“Assalamualaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh” Thus, it is the custom of almost every civilized nation in the world that at the time of meeting. On the contrary, in the time of Jahiliyyah, before the revelation of the Holy Prophet (sws), it was customary among the Arabs themselves to utter such words.
Hazrat Imran ibn Husain said: When we met in the time of Jahiliyyah, we used to say to each other: May Allah keeps you alive. May Allah cool your eyes, may your morning be good and happy. Then when the sun of Islam rose and we came out of the darkness of Jahiliyyah and came to the light of Islam, the Holy Prophet forbade us from it. You have changed the style of saying “assalamu alaikum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuh”
This means that may Allah Almighty keep you safe and secure from all evil things, calamities, troubles and afflictions. Peace be upon you be safe and secure from the pain of my hands and tongue, and I am the protector of your life, property and honor.
Ibn Arabi narrated in Ahkam-ul-Quran that you know “assalamualaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh Arabic” The greeter says that you are safe from me. In view of these facts, Islamic greetings are compared with the greetings of other nations, then it becomes clear that there is no better greeting.
Assalamualaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh in Arabic
Assalamualaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh in Urdu
Assalamualaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh in Quranic verses
Allah Almighty has instructed about assalamu alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh:
- “And when you are honoured with (a word of) greeting, then (in reply) greet with a better (salutation) or (at least) reciprocate (in the same words). Surely, Allah takes account of everything.” (Al-Nisā 4: 86)
- “When you enter the houses, greet (the members of) your (family) with the greeting of peace and security. (This) is a blissful and pure greeting from Allah.” (Al-Nūr 24: 61)
Assalamualaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh in Hadith
- you feed and greet everyone (assalamu alaikum WA rahmatullah), whether you know it or not. “
- Hazrat Imran ibn Hussain says that a man said to prophet, “assalamualaikum.” He greeted him, and then he sat down. Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) said: “He received ten good deeds.” Then another person came and said, “assalamualaikum warahmatullah.”You answered him, and then the man also sat down, he said: “He got twenty good deeds.” Then another person came and said: assalamualaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh .You answered him too WA alaikum salam warahmatullahi wabarakatuh, then he also sat down, you said: “He got thirty Virtues.
- Abo Umama says that Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) said: “The best person in the sight of Allah is the one who takes the initiative in greeting assalamu alaikum rahmatullahi barakatuh.”
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Assalamualaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh
- It is Sunnah to greet assalamualaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh in Arabic text, but it is obligatory to respond.
- The salutation and its answer should be given with sincerity, according to the Sunnah, with the plural form, even if the addressee is a single person.
- Rider to pedestrian, the pedestrian should greet the seated person and the lesser one should greet the greater number. This command is actually to attract humility, but it does not mean that if these people do not greet then we should not take the initiative.
- When you meet, talk and greet before you talk.
- Nowadays, telephone and mobile are a substitute for face-to-face meeting and a means of meeting, so the order of greeting for mutual meeting will be the same when calling and picking up. It would be nice to say.
- The one who takes the initiative in salutation has been declared more deserving of nearness and mercy
- Say the salutation so loudly that the voice is easily heard by the one being greeted. The respondent should respond in the same way so that the respondent can be reached
- The small group should greet the big group, the small group should greet the big one.
- If one person greets a group, it is enough to respond to one of them, it is better to respond to all
- Similarly, if there are more than one person coming, it is enough to greet only one person, but it is better to greet all.
- If the greeter greets someone by name or greets someone by addressing them, then he has to answer now.
Now imagine that in a society where people pray assalamualaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh for each other’s safety in the morning and in the evening or at every meeting and provide security and guarantee for each other’s safety, will there be any injustice in this society? The truth will be killed and someone will be treated in some way?
Hazrat Ibn Umar used to go to the bazaar and greet the Muslims only. Greet everyone you meet. When asked the reason, he said that there are more people in the bazaar due to need and we will greet more Muslims and get more reward.