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ABJAD TABLE

Table of Arabic Letters and their Heavenly Values

Secrets of Muqatta’at

 

(This Table is Arranged in Power of 9)

Heavenly Abjad Order

9

8

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

Arabic letter

ط

ح

ز

و

ه

د

ج

ب

ا

Heavenly
Value

TA=
9

HA=
8

ZA=
7

WAW=
6

HAA=
5

DAL=
4

JEEM =
3

BA=
2

ALIF=
1

Dunya Order  of letters in Arabic Alphabet  16  6 11 26 27  8  5  2  1
                   
Heavenly Abjad Order

18

17

16

15

14

13

12

11

10

Arabic letter

ص

ف

ع

س

ن

م

ل

ك

ي

Heavenly
Value

SADH= 90

FA=
80

AYN=
70

SEEN=
60

NOON= 50

MEEM=
40

LAAM=
30

KAHF= 20

YAA=
10

Dunya Order  (in Arabic Alphabet) 14  20  18  12 25  24  23  22  28
                   

Heavenly Abjad Order

27

26

25

24

23

22

21

20

19

Arabic letter

ظ

ض

ذ

خ

ث

ت

ش

ر

ق

Heavenly
Value

ZA=
900

DHAD = 800

THAL=
700

KHA =
  600

SA=
500

TA=
400

SHEEN = 300

RA =
200

QAF=
100

Dunya Order
(in Arabic Alphabet)
 17  15 9 7  4  3  13  10  21
                   

Heavenly Abjad Order

             

92

28

Arabic letter

             

لا

غ

Heavenly
Value

             

Lam Alif = 29

GHAYN = 1000

Dunya Order
(in Arabic Alphabet)

29

19

 

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IMPORTANT RULES

  • Zakat is obligatory on every Muslim (man or woman) who possesses 612 grams of silver or 87 grams of gold (nisab) or equivalent of cash or any other assets mentioned in the form below, upon the completion of one year.
  • 2.5% of the total amount must be paid as Zakat.
  • Zakat can be paid only to those Muslims who do not have the equivalent amount of cash or assets valuing nisab after all monthly living expenses are paid.
  • Those entitled to Zakat are mentioned in the Quran as follows:
  • The poor (al-fuqarâ’), meaning low-income or indigent.
  • The needy (al-masâkîn), meaning someone who is in difficulty.
  • Zakat administrators.
  • Those whose hearts are to be reconciled, meaning new Muslims and friends of the Muslim community.
  • Those in bondage (slaves and captives).
  • The debt-ridden.
  • In the cause of God.
  • The wayfarer, meaning those who are stranded or traveling with few resources.
  • Zakat can't be paid to Sayyids, one's parents, grandparents, children or grandchildren. The fuqaha (jurists) state it is better to give Zakat to one’s family members when they are in need.
  • Zakat cannot be paid to Non-Muslims.
  • Prior years' Zakat which has not been paid till now must be paid immediately.