islamic history

Padmavati: The myth or legend?

With the release of the trailer of this high budget, much awaited movie, Padmavati, has come the flood of comments praising how wonderful and grand the whole trailer looks. Now I don’t have any issues with it being told as a folklore, or for entertainment purposes of the majority hindu audience, just as the intended […]

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Naml….

I never realized that ants have been given so much importance in Islam. Not only there is a whole surah about ants in the quran, I just found out that Hazrat Ali (AS) also spoke about them in great detail. Below is part of the Sermon 185 from the Nahjul Balagha that is about ants. […]

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900 choohay

I am sure you have all heard this saying, ‘900 chohay kha key billi hajj ko chali.’ This has always intrigued me to a great extent but I almost always refrain from talking about it because it usually ends up in a really nasty debate. But well, isnt my blog the best place for controversies? […]

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Blissful Marriage (6)

Divorce Now this actually will be difficult. I was kind of delaying this post as I usually dislike talking about things which make me unhappy but its a reality of life and a very important topic as far as marriages are concerned: obviously, because marriages are the reason why people get divorced in the first […]

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Blissful Marriage (4)

Polygamy Women, hate me for saying this out loud once again, but polygamy is allowed in Islam. If ye fear that ye shall not be able to deal justly with the orphans, Marry women of your choice, Two or three or four; but if ye fear that ye shall not be able to deal justly […]

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Blissful Marriage

One day when Hazrat Aisha (RA) was spinning some woollen thread, she looked up to see Prophet (SAW) with a golden glow of contentment on his face, mending his sandals, sitting beside her on the floor. She praised him with a poetic quotation and he, never to be outdone in gallantary, kissed her forehead gently […]

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