October 25th, 2018
He started sending letters to the kings to invite them to Islam. A seal (stamp) was made in the sixth or seventh year Hijri (Islamic Calendar). The ‘ulama have given different opinions and perspective on wearing the ring. GemStones rings according to date of birth in Islam. Should you wear it? Lucky stone by date of birth in Muslims.
Bismillah hirRahmaan nirRaheem
With The Name of ALLAH, The Gracious and The Merciful
SallALLAHU ‘Alayhe Wasallam
Should you Wear Rings and GemStones According to Date of Birth in Islam?
Do you have these questions jumbling in your mind?
Which Stone should I wear according to Islam?
Which gemstone is suitable for me in Islam?
Before answering these, I would ask you few questions?
Do you believe in lucky stones according to month or date of birth?
Do you believe in the stone match with the name?
What about wearing stones in Quran?
What is the Hadith about this?
What is the concept of wearing stones in Islam?
Islam mein Nagine Kaunse Pahne aur Kaunse Nahi?
Sunnah of Our Beloved Prophet ﷽- He wore the ring on his right hand. We are Sunni we should follow the Sunni practices.
The habits of Our Beloved Prophet ﷽ are the sources of living style of His followers in Islam.
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Hadith 1 About Wearing GemStones & Rings
Anas bin Maalik RadiyALLAHU ‘Anhu says that the ring of Rasulullah Prophet SallALLAHU Alayhi Wasallam was, made of silver and the gemstone was from Abyssinia. Find Muslim Religion Beneficial Foods here.
According to the majority of the Islamic Scholars (‘Ulama) it is allowed to wear a ring made of silver. The Hanafis say it is not permissible to wear a ring made of bronze, iron, steel etc. Find Khoya Pyar Pane ka Tarika here.
In the early times, Sayyidina Rasulullah SallALLAHU Alayhi Wasallam did not have a ring made, until it was known that the kings of Persia and other countries did not accept or take into consideration letters that had no seal (stamp) on them. Mohabbat ko Pane Ki Dua
He started sending letters to the kings to invite them to Islam. A seal (stamp) was made in the sixth or seventh year Hijri (Islamic Calendar). The ‘ulama have given different opinions and perspective on wearing the ring. Some ‘ulama say that it is makruh for any person besides the king and judge to wear a ring.
The research of the Hanafi ‘ulama (may ALLAH increase their number and accept their efforts) in this matter, according to the saying of ‘Shaami’ is, that it is sunnah for the kings, judges, trustees and those who need a seal. Besides them, it is permissible for others, but better not to use it. Mohabbat ko Pane ka Amal.
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Hadith 2 About Wearing GemStones & Rings
Hazrat Ibn Umar radiALLAHU ‘Anhu says that Rasulullah SallALLAHU Alayhi Wasallam had a ring made of silver. He used it as a seal (Stamp) on letters etc. but did not wear it. Marriage in Islam Dua Muhabbat Aur Roothe se Nikah
Sayyidina Rasulullah SallALLAHU Alayhi Wasallam wore a ring as has been stated in the ahaadith. The ulama give a few explanations to this hadith. Some have explained that it meant that he did not wear it continuously. Some are of the opinion that Sayyidina Rasulullah SallALLAHU Alayhi Wasallam possessed two rings, one had the seal and was used to put a stamp on letters etc.
And he did not wear this ring. The other ring was used for wearing. In the same manner, the ‘ulama have given many other explanations. According to this humble servant, the most accepted explanation is that he did not wear it always. Pyar Se Shadi Karne Ki Dua
It is reported in the hadith that Sayyidina Rasulullah SallALLAHU Alayhi Wasallam was once performing salaah, he was wearing a ring on the right hand. While performing salaah, his eyes fell on the ring. After that, he stopped wearing the ring. Dua to Make Someone Agree for Marriage
In the ahadith a similar incident is mentioned regarding a printed cloth. While in salaah, his sight fell on it. Sayyidina Rasulullah SallALLAHU Alayhi Wasallam removed this cloth and wore another one.
Since the ring was of importance it could not be discarded completely. Therefore, he did not generally wear it. This is the nearest (most correct). It will be stated in the sixth hadith of the next chapter that the ring was mostly kept by Sayyidina Mu’ayqeeb radiALLAHU ‘Anhu. Islamic Wazaif for Love Marriage
The reason is evident that Sayyidina Rasulullah SallALLAHU Alayhi Wasallam only made one when it became necessary before he began sending letters to the kings. This will be mentioned in hadith number six below.
Hadith 3 About Wearing GemStones & Rings
Anas RadiyALLAHU relates that Rasulullah Prophet SallALLAHU Alayhi Wasallam made an intention to write letters to Kisra, Qaysur (Ceasar) and Najashi, inviting them to accept Islam. The people said: ‘(O Rasulullah) those people do not accept letters without a stamp on it’. For this reason, Rasulullah SallALLAHU Alayhi Wasallam had a stamp made. The ring (loop) of which was silver, and had Mu’hammad Rasulullah’ engraved on it”.
Abu Dawud and others have stated that besides the kings. Others are prohibited from wearing a ring. Since it has been proven that many Sahaabah RadiyALLAHU ‘Anhum wore a ring in the presence of Sayyidina Rasulullah SallALLAHU Alayhi Wasallam.
And in other ahaadith that Sayyidina Rasulullah SallALLAHU Alayhi Wasallam had permitted it. This prohibition will be taken as that which is contrary to a more meritorious and desired act.
As for the ring of our Beloved Prophet, Mu’hammad SallALLAHU Alayhi Wasallam. Muslim relates on the authority of Anas Bin Malik, ALLAH be pleased with him, that ALLAH’s Messenger, SallALLAHU Alayhi Wasallam use to wear a silver ring on his right hand.
In it was an Abyssinian stone and he used to make the stone face his palm.
Imam al-Nawawi said in Sahih Muslim:
“The scholars say- an Abyssinian stone means a stone of onyx (in which there is whiteness and blackness) or carnelian (‘Aqiq) because their mines are in Abyssinia and Yemen. It is also said, (it means) that its color was Abyssinian (i.e. black).” Taweez for Love Get Back
Some of the scholars among them al-Suyuti also said that Abyssinian means a kind of chrysolite with a greenish color which exists in the lands of the Abyssinians. Dua to Make Someone Fall in Love With You.
This prophetic tradition is rigorously authenticated and one explanation for an Abyssinian stone is that it was carnelian (‘Aqiq), but it should be noted that there are no prophetic traditions which have been authenticated stating that the prophet, ALLAH bless and grant him peace, wore a carnelian ring.
Shaykh Abdullah al-Lahji said in his commentary on al-Nabahani’s Shama’il: “Everything that has been transmitted of prophetic sayings concerning carnelian rings, indeed none of it is authenticated; even if it’s chains of transmission are numerous as the Hafiz Ibn Rajab said [ALLAH have mercy on him].” Pyar Se Shadi Karne Ki Dua
So whether you get engaged or not, intend by wearing a ring emulation of the Prophet Muhammad ﷺ. If you choose to wear a carnelian (‘Aqiq) ring, make the basis of that decision the aforementioned rigorously authenticated (Sahih) tradition related by Muslim and others, in which one sound interpretation of an Abyssinian stone was carnelian.
And ALLAH knows best and He alone gives success (Tawfiq).
There are so many Da’if hadith found regarding gemstones in Islam. Therefore, there is no such recommendation by Our Prophet to wear any ring including red carnelian. However, there is no harm and sin to wear red carnelian (‘Aqiq), especially from Abyssinia and Yemen.
Even, I have been wearing a red carnelian from Yemen in a silver ring in my right hand, Masha ALLAH. I have been wearing Yemen’s red carnelian in a silver as a Sunnah.
Wear it as Sunnah not for good luck!
Hadith 4 About Wearing GemStones & Rings
Narrated Zaid bin Aslam from his father who said:
“Umar bin Al-Khattab addressed the Corner (Black Stone) saying, ‘By ALLAH! I know that you are a stone and can neither benefit nor harm. Had I not seen the Prophet touching (and kissing) you, I would never have touched (and kissed) you.’
Then he kissed it and said, ‘There is no reason for us to do Ramal (in Tawaf) except that we wanted to show off before the pagans, and now ALLAH has destroyed them.’ ‘Umar added, ‘(Nevertheless), the Prophet did that and we do not want to leave it (i.e. Ramal).’ Duas for Good Matrimonial Relationship
In Bukhari Shareef Book #2, Volume #26, Hadith #675
Wearing Gemstones Mentioned in Quran or Not?
In Islam, the only unforgiven sin is including partner with ALLAH Zille Shanahu. Unfortunately, this is widely misunderstood by most of the Muslims.
Including partner or Idol worship is not just worshiping a statue like non-Muslims do. Whereas, It also sums up to the belief that anyone regarding anything that can help or harm us other than ALLAH Subhanahu Wata ‘Ala. Stated in The Noble Qur’an Chapter #5 Surah Al-Maidah, Verse #76.
Having faith that anyone other than ALLAH Ta’ala can help you or harm you is as same as including partners to ALLAH, idol worship. Therefore, if somebody believes a gemstone can help them. A black meteorite can remove a person’s sins. Then, they are idol worshiping an inanimate object beside ALLAH Ta’ala. Which is absolutely a shirk!
Popular Stone Names in Urdu and English with Pictures
Popular Stone Names in Urdu and English
Please see below the Islamic or we can say Urdu names of popular gemstones with their English names.
- Yaqut- Ruby
- Panna- Emerald
- Heera- Diamond
- Neelam- Blue Sapphire
- Carnelian-Reddish-brown aqiq
- Agate- White Aqeeq
- Pukhraj- Topaz
- Zabarjad (Sabz Nagina)- Peridot
The difference between carnelian and agate is. Carnelian is an ancient stone in brownish-red translucent color. But not in true red color. Whereas, agate is a dyed Carnelian. Agate does not have any patterns of designs on it. It is a clearer solid red in color.
After discussing the entire Hadith and Quranic verses about wearing gemstones and rings. We can only arrive at this conclusion that. One can only wear it as a Sunnah. That too, the same stone which Our Beloved Prophet Mu’hammad ﷺ used to wear.
Except that, nothing has been found strongly in favor of wearing the stones, rings, precious and semi-precious gemstones.
GemStones and Rings Categorized by Date of Birth in Islam
Question. Can you wear a gemstone according to your date of birth? Is it haram to wear gemstones?
Answer. No, it is neither recommended nor prohibited in Islam
As to why I am putting this questions here. There is no hadith found regarding the types gemstones respective to his dates of birth.
Such a tradition can only be found in non-Muslims who absolutely believe in Astrology and Gemstones & Rings (Rashifal).
Gemstones are created by ALLAH Ta’ala. These cannot create anyone’s luck. There is only one Creator of All, that is ALLAH Jalla Jalaaluhu.