(i) A just ruler (Aadil Badshah)
(ii) A young person who is nurtured in ‘Ibadat’ of Allah Ta’ala; (Naujawan Ibadatguzar)
(iii) A person whose heart is attached to the Masjid;
(iv) Two persons who love each other for the pleasure of Allah; without any worldly motive, and they meet and
separate in that spirit;
(v) A man who due to fear of Allah, refuses to go near a respectable beautiful woman, sexually inclined towards him, as also a woman who in a similar situation refuses to meet a man;
(vi) A person who gives Sadaqah so secretly that his left hand does not know what the right hand gives away;
(vii) A person who cries when remembering Allah in solitude.
Note This particular Hadith mentions only seven persons; according to an other Hadith some other people, besides these, will enjoy the shade of the ‘Arsh’ (Allah Ta’ala’s throne) on that severe Day. The Ulama have counted them as eighty two categories, which have been recounted by the writer of ‘It-haaf’.