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Iran Islam Shia 8th Imam Ali Reza Son of Imam Musa Al-Kazim Natural Chrysoprase Green Agate Aqeeq Sterling Silver 925 Ring

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Iran Islam Shia Mashhad Imam Ali Reza Son of Imam Musa Al-Kazim (Imam Ali al-Ridha ibn Musa (as)) يا علي بن موسي الرضا  in nice Arabic Calligraphy on Both Sides of the Sterling Silver 925 Ring with Natural Chrysoprase Green Agate Aqeeq Aqiq on

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Wordings in nice Arabic Calligraphy on both sides of the Silver Ring read: YA ALI IBN MUSA AL-REZA ( the 8th Shia Imam Martyred in Mashhad by Caliph Mamoon Al-Abbasi ) meaning Oh Imam Ali Reza Son of Imam Musa Al-Kazem take my hand & help me. The Holy Shrine of Imam Reza(A.S.) is the sacred threshold where miracles  occur regularly.Till now, thousands of seriously and incurable patients has been miraculously healed at the Holy Shrine by Emam Reza(A.S.).

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Weight:  Approx. 15.5 grs.

Imam Reza (A.S.), the eighth Imam was born on Thursday 11th Zee al-Qa'adah 148 A.H. / 29 December 765 A.D. in Madinah. The new-born child was named Ali by his holy father, Imam Musa al-Kazim (A.S.), the seventh Imam. He was divinely entitled "Reza" and his nickname was Abul Hasan.

For many times Imam Musa al-Kazem (A.S) explicitly introduced his eldest son "Ali" as his immediate successor to accede to the divine position of Imamat. Subsequent to the martyrdom of his father in Baghdad, on the 25th of Rajab 183 A.H. / 1 September, 799 A. D. in the prison of Abbasid caliph, Harun-al-Rashid, he attained the holy position of Imamat, when he was thirty five years old, and he held that divine position for twenty years. 

Three Abbasid caliphs were his contemporaries: for the first ten years Harun al- Rashid, for next five years Amin and finally for the last five years Ma'mun.

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Ahadith of Imam Reza(A.S.)

1. He who compares and likens Allah to his creations is a polytheist and the one who attributes something which has been forbidden for HIM is an infidel (Wasail ush Shia, Vol 18, P557)

2. Faith is to one grade superior and sublime to Islam and piety is one degree superior to faith and certitude and certainty is one step superior to faith and nothing more elegant and excellent than certitude has been bestowed upon the sons of Adam (A.S.) (Bihar ul Anwar Vol 78, P 338)

3. Faith has four pillars: Trusting and relying upon Allah, and contentment and pleasure with the divine will, and submittance to the ordain and ordinance of Allah, and delegation and turning over (the affairs) to Allah. i-e (total submission and resignment to Allah). (Bihar ul Anwar Vol 78,P 338)

4. And faith means performing and discharging the obligatory duties and avoiding the committing of forbidden acts and faith is the recognition and knowing (Allah) through the heart and admitting and confessing through the tongue and practicing through the parts of body (physically).

(Tuhaf ul Aqool, P 422)

5. One day Imam Reza (A.S.) mentioned Quran and so he described the magnanimity and glory of its authority and its miraculous saying, "That is the firm cable of Allah and firmest handhold and the ideal and model path, it guides and leads toward paradise and is the saviour from the fire (of Hell).

It does not corrode and wear out by the passage and flow of time. More over, it's continuous repetition and recitation through the tongue does not devalue and depreciate it, since, it is not made to exist for a certain age and period apart from other ages and periods. Instead, it has been made a proof and logic for all human beings. Falsehood does neither find passage in the front and afore of it nor from it's back side.

It has been descended (revealed) by Allah, the All wise, All praise worthy. (Bihar ul Anwar Vol 92, P 14)

6. Rayyan says I said to Imam Reza (A.S.) "What do you say about Quran?" So he replied "It is the speech of Allah, do not exceed and move ahead of it and do not seek guidance from other than it, otherwise, you would go astray. (Bihar ul Anwar Vol 92, P 117)

7. "Indeed Imamate is the rein of religion and the system of Muslims and the righteousness and welfare of the world and the honour and glory of faithful, Verily, Imamate is the growing and ongoing root of Islam and it's elevated and sublime branch.

Services, alms, fasting, Hajj and Jehad (the holy war) attain completion and perfection and the Allah's bounds, sanctions, and ordinances get executed, and the frontiers and boundaries (of Islamic lands) get safe and secure, through Imam. (Usul Kafi, Vol 1, P 200)

8. About the workers and officials of sultan (king, ruler). Becoming part of the officials of them and providing of help and assistance to them and putting in endeavour to fulfill their needs and requirements is the equivalent to infidelity. And looking intentionally and purposely at them is one of the great sins which deems one fit to deserve the hell fire.

(Bihar ul Anwar Vol 75, P 374)

9. Allah may take pity and be merciful to the servant who resurrects and revives our affair so I said "And how is it that your affair gets revived?" He responded", By learning our knowledge and teaching them to the people. (Wasail ush Shia, Vol 18, P 102)

10 - A faithful will not become (real) faithful till such time he acquires three qualities: A way of Allah's treatment, the Prophet's rule and a rule of his Wali. However, the Allah's treatment is the concealing of his secret. Allah said "The Knower of the unseen!So He does not reveal His secret to any. Except to him whom He chooses as an apostle.

More over, the Sunnah and rule of the Prophet (S.A.W.) is conciliation with the people. So Allah commanded the Prophet (S.A.W.) to conciliate with the masses saying. "Take to forgiveness and enjoin good."

Nevertheless, the rule of his Wali is "Exercising patience and endurance in (the times of) adversities, poverty and apprehensions." (Usul Kafi, Vol 2, P 241)

11. The intellect of a Muslim man does not mature and complete until he has ten qualities: -

1) Benevolence and benefaction be expected and hoped from him.

2) And people be secure and peaceful from his evil doing.

3) He considers the small amount of benefaction from others as abundant and plentiful.

4) And takes plenty of his own benevolence and goodness to be a meagre amount of it.

5) He does not get tired and exhausted by the demands and requirement asked to be fulfilled.

6) He does not get fatigued and restless from seeking knowledge for all the length of his life.

7) He loves poverty more than the plentifulness and affluence, on the course of Allah.

8) And he loves disgrace and abjectness of the way of Allah more than the honour on the course of His enemy.

9) And anonymity is more liked by him than fame.

Then he Holy Imam(A.S) said. "The tenth one and what is the tenth?

The person asked him (A.S.) "What is that?" Imam (A.S.) reflected, "He does not see a person but that he says "He is better and more pious than myself."

(Bihar ul Anwar Vol 78, P 336)

12. He who takes himself to account is benefited and the one who gets negligent and careless about himself bears loss. And the one who fears (Allah) becomes peaceful. And that one who takes lesson becomes most clear sighted and discerning. And he who become most clear sighted understands and he who understands and comprehends becomes knowledgeable and informed.

(Bihar ul Anwar Vol 78, P 352)

13. A person asked Imam Reza (A.S.) "Who are the best of servants?

So he responded "Those men that when they perform good deed they become glad and when they perform a bad deed they ask the forgiveness (of Allah) and when they are granted they thank (for it). And while they get afflicted and grieved they exercise patience. And when they get enraged and angry they forgive. (overlook other faults). (Tuhaf ul Aqool, P 445)

14. And avoiding the cardinal and grave sins and these are murdering and killing the soul that Allah has forbidden...

And committing adultery, and stealing and drinking (wine) and opposing (annoying) the parents, and running away fleeing the battle front (in Jehad) and misappropriating and eating the wealth of orphans oppressively and eating the carrion (flesh of dead creature) and drinking blood and taking meat of pig (pork) and eating the meat of animals which are slaughtered without Allah's name being taken at the time of slaughtering them.

And eating (taking) interest after the clear cut ordain and the illicit and forbidden (wealth), and the arrow shuffling and gambling, and diminishing reducing in measures and weights and accusing the chaste (virtuous) women and sodomy and giving of false witness and disappointment with the commiseration of Allah and considering oneself safe from the plan of Allah. (fearlessness from Allah's plan) and dismay from the blessing and commiseration of Allah and helping and assisting the aggressors and tyrants and reliance and trust upon them. And taking false oath and retention of rights without being hard up and telling lie.

And pride and arrogance and spending lavishly and wasting and squandering (of resources) and dishonesty and depreciating and belittling Hajj and combating and standing up against the representatives of Allah. And involvement and libidinous pleasures) And insisting upon committing sins. (Aoyun Akhbar ur Reza(A.S.), Vol 2, P 127)

15. There are some grades of self-conceit. One among them is that the evil acts of a servant gets decorated to him and he takes them for good deeds and boasts and gluts about them and considers them as nice acts performed by him. And one of them is that a servant acquires faith and belief upon Allah and then boasts of a favour conferred upon Allah, where as, Allah has done him a favour in it. (Bihar ul Anwar Vol 78, P 336)

16. Had Allah not frightened people by paradise and hell even then it would have been obligatory for them to obey Him and not commit His disobedience because of his favours and kindnesses upon them. And His granting them the beneficiences to start with, whithout any of their rights. (Bihar ul Anwar Vol 71, P 174)

17. If it is asked why people were ordered to fast? It would be answered so that they may know the trouble of hunger and thirst and thus get the idea about the poverty (hunger and thirst) of the Hereafter. And the fast keeper may get humbled, belittled, humiliated, destitute, indigent (more over) they may get the reward of Allah and be patient and forbearing in the wake of the (trouble) they face from hunger and thirst with knowing of Allah and sincerity. So fasting will be the cause of their getting reward. More over, this will bring about the control of lustful desires and become the admonition in this world.

And make them submit to the performance and offering of what has been made obligatory for them and guides them to (the affairs of) Hereafter.

Nonetheless, they by keeping fast understand and comprehend the severeness and extremity and the amount of hardships and miseries that the poor and afflicted ones have to bear in this world. So they give away the obligatory amounts which Allah has made obligation for them to pay out of their wealths.

(Bihar ul Anwar Vol 96, P 370)

18. The Jamaat prayers (the collective and assembly prayers) have only been made so that the sincerity, oneness of Allah and the adoring and worshipping of Allah gets obvious, known, apparent & common. Because the show of it will complete the proof of the oneness of Allah to the people of East and West. And will make the hypocrite and the one who has disrespecting attitude, humble and respectful to something which is the cause of admitting and acknowledging the apparent of Islam and the submission to it.

And to the effect that the witnesses of people upon the Islam (being Muslim) of each other becomes lawful and possible.

Moreover, it becomes the (cause of) cooperation & co- working of them upon good acts and piety and their taking distance from plenty number of evil acts forbidden by Allah.

(Aoyun Akhbar ar Reza(A.S.), Vol 2, P 109; Al-Hayat Vol 1, P 233)

19. Indeed Allah has commanded three things (in Quran) which are proximate with three others. He ordered the prayers and alms. So the one who offers prayer and does not pay alms, his service is not accepted from him.

And He ordered His thanks giving with that of the parents. So the one who does not thank his parent has not thanked Allah. And He commanded fear of Allah and connecting with the kinship. So the one who does not connect with the blood relations is not afraid of Allah. (Aoyun Akhbar ar Reza(A.S.), Vol 1, P 258)

20. Do not let the good deeds and Ijtehad and endeavour in worship go, depending and trusting upon the love of the Muhammad's (S.A.W.) house hold. (Bihar ul Anwar Vol 78, P 347)

21. Be careful of greed and jealousy, since, these (vices) have perished the previous nations. And beware of stinginess because it is a calamity which will not be found in a free man and a faithful.

This (vice) is against and controversial to faith. (Bihar ul Anwar Vol 78, P 346)

22. Silence is a door among the doors of wisdom. Indeed, silence begets and attracts love it is the proof of all the beneficences. (Bihar ul Anwar Vol 78, P 355)

23. Behave with the friend humbly and with the enemy carefully and the general people, with smiling and blooming face. (Bihar ul Anwar Vol 78, P 355)

24. Allah dislikes futile (useless) talk and squandering the wealth and begging (asking things). (Bihar ul Anwar Vol 78, P 335)

25. The miser does not have any comfort and so do the jealous not have any joy and felicity and the (kings) (rulers) do not have faithfulness and trust worthiness and the liar does not have any manlihood (forbearance).(Bihar ul Anwar Vol 78, P 345)

Imam Al Ibn Musa Ar Reza(as) sayings

Doing 6 things without doing the other 6 things is self-mockery.
* Asking forgiveness from Allah verbally without repenting with the heart.
* Asking for Allah's help without undertaking any effort.
* Making a firm resolution to do something without taking due precautions.
* Beseeching deliverance from hell fire without refraining from lusts.
* Asking Allah for paradise without enduring related hardships.
* Remembering Allah without anticipating to encounter him.
Imam Raza (AS) also said,
"Nothing will weigh more heavier in the mizan than good morals"
* "Listening to Music is one of the major sins"
* "Meet one another so that affection may increase"

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  • Description: Iran Islam Shia Mashhad  Imam Ali Reza Son of Imam Musa Al-Kazim (Imam Ali al-Ridha ibn Musa (as))   يا علي بن موسي الرضا   in nice Arabic Calligraphy on Both Sides of the  Sterling Silver 925  Ring with  Natural   Chrysoprase Green  Agate Aqeeq Aqiq on -- Wordings in nice Arabic Calligraphy on both sides of the Silver Ring read: YA ALI IBN MUSA AL-REZA ( the 8th Shia Imam Martyred in Mashhad by Caliph Mamoon Al-Abbasi ) meaning Oh Imam Ali Reza Son of Imam Musa Al-Kazem take my hand & help me. The Holy Shrine of Imam Reza(A.S.) is the sacred threshold where miracles  occur regularly.Till now, thousands of seriously and incurable patients has been miraculously healed at the Holy Shrine by Emam Reza(A.S.). --- Weight:  Approx.  15.5 grs. Imam Reza (A.S.), the eighth Imam was born on Thursday 11th Zee al-Qa'adah 148 A.H. / 29 December 765 A.D. in Madinah. The new-born child was named Ali by his holy father, Imam Musa al-Kazim (A.S.), the seventh Imam. He was divinely entitled "Reza" and his nickname was Abul Hasan. For many times Imam Musa al-Kazem (A.S) explicitly introduced his eldest son "Ali" as his immediate successor to accede to the divine position of Imamat. Subsequent to the martyrdom of his father in Baghdad, on the 25th of Rajab 183 A.H. / 1 September, 799 A. D. in the prison of Abbasid caliph, Harun-al-Rashid, he attained the holy position of Imamat, when he was thirty five years old, and he held that divine position for twenty years.   Three Abbasid caliphs were his contemporaries: for the first ten years Harun al- Rashid, for next five years Amin and finally for the last five years Ma'mun.
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