Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Bar Ibne Muljim Lanat Beshumaar

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uske chehre par jurton ki mar
sala kuta kamina chamar


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The First Beats of the Chains on a Childs Back

Death Fuck Your Sting

The Shia Blogger Documents Pain

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be it your religion
or his religion
peace through
a human campaign
be it the 14 stations
of the cross
labagh cha raja
ja ma durge
or the chant
of ya hussain
all religion
are One

each in his own way sustains
through mutual coexistence tolerance
amity maintains

21 Ramzan Allaahummal'an Qatalatal Ameeril Momeneen

Shooting Shiasm Through Chapters of Blood Written By Ali And Hussain

21 Ramzan Allaahummal'an Qatalatal Ameeril Momeneen

Shooting Shiasm As My Path of Peace and Humanity

21 Ramzan Amal at Zainabia

Allaahummal'an Qatalatal Ameeril Momeneen 21 Ramzan

Allaahummal'an Qatalatal Ameeril Momeneen 21 Ramzan

Taboot of Hazrat Imam Ali 21 Ramzan

Alī ibn Abī Ṭālib (Arabic: علي بن أﺑﻲ طالب; Transliteration: ʿAlī ibn Abī Ṭālib, /ʕaliː ibn ʔæbiː t̪ˤɑːlib/13th Rajab, 24 BH–21st Ramaḍān, 40 AH; approximately October 23, 598 or 600[2] or March 17, 599 – January 27, 661[4]) was the cousin and son-in-law of the Islamic prophet Muhammad, and ruled over the Islamic Caliphate from 656 to 661. Sunni Muslims consider Ali the fourth and final of the Rashidun (rightly guided Caliphs), while Shi'a Muslims regard Ali as the first Imam and consider him and his descendants the rightful successors to Muhammad, all of which are members of the Ahl al-Bayt, the household of Muhammad. This disagreement split the Muslim community into the Sunni and Shi'a branches.[1]

Most records do indicate that during Muhammad's time, Ali was the only person born in the Kaaba sanctuary in Mecca, the holiest place in Islam.[5] His father was Abu Talib ibn Abd al-Muttalib and his mother was Fatima bint Asad[1] but he was raised in the household of Muhammad, who himself was raised by Abu Talib, Muhammad's uncle. When Muhammad reported receiving a divine revelation, Ali was among the first to accept his message, dedicating his life to the cause of Islam.[4][6][7][8]

Ali migrated to Medina shortly after Muhammad. There Muhammad told Ali that he had been ordered by God to give his daughter, Fatimah, to Ali in marriage.[1] For the ten years that Muhammad led the community in Medina, Ali was extremely active in his service, leading parties of warriors on battles, and carrying messages and orders. Ali took part in almost all the battles fought in defense of the early Muslim community.

Ali was appointed caliph by Muhammad's companions in Medina after the assassination of the third caliph, Uthman ibn Affan.[9] He encountered defiance and civil war (First Fitna) during his reign. In 661, Ali was attacked while praying in the mosque of Kufa, dying a few days later.[10]

In Muslim culture, Ali is respected for his courage, knowledge, belief, honesty, unbending devotion to Islam, deep loyalty to Muhammad, equal treatment of all Muslims and generosity in forgiving his defeated enemies. Ali retains his stature as an authority on Qur'anic exegesis, Islamic jurisprudence and religious thought.[11] Ali holds a high position in almost all Sufi orders which trace their lineage through him to Muhammad. Ali's influence has thus continued throughout Islamic history.[1]

The incident of Mubahala
Main articles: Mubahala and Hadith of Mubahala
See also: Ahl al-Bayt

According to hadith collections, in 631 an Arab Christian envoy from Najran (currently in northern Yemen and partly in Saudi Arabia) came to Muhammad to argue which of the two parties erred in its doctrine concerning Jesus. After likening Jesus' miraculous birth to Adam's creation[34], Muhammad called them to mubahala (cursing), where each party should ask God to destroy the lying party and their families.[35] Muhammad, to prove to them that he is a prophet, brought his daughter Fatimah and his surviving grandchildren, Hasan ibn Ali and Husayn ibn Ali, and Ali ibn Abi Talib and came back to the Christians and said this is my family and covered himself and his family with a cloak. [36] Allameh Tabatabaei explains in Tafsir al-Mizan that the word "Our selves" in this verse [35] refers to Muhammad and Ali. Then he narrates Imam Ali al-Rida, eighth Shia Imam, in discussion with Al-Ma'mun, Abbasid caliph, referred to this verse to prove the superiority of Muhammad's progeny over the rest of the Muslim community, and considered it the proof for Ali's right for caliphate due to Allah made Ali like the self of Muhammad.[37]

Ghadir Khumm

As Muhammad was returning from his last pilgrimage in 632, he made statements about Ali that are interpreted very differently by Sunnis and Shias.[1] He halted the caravan at Ghadir Khumm, gathered the returning pilgrims for communal prayer and began to address them[38]:

"O people, I am a human being. I am about to receive a message from my Lord and I, in response to Allah's call, (would bid good-bye to you), but I am leaving among you two weighty things: the one being the Book of Allah in which there is right guidance and light, so hold fast to the Book of Allah and adhere to it. He exhorted (us) (to hold fast) to the Book of Allah and then said: The second are the members of my household I remind you (of your duties) to the members of my family.[39]."

This quote is confirmed by both Shi’a and Sunni, but they interpret the quote differently.[40]

Some Sunni and Shi'a sources report that then he called Ali ibn Abi Talib to his sides, took his hand and raised it up declaring[41]

"For whoever I am a Mawla of, then Ali is his Mawla[42]."

The Shia's regard these statements as constituting the investiture of Ali as the successor of Muhammad and as the first Imam; by contrast, the Sunnis take them only as an expression of Muhammad's closeness to Ali and of his wish that Ali, as his cousin and son-in-law, inherit his family responsibilities upon his death. [43] Many Sufis also interpret the episode as the transfer of Muhammad's spiritual power and authority to Ali, whom they regard as the wali par excellence.[1][44]

On the basis of this hadith, Ali later insisted on his religious authority superior to that of Abu Bakr and Umar.[45]


On the 19th of Ramadan, while Ali was praying in the mosque of Kufa, a Abd-al-Rahman ibn Muljam, a Kharijite, assassinated him with a stroke of his poison-coated sword. Ali, wounded by the poisonous sword, lived for two days before dying in Kufa on the 21st of Ramadan in 661.[93]

Ali ordered his sons not to attack the Kharijites, even though a single member of the group of Kharijites killed him. Ali said to his son, Imam Hasan that if he lives on he will forgive Abd-al-Rahman ibn Muljam and free him, however, in the event of his death, ibn Muljim should get one equal hit and not more regardless if he dies from the hit or not, just as Ali himself received one hit from Abd-al-Rahman ibn Muljam.[94] Thus,Imam Hasan fulfilled Qisas and gave equal hurt as Ali got to ibn Muljam.[88

Ganesha Workshops Ganesh Gully 2009

Marziya Shakir Shoots .. Single Frame on Continuous Mode

The Dabbawalas of Dadar Station (West)

The Miracle Church of Mahim

Appu at Chor Bazar With His Sister

Made in India

Making Love At Carter Road

lovers are unfortunate
have no place to go
on the rocks
lashed by waves
fear of drowning
you know
hassled by eunuchs
who extort money
or lifting their sarees
eczema infested
private parts show
if you dont pay them
they fuck
your lust and libido
on the other hand
cops fine you
1200 bucks
pure extortion
legally so
the horny
watching you
his sorrow
when she goes
down on you

if you take
her to madh islands
you need a lot of dough
national park
you have to forgo
as they will rape you
your girlfriend also
old fucked people
hate lovers
they dd the
same thing
in their steps
you follow
in a sanctimonious
overtly hollow
where even
a homo
cant hold
the hands
of another

Masturbating His Sorrow In His Dreams

he is not happy
with life it seems
sleeping on the great
wall of despair
he soundlessly screams
masturbating his sorrow
in his dreams
his woman has
left him for
another man'
an athlete
heavenly endowed
from a over hyped
cricket team
he has deleted her from
his fucked consciousness
as a poetic thought
she still
reigns supreme
the heart and whole
of his Flickr
photo stream
street poetry
within street images
pedestrian theme
curdled cold cream
down in his

Shake Well Before Use

a bottle of despair
bottled sexuality
by which
he swears
shake well
before use
if it breaks
you cant repair
you cant borrow
your neighbors
or get one
he will spare
a hornets nest
camouflaged by
unwanted hair
a swollen
held by a pair
down there
has committed
more sins
in a woman's lair
a one eyed
has been
loved worshiped
humiliated hated
his head in shame
has always
been there
his contribution
you would have
not been born
to be fair
it was this
a cosmic affair
a little bit of spice
in your mothers
two minutes
9 months agony
she had to bare

Ganesha at Carter Road

Anil Bhartiya Saab The Guru of All Good Things

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“Let no man in the world live in delusion. Without a Guru none can cross over to the other shore.”
Guru Nanak Saab

Anil Bhartiya is a very low profile person, quiet, reticent and minds his own business , he has seen life lived life , he has seen good times bad time hard times , but never complained, he has never been proud arrogant , he is the most talented brilliant fine art as well as a creative photographer.

He is one of the finest photo journalists but humble to the core..I owe much to him , and others like me he has taught at the various outdoor shoots Malshej Ghat Alibagh Murud Janjira.

Anil Bhartiya is a one man army God has stopped making Anil Bhatiyas completely parts are not easily available..and this is a fact he has at home with every genre of photography, he has contributed a lot to photographers in Mumbai and all over India.

He has a great fan following from Kanyakumari to Kashmir , he has been my earliest support base and even at the few recent photo shoots I inquired about him from fellow photo journalists.

A good teacher is like a candle - it consumes itself to light the way for others.

This quote symbolizes Anil Bhartiya in a few words ..

This is my humble tribute to a great master.. may he live long peace and spiritual success be with him always.

Our Faith Ahle Bayt

Flickr Without Headache

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Navratri Khamkhya Temple Assam

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