This answer was collected from HanbaliDisciples.com. The questions have been answered by Imam John Starling.

I saw a dream I need its tabeer: I saw qabrastan (graveyard). … ya Ahlalquboor Yaghfirullahu Lana walakum” please give the tabeer.

Answered by Darulifta Deoband Waqf

Ref. No. 1141 I saw a dream I  need its tabeer: I saw qabrastan (graveyard). Some graves were having full green  grass and one grave was having flowers  decorated. Then I read dua “Assalamualikum ya Ahlalquboor Yaghfirullahu Lana walakum” please give the tabeer. Answer: Ref. No. 1201 Alif In the name of Allah the most… read more »

Sunnahs at the time of Burial.

Answered by DarulUloomTT.net

Question: I have recently heard some brothers saying that the recitation of the verses of Surah Baqarah by the head and feet of the deceased are not of the sunnah as well as throwing a handful of dirt in the grave before the actual burial and that having odd number of rows for the Janazah… read more »

Muslim burials and funerals.

Answered by DarulUloomTT.net

Q. Can you explain to me the significance of preparing the grave the way Muslims do? Also I recently went to an aunt’s funeral, and I decided to leave before the hearse left. Someone told me that I should not leave before the dead because it is bad! Why? Is this part of Islam? I… read more »

Visiting the graveyard on a Friday

Answered by DarulUloomTT.net

Question Can you give me the proof from the Quran and Sunnah that Friday is the best day to visit the graveyard?   Answer With respect to visiting the grave on a Friday, the Fuqaha (jurists) have written, ‘The virtuous time for visiting the graveyard is on the day of Jum’a and on Saturday, Monday… read more »

Method of carrying the Janaazah

Answered by DarulUloomTT.net

Question The sunnah method of carrying a janazah is mentioned as follows: First carry the left front of the Janazah on the right shoulder (this will be the deceased right shoulder) and walk ten steps. Then carry the left rear on the right shoulder for ten steps. Then carry the right front on the left… read more »