About

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

   اسلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته

I have created this blog in hopes to rescue my years of collection of notes, lectures and other educational materials, from vanishing under a pile of nothingness. It is a safety measure, so I do not loose everything with the crash of my hard-drive (as I learned very recently) or in the event of any other personal disaster (insha’allah).

The material here will mainly be of Islamic in nature, and so I hope to refresh and re-learn from my notes. If you’ve anything that is interesting and educational, then please feel free to forward it to me.  I hope this blog will be a source of benefit for me, as well as for others.

6 Responses to “About”

  1. Amaturrahman Says:

    Mashallah keep up the good work ukhtee ! May Allah bless you with more beneficial knowledge (Ameen)🙂

  2. fromkarachi Says:

    Ameen wa’ajma3een.
    Jazakillahu Kahiran, ya amaturrahman! So nice to hear from you🙂

  3. Ameera Says:

    Wow, your blog is really very good. InshAllah, may Allah reward you for this great effort at making small lessons in Tajweed so easy and accessible. I’m learning Tajweed, Alhamdolillah, and that’s one reason why I can tell you’re making it easy – as a beginner, I found it quite comprehendible, with a little concentration!

    May Allah reward you!

    Assalamualaikum!

  4. fromkarachi Says:

    Assalamu Alaykum Warehmatullahi wabarakatuh Ameera,

    Jazakilllahu khayran, I am glad they are of use to others.
    However, I can’t take the credit for them🙂 , I simply have copy/pasted most of it given to us by our dear teacher, May Alllah reward her abundantly and bless her, ameen.

    Wassalamu Alaykum.

  5. chameleon47 Says:

    mashaAllah..im glad to see pakistanies making an effort on the web, in spreading the word of Allah….may Allah keep us steadfast on Islam.

    wassalaam wr wb
    sa’ad bin ahmed

  6. fromkarachi Says:

    Assalamu ALaykum warehmatullahi wabarakatuh,
    JazakumAllahu khayran for the kind words. And Ameen to the duas.
    Allahumma thabbit quloobuna a3la deenika.

    Please, do remember me in your duas.
    Wassalamu alaykum warehmatullahi wabarakatuh

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