Alf ek. Silent Conversations: Aik Alif 2019-12-01

Silent Conversations: Aik Alif

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It symbolizes the selfness of God as well as His unity. Essentially, sufis like Bulle Shah defined this ideal to be something that can be attained without mystical knowledge or rituals or strict adherence to a sect, needing only faith and devotion. Gulzaar ne Ghalib kay milne kay description mein roshni kay qataron aur Qoran kay panno ka zikr kiya thha. This is of course a quick and oversimplified version but it should be enough to understand the context and the meaning of alif here. Sayeen Zahoor says it after the sentence 'Ik Alif teray darkaar' and Hamza says it after 'Kaisi nayya?.

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It is the first letter in the Arabic character set. I'm studying Panjabi, so I know what an Alif is, but I'm not sure what the meaning of this line is. If we now take away the next Laam from Lahu we arrive at: Hu - the Divine Pronoun, pointing to the Real Being - the Real Alone. What does 'Aik' mean in the title of the song? La ilaha illa Hu - there is no other reality but Hu. The letter also takes on the archetypal value of the whole alphabet, which it begins and is thus also identified with Adam, the archetypal man or father of humankind. Both Sayeen Zahoor and Ali Hamza seems to utter a word very briefly like 'huq'.

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Is he trying to say that you don't need anything at all, more than words? The Arabic letter Alif is equivalent to the letter 'A' in the English alphabet or Alpha in Latin. I have two questions, please help me:- 1. This seems to have been in part arising due to what they saw as an increase in the complexity of religion and the importance it placed on rituals and priests. Anonymous In Arabic numerology or Abjad, the Alif represents the number one and belongs to the element of fire, therefore illumination. If we take away the first letter which is Alif we arrive at: Lillah. An alif should do for you.

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But in case you didn't, the line comes from a poem by the Sufi poet and philosopher Bulle Shah. If we now take away the first letter Laam from Lillah we arrive at: Lahu. . . .

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