Surah Al Anbiya

Holy Quran Sharif - Allah Kabir (God Kabir) in Quran Sharif There are striking similarities between Holy Bible and Holy Quran Sharif. Holy Quran Sharif also contains knowledge of Holy Bible. Both these scriptures collectively give a very good indication of Who is the Creator of universe and what is He like, and what is His real name? Surat Furqani 25, Aayat no. 52, 58, 59 Jagat Guru Rampal Ji Sant Rampal Ji Maharaj Aayat 52: - Fala tutiyal' - kafiran' va jahid'hum bihi jihaadan' Kabira (Kabiran') |52| This means that Hazrat Muhammad’s Khuda (God) is saying that Oh Prophet! Do not listen to the kafir (disbelievers, who instead of worshipping one God, worship other gods–goddesses and idols etc) because those people do not consider Kabir as the Purna Parmatma/Supreme God. You may remain firm on the basis of the knowledge of Quran given by me that, Kabir only is the Supreme God, and may struggle (Do Not Fight) i.e. remain rigid for Allah Kabir Aayat 58: - Va tavakkal' alal'- harulliji la yamutu va sabbih' bihm'dihi va kafaa bihi bijunoobi ibadihi Khabira (Kabira) |58| It means that whom Hazrat Muhammad Ji regards as his God, that Allah (God) is referring to some other Supreme God that Oh Prophet! Have faith in that God Kabir, who met you in the form of a Jinda Mahatma. He is never going to die i.e. is eternal in reality. And celebrate His sacred glory with praise, that Kabir Allah (God Kabir/ KavirDev) is worthy of being worshipped and is the destroyer of all the sins of His worshippers. Aayat 59: - All'ji khalakassmaavaati val'arj va ma bainhuma fi sittati ayyaamin' summastwa alal'arshi arrh'maanu fs'al' bihi Khabiran' (Kabiran') |59| It means that the God, who is narrating Quran Sharif, is telling Hazrat Muhammad that, He is the same God Kabir, who created the entire nature, whatever is between the Earth and Sky in six days, and on the seventh day, sat on the throne in His Satlok, above. Ask a (Baakhabar – one who is fully acquainted with Him) Tattavdarshi Saint for the information about Him. To know about the real knowledge of that Supreme God and how one can attain Him, ask a Tattavdarshi Saint (Baakhabar); I do not know. Key Points - Quran Sharif - Allah's Name is "Kabir" 1. God is in Form & God's Name is Kabir Surah Al Furqan 25:59 - Hazrat Muhammad’s Khuda (God) is saying that Allah is Kabir who created nature in six days and sat on the throne on the seventh day. The point to think about here is - God sat on his throne - To sit on a throne one must be in form. Holy Bible also says the same thing that, God created nature in six days and took rest on the seventh day. It also says that when God made Human Beings, He made them like Himself. This also proves that God is in form. Holy Quran Sharif goes a step further and describes that God's name as "Kabir" Like most names have a meaning, The name "Kabir" also has a meaning and it means "Great" whereas it is actually the name of God. Similarly Supreme God's name "Kabir" is also mentioned in Holy Vedas (Kavir Dev, Great Kavir) and in Guru Nanak Dev Ji's sacred speech in Shri Guru Granth Sahib (Hakka Kabir - Eternal Kabir) 2. Prophet Muhammad's God is referring to some other Supreme God In Surah Al Furqan 25:58 Hazrat Muhammad Ji's God is referring to some other Supreme God and is asking Hazrat Muhammad Ji to sing the glory of Allah Kabir who is immortal and is worthy of being worshipped. 3. Prophet Muhammad's God talks about asking a Baakhabar (well informed) to know about Supreme God In Surah Al Furqan 25:59 Hazrat Muhammad Ji's God is asking Hazrat Muhammad Ji to ask a Baakhabar (one who is fully acquainted with the knowledge of God - A Tattavdarshi Saint) about the way to achieve that Supreme God, and says that he does not have the full knowledge. Likewise, in Holy Bhagwad Gita Adhyay 4, Shlok 34 the God narrating Gita is instructing Arjun to go in to the refuge of Tattavdarshi Saints to find the way of attaining the Supreme God. Holy Quran Sharif - Surat Al Ikhlaas 112: 1 - 4 (Qualities of Supreme God) Surah Al Ikhlas 112: 1 - 4 Concept of God in Quran (Allah Kabir). Verses 1 - 4 of Surah Al Ikhlas are completely applicable on Kabir Sahib (Allah Kabir) 112:1 - Say, "He is Allah , [who is] One, 112:2 - Allah , the Eternal Refuge. 112:3 - He neither begets nor is born, 112:4 - Nor is there to Him any equivalent." Holy Quran Sharif - Concept of Birth / Rebirth in Islam - Surah Al Anbiya 21: 104 Quran Sharif clearly talks about rebirth which is contrary to the belief currently existing in Islam where they believe that once they die they go to Heaven and are never born again. This concept has been refuted by verses from Surah Al Anbiya 104 in Quran Sharif & Majid. Surah Al Anbiya 21:104 The Day when We will fold the heaven like the folding of a [written] sheet for the records. As We began the first creation, We will repeat it. [That is] a promise binding upon Us. Indeed, We will do it. The Magnificence of God Kabir in “Fazaile Darud Shareef” Allahum-m Salil Alaruhi Muhammadin fil' arvahi Allahum-m Salil Ala J-s-di muhammdin fil' ajsaadi allahum m salil Ala Kabir' (Kabir) muhammid fil' kuboori0 Fazaile Zikr It is a statement of Huzoore Akdas Sallallahu Alaehi v Sallam that there is no one who says ‘Laiila-h-Illallahh’ and for whom the doors of the skies do not open; rather this kalma (speech) takes one straight to Arsh (sky), provided Kabira keeps saving one from the sins. It is such a great virtue and the limit of acceptance that this kalma takes one straight to the sky (Arsh). And this has become known now that even if Kabira is said with sins, then even at that time it is fruitful. Mulla Ali Kaari Rah0 states that quickly accepted the promise of saving from kabaair (Kabir) and with this hope that all the doors of the sky will open, otherwise even with Kabaair (Kabir), is not devoid of reward and acceptance. Baaj Ulema has declared the meaning of this message that for such a person, even after death, all the doors of the sky will open in the honour of his soul. It has come in one of the messages that, there are two such kalimas that for one of them, there is no end below the throne. The second can fill the sky and the Earth with its light or power — One is ‘Laiila-h-illallah’. Second is ‘Allahu Akbar, (Kabir)