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Importance of Funeral Services For MuslimsMay 11, 2018
Superiority of Islamic Funeral:
It is narrated from Hazrat Ali that Muhammad (PBUH) said: the one who will take a bath to a dead body, fragrant with mushkafoor (itar) and took all funeral responsibility including funeral prayer. Ignore anything wrong about him/her then he will pure from sins like he is born today. Responsibility of Funeral has an ultimate virtue. Whenever you hear news of death of Muslim brother or sister, You should come into his/her funeral said by Muhammad (PBUH).
Virtue of Compassionate:
It is narrated from Hazrat Jaabar that Muhammad (PBUH) said one who will Condolence of his brother then Allah will dress him up of discreet.
Virtue of Make happy to other Muslim Brother:
Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) said, the who will make happy his other Muslim brother, Allah give responsibility to an Angel pray for him. When his time of death comes and he is buried then the same Angel comes and asks him do you know me, he replies i don’t know who are you then Angel tells him that I am that happiness which you took into other Muslim brother’s heart. I will release your hardships and will help you in answers. I will give recommendations to Allah on the judgment day. I will take you into Jannat.
Don’t say Bad Words For ilness:
It is narrated from from Hazrat jabbar that Rasool Allah (PBUH) went to a Sahabi and said why are you shivering what happened to you. Sahabi replied: I am in pain with this bad thing (illness) then Hazrat Prophet PBUH said do not say illness a bad thing because it will wipe out your sins.
A Lady sahabi said I was ill and Muhammad (PBUH) came to ask my condition and said If momin (Muslim) is ill then this illness will wipe out his/her all sins just like fire can wash the silver’s all scars.
This hadith give us lesson that if we fall down in condition of illness then we should blessed to Almighty Allah because it will be Atonement of our sins. We should go to visit to the sick person because it is Sunnah of Our prophet (PBUH) and it will give us reward.
Bayan of Last Breath:
Last breath meaning hold anything tightly and pull towards your side which mean soul out of body. Everything who came into this world it will go back on the time of death which is called death. The one who came in the world he or she will go back to Allah on the death time. Life is going to end day by day. Hazrat Syed-e-Na Mansoor Bin Ammar advised to a youngster your young age is all about bluff and many youngsters did Tobba (Abjure) very late and this delay caused send them into grave.
Prophet PBUH said: Remember your death every time. In one Hadith, the one who remember his death in 20 times a day Allah will get him Up from Shaheeds (Martyr) on Day of Judgment.
It is narrated from Syed Ibn-e-Umro One Ansari came to Prophet PBUH and ask who is more intelligent. Prophet PBUH replied: The one who remember his death more and prepare himself in good ways (e.g. Pray, Roza Hajj, Zakat).
So we should also always remember our death and get ready for the judgment day. Do tobba (Abjure) and promise to yourself that I will not do Sins in my next life.
Islamic Teachings for Ghusl-e-Mayyat (Dead body Bath)July 19, 2016
The most entitled to Namaz-e-Janaza, is the person who was nominated by the dead body (mayyat) in her/his testament (Wasiyyat), provided it was created. Then father, grandfather and gradually the closest relatives of the mayyat is supposed to do this. The same is for the case of female dead body (mayyat), so the foremost responsibility for the funeral process is one that deceased person has mentioned in her wasiyyat. Then mother, grandmother and ultimately the closest relative of the mayyat.
Mix the leaves of beri (بیری کے پتے) in semi hot water. Take another water-filled bucket and mix suitable amount of Kafoor fragrance (کافور) in it. Now the both buckets are ready for the bath (ghusl) of the dead body (mayyat).
The mayyat should be laid down on the wood board (لکڑی کا تختہ) and his/her private organs
(ستّر کے اعضا) should be covered with some clothes.
Then lift the mayyat up from shoulders and press 2 or 3 times on the tummy of the dead body so that feces (فضلہ جات ) may get excreted.
Pour the water on the private parts (sattar/ستّر کے اعضا) of the dead body in the way that the person who is giving the ghusl to the mayyat should be wearing the gloves and don’t see towards mayyat while washing this area of the body.
Cleanly wash the private parts (sattar/ستّر کے اعضا) of the dead body in the way that you should not see them and you must wear the gloves. Make sure that all the private parts (from front and back both sides) are completely washed. After this, thoroughly wash the complete area of sattar in such a way that you don’t need to clean it again during the ghusl.
Now the dead body should be performed ablution (wudu/وضو). Remember, this ablution will be exempted from mouth rinse, nose rinse and washing of hands. However gently clean the teeth, gums and nostrils.
Take some cotton and block the holes of nose, ears and mouth with that cotton swabs, this is done to stop water from entering inside the mayyat. After this, clean the hairs of head and beard of the mayyat. Now turn the mayyat to both right and left sides and pour the beri water ( بیری کے پتوں والا پانی ) on sides. Since the private part of the mayyat have already been washed, now cleanly wash the face, arms, underarms, chest, neck, legs, fingers and each remaining part with soap. Water pouring would be odd in number i.e 3 or 5. Now conclude the ghusl by pouring the kaafor water on the whole body and dry the body with some dry cloth or towel. Fragrance should be applied on the forehead, nose, hands, elbows, feet and joints.
Keep in mind, combing or trimming the hairs of beard or head and nail cutting are prohibited.
A Muslim female dead body (mayyat) can only be given ghusl by her husband or some Muslim lady. If the husband can give ghusl to her deceased wife, he will do this solely, no other person must be there. In case the husband can’t do this, no one other is allowed to be there except the ladies who are giving the bath. The procedure for the ghusl for the female mayyat is the same as for the male dead body, only with an addition that the head hairs of the deceased should be grouped in three and set one in right, other on the left and the last on the backside.
According to the teachings of Prophet Muhammad ﷺ shroud should be worn soon after the ghusl. The shroud must not be
- Having silk stuff in it.
The shroud is comprised of 3 pieces of white clothes, Prophet Muhammad ﷺ was buried in three clothes. (Sahih Bukhari 1264, Sahih Muslim 941). However only one cloth is also enough.Call Now @
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