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    Aftahb got a reaction from alHussein in You should all watch this   
    Irony the person who gave this nice speech on hell-fire. Apparently he didn't really care for hell-fire. 
    (curses be upon those - who hurt Ali and Nabi in this world and hereafter)
    reason 
     
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    Aftahb got a reaction from Irfani313 in Older Wife Experience   
    i am a brother. 
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    Aftahb reacted to sidnaq in Kirdaar - Doordarshan Classic   
    Woww as long as they are halal i am willing to watch. Brother thamk you for sharing nice videos especially about thr past. It was a good time to live in ma sha Allah.
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    Aftahb got a reaction from Sindbad05 in You should all watch this   
    Irony the person who gave this nice speech on hell-fire. Apparently he didn't really care for hell-fire. 
    (curses be upon those - who hurt Ali and Nabi in this world and hereafter)
    reason 
     
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    Aftahb reacted to ZhugeLiang in White washed.   
    The correct term is coconut.
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    Aftahb reacted to YAli in White washed.   
    You have noticed this now? I think most of us on this forum knew about this situation a long time ago. There are millions of Muslims who are white washed. If we take UK, the TV show 'Eastenders' is a good example, there are some Asians in it who fit what you describe. (I don't watch eastenders by the way, I would rather be hit by a truck.) 
     
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    Aftahb got a reaction from Zebra Abbas in Nahjul Balagha   
    He is saying in order to punish someone, one must be clean himself to that degree that he is able to pardon literally on behalf of God.
    Let me take you to the famous story of the thief, whose fingers Hazrat Ali had chopped for stealing but after seeing his love for him as he went around chanting, "I have been purified by Ali, I am the most lucky man."  Hazrat Ali had put his fingers back with his hand.
     
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    Aftahb got a reaction from Hameedeh in Any duas to help overcome dreams   
    Thank you sister hameedeh! 
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    Aftahb got a reaction from momo_113 in Nahjul Balagha   
    He is saying in order to punish someone, one must be clean himself to that degree that he is able to pardon literally on behalf of God.
    Let me take you to the famous story of the thief, whose fingers Hazrat Ali had chopped for stealing but after seeing his love for him as he went around chanting, "I have been purified by Ali, I am the most lucky man."  Hazrat Ali had put his fingers back with his hand.
     
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    Aftahb reacted to Reza in A New Years Gift to You!   
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    Aftahb got a reaction from starlight in Seperated   
    Bad decision. Man by nature is polygamous but he hid which was wrong. Don't leave him, a future without a husband and a father for kids isn't really future. Come to fair terms and don't get your brother into this mess (only your parents and his parents should be middle person) and stop humiliating your husband. 
    Good luck! 
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    Aftahb got a reaction from SSB1910 in Seperated   
    Bad decision. Man by nature is polygamous but he hid which was wrong. Don't leave him, a future without a husband and a father for kids isn't really future. Come to fair terms and don't get your brother into this mess (only your parents and his parents should be middle person) and stop humiliating your husband. 
    Good luck! 
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    Aftahb got a reaction from Hameedeh in Wiladat Mobarak !   
    Remembering Mirza Ghalib on his 218th birth anniversary  
    aate hain ghaib se ye mazaameen khayaal mein,
    ‘Ghalib’, sareer-e-Khaama nawa-e-sarosh hai.
    When mysteriously topics or subjects come in ones thoughts,
    Then the sound made by the pen, resonates like the voice or sound of angels
     
    Lost in the Chaos of Chandni Chowk, Mirza Ghalib’s 300-Year-Old Haveli is a Forgotten Treasure 
    Down a quiet Ballimaran lane in Delhi’s Chandni Chowk stands a haveli like many others in this historic part of the Indian capital. An old dilapidated structure with a semi-circular brick arch as its entrance, this mansion was once home to Mirza Asadullah Khan, better known as Ghalib, one of India’s most celebrated and quoted Urdu poets.

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    Ghalib was born to Mirza Abdullah Beg in December 1797 in Agra. His father died when he was hardly five years old and his childhood was spent with his uncle who passed away when Ghalib was eight, and mostly his aunts. Married in 1810 at the age of 13 to Umrao Begum, Ghalib soon left his birth city Agra for Delhi, a city where he lived until his death in 1869.
    The haveli was presented to Ghalib by a hakim (traditional physician) who was an ardent fan of his poetry. It was here that Ghalib wrote some of his finest ghazals and recited them to a huge audience every evening. After Ghalib’s death in 1869, the crestfallen hakim who had presented the havelito Ghalib would go and sit there for hours every evening refusing to let anyone occupy it.
    The government took possession of the haveli in 1964 but soon auctioned it to one Mohammed Ali Farooqi whose bid was the highest at ₹ 22,400. He rented it out to tenants but a few years later he died without leaving a legal heir to the property. Since then, the haveli has changed multiple hands, from being the poet’s abode to a coal store, a small manufacturing unit, to a baraat ghar (wedding hall). In 1999, a part of the haveli was finally acquired and restored by the Delhi government.
    Ghalib ki Haveli
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    Now a heritage site under the aegis of the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI), the memorial museum displays the objects and other things used during those times to make it look like the actual dwelling of the poet. As soon as one enters, a huge portrait of Ghalib’s couplets in his own handwriting can be seen hung on the sidewall. Further ahead, the couplets of Ustaad Zauq, Abu Zafar, Momin Khan Momin, and other noted contemporaries of Ghalib have been creatively arranged in the vast collage.
    Another wall sheds some light on Ghalib’s personal favorites. While his trademark ‘baalon wali lambi topi’ and ‘lamba kurta’ are listed as among his favorite attire, a chart shows Ghalib’s favourite dishes – taley hue kabab, bhuna gosht, sohan halwa, aam ka achaar and dal murabba. There is also list mentioning activities he took an avid interest in like patangbaazi (kite flying), chausar (cross and circle board game that originated in ancient India) and shatranj (chess).
    Ghalib ki Haveli
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    The only room with a door, set slightly aside from the rest of the haveli, features a large frame with Ghalib’s last ever taken photograph. On either side of the room hung various ageing pictures and portraits of Ghalib during his lifetime. Apart from his hand-written books on display, there are collections of Ghalib’s letters, translated couplets, a life-size replica of Ghalib with a hookah and curiously, utensils of Ghalib’s time.
    Other highlights of this haveli include the original sandstone floors, wooden gateway entrance, the Mughal lakhori (kiln-fired) bricks and the chhajjas (overhanging eaves)within the courtyard.

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    Ghalib lived during an age of tumult and transformation in Indian history. His diary kept during the revolt of 1857 presents a personal record of the events that shook and ravaged the capital. In a letter (English translation) to a friend on Nov. 13, 1864, Ghalib writes,
    Mirza Ghalib
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    Ghalib also witnessed the decline of Mughal Empire and the establishment of British colonial rule in India. This makes his haveli not just a living memory of the poet but a standing testimonial to a bygone era. Renowned poet and lyricist, Gulzar, immortalized the character and life of Ghalib’s haveli in his beautifully written verse:
    A heritage site that offers you an insight into the legendary poet’s life and times, Ghalib’s haveli is open throughout the day, but the best time to visit would be in the morning. Go explore, and read out some verses from the walls to your special one.
    Where Gali Qasim Jaan, Ballimaran, Chandni Chowk, Delhi
    Nearest Metro Stop Chawri bazaar
    Time 9 am to 5 pm (Monday closed)
     
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    Aftahb got a reaction from haideriam in wiladte hazrat payambar essa massi (a) Mobarak!   
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    Aftahb reacted to h.ser in Shabe Yalda Mobarak!!!   
    Thanks to remember us...
     
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    Aftahb got a reaction from Hameedeh in I Want To Take My Hijab Off? Advice Please?!   
    That guy had it..
    You should nvr feel scared. be bold.. u should ve said nah im married. Also Next time wear a ring in ur "wedding" finger,. No one will bother you. If ppl still come after u . do add u ve 3 children. slm
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    Aftahb got a reaction from Sumayyeh in Farsi (Only) Noha / Latmiyya   
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