Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Seerat ar-Rasul' started by Abul Hasnayn, Sep 2, 2016.
ok. will fix.
It seems there is a mistake on page 7 for the reference of the narration regarding Khālid ibn Maádān in Ĥilyatu’l Awliyā’a, in the book he is mentioned to be #317, yet if we look in Ĥilyatu’l Awliyā’a page 210 we find he is #318:
A humble suggestion with good intention: The picture itself on the cover needs durood.
yes that's what i meant, the dual should have been mentioned after Usamah Ibn Zayd [radiAllahu anhuma]
it is not uncommon to use raDiyallahu anhuma (dual) with SaHabah when they are mentioned as Ibn. Ibn Abbas, Ibn Umar and others because hazrat Abbas is also a Sahabi and so is his Ibn, hazrat Abdullah (raDiyallahu anhuma).
others will be corrected, in sha'Allah.
mashaAllah i have just got round to reading this, an excellent work. Allah taā'la increase the barakah in your writing, some parts will have you in tears, particularly the incident with the king of Khurasan on pg. 31.
I noticed a typo on pg. 6/footnote 22 'You may will be raised...' on pg. 17 the supplication after the names Usama Ibn Zayd [radi'Allahu anhuma] is for the singular whereas on the following page the dual is used next to Ibn Umar [radi'Allahu anhuma].
no. it is kaleja.
is that the correct pronunciation? I have always pronounced it with an 'e', as "kaleja" (I think it's called "majhool" in tajweed).
And also "kaleji" (though I am not sure if it is correct)
it's one of those 'you know you're...' moments
you know you're reading a good quality work - when you have to google "ochre"
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baHr e saayil ka huN saayil na kuNweN ka pyasa
khud bujha jaaye kalija mera, cheeNtaa teraa
There cannot be a more forceful exhortation or a sterner warning, a testimony and irrefutable proof concerning the obligation of loving the Prophet ﷺ; and a matter of the most serious import and the undeniable right of the Prophet ﷺ. Because Allāh táālā has rebuked those who love their wealth, their families and their children more than Allāh táālā and His Messenger ﷺ.