Volume 2 Issue 1
Title of Al-Iʿjaz Research Journal of Islamic Studies and Humanities
|Edited by||Aijaz Ali Khoso|
Al-Khadim Foundation, Matiari, Sindh (Pakistan)
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- 1 اصلاح معاشرہ و طریقہء تربیت کا نبوی اسلوب
- 2 پر امن معاشرے میں تعلیم کا کردار
- 3 حضرت مولانا حماد اللہ ہالیجوی کی زندگی کا علمی جائزہ
- 4 شیخ عبدالعزیز دباغ کی صوفیانہ فکر کے بر عظیم پر اثرا ت کا تحلیلی مطالعہ
- 5 مختلف مذاہب میں شہد کی افادیت، جدید سائنس کی روشنی میں تحقیقی جائزہ
- 6 حاجی رسول بخش بطور شارح شاہ عبد اللطیف بھٹائی: ایک مطالعاتی جائزہ
- 7 The Concept of Tauhīd in the Mystic Poetry of Shāh ʿAbdul Laṭīf Bhitāī
Reformation of society and ways of training has been discussed by political experts of all the times. Seminars are also conducted on these subjects in every nook and corner of the world. The experts have led emphasis on training besides Islamic education and training. It indicates that the society cannot be reformed until elements of training are not incorporated into it. Thus, Prophets also stressed upon training besides preaching for the social system. It was the result of training that those Arabs who were enemies to one another became brothers to one another. Owing to this taring oriented education, women were given due rights in the society.
Education play main role in modern society and main purpose of education is to create a society characterized by holiness and reconciliation so that society is filled with a spirit of sympathy, sadness and good will. In no time has the usefulness of education and its spirituality been devalued. Education is recognized as a symbol of the greatness the living nations and civilized society. Educated society reflects patience humble, grateful, fear and the most important habit such as determination and become an integral part of life. Even the educated society is considered to be a true pioneer of courage and human values. Education plays a positive role in empowering the weakest society. On the other hand educated people can think of the happiness and the well-being of humanity due to the light knowledge and their sincere efforts when working in this society so of course this will directly benefit those who are weak and ignorant in the society and the key to maximizing humanity. The light of education should also go to homes that are deprived of wealth and helplessness. It also means abiding by the law showing respect to women and helping the weak. Controlling bad temper and language being polite and following proper etiquette in a gathering is also part of good social behavior. In short good social behavior is living decently, peacefully, and with dignity among others without hurting or disturbing them. Good social behavior helps us live amicably in our society. It promotes good will and understanding among people and cultivates a clean, healthy environment for all citizens.
Allah Almighty is the creator of the whole universe. He bestowed wisdom and intellect to humanbeings. He sent his prophets for their guidance. Prophets taught how to worship Almighty Allah by heart and serve humanity. After Prophets, it is the responsibility of religious scholars to guide people to the right way. Islam also explicitly encourages inward reform. Sub continent Indo-Pak has the privilege of being the gateway of Islam, as well as the benefit of great Islamists and brave people. The great scholars of Islam, Ulama, Hufaaz, Writers, Researchers, Intellectuals, Scientists and saints got birth on this pure land. These great personalities served their religion Islam with their self-determinations and eliminated the darkness of ignorance and eliminated the darkness of misguidance. Such great human lives and their educational, religious and literary activities have been documented, as the next generation could be aware of their great hostilities, writings and made their lives and their experiences as a model for themselves. Maulānā Ḥamadullah Ḥālajwī is one of them. He was a prominent pious Islamic scholar, researcher and a saint. He spent his whole life to follow the commands of Almighty Allah and the teachings of Holy Prophet (PBUH). He adapted his life according to the Sunnah. He used to do everything according to the Sunnah. He was a master of good personality and good character. His words were full of wisdom. During his meeting or statement, it seemed as if there was a sea of knowledge, whose ripples were visible in his sermons. He used to make great arrangements for payment of religious duties. He was very pious and devout. His life is an ideal life and his religious and academic services are unpredictable. Practicing the Sunnah had become his mark and identity. He urged others to follow the commands of Allah and His Messenger (PBUH). Sitting in the company of such pious saints is also considered in worship. The bigger his personality, the more humble and controversial he was. This is actually the identity of a mediator and scholar. He was oceans of knowledge and action. The vacuum created by his death takes a long time to fill. Such individuals survive for centuries.
Shaikh Abdul Aziz Dabbagh was a prominent Sufi scholar of the Shdhiliyah order. Owing to his moral excellence and righteousness, he endeavored to rejuvenate the Sufism according to the basic principles of Quran and Sunnah. This study aims at to explore the impacts of Shaikh Abdul Aziz Dabbagh’s ideology about Sufism in the territory of Sub-Continent. His philosophy about Sufism has some explicit and unique features which were different from other Sufis of his time. In his method, he gave special importance to abide by the rulings of Quran and Sunnah firmly rather than the prevailing Sufi traditions and asked his disciples to refrain from un-Islamic practices which were being accepted by other so-called Sufis. In this way, he exposed the genuine picture of Sufism before the world. Resultantly, his ideas were widely accepted in Scholars and masses too. In this study, his teachings about Sufism have been designated in detail and peculiarity from other Sufis has been focused.
This paper is the study of the fact that chief nutrition and health-relevant compounds in honey are carbohydrates, particularly glucose and fructose, which create it a superb energy resource for human. The honey comprises huge number of components in minor and trace level enzymes, proteins, minerals, vitamins and phenolic compounds, creating biological and nutritional effects like wound healing, antimicrobial, antioxidant, antiviral, antitumor and anti-inflammatory activities. The usage of honey is commonly comprised by all cultural beliefs and religious. Honey is a natural liquid mentioned in religious books and accepted by all generations, traditions and civilizations in both ancients and modern era. More than 1400 years ago, honey is described a source of healing in the Quran and it is also mentioned as one of the foods of paradise.
Shah ʿAbdul Latīf Bhitāī's Kalām (Risāla) is the interpretation of Sharīʿah and Taṣawwuf. Then parables and metaphors are used, but in essence, the whole Risāla is based on the teachings of Ṣūfīsm. Allāh has given acceptance to this Risāla. Many interpretations and explanations of Shāh's Risāla have been written. This article is based on the introduction of an outspoken, commentator who interpreted Shāh Sāḥib's Kalām in the light of Sharīʿah and Ṣūfīsm. It was an important task of its kind. He was not certified scholar or peer or mentor to carry out this work, but he was a headman and land lord. Allāh took this unique work from his pen. The name of this saint is Ḥajī Rasūl Bakhsh Dero. This interpretation of Shāh's Kalām is the one of the biggest argument for this saint's good faith, Sincerity and honesty.
Author: Sodhar, Zain-ul-Abdin
Shāh ʿAbdul laṭīf bhitāī, whom his followers decorate with different names and symbols including Lakhino Laṭif, Lal Laṭif, Bhittai Ghott, Murshid Laṭif is one of most prominent poet of Kalhora Era of Indus Valley Civilization. The expression of idealsim in unique style and giving deep insight to every subject which he brought in his poetry has made a philosopher poet going shoulder to to shoulder to world famous poets. According to Allama II Kazi, the Shah of Bhit is the greatest poet of the world. In his masterpiece writings ‘casual peeps of Sophia’ and ‘brown girl in the search of God’, Allama II Kazi has compared Shāh ʿAbdul latīf bhitāī through various elements of poetic and symphonic standards to other great European poets including Shakespeare, Willam Words worth, John Miltion, Keats, Coleridge and Tennyson. Kazi terms Shah a natural poet without any bend and dint in his idea and reformation in it. He wrote what came in his heart and mind. Shāh is composer of 30 Mega Surs initiating from Kalyan to Karyal. Through his splendid metaphoric and symbolical style, the concept of Tauhīd or oneness of God is the core subject of his poetry. Shāh is peculiar poet in the mystic school of thought to have connected mysticism with Shariʿah and never goes any inch out of its ambit.