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Six Kalimah in Islam in Arabic
The Kalimas are the essence of Islam. A true Muslim is one who is completely aware of the meaning of the Kalimah, proclaims it with sincerity and devotion, and acts and lives in accordance with its requirements.
بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم
Bismillah hirRahman nirRaheem
With The Name of ALLAH, The Beneficent and The Merciful
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Six Kalimah in Islam in Arabic
6 Kalimas in Islam (in Arabic & Urdu )
The Kalimahs came into existence to facilitate the easy memorizing and learning of Aqeedah (beliefs). It has no Shar’ee compulsion as far as its memorizing is concerned. When they came into existence is not known.
A true Muslim is someone who is completely aware of the meaning of the Kalima, proclaims it with sincerity and devotion, and acts and lives in accordance to its requirements.
Kalima-e-Tayyabah (Word of Purity)
Pronunciation: Laaa Ilaaha Illa-llaahu Muhammadur-Rasoolu-llaah
Translation: There is none worthy of worship except ALLAH and Muhammad is the Messenger of ALLAH.
Kalima-e-Shahaadat (Word of Testimony)
Pronunciation: Ash-hadu Al-laaa Ilaaha Illa-llaahu Wahdahoo Laa Shareeka Lahoo Wa-Ash-hadu Anna Muhammadan ‘Abduhoo Wa Rasooluhu.
Translation: I bear witness that none is worthy of worship but ALLAH, the One alone, without partner, and I bear witness that Muhammad is His servant and Messenger.
Kalima-e-Tamjeed (Word of Glorification)
Pronunciation: Subhaana-llaahi Walhamdu Lillaahi Walaaa Ilaaha Illa-llaahu Wallaahu Akbar. Walaa Hawla Walaa Quwwata Illaa Billaahi-l ‘Aliyyil ‘Azeem.
Translation: Glory be to ALLAH and praise to ALLAH and there is none worthy of worship but ALLAH, and ALLAH is the Greatest. And there is no might or power except with ALLAH, the Exalted, the Great One.
Kalima-e-Tauhid (Word of Unification)
Pronunciation: Laaa Ilaaha Illa-llaahu Wahdahoo Laa Shareeka-lahoo Lahu-l Mulku Walahu-l Hamdu Yuhyee Wayumeetu Wahuwa Hayyu-l Laa Yamootu Abadan Abada. Dhu-l Jalaali Wal Ikraam. Biyadihil Khair. Wahuwa Alaa Kulli Shai-‘in Qadeer.
Translation: There is none worthy of worship except ALLAH. He is alone and has no partner. To Him belongs the Kingdom and for HIM is all praise. HE gives life and causes death. In HIS hand is all good and HE has power over everything.
Kalima-e-Astaghfar (Word of Penitence)
Pronunciation: Astaghfiru-llaaha Rabbi Min Kulli Dhambin Adhnabtuhoo ‘Amadan Aw Khata-an Sirran Aw ‘Alaaniyata-wn Wa-atoobu Ilaihi Min-adh Dhambi-l Ladhee A’lamu Wamina-dh Dhambi-l Ladhi Laaa A’lamu Innaka Anta ‘Allaamu-l Ghuyoobi Wasattaaru-l ‘Uyoobi Wa Ghaffaaru-dh Dhunubi Walaa Hawla Walaa Quwwata Illaa Billaahi-l ‘Aliyyil ‘Azeem.
Translation: I seek forgiveness from ALLAH, who is my Creator and Cheriser, from every sin I committed knowingly or unknowingly, secretly or openly. I also seek His forgiveness for all sins which I am aware of or am not aware of. Certainly You (O ALLAH!), are the Knower of the hidden and the Concealer of mistakes and the Forgiver of sins. And there is no power and no strength except with ALLAH, the Most High, the Most Great.
Kalima-e-Rud-e-Kuffr (Word of Rejection of Disbelief)
Pronunciation: Allaa-humma Inneee A’udhu-bika Min An Ushrika Bika Shay-awn Wa-ana A’lamu Bihee Wa-astaghfiruka Limaa Laaa A’lamu Bihee Tubtu ‘Anhu Wata-barraatu Mina-l Kufri Wash-shirki Wal-kidhbi Wal-gheebati Wal-bid’ati Wan-nameemati Wal-fawahishi Wal-buhtaani Wal-m’aasi Kulli-haa Wa-Aslamtu Wa-aqoolu Laaa Ilaaha Illa-llaahu Muhammadu-r Rasoolu-llah.
Translation: O ALLAH! Certainly I seek protection with You from, that I associate partner with You anything and I know it. And I seek forgiveness from You for that I do not know it. I repended from it and I made myself free from disbelief and polytheism and the falsehood and the back-biting and the innovation and the tell-tales and the bad deeds and the blame and the disobedience, all of them. And I submit and I say (there is) none worthy of worship except ALLAH, Muhammad is the Messenger of ALLAH.
Six Kalimah in Islam in Arabic
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Faith in the Unity of God
As mentioned previously, Muslims believe in the absolute unity of God (ALLAH). The essence of Islam is expressed in the phrase “La ilaha illa ALLAH” meaning “There is no deity but ALLAH”.
“And your God is One God; there is no god but He, Most Gracious, Most Merciful”
Judgment, faith in the Prophets and the Books, and asked people consequently to live a life of obedience and submission to their Lord. This is the definition of a Muslim.
“Abraham was not a Jew nor yet a Christian; but he was upright, and bowed his
will to ALLAH’s (which is Islam).And he joined not gods with ALLAH”
(Qur’an, Ali Imran:67).
Some of these prophets brought revealed books (see below). They were all men guided by ALLAH to teach mankind and guide them on the straight path. Muslims believe in them all and make no distinction between them.
“Say:’We believe in ALLAH, and in what has been revealed to us and what was revealed to Abraham, Ishmael,Isaac, Jacob, and the Tribes, and in the Books given to Moses, Jesus, and the Prophets, from their Lord; wemake no distinction between one and another among them, and to ALLAH do we bow our will in Islam” (Qur’an, Ali Imran:84).
Muslims believe that the final prophet, Muhammad, came to invite people back to the true teachings of the previous prophets, and to bring to mankind a final and all-encompassing guidance: the Qur’an. The Qur’an remains in its complete and unadulterated form; there is therefore no need for any more prophets to come. ALLAH’s message is complete.
“They change the words from their right places and forget a good part of the Message that was sent them…” (Qur’an, Al- Maidah:13).
Reading these books today, we have no way of knowing what portion was revealed by ALLAH, and what was recorded and changed by man.
Muslims believe that ALLAH sent a final revelation, the Qur’an, through the final Prophet of Allah, Muhammad (peace be upon him and all of Allah’s messengers).
“None of Our revelations do We abrogate or cause to be forgotten, but We substitute something better or similar…” (Qur’an, Al-Baqarah:106).
The sending of this divine Book is not a new and strange event; but only to confirm, restate, and complete those divine instructions which people had mutilated or lost in antiquity.
“To thee (Muhammad) We sent the Scripture in truth, confirming the scripture that came before it,and guarding it in safety…” (Qur’an, Al-Maidah:48).
Muslims believe that this world will come to an end on a day ALLAH has appointed.
“Every soul shall have a taste of death; and only on the Day of Judgment shall you be paid your full recompense…” (Qur’an, Ali Imran:185).
Everything will be demolished, and all of the human beings who had lived in this world will then be restored to life and will be presented before ALLAH.
The entire record of every man and woman – of all their deeds and misdeeds – will be presented before ALLAHfor final judgment.
One who excels in goodness will, by the Mercy of ALLAH, receive a goodly reward; one whose wrongs overweigh his good deeds will be punished.
It is neither faith nor just to treat everyone equally.
“Is then the man who believes no better than the man who is rebellious and wicked? Not equal are they” (Qur’an, As-Sajda:18).
ALLAHon that day will judge with Justice, and every soul will receive what it has earned. While unsure of their fate in the Hereafter, Muslims are confident of the Mercy and Justice of ALLAH.
“Say: ‘Oh My servants who have transgressed against their own souls! Despair not of the Mercy of ALLAH, for ALLAH forgives all sins, for He is Oft-Forgiving, Most Merciful.” (Qur’an, Az-Zumar:53).
Those who emerge successfully from Judgment will go to eternal Paradise; those who are condemned and deserve punishment will be sent to Hell. ALLAHis the perfect and fair Judge.
In Islam, faith and good works go hand-in-hand. A mere verbal declaration of faith is not enough, for belief in ALLAH makes obedience to Him a duty. Only when your practice is consistent with your profession will you be a true Muslim. Faith in ALLAH will be your strength, and the Qur’an your guide.
The Muslim concept of worship is very broad. Muslims consider everything they do in this life according to ALLAH’s will, an act of worship. Speaking the truth, refraining from gossip, dealing honestly in commercial affairs, treating one’s parents with respect and honor, helping the poor and needy, dealing lovingly and fairly with family members – whatever is done will be only for the sake of ALLAH Azzawajal.
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