1000 Years of Indian Rulers from History

Ghori Empire to Narendra Modi History of India

Ghori Kingdom

  1. 1193 Mohammad Ghori
  2. 1206 Qutbuddin Aibak
  3. 1236 Rakinuddin Feroz Shah
  4. 1236 Raza Sultan
  5. 1240 Mozaddin Bahram Shah
  6. 1242 Al-Din Masood Shah
  7. 1246 Nasiruddin Mahmud
  8. 1266 Ghiyasuddin Balbin
  9. 1287 Kabaddan of the mosque
  10. 1290 Shamsuddin Kamers

The end of the GHORI Empire 97 years approx

Khalji Empire

  1. 1290 Jalaluddin Feroz Khilji
  2. 1292 Alauddin Khilji
  3. 1316 Shahabuddin Omar Shah
  4. 1316 Qutbuddin Mubarak Shah
  5. 1320 Nasiruddin Khusro Shah

End of the Khalji Empire 30 years approx

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Story of an Arab old man

A 75-year-old man fell down from fatigue on his work place and was transferred to a private hospital in Saudi Arabia, Jeddah. He was given a dose of oxygen to support him for 24 hours.

Photo by Mark Karstad from FreeImages

After hours when he got better, the doctor prescribed him clear and discharge. He was handed the bill of 600 Saudi Riyals for the oxygen supply he consumed in hospital.

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No Ban on Final Exit Workers to Return Back Saudi Arabia

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In a recent news published on Saudigazzete, it was stated that Expatriates who are going on Final Exit can Return to Saudi Arabia anytime with another visa. Previously there were rumors circulated that there is a ban of 3 years on expatriate workers who went on final exit.

The news has also stated that residency permit (Iqama) should be renewed either before expiry date or within 3 days after expiry. Otherwise there will be a fine of SR 500 & up to 1000 if done twice. If residency permit is not renewed within given time period, the result will be deportation of expatriate.

How to Check Saudi Electricity Bill using Mobile App Alkahraba

Today I am going to guide you how to check your Electricity bill in Saudi Arabia using official Mobile App “AlKahraba”. Saudi Electricity company made it very easy for everybody to check Electricity bill via Mobile App. You can also check bill history, payment history etc.

First of all go to Google Play Store and install Saudi Electricity Application called “AlKahraba” see the screenshots below.

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Things not to do during Hajj

Hajj is one of 5 pillars of Islam, which is all performed while wearing Ihram (a special dress consist of 2 white sheets of cloth for men & women in well covered dress), there are some prohibitions while wearing Ihram, either you wear it for Hajj or Umrah.

Things not to do while wearing ihram

  1. Not to use perfume.
  2. Not to remove finger-nails, toe-nails, and hair.
  3. Men should not cover their head.
  4. Women should not cover their face, neither wear gloves.
  5. Not to use a dress with stitches and sewing.
  6. Not to haunt an edible or wild animal.
  7. Not to have sexual intercourse or similar things.

What to Pack in your bags for the Hajj 2017

Hajj 2017 is coming within coming week. Here is a list of items which you need to pack in your bags before going to Hajj. This list is compiled by Learn-From-Your-Mistakes-Blog. I just re-write that given information for you.

 

What to Pack if you are going to Hajj – Men & Women

  1. Ihram outfits 2 pcs: One to wear on first day and second you may change it at mina after returning from Arafah.
  2. Face Masks to wear out in crowds.
  3. Sunglasses and Cap.
  4. Rubber slippers.
  5. Running shoes socks for 3 day’s stoning the Jamarat. Be ready for long walks and try to practice in advance.
  6. Pajamas, only cotton casual clothes, extra under clothes. Bathrooms are a bit tricky.
  7. A Safety kit with..
    1. Band-Aids
    2. Tissues and wet wipes
    3. Vaseline or Deo Sticks (for Ihram rash or others)
    4. Non-scented soap and Shampoo
    5. Sunscreen for last 3 days
    6. Toothbrush and toothpaste
    7. Panadol tablets
    8. Vitamin c effervescent. (Must take one 1000 m every day to beat infections)
    9. Anti inflammatory to help with after walk pain Antihistamine. Take one every day even if not needed.
    10. Antacid (Gaviscon etc)
  8. Personal Mobile Phone and a Power Bank, you will mostly use it to call your companions and your family in women’s tents.
  9. Extension Cord. Your phone battery won’t last more than a day. Every tent has limited sockets. Having your own cord will help have constant power.
  10. Umbrella for sun. A battery operated fan would be optimum and water spray bottle
  11. Quran, Duas (supplication) and other Islamic books
  12. Always carry a water bottle in hand. You need to stay hydrated. (You can buy these locally)
  13. Ziploc bags for stones picked in Muzdhalifah. Empty water bottle will also do.
  14. Ear plugs, very important unless you are immune to snoring.
  15. Coat hanger (also to use for drying washed clothes)
  16. Get online search for Makah on Google maps. Make sure you can see Mina Arafat and Muzdhalifah on the map.  Save map offline. This will help you use the map without any Internet connection. Mark your tent when you reach mina. Now you know how to get back whenever you get lost.
  17. Waist Pouch
  18. A bag that fits the above stuff. Remember you will need more bags in case you are going to Hajj with your family.

What to Pack for Hajj 2017

Some Additional Stuff for Women Pilgrims Only

Along with above items, women may need additional items below.

  1. Sanitary Pads
  2. Chap-stick
  3. Deodorant
  4. Safety Pins for Hijab (Niqab, whatever you call it.)
  5. Snacks high in sugar, high glucose and high fiber for the much needed energy boost. Cereal bars, m&m peanut, fruit bars, dates. Etc

And lastly the most important point

Make sure you pay attention to detail. Learn what you need to do. Ask. Investigate. Don’t follow others blindly. So why pack the above items???  The author is having years of experience behind this information. Taqabal Allah (May Allah accept your hajj)