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Respected king and valuable queen

Khalifa Haroon Al-Rashid was enthroned in the court and his respected teacher used to visit him.
 The caliph of the time asked for water.
 A slave came with water in a golden pot.
 The caliph had just put the pot of water in his mouth when the teacher's voice stopped.
 The caliph looked questioningly at his respected teacher. "
 Teacher ; Caliph, if you don't get this water, you are about to die, so what will you do to get water?
 Caliph Dear teacher, I will give you half of my kingdom.
 When the caliph drank the water, the teacher asked another question.
 O honorable caliph, if it stays inside and does not come out, then what will you do? Khalifa Haroon Al-Rashid, after thinking for a while, will give the whole kingdom to Ustad Mukarram.
 Teacher ; O Aaron, the truth of your kingdom is only a cup of water, and so much pride and arrogance over it, you drink water in a golden vessel.
 The narrator writes that Haroon Rashid kept thinking for a long time. Then the crying started and the hiccups stopped. Then he got up from the court and went inside.
 After that he adopted simplicity and spent his whole life in simplicity ..!

   Zubaida, wife of Haroon Al-Rashid

 Zubaida, the wife of the caliph Haroon al-Rashid, had a dream that did not seem good.
   Zubeida was a very devoted, pious, virtuous and God-fearing woman. She saw that I was at a crossroads and that the person who was coming was committing a sin against me.
 It is very painful for a devout woman to have such a dream. So, as soon as she saw this dream, she became very upset and said to her maid, "You have attributed this dream to me without mentioning my name." Ask Allama Ibn Sirin about its interpretation. Zubaida forbade him to reveal his name because of the interpretation of an unknown type of dream which would cause disgrace.

 According to the order, the maid reached Allama Ibn Sirin and said: Hazrat! I have had this kind of dream.
  What is the meaning of this?
 When Allama Ibn Sirin heard the dream, he immediately said, "It cannot be your dream."
  Not everyone can dream such a dream.
  This is the dream of a lucky person.
  Whose dream is to tell the truth first?
 Then I will explain.
  The maid said that Hazrat!
  The one who has this dream has refused to give his name.
  Allama Ibn Sirin said, "Take permission from him first, otherwise I will not explain the meaning of the dream."

 The maid came back to Zubeida and narrated the whole thing that Ibn Sirin says that first tell the name of the one who has a dream, then I will tell the interpretation.

  Zubeida said to the maid, "Go and tell me my name. Zubeida has seen this dream."
  The maid again approached Allama Ibn Sirin and said that Zubeida had seen this dream.
  "I have already said that this is not a normal dream," he said. It can only be a dream of a lucky one and then it is interpreted that Allah Almighty will establish such an ongoing charity from the hand of the Queen which will benefit the people till the end of time.
  When the maid went to Zubeida and explained the meaning of the dream, Zubeida immediately thanked Allah that the dream was very strange but the interpretation was very good.

 Then, a few years later, when Haroon al-Rashid decided to go on Hajj, Queen Zubeida was with him.
  About twelve hundred years ago today, in the time of Haroon Rashid, there was a severe shortage of water in Makkah and the pilgrims had to face great difficulty in getting water.
 When Haroon al-Rashid and the Queen arrived in Makkah, the people there, being Queen Zubeida's kind-hearted, asked Queen Zubeida instead of Haroon Rashid that there was a great shortage of water in Makkah.
  Make arrangements to get water easily here if you think it is appropriate.
  Queen Zubeida understood that this is a very important place where people from other countries also keep coming.
  They are facing water shortage. Therefore, this problem should be removed by any means.

 Zubeida sought permission from Haroon al-Rashid before she got it.
  At that time Islam was in its infancy. The infidel powers were under the control of the Muslims.
  Muslims were dominant in the world and their dinka was ringing.
  At that time, great scholars of every art were present among the Muslims.
  Queen Zubeida made it known throughout the empire that there were skilled engineers everywhere.
  Let them all come to Mecca.
  As soon as the announcement was made, experts from all major cities gathered and a large group of experts was present.
  Queen Zubeida called them all and said that I need water in every nook and corner of Makkah. How come
  And where will it come from?
  This is your job

 All the engineers sat with their heads bowed.
  All of them, in consultation with each other, prepared a map and laid a network of the Zubaydah canal around Makkah. Wherever there was a spring in a hill.
  Or water flowed in the form of a drain. All of them were included in the canal.

  The canal, about 14 miles long, was constructed in such a way that tanks were built in places so that if anyone was outside the city, they could lift the lid and draw water from these reservoirs.

 When the canal Zubeida was completed, the engineer who was in charge of the whole project.

  He prepared a file of accounts and visited Baghdad and reached the palace of Queen Zubeida.

  Queen Zubeida was having fun on the banks of the Tigris River at the time.

  He reported that an engineer had come from Makkah to take stock of the Zubeida canal. Zubeida immediately called the engineer.
  He presented the file and submitted that the Queen! This is an accounting file for the completion of the Zubeida canal project.
  I have fulfilled the order you gave. Water has been provided in abundance in the streets and alleys of Makkah. Now, the people of Makkah and those who come for Hajj and Umrah will have some kind of water, God willing. Water will not be a problem.

  This calculation is in front of you. You take account and give me permission.

 Zubeida took that file. He signed it and tore it in half and threw it into the Tigris River and said the famous phrase which is still preserved in history.

 "We left his account for the reckoning of the Hereafter," and said, "If any account comes to us, then take it, and if any of our account comes to you, then we have forgiven."
 The canal dug by Queen Zubeida bint Ja'far, wife of Caliph Haroon Rashid Abbasi, drains the Tigris River from Iraq, passing near the present-day city of Rafah in Saudi Arabia and reaching Mecca and Arafat Square, traces of which are still extant.

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