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    Default Re: Urdu meaning

    Bismillah
    zarb= Beating, Blow, Hurt, Impression, Injury, Kick, Multiplication, Stamp, Stroke, Zap


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    Default Re: Urdu meaning

    okay.

    Can someone explain me in detail?


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    Quote Originally Posted by شعيب‎ محمد View Post


    "Jis zarb se dil hil jaate the woh zarb lagana bhul gaye"

    Zarb means?
    As said by sis mercy zarb is a strike.

    Muslims have forgotten to make those strikes that would shake the hearts. When a believer shouts a slogan the unbelievers get thoroughly shaken up-if-and this is a big if-the person shouting the slogan is a believer.

    If the matter is clear then I have a story to tell.


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    Bismillah
    maashaaAllah a beautiful line. How true! Wish our hearts are firm in belief that will give such a fierce blow!
    I have seen some videos how the enemy cry hearing the takbir by those fighting in the path of Allah SWT. Truly it shakes the hearts of enemies.


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    Quote Originally Posted by mercyofAllah View Post
    Bismillah
    maashaaAllah a beautiful line. How true! Wish our hearts are firm in belief that will give such a fierce blow!
    I have seen some videos how the enemy cry hearing the takbir by those fighting in the path of Allah SWT. Truly it shakes the hearts of enemies.
    Yuppo, true. i guess its probably kinda nice to know urdu, theres alot of beautiful stuff in the language!
    Our Lord! Take us not to task if we forget or fall into error. (2:286)


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    Quote Originally Posted by Maripat View Post
    As said by sis mercy zarb is a strike.

    Muslims have forgotten to make those strikes that would shake the hearts. When a believer shouts a slogan the unbelievers get thoroughly shaken up-if-and this is a big if-the person shouting the slogan is a believer.

    If the matter is clear then I have a story to tell.

    Moulana Masood Azher stress more on Naarey Takbir...

    Your words remind me of one story which I heard from Moulana Talah Sahab db Son of hazrath shiekh rh, I would like to share here...

    One ustaad was teaching his students, he sneezes and said "alhumdulillah" to which all his students (which were in large number) cried "Yar hamu kallah". This shout was very loud which gave tensed to the ruler, so he sent out his armies to see if there is any fear or not"

    {I just recalled whatever there in my mind}
    Yes the matter is clear, you can mustafeedh us with your story..


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    Quote Originally Posted by شعيب‎ محمد View Post


    "Jis zarb se dil hil jaate the woh zarb lagana bhul gaye"

    Zarb means?
    I have heard this from Pir zulfiqar(d.b) but he meant it in different context. He meant that there were times when young people used to wake up at tahajjud and make zarbs of Allah Allah n by which their hearts used to shake by the Love of Allah but now we have forgot this.
    "Dil pak nahi toh pak ho sakta nahi Insaan...
    Warna iblees ko bhi aatay thay wuzu kay faraiz bohat..."

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    Quote Originally Posted by mmb786 View Post
    Yuppo, true. i guess its probably kinda nice to know urdu, theres alot of beautiful stuff in the language!


    Yuppo, means what?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nun View Post


    Yuppo, means what?



    i wanted to say 'yup' but i was thinking about a hippo, that's how it ended up as 'Yuppo'.
    Our Lord! Take us not to task if we forget or fall into error. (2:286)


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    The event is from the time just after partition of India. Muslims in India were in a very precarious state. In a train leaving from Lucknow for Delhi one man got into this train. He was visibly Muslim-he had a beard. The passengers started taunting him but he ignored. Some time later they said that Miyan will sing a Qawwali for us. The teasing continued similarly. After some time a burqa clad Muslim woman too entered the compartment. The passengers pitched the game at a higher level and said that it is all the more wonderful for not only a singer but we have a dancer also. When the woman too was being teased the Muslim man started making zarb of Laaa Ilahaa Illallah. Very soon the whole compartment was reverberating with the zarb. An elderly pujari (the main worshipper in a temple) was traveling on the berth above the Muslims'. He said to the Muslim Miyan Ji these people are ignorant. Do not be angry on them. They are not familiar with the etiquette.

    The Muslim man was Hazrat Hakim Muhammed Ifhamullah Sahab(RA), father of Hazrat Shaikh Hakim Muhammed Kalimullah Sahab(DB). He served later as a member of the Shoura of Dar-ul-Uloom, Deoband.

    Takbir to ab bhi hoti hai Masjid ki faza mein eh Anwar
    Jis zarb se dil hil jate the woh zarb lagana bhool gaye

    Though there are still Prayer calls in the Mosque, O Anwar
    But the Call that made the hearts tremble is gone and forgotten


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