Qanoon-e-Islam: Or, The Customs of the Moosulmans of India; Comprising a Full and Exact Account of Their Various Rites and Ceremonies, from the Moment of Birth Till the Hour of Death
Parbury, Allen, and Company, 1832 - 436페이지
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lxxiii 페이지 - Thee do we worship, and of Thee do we beg assistance. Direct us in the right way, in the way of those to whom thou hast been gracious; not of those against whom thou art incensed, nor of those who go astray.
lxxiii 페이지 - the following short prayer: Praise be to God, the Lord of all creatures, the most merciful, the King of the day of judgment, Thee do we worship, and of Thee do we beg assistance. Direct us in the right way, in the way of those to whom thou hast been gracious; not of those against whom thou art incensed, nor of those who go astray.
332 페이지 - His command, when he willeth a thing, is only " that he saith unto it, ' Be,' and it is: wherefore praise be " unto him, in whose hand is the kingdom of all things, " and unto whom ye shall return at the last day.
393 페이지 - when it shall please him, he shall raise him to " life. Assuredly. He hath not hitherto fully performed " what God hath commanded him. Let man consider his " food, in what manner it is provided. We pour down " water by showers; afterwards we cleave the earth in " clefts, and we cause corn to spring forth therein."—
323 페이지 - With Him are the keys of the secret things, none " knoweth them besides himself. He knows that which is " on the dry land and in the sea: there
428 페이지 - will occur by daylight, the ladies have a custom of watching for the moment the year shall commence by a fresh rose, which being plucked from the stalk is thrown into a basin of water, the eye downwards. They say, this rose turns over of itself towards the sun at the very moment of that luminary
428 페이지 - All kinds of dried fruits and nuts, confectionary and cakes, are numbered amongst the necessary articles for this day's offering. They are set out in small earthen plates, lacquered over to resemble silver, on which is placed coloured paper, cut out in curious devices (an excellent substitute for
429 페이지 - I should remark here, that almost all the trees of India have perpetual foliage. As the season approaches for the new leaves to sprout, the young buds force off the old leaves, and when the trees are thus clothed in their first delicate foliage, there is a yellow tinge in the colour, which is denominated
427 페이지 - If at midnight, the colour would be dark puce, almost a black; if at mid-day, the colour would be the brightest crimson. Thus to the intermediate hours are given a shade of either colour, applicable to the time of the night or the day when the sun enters the sign Aries; and whatever be the colour to suit the hour of