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#1 Kazim Malik

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Posted 19 March 2009 - 09:07 PM

Happy Nauroze.

If we study the arrival of Hazrat e Wali ul Asr ajtfs,, in some we find that it will be Nauroze, some say it will be aashura, some say it will be Friday.

So today is Friday and Nauroze. The time of Tehveel is 4-45 pm Pakistan Time.

Let us all pray to Almighty that let it be the day of Zuhoor e Muqaddas of our Imam ajtfs.

Especially at the time of Tehvil, we all should pray for Zuhoor.

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Posted 20 March 2009 - 12:37 AM

Happy Nawroz Kazim bro!


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Feast of Noroz in Islam

By: Zaynab Muhammad

Noroz, beginning of Persian year, is Eid Day, a day of great happiness and pleasure. It falls on March 21 and is celebrated throughout the Muslim world.

Holy Prophet Hazret Muhammad (S)’s sixth infallible descendant Hazret Imam Jafer Sadiq (as) told one of his companions Moalla bin Khonays about Eid of Noroz:

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“Certainly the day of Noroz is the day when holy Prophet Hazret Muhammad (S) in Ghadeer-e-Khomm took oath from people for wilayat (mastership) of Amir-ol Mo’mineen Hazret Ali ibne Abi Talib (as) (saying Mann Kuntu Maulahu fa haa za Aliyunn Maulahu ‘whomsoever I am master Ali is his master’) … this is the day when Hazrat Ali Mortaza (as) became victor over people of Neherwan … and it is the day when Qaim-e-Ahli Bayt (Hazret Imam Mehdi (as)) will reappear.”

There is a tradition in Bihar-ul Anwaar:

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Mansour, the second Abbassid caliph, had asked the seventh Imam Hazret Imam Mousa bin Jafar Al-Kazem (as) to take seat so that people may present him Noroz greetings and gifts.

Seyed b. Taous, a great intellectual, wrote regarding Noroz that the start of universe was done on this day.

Ibne Fahd Hilli says:

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“Noroz day is a valuable day, a day of grand status.”

In Tehzeeb Al-Ahkaam (Tusi), Mann la yah-zorhu al-faqih (Sheikh Saddoq), Al-Kafi (Sheikh Kolayni), there are a number of traditions which highlight importance and significance of Noroz.

Haj Sheikh Abbas Qommi writes in Mafateeh-ul Jinan Aamaal of Eid-e-Noroz which were taught to Moalla bin Khonays by Hazret Imam Jafar Saiq (as).

Imam said the Aamaal are:
Take shower,
Wear clean outfit,
Perfume yourself,
Keep fast, and
A four-rak’at prayer.

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Posted 20 March 2009 - 01:55 AM

NOWROZ MUBARAK TO ALL.

NEED FURTHER DETAILS ON "NOWROZ". Please provide.


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Posted 20 March 2009 - 03:13 AM

(salam) (bismillah)
Noroz mobarak to everybody.
I hope you all will have a nice year with Allahs blessings sorrounding Inshallah

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Posted 20 March 2009 - 03:17 AM

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Happy new Year

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Posted 20 March 2009 - 03:20 AM

Happy Norooz. :)

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Posted 20 March 2009 - 03:57 AM

NOWROZ MUBARAK TO ALL.

NEED FURTHER DETAILS ON "NOWROZ". Please provide.


Nawroz topic discussed

Read my reply on Nawroz in Afghanistan.

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Posted 20 March 2009 - 07:11 AM

Happy Nawroz Kazim bro!
Feast of Noroz in Islam

By: Zaynab Muhammad

Noroz, beginning of Persian year, is Eid Day, a day of great happiness and pleasure. It falls on March 21 and is celebrated throughout the Muslim world.

Holy Prophet Hazret Muhammad (S)’s sixth infallible descendant Hazret Imam Jafer Sadiq (as) told one of his companions Moalla bin Khonays about Eid of Noroz:

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“Certainly the day of Noroz is the day when holy Prophet Hazret Muhammad (S) in Ghadeer-e-Khomm took oath from people for wilayat (mastership) of Amir-ol Mo’mineen Hazret Ali ibne Abi Talib (as) (saying Mann Kuntu Maulahu fa haa za Aliyunn Maulahu ‘whomsoever I am master Ali is his master’) … this is the day when Hazrat Ali Mortaza (as) became victor over people of Neherwan … and it is the day when Qaim-e-Ahli Bayt (Hazret Imam Mehdi (as)) will reappear.”

There is a tradition in Bihar-ul Anwaar:

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Mansour, the second Abbassid caliph, had asked the seventh Imam Hazret Imam Mousa bin Jafar Al-Kazem (as) to take seat so that people may present him Noroz greetings and gifts.


^These narrations are weak.



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The 'Nowroz' is not established as the day of Sharai (Islamic) Eid.


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Ayatullah Saeed al-Hakeem.


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Edited by Jondab_Azdi, 20 March 2009 - 07:15 AM.


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Posted 20 March 2009 - 08:28 AM

NOWROZ-E-AALAM

Date : Friday, March 20, 2009
Time : 4:45pm to 5:00pm Pakistan Time
Food : While Sweet/Mithai, Milk, Rice, etc.
Sadqaat : Durr-e-Najaf, Rice, White Cloth, etc.
Recitation : 1) 329 times Ya Zuljalal-e-Wal-Ikraam
2) Dua-e-Salamati-e-Imam-e-Zamana ASWS AJTFS

Celebrating Nawroz

The Muslim community is blessed with having multiple “new years” throughout the year, in which we have the opportunity to take account of our actions and make a change in our lives. These occasions include the beginning of the Islamic new year – the 1st of Muharram which signals the true Islamic new year (rather than 1st January); the Night of Qadr during the Month of Ramadhan which signifies the spiritual New Year in which the affairs of the entire following year are decreed and the third is Nawrooz – the ‘New Day’ - which signals the beginning of spring and a change in seasons – a time which should also reflect a change and a rebirth within our selves.

What do our scholars say about this day and its importance? Ayatullah al-Uzma Makarim Shirazi, in his recent publication, Mafaatih al-Naveen (an updated version of Mafaatih al-Jinaan of Shaykh Abbas Qummi), writes: “In regards to what Islam has to say about Eid-e-Nowrooz, we must state that amongst the scholars, this Eid is debated. Some of the traditions point to the importance of this day as one in which many nations were saved (from perils).”

He goes on to state that, “The Late Allamah Majlisi writes in Zad al-Ma‘aad that, “From a reliable chain of narrators from Mu‘alla ibne Janis it has been narrated that on the day of Nowrooz, he was blessed to be in the presence of Imam as-Sadiq . The Imam asked, “Do you know the status of this day?” Mu‘alla replied, “May I be sacrificed for your sake! This is the day which the Iranians took as a great day. On this day, they send gifts to one another.” The Imam replied, “The act of holding this day in esteem and greatness is due to certain historical events which took place which I will now explain to you.” The Imam then mentioned the following events: Nowrooz is the day when Allah, the High, took the promise from the souls of all human beings (before their creation) to His oneness, that they would not associate partners with Him and that they would accept and believe in His Prophets and Imams; this is also the day when the flood during the time of Prophet Nuh subsided and the ark rested on the mountain of Joodi; Nowrooz is also the day when the Messenger of Allah destroyed the idols of the polytheists of the Quraish in the city of Makkah. This was also the day that Prophet Ibrahim destroyed the idols; also the day when the Messenger of Allah ordered his companions to pledge allegiance to Ali as the Commander of the Faithful (this is in reference to the Day of Ghadeer which took place on the Eid-e-Nowrooz); it is also the day when the Qa’im from Aale Muhammad (the 12th Imam) will make his advent…”

However, Ayatullah Makarim Shirazi cautions that, “Since Mu‘alla ibne Janis is an individual whom the scholars question (and thus this tradition as well falls under question), for this reason, it is not possible to rely on this tradition.” None the less, he states that this day has Islamic significance, which we need to ensure is marked in an Islamic fashion. He concludes by stating that the Eid-e-Nowrooz is an Eid of nature in the world of creation; it is the day when winter ends and spring blossoms with its natural life by the command of Allah. It is the time when the leaves of the trees begin to sprout their buds and the flowers begin to bring forth their bulbs in preparation of their blooming; it is a time when a movement towards life takes hold of all of creation and thus we, the believers, should be in harmony with this event of the creation as this is equivalent to being in sync with the tradition (Sunnat) of Allah.

The believers need to ensure that they remove all actions which are ‘cultural’ or ‘traditional’ – even if practiced by Muslims, and to follow the dictates of the Prophet and the Imams. Thus, some of the recommend actions which we should perform on this day include: a ghusl for Eid; wearing clean clothes; applying perfume; fasting, praying the recommended Salat after Salaatul Asr and the various supplications which should be read on this day, some of which are found in Mafaatih al-Jinaan [The Prayer’s Almanac in English by PET] and Mafaatih al-Naveen.

Aamaal of Eid-e-Nawroz

(1) Have a bath.
(2) Put on new or clean clothes and apply perfume.
(3) Keep fast.
(4) Pray a 4-Rakat Namaz, after the Zuhar and Asar Prayers, as under:
-In the first Rakat after the recitation of Sura-e-Fateha, recite Sura-e-Qadar 10 times.
-In the second Rakat, after the recitation of Sura-e-Fateha, recite Sura-e-Kafiroon 10 times.
-In the third Rakat, after the recitation of Sura-e-Fateha, recite Sura-e-Ikhlaas 10 times.
-In the fourth Rakat, after the recitation of Sura-e-Fateha, recite Sura-e-Falak 10 times, and Sura-e-Naas 10 times.

After the Salaam go into Sajdah and recite the following Dua:
O Allah send Thy “the best” blessings on Muhammad and on his children, the chosen successors, and on all Thy Prophets and Messengers; also glorify them with Thy “the best” commendations; and in addition sanctify their bodies and souls. O Allah multiply Thy blessings send on Muhammad and on the children of Muhammad, and give us more and more in this day, which has been rendered superior, chosen for bestowing bounties, distinguished, and whose superabundant generosity is deemed very important. O Allah multiply Thy blessings for me in the bounties Thou bestows on me, through it, till I do not have to flatter any one else other than Thee, and add more and more to my means of livelihood, O the Owner of might and majesty! O Allah let it not be that what has been escaping me may also render Thy support and protection unavailable, and let it not be that which I have lost may also make me miss sorely Thy help, so that I may not take pains in the matter of that which I do not need, O Owner of might and majesty.

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Posted 20 March 2009 - 10:20 AM

(bismillah)

Nawroz Mubarak to everyone.

Wassalam.

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Posted 20 March 2009 - 10:28 AM

(salam)

Someone has posted the text of the reply from Ayt. Khamenie in this post : http://www.shiachat....=...ost&p=65358
""Bismihi Ta`ala

No reliable text (hadeeth) has been specifically transmitted about the day of Nurooz as being an Islamic religious festival or one of the blessed days in Islamic law, however, there is no problem in celebrating it and visiting each other.""

by Ayt khamenei at istiftaa@wilayah.org

Edited by Alhumdolilllah, 20 March 2009 - 10:30 AM.


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Posted 20 March 2009 - 07:52 PM

^These narrations are weak.



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http://www.al-khoei....ndex.php?id=339


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The 'Nowroz' is not established as the day of Sharai (Islamic) Eid.


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Ayatullah Saeed al-Hakeem.


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http://arabic.bayyna...was/fikr150.htm


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I can read Arabic texts, but only can understand around 3 % of it. Translations plz?

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Posted 20 March 2009 - 11:21 PM

Did anyone jump over the fire?

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Posted 21 March 2009 - 01:36 AM

Did anyone jump over the fire?


no it is a tradition for the last wednesday of the year , Chaharsahnbe Sori .
nowadays it got so peril , the youth use explosive things , we have any year some bad events and some burn with them . I never go out :Hijabi:

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Posted 21 March 2009 - 01:42 AM

Happy Nauroze.

If we study the arrival of Hazrat e Wali ul Asr ajtfs,, in some we find that it will be Nauroze, some say it will be aashura, some say it will be Friday.

So today is Friday and Nauroze. The time of Tehveel is 4-45 pm Pakistan Time.

Let us all pray to Almighty that let it be the day of Zuhoor e Muqaddas of our Imam ajtfs.

Especially at the time of Tehvil, we all should pray for Zuhoor.

(bismillah)

I have been asked by someone who is shia also that we aleays follow the islamic calender on each occasion then why do we celeberate 21 March as Navroz

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Posted 21 March 2009 - 01:52 AM

Eid-e-Nauroz Mubarak to all

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Posted 21 March 2009 - 07:16 PM

(bismillah)

I have been asked by someone who is shia also that we aleays follow the islamic calender on each occasion then why do we celeberate 21 March as Navroz


I think most of us follow more than one calenders. For example in Pakistan, read any newspaper title page and title block, you will find three different calenders;
Islamic
Eesvi
Bikrami

Many cities celebrate 18th Jaith ( Bikrami calender month) as Aashura. I Northern areas like Skardu and Gilgit, people also celebrate 10th Har as Aashura.

This is in addition to 10th Moharram which is observed with full force.

Nauroze is the day (according to the Iranian calender) when Maula ameer e Kainat sua was CROWNED as the King of the universe. we do find some ahadith about Nauroze. So there is no harm if any body celebrates it. After all it is based upon his love for Maula sua.

LOVE IS NEVER PENALISED



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Posted 24 March 2009 - 05:10 AM

Happy Nauroze.

If we study the arrival of Hazrat e Wali ul Asr ajtfs,, in some we find that it will be Nauroze, some say it will be aashura, some say it will be Friday.

So today is Friday and Nauroze. The time of Tehveel is 4-45 pm Pakistan Time.

Let us all pray to Almighty that let it be the day of Zuhoor e Muqaddas of our Imam ajtfs.

Especially at the time of Tehvil, we all should pray for Zuhoor.

(bismillah)
nauroze is just eid of persia>
not islamic history not eid



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