Urdu Video Lectures
Short, Categorised, Specific Topic wise by Moulana Syed Shahryar Abidi

Usool-e-Deen (Muqaddimaat)Click here for Mp3    |PLAYLIST

Roots of religion are of two types: Roots of Islam & Roots of faith.  Roots of Islam are three: Oneness of God (Tauheed), Prophethood (Nubuwwat) & Judgment Day (Qiyamat). Roots of Faith are five, in which in addition to the above three, it also includes Justice of God (Adl) & Imamate and here we are explaining the Roots of Faith.

1 (Muqaddimaat 1) Tareef-e-Deen
2 (Muqaddimaat 2) Tareef-e-Shia  
3 (Muqaddimaat 3) Tareef-e-Usool-e-Deen
4 (Muqaddimaat 4) Islam ka mukhtasir ta'ruff

TAWHID - SifaatClick here for Mp3  | PLAYLIST

It means that God is one and in his qualities, being and worship he is unique and without a partner. He is incomparable. The most comprehensive explanation of Tauheed is given in Surah Ikhlaas as follows: In the name of Allah, the beneficent, the Merciful; Say: He, Allah, is One. Allah is He on Whom all depend. He begets not, nor is He begotten. And none is like Him. The Almighty Allah is eternal and omnipresent. He is one and without a partner. He is the true deity and only He is the creator and sustainer of the whole universe. He gives death and life and the system if the whole universe is under His control.

5 (Tawheed 1) Tawheed or Ahl-e-Bait
6 (Tawheed 2) Asbaat-e-Wujood-e-Khuda (Daleel#1)
7 (Tawheed 3) Asbaat-e-Wujood-e-Khuda (Daleel#2)
8 (Tawheed 4) Asbaat-e-Wujood-e-Khuda (Daleel#3)
9 (Tawheed 5) Asbaat-e-Wujood-e-Khuda (Daleel#4)


(Tawheed 6) Asbaat-e-Wujood-e-Khuda (Daleel#5)

Positive Attributes (Sifaat-e-Thubutiyyah)

In the being of the almighty Allah every quality is to the level of perfection and optimum. The divine qualities cannot be subjected to a limit. However the following eight divine qualities are the most important ones:


(Tawheed 7)  Sifaat-e-Subootia (Allah Qadir hay) Allah is omnipotent: he has power over all and none has power on him. He is absolutely all-powerful. Every power of the universe is ineffective before his power.


(Tawheed 8)  Sifaat-e-Subootia (Allah Aalim hay) Allah is omniscient. He has knowledge of everything, whether it be present or not. Nothing could be hidden from him. He is also aware of what is hidden in our bosoms.


 (Tawheed 9)  Sifaat-e-Subootia (Allah Aalim hay)


(Tawheed 10)  Sifaat-e-Subootia (Allah Haie hay) Allah was ever alive, is alive and will remain ever alive. Death and annihilation is not applicable for him and he is not dependant on anyone or anything for his life. Qadim Allah is eternal; he has neither beginning nor end (nothing is eternal except Allah) i.e. eternal existence.


(Tawheed 11)  Sifaat-e-Subootia (Allah Mureed hay) Allah does everything with his own wish and will and discretion in all affairs. He does not do anything under constraint or compulsion


(Tawheed 12)  Sifaat-e-Subootia (Allah Muddrik hay) he does everything without using organs and limbs. For example he sees without apparent eyes, he hears everything without ears and he speaks without a tongue.


(Tawheed 13)  Sifaat-e-Subootia (Allah Sami o Baseer hay)


(Tawheed 14)  Sifaat-e-Subootia (Allah Mutakallim Hai) Allah can create speech in anything he likes. Like he created speech in the tree for prophet Musa (a.s.).


(Tawheed 15)  Sifaat-e-Subootia (Allah Sadiq Hai) Allah is truthful in his words. He does not lie. The words and acts of Allah are all correct.

Negative Attributes (As-Sifaat As-Salbiyyah)

20 (Tawheed 16)  Sifaat-e-Salbia Ki Tareef Allah is devoid of every evil and every human quality. The common negative attributes.
21 (Tawheed 17)  Sifaat-e-Salbia (Shareek Nahi) Allah has neither a colleague nor a partner in his being, his qualities and his divinity.
22 (Tawheed 18)  Sifaat-e-Salbia (Murakkab Nahi) Allah is not a compound. He is not a composed of elements and he is purified of body and physicality
23 (Tawheed 19)  Sifaat-e-Salbia (Kisi K Sath Muttahid Nahi) Mutaharrik (Movinglike material things allah does move from one place to another. He is present eveywhere all the time
24 (Tawheed 20)  Sifaat-e-Salbia (Makaan Nahi)


(Tawheed 21)  Sifaat-e-Salbia (Jehat-o-Simt Nahi)
26 (Tawheed 22)  Sifaat-e-Salbia (Zidd Nahi)
27 (Tawheed 23)  Sifaat-e-Salbia (Misl Nahi)
28 (Tawheed 24)  Sifaat-e-Salbia (Mahall-E-Hawadis Nahi) Allah is not subject to changes. He is not a child at one time, and then a youth and an old man. He is not healthy at a time and sick at another. Allah is devoid of all changes
29 (Tawheed 25)  Sifaat-e-Salbia (Mohtaj Nahi) Allah is not needful for anything in his being. Every particle of the universe is needful of him for its existence and survival, while he is not needful of anything or anyone.
30 (Tawheed 26)  Sifaat-e-Salbia (Lazzat-o-Alam Se Bari)
31 (Tawheed 27)  Sifaat-e-Salbia (Nafi Sifaat)
32 (Tawheed 28)  Sifaat-e-Salbia (Marr'i Nahi) it means that it is impossible to see Allah with the physical eyes. Because seeing needs a space and Allah is not limited in space. When Prophet Musa (a.s.) requested Allah to show Himself, He said: You will never be able to see Me. Just as it is impossible to see Allah in this world, in the same way one cannot see the almighty Allah in the hereafter.
33 (Tawheed 29)  Sifaat-e-Salbia (Jism Nahi)
34 (Tawheed 30)  Sifaat-e-Salbia (Allah Ki Mukammal Maarifat)
35 (Tawheed 31) Sifaat-e-Salbia (Allah Baap,Biwi,Beta Nahi Rakhta)

(Hulool: Allah does not penetrate into anything; neither by becoming a soul or in any other way. And the belief of some Sufis regarding incarnation is incorrect.
Sifat-Azzaedah: attributes of Allah are his being and not separate from and in addition to his being. That is he did not become all-knowing through knowledge and he did not become powerful through power. He did not become ever-living through life. His qualities are inherent in him and not separate from his being.

36 (Tawheed 32)  Iqsaam-e-Tawheed (Tawheed-e-Zaati)
37 (Tawheed 33)  Iqsaam-e-Tawheed (Tawheed-e-Sifaati)
38 (Tawheed 34) Iqsaam-e-Tawheed (Tawheed-e-Afaali)
39 (Tawheed 35) Iqsaam-e-Tawheed (Tawheed-e-Ebadi)
40 (Tawheed 36) Tawheed Ki Deegar Iqsaam
41 (Tawheed 37) Asma-e-Husna

AD'L- JusticeClick here for Mp3    | PLAYLIST

It means that the almighty Allah is just. He is not unjust. All his laws are based on justice and he does not oppress his servants as the almighty Allah has said in the Holy Quran: And Allah does not desire injustice for (His) servants. 2 Injustice is a despicable act and the almighty Allah is pure of every evil.


(Adal 1)  Tareef-e-Adal


(Adal 2)  Adal-e-Takweeni


(Adal 3)  Adal-e-Tashreei


(Adal 4)  Adal-e-Kaifri


(Adal 5)  Jabr-o-Ikhtiyaar


(Adal 6)  Qaza Aur Qadr


(Adal 7)  Husn wa Qubh


(Adal 8)  Badaa

NABUWWAT - Prophethood Click here for Mp3   |  PLAYLIST

The Almighty Allah has not only created the human beings, He has also provided for them guidance for success in the world and the hereafter. And for the guidance of human beings, He sent prophets and messengers so that people may know His laws. According to a famous saying the total number of prophets was 124000, among whom the first is Hazrat Muhammad Mustafa (s.a.w.w). The Almighty Allah ended Prophethood with him. No prophet will come after him till the Judgment day and no heavenly scripture will come after the Holy Quran. Under the principle of Prophethood we also must have faith in angels and heavenly scriptures.

50 (Nabuwwat 1)  Tareef-e-Nabuwwat
51 (Nabuwwat 2)  Shariyat
52 (Nabuwwat 3)  Ambiya K Naam
53 (Nabuwwat 4)  Wahi
54 (Nabuwwat 5)  Sharayit-e-Nabuwwat (Pehli, Dosri Shart)
55 (Nabuwwat 6)  Sharayit-e-Nabuwwat (Tesri Shart)
56 (Nabuwwat 7)  Sharayit-e-Nabuwwat (Chothi Shart)
57 (Nabuwwat 8)  Sharayit-e-Nabuwwat (Panchwen Shart)
58 (Nabuwwat 9)  Sharayit-e-Nabuwwat (Chatti Shart)
59 (Nabuwwat 10)  Sharayit-e-Nabuwwat (Mojiza)
60 (Nabuwwat 11)  Rasool Allah K Mojizaat 1
61 (Nabuwwat 12)  Rasool Allah K Mojizaat 2
62 (Nabuwwat 13)  Rasool Allah K Mojizaat 3
63 (Nabuwwat 14)  Rasool Allah K Mojizaat 4
64 (Nabuwwat 15)  Rasool Allah K Mojizaat 5

IMAMAT-LeadershipClick here for Mp3   |PLAYLIST

The Almighty Allah ended Prophethood on Hazrat Muhammad Mustafa (s.a.w.w) but He did not like to deprive the people from true guidance. Due to His kindness and mercy the Almighty Allah appointed Twelve Successors of the Holy Prophet (s.a.w.w) who are infallible in words and deeds and who are purified of every impurity. It is obligatory for every believer to have faith in each of them one after another and success of the hereafter is obtained through following them. They are the true protectors and interpreters of the religion of Islam. Click here for details.

65 (Imamat 1)  Imamat-o-Khilafat
66 (Imamat 2)  Imamat Allah Ki Janib Se
67 (Imamat 3)  Imamat Shia Aur Ahl-e-Sunnat Ki Nigah Me
68 (Imamat 4)  Sharayit-e-Imamat
69 (Imamat 5)  Aayat-e-Tatheer
70 (Imamat 6)  Aayat-e-Wilayat
71 (Imamat 7)  Aayat-e-Tableegh-o-Ikmaal
72 (Imamat 8)  Aayat-e-Mubahila
73 (Imamat 9)  Aayat-e-Mawaddat
74 (Imamat 10)  Aayat-e-Ool-ul-Amr
75 (Imamat 11)  Aayat-e-Khair-ul-Bariya
76 (Imamat 12)  Aayat-e-Lekull Le Qaumin Haadin
77 (Imamat 13)  Aayat-e-Tauba Hazrat Adam-o-Salwaat
78 (Imamat 14)  Fazail-e-Imam Ali (AS) Kutub-e-Ahl-e-Sunnat Me
79 (Imamat 15)  Hadees-e-Ghadeer
80 (Imamat 16)  Ahadees Baraiy Imamat
81 (Imamat 17)  Hadees-e-Wilayat
82 (Imamat 18)  Ahadees Baraiy Imamat

QAYAMAT HereafterClick here for Mp3    |   PLAYLIST

It means that a day is to come when the Almighty Allah will destroy the universe and after that make it alive and interrogate all the people about the deeds they performed in the world. Those who had faith and performed good deeds, will be sent to paradise and those who were faithless and committed evil deeds will be dispatched to hell. All the judgments of the judgment day shall be based on justice and on that day no one will be dealt with unjustly. Every person shall be recompensed exactly according to this or her deeds. In the Holy Quran the almighty Allah says: "So he who has done an atomís weight of good shall see it. And he who has done an atomís weight of evil shall see it". The disbelievers and polytheists will remain in hell forever and the believers shall reside in paradise. The intercession of prophets and Imams (a.s.) is true (a fact).

83 (Qayamat 1)  Qayamat Ki Tareef
84 (Qayamat 2)  Dunyawi Zindagi
85 (Qayamat 3)  Aalam-e-Ahtezaar (Dum Nikalnay Ka Waqt)
86 (Qayamat 4)  Maut
87 (Qayamat 5)  Maut Ke Baad
88 (Qayamat 6)  Barzakh
89 (Qayamat 7)  Mehshar Ta Aaraaf