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Sunday, December 16, 2012

99 NAMES OF ALLAH

99 NAMES OF ALLAH
Sr.No
Names
Meaning
1 Allah The name of Allah
2 Ar-Rahmaan The Compassionate
3 Ar-Raheem Most Merciful
4 Al-Malik The Sovereign
5 Al-Quddus The Holy one and one who is free from all Blemishes
6 As-Salaam The giver of peace or one who is immuned from all distresses
7 Al-Mu'min Giver of peace
8 Al-Muhaymin The giver of protection
9 Al-A'zeez The Mighty
10 Al-Jabbaar The overpowering lord
11 Al-Mutakabbir The self glorious
12 Al-Khaaliq The Creator
13 Al-Baari One who gives life
14 Al-Musawwir Fashioner of Shapes
15 Al-Ghaffaar Exceedingly Forgiving
16 Al-Qahhaar One who has control over all things
17 Al-Wahhaab The giver of all things
18 Al-Razzaaq The sustainer and provider
19 Al-Fattaah Remover of difficulties and giver of decisions
20 Al-A'leem The all knowing
21 Al-Qaabid The Straightener of Sustenance
22 Al-Baasit The Extender of Rizq
23 Al-Khaafid He is the Abaser the one who humbles and lowers
24 Al-Raafi' The Exalter
25 Al-Mu'iz The giver of honour
26 Al-Muzil The giver of Dishonour
27 As-Sami' The all hearing
28 Al-Baseer The Seer or one who sees all things
29 Al-Hakam Maker of Immutable Judgements
30 Al-A'dl The Just
31 Al-Lateef Most Affectionate or Knower of Innermost Secret
32 Al-Khabeer All Knowing
33 Al-Haleem The Clement
34 Al-A'zeem The Great
35 Al-Ghafoor Forgiving
36 Ash-Shakoor Highly Grateful
37 Al-A'li Most High
38 Al-Kabeer Most Great or Infinite
39 Al-Hafeez The Protector
40 Al-Muqeet The giver of Sustenance and Strength
41 Al-Haseeb The Reckoner or one who Suffices for Everyone and Everything
42 Al-Jaleel Glorious or one with an Exalted position
43 Al-Kareem Benevolent
44 Al-Raqeeb The Caretaker
45 Al-Mujeeb The answerer of Duaas
46 Al-Waasi' The Lenient
47 Al-Hakeem The Wise
48 Al-Wadud Most Loving
49 Al-Majeed Most Venerable
50 Al-Baai's The Resurrector of the Dead
51 Ash-Shaheed Omnipresent
52 Al-Haq The Truth
53 Al-Wakeel The Provident
54 Al-Qawi Almighty
55 Al-Mateen The Invincible
56 Al-Wali The Patron
57 Al-Hameed The PraiseWorthy
58 Al-Muhsi The Keeper of Counts
59 Al-Mubdi The Originator
60 Al-Mu'eed One who has the power to create again
61 Al-Muhyi The giver of life
62 Al-Mumeet The giver of Death
63 Al-Haiy The EverLasting
64 Al-Qayyum The Sustainer of life
65 Al-Waajid The All-Perfect
66 Al-Maajid The All-Excellent and the one with Veneration
67 Al-Waahid The One
68 As-Samad Free From Want
69 Al-Qaadir The All-Powerful
70 Al-Muqtadir Powerful
71 Al-Muqaddim One who causes Advancement
72 Al-Muakhkhir Onw who causes Retardation
73 Al-Awwal The First
74 Al-Aakhir The Last
75 Az-Zaahir The Obvious
76 Al-Baatin The Latent
77 Al-Waali One who exercises Responsibility over all things
78 Al-Muta'ali Far above the attributes of the entire creation
79 Al-Bar The Good
80 At-Tawwaaab The Oft-Returning
81 Al-Muntaqim One who takes Retribution
82 Al-A'fuw One who Pardons
83 Ar-Rauf The Kind
84 Maalik-ul-Mulk Possessor of Sovereignity
85 Zul-Jalaal-e wal-Ikraam Majestic and Benevolent
86 Al-Muqsit The Just
87 Al-Jaami' The Assembler
88 Al-Ghani Free from Need
89 Al-Mughni Supplier of needs to others
90 Al-Maani' The Hinderer
91 Ad-Daar One who can cause loss
92 An-Naafi' One who Confers Benefits
93 An-Nur The Light
94 Al-Haadi One who gives Guidance
95 Al-Badi' The Deviser
96 Al-Baaqi The Eternal
97 Al-Waaris The supporter of all or one who remains alive even after everyone or everything dies
98 Ar-Rasheed One who guides along the path of virtue or one who loves virtue and piety
99 As-Sabur Most Forebearing

Bukhari :: Book 1 :: Volume 7 :: Hadith 339

Rubbing hands and feet with dust (Tayammum) 

Bukhari :: Book 1 :: Volume 7 :: Hadith 339
Narrated 'Ammar:
The Prophet stroked the earth with his hands and then passed them over his face and the backs of his hands (while demonstrating Tayammum).


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Bukhari :: Book 1 :: Volume 7 :: Hadith 338


Rubbing hands and feet with dust (Tayammum)

Bukhari :: Book 1 :: Volume 7 :: Hadith 338
Narrated 'Ammar:
as above.

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Bukhari :: Book 1 :: Volume 7 :: Hadith 337

Rubbing hands and feet with dust (Tayammum) 

Bukhari :: Book 1 :: Volume 7 :: Hadith 337
Narrated 'Abdur Rahman bin Abza:
'Ammar said to 'Umar "I rolled myself in the dust and came to the Prophet who said, 'Passing dusted hands over the face and the backs of the hands is sufficient for you.' "


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Bukhari :: Book 1 :: Volume 7 :: Hadith 336

Rubbing hands and feet with dust (Tayammum) 

Bukhari :: Book 1 :: Volume 7 :: Hadith 336
Narrated 'Abdur Rahman bin Abza:
that while he was in the company of 'Umar, 'Ammar said to 'Umar, "We were in a detachment and became Junub and I blew the dust off my hands (performed the rolling over the earth and prayed.)"


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Bukhari :: Book 1 :: Volume 7 :: Hadith 335

Rubbing hands and feet with dust (Tayammum) 

Bukhari :: Book 1 :: Volume 7 :: Hadith 335
Narrated Said bin 'Abdur Rahman bin Abza:
(on the authority of his father who said) 'Ammar said so (the above Statement). And Shu'ba stroked lightly the earth with his hands and brought them close to his mouth (blew off the dust) and passed them over his face and then the backs of his hands. 'Ammar said, "Ablution (meaning Tayammum here) is sufficient for a Muslim if water is not available."


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