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Khulfa-e-Rashedin

Sr. No.NamePeriod of Khilafat
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1
Name:
Hazrat Abu Bakar (RA)
Period of Khilafat:
632-634 A.D
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Name:
Hazrat Umer (RA)
Period of Khilafat:
634-644 A.D
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Name:
Hazrat Usman (RA)
Period of Khilafat:
644-656 A.D
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4
Name:
Hazrat Ali (RA)
Period of Khilafat:
656-661 A.D
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Khulfa-e-Rashedin

Rashidun caliphs (objective hunting caliphs, Arabic: al-Khulafa or ar-Rashidin), generally known simply as “the Rashidun”, could be a term used in Sunni Islam to call for the 30-year reign of the four primary caliphs (successors).

After the death of the monotheistic prophet Muhammad, namely: Abu Bakr, Umar, Usman ibn Affan and Ali of Rashidun caliphate, the primary caliphate.

The idea of

“Caliphs of objective hunting correctly”

originated with the subsequent Abbasid Caliphate, based mainly on the capital of Iraq.

It is a respect for the Sunni imperative

Hold firmly to my example (sunnah) which of the caliphs justifiably objective hunters.

(Ibn Majah, Abu Dawood)

All the companions of the UN agency of the Holy Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (SAW) followed him until the end of their lives is a paradise, however, 10 male Sahaba who were proclaimed by the names of Jannat are listed below with their brief history.

First Four Caliphas

The first four Caliphas are significantly important for intra-Islamic fashion debates: for Sunni Muslims, they are models of fair government. For Shia Muslims, the top 3 of the four were usurpers. The accepted traditions of each Sunni and Shiite Muslim detail the disagreements and tensions between the four caliphs that hunt targets.

1: Hazrat Abu Bakar (R.A)

Abu Bakr Siddiq Abdullah Bin Abi Quhafah was a high-ranking companion and also a relative of the monotheism Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W). Abu Bakr became the main Muslim declared openly outside Muhammad’s family

2.Hazrat Umer Farooq (R.A)

Umar Bin Khattab was one of the most powerful and powerful Muslim caliphs in history. He was the main companion of the Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W)

3: Hazrat Usman (R.A)

Uthman Bin Affan was a companion of the Muslim prophet Muhammad (S.A.W) and, therefore, the third of the Rashidun, or “Guided Caliphs.”

4: Hazrat Ali (R.A)

Bin Abu Talib was the first cousin and, therefore, the relative of the Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W).

5: Hazrat Talha (R.A)

Talhah Bin Ubaydullah was a companion of the Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W). largely legendary for being from safe paradise 10. Best legendary for his roles in the Battle of Uhud and also in the Battle of the ungulate pair of fingers, within which he died, he was given the title

6: Hazrat Zubair ibn-e-Awam (R.A)

Zubair Bin Awam of the kinship group Asad, the commander within the Rashidun army, was one of the closest companions of Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W).

7: Hazrat Abu Obaida ibn-al-Jarah (R.A)

Abu Ubaidah Bin Jarrah was one of the companions of the Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W). largely familiar with being a safe paradise 10.

8: Hazrat Abdul Rehman ibn-e-Auf (R.A)

Bin Awf was Abdul Rahman one of the companions of the Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W). mainly known for being from a safe paradise 10.

9: Hazrat Saad ibn-e-Abi Waqas (R.A)

Saad Bin Abi Waqas was from the companions of the Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W). Sa was the seventeenth person to embrace Islam at the age of seventeen.

10: Hazrat Saeed ibn-e-Zaid (R.A)

Saeed Bin Zaid is best known for his kunya Abu’l-Aawar, he was a companion of the Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W).

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