Karbala Pictures

 
Obaydullah ibn Ziyad's henchmen about to throw Muslim bin Aqeel from a tower in Kufa
Imam Hussain (A) arriving at Kerbala leading a convoy in the desert
Imam Hussain (A) talking to people of Bani Asad tribe and negotiating purchase of Kerbala
Imam Hussain (A) addressing the army of Omar ibn Sa'ad before fighting
Imam Hussain (A) with 2 men accepting bayyah by the river. Hur offering apologies and joining the camp of Imam
Imam Hussain (A) bringing a martyr's body into the women's tents
Battling with the enemies
Ali al-Akber (A) 18 year old son of Imam dying on the laps of his father
Abbas (A) on the Euphrates looking towards the fleeing army of Omar ibn Sa'ad
Imam Hussain (A) raising the infant Ali Asgher (A) towards the unashamed army, pleading for water to which the army responded by fatal arrow
Imam Hussain (A) bidding farewell to the ladies at the tent. Al Wida' Al Akhir (The Last Farewell)
Imam Hussain (A) at battle
The fallen Imam (A) awaiting the call of Allah (S)
Zuljana returning without his master
Women of the pure household at the feet of Zuljana who returns without the Imam (A)
The ladies with the now masterless Zuljana weeping at the martyrdom of Imam. The women of Imam's household wailing over the total devastation in Kerbala over the past few hours
The headless body of Imam Hussain left on the plains of Kerbala. Falling on the plains of Kerbala after battle
Looting and Burning of the tents - Shame Ghariba (Eve of the Disposessed)
Amidst the terror, the ladies rally around the new Imam - Ali ibn Hussain Zayn al-Abedin (A)
In chains and on foot - the women are prisoners
Zainab (A) and Imam Ali Zayn Al Abedin (A) at the court of the despot
Imam Ali Zayn al-Abedin (A) at the court of Yazid ibn Mua'awiyaah with the head of Imam Hussain (A) on display
Imam Ali Zayn Ali Abedin (A) addressing Yazid in the court
Long live the banner of Islam which was saved by the holy blood of the Martyrs in Kerbala


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(Acknowledgement: Adapted from ashura.com / http://shiaa.8m.com/cyber/karbala.htm)