POEM BY THE UNCLE
OF PROPHET MOHAMMAD
SAYUR-UL-OKUL is a poem by Umar-Bine-Hassnam (Poetic Title: ABBUL-HIQAM meaning Father of Knowledge). He was an uncle of Prophet Mohammed. He refused to get converted to Islam. He died a martyr at the hands of Muslim fanatics who wanted to wipe out non-Muslims. Prophet Mohammed’s uncle poem was adjudged as the best in the annual fair at Kaaba:
Prophet Mohammed’s uncle poem was adjudged as the best poem during OKAJ festival (pre-Islamic era) just before Mohammed stormed this great temple of Hindus. Still is the best poem for the entire civilized world:
Qafa Vinak Ziqra Min Ulumin Tav Aseru
Kaluban Ayattul Hawa Va Tazakkaru
A man who has spent all his life in sin and immortality and has wasted away his life in passion and fury,
Va Tazakeroha Audan Elalvadae Lilvara Valuk
Yane Zatulla He Yom Tab Aseru
If he repents in the end and wants to return to morality, is there a way for his redemption?
Va Ahlolaha Azahu Armiman Mahadev
O Manazel Ilamuddine Minjum Va Sayattaru
Even if only once he sincerely worship Mahadev, he can attain the highest position in the path of righteousness.
Va Sahabi Keylam Feem Qamil Hinde Yoman
Va Yaquloon Latahazan Fainnak Tavajjaru
Oh Lord! Take away all my life and in return pray grant me even a single day’s stay in Hind (India) as a man becomes spiritually free on reaching that holy land.
Mayassayare Akhalaqan Hasnan Kullahum
Najumum Azaat Summ Gabul Hindu
By dint of a pilgrimage of Hind a man attains the merit of noble deeds and gets the privilege of pious touch with ideal Hindu teachers.
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