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Sometimes he looked out of the window at the airplane on the runway or stared at the ceiling of the office where he was. There were three other men besides him in the room. They were wearing uniforms of three different colors. It was obvious that they belonged to different agencies. Awhile later the man in light blue uniform said to him; “if you admit that you are a Pakistani national and sign this paper that says that you are Pakistani; we’ll deport you to Pakistan with a request to the concerned department to treat you humanely”

Turning his face towards the man who asked him to sign the document, he looked at him for some moment and without saying a single word he looked out of the window and at the airplane. The man’s silence provoked the soldier in dark uniform to pull his hair and snarled; “While searching your clothes we found things that prove that you are a Pakistani. You traveled without visa and passport to Iraq and then to Syria. You worked in Syria for an NGO to serve the war stricken people. Both Syria and Iraq has confirmed that you are neither a born Syrian nor Iraqi or Arab. But you are a Pakistani”

The man looked at the man in uniform with any expression on his face and went back to look at the airplane on the runway. The third man fully clad in khaki uniform who was listening quietly lost his temper at last and howling at the man hitting the table said; “Go to hell man! We’re least bothered who you are or where you come from.“Our government doesn’t acknowledge you as an Iraqi or Syrian refugee; you are a Pakistani for sure. We will send you to Pakistan in the air plane you see there on the runway” he then looked at the two officers. Those two men took him to the Immigration Investigation office in hand cuffs then towards the airplane standing on Budapest airport. They handed the man over to the captain of the plane and came back to the same room.

While the plane was waiting to take off, the airhostess brought him a glass of water

The airhostess brought him a glass of water without his asking for it. She kindly said in English to him to drink water. He looked at her gratefully.  She understood his helplessness and heartrending story from his silence. His silence exposed his unaided vulnerability to her. So she assured him more gently that she’ll take care of all the way during this flight from Budapest to Islamabad.

After a while, the plane speedily took off

He was feeling worn out so he closed his eyes and rested his head against back of his seat.  He didn’t know his destination. His thoughts floated same like the plane in the sky. Memories ran on his mind screen one after the other.

Due to bad weather the plane getting imbalanced bound into an air pocket and within no time alleviated again. With the jerk he also emerged from the unfathomable ocean of thoughts. He looked out of the window but there was nothing except sheer darkness.

 

01. Refrain from sleeping between fajr and Ishraq, Asr and Maghrib, Maghrib and Isha.
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02. Avoid sitting with smelly people. i.e (onion)
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03. Do not sleep between people who talk bad before sleeping.
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04. Don’t eat and drink with your left hand.
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05. Don’t eat the food that is taken out from your teeth.
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06. Don’t break your knuckles.
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07. Check your shoes before wearing it.
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08. Don’t look at the sky while in Salaat.
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09. Don’t spit in the toilet.
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10. Don’t clean your teeth with charcoal.
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11. Sit and wear your trousers.
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12. Don’t break tough things with your teeth.
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13. Don’t blow on your food when it’s hot but u can fan it.
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14. Don’t look for faults of others.
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15. Don’t talk between iqamath and adhan.
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16. Don’t speak in the toilet.
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17. Don’t speak tales about your friends.
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18. Don’t antagonize your friends.
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19. Don’t look behind frequently while walking.
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20. Don’t stamp your feet while walking.
21. Don’t be suspicious about your friends.
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22. Don’t speak lies at anytime.
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23. Don’t smell the food while you eat.
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24. Speak clearly so others can understand.
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25. Avoid travelling alone.
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26. Don’t decide on your own but do
consult others who know.
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27. Don’t be proud of yourself.
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28. Don’t be sad about your food.
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29. Don’t boast.
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30. Don’t chase the beggars.
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31. Treat your guests well with good heart.
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32. Be patient when in poverty.
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33. Assist a good cause.
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34. Think of your faults and repent.
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35. Do good to those who do bad to you.
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36. Be satisfied with what you have.
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37. Don’t sleep too much – it causes forgetfulness.
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38. Repent at least 100 times a day (Istighfaar).
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39. Don’t eat in darkness.
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40. Don’t eat mouth-full.
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‘Send to others to remind them’.
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Love is real.
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Why do we sleep in the masjid but stay awake in parties?
——————————————-Why is it so hard to talk to Allah but so easy to gossip?
—————————————— Why is it so easy to ignore a Godly text message but re-send the nasty ones?
—————————————–Are u going to send this to ur friends or are u going to ignore it?
——————————————Allah said: “if u deny me in front of ur friends, i will deny u on the day of Resurrection”
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If each muslim says astaghfirullah wa atubu ilaih 3 times now and forward, in a few seconds billions will have said it and You’ve got nothing to loose so pass on…..
[10/12 17:49] Huma F. Khan: MANNERS
“The Prophet (sal Allahu alaihi wa sallam) saw a man drinking standing up.
He said to him, ‘Hah!’
The man asked, ‘What’s the matter?’ He said, ‘Would you like it if a cat drank with you.’ He said, ‘No.’
He (sal Allahu alaihi wa sallam) said, ‘Someone worse than that was drinking with you – the Shaytaan.’”
[Ahmad; Majma al-Zawaa’id]
The Shaytaan drinks with a person if he drinks standing up.
Sit down to drink.
Abdullah Bin Masood رضي الله عنه narrates:
Rasulullaah صلى الله عليه وسلم said that
 When a person lies, the angels flee a mile away from him on account of the odour coming out from his mouth.
*[Tirmidhi 1972]*

 

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Uthman’s wife, Ruqayya was seriously ill just before the Battle of Badr and he was excused by the Prophet (peace be on him) from participating in the battle. The illness Ruqayya proved fatal, leaving Uthman deeply grieved. The Prophet was moved and offered Uthman the hand of another of his daughters, Kulthum. Because he had the high privilege of having two daughters of the Prophet as wives Uthman was known as ‘The Possessor of the Two Lights. ‘

Uthman participated in the Battles of Uhud and the Trench. After the encounter of the Trench, the Prophet (peace be on him) determined to perform Hajj and sent Uthman as his emissary to the Quraish in Mecca, who detained him. The episode ended in a treaty with the Meccans known as the Treaty of Hudaibiya.

The portrait we have of Uthman is of an unassuming, honest, mild, generous and very kindly man, noted especially for his modesty and his piety. He often spent part of the night in prayer, fasted every second or third day, performed hajj every year, and looked after the needy of the whole community. In spite of his wealth, he lived very simply and slept on bare sand in the courtyard of the Prophet’s mosque. Uthman knew the Qur’an from memory and had an intimate knowledge of the context and circumstances relating to each verse.
Uthman’s Caliphate

During Uthman’s rule the characteristics of Abu Bakr’s and Umar’s caliphates – impartial justice for all, mild and humane policies, striving in the path of God, and the expansion of Islam – continued. Uthman’s realm extended in the west to Morocco, in the east to Afghanistan, and in the north to Armenia and Azerbaijan. During his caliphate a navy was organized, administrative divisions of the state were revised, and many public projects were expanded and completed. Uthman sent prominent Companions of the Prophet (peace be on him) as his personal deputies to various provinces to scrutinize the conduct of officials and the condition of the people.

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(Stories of Prophet’s Companions)

Every Prophet has an assistant, and my assistant will be Uthman.”(Hadith)

Uthman’s Election :

When ‘Umar fell under the assassin’s dagger, before he died the people asked him to nominate his successor. ‘Umar appointed a committee consisting of six of the ten companions of the Prophet (peace be on him) about whom the Prophet had said, “They are the people of Heaven” – Ali, Uthman, Abdul Rahman, Sa’ad, Al-Zubayr and Talha – to select the next Caliph from among themselves. He also outlined the procedure to be followed if any differences of opinion should arise. Abdul Rahman withdrew his name. He was then authorized by the committee to nominate the Caliph. After two days of discussion among the candidates and after the opinions of the Muslims in Medina had been ascertained, the choice was finally limited to Uthman and Ali. Abdul Rahman came to the mosque together with other Muslims, and after a brief speech and questioning of the two men, swore allegiance to Uthman. All those present did the same, and Uthman became the third Caliph of Islam in the month of Muharram, 24 A.H.
Uthman’s Life

Uthman bin Affan was born seven years after the Holy Prophet (peace be on him). He belonged to the Omayyad branch of the Quraish tribe. He learned to read and write at an early age, and as a young man became a successful merchant. Even before Islam Uthman had been noted for his truthfulness and integrity. He and Abu Bakr were close friends, and it was Abu Bakr who brought him to Islam when he was thirty-four years of age. Some years later he married the Prophet’s second daughter, Ruqayya. In spite of his wealth and position, his relatives subjected him to torture because he had embraced Islam, and he was forced to emigrate to Abyssinia. Some time later he returned to Mecca but soon migrated to Medina with the other Muslims. In Medina his business again began to flourish and he regained his former prosperity. Uthman’s generosity had no limits. On various occasions he spent a great portion of his wealth for the welfare of the Muslims, for charity and for equipping the Muslim armies. That is why he came to be known as ‘Ghani’ meaning ‘Generous.’

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SELF ASSESSMENT

تزکیہ نفس

THE NINE ADVICE FOUND IN SURAH AL HUJURAT

سورة الحجرات کے 9 اہم نکات

Fa Tabayyanu “: Investigate: when you receive an information, lest you harm people out of ignorance.
تحقیق کر لو جب تمہیں کوئی خبر موصول ہو ،اس سے پہلے کہ تم لا علمی میں لوگوں کو نقصان پہنچائو۔

‎2.-فأصلحوا :
Fa Aslihu “: Make settlement: between your brothers as believers are brothers.
اپنے بھائیوں کے درمیان صلح کرادو کیونکہ مومن آپس میں بھائی بھائی ہیں۔

‎3.-وأقسطوا :
Wa Aqsitu “: Act justly: whenever there is a dispute try for settlement and act justly among both parties as Allah loves those who act justly.
جب بھی کوئی اختلاف ہو تو دونوں جماعتوں کے درمیان صلح کی کوشش کرو اور انصاف سے کام لو کیونکہ اللہ انصاف سے کام لینے والوں سے محبت کرتا ہے۔

‎4.-لا یسخر :
La Yaskhar “: Don’t ridicule people, perhaps they may be better than you to Allah.
لوگوں کا مذاق نہ اڑائو ۔ہو سکتا ہے وہ اللہ کی نگاہ میں تم سے بہتر ہوں۔

‎5.-ولا تلمزوا:
Wa La Talmizu “: Don’t insult one another.
ایک دوسرے کو ذلیل نہ کرو۔

‎6.-ولا تنابزوا:
Wa La Tanabazu “: Don’t call each other with offensive nicknames.
ایک دوسرے کو برے ناموں سے نہ پکارو۔

‎7.-اجتنبو كثيرا من الظن:
Ijtanibu Kathiiran min Aldhan “: Avoid negative assumptions, indeed some of the assumptions are sins.
منفی گمان سے بچو۔ بےشک کچھ گمان گناہ ہوتے ہیں۔
‎8.-ولا تجسسوا:
Wa La Tajassasu “: Don’t spy on each other.
ایک دوسرے کی ٹوہ میں نہ لگے رہو۔

‎9.-ولا يغتب بعضكم بعضا:
Wa La Yaghtab “: Don’t backbite each other. Its a major sin equivalent to eating your dead brother’s flesh.
ایک دوسرے کے غیبت نہ کرو۔ یہ کبیرہ گناہ ہے اور اپنے مردہ بھائی کا گوشت کھانے کے برابر ہے۔

 

Rohingya children have been beheaded and civilians burned alive, according to witness testimony amid claims that Burma’s military and paramilitary forces are committing “genocide” or a “pogrom” against the Muslim minority in the country’s western Rakhine state.

 

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Today i’ll share with you a true story———-

Allah created, beautified and glorified this world with every possible thing like oceans, mountains, meadows, flora and fauna, rain, twilight, sun, stars, moon, moonlight animals, birds-you name and you have it—–for the human beings————for US—

All these blessings are clearly mentioned in Surah Rehman and in many other verses of Quran.

Allah is brilliance—- splendor—- and love

Allah loves peace

He sent us on this earth to be good, kind caring and to make the world beautiful and peaceful place to live and let live-—– to relish and cherish.

Allah gives and forgives. We having the same attributes as Almighty, thus HE expect us also to give and forgive——–but its Satan that misguides us, and the ones with weaker faith and will follow him. Thus, when we follow Satan we get into trouble

Don’t get upset please— I’m not giving you lecture but I’m just sharing the reason for our existence. To follow the right path and not to expect any reward for any act of kindness from anyone—- just do well,  forget and keep moving——-

The story I’m going to share with you today is about our neighbors.  The family consisted of a widow of an army officer, three sons and two daughters. They shared the house with their brother and his family.

That army officer died in line of duty, and hence the wife wanted compensation from army.

The eldest son was mentally not stable. The other two were medical students. The sisters stayed home helping her mother in household tasks.

The widow was uneducated but a contented and wise lady. She had no means or source of income. So she kept requesting the army to arrange something to raise her young children respectfully

The army arranged them a truck to start business using it for goods transportation. Gradually it worked and their financial position got better.

The lady then arranged marriage of her eldest son  thinking that it might make him feel more responsible to run the house.

All arrangements were made for the wedding. The guests were there to attend. Everything was just right. The groom was ready too. Happiness prevailed around. But—– at the time of nikah, the groom stood up from his seat all of a sudden and speedily went away. It was so sudden that nobody could understand

They looked around for him but he disappeared —nobody knows where. It was so embarrassing for both the parties.

The bride’s family was less privileged so they were in more upsetting position.  Then the younger brother who was studying medicine came forward and offered himself for the marriage. The bride was chosen as a mate for the older son based on his unstable mental condition.

 

 

It was his sacrifice and good deed to save his family and bride’s family from awkward and embarrassing position. As the girl (bride) would not have found another person to marry her as the groom ran away.  People would have held responsible  that there was something wrong with her.  In addition, society would have looked down at her parents.  This was almost a disaster situation for the bride and family

The sacrifice of the doctor to be, was rewarded by Almighty. She was very beautiful, wise cooperative and kind. Time passed———  Almighty Allah who knows everything blessed them with healthy beautiful children.

the elder son who fled from the wedding stage came back home himself after few months. he was welcomed and no body disturbed him by asking  questions

After forty years or more they got my address somehow and visited me. It was a great pleasure to see them after so long. The brother who had runaway is also taken care of by this brother. He is alive though but not mentally stable yet.

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Hats off to the  Character of Late President of India:
Dr. Abul Kalam Azad.

*See what Mr. PM Nair IAS, former Secretary to the late President of India, has to say about Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam.*

DD Podhigai telecast an interview with Mr P M Nair, retired IAS officer, who was the Secretary to Dr Kalam Sir when he was the President. I summarise the points he spoke in a voice choked with emotion. Mr Nair authored a book titled *”Kalam Effect”*

1. Dr Kalam used to receive costly gifts whenever he went abroad as it is customary for many nations to give gifts to the visiting Heads of State. Refusing the gift would become an insult to the nation and an embarrassment for India. So, he received them and on his return, Dr Kalam asked the gifts to be photographed and then catalogued and handed over to the archives. Afterwards, he never even looked at them. He did not take even a pencil from the gifts received when he left Rashtrapathi Bhavan.

2. In 2002, the year Dr Kalam took over, the Ramadan month came in July-August. it was a regular practice for the President to host an iftar party. Dr Kalam asked Mr Nair why he should host a party to people who are already well fed and asked him to find out how much would be the cost. Mr Nair told it would cost around Rs. 22 lakhs. Dr Kalam asked him to donate that amount to a few selected orphanages in the form of food, dresses and blankets. The selection of orphanages was left to a team in Rashtrapathi Bhavan and Dr Kalam had no role in it. After the selection was made, Dr Kalam asked Mr Nair to come inside his room and gave him a cheque for Rs 1 lakh. He said that he was giving some amount from his personal savings and this should not be informed to anyone. Mr Nair was so shocked that he said “Sir, I will go outside and tell everyone . People should know that here is a man who not only donated what he should have spent but he is giving his own money also”. Dr Kalam though he was a devout Muslim did not have Iftar parties in the years in which he was the President.

3. Dr Kalam did not like “Yes Sir” type of people. Once when the Chief Justice of India had come and on some point Dr Kalam expressed his view and asked Mr Nair, “Do you agree?” Mr Nair said “No Sir, I do not agree with you”.

The Chief Justice was shocked and could not believe his ears. It was impossible for a civil servant to disagree with the President and that too so openly. Mr Nair told him that the President would question him afterwards why he disagreed and if the reason was logical 99% he would change his mind.

4. Dr Kalam invited 50 of his relatives to come to Delhi and they all stayed in Rashtrapathi Bhavan. He organised a bus for them to go around the city which was paid for by him. No official car was used. All their stay and food was calculated as per the instructions of Dr Kalam and the bill came to Rs 2 lakhs which he paid. In the history of this country no one has done it.

Now, wait for the climax, Dr Kalam’s elder brother stayed with him in his room for the entire one week as Dr Kalam wanted his brother to stay with him. When they left, Dr Kalam wanted to pay rent for that room also. Imagine the President of a country paying rent for the room in which he is staying. This was any way not agreed to by the staff who thought the honesty was getting too much to handle!!!.

5. When Kalam Sir was to leave Rashtrapathi Bhavan at the end of his tenure, every staff member went and met him and paid their respects. Mr Nair went to him alone as his wife had fractured her leg and was confined to bed. Dr Kalam asked why his wife did not come. He replied that she was in bed due to an accident. Next day, Mr.Nair saw lot of policemen around his house and asked what had happened. They said that the President of India was coming to visit him in his house. He came and met his wife and chatted for some time. Mr Nair says that no president of any country would visit a civil servant’s house and that too on such a simple pretext.

I thought I should give the details as many of you may not have seen the telecast and so it may be useful.

The younger brother of AJP Abdul Kalam runs an umbrella repairing shop. When Mr. Nair met him during Kalam’s funeral, he touched his feet, in token of respect for both Mr. Nair and Brother.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Derozio (1807-31) was the father of Indian English poetry. He was half Indian, half Portuguese. But as a teacher of English at Hindu College, Calcutta, since 1928, he inspired a number of young Indians with a love of the English language and literature.

Henry Louis Vivian Derozio died young. He left some impressive poetry behind him like Chorus of Brahamins and song of the Hindustan Minstrel. His love of social reform and free thinking were taken up by some of his disciples.

As far as the contribution of Sindh towards English poetry is concerned, it possesses an amazing history.

 

It is matter of fact that progress and development of English literature in Sindh has remained untouched topic for the researchers. Nothing has been said about the first English poet of Sindh and his/her poetry. I am of opinion that “A SONG OF THE 22nd REGIMENT” is the first ever English poetry that took birth in Sindh. Nothing is known about the poet, perhaps he was witness to the fall of Meanee. This song appeared in “Sind Gazette” in its issue of 14th February 1886. This song has been dedicated to Napier, the invader of Sindh. Let us reproduce the song here:

A SONG OF THE 22nd Regt.

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You may talk of Colin Campbell

Or of Outram for Rose;

(Not such duffers either in the Mutinee)

You may talk O’ Warren Hastin

But you breath you’ll all be wastin’

Charley Napier is the boy for me!

Oh! Charley Napier is my darling!

My darling! My darling!

You may talk o’ Warren Hastin’

But your breath you’ll all be wastin’

For it’s Charley is the boy for me!

II

You may talk o’ Balachava,

Waterloo or Inkerman,

But I’ll trouble you a finer sight to see,

When across the sandy nullah

Swept the twenty-second colour,

Oh! Meanee was the day for me!

For Charley Napier is my darling!

My darling! My darling!

As we swep’ across the nullah,

Queen’s and Regimental colour,

Oh! It’s Charley was the boy for we!

III

You may hear how Buonaparte,

Knocked the Russians into fits;

Or how Nelson smashed him up upon the sea!

But old Beloochee lion

To the Desert he sent fly in!

Sure it’s Napier is the Gineral for me.

Oh! Charley Napier is my darling!

My darling! My darling!

When the old Beloochee lion

To the Desert he sent fly in!

Sure it’s Napier was the Gineral for me!

IV

Have you heard how Patrick Murphy

Lay a dyin’down in scinde?

He’s a Rifleman- but, hang it! from Tralee.

“Keep your heart up, Pat”, says Charley!

“Sure, sir Charles, I’m doing rar’ly,”

with the cholera, lads, as black as black could be

Oh! Charley Napier is my darling!

My darling! My darling!

“Keep your heart up, Pat”, says Charley,

“Sure, sir Charles, it’s like a coach wheel yet! Says he.

V

Now Paddy’s time- expired,

Sure he’s taken his discharge,

And it’s likely, lads, you’ll find him in Tralee,

Diggin’ taties or such trifles.

Since he left the sixtieth Rifles.

Singin’ Charley is the boy for me!

Oh! Charley Napier is my darling!

My darling! My darling!

Diggin’ taties or such trifles

Since he left the sixtieth Rifles,

Singn’ Charley is the boy for me!

VI

So whoever you may fancy,

Get your audience some where else,

Where the Russians or the Russians might agree;

But you’d better so I reckon,

Not come near the Twenty-secon’

For it’s Napier is the boy for we!

Oh! Charley Napier is my darling!

My darling! My darling!

So you’ld better, sir, I reckon,

Not come near the twenty-second’

For it’s Charley is the boy for we!

Courtesy ; Dr. Dur Mohammad Pthan   76319_105919629479007_5682444_n

Gul Hayat Institute

 

 

 

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Maulana Rumi (30 September 1207 – 17 December 1273)

Shams al-Din Mohammad (1185–1248) Hazrat Shams-e Tabrizi-(Ra) ad. 1248 was an Iranian Sufi mystic born in the city of Tabriz in Iranian Azerbaijan. He is responsible for initiating Mawlana Jalal ad-Din Muhammad Rumi (rah), usually known as Rumi in the West, into Islamic mysticism, and is immortalized by Rumi’s poetry collection Diwan-e Shams-e Tabriz-i (“The works Shams of Tabriz “) (Ra). Hazrat Shams-e Tabrizi-(Ra) lived together with Rumi in Koyna in present day Turkey, for several years, and is also known to have traveled to Damascus in modern Syria.After several years with Rumi, Hazrat Shams-e Tabrizi-(Ra) disappeared from the pages of history quite suddenly. It is unknown what happened to him after his departure from Rumi, and there are several sites that claim to his grave, one in a remote region of the Karakoram in Northern Pakistan at a place called Ziarat, near the village Shimshall, and another in the same city that was buried in Rumi: Konya, Turkey. Rumi’s love for Hazrat Shams-e Tabrizi-(Ra), and his grief at his death, found expression in an outpouring of music, dance, and lyrics. Rumi himself left Konya and went searching for Hazrat Shams-e Tabrizi-(Ra), traveled far Damascus before realizing that Hazrat Shams-e Tabrizi-(Ra) and himself were, in fact, “the same” As the years passed, Rumi attributed more and more of his own poetry to Hazrat Shams-e Tabrizi-(Raz), as a sign of love for his deceased friend and master. In fact, it soon becomes clear in reading Rumi that Hazrat Shams-e Tabrizi-(Raz), was elevated to a symbol of God’s love for humanity, and that Hazrat Shams-e Tabrizi-(Ra), was a Sun (“Shams” is Arabic for “sun”) shining the Light of God on Rumi.The image of Hazrat Shams-e Tabrizi-(Ra), which is transmitted in the later Sufi tradition is that of an ecstatic wandering mystic teacher for Rumi. While the relationship between Rumi and Hazrat Shams-e Tabrizi-(Raz), is certainly one of the finest in the history of Islamic mysticism, the person of Shams is different from the image being projected onto him. The Maqalat Shams (oral discourses), which are now provided, Hazrat Shams-e Tabrizi-(Ra), comes across as a scholar, who was especially interested in proving his devotion to the Prophet Muhammad (S). He repeatedly criticizes philosophers and other mystics who tried to elevate themselves above the prophet of Islam.In the contemporary period Tabrezi Shams, there is confusion over the name “Shams” as there were three persons existing at the same time. This was Tabrezi Shams, Ismaili PIR (Dai) and Ismaili Imam Shamsuddin Shams Sabzwari.The tomb in Multan, Pakistan is Pir Shams Sabzwari, but it is known as Shams Tabrez. Nobody knows exactly where the tomb of Hazrat Shams-e Tabrizi-(GAC) is located.
Miracles Performed by Hazrat Shams Tabrez (Ra)
Maulana (religious teacher) Rumi could never have become Maula Rumi
Without submitting to Spiritual Guide Hazrat Shams-e Tabrizi-(Ra)

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