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Sayyid Saeed Akhtar Rizvi - Your Questions Answered - Volume IV

Sayyid Saeed Akhtar Rizvi - Your Questions Answered - Volume IV

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Published by: Salman Book Centre on Sep 22, 2009
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Is fateha Khani" an Islamic custom? A poor man has to arrange a decent tea for all those
who come to console on the sad demise of his relative. Is this fair? Further, can we
celebrate the 20th, 30th or 40th of the death anniversary of a person or even of an Imam?

A. Fateha Khwani means reciting Sura-e-Fatiha (and the Holy Qur'an) for the thawab of
the deceased. It is not only allowed but also is very highly recommended. And it can be

performed on any day. If someone offers tea etc., to the participants, it is his own
generosity. If he does not have money to offer any refreshment it, he should not take loan
and should not burden himself in any way.

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