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Origin early 19th C. • from Arabic qismah ‘division, portion, lot,’ from ḳasama ‘to divide.’You can think of kismet as your lot in life, or your fate. The word Kismet is of foreign origin and is used in Turkish, Urdu, Hindi and Arabic.

Dude, I know Cantonese, English and Malay. I don't think I get mixed up. But, it is difficult to say that specific thing when you know it in another language besides English.

Ancient 970 year old Hindu Temple in North India, destroyed by Islamic invaders in India -Hinduism #architecture

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Ustadh Nouman Ali Khan explains this verse to mean that with every ONE hardship come TWO eases. How awesome is that? #subhanallah

Darazah Sharif, near Ranipur, Pakistan - A small village, some 52 km from Khairpur, is known for the tomb of Sachal Sarmast who was a great master of Islamic learning, lived a pious life and composed poetry in Sindhi, Seraiki, Persian and Urdu. Sachal Sarmast's Urs is celebrated on 14th of Ramzan (9th month of Islamic lunar calendar).