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Rain Water (ماء المطر )

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Names: – 1. In Quran rain is called as GHAITH. 2. In Hadis, Rain Water is Called as Ma’aul Matar (المطر ماء) 3. Rain in Arabic is called as GHAITH. Rain is mentioned in Quran at many verses. Allah Ta’lah reminds us that “it is Allah who makes rain & …

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Water (ماء)

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Names: – 1. In Hadis & Arabic is called as Al-Ma’a. (ماء) 2. In English it is called as Water. 3. In Urdu & Hindi it is called as Paani. In Quran water is been mentioned in many verses, in different contexts. Prophet صلی اللہ علیہ وسلم’s guidance about water …

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Masoor Dal (Adas) (عدس)

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Names 1. In Hadees they are called as Adas (عدس). 2. In Hindi & Urdu they are called as Masoor Dal. 3. In English they are called as Lentils. 4. In Latin they are called as Lens culinaris. Introduction Lentils in English refer to 6 or more types of Dals, …

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Aloe Vera. (صبر)

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Names 1. In Hadees it is called as Sabir (صبر).  2. In Hindi & Urdu it is called as Ghikawar or Guarpatha. 3. In English & Latin it is called as Aloe Vera.     4. In Marathi it is called as Korphod.     5. Its family is Xanthorrhoeaceae. Nabi …

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Miswaak (السواك)

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Names 1. Quranic name of Miswaak is KHAMT. 2. Hadis name of Miswaak is SIWAK . (السواك) 3. Arabic name of Miswaak is ARAK, KHARDAL & SIWAK. 4. Hindi & Urdu name of Miswaak is PEELU, ARAK. 5. English name of Miswaak is MUSTARD. 6. Latin name of Miswaak is Salvadosa …

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Maranjosh (المرزنجوش)

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Names 1. In Hadis it is called as Marzanjosh. (المرزنجوش) 2. In Urdu it is called as Marwa, Marzanjosh. 3. In Hindi it is called as Marwa, Sathra. 4. In Sanskrit it is called as Ajanmasurabhi, Marwa. 5. In Latin it is called as Origanum marjoram 6. In Persain it …

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Warss. (ورس).

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Introduction Warss (ورس) in Arabic it is considered as two things 1.) Kamaala 2.) Karkam. Warss (ورس) is a yellow dye from a perennial plant cultivated in Yemen, identified usually as Memecylon tinctorium, Melastomaceae , or sometimes Flemmingia rhodocarpus BAK, Leguminosae . According to Abū Ḥanīfa al-Dīnawarī’s chapter on dyestuffs (165-7), it …

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