literature.

CONTENTS
Foreword: Maulana Muhammad Taqi Usmani 35
Preface: Muhammad Ashiq Ilahi37
Book-1: BOOK OF FAITH
Ummul Hadees (The mother tradition)45
Basic Principles of Islam48
What is Ehsan49
Some signs of the Last Day50
Boasting over Mansions50
Deaf, Dumb and Nakid Kings50
To Allah Islam is the only Religion51
Relish of Faith and its needs53
Belief in Fate and the Last Day55
No Salvation for Idolaters58
Welfare of Others60
Recognition of Perfect Faith63
Punishment and Peace in the Grave65
Details of Islamic Belief71
A Necessary Warning78
The Five Pillars of Islam78
Islam - A prefect way of Life81
Book-2: BOOK OF PURITY
Ablution. Bath and Tayammum95
Conditions of Wuzoo96
Sunnah of Wuzoo96
Desirable for Wuzoo97
What should be avoided97
How to perform Wuzoo97
The Bath according to Sunnah97
What should be avoided during Bath99
Essentials of Wuzoo99
Essentials of Bath100
Masah over stockings101
Tayammum103
The method of Tayammum104
Impurity105
Real Impurity105
Lesser Impurity105
Jhoota (Eatables left by others)106
Toilet matters107
Water Wells107
Water matters108
Miscellaneous 109
Ways of Consecration110
Book-3: BOOK OF PRAYERS
Obligatory Prayers115
Status of Prayers116
Success in the Hereafter 117
Women Specially reminded about Salat119
Doom of him who does not offer prayer120
Fear of Allah and Humility123
A hypocrite's Prayer125
The reward125
The Bow & Prostration126
Five Daily Prayers127
The times128
Obligations etc.128
The Wajibaat129
The Mustahibaat130
Rakat and Niyah131
Taawwuz134
Tasmia134
Bow136
Prostration136
The Durood 137
Pray after Durood137
The salaam137
The Procedure138
Some important matters140
Specially for Women140
Invocation141
Invocation after morning and evening Prayers145
The Vitr146
The Sunnan Muakkada147
Chaast. Ishraq and Navafil151
Ishraq153
Awabeen153
Tahajjud153
Tahivvat-ul-Wuzoo148
Salat-ut-Tasbih158
Be Moderate in Nafli Worship160
An instance of Seclusion165
Prayer during Journey166
Prayer of he Sick170
Sajda Sahv172
Sajda-e-Tilawat178
Funeral Prayers180
Women to offer prayer inside House182
Book-4: BOOK OF ZAKAT & CHARITIES
Zakat and Charity 189
The Rate of Zakat190
Charity192
Three advices in respect of Wealth193
Charity on Eid Day195
Behaviour with Parents197
Spending on one's own Children199
A single date given in Charity200
Behaviour with Relations202
Duel reward203
Charity By Hazrat Zainab204
Reward for earning and spending207
Beggars not be denied208
Continued Charity209
Giving to neighbours211
Priority among the neighbours213
Fitr213
What should be given as Fitr215
Book-5: BOOK OF EID UL AZHA
Blessings of Sacrifice219
Importance of Sacrifice222
Flesh and Skin226
First ten days of Zil-Hajj230
Miscellaneous231
Hair and Nails233
Book-6: BOOK OF RAMAZAN
Its Blessings237
The blessing of fasting242
A special attribute of Fasting243
Two joys244
Ramazan and Qur'an244
Fasting and Prayer245
Month of Salvation247
Ramazan and Tahajjud249
Generosity during Ramazan249
Speciality of last ten days252
Shab-e-Qadr253
Its Blessing253
The dates of the Night256
Seclusion257
Eid-ul-Fitr259
Leaving the Fasting259
Fidya261
Order for menstruating Woman262
Submission to the Commands of Shariya263
Optional Fasts263
Daily Fasting is Forbidden264
Fasting on Specific Days265
Fasting in the Month of Zil-haj265
Fasting on 10th of Muharram266
Six Fasts during Shawwal266
Violated optional Fasts267
Eating in the presence of fasting Person269
Fasting in Sha'baan270
Shab-e-Barat270
Future decision on Salvation Night272
Prayer and Fasting273
Innovations and Sacrilege274
Fire work etc.274
Gathering in the Mosques275
Halwa Custom275
Masoor Pulse277
Book-7: BOOK OF HAJJ & UMRAH
Obligation and Importance281
Its blessings282
Hajj is Jihad for women283
Modesty283
Women to accompany a Mahram 285
Women's Hajj Journey285
A child pilgrim286
Vicarious Hajj287
Umrah during Ramazan288
Special for Women289
Omitting Farewell Circumambulation292
Book-8: BOOK OF QUR'AN
Qur'an and its virtues297
At the Last Stage299
Deserted House299
Worth envying299
Verses of Surah Baqar299
Surah Baqar & Surah Aal e Imran300
Aayat ul Kursi300
Surah Aal e Imran302
Surah Fatiha304
Surah Yasin304
Surah Kahf304
Surah Mulk and Sajda305
Last Three verses of Surah e Hashr306
Surahzilzal. Ikhlas and Kafiroon306
Surah Takasur307
Surah Falaq and Surah Naas307
Memorising the Qur'an309
Book-9: BOOK OF REMEMRANCE OF ALLAH
Remembrance of Allah313
Warnings321
Blessing of Remembrance322
Hazrat Fatima329
Household Chores331
Lack of Household goods331
Door to Paradise332
Four Kalimaat333
Hazrat Jawaria334
Kalima tauheed337
Astaghfaar340
Salutation to the Prophet342
Invocation before leaving a gathering344
Reciting of Qur'an and Remembrance of Allah345
PART - II
Book-10: BOOK OF SUPLICATIONS
Blessing and Importance351
Etiquettes of Supplication353
Acceptance of Supplication357
Whose Supplication is more acceptable360
The Supplications by the Fasting Person362
Imam Adil (The Just Ruler)363
The Oppressed Person363
Father366
Traveller366
Traveller on way to Hajj and Umrah367
Mujahid369
Patient369
Supplication for a Brother Muslim370
Distressed371
The People whose Begging is not granted372
It is essential to avoid every unlawful thing374
Unlawful Food is an avenue to Hell375
Sadqa (Charity) is unacceptable375
Special Instruction for Women375
Why supplication is not granted376
Responsibility of a True Believer377
A Food for Thought378
The command to overturn a habitation379
Supplicate with Devotion380
The Supplication of the negligent380
Supplication during Distress381
Hazrat Salman's t. Statement382
Supplicate, whether or not granted383
Hours of Acceptance
(In the latter part of the Night)
385
Acceptance at Night386
A Special Hour on Friday388
Pray at Arafat during Hajj389
Places of acceptance in Makkah392
At the time of Azaan, Jihad and Rain393
Supplication in Ramazan395
At the Crowing of the cock396
Offer Prayer to avert Hardship397
Namaz-e-Hajat398
Avoid Invoking a Curse399
Supplications for different hours402
Recitals for the Night405
Recitals at the time of Sleep405
On entering the Toilet408
At the time of Ablution409
Miscellaneous410
Book-11: BOOK OF NIKAH (Marriage)
Matters relating marriage447
Give a good name to child448
Odd Names449
Religions Training450
Delay in marriage450
Love and marriage452
Prohibition of extravagance 453
Marriage of Hazrat Ayesha 454
Marriage of Hazrat Fatima454
Dower455
The plight of the people455
Marriage during journey456
An excellent model456
lgnorant marriage customs456
Music and Singing456
Bargaining of a boy or a girl457
Marriage without consent457
Silence is consent459
Implied consent460
Express consent460
Moderation of Shariat460
The Marriage of a minor461
Interest of girls461
Selling a girl462
A gross injustice to girls462
The Gist463
A virtuous women463
The qualities of a virtuous woman464
A question and its answer466
A warning for a dayyus467
Two characteristics of a good woman469
Faith demands from a Woman469
Behaviour with step children 470
Rearing the children of in-laws471
Protection of husband's wealth471
Select a Religious-Minded Husband472
Do not give weight to wealth472
Causes of immodesty473
Prefer a pious woman473
A virtuous woman474
Explanation474
Cross Proposal478
Explanation478
The Curse of Angels479
Explanation479
An Annoying wife480
Explanation480
A pleasing wife482
Privileges of a husband482
Explanation483
Forbidden marital bonds484
Explanation486
Blood relations487
Fosterage488
Unsatisfactory familiar relation 488
Unfamiliar relation489
Prohibition on ground of marriage489
Marriage during Iddat490
Women whom a man cannot marry simultaneously 490
Exceeding the limit491
Explanation 491
Marriage with a married Man492
Instigation against husband494
Explanation494
Book-12: BOOK OF EDUCATION AND TRAINING
Education & Training of Children499
Explanation500
Islamic Beliefs500
Their need and Importance500
Denying finality of Prophethood501
A true believer501
Paradise or Hell depends on Belief501
Surah Maida and Surah Noor502
Explanation502
Islam means Knowledge and action503
Negligence & Ignorance504
Education from books505
A short list of Religious Books505
Instructing Children about prayer506
Explanation506
Ill-condition of the modern People507
Inability to say funeral prayer508
Teaching prayer to a child509
Lap is the first school511
Education of good morals 512
Explanation512
Neglecting education of children512
Meanings of morality514
Neglecting Children515
Good morals are the greatest gift515
Un-Islamic manners516
Inculcation of fear of Allah516
Explanation516
The First Counsel518
The Second Counsel518
The Third Counsel518
The Fourth Counsel519
The Fifth Counsel520
The Sixth Counsel520
The Seventh Counsel521
The Eighth Counsel522
The Nineth Counsel523
The Tenth Counsel524
Book-13: BOOK OF DIVORCE
Demand of Divorce529
Demanding Khula529
Explanation530
Marriage is a life-time agreement 530
Divorce arises out of spite531
Insist divorce532
Divorce becomes effective immediately 532
Divorce given as a joke533
Revocable divorce533
Facility given by Shariat 534
Three divorces given simultaneously535
Verdict of the four Imam535
Halala536
Khula539
Explanation540
The first Rule543
The Second Rule543
The Fourth Rule544
Divorce in Lieu of Money544
The First Rule545
The Second Rule545
The Third Rule545
The Khulaa granted by modern authorities546
Rules of Iddat547
Explanation547
The First Rule548
The Second Rule549
The Third Rule549
The Fourth Role549
The Fifth Rule550
The Sixth Rule550
The Seventh Rule550
The Eighth Rule550
The Nineth Rule551
Mourning during Iddat551
Explanation 551
The First Rule553
The Second Rule553
The Third Rule553
The Fourth Rule553
Iddat ignorance era553
Explanation554
A widow should remarry555
Mourning on the death of others556
Explanation556
Mourning is prohibited for men560
Bringing up the Children562
Explanation 563
Rule No. 1564
Rule No. 2565
Rule No. 3565
Rule No. 4565
Rule No. 5565
Rule No. 6566
Rule No. 7566
Azaan and Tehneek566
Azaan and Aqamat568
Tehneek is Sunnat569
Hazrat Abdullah Bin Zubair570
Caliphate in Makkah571
The episode of martydom572
Asma's dialogue with Hajjaj572
Aqiqa575
Explanation575
All Qmens575
Ill-Omens in the modern times576
Rules of Aqiqa578
Rule No. 1579
Rule No. 2579
Rule No. 3579
Rule No. 4579
Rule No. 5579
Rule No. 6579
Rule No. 7579
Rule No. 8579
Book-14: BOK OF SOCIAL MORALS
580
The Rank of a man of Excellent morals583
Explanation583
Like for others what you like for yourself585
Explanation586
Decent Attitude586
Explanation587
Good Treatment to the animals587
Behaviour with younger and elder ones590
Explanation591
Conclusion596
Behaviour with parents etc596
Explanation597
Kind treatment to parents602
Explanation602
Mother should receive the priority604
Explanation604
The sin of vexing parents605
Explanation 605
Kind treatment with relations607
Explanation607
Treatment according to Merit609
Explanation609
Retaliation obscures kindness612
Explanation613
Sin of unkind treatment613
Helping one another615
Explanation615
Husting and deceiving a Muslim616
Explanation 616
Rights of the neighbours618
Explanation619
Giving a Counsel621
Explanation621
Greet with a smiling face622
Explanation622
Removing troubling object from the path623
Explanation623
Conceal the vice of others625
Explanation625
Reward of reconcilliating others626
Explanation626
Enquiring after the health of a Muslim628
Earn Blessing629
Reward for showing tenderness630
Explanation631
Avoid anger632
The remedy of anger633
Reward of Controlling anger634
Egotism634
Explanation635
Show Courtesy and avoid Pride637
Explanation637
Pride over ancestors637
Statement of Hazrat Salman Farsi639
Piety is the standard640
Making fun and Breach of Promise641
Explanation641
Humour of the Prophet642
Breach of Promise is hypocrisy644
Withholding loan645
Rejoicing over misfortune of a Muslim646
A comprehensive Hadees about decent manners647
Explanation648
The Punishment for jealousy648
To outbid others648
The modern method of auction650
Denunciation of ill-will etc.650
Rule652
The believers are brother unto one another652
Do not cause harm to Muslims654
Do not look down a brother Muslim655
Book-15: BOOK OF ETIQUETTES
Islamic etiquettes at a glance659
Explanation659
Etiquettes of eating and drinking664
Etiquettes of Dress668
Etiquettes of Hospitality670
Etiquettes of Salaam 670
Etiquettes of Company671
Sneezing and Yawning672
Lying down and going to bed673
Dreaming673
Travelling674
Purification675
Etiquettes meant for women676
Miscellaneous677
Book-16: BOOK OF SAFEGUARDING THE TONGUE
683
Sins of the tongue683
Explanation687
Angels hate a liar687
Explanation688
Telling a lie to co-wife689
Explanation689
Severity of Speech693
Explanation694
Prohibition of invoking a curse695
Explanation696
Reviling702
Explanation702
Calling a Muslim unbeliever etc.706
Explanation706
Backbiters707
Explanation707
The backbiter will not enter heaven708
Discourse in gathering is a trust709
What is backbiting710
Backbiting is worse than Adultery712
Backbiting is like eating human flesh712
Kinds of backbiting 714
Repent to Relieve715
Leave the Assembly of backbiters716
Defending a person against backbiting717
Women Scratching faces with bras nails717
Slander718
Explanation718
Admonition on Mocking720
Explanation720
Praising the people722
Explanation723
Who is sinful and non-believer723
False oath and false witness724
Explanation725
Obtaining goods through false oath725
Conclusion727
Condemnation of singing727
Explanation727
Book-17: BOOK OF VEIL
Rules and Precepts733
The Poison of co-education734
Islam is a religions of modesty735
Which progress is praiseworthy735
Safeguarding the Gaze736
Women are commanded to stay inside the home739
A custom of the Period of Ignorance740
General Command of Veil742
Repudiation of a misconception743
Veil during life of Prophet745
Marriage during journey747
At the time of Calamity748
Explanation749
At the time of treatment750
Explanation750
Carelessness at the time of delivery752
Warning753
Viel before male in-laws753
Explanation753
Warning754
Observe veil before a blind man755
Explanation756
Lascivious glances invokes curse756
To be alone with Unfamiliar Men757
Explanation757
Extent of Veil759
Explanation760
Prohibition of description of another woman760
Explanation761
Prohibition to shaking hands761
Explanation763
Warning763
Rules of taking bath765
Explanation765
A Travelling Woman768
Explanation768
Women should not walk in the middle of the path771
Modesty and Faith are inseparable772
Book-19: BOOK OF DRESS AND ADORNMENT
Dress and adornment779
Defect in current fashion780
Women who tempt men782
Dressed yet naked783
The Evil epidemic of fashion784
Conclusion785
A Doubtful Character785
Adultery of the limbs786
Talking to unfamiliar men786
Different perfumes for men and women787
Love of gold and silk788
Dress and Jewellery791
Use of Ornaments792
Conclusion795
Tikling ornaments796
Singing and playing music797
Musical instrument's in qawwali?797
Drums and trumpets in Tazia Procession799
Changing gender through appearance800
Ignorant mentors800
The Righteous mentors801
Tuition801
Wearing of a wig805
Shaving off head for women is forbidden808
A pictorial Curtain809
A few things are enough814
Book-19: BOOK OF PURIFICATION
Purification823
Obligatory Bathing823
Hukmi Najasat825
Explanation825
Angels abhor the junabi826
Rules about women's hair828
Menstruation829
Period of menstruation831
Rule about extra-menstrual bleeding831
Istihaza832
More rules about menstruation833
The body and Saliva of a menstruating woman834
Reciting the Holy Qur an835
Extent of Intimacy837
Menstrual Clothes839
Nifaas840
The period of Nifaas841
Rule about Nifaas842
Urine of a boy and a girl843
Mazi and Mani847
Mode of Purifying Ghee849
Method of purifying a Skin850
Book-20: BOOK OF PATIENCE
Observing patience855
Observing patience on the death of child861
Aborted foetus will argue865
Mourning over death of a child866
Voluntary acts are reprehensible868
Statements of the impatient people 868
Warning against heating869
The Episode of the death of son of the Prophet870
Lamentation at Death871
Rites of the period of ignorance871
Weeping while describing the virtues872
Men are prohibited to wail872
Assembling for weeping873
Torment for lamenting woman
Importance of Patience874
About death and the death body875
Bathing the Corpse879
Shrouding879
Burial880
Warnings882
Prohibition on visiting the graves882
Book-21: BOOK OF REPENTANCE
Importance and Need889
Mode of repentance897
Advantages of repentance899
Forms of Istighfaar908
Epilogue and call to action910
Index (Nouns)917
Index (Terms)927
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