Inheritance is an integral part of Islamic Shariah & Law, and it's application in Islamic society is a mandatory asp ect of the Divine teachings of Islam. That Muslim inherit from each other is proven from the Holy Qur'an: "There is a share for men and a share for women from what is left by parents and those nearest related, whether, the property be small or large - a legal share." [An-Nisa 4:7]In the terminology of Islamic Fiqh or Jurisprudence, a Klala (A person (male or female) who has died (& has taraka left behind) & has no Narina Aulad, and has no father, grandfather or great grandfather) is the inheritance of a deceased believing man or woman who is survived neither by their parents, nor do they leave behind any off-spring. The wealth left behind by such deceased are distributed as inheritance amongst their surviving brothers and/or sisters. In the article, it is tried to clear the meaning of "Klala" and it's rights as the understood by the Ulama and scholars. It also been tried to make the laws of inheritance especially related to "Klala" much easier to understand for the common person, but it still requires good knowledge of the Inheritance.