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Wednesday, March 20, 2019

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Abu Bakr Siddiq


      Abu Bakr Siddiq

Abu Bakr was born in 573 C.E., in the city of Makkah. His parents were Uthman bin Abu Qahafah and Ummul Khair. This noble and wealthy family belonged to the tribe of Quraysh, the same tribe as that of Muhammad(Pbuh) At birth he was named Abdul Kabah (servant of Kabah), and when he accepted Islam, he was named 'Abdullah (servant of Allah). However, he became known as Abu Bakr, the father of the camel, as he loved camels and knew a lot about them. Abu Bakr was three years younger than the Prophet Muhammad(Pbuh) and, as they were very much alike, he became his childhood friend. Abu Bakr remained his closest Companion and the Prophet once said, No one has been a better companion to me than Abu Bakr.
When Prophet Muhammad(Pbuh) was twelve years old, he had gone to Syria with his uncle, Abu Talib, with a trading caravan. During that trip, Bahira (a monk) on seeing Muhammad(Pbuh) predicted that one day he would be a prophet. Abu Bakr was also with the caravan. From that day onwards, Abu Bakr was convinced that this prophecy would come true. Abu Bakr was known for his good character. He was honest and truthful; hardworking and fair in his dealings. He was extremely kind and helped the poor and the sick. He spoke eloquently and enjoyed composing poetry. He was intelligent and had an excellent memory.
As a merchant he traveled a lot and the experiences he had on his journeys broadened his general knowledge and outlook on life. As a merchant he traveled a lot and the experiences he had on his journeys broadened his general knowledge and outlook on life.
 In 610 C.E., Prophet Muhammad(Pbuh) was told by Angel Jibrail that he has been chosen as the messenger of Allah. Three> family members, Khadija, Ali and Zaid bin Haritha (the Prophet's adopted son) immediately accepted Islam. Abu Bakr was the first person outside the family to do so without any hesitation. Abu Bakr was a rich merchant. He knew that his acceptance of Islam would have a negative affect on his business. However, he made up his mind to support Islam at any cost.
He made no secret of his conversion to Islam. He persuaded many very influential people to do so as well, such as Uthman bin Affan, Abdur Rahman bin Auf, Sa'ad bin Abi Waqgqas, Abu Ubaidah, Abu Salma, Zubair bin Awam, Talha bin Ubaidullah and several others. All these men were of a high status and proved to be a great asset to Islam

Slaves who accepted Islam were persecuted and tortured by their owners. Abu Bakr purchased many of them and set them free. Bilal, the first 'muadhdhin' the one who calls for prayer) of Islam was one of them. Wherever Muhammad Pbuh) went, Abu Bakr went with him and he often risked his life to protect the Prophet. After the death of his wife Khadija and his uncle Abu Talib, the Holy Prophet was sad. Things were not going well for Muslims either. One night in 620 C.E. the Prophet was taken to the Heavens (al-Mi'raj). People ridiculed him when they heard that he had gone to Masjid al-Aqsa in Jerusalem and from there to the Heavens. A number of people, some of them Muslims, came to Abu Bakr and expressed doubts about the possibility of this journey. He silenced them with his eloquent reasoning and told them that he would believe anything the Prophet said. Thus he earned the title of 'al-Siddig, which means a very strong and honest friend.
A man came up and insulted Abu Baki onde day when he was sitting with the Prophet. Abu Bakr listened but remained silent. The man insulted him again. But Abu Bakr continued to hold his peace. When the man kept on with his verbal attack, Abu Bakr could no longer control himself, and answered back. On hearing this, the Prophet immediately got up to leave.. 'Why have you left your place, Prophet of God?' Abu Bakr asked. 'As long as you remained silent, Abu Bakr,' the Prophet replied, 'God's angel was answering for you. But as soon as you burst out, the angel left, and I am leaving too."
A man came up and insulted Abu Bakr one day when he was sitting with the Prophet. Abu Bakr listened but remained silent. The man insulted him again. But Abu Bakr continued to hold his peace. When the man kept on with his verbal attack, Abu Bakr could no longer control himself, and answered back. On hearing this, the Prophet immediately got up to leave..
 'Why have you left your place, Prophet of God?' Abu Bakr asked. 'As long as you remained silent, Abu Bakr,' the Prophet replied, 'God's angel was answering for you. But as soon as you burst out, the angel left, and I am leaving too."



Monday, March 18, 2019

Abu Bakr Siddiq


            Abu Bakr Siddiq
                                         

             The First Caliph of Islam



Abu Bakr was a rich man and was famous for his good character and generous nature. After converting to Islam, he used his money for defending and helping fellow Muslims. He purchased and set free many slaves. The first muazzin of Islam, Bilal Habashi, was purchased and set free by Abu Bakr. When the Prophet received the first revelation from Allah and when he was taken to the Heavens (al-Mi'raj). Abu Bakr ee believed the Prophet and stood by him. Thus, he earned the title of 'al-Siddig, which means a very strong and honest friend. The Prophet once said, No one has been a better companion to me than Abu Bakr. In order to finance the Tabuk expedition on the Syrian border, the Prophet invited the Muslims to contribute towards it. Uthman gave ten thousand camels and Umar contributed half of his wealth. When Abu Bakr came with his contributions, the Prophet asked as to what he had left behind for himself and his family. Abu Bakr said, "I have brought all that I had. I have Allah and His Prophet left for myself and my family!"

Sunday, March 17, 2019

Indian National Flag


Indian National Flag

The Indian National Flag is the symbol of the land and people of India. Our National Flag is a tricolour panel made up of three rectangular panels or sub-panels of equal widths. The colour of the top panel is India saffron (Kesaria) and that of the bottom is India green. The middle panel is white, bearing at its centre the design of the Ashoka Chakra in navy blue colour with equally spaced spokes. The Ashoka Chakra is visible on both sides of the Flag in the centre the white panel. The Flag is rectangular in shape with the ratio of the length to the height (width) being 3:2. Dr S. Radhakrishnan explained about the National Flag in the Constituent Assembly which adopted it, "Bhagwa or the saffron colour denotes renunciation or disinterestedness The white in the centre is light, the path of truth to guide our conduct. The green shows our relation to the soil, our relation to the plant life here on which all other life depends. The shoka Wheel is the wheel of the law of dharma. Truth or satya, dharma or virtue ought to be the controlling principles of those who work under this flag. Again, the wheel denotes motion. There is life in movement. India must move and go forward.
If done properly, there is no restriction on the display of the National Flag by common people, private organisations or educational institutions. Consistent with the dignity and honour of the Flag as detailed in the Flag Code of India, anyone may hoist/display the National Flag on all days and occasions, ceremonial or otherwise Where the practice is to fly the Flag on any public building, it must be flown on the building on all days including Sundays and holidays and, except as provided in the Code, it shall be flown from sunrise to sunset irrespective of weather conditions. The Flag may be flown on such a building at night also but this should be only on very special occasions The Flag must not be used as a drapery in any form except in State/Military/Central Paramilitary Forces funerals. In such cases also the Flag must not be lowered into the grave or burnt in the pyre. The Flag must not be draped over the hood, top, sides or back of a vehicle, train or boat. It must not be used or stored in such a manner as may damage or soil it. When the Flag is in a damaged or soiled condition, it must not be cast aside or disrespectfully disposed of but be destroyed as a whole in private, preferably by burning. The Flag must not be used as a covering for a building. Although the Flag can be used as a costume or uniform, it should not be used as undergarments or below the waist. It must not be embroidered or printed upon cushions, napkins, etc. Lettering of any kind must not be put upon the Flag. It must not be used in any form of advertisement. Showing disrespect or insult to the National Flag is a punishable offence.
The National Flag must not be flown from a single masthead simultaneously with any other flag. There must be separate mastheads for different flags. When a foreign dignitary travels in a car provided by Government, the National Flag is flown on the right side of the car and the Flag of the foreign countries on the left side of the car In the event of the death of the President, the Vice-President or the Prime Minister, the National Flag is half-masted throughout the country. Over the last five decades, several people including members of the armed forces have laid down their lives to keep the tricolour flying in its full glory. We must salute and cherish our National Flag.






School's Subject

School's Subject


            SUBJECT
English
Hindi
Urdu
Arabic
 Sanskrit
 Math                      (1) Biology
 Science  ------------(2) Chemistry
History                    (3) Physics
Geography
Art
 Music
 Commerce
 Economics
 Psychology
Sociology
Agriculture
Home Science etc…..

Ministers of State

Ministers    of State



1
Parliamentary Affairs, Statistics, Programme Implementation
Vijay Goel

2
Finance, Shipping
Radhakrishnan P

3
Drinking Water and Sanitation
S. S. Ahluwalia

4
Drinking Water and Sanitation
Ramesh Chandappa Jigajinagi
5
Social Justice and Empowerment
Ramdas Athawale
6
Steel                                
Vishnu Deo Sai
7
Rural Development
Ram Kripal Yadav
8
Home Affairs
Hansraj Gangaram Ahir
9
Mines and Coal
Haribhai Parthibhai Chaudhary
10
Railways
Rajen Gohain
11
External Affairs
General (Retd ) V K Singh
12
Agriculture and Farmers Welfare, Panchayati Raj
Parshottam Rupala
13
Social Justice and Empowerment
Krishan Pal
14
Tribal Affairs
Jaswantsinh Sumanbhai Bhabhor
15
Finance
Shiv Pratap Shukla
16
Health and Family Welfare
Ashwini Kumar Choubey
17
Tribal Affairs
Sudarshan Bhagat
18
Human Resource Development
Upendra Kushwaha
19
Home Affairs
Kiren Rijiju
20
Women and Child Development, Minority Affairs
Dr. Virendra Kumar
21
Skill Development and Entrepreneurship
Anantkumar Hegde
22
External Affairs
M. J. Akbar
23
Food Processing Industries
Sadhvi Niranjan Jyoti
24
Science and Technology, Earth Sciences
Y. S. Chowdary
25
Civil Aviation
Jayant Sinha
26
Heavy Industries, Public Enterprises
Babul Supriyo
27
Social Justice and Empowerment
Vijay Sampla
28
Parliamentary Affairs, Water Resources, River Development and Ganga Rejuvenation
Arjun Ram Meghwal
29
Textiles
Ajay Tamta
30
Agriculture, Farmers Welfare
Krishna Raj
31
Road Transport, Highways, Shipping Chemicals and Fertilizers
Mansukh L Mandaviya
32
Health and Family Welfare
Anupriya Patel
33
Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution, Commerce and Industry
C. R. Chaudhary
34
Law and Justice, Corporate Affairs
P. P. Chaudhary
35
Defence
Subhash Ramra
36
Agriculture and Farmers Welfare
Gajendra Singh Shekhawat
37
Human Resource Development, Water Resources, River Development and Ganga Rejuvenation
Dr. Satya Pal Singh

Saturday, March 16, 2019

Cabinet Ministers



                 Cabinet   Ministers

1
Home Affairs
Raj Nath Singh
2
External Affairs
Sushma Swaraj
3
Finance Corporate Affairs
Arun Jaitley
4
Road Transport and Highways; Shipping Water Resources, River Development and Ganga Rejuvenation
Nitin Jairam Gadkari
5
Commerce and Industry
Suresh Prabhu
6
Statistics and Programme Implementation
D V Sadananda Gowda
7
Drinking Water and Sanitation
Uma Bharati
8
Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution
Ramvilas Paswan
9
Women and Child Development
Maneka Sanjay Gandhi
10
Chemicals and Fertilizers, Parliamentary Affairs
Ananth Kumar
11
Law and Justice Electronics and Information Technology
Ravi Shankar Prasad
12
Health and Family Welfare
Jagat Prakash Nadda
13
Civil Aviation
Ashok Gajapathi Raju Pusapati
14
Heavy Industries, Public Enterprises
Anant Geete
15
Food Processing Industries
Harsimrat Kaur Badal
16
Rural Development, Panchayati Raj, Mines
Narendra Singh Tomar
17
Steel
Chaudhary Birender Singh
18
Tribal Affairs
Jual Oram
19
Agriculture and Farmers Welfare
Radha Mohan Singh
20
Social Justice and Empowerment
Thaawar Chand Gehlot
21
Textiles, Information and Broadcasting
Smriti Zubin Irani
22
Science and Technology, Earth Sciences, Environment, Forest, Climate Change
Dr. Harsh Vardhan
23
Human Resource Development
Prakash Javadekar
24
Petroleum and Natural Gas, Skill Development and Entrepreneurship
Dharmendra Pradhan
25
Railways, Coal
Piyush Goyal
26
Defence
Nirmala Sitharaman
27
Minority Affairs
Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi


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