Fi Sabilillah Arabic English Urdu meaning Translation

The word fi sabilillah (في سبيل الله ) is an Arabic word meaning "in the cause of  Allah". In urdu اللہ کی راہ میں Sabeel means Path in Arabic.
The meaning of fee Sabeelillah is broad. As you will see Imam Bukhari Rahimullah has indicated
Imaam Bukhari (rahmatullahi alayhi) has mentioned a hadith [more or less] that whomsoever goes in the path of Allah 
(fee-sabeelillah) and dust gathers on their feet, then Allah will forbid the fire of Hell on them. This hadith was put under the Chapter of Juma'a and Imaam Bukhari has applied it to all Muslims going for Juma Prayers:
حدثنا علي بن عبد الله قالحدثنا الوليد بن مسلم قال: حدثنا يزيد بن أبي مريم قالحدثنا عباية بن رفاعة قال:
أدركني أبو عبس، وأنا أذهب إلى الجمعة، فقال: سمعت النبي صلى الله عليه وسلم يقول: (من اغبرت قدماه في سبيل الله حرمه الله على النار
There is no evidence to suggest that this hadith was narrated by the messenger of Allah (sallahu alayhi wa sallam) regarding "Juma'a". 
However, Imaam Bukhari has included this in this chapter because "fee sabeelillah" is a broad word.  
Spending some time out of our busy schedules to get closer to Allah (ta'ala) and His beloved messenger (sallahu alayhi wa sallam) is also literally called "fee-sabeelillah" (in the path of Allah).
Similarly, when people "go out" (root word Kharaja: noun - Khurooj) in the "path of Allah" (fee-sabeelillah) for 40-days they not only get the rewards mentioned in Imaam Bukhari's Sahih but are also practicing the hadith of Imaam Tirmidhi (rahmatullahi alayh