Aye Ibn e Adam!

Aye Ibn e Adam!
Ek teri chahat hai aur ek meri chahat hai
Magar hoga wohi jo meri chahat hai
Pas agar tu ne supard kar diya us ke
Jo meri chahat hai
To mein bakhsh doonga wo bhi
Jo teri chahat hai
Par agar tu ne naafarmani ki us ki
Jo meri chahat hai
To mein thaka doonga tujh ko us mein
Jo teri chahat hai
Phir ho ga wohi
Jo meri chahat hai

34 thoughts on “Aye Ibn e Adam!”

  1. “O Son of Adam! I desire something and you desire something but only what I desire occurs. If you submit yourself to my desire i.e. obey Him, I will be sufficient for you in your desire. If you do not submit yourself to me (by disobeying Him), I will tire you in what you desire and (at the end of the day) only what I wish happens and occurs.”

  2. Ayesha, can you tell me where the Hadith is from? Since I have heard this as a child but it looks like there are 40 Hadith Qudsi in total and none of them seems to be this one. So I am a little confused.

  3. Muneeba, all we are asking is the reference for the Hadith not denying it. We are trying to make sure it is authentic. I have heard this referred to as a Hadith Qudsi, but I cannot locate it in Hadith Qudsi collections, hence the question. Where is this Hadith from? if it is from one of Sahah-e-Sitta, please let me know. I am looking for its Arabic version.

  4. Just calling something hadith qudsi does not make it hadith qudsi. You need to be able to prove it. Where is it from? Who is the narrator? Bukhari? Muslim? Tirmidhi? Or who?
    In the absense of any evidence, there is absolutely no reason to believe that this is a hadeeth qudsi.

  5. It’s not hadith qudsi. I have been investigating on this quite long and found that it has always been referred as hadith qudsi but nobuddy can reference this to those 40 hadith or other (if any).

  6. yahn par sab log bas Tanqeed karna jante hain,,,,,,,,,,,
    appreciation ka to nam-o-nishan hi bohat kam hai.
    relly mujhy comment wale logo me se kiye logo ki bat bohat ajeeb lagi.

  7. Uff! people wait! just first let me know if its saying something wrong….

    why u all just look at the Negative sides??? why u FIND the negativity ???
    Hazrat Umer says “Don’t see that who is saying, look at “what” he is saying”

  8. Well I have spent a decade believing in this hadith n found it really useful while making any big or small decision from my education to marriage… I love it.. I believe it is true … But dear fellows I must say when its about the reference or authenticity of a hadith…,its not a joke or a small matter… We must comfirm it … Before saying that Allah said it coz if one says that Allah said it which Allah havent, its a big sin.. So before declaring it to be an authentic Hadith e qudsi one must make it sure … So dun worry if some ppl want to know the source…

  9. Unfortunately when we ask any authenticity people think we are questioning or we are not accepting it. These words are really worth reading & accepting but question is who said it ? We Shall also remember that referring something as prophet saying is also a sin. Now a days situation is not like what it was before we must ask for authenticity of every saying which is referred as Hadith. I can see so many people commenting that this is Hadith but no one is providing any reference number of Hadith & book. Its not just simple matter that we like it & we say it as Hadith.. We must also provide the reference. I will say again if anyone who say that this is Hadith please provide some reference so that i can also share this with others & can feel comfortable while saying it Hadith. May ALLAH Forgive us all

  10. As-salamu’alaikum, words are no doubt awesome. But we should post any hadith with full reference. Like Sahih Bhukahri: Vol 2: Hadith No: 134
    Bcoz now we cant share even its authentic, but if proper reference is provided there is no ambiguity in sharing with others.
    Jazak’ALLAH

  11. Indeed this poem is worth appreciation but those of you who called it a Hadeeth should know that if you have no knowledge about something then you should not claim anything regarding it. Not only did I see people claiming this to be a Hadeeth but when some people with a sound mind tried to verify it, they were snapped upon by those who think it to be no sin to spread a false Hadeeth. For such people I must quote the following Hadeeth.

    Waathilah ibn Al-Asqa` (radiyallaahu `anhu) narrated that the Messenger of Allaah (sallallaahu `alaihi wa sallam) said:
    “Verily, one of the worst lies is to ascribe to me what I have not said.”
    Reported by Al-Bukhari (3509) in his Saheeh. The wording is that of Al-Bazzaar. C.f. Al-Majma` (1/144); As-Saheehah (7/173-174).”

    No piece of literature, no matter how beautiful it may seem, should ever be declared the Word of Allah or the Prophet ﷺ unless it actually be that. And how do you people think there came about so many changes in the previous books of Allah like the Injeel and Taurat? It happened so because of the people like the ones over here who misquote Allah and His prophets.

    This poem ‘Aye Ibne Adam’ is a popular urdu poem but only a poem not a hadeeth. I truly appreciate the person who wrote such a beautiful poem, and I truly believe in these words to be true in what they convey. And this poem is not only eloquent in the language but also rich in the meaning. But no one should falsely call it a Hadeeth e Qudsi.

    To Ayesha who has posted this article I must say that it was kind of you to share these beautiful words but you should not have called it a Hadeeth. May Allah forgive you and give you the sense to not repeat this mistake again. And to Muneeba who said that ‘it IS a Hadeeth e Qudsi and that we should not say anything without making sure first, then Muneeba you should know that it is you who should not say anything without making sure first because it is not a Hadeeth e Qudsi. And this I am saying only after making sure of it. This poem was most likely originally written in Urdu by an Urdu poet because I have been hearing and reading it since around 13 years now and it has always been in Urdu. And it was amusing to see that when a person asked Ayesha on this forum to give an English version of it, she posted it. But when she was asked for an Arabic version of it, she could not produce it. Perhaps had this actually been a Hadeeth, there would have existed an Arabic version of it.

    It is not a small matter to misquote Allah and His Prophet ﷺ, it is a great sin! There are only 40 Hadeeth e Qudsi and I have gone through each of them very carefully to find this one amongst them but it was not there! Although Sister Maria had already mentioned that she has seen all the 40 Hadeeth e Qudsi but did not find this one to be one of them yet Muneeba had difficulty in understanding it and without any knowledge insisted that it was a Hadeeth e Qudsi. If you misquote the Prophet ﷺ even after being corrected then that is the sign of either only the most mischievous people or the most foolish. I hope for her sake that latter was the case. And despite the fact that Sister Maria had already checked the 40 Hadeeth e Qudsi and didn’t find this one amongst them, I still considered it necessary to read each of those Ahadeeth carefully before rejecting this false Hadeeth. And as this is not a Hadeeth e Qudsi thus this cannot be any Hadeeth at all, this is because had it been some other Hadeeth then the Prophet ﷺ would have mentioned Allah as Him and would not have used the first person instead of third person. And to those thick headed people who will still keep on calling this a Hadeeth, I do not need to describe the likes of you as you people have already been described by our beloved Prophet ﷺ in the very authentic Hadeeth that I have quoted above with reference.

  12. plzz give me refrence from sah e sata
    Hadees
    jiska pajama us k takhnoo syn neechay hoga vo jahunum mai jayay ga??

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