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Ramadan 2007 (Seerat-e-Mustufa (S.A.W))


The Hands of Mercy

Hazrat Jabir bin Samorah (R.A) narrates that once, he performed Zohr Salaah with the Prophet (S.A.W) and later followed him to his home. Children ran towards the Holy Prophet (S.A.W) when they saw him, Rasoolullah (S.A.W) brushed his merciful hand over their cheeks, and also brushed his blessed hand over mine too, as I stood next to him. I felt the coolness of his hands, and such a strong fragrance was given off that it was as though he had just removed his hand from a box of perfume. (Muslim Shareef, Vol 2, Pg. 256)

Whoever touched Holy Prophet (S.A.W)

Blessed hands would find their hands fragrant through the entire day. If Rasoolullah (S.A.W) brushed his merciful hands upon a child, he/ she became famously distinguished amongst children.

Stomach and Chest

Both the stomach and chest of the Holy Prophet (S.A.W) were level. His chest was also wide. There was a straight, thin line of hair running from Rasoolullah (S.A.W) chest to his navel. Otherwise, the Prophet’s (S.A.W) stomach and chest were free from hair. However some hair were present on his blessed shoulders and wrists. (Shamaail Tirmidhi, Pg.2)

Blessed Feet

Our Beloved Prophet’s (S.A.W) feet were wide, his ankles fleshy and his shins narrow. The latter were so delicate and soft that water would flow off them almost instantly. (Shamaail Tirmidhi, Pg.2)

Rasoolullah (S.A.W) used to step on the ground very humbly whilst walking.
Hazrat Abu Hurairah (R.A) narrates, “I’ve not seen anyone faster than Rasoolullah (S.A.W), it was as if the ground was folding itself towards him. He still, however, walked calmly with no tiredness and was always before us even though we would run to catch up to him.” (Shamaail Tirmidhi, Pg.2)

Holy Prophet (S.A.W) used to spend long hours at night, remembering Allah (S.W.T). His blessed feet used to swell during this process. Allah saw this and sent down the Quranic verses, telling Holy Prophet (S.A.W) to rest some portions of the night to avoid the strain on his feet. (Surah Muzambil, verse 1 & 2)