Aalameen

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The word "Aalameen" is featured in the beginning verse of Surah Al-Fatiha (Arabic: سورة الفاتحة‎), opening of the Muslim Holy Quran.

In Islamic philosophy, ʿĀlamīn (عالمين) (lit. worlds) (genitive plural of ʿālam (عالم) refers to the Universe, Worlds, or cosmos.[1] This includes humans, plants, animals, earth, stars, jinn and angels.

Aalameen further have three 3 categories.

1. Zumri

Zumri mean this world, where each things need physical existence. e.g. Humans, Animal, Plants etc.

2. Dahri

  Dahri mean that there is no physical existence, such ghost,rooh etc. 

3. Sarmadi

   There is no physical and no rooh. this place have only noor, noorani human.

So Aalamen includes these three categories.

It is not to be confused with al-ʾAmīn, (Arabic: الأمين), meaning 'the trustworthy,' which was one of the nicknames given to Muhammad.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Hans Wehr. "Hans Wehr 4th edition, page 745". Retrieved 29 August 2014. 

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