Naath ~ Ziyaarate Taiba (Visiting Madina Tayyibah)

December 10, 2012

... VEILED GEMS, NAATHS

bismillahh•••

A few points mentioned in the poem :

> The poets ardent love for Madina Shareef is depicted, as he enters the beautiful city, but at the same time he is somewhat gripped with a kind of awe and fear …

 > He is fearful of his sins – but has great hopes in Allah’s mercy …

 > He describes the lofty position of Rasulullah Sallallaahu Alayhi Wasallam. His sayings (Ahaadith) have become one of the primary sources for the derivation of laws in our Shariat.

 > He describes the humility of Rasulullah Sallallaahu Alayhi Wasallam, who washed his clothes by himself, and also the poverty he underwent.

 > He was the Seal of Prophethood and Allah had completed his favours upon him and chose Islam as his Deen.

 > Walking on the sand of Madina brings such serenity and delight to the poet … his soles feel the softness and comfort as he treads along. Even the thorn of the trees feel softer than a smooth flower …

 > Likewise, the name “Muhammad” Sallallaahu Alayhi Wasallam on his tongue, brings him so much joy and ecstasy …

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