Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Al-Asma-ul Husna (The Best Names of Allah)

Al-Asma-ul Husna is 99 Names of Allah (The Best Names of Allah/ The Most Beautiful Names of Allah). Islam explained that Allah has 99 The Best Names. As Allah said in The Holly Koran (Qur'an), Surah Thaa-Haa, verse 8: "Allah.! Laa Ilaaha Illa Huwa (none has the right to be worshiped but He)! to Him belong the Best Names".
We are commanded to Ask God (Dua) by mentioning those best names, as His word in Surah Al-A'raaf, verse 180 : "And (All) the Most Beautiful Names belong to Allah, so call on Him by them, and leave the company of those who belie or deny (or utter impious speech against) His names. They will be requited for what they used to do".
The 99 Best Names of Allah are as follows :
  1. Al-Rahman (الرحمن) means "The Most Beneficent"
  2. Ar-Rahiim (الرحيم) means "The Most Merciful"
  3. Al-Malik means (الملك) "The King, The Sovereign Lord"
  4. Al-Quddus means (القدوس) "The Holy"
  5. As-Salaam means (السلام) "The source of peace"
  6. Al-Mu'min means (المؤمن) "The guardian of faith"
  7. Al-Muhamimin means (المهيمن) "The protector"
  8. Al-'Aziiz means (العزيز) "The Almighty"
  9. Al-Jabbar means (الجبار) "The compeller"
  10. Al-Mutakabbir means (المتكبر) "The Majestic"
  11. Al-Khaliq means (الخالق) "The Creator"
  12. Al-Baari' means (البارئ) "The Evolver, The Maker"
  13. Al-Mushawwir means (المصور) "The Fashioner of Forms"
  14. Al-Ghaffar means (الغفار) "The Forgiver"
  15. Al-Qahhaar means (القهار) "The All Compelling Subduer"
  16. Al-Wahhaab means (الوهاب) "The Best over"
  17. Al-Razzaaq means (الرزاق) "The Provider"
  18. Al-Fattaah means (الفتاح) "The Opener"
  19. Al-'Aliim means (العليم) "The All Knowing"
  20. Al-Qaabid means (القابض) "The Constrictor"
  21. Al-Baasith means (الباسط) "The Expander, The Munificent"
  22. Al-Khaafid means (الخافض) "The Abaser"
  23. Ar-Raafi' means (الرافع) "The Exalter"
  24. Al-Mu'izz means (المعز) "The Giver of Honor"
  25. Al-Mudzil (المذل) means "The Giver of Dishonor"
  26. Al-Samii' (السميع) means "The All Hearing"
  27. Al-Bashiir (البصير) means "The All Seeing"
  28. Al-Hakam (الحكم) means "The Judge, The Arbitrator"
  29. Al-Adl (العدل) means "The Utterly Just"
  30. Al-Lathiif (اللطيف) means "The Subtly Kind, The subtle one"
  31. Al-Khabiir (الخبير) means "The All Aware"
  32. Al-Haliim (الحليم) means "The Forbearing, The Indulgent"
  33. Al-Adhiim (العظيم) means "The Magnificent, The Great One"
  34. Al-Ghafuur (الغفور) means "The All Forgiving"
  35. Al-Syakuur (الشكور) means "The Appreciative"
  36. Al-'Aliy (العلى) means "The Most High"
  37. Al-Kabiir (الكبير) means "The Most Great"
  38. Al-Hafiidh (الحفيظ) means "The Preserver"
  39. Al-Muqiit (المقيت) means "The Nourisher, The Maintainer"
  40. Al-Hasiib (الحسيب) means "The Reckoner"
  41. Al-Jaliil (الجليل) means "The Sublime One"
  42. Al-Kariim (الكريم) means "The Bountiful, The Generous"
  43. Al-Raqiib (الرقيب) means "The Watchful"
  44. Al-Mujiib (المجيب) means "The Responsive, The Answerer"
  45. Al-Waasi' (الواسع) means "The Vast, The All Encompassing, The All-Embracing"
  46. Al-Hakiim (الحكيم) means "The Wise"
  47. Al-Waduud (الودود) means "The Loving, The Kind One"
  48. Al-Majiid (المجيد) means "The Most Glorious One"
  49. Al-Baa'its (الباعث) means "The Raiser of Dead, The Resurrector"
  50. Al-Syahiid (الشهيد) means "The Witness"
  51. Al-Haqq (الحق) means "The Truth, The Real"
  52. Al-Wakiil (الوكيل) means "The Trustee, The Dependable"
  53. Al-Qawiyyu (القوى) means "The Most Strong"
  54. Al-Matiin (المتين) means "The Firm One, The Steadfast"
  55. Al-Waliyy (الولى) means "The Protector, Patron and Helper, The Protecting friend"
  56. Al-Hamiid (الحميد) means "The All Praiseworthy"
  57. Al-Muhshii (المحصى) means "The Reckoner"
  58. Al-Mubdi' (المبدئ) means "The Originator"
  59. Al-Mu'iid (المعيد) means "The Restorer"
  60. Al-Muhyii (المحي) means "The Giver of Life"
  61. Al-Mumiit (المميت) means "The Creator of Death"
  62. Al-Hayyu (الحي) means "The Alive"
  63. Al-Qayyuum (القيوم) means "The Self Subsisting Sustainer of All"
  64. Al-Waajid (الواجد) means "The Finder"
  65. Al-Maajid (الماجد) means "The Noble"
  66. Al-Waahid (الواحد) means "The Unique One"
  67. Al-Ahad (الاحد) means "The One"
  68. Al-Shamad (الصمد) means "The Eternal"
  69. Al-Qaadir (القادر) means "The All Able"
  70. Al-Muqtadir (المقتدر) means "The Powerful"
  71. Al-Muqaddim (المقدم) means "The Expediter, He who brings forward"
  72. Al-Mu'akkhir (المؤخر) means "The Delayer, He who puts far away"
  73. Al-Awwal (الأول) means "The First"
  74. Al-Aakhir (الأخر) means "The Last"
  75. Al-Dhahiir (الظاهر) means "The Manifest, The All Victorious"
  76. Al-Baathin (الباطن) means "The Hidden, The All Encompassing"
  77. Al-Waali (الوالي) means "The Patron, The Governor"
  78. Al-Muta'alli (المتعالي) means "The Most Exalted"
  79. Al-Barri (البر) means "The Source of All Goodness"
  80. Al-Tawwab (التواب) means "The Acceptor of Repentance"
  81. Al-Muntaqim (المنتقم) means "The Avenger"
  82. Al-Afuww (العفو) means "The Pardoner, The Most Forgiving of Sins"
  83. Al-Ra'uuf (الرؤوف) means "The Compassionate, The All Pitying"
  84. Malikul Mulk (مالك الملك) means "The Eternal Owner of All Sovereignty"
  85. Dzul Jalaali Wal Iqrom (ذوالجلال والاكرام) means "The Lord of Majesty and Bounty"
  86. Al-Muqsith (المقسط) means "The Equitable, The Requiter"
  87. Al-Jaami' (الجامع) means "The Gatherer, The Unifier"
  88. Al-Ghaniyy (الغنى) means "The Self-Sufficient"
  89. Al-Mughnii (المغنى) means "The Enricher"
  90. Al-Maani'u (المانع) means "The Most Preventer"
  91. Al-Dhaarr (الضار) means "The Distresser, The Harmer"
  92. Al-Naafi'u (النافع) means "The Propitious, The Benefactor"
  93. Al-Nuur (النور) means "The Light"
  94. Al-Haadii (الهادى) means "The Guide"
  95. Al-Badii'u (البديع) means "The Incomparable"
  96. Al-Baaqi' (الباقئ) means "The Everlasting"
  97. Al-Waarits (الوارث) means "The Supreme Inheritor of All"
  98. Al-Rasyiid (الرشيد) means "The Guide to The Right Path"
  99. Al-Shobuur (الصبور) means "The Most Patient"

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