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This book is an Urdu translation of Divan-e-Bahu. These are the verses related to Sufism and they possess an extensively deep meaning, which can only be rightly comprehended by saints and persons having abilities to understand spiritual subjects. All these poems have been put under the microscope to identify the genuine compositions. The source and originality of each prose has been fully probed.
Kaleed-e-Jannat Writer : Hazrat Sultan Bahu ra Language : Urdu Translation Book pages : Brief Introduction : This book is divided in eight sections in which explanations regarding spiritual recitations, meditations, spiritual attainments like fana-fi-Muhammed and Dawat-ul-Qaboor have been given.
This book is like having a kamil-murshad. It talks about the procedures of spiritual recitations zikr exclusive to the Qadria order of Sufism. The only devotee who has sincerely engraved the name of Allah in his heart can reach the truth of the divine entity.
H and Fana Fi Sheikh has been explained. The procedure of craving and meditating the name of Allah is advocated to be the master key of all problems. The immensely important recitation of Dawat-ul-qaboor has found mention in this book. Since the man bears more responsibilities than the woman, his share of inheritance is greater.
A Muslim woman enjoys all her due rights in society. In Islam, a woman is a human being, equal to man in status. She is the other half of the human entity. Protection of a Woman in Islam It is a well-known fact that the Arabian society treated women less like human beings and more like possessions of men.
They treated them like slaves and were always at the disposal of men.
They experienced immense humiliation and extreme lack of protection. Perhaps it was one of the primary reasons the Pre-Islamic era was known as the age of Jahiliya which means the period of brutality, darkness, and ignorance. Women could be inherited and moved from home to home depending on the desires and needs of their husband and his family.
They were not allowed to make decisions on anything. They had almost no rights and liberty at all. It seems that women were treated no different than pet goats or sheep.
Consequently, they had a severe fear of insecurity and the major issue for the women in Arabia society was protection. Furthermore, all barbarism and cruelty regarding marriage and divorce were ended. People used to fear that girls would bring them shame if they remained unsuccessful to guard their honour and chastity. Moreover, girls would not fight in the war, nor earned a livelihood. Alternatively, they could be held captive in the never-ending tribal encounters, and this brought shame to the whole tribe.
Also, the girls needed to be fed and clothed. Hence, they were considered an economic burden, especially during times of famine. On the other hand, a male offspring was of immense importance because they were seen as superior and likewise as the most fundamental component to be able to fight the severe desert conditions.
These were the reasons people used to bury their daughter by the time they received the news of a female child. Hiding from the people because of the evil of the tidings; 'Will he keep her with disgrace, or bury her beneath the earth? Pay heed! Very evil is the judgement they impose!
If the she-camel gave birth to a female offspring, they would not express any reproach or blame, but if a woman gave birth to a daughter, they would utter words of grief and reproach. The infidels of the tribes of Mudir, Khiza'a, and Tameem, would bury their females alive.
Unbelievers do this. A Muslim should be happier at the birth of a female child in the family so that it becomes a refutation of the act of the people of the age of ignorance.
Hence, taking the birth of a girl to be bad is a detestable custom of the heathen period. Muslims must abstain from it. In fact, they should be pleased and gratified with the promise of Allah against it. To bury a girl alive, as the Arabs did, is to kill half of humankind.
To ill-treat, humiliate or disrespect a woman is an aspect of brutality and a sign of disbelief. Almighty Allah has given mankind a position of honour. This recognition applies both to man and womanhood. Both have equal status, and God honours both. There was neither any limit on this nor restriction. In addition, it applied an obligation to maintain equality, and just behaviour with all wives or he must limit himself to only one single wife. The affair was no more left for men to act as they desire.
In the case of more than one wife, men are ordered not to be entirely inclined towards one wife while ignoring the others. He must observe justice and kindness for every wife equally.
Husbands had the full right to pawn their wives and children, beat them mercilessly and pull their hair without any restriction. Women did not have any parental rights over their children also. Wives were kept within the household just to give birth to children and to produce male offspring. Of course, in these conditions, it was essential to highlight the need for kind treatment with wives. Besides, Allah Almighty, with a very convincing argument instructs gentle treatment to the wives and not to divorce or abandon them.
It is very much possible that Allah Almighty has allocated blessings for you from your wife. He may bless you with such worthy children from her about whom you will be pleased and who will prove beneficial to you. In this way, Allah encourages husbands to treat their wives well and do not be hasty to divorce an ill-mannered wife. Principally, the position of a mother always stays same. Her dignity and status of a mother do not abolish or end ever. This system does not only end the value and status of the father, but it is naturally unacceptable in any civilized society to reduce or even eliminate the identity of the father.
Moreover, it is also natural that a man dislikes the former husband of his wife. Hence, through this obnoxious custom, the son would most likely start to detest his father rather respecting him. Lastly, such inheritance is an affront to the humanity and dignity and honour of both man and woman.
These are the few of the many reasons; such practice is believed to be very detestable.
It has been declared as immodest and atrocious, which generates immorality and hatred in the society. Rather, it established an overall sanctity of the household and society. This practice is against the Divine law. Both are entitled to inherit. Naturally, if people were allowed to accuse chaste women without definite proof, misuse of the law would become very abundant.
Many men could make such accusations of suppressing or scaring the women. Consequently, every woman would feel threatened with false charges.
Hence, Almighty Allah prescribed physical, moral and religious punishment to those who might tend to accuse a woman. Also, such devilish people who accuse chaste women are cursed by Almighty Allah. A Muslim woman in a Muslim community feels very positive and reassured. She leads her life without any fear of being accused of any life-threatening accusation. History stands witness that women were in a serious state of insecurity. Alternatively, very efficient and practical measures were introduced and enforced to guarantee the all-around protection of women in the society.