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    Platter (Kunday) in the month of Rajab

    On 22nd of Rajab-ul-Murajjab, Muslims cook Khir and Puri (which is called ‘Kunday’) for conveying Sawab to Sayyiduna Imam Ja’far Sadiq Radi Allahu Anhu. There is no reason for declaring this ritual sinful or impermissible. However on this occasion, some women read ‘Story of 10 Ladies’ or ‘Story of a Woodcutter’, that is impermissible as these stories and ‘Story of Janab-e-Sayyidah’ are unfounded. So avoid reading these stories. Instead, recite Surah Yasin as it will bring the Sawab of reciting the Holy Quran ten times.

    Remember that it is not a binding to serve Khir in some platter only; it may be served in any type of crockery and it may be distributed outside the home as well. In fact, the basis of Niyaz and Fatiah is Isal-e-Sawab, and serving Kunday in the month of Rajab is a sort of Isal-e-Sawab. Isal-e-Sawab is proven from the Holy Quran and Hadis. Isal-e-Sawab may be performed by means of supplications and also by Fatiah on cooked food.

    Prophet’s companions would convey Sawab

    Shaykh ‘Allamah Jalaluddin Suyui Radi Allahu Anhu has reported that the companions Radi Allahu Anhum would feed others on behalf of the deceased Muslims up to seven days. (Al-awi lil-Fatawa lis-Suyuti, vol. 2, pp. 223)

    A companion donated the garden on behalf of his mother

    When Sayyiduna Sa’d Bin ‘Ubadah’s mother passed away; he Radi Allahu Anhu presented himself in the court of the Beloved Prophet Sallalahu Alaihi Wasallam and inquired, ‘My mother has died in my absence; if I donate something in charity on her behalf, will it benefit her?’ The Noble Prophet Sallalahu Alaihi Wasallam replied, ‘Yes.’ The companion Radi Allahu Anhu said, ‘So, I testify making you a witness that I donate my garden in charity on her behalf.’ (Sahih Bukhari, vol. 2, pp. 241, Hadis 2762)

    Hence it became evident that conveying Sawab by feeding meals and by donating garden that is money is permissible. ‘Kunday’ is in fact spending money for conveying Sawab.

    A’la Hazrat Imam Amad Raza Khan Rehmatullah Alaih has stated: Having cooked the meals and donating as charity on behalf of deceased Muslims is undoubtedly permissible and commendable, and doing Fatiah on such meals for the purpose of conveying Sawab is second commendable act; combining the two (good) things is nothing but an increase in the goodness. (Fatawa Razawiyyah, vol. 9, pp. 595)

    For every Muslim, it is commendable that whatsoever good deeds he performs, he should convey their Sawab to all the preceding and succeeding Muslims, whether dead or alive (i.e. starting from Sayyiduna Adam Alaihi Salam to all the Muslims that will come till the onset of Doomsday). The Sawab will reach every Muslim and the one conveying the Sawab will be rewarded with the Sawab equivalent to that of all those. (Fatawa Razawiyyah, vol. 9, pp. 617)

    The act of conveying the Sawab should be done with good intentions rather than out of ostentation or for the sake of earning remunerations; otherwise it will not bear Sawab and obviously conveying of Sawab will be meaningless in such cases i.e. when Sawab has not become due then how can it be conveyed to the deceased? (Bahar-e Shari’at, vol. 1, pp. 201)

    If 22nd Rajab-ul-Murajjab is not the day of demise…

    Evil whisper: It is said that 22nd Rajab-ul-Murajjab is not the death anniversary of Sayyiduna Imam Ja’far Sadiq Radi Allahu Anhu, in fact he passed away on 15th Rajab-ul-Murajjab; therefore Kunday should not be arranged on 22nd Rajab-ul-Murajjab. (Shawahid-un-Nubuwwah, pp. 245)

    Answer to the evil whisper: Ok. Let’s assume that there is some contradiction in date of demise of Sayyiduna Imam Ja’far Sadiq Radi Allahu Anhu, but since it is a long lasting tradition among the Muslims to arrange Kunday for his Isal-e-Sawab on the 22nd Rajab-ul-Murajjab and since Isal-e-Sawab is permissible whenever it is done throughout the year, therefore, declaring Kunday as impermissible is a false blame on Shari’ah. Such false accusers should read Verse 87 in Part 7 of Surah Al-Maidahand take heed to the commandment of Allah azwajal where it is stated:

    "O People who believe! Do not forbid the pure things, which Allah azwajal has made lawful for you, and do not cross the limits; indeed Allah azwajal dislikes the transgressors."
    [Kanz-ul-Iman (Translation of Quran)] (Part 7, Surah Al-Maidah, Verse 87)

    Fixing the day

    As per Shari’ah, it is neither essential to fix a time or duration for Isal-e-Sawab nor there isany harm in fixing the time for conveying Sawab. The fixing of days is of two kinds:
    1. Shar’i: Where Shari’ah has specified the time for doing something such as animal sacrifice, Hajj, etc.
    2. ‘Urfi (customary): Where Shari’ah has not specified the time but people fix a time at their own for the sake of mutual convenience or for remembrance or for some other benefit. For example, in these times, the fixing of time for congregational Salah in the Masajid is customary whereas in the past era, there was no such time fixing; congregational salah was offered whenever people would congregate. In fact, the Blessed Prophet Sallalahu Alaihi Wasallam himself fixed time for several things and similar practice of fixing the time can be seen in the lives of the companions Radi Allahu Anhum and the saints of Islam, for example:

    1. The Holy Prophet Sallalahu Alaihi Wasallam scheduled the annual visit to the holy shrines of martyrs of Uud in the last part of the year. (Dur-re-Mansur, vol. 4, pp. 640)

    2. The Beloved and Blessed Prophet Sallalahu Alaihi Wasallam used to visit Masjid-e-Quba on Saturdays. (Sahih Muslim, pp. 724, Hadis 1399)

    3. The morning and evening time was set for religious counselling with Sayyiduna Siddiq Akbar Radi Allahu Anhu (Sahih Bukhari, vol. 1, pp. 180, Hadis 476)

    4. Sayyiduna ‘Abdullah Bin Mas’ud Radi Allahu Anhu fixed the day of Thursday for delivering the sermons. (Sahih Bukhari, vol. 1, pp. 42, Hadis 70)

    5. The scholars of Islam fixed the day of Wednesday for commencement of new lessons. (Ta’lim-ul-Muta’allim, pp. 72) (Fatawa Razawiyyah, vol. 9, pp. 585-586)

    It is Gunah to declaring any permissible to act ritual sinful or impermissible without any reason. May Allah azwajal remove satanic whispers!

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