Book Name:Hazrat Sayyiduna Talha bin Ubaidullah ki Sakhawat

1.         مَنۡ سَرَّهُ اَنۡ يَّنۡظُرَ اِلٰى شَهِيۡدٍ يَمۡشِى عَلٰى وَجۡهِ الۡاَرۡضِ فَلۡيَنۡظُرۡ اِلٰى طَلۡحَةَ بۡنِ عُبَيۡدِ اللّٰهِ: i.e. the


person, who wants to be pleased by beholding a (i.e. living) martyr, should look at Talhah Bin ‘Ubaydullah رَضِىَ اللهُ تَعَالٰی عَـنْهُ.

(Tirmizi, Kitab-ul-Manaqib, vol. 5, pp. 412, Hadees 3760)


2.         طَلۡحَةُ وَالزُّبَيۡرُ جَارَاىَ فِى الۡجَنَّةِ: i.e. Talhah and Zubayr (رَضِىَ الـلّٰـهُ تَـعَالٰی عَـنْهُمَا) will be my neighbours in Jannah. (Tirmizi, Kitab-ul-Manaqib, vol. 5, pp. 413, Hadees 3762)


Regarding this blessed Hadees, Hakeem-ul-Ummat, Mufti Ahmad Yar Khan رَحْمَةُ اللهِ تَعَالٰی عَلَيْه has stated: i.e. both these people will be very close to me in Jannah; neighbours are normally very close, they live near. (He رَحْمَةُ اللهِ تَعَالٰی عَلَيْه further says that) the fact that both these blessed personages were pious believers, their good end, success in the test of the grave, salvation on the Day of Judgement, their act of passing safely over the Siraat bridge, entrance in Jannah, and their status in Jannah, all this has been mentioned/understood in this blessed saying. (Mirat-ul-Manajih, vol. 8, pp. 440)


Let’s listen to the definitions of stinginess, generosity, who is a generous person and who is a miser:

Definition of stinginess (Bukhl)

Bukhl literally means stinginess and stinginess is to avoid spending money or assets in situations where it is compulsory to spend, as per Shari’ah, to spend habitually or out of courtesy. Or the act of not spending wealth where it is necessary, is also called stinginess.

(Al-Hadiqa-tun-Nadiyyah, vol. 2, pp. 27; Mufridat Alfaaz-ul-Quran, pp. 109)

Definition of generosity

In Ihya-ul-‘Uloom, Sayyiduna Imam Muhammad Bin Muhammad Bin Muhammad Ghazali رَحْمَةُ اللهِ تَعَالٰی عَلَيْه has mentioned the definition of generosity in these words that ‘Jood’ and ‘Sakha’ is the name of the middle path of extravagance and stinginess, prosperity and poverty. (Ihya-ul-‘Uloom, vol. 3, pp. 780)