موت کے بعد زندگی، اردو
امام جلال الدین سیوطی
اردو ترجمہ: احمد حسن ساہی، فاضل دار العلوم محمدیہ غوثیہ بھیرہ شریف
Mot Ke Bad Zindagi (life after death), Urdu
Original work by Imam Jalaluddin Suyuti
Urdu translation by Ahmed Hasan Saahi
Sharh al-Sudoor by al-Suyuti
شرح الصدور بشرح حال الموتى و القبور - السيوطي
By: Imam Jalaluddin Suyuti (d. 911 AH)
A great wonderful book about the death and life hereafter, by the great Imam and author al-Suyuti. This book describes everything in Islam about the death, the grave, the dealings in the grave, and the details of life hereafter. It also has a chapter on visitng the graves, specially those of pious and righteous people.
- (شرح الصدور), translated by Allama Faiz Ahmed Awaisi (علامہ محمد فیض احمد اویسی), Download PDF
Why do you deceive yourself? By Harun Yahya - Amharic
The lifestyles and life goals of the millions of people who live in non-religious communities are very similar to one another. The years pass quickly and then all of a sudden, they face the greatest and most inescapable truth of life: The time of death comes. However, until that moment, they have thought of death very little or not at all. They have been unable to understand the true purpose of life by reflecting upon such realities. While in this condition, they meet with death when they least expect it, unprepared for the Hereafter.
There are various mechanisms people use to ignore the truths of life and to console themselves by doing so. One of these, perhaps the most effective, is self-deception. A person who deceives himself believes he can evade all realities including death and all responsibilities. In fact self-deception is not a solution. What a person really needs to accomplish is to avoid deceiving himself by ignoring the truth, and to take the maximum possible advantage of the period that Allah has allotted to him in the world.
Do not forget that waking up and seeing the truth at the moment of death does nobody any good.
What happends after death? by Jalaluddin Suyuti (Bengali)
Author: Imam Jalaluddin Suyuti (and Mawlana Ashiq Ilahi)