Learning Arabic with Nasheed 1 | عربی ترانوں کی مدد سے ۱
يلله – Lets do it – چلیں
كلمات جديدة – Vocabulary – نئے الفاظ
ا / اللہ – Allah (the one and only God)
ب / بسم الله – Bismillah (with the name of Allah)
ت / تقوي – Piety
ث / ثواب – Merit/ reward
ج / جنت – Paradise
ح / حج – Pilgrimage
خ / خاتم – Seal
د / دين – Religion
ذ / ذكر – Rememberance
ر / رمضان – Ramadan
ز / زكاة – Almsgiving
س / سلام عليكم – Peace be on you
ش / شمس – Sun
ص / صلاة – Prayer
ض / ضحي – Morning light
ط / طريق – Pathway/ route/ means/ way
ظ / ظل – Shadow/ Shade
ع / علم – To know of/ Science
غ / غيب – Unseen/ metaphysical
ف / فاتحة – Preface/ introduction
ق / قران – The Holy Book
ك / كلمة – Word
ل / لا اله الا الله – There is no God but Allah (declaration of faith)
م / محمد – Mohammad (the final messenger)
ن / نوم – Sleep/ snore/ rest
ه / هجرة – Migration/ Emigration
و / وضوء – Ablution
ي / يوم الدين – Judgment day
* the 28 alphabets of Arabic language
جنه – Paradise – jannah
Also spelled as Janna. Paradise. A created abode in the Hereafter for those who believe in the Unity of Allah and in all His Prophets and Messengers, and who follow their way of life.
حج – Pilgrimage – hajj
The Hajj, or pilgrimage to Makkah is a central duty of Islam whose origins date back to the time of Prophet Ibrahim (PBUH). It brings together Muslims of all races and tongues for one of life’s most moving spiritual experiences.
السلام و عليكم Peace be on you – Assalamu ‘Alaikum
“Peace be on you”. Greeting of the Muslims. The response to this greeting is “Wa ‘Alaikum Assalam wa Rahmatul-lahi wa Barakatuh”, And on you be the Peace and Mercy of Allah and His Blessings.
الصلاة – Prayers – salaat
Prayers. There are five daily obligatory prayers in Islam,consisting of fixed sets of standings, bowings, prostrations and sittings in worship to Allah. These are called Rak ‘at. The number of Rak’at in each prayer and their timings are:
1. Fajr – dawn – two Rak’at.
2. Duhr – noon – four Rak’at.
3. ‘Asr – afternoon – four Rak’ at.
4. Maghreb – sunset – three Rak’at.
5. Isha – late evening – four Rak’at.
These five Salat are one of the Arkan of islam. It is necessary to be in Ghusl and in Wudu when doing the Salat.
محمد – Mohammad, peace be upon him
The Final Messenger of Allah Subhana wa Ta’ala to Ins wal Jinn (mankind and the Jinn). Born in Makkah in 570AC. At the age of 40 he was called upon to become the mightiest of all messengers. He died in Madinah at the age of 63 after gloriously completing his transmission of the Divine Message. He was the bringer of the greatest miracle of all time, the Holy Qur’an. It is through him that Allah Ta’ala has enlightened mankind and the Jinn until the Day of Judgement. He is the Best of Creation, may the blessings and peace of Allah be on him and his family and his companions and all who follow him and them in what they are able, with sincerity, until the Last Day. To those Jews and Christians who reject the Holy Prophet.
Muhammad, let it be known that Muhammad is actually mentioned by name in the Old Testament in the original Hebrew Song of Solomon, Ch.5, v.16. But for some misguided reason they have chosen to adulterate it by changing it from “Muhammadim” (in the Hebrew) to “altogether lovely” in the English. (Mummad + im is a term of respect in Hebrew.) Similarly, Muhammad is actually mentioned by name in the New Testament in John 14.16,26,15.26 and 16.13. The Greek word “Periqleitos” (Paraclete), which is the equivalent of the Aramaic word “Mhamda“, means precisely what “Ahmad” means in Arabic, “the most praiseworthy”, and “Ahmad” is one of the Prophet Muhammad’s names, may Allah bless him and grant him peace. But for some misguided reason they have chosen to adulterate it by changing it from “Mhamda” (in the Aramaic) to “Comforter” or “Counsellor” in the English. Many other references to Muhammad which existed in the original Torah and Ingeel have been removed altogether. Allah Ta’ala’s wrath awaits those who knowingly alter or hide His words. Allah Ta’ala has given Muhammad, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, the following names;
1. Muhammad: The one who praises and is praised.
2. Ahmad: The most praiseworthy.
3. AI-Mahi: The effacer (of Kufr).
4. AI.’Aqib: The last.
5. Mustafa: The chosen.
6. AI-Amin: The trustwonhy.