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Allah is aware of my those prayers,

I’ve never supplicated ever to Him

I put them only in my poetic rosary

I’m sure Allah will be touched

Once I recite my poems to Him

He! The one who’s more benevolent

More loving than seventy mothers;

The Creator, originator, the designer!

He knows even the hearts hush-hush

Allah is conscious of my prayers

He converses in my insightful poetry

خدا میری اُن دُعاؤں کا بھی
رازداں ہے
جو میں نے کبھی نہیں مانگیں
بس نظم کی تسبیح میں پروئی ہیں
اور مجھے کامل یقین ہے کہ
اگر میں وہ نظمیں خدا کو سناؤں تو
اُس کی آنکھیں بھی بھیگ جائیں
وہ خدا
جو ستر ماؤں سے زیادہ مہربان ہے
خالق ہے ، موجد ہے ، صورت گر ہے
اور سینوں کے بھید خوب جانتا ہے
وہی خدا میری دُعاؤں کا رازداں ہے
میر ی نظموں میں بولتا ہے !!
(نجمہ منصور)


🌸Nine Lessons from Surah Hujurat 🌸

When a glass breaks, the sound of breaking disappears immediately, whereas the glass pieces are scattered all over, hurting whoever walks over it.

Similarly, when you say something that hurts someone’s emotions and feelings, your words disappear, but in the heart remains pain for long.

Therefore, don’t say anything except good and always remember the nine advises and prohibitions that Allah has given in Surah Hujurat (The Surah of manners) before you say anything to anyone:

“Fa Tabayyanu”: Investigate: whenever you receive an information, lest you harm people out of ignorance.

“Fa Aslihu”: Make settlement: between your brothers as believers are brothers.

“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.

4.-لا يسخر:
“La Yaskhar”: Don’t ridicule people, perhaps they may be better than you to Allah.

5.-ولا تلمزوا:
“Wa La Talmizu”: Don’t insult one another.

6.-ولا تنابزوا:
“Wa La Tanabazu”: Don’t call each other with offensive nicknames.

7.-اجتنبو كثيرا من الظن:
“Ijtanibu Kathiiran min Aldhan”: Avoid negative assumptions, indeed some of the assumptions are sins.

8.-ولا تجسسوا:
“Wa La Tajassasu”: Don’t spy on each other.

9.-ولا يغتب بعضكم بعضا:
“Wa La Yaghtab”: Don’t backbite about each other. It’s a major sin equivalent to eating your dead brother’s flesh.

Lastly, Allah says in the Qur’an “Remind, because the reminder benefits believers”.I ask Allah to give us the understanding and the IMAN to benefit from it. Ameen.





She spoke to me! Good heavens, O Allah!

What luck; what a chance, O Allah!

She the alluring and her scented tresses

What alluring and absorbing ambiance

Stirring radiant charm of her loveliness

The wonder of her allure is relentless

Fearful disorder is streaming of tears

Peaceful flow of uncontrollable tears

Hardly any moments of night reunion

Countless desires, anxious for reunion

To be speechless and holdback words

Delight of seeing her need no words


vo mujh se hue ham-kalām allāh allāh

kahāñ maiñ kahāñ ye maqām allāh allāh

ye rū-e-daraḳhshāñ ye zulfoñ ke saa.e

ye hañgāma-e-sub.h-o-shām allāh allāh

ye jalvoñ kī tābāniyoñ kā tasalsul

ye zauq-e-nazar kā davām allāh allāh

vo sahmā huā āñsuoñ kā talātum

vo āb-e-ravāñ be-ḳhirām allāh allāh

shab-e-vasl kī sā.ateñ muḳhtasar sī

tamannāoñ kā izhdihām allāh allāh

vo zabt-e-suḳhan meñ laboñ kī ḳhamoshī

nazar kā vo lutf-e-kalām allāh allāh




Allah gives food to one and all in hunger

He endorse our sins hidden under cover

He restores and mends the wrecked woes

Allah heals wounds and makes future glow

He pours rainwater on the unfruitful land

To grow flora and fauna to flourish the land

When our immodesty and faults offend Him

Forgets and forgives us when we plea Him

Allah loves, showers His blessings upon us

Does Allah ever admonish His favors of us?

When Allah’s blessings are rewarded to us

Ramzan brought delight and blessings for us



Whatever’s in skies and worlds belongs to Allah

All that’s in oceans, mountains, and high peaks

All that’s open, all that’s veiled and metaphors

All that’s in illusion and delusion or metaphors

Whatever is existent or fantasy belongs to Allah

All that’s in virtues and values, beliefs and stories

All that’s in silence and in the peacefulness of deserts

All that’s in the air, in the epochs; belongs to Allah

Whatever revealed whatever is hidden is, Allah

For us, Allah’s love is worship and blessings of Allah

Ramzan enriched blessings and rewards of Allah




  In ember, in candle, in moon, it’s Him in everything

  He’s in budding dawn, in the Sun; He’s in everything

  He’s in angels, jinns, fairies, spirits in human beings

He’s in all forms, all times. Almighty exists in everything

He’s Yusuf, He’s Zuleika, He’s Yaqoob He’s everywhere

He’s Kanaan, He’s Egypt, and He’s the only desired path

He’s the wayfarer, He’s guide, and He’s the desired path

He’s vagabond, He’s the one who is valor and precise

He’s allure, He’s lore, He’s adored, He’s is but precise

He’s the inspiration to love to adore and be proud of

He’s innocent, He’s furious, He’s sane and He’s insane

He’s saint, He’s dervish, He’s king and He’s sovereign

He’s spark in the granite O Zafar; and red color in ruby

By God, He is in everything, yes truly exists everywhere


I’m lost in thy love so no matter what comes up
Given up life’s delight, no matter what comes up
O’ Healer, better not lay a hand on a patient like me
Leave me to God; let Him deal, whatever happens
Set aside the books, link with the axis of divine love
Drank divine Bliss Wine, matters not what happens
The fire of love burnt all worldly name and status
No self worth is left, so no matter what comes up
When complained of parting and not being there
Smiled truthfully said; “matters not what happens”
Stayed in trance of life’s oasis for a night long only
With the new dawn, moved ahead, matters not now
Having no concern of what is fine or awful, Niyaz
Anyone who met you; cares not, what may happen

Poet: Hazrat Shah Niyaz Ahmed (R.A.)(1742 – 1834)
Ishq mein tere kohe gham, sar pe liya jo ho so ho
Aish’o nishaat’e zindagi, chhord diya jo ho so ho
Mujh se mareez ko tabiib, haath too apna mat lagaa
Isko khuda pe chord de, bahr’e khuda jo ho so ho
Aql ke madrasee se uthh, ishq ke maikade mein aa
Jaam’e fanaa’o bekhudi, ab to piya jo ho so ho
Laag ki aag lagte hi panba namad ye jal gaya
Rakhte vujood-e-jaan-otan kuchh na bacha jo ho so ho
Hijr ki jo museebatein, arz kiin uske rubaru
Naaz’o adaa se muskura, kehne lagaa jo ho so ho
Hasti ke is saraab mein, raat ki raat bas rahe
Subh’e adam huaa numoo, paaon uthha jo ho so ho
Duniya ke nek’o bad se kaam, humko niyaz kuch nahin
Aap se jo guzar gaya, ussey kia jo ho so ho




Poet: Baba Bulleh Shah
Translated by : Tanveer Rauf

One has to transform into sane

One has to play as a crazy sane

One has to wrap up one’s mortal

That gives pleasure to the Master

In this realm Murshid as Bulleh Shah

Is bound to chant and also dance
Deewana hona painda aye
Mastana hona painda aye,
Jis roop vich raazi yaar howe,
Oh bhesh watauna painda aye,
Ethe bulleh warge murshid nu bhi,
Nachna te gauna painda aye


A psychiatrist attends a seminar in Germany and surprised the audience by saying that he was treating his patients by making them wash their face 5 times a day and within a short period of time the treatment started to have an effect. They started a recovery from their illness. At the end of the speech, the doctor said, “I confess that fewer Muslims suffer from depression as they wash their hands, face, and feet many times in a day by performing WUZU.”

Blood Pressure:-
A heart specialist says with the importance that those who have high blood pressure should be advised to perform Wuzu. A Muslim doctor says, “The best cure for depression is Wuzu.” Western doctors treat their patients by placing water on some parts of their body, which is just like wuzu.

Benefits of Washing Hands:-
In Wuzu the hands are washed first and there are many benefits.
If the hands are not washed during the day, there is a possibility of getting many types of skin diseases:-Heat spots Itchy skin Bad skin Change in the skin color, etc.
When we wash our hands, water falls from the tips of our fingers and create a circle around our hand and due to this, our inner electrics come into motion, which makes our hands more beautiful

Washing the Mouth:-
By washing the mouth and using a Miswaak, the bacteria will be removed. If the mouth is not cleaned, one can be affected by the following illnesses:-

One of the first sign of aids is the swelling of the mouth
Edges of the mouth splitting
Moniliasis of the mouth and lips,
The mouth becomes sore etc.

The one who gargles water, will not get tonsillitis and he will be saved from many throat diseases including throat cancer.

Washing the nose:-
The lungs need air free from pollution and it should contain 80% moisture and should be more than 90 degrees Fahrenheit. To attain this type of air, Allah Subhana’wa’ta’ala has blessed us with a nose. It makes the air moist, the nose creates a quarter of a gallon of moisture and the hair in the nostrils stops dirt going inside the lungs. There is a microscopic brush in the nose. This brush contains small particles which kill the bacteria that travel through the air and enter the nose.

Due to these, a Muslim is saved from many diseases of the nose.

Washing the face:-
A European doctor wrote a thesis called ‘Eye, water, and Health’. In his thesis, he encouraged people to wash their eyes many times a day, to avoid dangerous diseases. A member of the American Council for beauty, ‘Beychar’ stated; “Muslims do not need any type of chemical lotions as they wash their face many times a day during Wuzu which safeguards them against many diseases.

Physicians have researched that if one makes his/her eyebrows wet frequently then one can be protected from a dangerous disease like blindness.

Washing the Arms:-
There are three major veins in the elbow that are connected to the heart, liver and the brain. The elbow usually stays covered with clothing and if water and air do not reach these parts, one may suffer from mental problems. Also, by washing the arms including the hands, a link is created in between the person and the particles of light and the particles begin to flow. This action makes all the body parts strong.

Wiping the Head:-
There is a major vein in the body that lies between the back of the head and neck This vein has a connection with the spinal cord, the brain and the small veins spread in the body, when one wipes the back of his neck, passes through the Spinal cord, spread into the small veins and give strength to the various parts of the body. Also wiping the neck prevents one from fever and mental illness.

Washing the Feet:-
Washing feet during wuzu removes bacteria and dust. By washing feet according to sunnah, saves from lack of sleep, dryness of the brain, nervousness, and depression


Laila by Baba Bullah Shah

Laila indicated Majnu that
His beloved Laila has black skin
Majnu the lover retorted her back;
‘Thou vision is inept to apprehend,
The paper of the Holy Quran is however white
Yet words written are, is with black ink
Stop thinking more about it Bullihiya
It matters not if beloved is white or black


Laila kitta sawal mian majnu nu
Teri Laila de rung te kali ai
Ditta jawab mina majnu nay
Teri ankh na wekhan wali hay
Quran pak de war chittay
Uttay likhi siyahi kali ai
Chad we bullhiya dil di chad we
Te ki kali ki gori ai


Bulleh Shah‘s real name was Abdullah Shah, was a Punjabi Muslim Sufi poet, a humanist, and philosopher.
Bulleh Shah received his early schooling in Pandoke and moved to Kasur for higher education.
Bulleh Shah’s family directly descended from the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).
Bulleh Shah lived in the same period as the famous Sindhi Sufi poet, Shah Abdul Latif Bhatai
His lifespan also overlapped with the legendary Punjabi poet Waris Shah of Heer Ranjha fame, and the famous Sindhi Sufi poet Abdul Wahad known by his pen-name, Sachal Sarmast (“truth seeking leader of the intoxicated ones”).
Amongst Urdu poets, Bulleh Shah lived 400 miles away from Mir Taqi Mir (1723 – 1810) of Agra.
–Bulleh Shah’s popularity stretches uniformly across Hindus, Sikhs, and Muslims, to the point that much of the written material about this philosopher is from Hindu and Sikh authors.
He was a keen supporter of the poor and at all fronts, he opposed oppression and exploitation of the public by capitalistic class. Due to his anti-extremist and revolutionary behavior, he was given the ‘Fatwa’ of Kafir (Infidel) by religious authorities. Several times, he was bitten or beaten by the extremists but ‘he never bowed his neck’.
When he died he was thrown on the garbage outside the boundary of Kasur because he wasn’t allowed to be buried in the Kasur. But as time passed, Baba Ji’s grave got its place in his Kasur.

After the death of Baba Bulleh Shah, the Government and Muslim Ulmas used their force strongly to destroy the Kalam (poetry) and reputation of Baba Ji.
In British India, for about 100 years his Kalam was not allowed to be published. It was after the ‘partition of 1947’ that Baba ji’s Kalam was published for the first time when some Sikhs and Hindus disclosed some remnants of Baba Ji’s Kalam. No doubt, a lot of his verses have been disappeared from the world but still, we’ve his beautiful verses which are famous all over the world and people of all castes and religions love and admire this remarkable poet of history.
May his pious soul be elevated more to higher grade of jannat —- ameen

بلھے شاہ بلھے شاہ کا اصل نام عبداللہ شاہ تھا، یہ ایک پنجابی مسلم صوفی شاعر، ایک انسان دوست اور فلسفی تھے۔ بلھے شاہ نے ایک چھوٹے سے گاؤں پندوکی میں ابتدائی تعلیم حاصل کی، اور اعلی تعلیم کے لئے قصور میں منتقل ہو گئے- بلھے شاہ کے خاندان کا سلسلہ براہ راست رسول اللہ (ص) سے ملتا ہے- بلھے شاہاس دور میں رہے جو سندھ کے مشہور صوفی شاعر شاہ عبدالطیف Bhatai اور افسانوی پنجابی شاعر ہیر رانجھاکی شہرت پانے واکے وارث شاہ، اور سندھ کے مشہور صوفی شاعر عبد Wahad ان کے عہد کے نام سے جانا جاتا تھا، سچل سرمست جو ( “نشہ والوں میں حقیقت کی تلاش رہنے والے”) کے سے پہچانے جاتے تھے – بھلے شاہ آگرہ آگرہ سے تقریباً 400 میل دور رہتے تھے جہاں مشہور اردو شاعروں یعنی میر تقی میر (1810 1723) سے 400 کا دور تھا- بھلے شاہ کی مقبولیت کو ہندو اور سکھ مصنفین کی طرف سے زیدہ پزیرائی ہوئی اس لئیے کہ اس فلسفی کے بارے میں لکھا کلام کا زیادہ حصہ فلسفانہ نقطہ پر مبنی ہے جو ہندوؤں، سکھوں اور مسلمانوں بھر میں یکساں طور پر پھیلا. وہ غریب طبقے کے گہرے حامی تھے اور تمام محاذوں پر وہ سرمایہ دارانہ طبقے کی طرف سے جبر اور عوام کے استحصال کی مخالفت کرتے رہے۔ ان مخالف انتہا پسند اور انقلابی رویے کی وجہ سے، انہیں مذہبی حکام کی طرف سے کافر (کافر) کا “فتوی’ بھی دیا گیا تھا. کئی بار انتہا پسندوں کی طرف سے پیٹا لیکن ‘اس نے اپنی گردن جھکا کر ہار کبھی کبھی نہیں’ مانی. انُکے انتقال کے بعد انہیں نے قصور میں دفن کرنے کی اجازت نہیں دی گئی ہے اور انہیں قصور کی سرحد کے باہر ردی کی ٹوکری پر پھینک دیا گیا. لیکن وقت گزر رہا تھا، بابا جی کی قبر کو اس کے شہر قصور میں آخر اس کی جگہ مل ہی گئی. بابا بلھے شاہ کی موت کے بعد، حکومت اور مسلم علماء نے کلام (شاعری) اور بابا جی کی ساکھ کو تباہ کرنے کی کوشش کی اور سختی سے ان کی اطلاق پر طاقت کا استعمال کیا. برطانوی بھارت میں، تقریبا 100 سال تک ان کے کلام شائع کرنے کی اجازت نہیں تھی. یہ 1947 ء کی تقسیم کے بعد بابا جی کے کلام کو پہلی بار دوبارہ شائیع کیا گیا- کچھ سکھوں اور ہندوؤں نے بابا جی کے کلام کی کچھ باقیات اور انکشاف جو کہ پہلے شائع کے گئیے تھا انہیں یکجا کیا – کوئی شک نہیں، اس کی آیات میں سے بہت کچھ حصہ دنیا کی نظروں سے غائب ہو گیا ہے لیکن اب بھی وہ ساری دنیا میں مشہور ہیں – ان کا کلام آج بھی تمام ذاتوں اور مذاہب کے لوگوں میں بہت مقبول ہے۔ اللھ انُکیُمغفرت کرے اور جنت میںُانُکے درجات کو بلند کرے ۔ آمین

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