I hope that you are fine and doing well. My Name is Irtesam Haider and i belong to Awan tribe. decendents of Hazrat Abbas s/o of Ali Ibn Abi Talib
Awan tribe is spread across Pakistan and Azad Jammu Kasmir. When Sultan Mahmoud Ghaznavi (997-1037 C.E.), the patron of Firdusi, after his 16th unsuccessful attempt to capture Sumnat, Edward Gibbon recounts the story with lucid details in Chapter 57 of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire. Some Fifty thousand of hindu worshippers protected and guarded that Temple with their life (splendor of belief!). In each attack he was unsuccessful. Then he brought in Qutb Shah (father of Awan tribe) on his next attack and sought his advice and help. Qutb Shah assessed the temple and whereabouts (remember a heavily guarded!) and advised Mahmoud that as soon as he brings down the Idol of Sumnat, command all in the army to attack the Hindu defenders whose faith would be weakened by the Idol's fall. And so he did and the Mahmud captured the city.
After this expedition Qutb Shah stayed in Kalah Bagh for few years and that is where Awan tribe spread across the IndoPak continent. He spread teachings of Islam. One of the Sufi saint Sultan Bahu (ra) was from Awan tribe. His shrine is Jhang.
yes, Awan belong to family of Hazrat Ali(a.w.s). Hazrat Ali married a woman named Ume-ul-baneen(means mother of sons) , Hazrat Ali had 4 sons from um-ul baneen, four of them were martyred in kerbala. They were in troop of Hazrat Hussain(a.w.s). Awan are basically family of Hazrat Abbass( son of Ali from um-ul-baneen). hazrat Abbass was also called "Qamr-e-bani hashim" becoz he was very smart and brave. Um-ul baneen belonged to Bani hashim tribe. hazrat Abbass called him self as slave of Hazrat Imam Hussan and hazrat Imam Hussain.
I am also awan , even today in my family, many people has atleast 3 sons and maximum 6 sons, this is from um-ul baneen, she also had 6 sons ( 4 her own childern and 2 Hazrat Fatima's childern). Um-ul baneen gave love to Hazrat hassan and Hussain more then her own childern. All were martyred in Kerbala by yazeedi soldiers. after their death she requested people not to call her um-ul baneen anymore.
Sultan Mehmood Ghaznavi invaded in Indo Pak sub continent through the Afghanistan gateway 17 times. Awan also helped them to spread islam as Awans belonged to great islamic soldiers ( Hazrat Abbass s/o hazrat Ali ). They came upto peshawar and then proceeded to Attock and Mahansera.
Abdul Mutlib was one of the descendent of Nazar bin Kanana. You had 13 sons
namely Faras, Abu Lahub, Jamul, Maqoom, Duneer, Khizar, Hamza, Abbas, Abu
Talib, Ubdad, Qusam, Abdul-ul-Kaaba & Hazrat Abdullah. Muhammad (p.b.u.h)
the son of Hazrat Abdullah and his followers are called 'Mohammedans'
or 'Muslims'. Hazrat Ali was the son of Hazrat Abu Talib. Hazrat Hassan &
Hussain were the sons of Hazrat Ali. Their descendents are the 'Sayyed'
or 'Sadaat'. His third child was Hazrat Abbas whose race is known as 'Awan'
presently living in the continent Asia. Other 15 children of Hazrat Abbas gave
rise to Arabs.
Hazrat Abbas Introduction:
Hazrat Abbas was the son of Hazrat Ali ibne Abi Talib. His mother's name was Fatima Binte Hazam bin Khalid Ibn-e-Rabi'e Ibn-e-Amer Kalbi. She was also known as 'Ummul Baneen'. She belonged to the clan of Banu Kilah, which was one the noblest families amongst the Hashimites and famous for the bravery and valour of its warriors.
Some years after the martyrdom of Fatema Zehra (S.A.), Imam Ali (A.S.) asked his brother Aqil to offer the marriage proposal to a woman from a brave progeny. Being so knowledgeable in this regard, Aqil wooed Fatima Binte Hazam (Ummul Baneen) for Imam and they got married.
Fatima Binte Hazam was an accomplished and cultured lady, and bore Hazrat Ali's four sons, Abbas, Abdulla, Ja'far and Usman. The meaning of 'Ummul Baneen' is 'Mother of Sons'. All of her sons were martyred along with Imam Hussain. After their martyrdom, she requested people not to call her 'Ummul Baneen' ever again.
The day she entered the household of Hazrat Ali, she made it very plain to Imam Hasan and Imam Hussain that she considered herself their slave, and she hoped and prayed that they would accept her as one. Her respect and affection for there was soon reciprocated by the two brothers, and even after her children were born, Imam Hasan and Imam Hussain occupied a foremost place in her heart.
Fatima Binte Hazam had such sincerity toward the Holy Prophet's progeny that she loved Imam Hussain (A.S.) more than her own children. A feeling which was from the bottom of her heart. It was to the extent that when she received the news stating the martyrdom of her four children, she said: "Tell me about Hussain (A.S.)" and when she received the news of Imam Hussain (A.S.)'s martyrdom she said: "All of the arteries of my heart are torn. May all of my children and what ever that exists under this azure heaven be sacrificed for the sake of Imam Hussain (A.S.).
One of the bravest of the Holy Prophet's followers Ja'far Tayyar, the brother of Hazrat Ali. In the battle of Muta, Ja'far Tayyar carried the Banner of Islam and in that battle he was out-numbered by the enemies and killed. When the news reached the Holy Prophet he cried and prayed for Ja'far's soul and the angel Gabriel came down and consoled (the Prophet), saying "Ja'far was a brave and loyal soldier. God has given him everlasting life, and in place of two arms which were cut off in the battle, the Lord has given him a pair of wings".
Hazrat Ali, who was sitting near the Holy Prophet at that time, said, "Please pray to God that I should die fighting for the cause of Islam and become a martyr." But the Holy Prophet said, "0 Ali, your death has already been decreed. You shall die in the mosque during your prayers, but the Almighty will give you a son who will die in the battle on Ashoora day". From that time Ali eagerly awaited the birth of that son.
(This prophecy was made in the year 8 A.H. when Imam Hasan was 5 years old and Imam Hussain was 4.)
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