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#1 Fatima Ki Ghulam

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Posted 02 February 2008 - 07:22 PM

My father and I have done our best to provide the kahani in English for those who can't read urdu. This is the famous Kahani of Bibi Fatima (as). Many question it's origins, but I have seen it's great miraculous effects. Even a sunni family that my dad suggested the kahani too, did manat and said they would read the kahani if the prayer was answered and their prayer was answered. This manats. just like duas have great spiritual strength and with that comes many blessings. Take it as an enhancer for your duas.
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Bibi Fatima (as) Ki Kahani

Ek mashoor reewayat hey ke arab ke kissi shehair mein aek sunaaran raihtti thi jis kay sirf aek larrka tha. Ek roz jub sunaaran kuaen par paani bharney gaee tou ooska larrka bhi uske peechey holia. Sunaaran larrkay ko kuaen ke qareeb bithaakar paani bharnay lugee. Kuaen ke dusree taraf aek Kumhaar rahta thaa jis ki bhatti oos waqt khoob daihak rahee thi. Larrka kailtay kailtay oos taraf nikal gaya. Sunaaran jab paani bharchooki tau kuaen kay kareeb larrkay ko na paaker kheyaal kiya ke ghar chalaa gia hoga. Waapis ghar ponchee tau woh vahaan bhi nahi mila. Maa barri paraishaan houee. Roti peet thi apnay luktay jigar ki talaash mein doobara ghar se niklee. Kuaen kay qareeb aaee. Jagah jagah dhoonda. Sargardaan aur pareshaan phirtee rahi. Har ek se pooncha magar koi suraag na mila. Is tarah shaam ho gai. Yakayak shor hua ke sunaraan ka larrka Kumhaar ki bhatti me gir kay jull gaya hai. Ye sun kar sunaarun ko intahaiee sudma hua aur is qadar roee ke oossay ghash agayaa.

Alam-e-ghashee me kia dakhtee hai kay aek mozamma naqaab posh tashreef laaee haen aur farmaraheen hein ke ghum na kha. Tera baitta bauhat jald tuj say milega. Tu nee-ut kar lay kay agar mera baitta kumhaar ke bhatti mein se zinda khailta khoodta nikal aaey tau mein Janaab Saiyada (S.A.) kee kahaani sunoon ghi. Sunaaran ne forun aalam-e-ghushee me hi neeyat karke munnat maan lee. Jub sunaaran ki ankh khulee to waqai sunaran ne dekha kay larrka Khuda ke fazal –o- karam se hunsta khailta zinda salaamat challa aaraha hai aur Ijaz-e-Janaabe Saiyada (S.A.) say uss kay jism per aag ne koi asr nahee kia. Yahan tak ke lebaas-badan tuk mehfooz raha.

Allah huma sale alla Mohammadin wa ale Mohammad.

Sunaran bachay ko lekar khushee khushee bazaar gayee aur do paisay ke sheernee mole lee aur parauseeun se kaha ke meree murad puree huee hai. Mere ghar chalkar Janaab Saiyada (S.A.) ki kahaani mujey sunaado. Chey saat gharon me phiree laikin har ek ne yahee jawaab diya ke na hamein kahaani yaad hai aur na humko itnee fursat hai kay in fazool baaton ki taraf tawajey dein. Sunarun maayus hokar jungle ki taraf chaldee. Kuch door chalkar wohee naqab posh Mozamma nazar aaeen aur farmaya kay ae khatoon mat ro. Chadar beechaa kar baith jaa. Mein kahani sunaati houn aur tum suno. Phir app ne farmaiya kay shehair Madina me eik yahudi rahta tha. Us ki larrkhi ki shaadi thi. Isliye woh yahudi janaab Rasool-e-Khuda (S.A.W) ki khidmat me aaya aur kaheney laga ke mere larrki ki shaadi hai. Aap ijaazat dein to mein sharf paoun ke Janaab Saiyada (S.A.) mairay ghar tushreef le chalain. Aap ne farmaya ke iss amr kay malik Janaab Ali (A.S.) hein. Ye sunkar woh Hazrat Ali (A.S.) ki khidmat me hazaar houa aur arz ki kay aap ijazaat dein to janaab Saiyada (A.S.) merey ghar tashreef le chalain. Aap nein fermaaya key iss amr ki maalik khud Janaab Saiyada (S.A.) hein. Iss kay baad woh yahudi Janaab Saiyada (S.A.) kay derwazay per aaya aur awaaz dee kay aiy Bint-e- Rasool meri larrki ki shaadi hai. AGAR AAP TASHREEF LAY CHALEIN TOU MERI BOHATT IZZAT AFZAI HOGI. Aap ney fermaaya ke Janaab Ameer (A.S.) say ijaazat lay loon to chaloon. Yahudi ney arz ki kay mein Rasool-e-Khudda (Saleh-Ala-Waley-Wa Sallum) aur Shair-e-Khuda Hazarat Ali (A.S.) ki khidmat mey ghia thaa. Sub ney aap hee ko mukhtaar kia hae. Janab Saiyada (A.S.) yeh soonker mutaffakar ho gaaeen. Itney mein Janaab Risulat-Maab Janaab Rasool-e-Khuda (Salah-ala-waley-wa-sal-lum) khud tashreef lai aaey. Janaab Saiyaida (A.S.) nay fermaayaa kay yahudi kay ghar se aadmi aaya hai Aap kia fermaatey hein iss key ghar jaaoon key naheen. Aap ney fermaya key baitti iss ka ikhtiar khud tumko hai. Janaab Saiyada A.S.) ney phir fermaaya ke baba jaan aap ki sakht toheen hogee key merey pas wohee phattey pooraney kuprrey hein jismein jaa bajja khurmoon key peywand lagey howey hein. Rasool khuda (A.S.) ney fermaaya key baitti issi halat me jao. Jo marzi Mabood. Chunachey Janaab Saiyada (A.S.) Janey ko tayaar ho gaeen. Apney darwazey tuk na phoncheen thi key hooraan-e-jannat asmaan say nazil houeen aur Janab Saiyada (A.S.) ko zevraat aur khilatt-e-jannah sey aarastaa kia aur apna jaloos laiker rawaana hoeen. Is shaan se janab Saiyada(A.S.) ki sawaari Yahudi key ghar pohnchi. Jounhee Aap yahudi kay makaan mein dakhil houein tamaam makaan apkay noor say roshan hogia aur aisee khushboo phailee kay dur dur tuk mahsoos honey laghee. Yeh tajammul aur waqar dekh kar tamaam yahudi aurtein behosh hogaein. Thorree dair baad sub ko hosh aaya magar dulhan ko hosh nahee aayaa. Lakh tudbeerain kein magar sub baisood hooein. Dekha gia tau maalum hua kay rooh aaroos qafus-e-ansari se pervaz ker chukee hai. Annan-fannun mein khan-ae-shaadi matum kada bungia. Janaab Saiyada (A.S.) ko yeh dekh-ker bohatt tashveesh hooee aur aap nay fermaya kay itminaan rakhoo abhi hosh ajaata hai. Iske baad aap nain dau rakaat namaaz purhkar dua farmaee aur kaha kay aey merey Mabood mein bint-e-Rasool (A.S.) hoon:

Siddiqa naam rakha hai aapney Batool ka
Jhootta na kijeo moojey sadqaa Rasool Ka


Aey mere Mabood-e-Berhaq: Mein aapke Rasool ki baitti hoon. Meri izzatt aapke haat may hai. Tamaam loogh yeh hi kahein gay kay Saiyada (A.S) kay aateh hi dulhun khatum hogaee aur khana-e-shaadi khana-e-ghum bungiya. Kuch dair na guzree thee kay aapki dua qabool hooee aur dulhan kalma-e-shahaadat purhtee huee outth baitthi.

Allah Huma Salai Allah Mohammad Wa Ale-Mohammad

Aur kheney laghee key mein shahadat daittee hum key khuda wahdat-la-shareek haiy
Aur Hazarat Mohammad Mustafa (A.S.) burhaq hein aur aap inkee sahabzaadi hein. Aap mojhay Mazhab-e-Islam key taaleem furmaaen. Aur iss terha dulhan musulmaan hogai. Janab Fatima Zahra (A.S.) kay yey ijaz daikhker panchso yahudi murd aur aurtein bhi musulmaan hogai. Aur aap ko sub nein nehaayat izzat aur ahtraam key saath rukhsut kia. Eik aurat apkee kaneezi mein dee. Aap ney upney daulat khaney per tashreef laakar tammaam majra Janab-e-Rasool Khuda (A.S.) say beeyaan kia. Risaalat Maab Hazrat Mohammad (A.S.) ney bhi khuda ka shuker adaa kia.

Kahanni ka phaila hisa khatum hoaa. Mozamma ney doosra hisa shooroo kia. Sunarun nehaayat aur dilchuspee say suntee rahee.


DOOSRAA HISSA

Kissee shaiher mein eik badshah rahtaa tha. Us ney apney wazir say kahaa kay saamaan-e-sheekar taiyaar karo. Wazir nay samaan-sheekar taiyar kiya aur badshah ko khaber dee. Badshah sheekar ko chaldia. Shezaadi aur wazirzaadi donno larkiyaan bhi saat theen. Chultey chultey eik jungle main ponchey. Khaimein nasab keeyay gaey. Lashkar waley thakaawat duur karney kay leeye laittey. Kuch loghon ney naashta kia. Itney mey itnee zor ki aandhi chalee kay sub log urrgai. Shahzadi aur wazirzadi eik pahaarr per jakar geerin. Aandhi bund honay kay baad rafta rafta tammam logg jamma hogaey. Aur tammam lashker lott aaya. Magar larkiyon ka koee putta na challaa. Badshah aur wazir nay bahoot dhonda aur surganda phirey magar kaheen bhi larrkion ka patta na mila. Sub majboor hokar wapas aagai. Itafaqan unkey wapis jaaney ke bad kissee doosrey mulk ka badshah issi jungle main sheekaar khelney ke liyey aaya aur apney wazir ko hookum diya key pani talaash kerke laaey. Wazir pani ki talaash mein itafiqan ussi paharr per ponhanch gia jahan per daunno larkiyan thein.

Yey larkeiyan apne waaldayn se beecher ker itnaa roeen ke dauno ko gush aagia. Alam-e-ghushi may in larkiyoun ne daikha kay ek niqab posh Mozamma tashreef laaee hain aur fermarahee hein ke aiy larkiyoo tum mannut maan lo kay jub tum waldain se mill jaoo gi tou Janaab-e-Saiyada (A.S) ki kahaani sunno ghi. Inn larkiyuonay alam-e- ghashee may yey manat maan lee. Jub hosh aaya to ek doosrey nay iss waqeya ki tasdeeq ki. Itney mey wazir paani ki talaash may gia aur donno larkiyoon ko daikh ker bahut hairaan hoowa. Wazir aur Badshah nay dono larkiyon ko saath aaney ko kaha. Chand rooz larkiyaan badshad kay yahan raheen. Phir badshah nay in larkiyoun ke waaldain ko itallah dee. Larkiyun kay waldain ne forun khat likhker unko wapis bulwaya. Iss doosrey badshah ne arz ki kay apki larkiyaan hazir hein magar kiya ye achca ho kay badshah ki larki ki shaadi uske baitte aur wazir ki larki ki shaddi wazir kay larkay sey ho jai. Phailey badshah nay ye bath manzoor karlee. Doosrey badshah ney dono larkiyon ko rukhsat kardiaa aur Larkiyaan apney waldain se milker bahut hi khush huin.

Donno larkiyun ki shaadi hogai aur donno larkiyan dulhan bunker susraal chaleen. Itifiqan ek diulhan ka lotta jo jehez mey mila tha waheen reh gia. Ek seepahee ko wapis rawana kiya kay lotta lay aaey. Seepahee wahan gia to kia daikhta hai kay jahan per larkiyoon kay baap ka mahal that wahaan maidaan hai aur ussi maidaan may lotta rakhaa hai. Jub seepahee nay lotta otthana chahaa, iss lottey may se eik saamp ney phanna nikala. Seepahee uchchal ker peechey hutt gia. Seepahee ney bahut chaaha ke lotta uttah sakay laikin mumkin na ho saka. Majboran yo seepahee wapis aaya aur sub ko ye majra soonaya. Badshah ko yeh sunker bohatt hairut hooee aur yoh dulhunno ke pass aaya aur kaha kay maloom hota hai kay tum dono jadogar ho. Is waqt mein tum ko qaid kerta hun aur subha ko qatal kara dun ga.





Jub donno larkiyun nay yeh sunna to liputtker khoob roeen aur behoosh hogaeen. Haalat behooshi may daikha kay wohee Pak Naqaab posh Mauzamma jo pahaarr per nazar aaee thein phir tashreef laaeen aur fermaney lagin kay aiy larkiyoon tum nay mannat manni thi kay jub tum apne waldain se milogee to Janab Saiyada (A.S.) ki kahani sunno gi. Tum logo nay kahaani naheen sunni. Yeh bud ahdi ki hai. Issi wajhaa se ye azaab nazil hoaa hai. Ab tum loug issi qaid khaney may kahaani soono.

Larkiyun ney kaha ke qaid-khaney maen humarey pass paissey kahan hein. Aapney fermaaya kay tumaharay aanchal mein dou paissaiy bundhey haein. Larkiyaan jub hosh may aaeen tou kia daikha kay waqai inke anchel mein dou paisey bundeh thaiy. Ab inhonney kisi tudbeer se dou paisun ki meetthaee mangaee aur eik larkee ne kahani kahee aur doosri nay sooni.

Subhay ko jub jalaad in lurkiyoon ko qatal kernay kay liay aaya tou inn donno nay uss say kaha pahlay hum badshah se kuch arz karna chahatay hein. Jub badshah inke pass
Tasreef laya toa inn donno ne upney henna aalood haath band ker kahaa kay ek aadmi hummaray makaan per bhaij dijye phir aapki jo marzi hogi yo keejyia ga. Badshah nay yeh manzoor kia aur eik seepahee ko rawaana kia. Seepahee nay jakar jo daikha yo hairaan rah gia. Wahan per sub kuch mojood that. Mahal, takht-o-taj sub kuch salamut thaah.

Badshah lurkiyun kay pass gia aur daryaft kia kay yeh kia majra hai Larkiyun nay badshah ko sub majra batayya. Badshah nay dil se iss maujzay per yaqeen kia aur forrun huqum dia kay donno larrkiyyon ko ba izzat aur ahtaram ke saat riha kiya jai aur mahal ponchaaya jai.

YE KAHAANI SUNARUN SE KHAI KER JANAB SAIYADA (A.S.) ROO-POSH HO GAEEN.

Sunarun jub apne ghar wapis aaee tou kia daikhti hai kay jin logoun nay kahaani sunney aur sunnaanay say inkaar kia thah aur Mazaalah fazool sumjah that, unke gharhun mein aag lugg gaee thee.

JIS TARRAH SUNNARUN KI MURAAD PURI HUI, KHUDA-WAN-DE-ALAM (Bahuq-e-Janaab Saiyada Fatima A.S.) HUM SUB SUNN-NAI-WALUN KI MURAADEIN PURI KERAIN: Ameen-summ-ameen

#2 baqar

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Posted 02 February 2008 - 07:43 PM

I think this thread belongs to the URDU forum.

#3 Fatima Ki Ghulam

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Posted 03 February 2008 - 12:01 PM

I think this thread belongs to the URDU forum.


Thanks Baqar, I wasn't sure where it should go? Because it's a dua/manat but then yes it is in Urdu :)

btw I love this site. You guys are doing a great service to islam. God bless.

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Posted 03 February 2008 - 03:28 PM

^Thanku so so much sis, Jazakallah Khair..I can read urdu alhamd, but my kahani book is reallyy old so I cant read some of the words..this is great..
May Allah reward you and your father for ur efforts Inshallah
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Posted 04 February 2008 - 02:49 PM

This '10 bibiyon kee kahaani' is quite famous among Shia circles in Pakistan. This Urdu rendition (I won't call it a translation) is perhaps done by the Lucknowi Shia in the days gone by. This Urdu rendition uses a lot of 'afsaanvee rang' and I suspect that it deviates from the correct language of the original narration. I haven't come across the original Arabic narration. I will appreciate if someome can shed some light on its references.

Edited by Jibran Haider, 04 February 2008 - 02:51 PM.


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Posted 04 February 2008 - 06:30 PM

This '10 bibiyon kee kahaani' is quite famous among Shia circles in Pakistan. This Urdu rendition (I won't call it a translation) is perhaps done by the Lucknowi Shia in the days gone by. This Urdu rendition uses a lot of 'afsaanvee rang' and I suspect that it deviates from the correct language of the original narration. I haven't come across the original Arabic narration. I will appreciate if someome can shed some light on its references.

(salam)
Allahuma salle aala Muhammad SAW wa Aale Muhammad SAW!

Maula aapko aur aapke walid sahab ko is nek kaam ka sawaab ata farmayen..Ameen..
Iltemas e dua!

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Posted 04 February 2008 - 06:35 PM

am I missing something?? where is the English translation? Did you mean you wrote out the words using the English alphabet?
A proper translation would be appreciated- this is all dutch to me. :P

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Posted 04 February 2008 - 06:48 PM

(salam)

Kuch dair na guzree thee kay aapki dua qabool hooee aur dulhan kalma-e-shahaadat purhtee huee outth baitthi.


I thought I would just share this picture. They say that this is where that mojaza took place where that woman died during her marriage and Bibi Fatima (sa) came and then the dulhan came back alive saying the Kalima.

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Posted 04 February 2008 - 10:26 PM

(salam)
Allahuma salle aala Muhammad SAW wa Aale Muhammad SAW!

Maula aapko aur aapke walid sahab ko is nek kaam ka sawaab ata farmayen..Ameen..
Iltemas e dua!


kyaaaa? :blink:

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Posted 05 February 2008 - 06:30 PM

kyaaaa? :blink:



She's replying to the OP, she probably just hit reply to your post. (fear not.)

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Posted 06 February 2008 - 12:30 AM

salaam,

no offence .. par maine suna hai ki in mese kai kahaniyan authentic nahi hai.. not all but some...

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Posted 06 February 2008 - 02:30 AM

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Is topic ko pin-up kardainaa chaahiye.



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Posted 06 February 2008 - 09:13 AM

salaam,

no offence .. par maine suna hai ki in mese kai kahaniyan authentic nahi hai.. not all but some...


'Bibi syedah going to yahudis marriage' story is quoted in bihar-ul-anwar(vol-3,urdu translation by maulana hasan imdad,page 89) and in here its originally been quoted from the famous book al-kharaej wal jaraeh.

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Posted 06 February 2008 - 01:15 PM

'Bibi syedah going to yahudis marriage' story is quoted in bihar-ul-anwar(vol-3,urdu translation by maulana hasan imdad,page 89) and in here its originally been quoted from the famous book al-kharaej wal jaraeh.


yeh i knw .. this story is very famous n authentic too ...but the stories posted in the main topic is nt all ... there are many such stories known as bibi fatima ki kahaniya n few of them r not authentic .. just meant to say tht ...

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Posted 04 June 2008 - 11:20 AM

Thank you for your dua.

Too the person who asked why it's not a translation..I specified it's a transliteration - meaning it's taken from one language and transferred to another language with the same meaning.

Also in terms of the Yahudi's daughter..many claim that our bibi wouldn't go to a Yahudis place. This is rubbish as they were people of the book and Imam Ali also is know to have worked for a Yahudi. There is no discrimination as to who's house you can or cannot go to. The only thing is that if they are eating or doing non-permissible things, then you should not do the same.

Some also say this is just a story. But if you read the Quran the Quran is full of stories and it calls them stories. Story doesn't mean fiction.

Sometimes you just have to believe and I have seen so many people who have done 'mannat' to read this beautiful kahani and have got their prayer accepted. It's all about faith.

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Posted 04 December 2008 - 04:16 PM

yeh i knw .. this story is very famous n authentic too ...but the stories posted in the main topic is nt all ... there are many such stories known as bibi fatima ki kahaniya n few of them r not authentic .. just meant to say tht ...

Salaam Alikum to all, I am just wondering where to find this Kahani in English and Gujrati my book is all torn apart if anyone could help me out I would highly appreciate it..."BIBI FATIMA KI KAHANI IN ENGLISH AND GUJRATI" Thank you here is my email addres: kyasmin@sbcglobal.net
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Posted 17 December 2008 - 01:56 PM

" Haalat behooshi may daikha kay wohee Pak Naqaab posh Mauzamma jo pahaarr per nazar aaee thein phir tashreef laaeen aur fermaney lagin kay aiy larkiyoon tum nay mannat manni thi kay jub tum apne waldain se milogee to Janab Saiyada (A.S.) ki kahani sunno gi. Tum logo nay kahaani naheen sunni. Yeh bud ahdi ki hai. Issi wajhaa se ye azaab nazil hoaa hai. Ab tum loug issi qaid khaney may kahaani soono "

this was the punishment for just not listening the story ? do u expect this type of behavior from Ahlulbait of RasoolAllah s.a.w.w

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Posted 06 September 2009 - 02:49 PM

can u send me this stroy in urdu at my email address shoaib@myajk.com or at soldier.born2win@gmail.com im waiting for ur reply

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Posted 03 April 2010 - 06:41 PM

English translation by me of the story of Janab e Fatima.


One famous event about some Arab city, there lived the widow of a goldsmith who had only one son. One day when the widow water went to the well to get water, her son went along with her. The widow left her son close to the well and began to fill her water bucket. Along side the well lived a blacksmith with a furnace in his shop. The son of the goldsmith was playing in the area of well and went off away from it towards the furnace while his mother was getting the water. When the widow filled her vessel with water she headed home, she expected that her child had toddled off home and would find him there. When she finally reached home she did not find her son, she looked for him all over the place but could not find him. She became more and more worried. She asked everyone but noone knew anything. By this time evening fell. Then the news spread that the son of the widow had fallen in the furnace of the blacksmith and had burned and died. When she heard this, she cried and wept so much that she passed out.

In her dream she saw a pure lady who told her not to be sad. The pure lady told her that she would find her child very soon. She told her to make a vow that if her son was recovered safe and sound from the blacksmith's furnace that she would listen to the event of Janab e Sayeeda. The widow at once made the vow to listen to the event of Janab e Sayeeda. When the widow opened her eyes she saw her son coming to her playing and laughing and there was no sign of burns, even his clothes were undamaged.

Allahumma salle alla mohammad waale mohammad

The goldsmith's wife in her joy went to the market to buy 2 dinar's worth of sweets and told her neighbors that her wish came true. She asked them to come to her home and tell her the event of Janab e Sayeeda. She went to 6 or 7 different houses but all the people gave her the answer that they did not such a story and they were not interested in such a useless thing. In her sadness the widow went off towards the forest. After walking a certain while she again saw the same pure lady from her dreams, who told her “lady please dont cry, put down a sheet and sit down, I will tell you the story and you can listen.” Then the pure lady started narrating the event:

In the city of Medina lived a Jewish man. His daughter was getting married. For this reason he came to the Prophet of God (S.A.W), and said “My daughter is getting married, and I wish that you would give permission that Janab e Fatima would come to my house for the wedding.” The Prophet replied that the person who is in charge of this matter is Hazrat Ali. After hearing this the Jew went to Hazrat Ali and asked that he give permission that Janab e Fatima would come to the Jew's house for his daugter's wedding. The Commander of the Faithful Imam Ali replied that the person who is in charge of this matter is Janab e Fatima herself.

After this the Jew went to the home of Janab e Fatima and at the door said “O daughter of prophet, my daughter is getting married, if you come to the wedding my honor will be greatly increased.” Janab e Fatima replied that if Hazrat Ali allows then she would be willing to go. The Jew replied that he had been to both the Prophet of Allah and the Lion of Allah Hazrat Ali and they both had no objections and told me that it was up to you. After hearing this Janab e Fatima was pondering over the matter. During this time the Prophet of Allah came to see Janab e Fatima. Janab e Sayeeda asked her father what she should do over the matter, to attend the wedding ceremony or not to attend the wedding ceremony. The prophet said to his daughter that this is your decision. Janab e Fatima replied that all her clothes were old and had rips and pathches all over them, while the women at the wedding will be dressed well in new and expensive clothing. The prophet replied that you have what you have according to the will of Allah. After hearing this the daughter of the prophet decided to go to the wedding.



As she was getting to the door of her home, fairies from heaven descended with jewelry and beautiful clothing and dressed Janab e Fatima. She headed out with her entourage of fairies surrounding her, with some walking behind her, some walking in front of her and some on her left and right side. As she headed out to the house of the Jew, her brilliant light and fragrance descended upon the wedding ceremony. Due to the powerful light and fragrance, many Jewish women fell unconscious. After a short while, the people started to wake up and gain consciousness, but the bride did not come back to consciousness. Many things were tried to reawaken her, but to no avail. Upon further analysis it was realized that her spirit had departed from her. The wedding had turned into a matam kada. Seeing this Janab e Fatima turned very sad, and then said to everyone to remain calm, the bride will wake up soon. At this point Janab e Fatima established 2 rakat prayer, and made a prayer to god “Oh God, I'm the daughter of your prophet, if the bride dies the people will say that the bride died upon the arrival of Janab e Sayeda”. No time had passed that the prayer of Janab e Sayeeda was accepted and the bride regained consciousness. Upon awakening she recited the Holy kalma and sat up.

Alla humma salle alla mohammad walla e mohmmad

She praised the Holy prophet and his Holy daughter, She then requested to Janab e Sayeeda to teach her the religion of Islam. Then the wedding ceremony gave a Janab e Sayeeda a hand maiden and 500 Jewish men, women, and children converted to Islam. Upon returning she told the event to the holy Prophet, who on hearing it thanked God for the blessings bestowed on his ahl-bayt.

At this point Janab e Sayeeda told the goldsmith's widow, that this was the first part of the story, now I will tell you the second part.

SECOND HALF

Once upon a time there lived a king in a city. One day he told his minister pack up my hunting gear. Once the minister had gathered the gear, the king and his entourage left to go to the forest. The daughter of the king and the daughter of the minister came along as well. After a long while they reached a forest, and unpacked their gear. The hunting party was tired from the long march and decided to rest and eat lunch. During this a severe tempest with furious wind struck the area where the party was gathered and people were blown miles away from each other. After the storm was over, all the people in the party gathered together and found each other, all except for the two girls. The party members searched all over the place for a long time with no sight of the two girls, the king at this point decided that the most important thing was to return to the kingdom and he left behind a smaller group to continue the search for the girls.

The two girls were in the meantime terrified and scared for being separated from their parents, and started to cry, so much so that they eventually fell asleep crying. In their sleep they saw a masked lady with a brilliant aura approach them and tell them that if they make a vow to listen to the story of Janab e Fatima after they are reunited with their parents, they will be saved. The girls upon awakening narrated the same dream to each other and decided that it must have been a true dream if both of them saw the same thing, they then made the vow to listen to the kahani.

Coincidentally after the king left, another king with his entourage arrived at the same forest for a hunt as well. This king ordered his minister to search for water, and the minister in his search for water happened upon a hill where the two girls were, and was astonished to see them. The minister reported the incident to the king and the king asked the minister to ask the girls to come with them. The girls and the king's entourage returned to this king's kingdom. The girls stayed at this king's palace for a few days, when the king sent a message to the first king that he had found the two girls in the forest. The first king upon hearing this news, immediately asked for the return of the two girls. The second king replied that wouldn't it be mutually beneficial to have the two girls married to the son of the second king and the son of the second king's minister. The first king pondered over the matter and eventually agreed. The two girls were then returned to their homes and were very happy upon meeting their parents.

Both the girls were then married, and the two brides then left in a procession with their in laws. Coincidentally one of the girl's expensive wedding gift (a vessel) was left behind and half way through the distance, the wedding party stopped to look for it. As they could not find it, the king sent a guard to go back to the girl's kingdom and bring the vessel back. The guard when he reached the palace of the girls, found it to be completely deserted with nothing there except for the expensive vessel. The guard when he approached the vessel was harassed by a snake hiding inside the vessel. Try as he might the guard could not get the snake out of the vessel. The guard then returned to the king and told him of the event. Upon hearing this the king was very surprised and angry, and said to the girls that you two are both magicians and you will be executed in the morning.

The girls upon hearing this were shocked and cried a lot, and eventually fell unconscious from the shock and worry. They thought that at one moment they are celebrating their wedding and on the next they are In their jail cell the girls were sleeping when they had another dream where the same holy lady approached them and told them that their troubles were caused by not listening to the story of janab e fatima, and they could be resolved if they completed their vows and listened to the event of janab e sayeeda. The girls responded that they had no money to buy sweets, the holy lady informed the girls that tied in the veil of the princess there was some coins they could use. Upon awakening the two girls narrated the same dreams to each other and found the coins. They somehow gathered some sweets and then listened to the event of Janab e Sayeeda.

In the morning the executioner approached the jail cell, the two girls pleaded with him that they wanted to talk to the king once again. They pleaded with the king to once again have the matter verified by sending another messenger to their kingdom. The king agreed to this request and when the messenger arrived at the girls' parents kingdom, he found everything back to normal. The king at this kingdom gave the precious vessel to the messenger and the messenger reported everything back to his king. The king then questioned the girls as to what this miracle was. The girls narrated and told them about their unfulfilled vow and how they had completed it. The king beleived the two girls with full heart and vowed that he himself would listen to event of janab e sayeeda. He then ordered that the two girls be brought back to their kingdom with the utmost respect and comfort.

After narrating this story, the noble lady who was narrating the event to the goldsmith's widow disappeared.

After the widow returned back to her town, she saw that all the people who had thought the story was rubbish or had denied the request of the widow to listen to it were afflicted by various maladies and their homes were on fire.

How the wishes of the widow were granted, may Allah grant your wishes as well.

Alla humma salle alla mohammad waale mohammad

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Posted 04 April 2010 - 07:10 PM

One famous event about some Arab city, there lived the widow of a goldsmith who had only one son. One day when the widow went to the well to get water, her son went along with her. The widow left her little boy close to the well and began to fill her water bucket. Along side the well lived a blacksmith with a furnace in his shop. The little boy was playing in the area of the well and went off away from it towards the furnace while his mother was getting the water. When the widow filled her vessel with water she headed home, she expected that her child had toddled off home and would find him there. When she finally reached home she did not find her son, she looked for him all over the place but could not find him. She became more and more worried. She asked everyone but no one knew anything. By this time evening fell. Then the news spread that the little boy had fallen in the furnace of the blacksmith and had burned and died. When she heard this, she cried and wept so much that she passed out.

In her dream she saw a pure lady who told her not to be sad. The pure lady told her that she would find her child very soon. She told her to make a vow that if her son was recovered safe and sound from the blacksmith's furnace that she would listen to the event of Janab e Sayeeda. The widow at once made the vow to listen to the event of Janab e Sayeeda. When the widow opened her eyes she saw her son coming to her playing and laughing and there was no sign of burns, even his clothes were undamaged.

Allahumma salle alla mohammad waale mohammad

The goldsmith's wife in her joy went to the market to buy 2 dinar's worth of sweets and told her neighbors that her wish came true. She asked them to come to her home and tell her the event of Janab e Sayeeda. She went to 6 or 7 different houses but all the people gave her the answer that they did not know such a story and they were not interested in such a useless thing. In her sadness the widow went off towards the forest. After walking a certain distance she again saw the same masked pure lady from her dreams, who told her “lady please dont cry, put down a sheet and sit down, I will tell you the story and you can listen.” Then the pure lady started narrating the event:

In the city of Medina lived a Jewish man. His daughter was getting married. For this reason he came to the Prophet of God (S.A.W), and said “My daughter is getting married, and I wish that you would give permission that Janab e Fatima would come to my house for the wedding.” The Prophet replied that the person who is in charge of this matter is Hazrat Ali. After hearing this the Jew went to Hazrat Ali and asked that he give permission that Janab e Fatima would come to the Jew's house for his daughter's wedding. The Commander of the Faithful Imam Ali replied that the person who is in charge of this matter is Janab e Fatima herself.

After this the Jew went to the home of Janab e Fatima and at the door said “O daughter of prophet, my daughter is getting married, if you come to the wedding my honor will be greatly increased.” Janab e Fatima replied that if Hazrat Ali allows then she would be willing to go. The Jew replied that he had been to both the Prophet of Allah and the Lion of Allah Hazrat Ali and they both had no objections and told me that it was up to you. After hearing this Janab e Fatima was pondering over the matter. During this time the Prophet of Allah came to see Janab e Fatima. Janab e Sayeeda asked her father what she should do over the matter, to attend the wedding ceremony or not to attend the wedding ceremony. The prophet said to his daughter that this is your decision. Janab e Fatima replied that all her clothes were old and had rips and patches all over them, while the women at the wedding will be dressed well in new and expensive clothing. The prophet replied that you have what you have according to the will of Allah. After hearing this the daughter of the prophet decided to go to the wedding.



As she was getting to the door of her home, fairies from heaven descended with jewelry and beautiful clothing and dressed Janab e Fatima. She headed out with her entourage of fairies surrounding her, with some walking behind her, some walking in front of her and some on her left and right side. As she headed out to the house of the Jew, her brilliant light and fragrance descended upon the wedding ceremony. Due to the powerful light and fragrance, many Jewish women fell unconscious. After a short while, the people started to wake up and gain consciousness, but the bride did not come back to consciousness. Many things were tried to reawaken her, but to no avail. Upon further analysis it was realized that her spirit had departed from her. The wedding had turned into a matam kada. Seeing this Janab e Fatima turned very sad, and then said to everyone to remain calm, the bride will wake up soon. At this point Janab e Fatima established 2 rakat prayer, and made a prayer to god “Oh God, I'm the daughter of your prophet, if the bride dies the people will say that the bride died upon the arrival of Janab e Sayeda”. No time had passed that the prayer of Janab e Sayeeda was accepted and the bride regained consciousness. Upon awakening she recited the Holy kalma and sat up.

Alla humma salle alla mohammad walla e mohmmad

She praised the Holy prophet and his Holy daughter, She then requested to Janab e Sayeeda to teach her the religion of Islam. Then the wedding ceremony gave a Janab e Sayeeda a hand maiden and 500 Jewish men, women, and children converted to Islam. Upon returning she told the event to the holy Prophet, who on hearing it thanked God for the blessings bestowed on his ahl-bayt.

At this point Janab e Sayeeda told the goldsmith's widow, that this was the first part of the story, now I will tell you the second part.

SECOND HALF

Once upon a time there lived a king in a city. One day he told his minister pack up his hunting gear. Once the minister had gathered the gear, the king and his entourage left to go to the forest. The daughter of the king and the daughter of the minister came along as well. After a long while they reached a forest, and unpacked their gear. The hunting party was tired from the long march and decided to rest and eat lunch. Suddenly a severe tempest with furious wind struck the area where the party was gathered and people were blown miles away from each other. After the storm was over, all the people in the party gathered together and found each other, all except for the two girls. The party members searched all over the place for a long time with no sight of the two girls, the king at this point decided that the most important thing was to return to the kingdom and he left behind a smaller group to continue the search for the girls.

The two girls were in the meantime terrified and scared for being separated from their parents, and started to cry, so much so that they eventually fell asleep crying. In their sleep they saw a masked lady with a brilliant aura approach them and tell them that if they make a vow to listen to the story of Janab e Fatima after they are reunited with their parents, they will be saved. The girls upon awakening narrated the same dream to each other and decided that it must have been a true dream if both of them saw the same thing, they then made the vow to listen to the story of Janab e Fatima.

Coincidentally after the king left, another king with his entourage arrived at the same forest for a hunt as well. This king ordered his minister to search for water, and the minister in his search for water happened upon a hill where the two girls were, and was astonished to see them. The minister reported the incident to the king and the king asked the minister to ask the girls to come with them. The girls and the king's entourage returned to this king's kingdom. The girls stayed at this king's palace for a few days, when the king sent a message to the first king that he had found the two girls in the forest. The first king upon hearing this news, immediately asked for the return of the two girls. The second king replied that wouldn't it be mutually beneficial to have the two girls married to the son of the second king and the son of the second king's minister. The first king pondered over the matter and eventually agreed. The two girls were then returned to their homes and were very happy upon meeting their parents.

Both the girls were then married, and the two brides then left in a procession with their in laws. Coincidentally one of the girl's expensive wedding gift (a vessel) was left behind and half way through the journey, the wedding party stopped to look for it. As they could not find it, the king sent a guard to go back to the girl's kingdom and bring the vessel back. The guard when he reached the palace of the girls, found it to be completely deserted with nothing there except for the expensive vessel. The guard when he approached the vessel was harassed by a snake hiding inside the vessel. Try as he might the guard could not get the snake out of the vessel. The guard then returned to the king and told him of the event. Upon hearing this the king was very surprised and angry, and said to the girls that you two are both magicians and you will be executed in the morning.

The girls upon hearing this were shocked and cried a lot, and eventually fell unconscious from the shock and worry. They thought that at one moment they were celebrating their wedding and on the next they are going to be killed the next day. In their jail cell the girls were sleeping when they had another dream where the same holy lady approached them and told them that their troubles were caused by not listening to the story of Janab e Fatima, and they could be resolved if they completed their vows and listened to the event of Janab e Fatima. The girls responded that they had no money to buy sweets, the holy lady informed the girls that tied in the veil of the princess there was some coins they could use. Upon awakening the two girls narrated the same dreams to each other and found the coins. They somehow gathered some sweets and then listened to the event of Janab e Fatima.

In the morning the executioner approached the jail cell, the two girls pleaded with him that they wanted to talk to the king once again. They asked the king to once again have the matter verified by sending another messenger to their kingdom. The king agreed to this request and when the messenger arrived at the girls' parents kingdom, he found everything back to normal. The king at this kingdom gave the precious vessel to the messenger and the messenger reported everything back to his king. The king then questioned the girls as to what this miracle was. The girls narrated and told them about their unfulfilled vow and how they had completed it. The king believed the two girls wholeheartedly and vowed that he himself would listen to event of Janab e Sayeeda. He then ordered that the two girls be brought back to their kingdom with the utmost respect and comfort.

After narrating this story, the noble lady who was narrating the event to the goldsmith's widow disappeared.

After the widow returned back to her town, she saw that all the people who had thought the story was rubbish or had denied the request of the widow to listen to it were afflicted by various maladies and their homes were on fire.

How the wishes of the widow were granted, may Allah grant your wishes as well.

Alla humma salle alla mohammad waale mohammad

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Posted 28 June 2012 - 06:46 AM

Allah aapko iski jazah de...bahaut bahaut shukriya

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Posted 05 March 2013 - 06:31 AM

Salaams i wanted to ask which day should you start reciting this kahani and are you allowed to recite it alone or should you have 10 ladies gathered for 10 days everyday? Also can you read this in english instead of urdu?

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Posted 05 March 2013 - 03:47 PM

Also can you read this in english instead of urdu?


If you can read it in Urdu you can read it in any language you like. Only Arabic has religious significance.

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Posted 05 March 2013 - 05:02 PM

Salaams thank you i thought so. Also when is it recommended to start this and how should it be recited? Can i recite it alone?

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Posted 05 March 2013 - 06:16 PM

English translation by me of the story of Janab e Fatima.


One famous event about some Arab city, there lived the widow of a goldsmith who had only one son. One day when the widow water went to the well to get water, her son went along with her. The widow left her son close to the well and began to fill her water bucket. Along side the well lived a blacksmith with a furnace in his shop. The son of the goldsmith was playing in the area of well and went off away from it towards the furnace while his mother was getting the water. When the widow filled her vessel with water she headed home, she expected that her child had toddled off home and would find him there. When she finally reached home she did not find her son, she looked for him all over the place but could not find him. She became more and more worried. She asked everyone but noone knew anything. By this time evening fell. Then the news spread that the son of the widow had fallen in the furnace of the blacksmith and had burned and died. When she heard this, she cried and wept so much that she passed out.

In her dream she saw a pure lady who told her not to be sad. The pure lady told her that she would find her child very soon. She told her to make a vow that if her son was recovered safe and sound from the blacksmith's furnace that she would listen to the event of Janab e Sayeeda. The widow at once made the vow to listen to the event of Janab e Sayeeda. When the widow opened her eyes she saw her son coming to her playing and laughing and there was no sign of burns, even his clothes were undamaged.

Allahumma salle alla mohammad waale mohammad

The goldsmith's wife in her joy went to the market to buy 2 dinar's worth of sweets and told her neighbors that her wish came true. She asked them to come to her home and tell her the event of Janab e Sayeeda. She went to 6 or 7 different houses but all the people gave her the answer that they did not such a story and they were not interested in such a useless thing. In her sadness the widow went off towards the forest. After walking a certain while she again saw the same pure lady from her dreams, who told her “lady please dont cry, put down a sheet and sit down, I will tell you the story and you can listen.” Then the pure lady started narrating the event:

In the city of Medina lived a Jewish man. His daughter was getting married. For this reason he came to the Prophet of God (S.A.W), and said “My daughter is getting married, and I wish that you would give permission that Janab e Fatima would come to my house for the wedding.” The Prophet replied that the person who is in charge of this matter is Hazrat Ali. After hearing this the Jew went to Hazrat Ali and asked that he give permission that Janab e Fatima would come to the Jew's house for his daugter's wedding. The Commander of the Faithful Imam Ali replied that the person who is in charge of this matter is Janab e Fatima herself.

After this the Jew went to the home of Janab e Fatima and at the door said “O daughter of prophet, my daughter is getting married, if you come to the wedding my honor will be greatly increased.” Janab e Fatima replied that if Hazrat Ali allows then she would be willing to go. The Jew replied that he had been to both the Prophet of Allah and the Lion of Allah Hazrat Ali and they both had no objections and told me that it was up to you. After hearing this Janab e Fatima was pondering over the matter. During this time the Prophet of Allah came to see Janab e Fatima. Janab e Sayeeda asked her father what she should do over the matter, to attend the wedding ceremony or not to attend the wedding ceremony. The prophet said to his daughter that this is your decision. Janab e Fatima replied that all her clothes were old and had rips and pathches all over them, while the women at the wedding will be dressed well in new and expensive clothing. The prophet replied that you have what you have according to the will of Allah. After hearing this the daughter of the prophet decided to go to the wedding.



As she was getting to the door of her home, fairies from heaven descended with jewelry and beautiful clothing and dressed Janab e Fatima. She headed out with her entourage of fairies surrounding her, with some walking behind her, some walking in front of her and some on her left and right side. As she headed out to the house of the Jew, her brilliant light and fragrance descended upon the wedding ceremony. Due to the powerful light and fragrance, many Jewish women fell unconscious. After a short while, the people started to wake up and gain consciousness, but the bride did not come back to consciousness. Many things were tried to reawaken her, but to no avail. Upon further analysis it was realized that her spirit had departed from her. The wedding had turned into a matam kada. Seeing this Janab e Fatima turned very sad, and then said to everyone to remain calm, the bride will wake up soon. At this point Janab e Fatima established 2 rakat prayer, and made a prayer to god “Oh God, I'm the daughter of your prophet, if the bride dies the people will say that the bride died upon the arrival of Janab e Sayeda”. No time had passed that the prayer of Janab e Sayeeda was accepted and the bride regained consciousness. Upon awakening she recited the Holy kalma and sat up.

Alla humma salle alla mohammad walla e mohmmad

She praised the Holy prophet and his Holy daughter, She then requested to Janab e Sayeeda to teach her the religion of Islam. Then the wedding ceremony gave a Janab e Sayeeda a hand maiden and 500 Jewish men, women, and children converted to Islam. Upon returning she told the event to the holy Prophet, who on hearing it thanked God for the blessings bestowed on his ahl-bayt.

At this point Janab e Sayeeda told the goldsmith's widow, that this was the first part of the story, now I will tell you the second part.

SECOND HALF

Once upon a time there lived a king in a city. One day he told his minister pack up my hunting gear. Once the minister had gathered the gear, the king and his entourage left to go to the forest. The daughter of the king and the daughter of the minister came along as well. After a long while they reached a forest, and unpacked their gear. The hunting party was tired from the long march and decided to rest and eat lunch. During this a severe tempest with furious wind struck the area where the party was gathered and people were blown miles away from each other. After the storm was over, all the people in the party gathered together and found each other, all except for the two girls. The party members searched all over the place for a long time with no sight of the two girls, the king at this point decided that the most important thing was to return to the kingdom and he left behind a smaller group to continue the search for the girls.

The two girls were in the meantime terrified and scared for being separated from their parents, and started to cry, so much so that they eventually fell asleep crying. In their sleep they saw a masked lady with a brilliant aura approach them and tell them that if they make a vow to listen to the story of Janab e Fatima after they are reunited with their parents, they will be saved. The girls upon awakening narrated the same dream to each other and decided that it must have been a true dream if both of them saw the same thing, they then made the vow to listen to the kahani.

Coincidentally after the king left, another king with his entourage arrived at the same forest for a hunt as well. This king ordered his minister to search for water, and the minister in his search for water happened upon a hill where the two girls were, and was astonished to see them. The minister reported the incident to the king and the king asked the minister to ask the girls to come with them. The girls and the king's entourage returned to this king's kingdom. The girls stayed at this king's palace for a few days, when the king sent a message to the first king that he had found the two girls in the forest. The first king upon hearing this news, immediately asked for the return of the two girls. The second king replied that wouldn't it be mutually beneficial to have the two girls married to the son of the second king and the son of the second king's minister. The first king pondered over the matter and eventually agreed. The two girls were then returned to their homes and were very happy upon meeting their parents.

Both the girls were then married, and the two brides then left in a procession with their in laws. Coincidentally one of the girl's expensive wedding gift (a vessel) was left behind and half way through the distance, the wedding party stopped to look for it. As they could not find it, the king sent a guard to go back to the girl's kingdom and bring the vessel back. The guard when he reached the palace of the girls, found it to be completely deserted with nothing there except for the expensive vessel. The guard when he approached the vessel was harassed by a snake hiding inside the vessel. Try as he might the guard could not get the snake out of the vessel. The guard then returned to the king and told him of the event. Upon hearing this the king was very surprised and angry, and said to the girls that you two are both magicians and you will be executed in the morning.

The girls upon hearing this were shocked and cried a lot, and eventually fell unconscious from the shock and worry. They thought that at one moment they are celebrating their wedding and on the next they are In their jail cell the girls were sleeping when they had another dream where the same holy lady approached them and told them that their troubles were caused by not listening to the story of janab e fatima, and they could be resolved if they completed their vows and listened to the event of janab e sayeeda. The girls responded that they had no money to buy sweets, the holy lady informed the girls that tied in the veil of the princess there was some coins they could use. Upon awakening the two girls narrated the same dreams to each other and found the coins. They somehow gathered some sweets and then listened to the event of Janab e Sayeeda.

In the morning the executioner approached the jail cell, the two girls pleaded with him that they wanted to talk to the king once again. They pleaded with the king to once again have the matter verified by sending another messenger to their kingdom. The king agreed to this request and when the messenger arrived at the girls' parents kingdom, he found everything back to normal. The king at this kingdom gave the precious vessel to the messenger and the messenger reported everything back to his king. The king then questioned the girls as to what this miracle was. The girls narrated and told them about their unfulfilled vow and how they had completed it. The king beleived the two girls with full heart and vowed that he himself would listen to event of janab e sayeeda. He then ordered that the two girls be brought back to their kingdom with the utmost respect and comfort.

After narrating this story, the noble lady who was narrating the event to the goldsmith's widow disappeared.

After the widow returned back to her town, she saw that all the people who had thought the story was rubbish or had denied the request of the widow to listen to it were afflicted by various maladies and their homes were on fire.

How the wishes of the widow were granted, may Allah grant your wishes as well.

Alla humma salle alla mohammad waale mohammad



You have GOT to be kidding me. There are more flaws with these two stories than the fingers I can count on both my hands! These are Indo-Pak tales that are the result of a cult like adherence to the Ahlul Bayt to the extent that people are willing to exaggerate and make up stories out of some irrational, over zealous passion.

First off, who is the "pure lady?" Assuming the "pure lady" is who I think it is, why did Sayeda Zahra Úáíå ÇáÓáÇã want the widow / the two girls to make a vow to listen to a random story about a Jewish wedding she attended?
When the widow returned to her town, why were other people punished for not listening to the random tale? Where is the justice in that?
What's the whole deal about purchasing sweets before listening to a kahani? That's a blatant giveaway, since this ritual is predominant in the Pak subcontinent culture.
What relevance does the story have to the miracles? What did the widow / two girls have to deserve it?
What's up with this "King 1 and King 2?!"
What's up with Sayeda Zahra Úáíå ÇáÓáÇã being the cause of the bride's death?! Why does Sayeda Zahra get dressed up in magical clothing, jewellery and fragrance just before she arrives, AT THE DOORSTEP? The entire story is contrived and senseless. Were the fairies / angels oblivious to the effects the utopian cosmetics would have on others?

I can't go on anymore, it's just too much. It's no wonder people from back home are so intellectually backward, especially when it comes to matters of religion. So shameful. My mother used to narrate this story to me with full confidence of its authenticity. It's unfortunate that no amount of reasoning will change her mind. It's unbelievably frustrating, truly.




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