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    is there any Quranic verse where there is a proof that aisaal-e-sawab or sadqa-e-jariya is valid??

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    Bump!

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      Where are all the religion gurus
      [MENTION=51683]psyah[/MENTION]
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        Peace [MENTION=134058]Hakuna Matata[/MENTION]

        Please elaborate what exactly do you mean by "Sadqa Jariya", as well as "Isaal-e-Sawab"? In what context you're asking? This will help us to answer in better way
        Never explain urself to any1 The person who likes u doesn't need it &The person who dislike u won't believe it

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          Originally posted by lethal kamikaze View Post
          Peace @Hakuna Matata

          Please elaborate what exactly do you mean by "Sadqa Jariya", as well as "Isaal-e-Sawab"? In what context you're asking? This will help us to answer in better way
          I meant does a deceased person gets aisaal-e-sawab or sadqa-e-jariya.. got the answer, will share it in evening InshaALLAH...

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            So, I researched about it and came across this hadith till yet...

            "The only thing that will continue among his deeds is the recurring charity he has made and the knowledge that he has spread and the third is his son praying for him."


            P.S: I'll research on it more and share inshaALLAH...

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              ^ and also there is no Quranic verse about it except dua for deceased only...

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                Peace [MENTION=134058]Hakuna Matata[/MENTION],

                Yes, according to hadith a deceased person get 'good deeds' in the following three ways:

                1- Charity (Sadqa-e-Jaria) like placed a water dispenser for public or built a Masjid,
                2- Righteous child who make dua
                3- Knowledge.

                1- Charity (Sadqa-e-Jaria):
                Till the water dispenser and/or Masjid is there, the deceased will gets reward. Eventually it will end as water dispenser get defected or removed for whatsoever reason. Same as Masjid demolished for renovation or whatsoever reason.

                2- Righteous child who make dua: Children will grow-up, get older and at the end will die like others so this way will also have an end.

                3- Knowledge: Like taught to a person how to recite Holy Qur'an or how to offer Salaat etc. Such knowledge pass on generation next generation till the day of Judgment and the deceased will be rewarded as long as his/her knowledge widespread.
                Never explain urself to any1 The person who likes u doesn't need it &The person who dislike u won't believe it

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                  Re: Sadqa-e-Jariya Or Aisaal-e-Sawab

                  Originally posted by lethal kamikaze View Post
                  Peace @Hakuna Matata,

                  Yes, according to hadith a deceased person get 'good deeds' in the following three ways:

                  1- Charity (Sadqa-e-Jaria) like placed a water dispenser for public or built a Masjid,
                  2- Righteous child who make dua
                  3- Knowledge.

                  1- Charity (Sadqa-e-Jaria):
                  Till the water dispenser and/or Masjid is there, the deceased will gets reward. Eventually it will end as water dispenser get defected or removed for whatsoever reason. Same as Masjid demolished for renovation or whatsoever reason.

                  2- Righteous child who make dua: Children will grow-up, get older and at the end will die like others so this way will also have an end.

                  3- Knowledge: Like taught to a person how to recite Holy Qur'an or how to offer Salaat etc. Such knowledge pass on generation next generation till the day of Judgment and the deceased will be rewarded as long as his/her knowledge widespread.
                  Yes that's it... but what about Hajj-e-Badal?

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                    Re: Sadqa-e-Jariya Or Aisaal-e-Sawab

                    Originally posted by lethal kamikaze View Post
                    Peace [MENTION=134058]Hakuna Matata[/MENTION],

                    Yes, according to hadith a deceased person get 'good deeds' in the following three ways:

                    1- Charity (Sadqa-e-Jaria) like placed a water dispenser for public or built a Masjid,
                    2- Righteous child who make dua
                    3- Knowledge.

                    1- Charity (Sadqa-e-Jaria):
                    Till the water dispenser and/or Masjid is there, the deceased will gets reward. Eventually it will end as water dispenser get defected or removed for whatsoever reason. Same as Masjid demolished for renovation or whatsoever reason.

                    2- Righteous child who make dua: Children will grow-up, get older and at the end will die like others so this way will also have an end.

                    3- Knowledge: Like taught to a person how to recite Holy Qur'an or how to offer Salaat etc. Such knowledge pass on generation next generation till the day of Judgment and the deceased will be rewarded as long as his/her knowledge widespread.
                    Originally posted by Hakuna Matata View Post
                    Yes that's it... but what about Hajj-e-Badal?
                    What about salaam (durood) and things like twigs upon the grave (thought to benefit deceased due their dhikr recitation)?

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                      Originally posted by Hakuna Matata View Post
                      So, I researched about it and came across this hadith till yet...

                      "The only thing that will continue among his deeds is the recurring charity he has made and the knowledge that he has spread and the third is his son praying for him."


                      P.S: I'll research on it more and share inshaALLAH...
                      Do you know the understanding of this hadith? Can we say this means nothing else benefits deceased other then the things mentioned here?

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                        Originally posted by vroom View Post
                        Do you know the understanding of this hadith? Can we say this means nothing else benefits deceased other then the things mentioned here?
                        Yes I do... by the way I've a question... When a person was allowed to live an average life of 60 years and he/she was a Muslim, so that they had obeyed ALLAH's commandments, right? Then why he/she needs a help in their test ? everyone is responsible for his/her own deeds..

                        "Aur jahanum us din samne lai jaegi, us din insan naseehat to qabool karega magar us waqt usay naseehat se kya hasil hoga (23) Wo kahega: Kash! mene apni is zindagi ke liye kuch aagay bheja hota (24)"

                        Reference: Surat-ul-Fajr, verses # 23 & 24.

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                          Re: Sadqa-e-Jariya Or Aisaal-e-Sawab

                          Originally posted by vroom View Post
                          What about salaam (durood) and things like twigs upon the grave (thought to benefit deceased due their dhikr recitation)?
                          Quran-Khwani and rest have nothing to do with deceased person... we can only do Dua for them...

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                            Originally posted by Hakuna Matata View Post
                            Yes I do... by the way I've a question... When a person was allowed to live an average life of 60 years and he/she was a Muslim, so that they had obeyed ALLAH's commandments, right? Then why he/she needs a help in their test ? everyone is responsible for his/her own deeds..

                            "Aur jahanum us din samne lai jaegi, us din insan naseehat to qabool karega magar us waqt usay naseehat se kya hasil hoga (23) Wo kahega: Kash! mene apni is zindagi ke liye kuch aagay bheja hota (24)"

                            Reference: Surat-ul-Fajr, verses # 23 & 24.
                            I don't know why he/she needs help in their test. I know that they do need help, but not why. Sorry

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                              Re: Sadqa-e-Jariya Or Aisaal-e-Sawab

                              Originally posted by Hakuna Matata View Post
                              Quran-Khwani and rest have nothing to do with deceased person... we can only do Dua for them...
                              Proof?

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