9th Class English Unit 1 The Saviour of Mankind (PBUH) Urdu Translation

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9th Class English Lesson 1 Urdu Translation

1.Arabia is a land of unparalleled charm and beauty with its trackless deserts of sand dunes in the dazzling rays of a tropical sun. Its starry sky has excited the imagination of poets and travelers. It was in this land that the Rasool ( ليہ والہ وسلم 􀊋 اللہ 􀊄 ص) was born, in the city of Makkah, which is about fifty miles from the Red Sea.  9th Class English Lesson 1 The Saviour of Mankind (PBUH)

2.The Arabs possessed a remarkable memory and were an eloquent people. Their eloquence and memory found expression in their poetry. Every year a fair was held for poetical competitions at Ukaz*3. It is narrated that Hammad*1 said to Caliph Walid bin Yazid

The Saviour of Mankind (PBUH) Urdu Translation

“I can recite to you, for each letter of the alphabet, one hundred long poems, without taking into account ( بغیر 􀎲 بغیر، گ 􀎳 خیال ک ) short pieces (مختصر اشعار یا نظمیں) and all of that composed exclusively by poets before the promulgation of Islam.” It is no small wonder that Allah Almighty chose the Arabic language for His final dispensation and the preservation of His Word. 9th Class English Lesson 1 The Saviour of Mankind (PBUH

9th Class English Unit 1 Urdu Translation

1-Hammad was a celebrated poet of superior order and native of Kufa. He is better known as the surname Arjad (naked). He flourished during Omayyad and Abbasid dynasties. He was a boon-companion to the Omayyad prince Al-Walid Ibn Yazid. 

2-Walid ibn Yazid or Walid II (709 – 17 April 744) was an Umayyad caliph who ruled from 743 until 744. He succeeded his uncle, Hisham ibn Abd al-Malik. 3.In the fifth and sixth centuries, mankind stood on the verge of chaos. It seemed that the civilization which had taken four thousand years to grow had started crumbling. 

9th Class English Saviour of Mankind (PBUH) Translation

At this point in time, Allah Almighty raised a prophet from among themselves who was to lift humanity from their ignorance into the light of faith. 4. When Hazrat Muhammad ( صلى الله عليه وسلم) was thirty-eight years of age, he spent most of his time in solitude and meditation. In the cave of Hira, he used to retire with food and water and spend days and weeks remembrance of Allah Almighty. 5.The period of waiting had come to a close. 

His heart was over flowing with profound compassion for humanity. He had a pressing urge to eradicate wrong beliefs, social evils, cruelty and injustice. The moment had arrived when he was to be bestowed with Prophethood. One day, when he was in the cave of Hira, Hazrat Jibril () came and conveyed to him the following message of Allah Almighty.

 6.The revelation of the Divine message which continued for the next twenty-three years had begun, and the Rasool ( صلى الله عليه وسلم) had arisen to proclaim the Oneness of Allah (Tauheed) and the unity of mankind. His mission was to destroy the nexus of superstition, ignorance, and disbelief, and set up a noble conception of life and lead mankind to the light of faith and divine bliss. 

7.Since the belief was threatening their dominance in the society, the pagan Arabs started to mount pressure on the Rasool ( صلى الله عليه وسلم) and his followers. They wanted them to renounce their cause and take to idol-worshipping. On one occasion, they sent a delegation to the Rasool’s ( صلى الله عليه وسلم) kind and caring uncle, Abu Talib. 

The Saviour of Mankind (PBUH)

They told him to restrain the Rasool ( صلى الله عليه وسلم) from preaching Allah Almighty’s message, or face their enmity. Finding himself in a dilemma, he sent for his nephew, and explained to him the situation. The Rasool ( صلى الله عليه وسلم) responded with these memorable words: “My dear uncle, if they put the sun in my right hand and the moon in my left, even then I shall not abandon the proclamation of the Oneness of Allah (Tauheed). I shall set up the true faith upon the earth or perish in the attempt.” 

8. The Rasool’s ( صلى الله عليه وسلم) uncle was so impressed with his nephew’s firm determination that he replied: “Son of my brother, go the way, none will dare touch thee. I shall never forsake thee.” 9. And the Rasool ( صلى الله عليه وسلم) did go the way Allah Almighty had chosen for him. Imbued with Divine 

Guidance and firm resolve, the Rasool ( صلى الله عليه وسلم) encountered all the challenges ( مسائل ) with grace and dignity. In no time, he elevated man to the highest possible level in both spiritual and worldly domains. He was also a driving force behind Arab conquests, which have created an everlasting impression on human history. 

English Lesson 1 The Saviour of Mankind

No wonder, he is universally acknowledged as the most influential figure in history. In the words of Michael Hart, a great historian: “Muhammad ( صلى الله عليه وسلم), however, was responsible for about the theology ( دينى نظريات ) of Islam and its main ethical and moral principles. In addition, ( مزيد برآں ) he played a key role ( اہم/مرکزی کردار ) in proselytizing the new faith, and in establishing the religious practices..... 

In fact, as the driving force behind the Arab conquests, he may well rank as the most influential political leader of all time.... The Arab conquests of the seventh century have continued to play an important role in the human history, down to the present day. 

10. Such a thorough of men and society owes to the Rasool’s ( صلى الله عليه وسلم) deep faith in Allah Almighty, to his love for humanity and to the nobility of his character. Indeed, his life is a perfect model to follow. In reply to question about the life of the Rasool ( (صلى الله عليه وسلم Hazrat Ayesha said:

9th Class Complete English  Questions Wise according to annual Exams 2022

Question No. 1 MCQs (Objective)

Question No. 2 Questions / Answers any five

Question No. 3 Translation Textbook Paragraphs into Urdu (any two)

1.       The Saviour of Mankind (PBUH)

2.       Patriotism

3.       Media and Its Impact

4.       Hazrat Asma (R.A)

5.       Daffodils

6.       The Quaid’s Vision and Pakistan

7.       The Sultan Ahmad Mosque

8.       Stopping By Woods on A Snowy Evening

9.       All is not Lost

10.   Drug Addiction

11.   Noise in the Environment

12.   Three Days to See

Question No. 4 Summary or Stanza

1.       Daffodils Summary

2.       Daffodils Stanza Explanation

1.       Stopping By Woods on A Snowy Evening Summary

2.       Stopping By Woods on A Snowy Evening Stanza Explanation

Question No. 5 Make Sentences any five

Question No. 6  Letters / Stories / Dialogue

1.       Letters

2.       Stories

3.   Dialogues

Question No. 7 Comprehension Passages

Question No. 8  Translate Urdu Sentences into English any five

Question No. 9 Change of Voice (Active & Passive Voice)

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