This blog is designed to guide and share information about Islam as obtained from the Holy Quran and the teachings of our beloved Prophet Muhammad, peace and blessings of Allah be on him.
This page is non-profit, non-sectarian, non-denominational and non-political. Its aim is never to criticise any other religion nor school of thought but to focus on Islam and explore about the mysteries and lessons to make our lives as better Muslims both in this world and in our preparation for the life to come after death. Each post is a complete short essay in itself. For comments there is a section provided at the footnote of each post which, after initial scrutiny and approval by the Administrator of the website, will be published together with the comments of the author in the event any reader raises a query or requests further explanation.
Anyone is welcome to contribute to this website and send original articles in the comments section provided under posts. As this is a non-commercial and non-profit initiative, no remuneration will be provided for the original articles contributed by authors. The administrator retains the right to refuse to publish these in case these violate the stated values of the website.
To see the published articles please press Archives and go to the month in which the article was published using the table in the Contents.
Rahbar by the way is a Persian word (also used in Urdu) which means a Guide. It was chosen because the objective of these articles is to share guidance from the Quran and Sunnah and open ourselves to understand the true spirit of Islam and make it easy to practice it in our lives.