Facts about Mahamati Prannath – Part 2

A. Here are some of the facts concerning Mahamati Prannath:

1.  Mahamati Prannath is neither a human being nor a person’s name! However, I would often use the words “Mahamati Prannath” like a person’s name because the words “Mahamati Prannath” are kind of “a habit, a tradition” for me and most of all, “Mahamati Prannath” talks human languages like a human being! Got that?

2. Mahamati Prannath is the designation that Meher Raj Thakur had acquired when he had reached the age of forty! 

3. As I have already mentioned it in Facts about Mahamati Prannath – Part 1, Prannath is the hindi term for “master”. And Allah is the only master of Meher Raj Thakur. Moreover, it was Allah (Prannath) himself who sat in the heart of Meher Raj Thakur to influence the revelations of Hindi verses. That is the main reason why Meher Raj Thakur is also often pointed to point to Prannath! Got it?

However, it is always to be remembered that only Meher Raj Thakur got the designation of “Prannath” in history although Allah (Prannath) was also present in the hearts of Alif (Rasul) and Lam (Devchandra Mehta). This was because only Mim (Meher Raj Thakur) got the complete authority of the Judgment Day and nobody other than him! Got it?

Again, remember that Meher Raj Thakur is the real name - the human being, but not Mahamati Prannath!

Moreover, Mahamati Prannath (Imam Mahdi) is the power within Meher Raj Thakur (Imam Mahdi)! Got it? 
In simple words,
          Meher Raj Thakur = human being, (the creation) and 
            Prannath = Allah (the creator) ... Got it?
And whosoever doubts this fact shall have their faces automatically fallen later when the entire world would acknowledge the complete identity of Mahamati Prannath!

4. Mahamati Prannath is the master of the Day of Judgment (maliki yawmiddin) at the Lail-tul-Qadr!

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B. Here are some more of the facts about Imam Mahdi (Mahamati Prannath):

1. Imam Mahdi is the knower of not only the Quran but also every other religious scripts (like the Vedas) as well! 

2. Meher Raj Thakur (Imam Mahdi) was totally uneducated about the Quran when he had started revealing the revelations of the holy book of Sanandh!

3. Remember that Meher Raj Thakur (Imam Mahdi) was totally a Hindu by birth. However, by the will of Allah, Meher Raj Thakur (Imam Mahdi) automatically understood all of the Islam without ever learning a word about Islam at the first place! 

4. Imam Mahdi (Mahamati Prannath) has been openly presented in countless different places in the Quran! I can clearly see those places where Imam Mahdi is presented in the Quran and so will you soon!

5. All the verses that were revealed by Imam Mahdi, are lyrical, rhythmic, poetic and as well as exceptional in nature. This hence makes our Imam Mahdi – the greatest poet ever in the history of mankind!

6. Allah had created this world for Meher Raj Thakur (Imam Mahdi)!

7. The spirits of Lail-tul-qadr had recognized Imam Mahdi but not the rest of the world – all thanks to senor Dajjal!

8. Angel Jibril (by the command of Allah swt), has already shifted all the holiness of Islam from Mecca and Medina to the land of India to Imam Mahdi (Mahamati Prannath) himself during the 11th century Hijri! 
So, what exactly would you think has remained in the Arabs since if Jibril angel would've had already lifted all the holiness of Islam from the Arabs and then shifted them to Imam Mahdi (in India)?
(I’ll further elaborate this point later to prove the signs of the coming of Qiyamat like “the rising of the Sun from the west” ... Believe me - the Sun has already risen from the west !!)

9. The main objective of Imam Mahdi is to assemble his lost Mommins and then take them back to their home Arsh (i.e. Allah’s Lahut)!

10. Allah knowingly constructed Satan in order to make Imam Mahdi precious!

8 comments:

  1. Imam Mahdi promises to display the exact power of the Quran in Sanandh 20:61

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  2. Excellent article on Imam Mahdi. Don't believe in myths!!!

    http://drshabbir.com/library/messiah.pdf

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  3. Sir, I would also like to draw your attention to the fact that There is no explicit reference to the Mahdi in the Qu'ran, but references to him are found in hadith (the reports and traditions of Muhammad's teachings collected after his death). According to Islamic tradition, the Mahdi's tenure will coincide with the Second Coming of Jesus Christ (Isa), who is to assist the Mahdi against the Masih ad-Dajjal (literally, the "false Messiah" or Antichrist).

    There is a lack of evidence for a saviour figure, such as the Mahdi, being part of the teachings of Islam during the life of Muhammad (570-632): neither the Quran nor early Hadith collections make explicit reference to the Mahdi. However, within half a century of Muhammad’s death, the figure of the Mahdi was part of Islamic belief. It may be that the concept of the Mahdi was derived from messianic Judeo-Christian beliefs.
    The term itself was probably introduced into Islam by southern Arabian tribes who had settled in Syria in the mid-7th century. They believed that the Mahdi would lead them back to their homeland and reestablish the Himyarite kingdom. They also believed that he would eventually conquer Constantinople.The second civil war (680-692) marks the true birth of the concept of the Mahdi as a messianic figure. The term Mahdi was first used in this sense during the rebellion of Al-Mukhtar in the 680s in reference to Muhammad al-Hanafiyyah.[5][8] It seems likely that the attribution of messianic qualities to the Mahdi originated from two of the groups supporting al-Hanafiyyah: southern Arabian settlers and local recent converts in Iraq.

    So tell me now how Shri Mahamati Prannath ji invented or discovered that he is Imam mehndi?
    G M Ansari

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  4. Sir regarding the Imam mehndi, I would like to say There is no explicit reference to the Mahdi in the Qu'ran, but references to him are found in hadith (the reports and traditions of Muhammad's teachings collected after his death). According to Islamic tradition, the Mahdi's tenure will coincide with the Second Coming of Jesus Christ (Isa), who is to assist the Mahdi against the Masih ad-Dajjal (literally, the "false Messiah" or Antichrist).[Differences exist in the concept of the Mahdi between Sunni Muslims and adherents of the Shia tradition. For Sunnis, the Mahdi is Muhammad's successor who is yet to come. For most Shia Muslims, the Mahdi was born but disappeared and will remain hidden from humanity until he reappears to bring justice to the world, a doctrine known as the Occultation. For Twelver Shia this "hidden Imam" is Muhammad al-Mahdi, the Twelfth Imam.

    G M Ansari

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  5. In addition to the above to educate you fully about Imam Mehndi I would also like to stress that There is a lack of evidence for a saviour figure, such as the Mahdi, being part of the teachings of Islam during the life of Muhammad (570-632): neither the Quran nor early Hadith collections make explicit reference to the Mahdi. However, within half a century of Muhammad’s death, the figure of the Mahdi was part of Islamic belief. It may be that the concept of the Mahdi was derived from messianic Judeo-Christian beliefs. The term itself was probably introduced into Islam by southern Arabian tribes who had settled in Syria in the mid-7th century. They believed that the Mahdi would lead them back to their homeland and reestablish the Himyarite kingdom. They also believed that he would eventually conquer Constantinople.

    The second civil war (680-692) marks the true birth of the concept of the Mahdi as a messianic figure. The term Mahdi was first used in this sense during the rebellion of Al-Mukhtar in the 680s in reference to Muhammad al-Hanafiyyah. It seems likely that the attribution of messianic qualities to the Mahdi originated from two of the groups supporting al-Hanafiyyah: southern Arabian settlers and local recent converts in Iraq. They became known as Kaysanites, and introduced what later became two key aspects of the Shia's concept of the Mahdi. The first was the notion of return of the dead, particularly of the Imams. The second was that after al-Hanafiyyah's death they believed he was, in fact, in hiding in the Razwa mountains near Medina. This later developed into the doctrine known as the Occultation.

    The Mahdi appeared in early Shi’ite narratives, spread widely among Shi’ite groups and became dissociated from its historical figure, Muhammad al-Hanafiyyah. By the time of the Abbasid Revolution in the year 750, Mahdism was already a known concept. Evidence shows that the first Abbasid caliph assumed the title of "the Mahdi" for himself. Many traditions were introduced to support political interests, especially Anti-Abbassid sentiments.

    During the 10th century, based on these earlier beliefs, the doctrine of Mahdism was extensively expanded by Al-Kulayni, Ibrahim al-Qumi and Ibn Babwayhi.In particular, in the early 10th century, the doctrine of the Occultation, which declares that the Twelfth Imam did not die but was concealed by God from the eyes of men, was expounded. The Mahdi became synonymous with the "Hidden Imam" who was thought to be in occultation awaiting the time that God has ordered for his return. This return is envisaged as occurring shortly before the final Day of judgment.In fact, the concept of the "hidden Imam" was attributed to several Imams in turn.

    So sir, sometimes little knowledge can be harmful

    G M Ansari

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  6. At point number 4 of the section B of this article, it is mentioned that -

    "Imam Mahdi (Mahamati Prannath) has been openly presented in countless different places in the Quran! I can clearly see those places where Imam Mahdi is presented in the Quran and so will you soon!"

    The following article further elaborates the above point:
    http://sanandhonline.blogspot.com/2014/01/alif-lam-mim-unlocked-and-the-stories-of-Quran.html

    Imam Mahdi Mahamati Prannath has indeed been mentioned in the Quran. Every aayat of the Quran is for Mahamati Prannath.

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  7. Mahamati Shri Prannath ji is IMAM MAHDI or SECOND COMING OF CHRIST.... Pranam

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