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What is the relationship of Usool and Rohaniah? What is Ruhul Hayat and Ruhul Yakazah ?

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What is the relationship of Usool and Rohaniah? What is Ruhul Hayat and Ruhul Yakazah ?


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Usool Rohaniah

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The basic meanings of the terms would be:

Usool: foundation

Rohaniah: spiritual

Ruh: spirit

Hayat: life


The above terms, although they might be used in the Quran in their specific context; have no particular relations with each other. These combination of terms might have been formed to have a special meaning in some sects of Islam (Sufism); but in context of the Quran and Sunnah, these combination of terms do not have a specific meaning. The people who invented the relations of these combination of terms are probably the best people to clarify their usage!


These terms used in the above combination, have absolutely no basis from the Quran and Sunnah; and thus they do not form part of the deen of Islam.


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