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Listen Recitation (Tilawat) of Holy Quran With Urdu Translation in MP3/AMR Format on Your Mobile

Listen Complete Holy Quran With Urdu Translation in MP3 Format on your mobile.

Recitation: Qari Wahid Zafar Qasmi

Translation By: Maulana Fateh Muhammad Jalundhri

Voice: Shamshad Ali Khan

Click here to download Holy Quran and its translation in MP3 format.

You can also download complete Holy Quran recitation in AMR Format.

Recited By: Sheikh Meshary Bin Rashid Al-Afasy

Click here to download Holy Quran in AMR format.

Tip: Right click the file and select "Save Target As". A dialogue box will appear select the desired location and click “Save”.

Classification of Diseases on the Basis of Causes in Colour Therapy

According to Colour Therapy, all the diseases can be classified on the basis of causes of diseases into two groups:

A) Diseases Resulting from Our Living Style: When we live in dark, congested, unhygienic and unfavorable atmosphere, our body becomes a target of disease of all sorts.

B) Diseases Resulting from Our Thinking Pattern: Diseases due to dubiety, uncertainty and whimsical approach of thinking, i.e., our emotional attitude, mental tension, strain, materialistic approach, insecurity and our ignorance about the spiritual knowledge are causes of these types of diseases.

As is clear, if any one interested in living a disease free life he should take care of his life style and his thinking pattern in the light of above mentioned discussion.

Introduction of Colour Therapy

colour therapyMan always struggled to lead a healthy and disease free life. This struggle resulted in development of various Philosophies and therapeutic systems. These include but are not limited to Allopathy, Homeopathy, Acupuncture, Biochemic, Ayurvedic, Aromatherapy and Colour Therapy.  As here we are interested in Colour Therapy, further discussion will be limited to Colour Therapy.

The sunlight is an unending source of energy and is vital for flora and fauna of planet earth. Besides, the sunlight plays very important role in food chain of our ecosystem through photosynthesis.

The sunlight is composed of seven colours. Every man uses these colours according to his taste and temperament for creative or destructive purposes. When these lights (colours)  are used for destructive designs, they produce such a poison, which impedes the construction and the life giving effects of these lights (colours) are destroyed.

Curative rate of Colour Therapy is more than any other therapeutic system so far discovered, tested and tried in the history of mankind. Colour Therapy gives best results in treating heart problems, asthma, malaria and fevers, pneumonia, sore eyes and other infections and ailments of eyes.

Colour Therapy gives miraculous results in burning cases. The burning sensation in the burnt part of the body comes to an end in minutes.

In short Colour Therapy is one of the best therapeutic system mankind has ever devised.

Free Quran (Arabic Only) in Usmani Font for Your Java - Enabled Mobile Device

Quran_N70Have you searched the cyber world to get the Quran in Usmani font for your mobile device and are feeling disappointed because of available choices, Look no further. You have come to the right place.

I am a big fan of Usmani font. Its very easy to read Quran in this font. A screen shot of the Quran is given to the left, so that you can have a taste of application before downloading.

The download is free. Click here to download the complete Holy Quran in Arabic for Java-enabled phones. This application does not require Arabic support. 

I have tried to search the developer of this java application but could not able to find.


// Note: Kindly pray for the developer of this application and me.

How to Meditate – A Guide to Beginner

HQBA_3What is Meditation?

Meditation is basically an exercise of concentration. In Sufi tradition, Meditation is the name of that exercise by the help of which a person is able to enter in the realm of unseen world and he is able to gain the knowledge of his Ego, Self or Soul.

Meditation in the Sufi way, in the modern times, has been reintroduced by the great sage of this age, His Divine Grace Qalander Baba Auliya and his very able student, Alshiekh Khwaja Shamsuddin Azeemi, who has established a chain of Muraqba Halls (Meditation Centres) in 80 major cities of the world to cater the growing demand of the people. People who desire Abba Jeeto learn that fabulous science of meditation, which no other system of mysticism has offered so far, come there and benefit themselves.

Benefits of Meditation:

Actual purpose of meditation is gnosis of Self/Creator. But it can also help you in developing paranormal abilities like telepathy, clairvoyance, etc.

It also have some benefits which might be of interest to an average busy individual of present age like marked improvement of memory, and enhanced ability of concentration on a given task. Peace of mind and a sense of mystical enlightenment. It also enables you to cope with the worries of modern industrial age.

Meditation has also its therapeutic effects. It is an ideal therapy for people suffering from insomnia. There are meditation techniques which can be employed to cure depression, anxiety, high blood pressure, low blood pressure, leukemia, cancer and other diseases.

Technique of Meditation:

When meditating, it is very important to get relaxed and comfortable. You can adopt any sitting position in which you feel comfortable provided your spine is erect and straight and there is no stiffness in the body. My favourite position is sitting cross-legged.

After sitting in your favourite position concentrate on blue lights coming form the sky and are being absorbed in your mind. But be cautious do not try to see blue light with closed eyes. This is not the aim of meditation.

This is considered an ideal exercise for beginner. It will strengthen your nervous system and will enhance peace of mind. It also prepares the mediator for advanced meditation techniques.

15 to 20 minutes meditation is recommended for beginners. Best time for meditation is before the sunrise and after the sunset especially before going to bed.

Three Facets of Deen (Islam) Part 2

Second facet of Islam is Iman (faith). Generally, translators translate Iman as faith or belief. This translation is incomplete and leave out its important connotation. Iman is derived from root which means to be secure, safe, and tranquil. Hence literal sense of Iman is to render secure, safe, calm and free from fear. This imply that by faith in Allah, one becomes secure from error and rooted in truth. Actually Iman is a step in the direction of certainty.

Notice in the quoted hadith, our beloved Prophet (Peace Be Upon Him) repeated the word faith in definition itself. It means that here meaning of faith is not an issue, but rather objects of faith. Philosophers, proponents of Kalam and Sufis explore this aspect of Deen (Islam), but this is outside the scope of Jurist. A Philosopher explores this field with the help of pure reason (aql) without prophetic intervention. On the other hand, specialist of Kalam gives primacy to revelation, although he interpret it in rational terms. Whereas a Sufi agrees with specialist of Kalam that revelation has to play the primary role but unlike specialist of Kalam he stresses that to gain the full understanding of revealed texts a direct knowledge from Allah is necessary. This direct knowledge is given various names, like kashaf (unveiling), shuhud (witnessing), baseera (insight) etc.

The third facet of Deen (Islam) is Ihsan (virtue). Ihsan is derived from the root which means beautiful and good. Thus Ihsan means to accomplish what is beautiful and good, to do something perfectly and to gain perfect and virtuous qualities.

State of Ihsan can be achieved by following the Prophet’s (Peace Be Upon Him) advice, “worship (or serving) Allah as if you are seeing Him, for though you don't see Him, He, verily, sees you.”

Ihsan brings depth and inner attitude that accompany activity and thought. This is the area which belongs to Sufi exclusively. Although, Philosopher, and specialist in Kalam have explored this aspect of Deen, but strictly speaking this field does not belong to their area of expertise.

Our task as follower of our beloved Prophet, Hazrat Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him) is to deepen our understanding and practice of Deen (Islam) gradually. The more deeper will be the depth, more nearer we will get to Allah, until we reach the state of Ihsan. But if we have not given due importance to the last two facets of our Deen (Islam), we will be left with meaningless activity and verbal definitions.

Three Facets of Deen (Islam) Part 1

Umar ibn al-Khattab reported,: One day we were sitting in the company of Messenger of Allah (Peace Be Upon Him) when there appeared before us a man dressed in pure white clothes, his hair extraordinarily black. There were no signs of travel on him. None amongst us recognized him. At last he sat with the Prophet (Peace Be Upon Him). He knelt before him placed his palms on his thighs and said: Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him), inform me about Islam (submission). The Messenger of Allah (Peace Be Upon Him)said: Islam implies that you testify that there is no god but Allah and that Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah, and you establish obligatory prayers, pay Zakat, observe the fast of Ramadan, and perform pilgrimage to the (House) if you are solvent enough (to bear the expense of) the journey. He (the inquirer) said: You have told the truth. He (Umar ibn al-Khattab) said: It amazed us that he would put the question and then he would himself verify the truth. He (the inquirer) said: Inform me about Iman (faith). He (the Holy Prophet) replied: That you affirm your faith in Allah, in His angels, in His Books, in His Prophets, in the Day of Judgment, and you affirm your faith in the Divine Decree about good and evil. He (the inquirer) said: You have told the truth. He (the inquirer) again said: Inform me about Ihsan (virtue). He (the Holy Prophet) said: That you worship Allah as if you are seeing Him, for though you don't see Him, He, verily, sees you. [Sahih Muslim, Book 1, Number 0001]

This saying of our beloved Prophet (Peace Be Upon Him) clearly shows that there are three facets of our Deen (Islam); Islam, Iman and Ihsan.

Islam means we should submit to the will of Allah by doing what Allah has ordered for doing and restrain our selves from acts which Allah has forbidden. Islam is concerned with outward bodily activities like voicing the Shahada, offering obligatory prayers, giving Zakat, etc. Jurists (Faqeeh) study this aspect of Islam and are expert in it. If one want to know how to do ablution, or draw a will, he asks a Jurist.

Iman and Ihsan will be discussed in part 2 of this post.


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