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FINEST TEACHINGS ABOUT CONDUCT AND BEHAVIOUR (AS MENTIONED IN QURAN)
आचरण और व्यवहार के बारे में ( कुरान में वर्णित) बेहतरीन उपदेश
اخلاق اور برتاؤ (جیسا کہ قرآن مجید میں مکمل طور پر بیان فرمایا ہے) کے بارے میں بہترین تعلیمات أعوذ بالله من الشيطان الرجيم
بِسْمِ اللّٰهِ الرَّحْمٰنِ الرَّحِيْمِ
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सच्चे अक़ीदे के साथ अल्लाह पर ईमान रखना और नेक अमल करना इस्लाम के दो अहम रूक्न हैं! असल में, अमली तौर पर दुरूस्त होना, दिल में सच्चा अक़ीदा होने का सबूत है! यही कारण है कि पवित्र कुरआन में अकसर बयान हुआ है कि सच्चे मुसलमान वे हैं जो खालिसतन अल्लाह पर ईमान रखते हैं और नेक अमल करते हैं! कुरआन ईमान रखने वालों से खिताब करते हुए ब्यान करता है कि उनमें सबसे अच्छा वह आदमी है जो अन्य लोगों के प्रति अच्छा व्यवहार रखता है और हुस्न अख़लाक़ का बेहतरीन नमूना पेश करता है और अल्लाह और उसके रसूल के जरिए से बताए गए बेहतरीन तर्ज़े अमल पर क़ायम रहता है ! नीचे हम पवित्र कुरान की तालीमात की रौशनी में हमारे लिए निर्धारित बेहतरीन तर्ज़े अमल पर ग़ौर करने की कोशिश करेंगे!
سچے عقیدہ کے ساتھ اللہ پر ایمان رکھنا اور نیک عمل کرنا اسلام کے دو اہم ركن ہیں! اصل میں، عملی طور پر درست ہونا، دل میں سچا عقیدہ کا ثبوت ہے! یہی وجہ ہے کہ قرآن مجید میں اکثر بیان ہوا ہے کہ سچے مسلمان وہ ہیں جو خالص طور پر اللہ پر ایمان رکھتے ہیں اور نیک عمل کرتے ہیں! قرآن ایمان رکھنے والوں سے خطاب کرتے ہوئے بیان کرتا ہے کہ ان میں سب سے بہتر وہ شخص ہے جو دوسرے لوگوں کے لئے اچھا رویہ رکھتا ہے اور حسن اخلاق کا بہترین نمونہ پیش کرتا ہے اور اللہ اور اس کے رسول کے ذریعے سے بتائے گئے بہترین طرز عمل پر قائم رہتا ہے - نیچے ہم مقدس قرآن کی تاليمات کی روشنی میں ہمارے لئے مقرر بہترین طرز عمل پر غور کرنے کی کوشش کریں گے-
1. Justness and Truthfulness (न्याय्यता और सच्चाई) انصاف اور سچائی:
وَلَا تَلْبِسُوا الْحَقَّ بِالْبَاطِلِ وَتَكْتُمُوا الْحَــقَّ وَاَنْتُمْ تَعْلَمُوْنَ 42؀
باطل کا رنگ چڑھا کر حق کو مشتبہ نہ بنائو اور نہ جانتے بوجھتے حق کو چھپانے کی کوشش کرو ۔ (42)

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