Hazrazt Ali (R)
Hazrat Ali was the 4th Caliph of Islam. He was born at Malla in 600 A.D. Abut Talib his father./ he used to be with the Prophet (SM) from his boyhood. When Hazrat Ali (R) was a boy of ten years the Prophet (SM) received Prophethood. Hazrat Ali accepted Islam and earned the honout of being the first Muslim among the youngs. At the time of Prophet’s migration from Makka to madina Hazrat Ali remained at the house of the Prophet (SM) talking the risk of life to return the deposits entrusted at the custody of the Prophet (SM).
Hazrat Ali (R) was a very strong and brave warrior. He took part in many battles against the dnon-believers when none could conquer the well protected Qamus fort of the jewes,then the Prophet (SM) sent Hazrat Ali. Hazrat Ali (R) only with one knock broke a very large and heavy iron gate of the fort. He not only broke it but also took it in his hand and started fighting the large gate as buckler. Seeing this horrible conditionally. After the battle was over no strong brave heto could even lift that gate. With this occurrence the Prophet (SM) gave him the title of Adadullah (the lion of Allah). During the conprest of Makka the flag of the Muslim army was brightening its beauty at the hand of the great warrior, Hazrat Ali (R).
Hazrat Ali (R) s elected Caliph after the martyrdom of Hazrat Uthman (R) in 566 AD. Facing multiple problems and difficulties he tried his best to do good for the people.
From his boy hood upto the end of his life Hazrat Ali (R) lead a very simple life. He did not like pomp and grandeur. He used to earn his livelihood with hard work and led a hard life. He had no pride and vanity. Being the Cliph of the Muslim world he used to do his family work with his own hand and live in worn-out. He used to adjust with rich and poor alike. Hazrat Ali (R) possessed a nice and excellent character. He received martyrdom at the hand of an assailant while performing Salat.
We shall learn the ideas of bravery, modesty and simplicity from the life of Hazrat Ali (R).
Hazrazt Ali (R)