AL-MAJID: The All-Glorious

AL-MAJĪD (المجيد) The All-Glorious, The Exalted, The Majestic One, The Noble, The Illustrious, The Most Honorable, The Praiseworthy Related name: AL-MĀJID (الماجد) The Honorable Arabic root Both MAJĪD (محيد) and MĀJID (ماجد) come from the root (م ج د) which has the following classical Arabic connotations: to be glorious, dignified, majestic, noble, honorable; to be […]

DHUL JALALI WAL IKRAM: Owner of Majesty and Generosity

DHŪL JALĀLI WAL IKRĀM (ذو الجلال والإكرام) Owner of Majesty and Generosity, Lord of Majesty and Bounty, Master of Majesty and Honor, Possessor of Glory and Honor, Owner of Loftiness and Nobility Arabic root DHUL JALALI WAL IKRAM begins with a pronoun DHU followed by two verbal nouns JALAL (glory, majesty) and IKRAM (generosity, bounty). […]


A year before Hijrah to Madina, Prophet Muhammad ﷺ   was taken by Allah, from Masjid Al Haram to Masjid Al Aqsa and then towards the heaven and shown different signs in Jannah and Jahannum.  In this trip, he ﷺ was gifted with the obigation of the five prayers, the last two ayaat of Surah Al-Baqarah […]