Attributes of Allah (SWT) And their Meanings

Attributes of Allah (SWT) And their Meanings

 

Allah (SWT) is the Creator of all beings and He (SWT) is the Well- Organizer to establish the system of whole Universe and its belongings as well. That is why, Who claims of Creator, so He must have all the attributes which are essential to control the each bit of Universe including the hidden factors. Several kings have claimed on the planet to be a Creator but because of not proving the claims thus eventually has to meet the horrible destruction.

There is big example of Pharaoh who claimed to be a real lord but when Prophet Musa (AS) asked for rising the sun, thus he failed in his statement.

  1. Ar-Rahman: The Most Gracious
  2. Ar-Rahim: The Most Merciful
  3. Al-Malik: The Sovereign
  4. Al-Quddus: The Most Perfect
  5. As-Salaam: The Peace and Blessing
  6. Al-Mua’min: The Self Affirming
  7. Al-Muhaymin: The Guardian
  8. Al-Aziz: The Most Honorable
  9. Al-Jabbar: The Most Powerful
  10. Al-Mutakabbir: The Self-Importantly
  11. Al-Khaliq: The Creator
  12. Al-Bari: The Rightful
  13. Al-Mussawir: The Greatest Artist
  14. Al-Ghaffar: The Eternally Forgiver
  15. Al-Qahhar: The All Destroyer
  16. Al-Wahhab: The Unlimited Giver
  17. Ar-Razzaq: The Limitless Provider
  18. Al-Fattah: The Victorious
  19. Al-Aleem: The All Knowing
  20. Al-Qabid: The Restrainer
  21. Al-Basit: The Most Bountiful
  22. Al-Khafid: The Hidden
  23. Ar-Rafi’e: The Exalter
  24. Al-Mu’ezz: The Most Honorable
  25. Al-Mudhell: The Giver of Dishonor
  26. As-Sami’e: The All Hearing
  27. Al-Baseer: The All Seeing
  28. Al-Hakam: The Arbitrator
  29. Al-Adl: The Utterly Just
  30. Al-Lateef: The Subtly Kind
  31. Al-Khabeer: The All Aware
  32. Al-Haleem: The Most Generous
  33. Al-Azeem: The Glorious
  34. Al-Ghafoor: The Greatest Forgiver
  35. Al-Shakoor: The Grateful
  36. Al-Aliyy: The Sublimely Dignified
  37. Al-Kabeer: The Exalted
  38. Al-Hafeez: The Protector
  39. Al-Muqeet: The Nourisher
  40. Al-Haseeb: The Reckoner
  41. Al-Jaleel: The Magnificent
  42. Al-Kareem: The bountiful
  43. Ar-Raqeeb: The Attentive
  44. Al-Mujeeb: The Responsive
  45. Al-Wasse’e: The All Surrounding
  46. Al-Hakeem: The Wise
  47. Al-Wadud: The Loving, The King One
  48. Al-Majeed: The All Glorious
  49. Al-Ba’ith: The Raiser of Dead
  50. Ash-Shahid: The Witness
  51. Al-Haqq: The Truth
  52. Al-Wakeel: The Trustee
  53. Al-Qawee; The Powerful
  54. Al-Mateen; The Steadfast
  55. Al-Walee: The Benefactor

Attributes of Allah (SWT) And their Meanin

  1. Al-Hamid: The All Praiseworthy
  2. Al-Muhsi: The Numberer of All
  3. Al-Mubdi: The Initiator of All
  4. Al-Mu’id: The Reinstater
  5. Al-Muhyi: The Giver of Life
  6. Al-Mumit: The Destroyer
  7. Al-Hayy: The Ever Existing
  8. Al-Qayyum: The Self Subsisting Sustainer of All
  9. Al-Wajid: The Unfailing
  10. Al-Majid: The Eminent
  11. Al-Wahid: The Only One
  12. Al-Ahad: The Indivisible
  13. Al-Samad: The Self Suffient
  14. Al-Qadir: The All Controller
  15. Al-Muqtadir: The All Governing
  16. Al-Muqaddim: The Expeditor Who Brings Forward
  17. Al-Mu’akhir: The Delayer Who Puts Far Away
  18. Al-Awwal: The Initial
  19. Al-Akhir: The Ultimate
  20. Al-Zahir: The Apparent
  21. Al-Batin: The Hidden
  22. Al-Waali: The Patron
  23. Al-Muta’ali: The Self Exalted
  24. Al-Barr: The Most Benevolent
  25. Al-Tawwab; The Ever Returning, Ever Relenting
  26. Al-Muntaqim: The Punisher
  27. Al-Afuww: The Pardoner

Certainly, Allah (SWT) forgives all the sins of man when he pardons his sins particularly in the Holy sanctuary of Mecca by performing the pilgrimage (Hajj).

Thus, if you are not able to do the main pilgrimage (Hajj) then you have to distract your devotion into performing the Umrah. So, cheap Umrah Packages 2019 will take you more close to Allah (SWT). Allah’s Apostle told that Umrah is the atonement of all previous sins. Surely, Umrah is the non-mandatory Ibadah but in Islam, it has incredible meaning.

 A massive amount of pilgrims make sure their arrangements in the month of Ramadan as they grasp the means of this sacred month because Allah (SWT) bestows His sanctifications upon the earth throughout the Ramadan. Moreover, the Holy Quran was started to reveal in this holy month, thus Allah (SWT) much likes Ramadan rather than common days. Since all the bad spirits are arrested and put into the dungeons in the month of Ramadan, so there are very fewer chances to astray the man into wrong ways.

As pilgrims are in the compassionate state for the duration in the sacred month of Ramadan, so Allah (SWT) surely accepts their pray and regards with huge reward even equal to Hajj. Once Allah’s Apostle asked a woman why she had not performed the Hajj with her family, so she replied that her family had only two camels in which one was set for the journey of Hajj by her husband and son while the second one was being used for domestic essentials.

At that, Allah’s Apostle suggested her to perform Umrah in the month of Ramadan to make the virtues equal to Hajj. So, if you want to get the Hajj’s equal reward, then Ramadan Umrah Packages 2019 will increase your virtues. However, there are some conditions which pilgrims must have their knowledge. Therefore, before going to perform Umrah it is compulsory for pilgrims that they are not allowed to perform Umrah unless they fulfill their family amenities.

Attributes of Allah (SWT) And their Meaning

  1. Al-Ra’uf: The Compassionate
  2. Malik-al-Mulk: The Keeper of All Sovereignty
  3. Zul-Jalal-e-Wal-Ikram: The Lord of Majesty and Generosity
  4. Al-Muqsit: The Fair
  5. Al-Jami’e: The Unifier
  6. Al-Ghani: The Self Governing
  7. Al-Mughni: The Emancipator
  8. Al-Mani’e: The Defender
  9. Ad-Darr: The Distressor
  10. An-Nafi’e: The Benefactor
  11. An-Nur: The Light
  12. Al-Hadi: The Conductor
  13. Al-Badi: The Incomparable
  14. Al-Baqi: The Ever Survivable
  15. Al-Waris: The Master of All
  16. Ar-Rashid: The Guide
  17. As-Sabur: The Resolute
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