How did the practice of applying Surma for eyes came into existence? | Importance of applying surma for eyes and its types

August 22nd, 2010| Uncategorized.

How did the practice of applying Surma for eyes came into existence? | Importance of applying surma for eyes and its types

Surma for eyes

The prayers of ramzan have a specialty.  30 Paras of Khuran  are to be studies in the days of roza with respect and deference.  Before going to mosque for prayer some rules laid by Prophet should be followed.  Surma which is applied to the eyes is an ancient practice.

Hazrath Moosa Aliah Salam, a messenger wanted to see God.  He pleases God with his spirituality.  God asks the messenger to come to Kohetoor mountain in Saudi to see him. When Moosa reaches the mountain a thunder struck the mountain and the mountain was reduced to ashes and Moosa becomes unconscious.  When he regains his consciousness he applies the black ash of the mountain to his eyes.  He was able to see even a small ant on the mountain.  From that time it has become a custom to apply Surma to the eyes in the holy month of Ramzan.  It is scientifically proved that applying surma is good for the eyes.  Prophet Mohammed used to apply Surma before going for prayers, and when he was taking rest.  Surma is sold near the mosques and in the markets during Ramzan season.  Various types of Surma like Kadawwa, Ismath, Saada and Gulab are available.  These are sold between Rs.15 to Rs.5.  Surma is sold at Mecca Masjid, Charkamaan along with other shops where perfumes and other Ramzan things are sold.  Muslims treat applying Surma as a part of Sunnati as are the cap on the head and spraying perfume on the clothes.

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