Most common bidah in asian societies


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Most common bidah in asian societies

  1. 1. Most common innovations in Asian Societies.<br />Those relating to sincerity in worship… calling on dead saints for benefit, praying or supplicating facing the graves… sacrificing animals in the name of the dead…<br />
  2. 2. Those relating to prayers and Quran recitation…<br />Praying of weird salaahs like salat At tasbih, missed salaahs of lifetime..<br /> Praying salaah of conregation like Eidain and Juma’h at home.<br />Reading SurahYasin habitually on Fridays..<br /> Reading Quran for the dead, intending the reward to go for the dead. .<br /> Counting tasbih on chana of a fixed number of one lakh ,intending the reward to go for the dead. . ….<br />
  3. 3. Those relating to practices…<br />Use of ‘tasbih’ or rosary… counting of tasbih which are ‘newly-invented’ not established by Sunnah or practices of the Sahabahs..<br /> Use of date seeds for count of tasbih…another similar Bidah..<br />
  4. 4. What makes something a Bidah?<br />Any act or changing the way a particular act is done in religious sphere which is alien to the religion, not practiced or approved by the Quran, Sunnah or the life of the sahabahs..<br />Acts of worship and related issues must be done,only as per the guidelines of the authentic sources…<br />Acts pertaining to worldly matters are all allowed, except those that are forbidden by the Quran ,Sunnah and alien to the practices of the Sahabahs…. <br />
  5. 5. Those relating to beliefs…<br />Belief that any object like beads, threads , plants etc have any sort of benefit or luck in them unless otherwise established by the Deen.<br />Belief that any place like shrines, mosques , rivers, lakes etc have any sort of benefit or luck in them unless otherwise established by the Deen.<br />
  6. 6. How do you know when your doing Bidah?<br />When you indulge in an act followed by people, but alien to Islam in a religious sphere…<br />The act could also include an expression of love, gratitude to a loved one or your creator…<br />It is not the intention which is a sin, but the fact that your action it annihilates the tenets of Islam that makes it a sin…<br />Eg: Reading Quran, intending the Thawaab to go to a loved one who is dead… <br />
  7. 7. You cannot love or show gratitude to His creation by not submitting your will to Him(Allah-SWT)<br />Bidah is the best way to waste your efforts with the right intention doing the wrong action!<br />It is the Best way to earn grievous sins, by relentless efforts…<br />It is the best eraser of your Good deeds after Shirk…<br />
  8. 8. How trivial is Bidah?<br />When you do an ‘innovation’ it implies that you feel the religion is not perfect or complete or is primitive or redundant.<br /> It could also imply that the divine ordainments don’t fit in with your capacity or nature…<br />This implies that you think Allah is not fit in His divine ordainments(may Allah forbid)…this is how it negates your faith…and hence it’s a grievous sin..<br /><br />