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netwiz87

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  • Birthday 07/16/1987

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  1. Can somebody post the complete text of this munajaat b madad kijiye dam e imdad haiya ameeral momineen faryad hai mubtla e gham dil e nashaad haimunharif charkh e sitam eejaad haiye zamana barsare bedaad haiaap par roshan meri rudad hai ab madad kijiye... hai madad ka waqt ya shah e najafek taraf me hu zamana ek tarfdijiye maula sadaye latahaqjaan e sheere muft hoti hai talab Please edit any mistakes
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    Resources.

    http://vsgoi.blogspot.in/ Informative and well researched blog about azadari in India and adjoining countries Tazia, the most important icon of Muharram ceremonies, is also an example of a unique craft with deep roots in the historical and cultural milieu of India. Prepared as a replica of Imam Hussain’s shrine at Karbala, thousands of tazias in various shapes and sizes are taken out as an integral part of Muharram processions.History behindThe word "tazia" is a derivative of an Arabic word "taziat" meaning 'condolence.' According to Hollister 'the custom of carrying these models of Hussain's tomb is said to date from the time of Timur (d. 808 A.H./1405 A.D.), who brought such a miniature tomb back from Karbala, later called the tazia.' Scholars agree on the origin of the tazia rituals in India, but differ on whether Timur had the zarih (the miniature model) built on order, or had it brought from Karbala.The practice and rituals of commemorating the tragedy of Karbala spread with the expansion of Islam in India. As the people adopted Islam and started to commemorate the martyrdom of Imam and his companions at Karbala, they established their own traditions of azadari (performances of all the Muharram rituals in general in which taziadari is one of the most significant aspects ) according to their diverse cultures. Read more on the link at top
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    Azadari

    This is a nice, informative and well referenced blog about azadari practices in India and adjoining countries http://vsgoi.blogspot.in/ Tazia, the most important icon of Muharram ceremonies, is also an example of a unique craft with deep roots in the historical and cultural milieu of India. Prepared as a replica of Imam Hussain’s shrine at Karbala, thousands of tazias in various shapes and sizes are taken out as an integral part of Muharram processions. History behind The word "tazia" is a derivative of an Arabic word "taziat" meaning 'condolence.' According to Hollister 'the custom of carrying these models of Hussain's tomb is said to date from the time of Timur (d. 808 A.H./1405 A.D.), who brought such a miniature tomb back from Karbala, later called the tazia.' Scholars agree on the origin of the tazia rituals in India, but differ on whether Timur had the zarih (the miniature model) built on order, or had it brought from Karbala. The practice and rituals of commemorating the tragedy of Karbala spread with the expansion of Islam in India. As the people adopted Islam and started to commemorate the martyrdom of Imam and his companions at Karbala, they established their own traditions of azadari (performances of all the Muharram rituals in general in which taziadari is one of the most significant aspects ) according to their diverse cultures. Read more on http://vsgoi.blogspot.in/
  4. Dear Sister Zainab Can you help me with an istikhara?? Regards Syed Waheb
  5. Brother are you sure about this 60 days fast thing???? I think i will have to fast for 60 days if thisis backed by some marja's opininion
  6. can please someone tell me how can a shia ulema be contacted for a taweez
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