How to write allah hafiz in urdu
Allah, because who is Allah but Allah? If you do a thorough search, you will find that the word 'Khuda' has a very elaborate meaning - from 'the powerful one' to 'the one to whom sacrifices are offered'.
Some continue to use the "Khuda hafiz" despite the popularity of "Allah hafiz".
We need to understand that 'your God and my God and his God and her God and that God and this God and their God' is for people who believe that there can possibly be more than one God.
No, I don't mean that 'Allah' is for Arabs alone.
However, if you give me the stupid reason that a Parsi also calls God 'khuda' than you are going to get a piece of my mind.
Now, if 'Allah' despite being used by other sects means Allah then I am sure 'Khuda' too can mean 'Allah' for me.
What I mean is that this sudden need among Indian Muslims to switch over from 'namaaz' to 'salaah' and the like, and also a sudden defilement of 'Khuda hafiz', have all arisen I believe from that same misconception that Muslim and Arab is synonymous.
I feel that this is ridiculous.
Allah hafiz reply
A few years back, a Roman Catholic bishop from the Netherlands, Tiny Muskens, attracted media interest after calling on people of all faiths to use the name Allah for God : "Allah is a very beautiful word for God. Some continue to use the "Khuda hafiz" despite the popularity of "Allah hafiz". Firstly, for the benefit of the readers, 'Khuda' is a word incorporated into Urdu from Persian like many other Urdu words. What does God care what we call him? Then what exactly do you mean when you say that 'so and so people also call their God 'Khuda'? We eat different food, speak different languages and have different cultures. What makes us Muslims is our proclamation: "There is One God. To keep it simple, we shall use the commonest meaning for which the term 'Khuda' is used, i. Yet, I don't find huge forums on the Internet debating the usage of the term. To these people, "Khuda hafiz" is part of an ideological battle to retain what they see as a more pluralistic approach towards religion, yet for others it is tradition or nostalgia that keeps the usage alive. There is no denying there are key theological differences between Islam , Christianity and other religions when it comes to the nature of God, but these don't necessarily mean people from different faiths can't use the same name, while simultaneously holding on to their own unique beliefs.
Yet, I don't find huge forums on the Internet debating the usage of the term. The belief in one God. Yet today, some people claim that Khuda can refer to any God, while Allah is the specific name for God in the Qur'anic scripture.
Hafiz meaning in urdu
If you do a thorough search, you will find that the word 'Khuda' has a very elaborate meaning - from 'the powerful one' to 'the one to whom sacrifices are offered'. He really does. We are united in our belief and our belief doesn't include us becoming Arabs. I feel that this is ridiculous. Do you realize that when Huzur Salallaho alaihe wasallam became a Prophet, Arabs belonging to the Jahiliya also worshipped Allah, only that they also worshipped Uzza, Lat, and Manat? However, obviously, not everyone in the world speaks Urdu, and not everyone in the world calls Allah 'Khuda. I have heard the same ridiculous notion earlier as well. Photograph: M.
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