6 kalma With English Urdu Translation and Transliteration. There are six kalams and numbers are assigned by the Ajam Muslim scholars due to the importance of this kalmas. It should be noted that out of the 6 kalmas, the words of the first 4 kalmas are definitely proven by the hadiths and the words of the fifth and sixth kalmas are given in different hadiths and are taken from the different supplications that are present in the hadiths.
In the subcontinent of Pakistan and India, some prayer words and glorification in the name of Shash Kalma (six kalmas) are very strictly memorized to children.
Refrences of 6 kalmas: The first kalma is in "Kanz al-Umal" and "Mustadrak Hakim", the second kalma is in "Ibn Majah" and "Bukhari", the third kalma is in "Musnaf Ibn Abi Shaiba" and "Ibn Majah".the fourth kalma is found in "Musnaf Abd al-Razzaq al-Sanaani", "Musnaf Ibn Abi Shaiba" and "Sunan Tirmidhi" and the words of the remaining two kalmas are mentioned different hadiths.
6 kalma with Urdu Translation
First Kalma tayyaba with Urdu Translation
Second Kalima Shahadat with Urdu Translation
Third Kalma tamjeed with Urdu Translation
Fourth Kalima tauheed with Urdu Translation
Fifth Kalma astaghfar with Urdu Translation
Sixth Kalma Radde kufr with Urdu Translation
6 kalma Recitation
Reality and Importance of 6 kalmas
- The first quality without believing in which our faith cannot be complete is that Allah is present and watcher, that is, Allah is the only entity who is present everywhere in the entire universe, from the hearts of humans to the caves built in the mountains. Allah is the one who sees and hears everything even in the dark corners.
- The second quality is that he does not need anyone's help to run this universe, Allah alone is sufficient to run this entire universe. That is, Allah has no partner.
- The third quality is that Allah is the only one who provides sustenance to all living beings in this universe. No one can give sustenance to any inanimate and living beings except the one whom Allah himself makes a source of sustenance. Whether they are humans or jinns, birds or animals, beasts, living creatures living at the bottom of the sea or creatures living across the sky, it is Allah's responsibility to provide sustenance to all beings, and Allah fulfills this responsibility. It is maintained in a good way.
- Allah is the One who created all creatures. No matter how much science has progressed and all the scientists of the world can not create an organism equal to a small ant. The Most Merciful Allah created humans, jinns, animals, cattle, birds, beasts and innumerable living beings and placed in them various creative abilities, but living things can use these abilities with the order of Allah, Whose Power is in the Possession of Allah through the living things soul.