Good 'diwangi' and good 'craziness'

Discussion in 'Tasawwuf / Adab / Akhlaq' started by AbdalQadir, Aug 10, 2011.

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  1. AbdalQadir

    AbdalQadir time to move along! will check pm's.

    Please also advise regarding "pagalpan" and "ishq mein pagal" and even english phrases like "blinded in love" or "mad in love" in the context of sahaba's relation to the beloved Prophet.

    Obviously it's a different thing using them on oneself or one's contemporary friends/murids, as opposed to using them for sahaba. We even call ourselves sag-e-Mustafa, 3alaihis salam.

    What about using them for awliyaa?

    JazakumAllahu khayr.
  2. AbdalQadir

    AbdalQadir time to move along! will check pm's.

    Salam Alaikum

    Is it allowed to associate sahaba with "diwangi" for the Prophet, peace be upon him, as a poetic way of praising them, or to call them "Sarkar ke diwaney" with or without poetry?

    Any random couplet of Ala Hazrat or another Sunni alim would do to explain any substitutes if this isn't suitable.

    What about using the word "craziness" or "craze" in English in the same context.

    Is it in the same mannerism as addressing a mother as "tu" in love and respect?

    Sorry if it sounds like a stupid question to those who have good Urdu.

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