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Hazrat Idris (AS) was the third prophet of Islam, after Prophet Adam and Prophet Shees. He is mentioned in the Quran in several places, and he is also a figure in Judaism and Christianity. In Islam, Hazrat Idris is believed to have been a great prophet and a righteous man. He was known for his wisdom and knowledge, and he was also a skilled craftsman. He is credited with inventing the art of writing, and he is also said to have been taken up to heaven by Allah. Hazrat Idris's life and teachings are not as well-known as those of other prophets, but he is still a respected figure in Islam. He is seen as a role model for Muslims, and his story teaches us about the importance of wisdom, knowledge, and obedience to Allah. Here are some of the things that Hazrat Idris was known for: He was the third prophet of Islam. He was a great prophet and a righteous man. He was known for his wisdom and knowledge. He was a skilled craftsman. He invented the art of writing. He was taken up to heaven by Allah. Hazrat Idris is a significant figure in Islam, and his story is an important part of the Islamic faith. He is a role model for Muslims, and his story teaches us about the importance of wisdom, knowledge, and obedience to Allah. Here are some additional details about Hazrat Idris: His name is derived from the Hebrew word "iddan," which means "firm" or "steadfast." He is believed to have lived in Babylonia, and he is said to have been a contemporary of Prophet Noah. He is credited with inventing the art of writing, and he is also said to have been the first person to ascend to heaven. His ascension to heaven is mentioned in the Quran in the following verse: And We raised Idris (Enoch) to a high station. (Quran 19:57) Hazrat Idris is a respected figure in Islam, and he is often mentioned in Islamic prayers and supplications. Qasas ul Anbiya or Stories of the Prophets is any of various collections of stories adapted from the Quran and other Islamic literature, closely related to exegesis of the Qur'an. One of the best-known is a work composed by the Persian author Abū Ishāq Ibrāhīm bin Mansūr bin Khalaf of Neyshābūr (a city located in Khorasan, Northeast Iran) the 12th century AD (AH 5th century); another was composed by Muhammad al-Kisai in the 8th century AD (AH 2nd century); others include the Ara'is al-Majalis by al-Tha'labi (d. 1035, AH 427) and the Qasas al-Anbiya by Ibn Kathir (d. 1372, AH 774). The Fatimid Ismaili jurist Qadi al-Nu’man also discusses the story (qiṣṣa) of the Birth of Jesus, explaining its esoteric significance (taʾwīl) in his Foundation of Esoteric Interpretation (Asās al-Taʾwīl). The narrations within the Qisas Al-Anbiya, are not about historical accuracy, but rather about wisdom and moral teachings. The differences between Nabi and Rasul; 1. A Rasul was a messenger of Allah who was given a new Shariat (codes of law) from Him. And a Nabi was also the messenger of Allah, but he was not given any new Shariat and followed the shariat of earlier Rasul. “Every messenger is a Prophet [Nabi], but not every Prophet is a Rasul [Apostle]. All Rasuls were Nabi but all Nabis were not Rasuls. 2. A Prophet is always a Nabi by birth, but a Prophet become Rasul when he officially receives the post and declares it. For example, our Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu #alaihi wasallam was Nabi by birth, but became Rasul when he officially got and delivered the message of Risalat at the age of 40. 3. The Rasul [Apostle] receives the message from Allah in many different manners such as, vision during sleep, direct communication with angels when he is awake. i.e., he can see and speak to the angels during communication of Divine message. But the Nabi [Prophet] differs from the Rasul in that he does not see the angels when awake but sees during sleep. 4. The Rasul is higher in rank than a Nabi. The Prophet Muhammad was the final and greatest of them. low are the names of 25 Prophets mentioned in the Qur’an in Arabic and English. Hazrat Adam AS Hazrat Idris AS Hazrat Nuh AS Hazrat Hud AS Hazrat Saleh AS Hazrat Lut AS Hazrat Ibrahim AS Hazrat Ismail AS Hazrat Ishaq AS Hazrat Yaqub AS Hazrat Yusuf AS Hazrat Shu'aib AS Hazrat Ayyub AS Hazrat Dhu'l-Kifl AS Hazrat Musa AS Hazrat Harun AS Hazrat Dawud AS Hazrat Sulayman AS Hazrat Ilyas AS Hazrat Al-Yasa' AS Hazrat Yunus AS Hazrat Zakariya AS Hazrat Yahya AS Hazrat Isa AS Hazrat Muhammad SAW #Qasas #qasasulanbiya