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This doc majorly discuss importance of saying Asalam-o-alakium, and how effects the culture with in an organization....
This doc majorly discuss importance of saying Asalam-o-alakium, and how effects the culture with in an organization....

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Published by: Amara Ajmal on Jan 07, 2009
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Q:The importance of Assalam-o-Elukum and Musafah onthe organization culture and efficiency of an enterprise.RELIGIOUS IMPORTANCE OF SAYINGASSALAM-O-ELUKUM AND HAND SHAKING
“But if ye enter houses salute each other agreeting or blessing and purity as from Allah.(sura 24 Ayah 61)Saying or offering Salam is an act that has both evident and dormant benefits. Our Holy Prophet (P.B.U.H) mentioned its importancerepeatedly.(1)Hazrat Abdullah Bin Umru Bin Al Aas (R.A.H) quotes that theProphet Muhammed (P.B.U.H) said,” Try to spread sayingSalam, you will reach paradise safely.”(2)A companion of the Holy Prophet (P.B.U.H) asked him,”Whichdeed is the best in Islam?” The Prophet (P.B.U.H) said,”To provide food to the hunger and to pay Salam to all whether youknow or do not know him.”(3)Hazrat Abu-Hurrairah (R.A.H) quotes,The Prophet(P.B.U.H) said that you couldn’t get paradise until you becomea true Muslim. This is only possible when you love each other.An act which produce love &affection amongst you is to spreadsaying Salam to each other. By the religious point of view, the various benefits of saying Salamare as follows.(a)It is a sort of prayer by which one wishes blessings for theother person.(b)It encourages the feeling of love &affection amongst eachother.(c)One gets ten rewards by offering Assalam-o-elukum to theother Muslim, twenty by saying Assalam-o-elukum-wa
Rahmatullah and thirty by saying Assalam-o elukum-wa-Rahmatullah-wa-Baraktah.Hazrat Abu-Ummama (R.A.H) quotes that the Prophet(P.B.U.H) said,”Amongst the people the one who is most closeto God is that who offers Salam first.Hazrat Ibn-e-Masud (R.A.H) quotes that the Prophet (P.B.U.H)said,”The one who offers Salam first is free from proudness.”
(1)When two Muslims meet whether they know or do notknow each other.(2)At the time of entering into a house or leaving it.(3)At the time of joining &leaving a meeting.(4)The younger should pay Salam to elder, the passenger or  passerby to the one who is sitting or is stationary andgroup of smaller people to the group of larger people.(5)A single person can offer Salam on the behalf of a group&the reply can also be given vice versa.
During meeting hand shaking in addition to paying Salam is amuch-likened act. It indicates the extent of love, happiness,affection and respect being conveyed amongst each other.Hazrat Ibn Masud (R.A.H) quotes that the Prophet (P.B.U.H)said,”The paying of salam ends in handshaking.”Hazrat Barah Bin Azib (R.A.H) quotes that the Holy Prophet(P.B.U.H) said,”When two muslims meet, have handshakingand pray to God, they will be pardoned.”

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