Fabi Ayyi Ala i Rabbikuma Tukazziban Meaning with Importance of Qur’an

“Fabi Ayyi Ala i Rabbikuma Tukazziban Meaning “In this article you will find everything on this topic، Allah Almighty has blessed man with innumerable blessings,

so man should be thankful for these blessings of Allah. If he does not do so, then surely he is denying these blessings.

In Surah Ar-Rahman, when Allah mentions His blessings, He repeatedly says: fabi ayyi ala i rabbikuma tukazziban Man and jinn will deny which blessing? In Surah Ar-Rahman it is said about 30 times fabi aalai rabbikuma tukazziban.

Fabi Ayyi ala i Rabbikuma Tukazziban

I vividly remember when I was a child the recitation of Surah Rahman was shown daily on Pakistan’s state TV, and In the house where there was a TV, he would raise his voice during the recitation, so that people in the surrounding houses would also listen to his recitation with great politeness.

Fabi Ayyi ala i Rabbikuma Tukazziban tilawat on tv

Listening to the recitation of the Qur’an gives peace of mind. Some time ago, I also heard the news that in order to heal the patients in a hospital, the recitation of Surah Rehman is recited to the patients there which is mentioned again and again fabi ayyi ala i rabbikuma tukaththiban.

Fabi Ayyi Ala I Rabbikuma Tukazziban Meaning in English

Fabi Ayyi Ala I Rabbikuma Tukazziban Meaning in English

Virtues of those who recite the Qur’an

Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) said: It is permissible to be jealous of only two people: The first person to whom has He repeats the Qur’an with his heart and soul night and day. When his neighbor hears him reciting the Qur’an,

he says, If I had been given a Qur’an like this, I would have acted in the same way as it does. And the other is the person He distributes the wealth received from Allah to creatures.

The other person looks at him and says: Alas! I get as much money as he gets, so I do it the way he does.

Fabi ayyi ala i rabbikuma tukazziban Meaning in Urdu

fabi ayyi ala i rabbikuma tukazziban meaning in urdu

Hazrat Abo Horaira narrates that (O people!) Read the Qur’an. Verily, on the Day of Resurrection, He will be the Best of Intercessors. On Qayamat he will say: Ya allah! Wearing this person (the owner of the Qur’an) an honorable ornament So he will be adorned with the ornament of honor.

O my Lord! Dress her up with dignity; Then he will be clothed with honor. O my Lord! Crown him with honor O Lord! Be pleased with it nothing is left after your consent (which is demanded).

Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) said: The Almighty does not listen to anything of a servant as carefully as he listens to his two rak’ahs of prayer. As long as the servant remains in prayer, goodness remains a shadow on his head. And the servants cannot get as close to God through any action as they can get through the Qur’an.

Reciter of the Qur’an

Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) said: Whoever observes the obligatory prayers (5 times) will not be written in heedlessness, and whoever recites100 verses at night, he will write in obedient servants.

Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) said: There are three persons who will not be frightened by the great terror (of the Day of Qayamat) nor will they have difficulty in giving an account. They will rest on the mounds of musk: The first is the person who read the Quran for the sake of Allah and leads a nation while the followers are happy with it.

The second is the man who invites people to the five daily prayers only for the sake of Allah and the third is the slave who keeps the affairs of his Lord in order and continues to do the work of his master in a happy manner.

Read the Qur’an slowly

Hazrat Abo Hamza narrates that I asked Hazrat Abdollah bin Abbas (RA): I read the Quraan (so fast) that I finish the Quraan in three nights. He said: If I recite Surah Al-Baqarah in one night and meditate on it and recite it with recitation, then reciting it in this way is more pleasing to me than your recitation.

Hazrat (Abdollah) bin Abbas narrated that Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) said to me: “O Ibn Abbas! When you recite the Qur’an, recite it slowly and with clear words and letters, and do not scatter it like a scattering of rubbish, nor do you recite it hastily like poetry.

Pause on its wonders and move your hearts through it. And none of you should intend to reach only the last surah (to finish the Qur’an soon, but to recite it carefully and thoughtfully).

Fabiayyi ala irobbikuma tukadziban Meaning

It is narrated from Hazrat Mujahid (RA) that he was asked about two men, which of them is better. One of them recited Surah Al-Baqarah and Surah Al-Imran in one rak’ah, and the other recited only Surah Al-Baqarah in one rak’ah, while the rest of his prayers, his standing, bowing and prostration were all equal?

He said: The person (who is better) who only recited Surah Al-Baqarah (because he recited it slowly)

When we were little our parents used to send us to the teacher twice a day to teach the Quran, and at that time we used to go with great enthusiasm, but today we are so busy in our lives. We do not encourage our children to study the Qur’an nor do we read it in front of the children.

If we want to keep our generation connected with religion, we have to acquaint them with the teachings of Qur’an. Otherwise, we would have been saying to ourselves tomorrow, “If only we had called them to the religion, they would be serving us today.”

It is very difficult for a person who does not study the Qur’an to perform the acts of worship in full, because such words have to be recited in the acts of worship as well.

Let’s pledge that we will give ourselves enough time to be attached to the Qur’an and bring our descendants to it. It is also very welcome that the teaching of the Qur’an has now become a part of our curriculum

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