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        The Basics of Tasawwuf


        { The day on which property will not avail, nor sons; except
        him who comes to Allah with a sound heart.} (26-88/9)

        “...Until, when no Alim [i.e. knowledgable, learned person in the religion of Islam] is left, people will take ignorant men for teachers. These will be questioned and they will reply without knowledge. They are themselves misguided and misguide others.” (Hadith of the Prophet MHMD in Sahih al-Bukhari)


        “It can be ascertained that the troublemakers (al-mushaghibun) in our time, who claim that they belong to the school of the Salaf, outwardly making a show of such affiliation, do not in any way whatsoever belong to it: neither in knowledge nor in practice. They are propagators of falsehood, deception, and misguidance devoid of all guidance.” (Munir 'Abduh Agha)

        To proceed a demonstration of the reality of the esoteric science of Sufism:

        “Some formalists recognise only the science of the external religious law comprised in the Quran and the Sunna, and declare that the esoteric science, i. e. Tasawwuf or Sufism, is without meaning. In fact, however, the science of the religious law (Sharia) has an internal as well as an external aspect and inculcates inward as well as outward actions. The outward actions are bodily, such as hunger, fasting, almsgiving and the like, while the inward actions, or the actions of the heart, are faith, sincerity, knowledge of God, etc. The esoteric science signifies the science of the actions of the interior which depend on the interior organ, namely, the heart (al-qalb) and is identical with Sufism. The inward aspect of religion is the necessary complement of the outward aspect, and vice versa. Both aspects are inherent in the Quran, in the Traditions of the Prophet MHMD, and in Islam itself.”
        Abu Nasr `Abdallah b. `Ali al-Sarrâj al-Tusi (Kitab al-luma fi l-Tasawwuf)

        A Survey Of Decisive Arguments And Proof For

        Tasawwuf - Sufism in Islam*

        Edited by Omar K Neusser — This is the main page of our Tasawwuf section.


        1. The Basics of Tasawwuf

        (This chapter is by Shaykh Muhammad Al-Yaqoubi)

        1- Definition: Purification of the heart.
        True devotion to Allah in the ways He likes by the means He likes.
        ... Acting upon knowledge;
        Acquiring the good characters and getting rid of the bad.

        2- Subject: Allah, as how He can be known; or hearts & souls, as how to purify them.

        3- Fruit: The purification of the heart and knowing the Master of the worlds and attaining the Station of ihsân.

        4- Merit: Tasawwuf is of high merit. Its nobility stems from its subject. Ihsân is one of the three levels of this deen and the highest.

        5- Relation to other disciplines: It is the base of the Sharia; without it acts of worship become imperfect. It is the core of Quran and Sunnah and the tissue of Muslims spiritual life.

        6- Name: The word "tasawwuf" is derrived from souf (wool). Tasawwuf has been known by this name since the second century of hijra, i.e. the time of the salaf. It has been frequently called `ilm as-Sulûk (initiatic traveling & spiritual behaviour), `ilm al-Ihsân, `ilm at-Tarbiyah (cultivation) or `ilm at-Tazkiyah (purification).

        7- The pioneer: The pioneer of this branch of knowledge is of course the Prophet MHMD . Many hadiths highlight the spiritual dimension of a Muslim's life.[2.2]The earliest scholar who elaborated on it is al-Hasan al-Basriy.

        8- Sources: Tasawwuf is derived from Quran and Sunnah[2.1].The sayings of the great scholars represent a rich treasure for the seekers and the masters.[07]

        9- Ruling: Acquiring tasawwuf is fard i.e. obligatory; since all human beings are susceptable to sins save for Prophets. Imam Abul Hasan ash-Shadiliy said:
        “He who does not truly acquire this discipline will die persisting on major sins without being aware of it.”

        10- What it tackles: Tasawwuf tackles some of the cardinal elements of the deen such as sincerity; truthfulness; religious cautioness (wara'); conscious awareness (khushû') reliance; asceticism; love; and similarly their opposites, which are the diseases of the hearts such as insincerity; hypocrisy; arrogance; greed etc.
        It also tackles subtle subjects such as the passing of thoughts; the states of the heart; inspirations. One of its most important subjects is dhikr, the remembrance (i.e. in the evocation & recitation of the name) of Allah and its virtues; another is the shaykh and his qualifications, the disciple, murid, and his adab.

        11- Basic works in tasawwuf:
        - The Beauty of the Righteous by al-Hafiz Abu Nuaym al-Asfahani
        - The Revival of the Sciences of the Deen- (Ihya) al-Imam al- Ghazali
        - Al-Risalah of Imam Abul Qasim al-Qushayriy
        - The Aphorisms, al-Hikam, of Imam Ibn Atta'illah
        - Revelation of the Unseen by Imam Abdul Qadir al-Jaylaniy
        - Awarif Al-Ma'arif, by al-Suhrawardi
        - Qawa'id Al-Tasawwuf, by Imam Ahmad Zarooq

        YaGhaffar YaGhafur
        the All-forgiving i.e. the One who forgives every thing, all things
        the Forgiving all the time of the sins, i.e. the Often-Forgiving.

        2. Proof from Quran & Sunna

        As a matter of fact the amount of proof is too numerous to list here, and this is so, because Tasawwuf - Sufism is nothing less than the heart of the religion (dîn):

        “Being the heart of the Islamic message it is, like the physical heart, hidden from external view, although again like the heart it is the inner source of life and the centre which coordinates inwardly the whole religious organism of Islam. The Tarîqah is the most subtle and difficult aspect of Islam to understand at the same time that its external effect is to be seen in many manifestations of Islamic society and civilisation.” [k/trq_e]

        2.1 Tasawwuf in Traditional Islam

        There are the evident corrupt acts, to be seen by everyone and the concealed corrupt acts:
        {Say: My Lord has only prohibited indecencies, those of them that are apparent as well as those that are concealed,-} (7-33)
        It is the function of the science of Tasawwuf to heal (the heart of) the believer even from the concealed corrupt acts, such as blind hatred, ostentation, envy, hypocrisy. For this there are methods, disciplines[033]and doctors of hearts[3.4]

        2.2 The ihsân-hadith expressed by the Angel Gabriel:

        The Messenger of Allah MHMD replied to angel Gabriel's (pbuh) question on Ihsan (perfection), that it is "to worship Allah as if you see Him, and if you cannot (yet) see Him, then be sure that He is seeing you."
        A sound and famous hadith in Al-Bukhari, vol. 1, no. 47; narrated by Abu Huraira.[o/gh_e]

        Prophet Muhammad MHMD also used to say:
        "Truly, Allah does not look at your outward forms and wealth, but rather at your hearts and your works."
        Allah swt does not need our outward accomplishments, building records, material goods etc. when everything we have is only from HIM! But He said (in the Quran) that HE will scrutinize our inner being, our heart or soul:
        { The day on which property will not avail, nor sons; except him who comes to Allah with a (sound) heart* free (from evil).} (26-88/9) *sound heart: [2.3]

        2.3 Heart, Soul, Inner Aspect

        *sound heart (~ the organ of knowledge):

        “A heart in which the affectations of the mind do not arise, and which is safe from the distractions of all that is not God.” [CDS]

        *diseased heart:

        Shibli said: “A heart ruled by the present world (dunyâ)is debarred from feeling the sweetness of the world to come.”

        Allah swt warns us from the disease of the heart, which results in eternal damnation:
        Sura 2_10
        { In their hearts is a disease, and Allah has caused their sickness to intensify.} (2-10)

        The illness of the heart is of two types:
        - suspicion and doubt, and 
        - desire, allurement and wantonness*.
        Ibn Qayyim[MP3]
        *(i.e. cruel, violent, sexually immodesty)

        One's inward diseases are enough to cancel out one's good deeds - even if they are numerous.[PTP34]

        “For every object there is a thing which polishes it and that which polishes the heart is remembrance (dhikr) of God.”

        { For without doubt in the remembrance (i.e. in the evocation & recitation of the name) of Allah do hearts find comfort.} (13-28)
        Sura 13_28
        { Those who believe, and whose hearts find comfort in the remembrance of Allah. For without doubt in the remembrance (i.e. in the evocation & recitation of the name) of Allah do hearts find comfort.} (13-28)


        3. The Science Of Tasawwuf

        There are several aspects to it, and all have to be taken account of. The beginning of it is when the servant accuses his own soul[m/pse_e], the continuation of it when he takes account of himself in all states, and strives against his ego, seeking recourse in Allah swt . Then there will be blessings (barakah) and ease:
        { With hardship comes ease.} (94-5)

        3.1 A Difficult Science, With Great Benefit

        It is a science which is easy to hold speaches about, but difficult to implement and practice! Nevertheless one must not avoid the effort, but start the journey at once, before it is too late.
        Sura 90_12
        { Ah, what will convey unto you what the Ascent is!}(90-12) 

        This science is “mixed with what is bitter and distressful. It saddens the heart and brings tears to the eyes...The ego has no portion in its journey ... because its pre-condition is the killing of the ego and abstinence from one's wants. This is why scholars have deserted this science and occupied themselves with the sciences of juridical rulings and differences of opions ... they are lighter upon the souls that are disposed to following their caprice and averse to rights. Allah swt knows best.”[SSK43]

        3.2 An Individually Obligatory Science For Everyone

        The Prophets - peace be upon them all - are singled out from the generality of believers due to their extra certainty (yaqîn), faith and Prophetic proofs. For the believing Muslim - nay for every Muslim - it is very important to gain deep understanding,* according to the word of the Prophet MHMD :
        “Whoever Allah wishes good for, he grants him deep understanding of religion.”
        Al-Bukhari, vol. 1, no.71

        *“Deep understanding (fqh) is to know one's self: what is for it and against it.” 
        Imam Abu Hanifa radiyaa

        *For or against:
        The Muslims who implement tasawwuf don't engage in disputation and quarrelling about religion, and certainly not in showing off, but they hold that it is better “for one to occupy himself with what is for and against him,” and they focus on seeking Sacred Knowledge.[SSK67]

        “The states, stations, and spiritual struggles (which the Muslims who implement tasawwuf) seek to understand and speak of are needed by all the believers. Knowing their rulings is obligatory upon all and universally relevant. These include qualities such as: truthfulness, sincerity, remembrance, and the avoidance of heedlessness. Nay, the servant must know his intentions, aims, and inner thoughts at every passing moment. If it is a right among the various rights, he must stick to it and if it is his own portion*, he must abstain from it.”[fnSSK46] Allah swt says:

        Sura 18_28
        { And do not obey him whose heart We have made heedless of Our remembrance, who follows his desires, and whose affair is in neglect.} (18-28) 

        *That means the servant has to scrutinize his ownniyyât and goals at all times in order to discover if they are according with God's satisfaction and stick to them and if they are only for ego's or nafs's portion, he should abstain from it. 

        3.3 A Warning Of False Claimants

        ”Among the latter day adherents of Sufism there are claimants who, despite their meagre portion of knowledge and intelligence, claim Divine gnosis and enlightened spiritual unveilings for themselves.”[SSK30]
        This is wrong and deviancy.
        May Allah bring them back to the Straight Path!

        3.4 Looking For A Spiritual Guide

        “The benefit of the Shaykh is that he condenses and shortens the path for the spiritual aspirant. Whoever travels the path without a Shaykh is foolish, and he will spend his whole life having not reached his goal because the Shaykh is like the guide who leads the pilgrims to Mecca on a dark night.”[RES57]
        Shaykh `Abd Al-Wahhâb Al-Sha`râni

        If someone is confused about a particular aspect of this science, he should only defer to the view of  “a scholar who has experienced these states and settled in them and who has researched their sciences and intricacies. Whosoever does otherwise is mistaken.” [SSK49]
        Shaykh `Abd al-Hadi Kharsa

        3.5 A Measure For The Strength Of One's Struggle(jihâd)

        Now if we remind ourselves of the strong love or desire for wordly goods (and grown-ups have this passion, not children) as mentioned in this verse:
        Sura 100_8
        { And lo! In the love of wealth he is violent.} (100-8)
        then - for reaching the balance - 
        → this can be a measure of the strength of our struggle(jihâd) or the force we apply against our nafs for the commands of the LAW and the good pleasure (ridwân)of Allah. 

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        01 - tasawwuf – an explanation

        011→ Sufism ( tasawwuf ) is a knowledge through which one knows the states of the human soul, praiseworthy or blameworthy, how to purify it from the blameworthy and ennoble it by acquiring the praiseworthy [qualities], and to journey and proceed to Allah swt Most High, fleeing unto Him [by taking a spiritual path - tarîq ].

        012→ Its fruits are the heart's development, knowledge of God - Allah swt - through direct experience and ecstasy [ie. true experience of the Divine], salvation in the next world, triumph through gaining Allah's pleasure, the attainment of eternal happiness, and illuminating and purifying the heart so that noble matters disclose themselves, extraordinary states are revealed, and one perceives what the insight of others is blind to. Muhammad Amin Kurdi [ icd_e ]

        013→ The real meaning of the word "Sufi" means actually the one who is liberated [from the shackles of the dunyâ & nafs] or has completed his spiritual realisation. Otherwise the beginner [of the path] should be called "Mutaçawwif" and never "Sufi" as long as he has not arrived at the final goal. AV

        014→ It should be pointed out that Sufism has existed before its name since the very time of the Profet MHMD and according to Shaykh Abd Al Wahid Yahya the name actually means al-hikmah al-ilâhiyyah(knowledge of God). AV


        The wheel, it doesn't have to be reinvented, only re-adapted.

        02 - principles of tasawwuf

        021→ All the authentic principles of tasawwuf are to be found in the Qur'an and hadiths, so they are in the Sunnah.

        022→ He who dies without having entered into this knowledge of ours dies insisting upon his grave sins (kabâ'ir) without realizing it. [ Al-Shadhili ]

        023→ Reaching substantial, true belief in Divine Oneness and living in accordance with its demands. [ 10 principles of Tasawwuf ]

        03 - tasawwuf - the way of the Sufis

        031→ The reality of tasawwuf is defined by truthful self-orientation (sidq al-tawajjuh) to Allah swt Most High.
        (10 items:) [ What is Sufism? ]

        032→ Know that tasawwuf is two things: 
        Truthfulness with Allah Almighty and good conduct with people. Anyone who practices these two things is a Sufi ... [ Imam Al-Ghazali ]

        033→ Sufism is not as some people think; merely gathering together to engage in remembrance and recite litanies. What many are unaware of is that Sufism is a complete and practical method for transforming people from loathsome (i.e. causing hatred or disgust; repulsive) individuals to complete and model human beings. This is all done through having sound faith, sincere worship, good and correct actions, and virtuous character. [RES37]


        04 - The foundations of our path

        041→ These foundations of the path are 5:
        taqwâ (godfearingness, mindfulness of Allah), privately and publicly,
        * Adherence to the Sunna in word and deed,
        * Indifference to whether others accept or reject one,
        * Contentment with Allah swt in times of hardship & ease,
        * Turning to Allah in prosperity & adversity. 

        042→ 5 principles for treating the soul's illnesses:
        * lightening the stomach by diminishing one's food and drink,
        * taking refuge in Allah swt Most High from the unforeseen when it befalls,
        * shunning situations involving what one fears to fall victim to,
        * continually asking for Allah's forgiveness and His blessings upon the Prophet MHMD night and day with full presence of mind,
        * and keeping the company of him who guides one to Allah swt[Sheikh Yusuf al-Sayyid Hashim al-Rafa`i]


        05 - Concerning The Opponents of Tasawwuf

        051→ The detractors of tasawwuf often invent odd things about Sufism, either totally misunderstood or without any basis in tasawwuf, in order to be able to attack it, while presenting themselves as "the true followers of the religion" of Islam.

        052→ Nevertheless there those who go to extremes and there are deviatiant groups - parading as followers of Sufism, while being lax on the law(Sharia), culturally inherited customs, inventing new matters. These things have nothing to do with the religion whatsoever.

        053→ Certain opponents of tasawwuf adduce two reports, one chainless and one weak-chained, originating in a man from the city of Naseebeen (Iraq) who has been critiqued as munkar al-hadith or 'disclaimed in his narrations' to claim that Imam Malik derided group dhikr. [ Imam Malik and the Sufis ]

        054→ “No one is allowed to wag his tongue to malign a folk whose knowledge and state he doesn’t know, whose stations and intentions he has not discovered. Whoever does that will fall into destruction, even though he thinks he is from the sincere advisers. May Allah protect us!” [SSK49]

        055→ When you detect the slightest whiff of disrespect for (the schools of tasawwuf), you have been given the first sign that you are in the presence of a disconnected, unbeneficial person. [ Sunnism is respect ]

        056→ As for the statement "being a sufi, he is from among those who have gone astray in the history of Islam" it would be fair to say that this statement constitutes kufr because it attributes misguidance to the massive majority of the elite of this Umma ... GFH [ Mawlana Jalal al-Din ar-Rumi 'misguided'? ]

        057→ Remember Imam Ghazali's advice in al-Munqidh min al-Dalal: "Think good thoughts (about Sufis) and do not harbor doubts in your heart"; and of Ibn Hajar al-Haytami's fatwa concerning critics of those who respect tasawwuf and believe in awliya': "Bad thoughts about them (Sufis) is the death of the heart." [Those Who Attack Al-Ghazali]

        058→ Although there is no evidence that the word “Tasawwuf” (the Arabic word for “Sufism”) was used by the Prophet MHMD (peace be upon him), he certainly used the word ‘Ihsan’ or spiritual sincerity. Sufi Shaykhs have said that Sufism itself is nothing other than this sincerity, or the perfect following of the way of Muhammad, both inner and outer.[]


        06 - Sufism Is Self-Purification

        061→ Hadith of the Prophet MHMD on the heart: 
        “... truly in the body there is a morsel of flesh which, if it be whole, all the body is whole and which, if it be diseased, all of it is diseased. Truly it is the heart.” (narrated by Bukhari and Muslim) [hadith 40 Nawawi]

        062→ The process of self-purification means that a Muslim undertakes to rid himself of repellant characteristics and acquire praiseworthy ones, so that he perfects his worship of his Lord and attains His nearness.

        063→ The Sufi is that Muslim whose inner and outer behaviour are in harmony with the Shari`ah (Divine Law), so that he realizes (thqq*; tahqîq) his iman,islam and ihsan.

        07 - Famous Quotes On Sufism

        071→ Imam Ahmad ibn Hanbal said about the Sufis: “I don't know people better than them.” Someone said to him: "They listen to music and they reach states of ecstasy." He said: “Do you prevent them from enjoying an hour with Allah?” [Ahmad ibn Hanbal]

        072→ Imam al- Shafi`i said: “Be both a faqih and asufi: do not be only one of them! Verily, by Allah's truth, I am advising you sincerely. [Imam al- Shafi`i]

        073→ Imam Malik radiyaa said: “He who practicestasawwuf without learning Sacred Law corrupts his faith, while he who learns Sacred Law without practicing tasawwuf corrupts himself. Only he who combines the two proves true.” [Sufism in Islam]

        074→ For Abu Madyan, an aspirant's spiritual progress could never be separated from his social responsibility:
        "Sufism is not the (mere) observance of rules, nor does it consist of degrees or stages. Instead, Sufism consists of personal integrity, generosity of spirit, the emulation of what has been revealed, knowledge of the (divine) Message, and adhering to the way of the prophets. He who deviates from these sources finds himself grazing in the gardens of Satan, submerged in the ocean of lusts, and wandering in the darkness of ignorance." [Bidayat al-murid (Basic principles of the Sufi path); Abu Madyan]

        08 - Tasawwuf Shuyukh

        081→ The scholars of the Sufis are the genuine followers of the salaf due to their fully connected chains leading back to them. This is the fact of the matter and is not a mere claim. They are the Muhammadan inheritors; those in whom Allah has gathered the inheritance of Sacred Knowledge and the inheritance of spiritual states.[SSK] Some of the following are:

        Ibn `Arabi Hasan al-Basri Abu Hanifa Sufyan al-Thawri Imam Malik Imam Shafi`i Ahmad bin Hanbal Imam Ahmad al-Muhasibi al-Ju`i al-Junayd al-Tirmidhi al-Baghdadi al-Qushayri al-Ansari al-Ghazali Ibn `Aqil al-Hanbali al-Gilani Ibn al-Jawzi al-Shadhili Ibn `Abd al-Salam al-Nawawi al-Maqdisi Ibn Taymiyya Ibn Taymiyya II Ibn `Ata Allah I Ibn `Ata Allah II al-Subki al-Shatibi Ibn Khaldun Al-Bistami al-Sakhawi al-Suyuti al-Ansari al-Haytami al-Sha`rani al-Qari Ibn `Abidin al-Mawdudi

        082→ Other Shuyukh who wrote on tasawwuf:
        Far from being opponents of tasawwuf, there are those who accepted its reality, but this has not pleased some of the narrowminded who have tampered with the original writings(!), which is our Islamic heritage, to fit into their innovated ideology. Examples are here [trs_e] and here [strm_e]. Among the Shuyukh which they like to count as their's are the following who accepted tasawwuf and praised it:

        Ibn al-Qayyim Ibn Taymiyya (1) Ibn Taymiyya (2) Ibn Taymiyya (3)


        09 - Texts On Tasawwuf (at

        091→ Briefly put, 'sufi' is a second-century name applied to a type of Muslim earlier known as 'zahid.' [ Sufism in Islam ]

        092→ The Tarîqah or Spiritual Path which is usually known as Tasawwuf or Sufism is the inner and esoteric dimension of Islam and like the Sharî`ah has its roots in the Quran and prophetic practice. S H Nasr [ Sharî`ah, Tarîqah And Haqîqah ]

        093→ We seek the Sufism that addresses the ailments of the heart, plugs the holes through which Satan can steal into hearts, and resists the desires of the human soul ...
        Shaykh Yusuf al-Qaradawi [ On Tasawwuf ]

        094→ Apart from this main page, here a list of other texts:

        - 10 Principles Of Tasawwuf- Sufism In Islam, Gibril F Haddad- Sharî`ah, Tarîqah And Haqîqah, S H Nasr- Tasawwuf - Sufism in Islam, Hamza Yusuf- Purifying & Striving Against The Ego, al-Qadir `Isa- Role Of Sufism in Building Good Character Today- What is Sufism? GFH- The Defense of the Sunnah, GFH- On Tasawwuf, Shaykh Yusuf al-Qaradawi- Al- Junayd al-Baghdadi, GFH- Shaykh Muhyi al- Din Ibn `Arabi, GFH- Sufism in Islam, GFH- Imam Al-Ghazalî, GFH- The Awliyâ'u-LLahi,- Questions about the Hadra, GFH- Al-Shâfi`î and Tas.awwuf, GFH- Islamic Sufism (And Islam &Science), Nasr- Sufism of Putative "Salafi" References, GFH- ‪Those Who Attack Imam Ghazali‬, GFH- Book of Proofs - Defense of ... Tasawwuf, GFH- Al- Suyuti (his tasawwuf), GFH- Ibn al-Qayyim (on tasawwuf), GFH- Tasawwuf Shuyukh, GFH- old page with Tasawwuf Shuyukh -left-also:- Advice To Our Brothers the Scholars of Najd
        by Sayyid Yusuf ibn Al-Sayyid Hashim al-Rifa`i



        This strange idea that Islam can be (understood as being) complete without taking recourse to the treasure of spiritual, guiding knowledge of the centuries of (the saints and `ulema') of the Muslim Ummah has now been disproven and shown to be a grave misunderstanding, a forbidden change, an innovation (bid`a) in our noble religion of Islam and a ridicule for all the rest.

        May Allah swt increase us with knowledge and mercy (marhamah)!
        May Allah guide us the correct path!
        May Allah's peace and blessings be upon Sayyiduna Muhammad, his family and his companions.



        CDS: Contemplative Disciplines in Sufism, Dr. Mir Valiuddin
        MP: Medicine Of The Prophet; by Ibn Qayyim Al-Jawziyya
        PTP: The Path The Perfection, by Shaykh Masihullah Khan,, maulana_masihullah, x L 20120703 [the author], publications, path_perfection, x L 20120703 [the book]
        RES: Realities Of Sufism; by Shaykh `Abd al-Qadir `Isa, [the author]
        SSK: The Scholars of the Sufis; by Shaykh `Abd al-Hadi Kharsa, [the author]

        It has to be emphasized that tasawwuf as spiritual training and method, cannot be learned from books and sophisticated theories about God - Allah - and the universe. The spiritual initiation cannot be attained except through a shaykh. All that books can do is prepare the aspirant on the spiritual path in a general fashion.
        But first of all he has to learn the most important elements of the Shari’ah and fiqh.
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              Durood-e-Mustaghas Bismi Allahi arrahmani arraheem In the name of Allah, the most Gracious, the most Merciful Translation: Indeed, Allah confers blessing upon the Prophe
            1178 days ago 9 comments Categories: Durood Tags: Durood, Dua, QuranSurah, Wazaif
              Durood Akbar Bismi Allahi arrahmani arraheem In the name of Allah, the most Gracious, the most Merciful Translation: Indeed, Allah confers blessing upon the P
            1178 days ago 0 comments Categories: Durood Tags: Durood, Dua, QuranSurah, Wazaif
              Durood Mukadas Bismi Allahi arrahmani arraheem In the name of Allah, the most Gracious, the most Merciful Translation: Indeed, Allah confers blessing upon the Prophet, and
            1178 days ago 23 comments Categories: Durood Tags: Durood, Dua, QuranSurah, Wazaif
              Durood Lakhi Bismi Allahi arrahmani arraheem In the name of Allah, the most Gracious, the most Merciful Translation: Indeed, Allah confers blessing upon the Prophet, and H
            1178 days ago 0 comments Categories: Durood Tags: Durood, Dua, QuranSurah, Wazaif
              DUROODS - DUA-E-KANOOT - EMAN MUFASSIL & EMAN MJAMAL Bismi Allahi arrahmani arraheemIn the name of Allah, the most Gracious, the most Merciful Translation: Indeed, Allah confers bl
            1178 days ago 0 comments Categories: Hadith Tags: Durood, Dua, QuranSurah, Wazaif
              Wazaif of Week Bismi Allahi arrahmani arraheem In the name of Allah, the most Gracious, the most Merciful Wazaif e Ghawsia His blessed tomb (Mazaar Sharif) is in Baghdad, Iraq and is
            1178 days ago 2 comments Categories: Quran Tags: Durood, Dua, QuranSurah, Wazaif
            Surah Ar-Rahman & SURAH AL-MUZZAMMIL Bismi Allahi arrahmani arraheem In the name of Allah, the most Gracious, the most Merciful SURAH AR-RAHMAN It is commendable to recite this sura
            1178 days ago 1 comments Categories: Quran Tags: Durood, Dua, QuranSurah, Wazaif
            Surah Ya-Sin Bismi Allahi arrahmani arraheem   In the name of Allah, the most Gracious, the most Merciful   SURAH YA-SIN Sayyiduna Ma'aqal ibn Yassaar (Radhiallaahu Anhu) reports
            1178 days ago 9 comments Categories: Hadith Tags: Durood, Dua, QuranSurah, Wazaif
              Dua-e-Akasha Bismi Allahi arrahmani arraheem In the name of Allah, the most Gracious, the most Merciful Dua Akasha is the most superior way of asking for forgiveness from A
            1178 days ago 29 comments Categories: Hadith Tags: Durood, Dua, QuranSurah, Wazaif
            Dua-e-Jameela Bismi Allahi arrahmani arraheem In the name of Allah, the most Gracious, the most Merciful Benefits of Dua-e-Jameela a) Whoever recites Dua' Jamilah after Salaat
            1178 days ago 37 comments Categories: Hadith Tags: Durood, Dua, QuranSurah, Wazaif
            Dua Ganjul Arsh Bismi Allahi arrahmani arraheem In the name of Allah, the most Gracious, the most Merciful Benafits of Dua Ganjul Arsh One day Sayyidina Rasuli Akram (PBUH) was sitting in th
            1178 days ago 6 comments Categories: Quran Tags: Durood, Dua, QuranSurah, Wazaif
            Selected Qurani Wazaif Bismi Allahi arrahmani arraheem In the name of Allah, the most Gracious, the most Merciful     SURAH AL-FATIHA: There are seven verses in this Surah (chapter) and it i
            1254 days ago 20 comments Categories: Quran Tags: AL QURAN UL KAREEM, Qari, Shakir, Qasmi, Fateh, Mohammad, Jalandhari, Saleemuddin, Shamsi,
              AL Quran UL Kareem Arabic with Urdu Translation Maulana Fateh Muhammad Jalandhri AL QURAN UL KAREEM-Tilaawat:Qari Shakir Qasmi Urdu Translation:Fateh Mohammad Jalandhari Translation Narratio
            1254 days ago 0 comments Categories: Quran Tags: AL QURAN UL KAREEM
            AL Quran UL KareemArabic with Urdu TranslationMaulana Fateh Muhammad Jalandhri   Surah 001 ~ Al-Fateha - The Opening Surah 002 ~ Al-Baqarah - The Cow Surah 003 ~ Aal-e-Imran - The Family of Imra
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                                    SHAKWA       JAWAB-I SHAKWA      
            1392 days ago 1 comments Categories: poem,shikwa,Jawab Tags: poem, allama, Iqbal, shikwa, Jawab
                                SHAKWA AND JAWAB-I SHAKWA(THE COMPLAINT AND RESPONSE TO THE COMPLAINT)BY DR. SIR MUHAMMAD IQBAL   Iqbal’s poem “Shakwa” was one of his most thrilling poems
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                  UNDERSTANDING THE FIRST BREATH AND LAST BREATH ORGANS - SINS     بِسۡمِ ٱللهِ ٱلرَّحۡمَـٰنِ ٱلرَّحِيمِ سُوۡرَةُ آل عِمرَان إِنَّ مَثَلَ عِيسَىٰ عِندَ ٱللَّهِ كَمَثَلِ ءَادَمَ‌ۖ
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            626 days ago 0 comments From: QuranEdu Categories:  SUNNAH   Tags: quran hadith hadees 
   — Every year, on the 12th of Rabi^ ul-‘Awwal, an honored and glorified memory shines from the east to the west and is commemorated by the entire Muslim world. To praise Allah for the blessing and endowment of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him), every pious Muslim participates in celebrating the memory of our honorable Prophet Prophet (صلى الله عليه وسلم) Mawlid un-Nabi - The Blessed birth of Prophet Necessity of Loving the Prophet (صلى الله عليه وسلم) Seeing of Prophet(صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم) while Awake Durood and Salaam Finality of Prophethood Tawassul - Intercession through Prophets and Righteous Belief in Knowledge of Unseen Barakah (Blessing) through the Relics of Prophet(صلى الله عليه وسلم) Haqiqat al Muhammadiyah (صلى الله عليه وسلم) The Life of Prophets in their Graves Ruling on Degrader of Prophet (صلى الله عليه وسلم) Analysis on Visiting the Grave of Prophet Companions Ahlul Bayt (The Blessed family of Prophet) Sahaba and their Merits Martyrdom of Imam al-Hussain (R.A) Tassawuf Merits of Sufis Raqs (dance) in remembrance of Allah? Fiqh Fiqh (General Issues Collection of Hadiths Salaat ut-Tarawih Yazid bin Muawiya Quran and Sunnah on Prostration Controversy Visiting the Graves & Recitation of Quran there Seeking Help from Anbiya and Awliya (Istighatha) Salat ut-Tasbih The Fitnah of Takfir Ruling on face veil Difference between prayer of Man and a Woman Reciting Surah al-Fatiha behind Imam? The Witr Prayer Scanned Pages
            788 days ago 0 comments From: QuranEdu Categories: ZIKIR,ALLAH,QURAN,  Tags: zikir 
   —  Home QalbiZikr About Hadhrat Certificate Media Library Qur'an Advanced Search Sufism | Tasawwuf Introduction Principles of Zikr The Friends of Allah Oath of Allegiance Mureed Handbook The Blessed Sunnah Shariah: Islamic Law Dream Interpretation Daily Live Zikr About Us Dating vs Nikah Polls When will you start Qalbi Zikr? Right now! Very Soon We have 37 Visitors online Welcome to Zikr! People in all walks of life are searching for happiness, peace and tranquillity. Black & white, old & young, each and every person wants to be at peace. "Verily! Only in the Zikr of Allah will your heart find peace." Quran (Surah 13: Verse 28) Zikr, pronounced Dhi-kar, means remembrance. It is often associated with Allah to mean "Remembrance of Allah". On this site you will learn about the importance, virtues and purpose of Zikr, especially Qalbi Zikr. The Principles of Zikr Importance of Zikr: If something is of great value; brings about a significant change; makes a contribution which is crucial & extremely vital in life; you can call it important. We are now left with one question: Is Zikr Important? more.. Purpose of Zikr: When starting to practise zikr one should have one's thoughts directed and determined to achieve a desired goal. Zikr only has one true purpose but there are seven paths which lead one to reach the ultimate goal. Virtues of Zikr: Virtues of all good deeds are numerous and pleasing. but none can even remotely compare to the vast blessings, gifts, grace, stations, peace and tranquility received by one who performs Zikr. Learn more about the blessings that await you Types of Zikr: Different people have different tastes. As Zikr is for everyone, you are sure to find a type of Zikr which suits you the most. Each form of Zikr has its own blessings and beauty, but all forms of zikr lead you to the sweetest of them all. more..      
            824 days ago 0 comments From: QuranEdu Categories:  QURAN   Tags: sufi meditation muraqabah energy healing 
   —  - Select from these topics -Translate This Text Nur Muhammad Secrets of Light Muhammad Reality Secrets of Creation Secrets of The Throne Prophetic Realities Quantum Realities Sufi Meditation Healing Power of Sufi Meditation and Divine Energy Practices, Muraqaba Secrets in the Hand Divine Energy, Prophetic & Angelic Sufi Meditations Levels of The Heart Arc of The Covenant is the Human Heart Unlock the Vision of the Heart 5 Levels of The Heart 9 Points of the ChestLataif or Chakras Enneagram Muraqaba Muhammadan TV VIDEO LECTURES: Praising of The Prophetic Realities. View Free Digitized Videos of Salawat and Praise on the Prophetic Realities Meditation Videos Sufi Live - Broadcast Secrets of Naqshbandi Ancient Secrets of Naqshbandi Haqqani Sufi Order The Siddiquiya Secrets of the CaveRabbil Falaq Realities   Make a Donation Click Now to Support our efforts to Make Available The Legacy Mawlana Shaykh Nazim Haqqani , Shaykh Hisham al Qabbani &  Sufi Realities.   Letters & Numbers 29 Muqattaat Science of Letters and numbers Fawatih Unlock The Secrets of Muqattaat in Hadiths of the Importance of Letters & Numbers   Naqshbandi Golden Chain Khawjagan Masters of of Sufism 40 Golden Links of the Prophetic Reality Ancient Masters as ancient as the Soul   Books Online Many Free PDF Downloads Dalail Khairat & Devotionals Bahasa Language files Booklets with Illustrations   MAHDI RADIO - Click Here "21"    HOME | Welcome to Sufi Meditation Sufi Healing |Sufism Muraqaba | Sufi Healing| Sufi Meditation & Dhikr Remembrance of God | Sufi Muraqabah Muraqaba | Principles of the Naqshbandi Sufi Way | Secrets of the Heart | Abjad Secrets of Numbers muqatta'at Letters | Muhammadan Reality | Sufi Enneagram |  Naqshbandia Sufi Order | Please Email this Site to People You Love In The Science of  the Self Dhul Hajj In The Way of The Sultan "9" 108 108 H-8 Qaf -100 Haqq 108. Abu at-Taiyeb (Good Father Fragrant one) Jabbar 9th Kawthar 108 The Pond of Rasul to Dress The Nation For Paradise 108.1 Lo! We have given thee Abundance Veil of Intercession, 1,000 x saying “Subhana-rabbil-’azhim” (Glory to my Lord, the Sublime). Sajdah for Magnificence and Munificence Dhul- Hajj - Marifat Shifa- of Rasul He is Veil between Creator and Creation . return to your Lord. Lives of Ahl Bayt   Nur Muhammadan Realities   Naqshbandi Vancouver Join Our Newsletter Receive Spiritual Secrets, Updates, Lectures   CURRENT MOON lunar phase  
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   —     Sheikh Muhammad Maki (Sirat E Khulfa e Rashideen) Bayan Title Time of Upload No of Downloads Size of File Total Served Action SIRAT E KHULFA E RASHIDEEN Part 1 2006-05-02 3275 4 MB 13100 MB Listen or Download SIRAT E KHULFA E RASHIDEEN Part 2 2006-05-03 2533 4 MB 10132 MB Listen or Download SIRAT E KHULFA E RASHIDEEN Part 3 2006-05-11 2420 4 MB 9680 MB Listen or Download SIRAT E KHULFA E RASHIDEEN Part 4 2006-05-28 2384 4 MB 9536 MB Listen or Download SIRAT E KHULFA E RASHIDEEN Part 5 2006-05-31 2326 4 MB 9304 MB Listen or Download SIRAT E KHULFA E RASHIDEEN Part 6 2006-06-03 3012 4 MB 12048 MB Listen or Download SIRAT E KHULFA E RASHIDEEN Part 7 2006-06-04 3281 3.5 MB 11483.5 MB Listen or Download SIRAT E KHULFA E RASHIDEEN Part 8 2006-06-06 3046 4 MB 12184 MB Listen or Download SIRAT E KHULFA E RASHIDEEN Part 9 2006-06-10 2933 3.5 MB 10265.5 MB Listen or Download SIRAT E KHULFA E RASHIDEEN Part 10 2006-06-17 3001 4 MB 12004 MB Listen or Download SIRAT E KHULFA E RASHIDEEN Part 11 2006-06-19 2732 4 MB 10928 MB Listen or Download SIRAT E KHULFA E RASHIDEEN Part 12 2006-06-21 3307 4 MB 13228 MB Listen or Download SIRAT E KHULFA E RASHIDEEN Part 13 2006-06-22 3323 4 MB 13292 MB Listen or Download SIRAT E KHULFA E RASHIDEEN Part 14 2006-06-24 3048 4 MB 12192 MB Listen or Download SIRAT E KHULFA E RASHIDEEN Part 15 2006-07-09 3180 3.89 MB 12370.2 MB Listen or Download Bayan Title Time of Upload No of Downloads Size of File Total Served Action SIRAT E KHULFA E RASHIDEEN Part 16 2006-07-10 3697 3.9 MB 14418.3 MB Listen or Download Sirate Khulfae Rashideen part 17 2006-07-12 2890 3.9 MB 11271 MB Listen or Download Sirate Khulfae Rashideen part 18 2006-07-13 2915 3.9 MB 11368.5 MB Listen or Download Sirate Khulfae Rashideen part 19 2006-07-21 2983 1.5 MB 4474.5 MB Listen or Download Sirate Khulfae Rashideen part 20 2006-07-25 3435 3 MB 10305 MB Listen or Download
            1012 days ago 1 comments From: QuranEdu Categories:  QURAN   Tags: mathematical miracle of islam 
   —  The Numbers in Islam are more than what you see.   Over it are Nineteen.And We have set none but angels as Guardians of the Fire; and We have fixed their number only as a trial for Unbelievers, in order that the People of the Book may arrive at certainty, and the Believers may increase in Faith,and that no doubts may be left for the People of the Book and the Believers, and that those in whose hearts is a disease and the Unbelievers may say, "What symbol doth Allah intend by this ?" Thus doth Allah leave to stray whom He pleaseth, and guide whom He pleaseth: and none can know the forces of thy Lord, except He and this is no other than a warning to mankind.HQ 74:30,31 Since 14 September 2000 Last update : 22 February 2012 This website is not about Mystic Numerologies, Cabalas, Superstitions, Predictions and Witchcraftssince those things are prohibited in Islam.This website is pure about Mathematical Calculations and Simple forms of Mathematical Science relatedto the world of ISLAM. Noteworthy:1. I am not the follower of Rashad Khalifa, but I respect his discoveries.2. I am a Sunni and I believe both Al-Qur'an and the hadiths of the Prophet s.a.w.3. If you have critics, corrections, and suggestions, don't hesitate to contact me.4. Do you have any discoveries about Mathematical Miracles especially related to Islam?Please share them here.5. The Advertisements on this web are not in owner's control. They are belong to the HOST.6.I use Al-Qur'an Mushaf Uthmani for my research. Thanks.   Why 19? When told about the mathematical miracle of the Quran and how it is related to number 19 , many people ask : Why 19?! If it was 17 or 21, they would have asked the same question, WHY 21 ?  or  Why 17 ?. But of course there is more than one reason for that choice. Number 19 as we know by now is mentioned in the Quran in Sura 74 verse 30. God even told us the significance of this number in 74:31. The student of the scriptures will find enough evidence that the mathematical code, based on number 19, was used for the previous scripture as well. Since distortion changed the whole face of the old scripture we were left only with the Quran as the only preserved word of God. It is God's choice for this to happen. Even the universe at large bears this divine mark. The number 19 can be looked upon as the Almighty Creator's signature on everything He created. The number 19 possesses unique mathematical properties, for example: 1-It is a prime number , only divides by itself and one. 2-It encompasses the first numeral (1) and the last numeral (9), as if to proclaim God's attribute in 57:3 as the "Alpha and the Omega". 3-Its {numerals} look the same in all languages in the world.The numerals (1) and (9) look very much the same in , for example Arabic and English. 4-It possesses many peculiar mathematical properties. For example, 19 is the sum of the first powers of 9 and 10, and the difference between the second powers of 9 and 10. 5-Number 19 is the numerical value of the word "ONE" in all the scriptural languages, Aramaic, Hebrew, and Arabic. The number 19, therefore proclaims the First commandment in all the scriptures: that there is only ONE GOD. The word "ONE" "Wahid" in reference to God, in the Quran, is used 19 times. Is it a co-incidence? The number 19 itself has no power and has no holiness, and can lead you no where. It is the Miracle that is based on this number that has the significance. This significance is explained clearly by God Almighty Himself in 74:30-31. 74:30-31 states the following Over it are Nineteen.And We have set none but angels as Guardians of the Fire; and We have fixed their number only as a trial for Unbelievers, in order that the People of the Book may arrive at certainty, and the Believers may increase in Faith,and that no doubts may be left for the People of the Book and the Believers, and that those in whose hearts is a disease and the Unbelievers may say, "What symbol doth Allah intend by this ?" Thus doth Allah leave to stray whom He pleaseth, and guide whom He pleaseth: and none can know the forces of thy Lord, except He and this is no other than a warning to mankind. Allah the Almighty controlled everything.   WAHID, History of Muhammad (saw) and 19 33 Seems to be one of the important number in Islam Uploaded 24 January 2011 The Hidden Mathematical Calculation inside surah Al-Kahf Al-Qur'an mentions Gregory and Hijri Calendar Uploaded 20 January 2011 114 PRIME NUMBERS The addition of 114 Prime Numbers will give you surprises Uploaded 06 December 2010 PRIME NUMBER NO 632 The year of the death and his age coded in Prime Number Uploaded 30 November 2010   Click the image to find more. Num. Value Muhammad (m.h.m.d) and Num. Value of Ahmad (a,h,m,d) related to the First Revelation in Prime Numbers.Prime Number no. 9253 is 96001 Another shocking discovery about Islam and Prime numbers.Uploaded 17-09-10 Click the image to find more.Raka'ah Shalat and it's PRIME numberPrime Number no. 24434 is 280009 Another shocking discovery about Islam and Prime numbers.Uploaded 18-10-10 53 PRIME NUMBERS An Amazing facts of ISLAM and Prime NumbersUploaded 21 October 2010 Num. Value of A.L.L.A.H, PRIME numbers, Num. Value Muhammad (m.h.m.d) and Num. Value of Ahmad (a,h,m,d) Another shocking discovery about Islam and Prime numbers.Uploaded 17-09-10 EVEN, ODD, AND PRIME Microsoft Excel revealing the BALLANCE of the numbers inside Al-Qur'an(A small development from brother Dr. Tariq Al Suwaidan's discovery)Uploaded 11-09-10 THE PATTERN OF 19 IN TIME THE UN-THINK-ABLE NUMBERSHave you ever thought about these numbers?See the Devine Formula Num. Value of Muhammad, Num. Value of Ahmad, - sum of surah numbers = The occurrence of word "ALLAH" in Al-Qur'an Important!!! updated 07 December 2010 Total sum of the numbers of Surahs + Num. Value of Muhammad (mhmd)= Num. Allah (a.l.l.h) and number of surah Muhammad Num.Value of A.L.L.A.H + Asma al Husna = Num.Value of La Ilaha Ilallah. Num.Value of Muhammad (m.h.m.d) + Period of revelation = Total chapers of Holy Qur'an. The Num.Value of A.L.L.A.H + The Num.Value of  Ar-Rahmaan + Num.Value of Ar-Raheem = Num.Value of AL-QUR'AN AL-KAREEM Num.Value of Muhammad (m.h.m.d) + His age of the Prophet hood= Num.Value of ISLAM. Al-Fatihah x Total Raka'ah /day = Num.Value of Allahu Akbar. Num.Value of Al-Hamdulillah + Total Raka'ah/day = Num.Value of La Ilaha Ilallah Num.Value of Allahu Akbar + Total saying Allahu Akbar/day = Num.Value of Al-Qur'an   THE AMAZING VERSE Updated: 23 October 2010 A Research on surah 57 verse 3 The first contact between Al-Qur'an, Mathematics and five Devine Being of Allah. 92, 47, 38 AND 53 ARE ABOUT MUHAMMAD.SEE HOW THOSE NUMBERS ARE CORRELATED EACH OTHER IN PRIME NUMBERS 15 AUGUST 2010 UPDATED : 12 NOVEMBER 2010PRIME NUMBER NO 47 IS 211 PRIME NUMBER NO 38 IS 163PRIME NUMBER NO 92 IS 479ADD ALL THE PRIME NUMBERS. 211 + 163 + 479 = 85353 IS THE NUMERICAL VALUE OF AHMAD (ONE OF THE NAME OF MUHAMMAD).853 IS PRIME NUMBER NO 14747 IS THE NUMBER OF SURAH MUHAMMAD. FOUR "MUHAMMAD" NAMES INSIDE AL-QUR'AN AND THE YEAR OF HIS DEATH. 10 AUGUST 2010 A RESEARCH ON THE DIGITS OF VERSES18 AUGUST 2010 THE NUMERICAL VALUE OF AL-FATIHA,NUMERICAL VALUE OF "MUHAMMAD", ISLAM AND THE PERFECT TEN 04 SEPT 2008   SOMETHING BEHIND THE (UN-USED) ARABIC ALPHABETINSIDE SURAH AL-FATIHA 01 AUGUST 2008 THE MATHEMATICAL MIRACLE OF THE SHAHADA Updated : 02 MARCH 2008 The NUMERICAL VALUE OF"SUBHANAHU WA TA'ALA",  "SHALALLAHU ALAIHI WA SALAAM","LA ILAHA ILALLAH" and "MUHAMMAD RASULULLAH"04 FEBRUARY 2008 ---Updated 25 FEBRUARY 2008 BASMALAH AND AL-QUR'AN AL-KAREEMFound 29 JANUARY 2008 NUMERICAL VALUE OF AL-QUR'AN AND IT'S RELATION TO  "ALLAHUAKBAR" 20 JANUARY 2008 SOMETHING BEHIND THE DIVISION OF AL-QUR'AN19 JANUARY 2008 SURAHS AND VERSES BIGGER OR SMALLER THAN 66 updated 21 JANUARY 2008 MUHAMMAD , AHMAD and PRIME numbers updated 18 OCTOBER 2007 THE FACTS OF SAJDAH VERSESupdated 7 SEPTEMBET 2007 99The Asma al-Husna THE SIGN OF MUHAMMAD S.A.S IN DEUTERONOMY 18:18-22 You may disagree but we found something behind it. THE SIGN OF ALLAH AND MUHAMMAD BEHIND THE NUMERICAL VALUE THE FIRST AND THE LAST ALPHABET OF SURAH AL-QADR (97) 66 Is The Numerical Value of A.L.L.H AL-QUR'AN, 19 AND CHEMISTRYFURTHER RESEARCH ABOUT SURAH IRON (57) , 19 AND THEIR RELATIONSHIP WITH THE CHEMICAL SCIENCE. SALAALLAHU 'ALAIHI WA SALAMSee how its Numerical Value related to number of surah Muhammad and the amount of verses. The SHALAT, DHIKR and the MATHEMATICAL MIRACLEThe numbers are link to each others. PROPHET MUHAMMAD  IN THE GOSPEL OF BARNABA Surat An-Naml (The Ants)Surat An-Nahl (The Bees) Surahs and Verses divisible by 19 updated 06 March 2008 ODD and EVEN numbers of verses
            1039 days ago 0 comments From: QuranEdu Categories:  SUNNAH   Tags: hadith sunnah quran hadees 
   —   Sufis, Shaykhs, Saints & Scholars     Hadrat Ali-e-Murtaza Hadrat Ali ibn Abi Talib [d.40 H / 661CE] karam Allahu wajahu al karim 'Amir al-Momineen' (Leader of the Faithful); Hadrat Ali al-Murtaza Radi Allahu ta'ala anhu, is acclaimed as the father of Sufism [tasawwuf]. Most Sufi orders claim their descent from Hadrat Ali Radi Allahu ta'ala anhu.  According to 'Data Ganj Baksh'; UTHMAN 'ALI AL-HUJWIRI [d.469H] Radi Allahu ta'ala anhu, the rank of Hadrat Ali Radi Allahu ta'ala anhu is very high in the lineage of Sufis. According to JUNAYD AL-BAGHDADI [d.298H] Radi Allahu ta'ala anhu, Hadrat Ali Radi Allahu ta'ala anhu is the Shaykh as regards to the principles and practices of tasawwuf. Recommended reading : Father of Tasawwuf Biography: Biography of Hadrat Ali-e-Murtaza     - 250 HIJRI | 251 - 500 HIJRI | 501 - 750 HIJRI | 751 - 1000 HIJRI | 1001 - 1250 HIJRI | 1251 + HIJRI KEY :        d = death,   H = Hijri,    CE = Common Era       SUFIS & SHAYKHS [1] d. -  250 Hijri OWAIS AL-QARNI [d.37 H - 657 CE] ALI IBN ABI TALIB [d.40 H - 661 CE] HASAN AL-BASRI [d.110 H - 728 CE] MUH'MAD BIN ALI AL-BAQIR [d.114 H - 732 CE] HABIB AL-AJAMI [d.120 H - 737 CE] MALIK IBN DINAR [d.130 H - 748 CE] IMAM ABU HANIFAH [d.150 H - 767 CE] SUFYAN AL THAWRI [d.161 H - 778 CE] IBRAHIM IBN ADHAM [d.164 H - 782 CE] DAWUD AL-TAI [d.165 H - 783 CE] IMAM MALIK IBN ANAS [d.179 H - 795 CE] ABD'ULLAH IBN AL-MUBARAK [d.181 H - 797 CE] QADI ABU YUSUF [d.182 H - 798 CE] RABI'AH AL-BASRI [d.185 H - 801 CE] IBN AL HASAN AL-SHAIBANI [d.189 H - 805 CE] MAROOF AL-KARKHI [d.200 H - 815 CE] IMAM AL-SHAFI'I [d.204 H - 819 CE] BISHR AL-HAFI [d.225 H - 840 CE] ABU BAKR IBN ABI SHAYBA [d.235 H - 849 CE] AHMAD BIN HANBAL [d.241 H - 855 CE] AL-HARITH AL-MUHASIBI [d.243 H - 858 CE] DHUL-NUN AL-MISRI [d.244 H - 859 CE] QASIM AL-JU'I [d. 248 H - 862 CE]     SUFIS & SHAYKHS [2] d. 251 - 500 Hijri SARI AL-SAQATI [d.253 H - 867 CE] ABU YAZID AL-BISTAMI [d.261 H - 874 CE] SAHL AL-TUSTARI [d.283 H - 896 CE] JUNAYD, AL-BAGHDADI [d.297 H - 910 CE] IBN MANSUR AL HALLAJ [d.309 H - 922 CE] ABU JA'FAR AL-TAHAWI [d.321 H - 933 CE] ABU AL-HASAN AL-ASH'ARI [d.324 H - 935 CE] ABU MANSUR AL-MATURIDI [d.333 H - 945 CE] ABU BAKR ASH-SHIBLI [d.334 H - 946 CE] ABU 'ALI AL-DAQQAQ [d.412 H - 1021 CE] ABUL HASAN AL-KHARQANI [d.425 H - 1033 CE] ABD 'AL-QAHIR AL-BAGHDADI [d.429 H - 1038 CE] ABU SA'ID ABU'L KHAYR [d.440 H - 1049 CE] ABU AL-FARMADHI AT-TUSI [d.447 H - 1055 CE]  ABU AL-QASIM AL-QUSHAYRI [d.464 H - 1072 CE] 'ALI UTHMAN AL-HUJWIRI [d.469 H - 1077 CE] IBN AL-JUWAYNI [d.478 H - 1085 CE] 'AL-HARAWI AL-ANSARI [d.481 H - 1088 CE]     SUFIS & SHAYKHS [3] d. 501 - 750 Hijri ABU HAMID AL-GHAZALI [d.505 H - 1111 CE] QADI IYAD AL-YAHSUBI [d.544 H - 1149 CE] SHAYKH ABD'AL-QADIR AL-JILANI [d.561 H - 1166 CE] IMAM IBN AL-'ASAKIR [d.571 H - 1175 CE] ABD 'AL-KHALIQ AL-GHUJDAWANI [d.575 H - 1179 CE] SAYYAD AHMAD AR-RIFA'I [d.578 H - 1183 CE] ABU MADYAN SHU'AYB AL-ANSARI [d.595 H - 1198 CE] FAKHR AL-DIN AL-RAZI [d.606 H - 1209 CE] FARID AL-DIN ATTAR [d.617 H - 1221 CE] NAJM AL-DIN AL-KUBRA [d.618 H - 1221 CE] MUIN AL-DIN HASAN CHISTI AJMERI [d.627 H - 1230 CE] SUHRAWARDI SHIHAB' al-DIN UMAR [d.632H - 1234 CE] QUTB AL-DIN BAKHTIYAR KAKI [d.633 H - 1235 CE] IBN AL-FARID, UMAR [d.633 H - 1235 CE] IBN AL-'ARABI, MUHIY AL-DIN [d.637 H - 1240 CE] SHAMS 'AL-TABRIZI [d.645 H - 1248 CE] ALI AHMAD SABIR AL-KALYARI [d.650 H - 1253 CE] SHADHILI, ABU AL-HASAN 'ALI [d.655 H - 1258 CE] FARID AL-DIN MAS'UD GANJ-I-SHAKAR [d.663 H - 1265 CE] BAHA AL-DIN ZAKARIYA MULTANI [d.665 H - 1267 CE]   MAWLANA JALAL AL-DIN RUME [d.672 H - 1273 CE] BADAWI, AL-SAYYAD AHMAD [d.675 H - 1275 CE] IMAM AL-NAWAWI [d.677 H - 1278 CE] SADI, MUSHARRIF AL-DIN [d.689 H - 1291 CE] IBN ATA' ALLAH AL-ISKANDARI [d.708 H - 1309 CE] NIZAM AL-DIN AWLIYA [d.725 H - 1325 CE] AMIR AL-KHUSRO [d.725 H - 1325 CE] SIMNANI, SHAYKH ALA AL-DAWLA [d.737 H - 1336 CE] MAHMUD AL-SHABISTARI [d.740 H - 1340 CE ] SHAMS AL-DIN AL-DHAHABI [d.748 H - 1348 CE] SUFIS & SHAYKHS [4] d. 751 - 1000 Hijri SHAYKH AKHI SIRAJ AL-DIN CHISTI [d.758 H - 1357 CE] TAJ AL-DIN AL-SUBKI [d.771 H - 1369 CE] IBN KATHIR [d.774 H - 1373 CE] MAKHDOOM JAHANIAN JAHAN GASHT [d.785 H - 1384 CE] SHAH BAHA'AL-DIN NAQSHBAND [d.791 H - 1388 CE] HAFIZ AL SHIRAZI [d.791 H - 1389 CE] SHAYKH ALA AL-HAQ WADEEN CHISTI [d.800 H - 1398 CE] MAKHDOOM ASHRAF JAHANGIR SEMNANI [d.807 H - 1405 CE] IBN KHALDUN [d.808 H - 1406 CE] GESU DERAZ BANDA NAWAZ [d.825 H - 1422 CE] IMAM IBN HAJAR AL-ASQALANI [d.852 H - 1448 CE] IMAM MUHAMMAD AL JAZULI [d.870 H - 1465 CE] ABD'AL RAZZAQ, NUR 'AL-AYN [d.871 H - 1467 CE] ABD 'AR-RAHMAN JAMI [d.897 H - 1492 CE] SHAMS AL-DIN AL SAKHAWI [d.902 H - 1497 CE] JALAL AL-DIN AL-SUYUTI [d.911 H - 1505 CE] 'ABD 'AL WAHHAB AL-SHARANI [d.973 H - 1566 CE] IBN HAJAR AL-HAYTAMI [d.974 H - 1567 CE] SHAH WAJIH AL-DIN ALVI GUJERATI [d.998 H - 1590 CE] SUFIS & SHAYKHS [5] d. 1001 - 1250 Hijri MULLA ALI AL QARI [d.1014 H - 1605 CE] MUJADDID ALIF THANI SIRHINDI [d.1034 H - 1624 CE] ABD 'AL HAQ MUHADDITH DEHLWI [d.1052 H - 1642 CE] SAYYAD NAUSHA GANJ BAKSH [d.1064 H - 1654 CE] SHAYKH SULTAN BAHU [d.1104 H - 1693 CE] ABD'ALLAH IBN ALAWI AL-HADDAD [d.1132 H - 1720 CE] ABD'AL GHANI AN-NABLUSI [d.1143 H - 1733 CE] SHAH WALI 'ALLAH DEHLWI [d.1176 H - 1762 CE] SHAH ABUL GHAUS AL-FARUQI [d.1178 H - 1764 CE] SHAH ALE AHMAD ACH'E MIYA [d.1235 H - 1820 CE] SHAH ABD 'AL AZIZ DEHLWI [d.1239 H - 1823 CE] KHALID AL-BAGHDADI [d.1242 H - 1827 CE] SUFIS & SHAYKHS [6] d. 1251 Hijri – MAWLANA FAZL-E-HAQ KHAYRABADI [d. 1278 H - 1861 CE] AHMAD ZAYNI DAHLAN AL-MAKKI [d. 1304 H - 1886 CE] HAJI IMDADULLAH MUHAJIR MAKKI [d.1317 H - 1899 CE] AL HAAJ WARIS ALI SHAH [d.1323 H - 1905 CE] MIAN MUHAMMAD BAKSH AL-QADIRI [d.1324 H - 1907 CE] A'LA HADRAT IMAM AHMAD RIDA KHAN [d.1340 H - 1921 CE] ALIM-E-RABBANI SAYYAD AHMAD ASHRAF [d. 1347 - 1930 CE] A'LA HADRAT 'ASHRAFI MIYA' [d.1354 H - 1936 CE] PIR MEHR ALI SHAH GOLRAWI [d.1356 H - 1937 CE] 'HUJJAT AL ISLAM' HAMID RIDA KHAN [d.1362 H - 1945 CE] SADR'AL AFAZIL NAIM AL-DIN MURADABADI [d. 1367 H - 1948 CE] PIR SAYYAD JAMA'AT ALI SHAH [d.1370 H - 1951 CE ] SHAH ABD'AL ALEEM SIDDIQI [d.1373 H - 1954 CE] MUHADDITH AL A'ZAM-E-HIND [d.1381 H - 1961 CE] MUHADDITH AL AZAM PAKISTAN [d.1381 H - 1962 CE] MUFTI AHMED YAAR KHAN NA'IMI [d. 1391 H - 1971 CE] KHAWAJA QAMAR AL-DIN SIYALVI [d.1401 H - 1981 CE] 'MUFTI AL-A'ZAM' MUSTAFA RIDA KHAN [d.1402 H - 1981 CE] SAYYAD AHMAD SA'EED KAZMI [d.1406 H - 1986 CE] SARKAR-E-KALAN SAYYAD MUKHTAR ASHRAF [d. 1417 H - 1996 CE] PIR KARAM SHAH AL-AZHARI [d. 1418 H - 1998 CE]     On Sufism The tariqat plus haqiqat is termed Tasawwuf or Sufism. It is in fact, the science and art of developing the spiritual faculties of man and trying to understand, as far as possible, the Deity, the Divine Work, and the Divine Mysteries. TASAWWUF OR SUFISM SUFISM IN A NUTSHELL SUFISM & SUFIS WHAT IS SUFISM BY Sayyad Muhammad Zaqi Shah Rehmatullahi alaih MAN HAS TWO SIDES ABILITIES MUST BE PROPERLY CHANNELED KNOWLEDGE OF THE CREATOR DETERMINES SUCCESS MORE DIFFICULT TO DISPROVE GODS EXISTENCE RELIGION GUIDES AND REGULATES OUR RELATIONSHIP WITH GOD & CREATION ISLAM'S APPROACH TO GOD IS SIMPLER & MORE COSMOPOLITAN ISLAM IS THE RELIGION OF PROPHET ABRAHAM SUFISM IS THE SCIENCE OF DEVELOPING MAN'S UNDERTSANDING OF GOD THE SPIRITUAL WAYFARER HAS BEEN GIVEN GUIDES THE DUTIES OF THE BELOVED PROPHET MUHAMMAD THE HISTORICAL SPLITTING OF TEMPORAL AND SPIRITUAL POWER THE DIFFERENCE IN SUFI ORDERS IS IN FORM ONLY AND NOT IN SPIRIT          
            1064 days ago 0 comments From: QuranEdu Categories: Hajj  Tags: sacred learnig - hajj classroom 
   —   Hajj & Umrah   This classroom is dedicated to lectures covering both the inner and outer aspects of Hajj and Umrah, from waiting for the days of Hajj, to preparing for Hajj and the journey, to the Hajj itself, to carrying over the benefits of Hajj & Umrah in our lives. While these lectures were focused on Hajj and Umrah, many of the lessons and principles discussed are relevant to everyday life.  All lectures are in MP3 format . The Hajj Handbook is now available for download by clicking here. Authored by Shaykh Husain, Perfecting the Journey, is a manual intended to serve as a quick reference guide to Hajj and Umrah. It covers both the legal and spiritual aspects of Hajj and Umrah.   Date Hajj & Umrah Lectures Listen | Download Length Hajj Seminar at Islamic Foundation 11.05.06 Hajj Seminar Part I | | 70' 31" 11.05.06 Hajj Seminar Part I - Q & A | 02' 38" 11.05.06 Hajj Seminar Part II | | 07' 03" 11.05.06 Hajj Seminar Part II - Q & A | 03' 40" 11.05.06 Hajj Seminar Part III | | 10' 00" 11.05.06 Hajj Seminar Part III - Q & A | 02' 14" 11.05.06 Hajj Seminar Part IV | | 31' 18" 11.05.06 Hajj Seminar Part V | | 09' 50" 11.05.06 Hajj Seminar Part VI | | 18' 49" 11.05.06 Hajj Seminar Part VI - Q & A | 12' 42" Lectures delivered during Itikaf 1427 09.10.06 Preparing for Hajj | 92' 47" 10.14.06 The Days of Hajj | 18' 50" 10.14.06 Hajj - The Final Brick | 11' 53" 10.15.06 The Mandate of Hajj | 38' 33" 10.15.06 Preparing for the Journey - General Themes | 51' 20" 10.16.06 Preparing for the Journey - Making a Will | 42' 20" 10.16.06 The Journey Begins | 56' 39" 10.17.06 Entering the Haram | 41' 37" 10.17.06 Umrah: Tawaf | 57' 18" 10.18.06 Umrah: Sa'i | 33' 33" 10.18.06 Performing Hajj: Days 1-2 | 58' 50" 10.19.06 Performing Hajj: Days 3-6 | 39' 17" 10.20.06 Visiting Masjid Nabawi | 34' 19
            1082 days ago 1 comments From: QuranEdu Categories: Hadith  Tags: hadees collection urdu aulia hind 
   — (Hadees Collection in Urdu) Hadees Collection in Minhaj Books Aulia-e-hind Khwaja Garib Nawaz Koran Hadees in English Caliphs Imams Sufism Sacred Sites Forums More Articles in URDU Complete Books of Hadith in URDU Full Eight Volumes in of Sahi Bukhari + Full Six Volumes of Muslim and Quran Urdu in PDF dowloadable format Hadith collections in one and contains over 18,000 Hadith from the following: Complete Sahih Bukhari, Complete Sahih Muslim, Complete Malik's Muwatta Partial Abu Dawud Home :: Ahadees :: Miscellenous :: Collection Of Ahadees In Urdu Ahadees Menu Categories Hadees Groups Main Menu Home Ahadees Forums For Webmaster Create your own website of Ahadees. Click here to learn more. Webmaster's Login User : Pass : Ahadees in each category Categories Ahadees in each category Categories 17 9 15 2 31 7 6 8 9 5 5 23 6 7 7 Hadees Group Ahadees in each category Hadees Group Ahadees in each category Hadees Group 1 20 Hadees Group 2 20 Hadees Group 3 20 Hadees Group 4 20 Hadees Group 5 20 Hadees Group 6 20 Hadees Group 7 20 Hadees Group 8 20 Hadees Group 9 20 Hadees Group 10 20 Hadees Group 11 20 Hadees Group 12 20 Hadees Group 12 20 Hadees Group 14 20 Hadees Group 15 20 Hadees Group 16 20 Hadees Group 17 20 Hadees Group 18 20 Hadees Group 19 20 Hadees Group 20 20 Hadees Group 21 20 Hadees Group 22 20 Hadees Group 23 20 Hadees Group 24 20 Hadees Group 25 20 Hadees Group 26 18 Hadees Group 27 20 Hadees Group 28 16  
            1085 days ago 0 comments From: QuranEdu Categories: Hajj  Tags: hajj guide english urdu languages 
   —   Hajj and Umrah guide to the pilgrimage to MAKKAH(Mecca). Assalamu Alaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatu The Hajj and Umrah guide provides the following to assist you: Step-by-step details of each ritual A map of the Kaaba to help you locate Safa and Marwah A visual representation of the steps for Tawaf Duas that should be recited, including the times and places The miles and kilometers of the necessary routes Icons for user-friendly quick references · This unique Hajj guide serves speakers of many languages. You may download a free copy in Word or PDF in the following · · languages: Albanian, Amharic , Arabic, Bengali , Chinese,Dutch, English, Farsi, French, German, Gujarati, Hindi, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Malay, Portuguese, Russian, Sinhalese, Spanish, Tagalog, Tamil, Telugu, Turkish, and Urdu, and it provides transliterations for Arabic. InshAllah, more languages are soon to come. · · If you have a desktop computer, you can learn about the Hajj and Umrah journey in a sequential mode. Click here for the English Version or the Arabic Version. · فلاش الحج والعمرة خطوة خطوة رائــــــــــــع جدا · · To see the Legal approval by the Saudi Government to print the Hajj Guides by the Islamic Bulletin click here. · · We welcome you to visit our website and experience our other resources, such as Hajj maps, Hajj videos, Hajj books, watch live streaming broadcast of Makkah and Medina, Hajj in Flash and other useful links. · · Wishing you the blessings of a most wonderful Hajj experience. · May Allah Subhanahu Wa Ta'ala (The Most Glorified, The most High) accept your Hajj, · · The Islamic Bulletin  
            1087 days ago 0 comments From: QuranEdu Categories: HADITH , SUNNAH , QURAN ,  Tags: hadith sunnah 
   —      AL QURAN UL KAREEM - QARI SHAKIR QASMI - ASLAM AZHAR - MUHAMMAD MARMADUKE PICKTHALL Welcome to, your source for high quality recitations of the Quran. All the Quran recitations on this site are in high quality and are free for download and streaming as mp3s. Please enjoy your stay, contact us with your suggestions, tell your friends about the site, and don't forget us in your prayers!   PLEASE CLICK ON LINK:     Shakir Qasami, Aslam Athar [Pickthall] This is the complete set of the Holy Qur'an along with an English Verse-by-Verse translation. The Arabic is recited by Shaykh Shakir Qasami. The English is read by Aslam Athar using the Pickthall Translation. PLEASE CLICK ON LINK: Qur'an | Word by Word | Audio | | Prayer Times | Android | New :
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   —     Articles Children CD Store Books Audio Home Shaikh Muhammad Makki (Qasas Ul Ambia) Bayan Title Time of Upload No of Downloads Size of File Total Served Action QASAS UL AMBIA PART 1 2006-01-29 9997 4 MB 39988 MB Listen or Download Qasas Ul Ambia Part 2 2006-02-03 3898 3.6 MB 14032.8 MB Listen or Download QASAS UL AMBIA Part 3 2006-02-06 3467 3.7 MB 12827.9 MB Listen or Download Qasas Ul Ambia Part 4 2006-02-09 3184 4.1 MB 13054.4 MB Listen or Download Qasas Ul Ambia Part 5 2006-02-12 3039 3.7 MB 11244.3 MB Listen or Download QASAS UL AMBIA Part 6 2006-02-14 3223 4.1 MB 13214.3 MB Listen or Download QASAS UL AMBIA Part 7 2006-02-18 2706 4 MB 10824 MB Listen or Download QASAS UL AMBIA Part 8 2006-02-20 3347 3.4 MB 11379.8 MB Listen or Download QASAS UL AMBIA Part 9 2006-02-24 3286 4 MB 13144 MB Listen or Download QASAS UL AMBIA PART 10 2006-02-27 9601 3.8 MB 36483.8 MB Listen or Download QASAS UL AMBIA Part 11 2006-03-05 4068 4.3 MB 17492.4 MB Listen or Download Qasas Ul Ambia Part 12 2006-03-12 4762 4.1 MB 19524.2 MB Listen or Download QASAS UL AMBIA Part 13 2006-03-17 4322 4 MB 17288 MB Listen or Download QASAS UL AMBIA Part 14 2006-03-21 4282 5.2 MB 22266.4 MB Listen or Download QASAS UL AMBIA Part 15 2006-04-05 3656 5 MB 18280 MB Listen or Download Bayan Title Time of Upload No of Downloads Size of File Total Served Action QASAS UL AMBIA Part 16 2006-04-09 3496 5.1 MB 17829.6 MB Listen or Download QASAS UL AMBIA Part 17 2006-04-13 3617 5.1 MB 18446.7 MB Listen or Download QASAS UL AMBIA Part 18 2006-04-18 3578 5.1 MB 18247.8 MB Listen or Download QASAS UL AMBIA Part 19 2006-04-24 3583 4 MB 14332 MB Listen or Download QASAS UL AMBIA Part 20 2006-04-26 4456 5.1 MB 22725.6 MB Listen or Download QASAS UL AMBIA Part 21 2006-04-27 4038 5.1 MB 20593.8 MB Listen or Download QASAS UL AMBIA Part 22 2006-04-28 4288 4.5 MB 19296 MB Listen or Download QASAS UL AMBIA Part 23 2006-04-29 4106 3.2 MB 13139.2 MB Listen or Download QASAS UL AMBIA Part 24 2006-05-01 11195 3.3 MB 36943.5 MB Listen or Download Qayyamat part 01 2011-05-08 2197 2.51 MB 5514.47 MB Listen or Download   Click for More:  Islamic Bayanat
            1098 days ago 0 comments From: QuranEdu Categories: Seerat-un-Nabi   Tags: seerat nabi sirat 
   — Shaikh Muhammad Makki (Sirat Un Nabi) Sort by  Bayan Title Time of Upload No of Downloads Ascending Descending Bayan Title Time of Upload No of Downloads Size of File Total Served Action Sirat Un Nabi (SAW) Part 1 2005-10-10 8197 4 MB 32788 MB Listen or Download Sirat Un Nabi (SAW) Part 2 2005-10-10 5520 4 MB 22080 MB Listen or Download Sirat Un Nabi (SAW) Part 3 2005-10-10 5034 4 MB 20136 MB Listen or Download Sirat Un Nabi (SAW) Part 4 2005-10-10 4667 4 MB 18668 MB Listen or Download Sirat Un Nabi (SAW) Part 5 2005-10-10 4683 4 MB 18732 MB Listen or Download Sirat Un Nabi (SAW) Part 6 2005-10-10 4500 4 MB 18000 MB Listen or Download Sirat Un Nabi (SAW) Part 7 2005-10-10 4622 4 MB 18488 MB Listen or Download Sirat Un Nabi (SAW) Part 8 2005-10-10 4484 4 MB 17936 MB Listen or Download Sirat Un Nabi (SAW) Part 9 2005-10-10 4559 4 MB 18236 MB Listen or Download Sirat Un Nabi (SAW) Part 10 2005-10-24 4615 4 MB 18460 MB Listen or Download Sirat Un Nabi (SAW) Part 11 2005-10-28 4385 4 MB 17540 MB Listen or Download Sirat Un Nabi (SAW) Part 12 2005-11-02 4646 3.9 MB 18119.4 MB Listen or Download Sirat Un Nabi (SAW) Part 13 2005-11-05 4721 3.9 MB 18411.9 MB Listen or Download Sirat Un Nabi (SAW) Part 14 2005-11-13 4344 4 MB 17376 MB Listen or Download Sirat Un Nabi (SAW) Part 15 2005-11-17 4382 4 MB 17528 MB Listen or Download Bayan Title Time of Upload No of Downloads Size of File Total Served Action Sirat Un Nabi (SAW) Part 16 2005-11-22 5774 4 MB 23096 MB Listen or Download Sirat Un Nabi (SAW) Part 17 2005-11-25 6299 3.9 MB 24566.1 MB Listen or Download Sirat Un Nabi (SAW) Part 18 2005-11-28 7668 4 MB 30672 MB Listen or Download Sirat Un Nabi (SAW) Part 19 2005-12-05 5730 4 MB 22920 MB Listen or Download Sirat Un Nabi (SAW) Part 20 2005-12-08 5700 4 MB 22800 MB Listen or Download Sirat Un Nabi (SAW) Part 21 2005-12-10 5741 4 MB 22964 MB Listen or Download Sirat Un Nabi (SAW) Part 22 2005-12-13 5620 4 MB 22480 MB Listen or Download Sirat Un Nabi (SAW) Part 23 2005-12-16 5773 4 MB 23092 MB Listen or Download Sirat Un Nabi (SAW) Part 24 2005-12-18 5876 4 MB 23504 MB Listen or Download Sirat Un Nabi (SAW) Part 25 2005-12-24 5764 4 MB 23056 MB Listen or Download Sirat Un Nabi (SAW) Part 26 2005-12-27 6053 3.6 MB 21790.8 MB Listen or Download Sirat Un Nabi (SAW) Part 27 2006-01-02 5678 3.6 MB 20440.8 MB Listen or Download Sirat Un Nabi (SAW) Part 28 2006-01-10 5741 3.7 MB 21241.7 MB Listen or Download Sirat Un Nabi (SAW) Part 29 2006-01-16 6241 3.7 MB 23091.7 MB Listen or Download Sirat Un Nabi (SAW) Part 30 2006-01-22 9478 3.5 MB 33173 MB Listen or Download
            1107 days ago 0 comments From: QuranEdu Categories: Tibb,Nabawi,Healing  Tags: tibb nabawi healing islam body soul doctor patient sick healthy 
   —     Tibb-e-Nabawi ~ Healing by ISLAM, both for the body & soul, for the doctor & patient, for the sick & healthy بِسْمِ اللَّهِ الرَّحْمنِ الرَّحِيمِ وَالنَّجْمِ إِذَا هَوَى مَا ضَلَّ صَاحِبُكُمْ وَمَا غَوَى وَمَا يَنطِقُ عَنِ الْهَوَى إِنْ هُوَ إِلاَّ وَحْيٌ يُوحَى عَلَّمَهُ شَدِيدُ الْقُوَى By the Star when it goes down, your Companion is neither astray nor being misled, and neither does he speak out of his own desire, that which he conveys to you is but a divine revelation with which he is being Inspired, something that a very Mighty One Has Imparted to him. (Surah Najm ~ Verses 1 to 5) All praise to Allah Who Created the human from soil, He is Allah Who also Made rocks from the soil which can crush the soil, He is Allah Who Created Iron which breaks the rocks, He is Allah Who Created Fire which melts the Iron, He is Allah Who Created WATER which extinguishes the fire, He is Allah Who Created AIR which can carry tons of water as clouds, & He is Allah Who Descends the rain & Gives life to dead soil. Tibb-e-Nabawi is the divine medicine that was Gifted by Allah to Prophet Muhammad Salallaho Alaihe Wasallam by WAHEE (revelation). It is the true healing for both the doctor & patient, for the sick & healthy. Purpose of this website is to emphasize that Tibb-e-Nabawi is a complete code of medicine, both for the health of heart (soul) & physical fitness. We ignored it for the last few hundreds of years and as a result, no one in this world considers Tibb-e-Nabwi even as an alternative medicine, you will find followers of Acupuncture, Unani, Ayurveda, Herbalism, Homeopathy, Naturopathy, etc. but very few adopt Tibb-e-Nabawi as their first priority of cure & healing. There are many books written on Tibb-e-Nabawi, but Ibn Al Qayyam Al Jauziah's book is the most comprehensive, Ibn Al Qayyam was a miracle of Allah’s creations, he lived for 60 years, but had an experience of 1,000 years, precision and perfection of his knowledge on ISLAM & Medicine is reflected in his book on Tibb-e-Nabawi, & we have understood that he has presented the “Diagnosis & Prescription” with curing the heart & soul primarily; prior to treat the physical ailment. He wrote: "There is a tremendous connection between the soul and what the body suffers due to physical diseases. Only the most ignorant people will deny the effects of the soul on body and on human nature as a whole. Allah Gives the soul certain powers over the body when someone is attacked by diseases. In addition, the soul has certain effects on the body when it experiences the ailments that are caused by septic substances, especially when blood, semen or black bile is irritated. Evil forces take control of the body when it experiences such emotions and ailments, unless the person repels it with an even stronger power, such as remembering Allah, supplicating to Him, invoking and pleading to Him, giving in charity (Sadaqah) and reciting the Quran. In this case, angels will descend and will defeat and neutralize the evil effects of the devilish souls (evil forces). We have successfully tried this method many times, that which only Allah is Able to count, and we witnessed the wonderful effects of such positive forces (good souls) in strengthening one’s resolve and ridding him of bad elements. This method almost never fails". Disease was Created by Allah & CURE is also Provided by Allah, so why to go through the painful cycle of DMC (Disease ~ Medicine ~ CURE) ? By disease, Allah Provides an opportunity to reduce the burden of sins, furthermore, He Needs from a Muslim to follow the true principals of SHIFA, which help a Muslim to develop & strengthen belief on his LORD, the DMC cycle creates a strong connection between a Muslim & Rahman, between a slave & his Master, between a Mo’min (Allah’s name) and a Mo’min (A Muslim). Following are the true principals of SHIFA / Healing which cure both the heart (soul) & body : 1. Healing by Belief (Yaqeen) that Allah Has Sent the disease & Allah is the HEALER, & if the healing is delayed, it is by Allah’s Wisdom & Hikmah 2. Healing by Aa’maal-e-Saalehaat, Salaat, Sadaqah, Fast, Quran, Zikr, Duaas & Ruqya, Husn-e-Khulq, abstaining from sins, Istighfaar, etc. 3. Healing by the foods of Prophet Muhammad Sallallaho Alaihe Wasallam 4. Healing by the herbs of Prophet Muhammad Sallallaho Alaihe Wasallam 5. Healing by HIJAMAH; which is Sunnah & the best kind of treatment in this world When all of the above tools are combined together, it is very difficult for any sickness / ailment to withstand the crushing power of Tibb-e-Nabawi. Return to Page Top We have classified the contents of Tibb-e-Nabawi in these 5 categories, & many articles on this website are copied from Ibn Al Qayyam's book "Zaad al Ma'aad". The most beautiful words in his book are as under : وليس طِبُّه صلى الله عليه وسلم كطِبِّ الأطباء، فإن طبَّ النبىّ صلى الله عليه وسلم متيقَّنٌ قطعىٌ إلهىٌ، صادرٌ عن الوحى، ومِشْكاةِ النبوة، وكمالِ العقل‏.‏ وطبُّ غيرِه أكثرُه حَدْسٌ وظنون، وتجارِب، ولا يُنْكَرُ عدمُ انتفاع كثير من المرضى بطبِّ النبوة، فإنه إنما ينتفعُ به مَن تلقَّاه بالقبول، واعتقاد الشفاء به، وكمال التلقى له بالإيمان والإذعان، فهذا القرآنُ الذي هو شفاء لما في الصدور إن لم يُتلقَّ هذا التلقى لم يحصل به شفاءُ الصُّدور مِن أدوائها، بل لا يزيدُ المنافقين إلا رجساً إلى رجسهم، ومرضاً إلى مرضهم، وأين يقعُ طبُّ الأبدان منه، فطِب النبوةِ لا يُناسب إلا الأبدانَ الطيبة، كما أنَّ شِفاء القرآن لا يُناسب إلا الأرواح الطيبة والقلوب الحية، فإعراضُ الناس عن طِبِّ النبوة كإعراضهم عن الاستشفاء بالقرآن الذي هو الشفاء النافع، وليس ذلك لقصور في الدواء، ولكن لخُبثِ الطبيعة، وفساد المحل، وعدمِ قبوله‏.‏‏.‏ والله الموفق‏.‏ Prophetic medicine is not similar to that offered by doctors and physicians. Prophetic medicine is indeed the effective treatment and cure provided by the revelation and the guidance of the Prophet Sallallaho Alaihe Wasallam; that is coupled with a sound and perfect mind. In comparison, the majority of remedies prescribed by others are built on hypothesis, observation and experimentation. It is a fact that many people do not benefit from Prophetic medicine because it will help only those who acknowledge and have faith in it. Thus, they believe that it will help them and they then submit to it. If Qur’an, which is a cure for whatever the heart conceals, is not acknowledged and accepted with faith, it will not provide a cure for the heart. In fact, Quran will only add more evil and disease to the hearts of the hypocrites. Prophetic medicine is only suitable for good and pure bodies, just as Quran is only suitable for righteous souls and feeling hearts. Therefore, when the people ignore Prophetic medicine, it is like ignoring the help with the guidance of Quran, which is the most effective medicine. Again, when the medicine (Quran and the Prophetic medicine) do not work, it is due to the negativity in the body and soul that are not suitable for accepting the medicine, not because the medicine does not work. All success comes from ALLAH. The relationship of (scientific) medicine to the Prophetic medicine is similar to scientific thought in comparison to divine revelations (to the Prophets). Indeed there are scientific phenomena and medical therapies to which even the best scientist and doctors have no real answers. Even to this day despite the advances made by science and technology, many mysteries remain. The results and comfort of spiritual therapies comes only from faith and trust in ALLAH. They come through charity, prayer, repentance and seeking ALLAH’s forgiveness. They are aided by doing good deeds, helping the helpless and relieving the afflicted. The causes for these cures are varied and defy logical analysis. And the resultant cures cannot be explained by scientific experimentation and analysis. All this is in accordance of the law of ALLAH and nothing outside it. When a person’s heart becomes attuned to the Lord of the world, and trusting of the Creator of all ailments and their remedies, medicines which would otherwise be ineffective in an individual who is unbelieving and indifferent of heart become effective,. It has been experienced that when a man’s belief is strong, his body and soul are strengthened and they co-operate in repelling disease and overcoming it. This cannot be denied except by the most ignorant of people.   PLEASE CLICL ON LINK:  
            1124 days ago 0 comments From: QuranEdu Categories: Quran  Tags: shaikh abd al qadir jilani allah mohammad quran hadees 
   —          Sit down and rest yourself a while, and refresh yourself before you travel on... Welcome to the home site of our Master, the Sultan of the Awliya' of Allah, al-Ghawth al-A'zam Shaikh Muhyi'din 'Abd al-Qadir al-Jilani, al-Hasani, al-Husaini, may Allah perfume his resting place. In it you will find excerpts from his works and also many of the discourses that he gave to audiences of thousands of devoted listeners nearly nine hundred years ago in Baghdad. We will be adding to this site as time goes on, so please check back from time to time. [click picture to enlarge] About Shaikh 'Abd Al-Qadir Al-JilaniA brief outline of his life and explanation of his honorifics(may Allah be pleased with him) List of books from which excerpts of the Shaikh's works are presented by Shaikh 'Abd Al-Qadir Al-Jilani (May Allah be pleased with him) Qala'id al-Jawahir (Necklaces of Gems) - by Shaikh Muhammad ibn Yahya at-Tadifi A biography of the Shaikh, introduction and the background on his life (may Allah be pleased with him). You may also visit Al-Baz Publishing to see books and texts these excerpts are taken from. Map of the Perso-Islamic world - Land of Shaikh 'Abd al-Qadir al-Jilani(may Allah be pleased with him) Image Gallery Other Resources - Links   [click picture to enlarge]      
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   —      Speed of Light The Quran (Koran, the book of Islam) defined: Speed of LightRelativistic Time DilationGravitational Time DilationPulsars, Black Holes, SingularityWormholes (معارج)Dark Energy, Redshifting, Expanding UniverseDark Matter, Gravitational Lensing, Multiverse Einstein's theory of relativity proves the Quran right. Simple: Iron, Ice in Comets, Honey Bees, Secrets of Pyramids, Earth, Seas, Tectonics, Cloud Seeding, Atmospheric Pressure, Brain Functions, Genetics, Signature
            1208 days ago 0 comments From: QuranEdu Categories: Quran  Tags: quran.hadees hadith sunnath 
   — بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم الحمد لله الهادي إلى الصراط المستقيم والصلاة والسلام على من أرسله الله رحمة للعالمين سيدنا محمد وآله وصحبه ومن اهتدى بهديهم من التابعين     بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم كلّ امر ذى بال لم يبدأ ببسم الله فهو ابتر Any work that does not begin with Bismil’la is devoid of barakah SINCERITY1 so that one acts for God Most High,and avoid all forms of ostentation He has said: They were only commanded to serve God, sincere in their religion to Him, as men by nature upright (98:5) and Whosoever desires the harvest of Afterlife, We shall give him increase in the harvest and Whosoever desires the harvest ofthis world, We give him thereof, and of the Afterlife he has no share,(42:20).and Whoever desires the life of this world, and its ornaments, We shall repay them in it for their deeds, and they shall not be wronged therein. Those are the ones who shall have nothing in the Afterlife except the Fire, All that they do here is worthless and all their acts are without gain (11:15-16) and Let whoever hopes for the meeting with his Lord act righteously, and make anyone share in the worship due to his Lord (18:111) Muslim relates on the authority of Abu Hurayra (r) that the Prophet (s) said, “God – Great and Glorious is He! says: I am in less need of partners than anyone. Therfore when a man does anything for My sake, and for the sake of another as well, then I am quit of him, and he is empartnered to what he empartnered to Me’.” Bukhari and Muslim relate on the authority of Jundud (r) that the Prophet (s) said, “ Whoever acts to be heard and seen, God will cause his falsity to be heard and seen.” Al-Rabi’ ibn Khaytham said, “Every act which is not performed for the sake of God comes to nothing “ Sufyan said in connection with the verse “ Everything shall perish exept His Face (28:28) ” that it can be interpreted as meaning, “ Everthing that is not done for His sake shall perish.” 1 Excerpt from the book, “The seventy seven branches of Faith “by Imam al-Bayhaqi abridged by Imam al-Qazwini and translated by Abdal-Hakim Murad بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم In the name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful TRANSLATOR’ PREFACE Excerpt from the book WORSHIP (FROM AL-NASAIH AL-DINNYYAH by IMAM ABDULLAH IBN ALAWI AL-HADDAD), Translated by Sheikh Abdul Aziz Ahmed, published by Kitaba-Islamic Texts for the Blind, Glasgow UK WORSHIP IBADAH, WORSHIP, is the purpose of our existence. Allah says, ‘I have not created man or jinn except to worship Me[1]’.To worship Him means to recognise Him and then to submit to Him. The angel Jibril was sent to teach us that religion consists of three interconnected elements, iman (belief), islam (submitting to Him through worship) and ihsan (excellence in one’s relationship with Allah and creation). Iman is the process of recognising Him and being aware of Him. One articulates this through the declaration known as the shahadah, where one declares la ilaha illAllah wa Muhammadu rasulallah, there is no god but Allah and Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah. A sincere declaration of faith should lead to loving awe.This is called Taqwa. It is defined as, ‘fulfilling the commandments of Allah and avoiding His prohibitions both inwardly and outwardly while feeling adoration and reverence for Allah as well as awe, fear and dread.’ This had been dealt with in the first book in this series. The book of Worship deals with the second element of the religion and provides a more detailed explanation of obedience. The Prophet, upon him be peace, described the foundation of worship: ‘Islam has been built on five pillars: Bearing witness that there is no god but Allah and Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah, establishment of the ritual prayer, the giving of Zakat, fasting in Ramadan and performing of Pilgrimage.’[2] The word Salah, ritual prayer, is derived from the root ‘wa-sa-la’ which means to ‘to connect’. It is said that the ‘salah’ is the ‘sila’ (connection) between the servant and his Lord. Imam al-Haddad, echoing the Prophet’s word, describes it as ‘the pillar of the religion’.[3] He says it is ‘to the religion what the head is to the body’. Like all other forms of worship, it is more than a mere ritual. He says in the Discourse on Salah: The prayer has an outer form and an inner reality. The prayer is incomplete and imperfect without the establishment of both. The outer form includes the standing (al-qiyam), the recitation (alqira’ah), the bowing (al-ruku’), prostration (al-sajda) and the like.The inner realities include presence (al-khushu’) concentration of the heart (hudur al-qulb), complete sincerity, contemplation of the meanings of the recitation and the glorification (tasbih) and other elements from the inner dimensions of the prayer. Zakat is sometimes thought of as charity or alms or tax. The word has two meanings. Firstly, it means to grow and secondly, to purify. In a legal sense, it means to give from one’s specific possessions under specific circumstances. The specific possessions include gold and silver, money, livestock, trade goods, treasure and crops. The specific circumstances are mentioned briefly in this book and are detailed in the books of jurisprudence. The giving of Zakat ‘purifies’ one’s wealth and as a result, it ‘grows’ in blessing. However, the real purification and growth is in the inner being of the one who gives the Zakat. His lower self is purified of the love of this temporal world. The Quran uses the word Zakat in this context when He, the Exalted’ says: ‘By the soul and the proportion and order given to it, and its enlightenment as to wrong and its right. Truly he succeeds who purifies it.[4] Saum, is the Arabic word for fasting. It means to ‘to hold back’ or ‘restrain’. The holding back and restraining of the lower self is an ongoing process but is aided by the compulsory fast of Ramadan. Hajj or pilgrimage is the directing of one’s self towards Allah through physically moving towards and around His Sacred House in Makkah and performing the rites associated with the visit. These rites were established by the prophet Ibrahim (Abraham), and re-established by Muhammad, upon him be peace. In doing so, he completed Allah’s message concerning worship. It was during the pilgrimage that Allah said: ‘This day have I perfected your religion for you, completed My favour upon you and have chosen for you Islam as your religion.’[5] We ask Allah to make us of those who show gratitude for this favour through the establishment of true worship in all aspects. Amin. IMAM AL-HADDAD Abdullah bin Alawi al-Haddad was a descendent of the Prophet Muhammad, upon him be peace, whose forefathers settled in the Hadramaut valley of Southern Arabia. Those forefathers established a strong tradition of knowledge and calling people to God through their words, actions and writings. They stood for orthodox Islam of the people of the Quran and Sunnah with a strong emphasis on spiritual growth and good character. Their teachings were influenced by scholars such as al-Ghazali and Abu Talib al-Makki.[6] Imam al-Haddad was born to two of the most upright and saintly people of that time. His parents ‘Alawi bin Muhammad al-Haddad and Salma bint ‘Umar al-Munaffar were known for their spirituality as well as their knowledge of the legal system and tradition of Islam. The noble Salma gave birth to our Imam Abdullah on 5th Safar 1044H, 1st August 1634 CE. Aged three, Imam al-Haddad became ill and lost his sight. Although there were fears that becoming blind might hamper his spiritual and intellectual growth it seemed to have had the opposite effect. His teachers noted an increase in his eagerness and ability to memorise the Quran and other texts and an increase in his devotional worship. His childhood friend, Abdullah Bal-Faqih used to say, ‘although our performance of worship was together, Abdullah would always surpass us.’ Even as a young child he used to perform between a hundred and two hundred additional prayer cycles every morning. By the age of fifteen, he had studied under almost all the scholars of the area and was eagerly memorising major texts including the Shafi’ law manual al-Irshad. It is reported that he studied under 140 different scholars. After mastering the outer Islamic sciences, his interest was initially not on teaching but on retreat from the world. At seventeen years old, he took to long periods of seclusion in the mosque of al-Hajira in Tarim. For a while he refused pleas to teach, but eventually succumbed to the request of a sincere student from the Ba Fadl clan and a relative named Hasan al-Jifri. Once he began teaching, his thirst for knowledge increased once again and he dedicated himself to teaching, studying and calling people to God. He was kind and loving and cared a great deal for his community. He was particularly concerned about the poor, widows and orphans. On the rare occasions when he became annoyed with his own servant, he would give him a present to abate his own anger prompting his servant to remark, ‘I wish he would be annoyed with me more often.’ In 1079H, 1668 CE, the Imam performed the pilgrimage to Makkah and visited his noble grandfather, upon whom be peace, in Madina. He met many of the world’s leading scholars and returned intellectually and spiritually invigorated by the experience. After his return, he settled in al-Hawi on the outskirts of Tarim where he established a mosque and his new home. This became the centre of his teaching activities and calling to God. He wrote many books and guided people through direct spiritual training, teaching and litanies which are read today all over the world. He would go out to visit remote villages, teach people at home and write to the rulers and governors. It was because of his tremendous effort in calling to God that he earned the title ‘ Qutb al-da’wah wal-Irdhad’, the Pole of Calling and Guidance. He continued teaching and calling to God until his death on 7th Dhul Qa’da 1132, 12 August 1720 CE. May Allah be pleased with him and benefit us by him. [1] Al-Dhariyat 51:56 [2] Related by al-Bukhari in the Book of Faith (hadith no 8) and Muslim in the Book of Faith (hadith no 8) [3] The Imam’s statement reflects the hadith, ‘prayer is the pillar (imad) of the religion as related on the authority of ‘Aisha by al-Bayhaqi in his Branches of Faith. [4] Al-Shams 91: 7-9 [5] Al-Maida 5:3 [6] Abu Talib al-Makki was an ascetic scholar born in Iraq where he died in 386H/996 CE. His famous book was Qut al-Qulub, Provision of the Hearts, describes the spiritual dimension of worship. Imam Abu Hamid al-Ghazali gathered knowledge of the outer and inner sciences of Islam in his various books but most importantly in a collection entitled Ihya ‘Ulum al-Din, Revival of Islamic Sciences. He died near Tabiran in modern day Iran in 505H/1111CE.   new additions.. 1. Preface to Book of Al-Nasaih Al-Dinniyah by Imam Abdullah Ibn Alawi Al-Haddad (frontpage) 2. Ghibah (new link) · Home · Ba’Alawi o Introduction o Way of Bani 'Alawi o Defination Of Tariqa Al’wiyah o Spread of Islam from Hadhramaut o Al Tariqah Al Alawiyah o Video-Habib Dr Hisham Aljufri · Al Habib Abdul Qadir Al Saggaf o Biography o Supplication Ziarah maqam Rasullulah o Supplication After Prayer o Anecdotes o Lecture Causes of Happiness in Both Worlds o Photos o Eulogy o Sheikh Abdul Aziz on Al Habib Abdul Qadir o Video § Lecture at Oman § Trailer · Al Habib Ahmad Mashur Al Haddad o Biography o Salawat and Supplication o Anecdotes o Preface on Book of Assistance · Al Habib Abu Bakar 'Al Attas' o Biography o
            1208 days ago 1 comments From: QuranEdu Categories: Islam  Tags: salat prayer islam 
   —   Home Page | Contact|Turkish| Français بِسْــــــــــــــــــــــمِ اﷲِارَّحْمَنِ ارَّحِيم In the name of Allah, the Compassionate, the Merciful CONTENTS 1. Salat (Ritual Prayer In. Islam) قُلْ إِنَّ صَلَاتِي وَنُسُكِي وَمَحْيَايَ وَمَمَاتِي لِلَّهِ رَبِّ الْعَالَمِينَ Say: "Truly, my prayer and my service of sacrifice, my life and my death, are (all) for Allah, the Cherisher of the Worlds." [The Cattle (Al-Anàam), 62] الَّذِينَ إِذَا ذُكِرَ اللَّهُ وَجِلَت قُلُوبُهُمْ وَالصَّابِرِينَ عَلَى مَا أَصَابَهُمْ وَالْمُقِيمِي الصَّلَاةِ وَمِمَّا رَزَقْنَاهُمْ يُنفِقُونْ To those whose hearts when Allah is mentioned, are filled with fear, who show patient perseverance over their afflictions, keep up regular prayer, and spend (in charity) out of what We have bestowed upon them. [The Pilgrimage (Al-Hajj), 35] 2. The Obligatory Acts (Fardh) Of Salat 3. The Requirements For The Performance Of Salat 4. The Pillars Of Salat 5. Ritual Ablution (Wudhu) 6. The Obligatory Acts Of Minor Ritual Ablution (Wudhu) 7. Acts Of Ablution (Wudhu) 8. Those Things That Nullify Wudhu (Minor Ritual Ablution) 9. Those Devotions (that are not allowed to be performed without ablution) 10. Major Ritual Ablution (Ghusl Or Bath) 11. Ritual Ablution With Clean Soil (Tayammum) 12. How To Perform The Obligatory Rakats Of The Prayer 13. The Actual Call To A Ritual Prayer (Iqamat) 14. The Dawn Prayer (Salat Al-Fajr) 15. Noon Prayer (Salat Az-Zuhr) 16. Late Afternoon Prayer (Salat Al-Asr) 17. Sunset Prayer (Salat Al-Maghrib) 18. Late Evening Prayer (Salat Al-'Isha) 19. Odd-Numbered Prayer (Salat Al-Witr) 20. The Performance Of Prayers In Jamaat (Congregation) 21. Friday Assembly Prayer (Salat Al-Jum'a) 22. Festival Prayer (Salat al-Eid) 23. Tarawih Prayer (Salat Al-Tarawih) 24. Funeral Prayer (Salat Al-Janazah) 25. Traveller's Ritual Prayer (Salat Us_Safar) 26. Missed Ritual Prayers (Salat Al-Qadha) 27. Those Acts That Nullify A Ritual Prayer 28. Acts Of Salat (Wajibs Salat) 29. How To Perform A Prostration For Forgetfulness (Sajdah Sahw) 30. Praises And Supplications (to be recited after ritual prayer) 31. Supplications Recited In Ritual Prayers 32. Surahs Frequently Recited In Salat 33. Ayat Al-Kursi 34. Aman Ar-Rasulu 35. Huw’Allah-ulladhi
            1216 days ago 0 comments From: QuranEdu Categories: Hadith  Tags: ruh al haq spirit truth prophet allah durood 
   — Spiritual Secrets of the Mawlid of the Prophet sallallahu alaihi wasallam Read here the Spiritual Secrets of the Mawlid of the Prophet Sayyid Muhammad Uthman al-Mirghani, the Khatim,and the Mirghani Family (may Allah be pleased with all of them).   Read The Light of Sight”.     Spiritual Secrets of the Mawlid of the Prophet sallallahu alaihi wasallam PLEASE CLICK ON LINKS: Spiritual Secrets of the Mawlid of the Prophet- 1 Spiritual Secrets of the Mawlid of the Prophet- 2 Spiritual Secrets of the Mawlid of the Prophet- 3 Eid Milaadun Nabi Mubarak Rabi al Awwal Durood Noor In reality a crown, though its image is a sandal. Jo sar pe rakhne ko mil jaaye Naalayn Paak-e-Huzoor Durood e Taj – The Salutation of the Crown Benefits of Salaatul Taj Qasida by Habib Mashhur al Haddad (Rahmatullahi alayh) Bear in our heart the scar of longing for Madinah Breeze of Rose Prophet Muhammad (P.B.U.H.) O Abode of the best of the Messengers Kunooz al- Asrar – “Treasures of Secrets”   in quantity as great as the drops of rain “O Allah, bless our master Muhammad, the light of lights, the mystery of mysteries, the master of the righteous, the adornment of the best messengers, the noblest of whomever the night darkens and the day brightens, and in quantity as great the drops of rain which descend from the first of this world to its end, and in quantity as great as the plants and trees which grow from the first of this world to its end, with a blessing which is constant, lasting as long as the Kingdom of Allah, the One, the Victorious.” DALAIL UL KHAYRAT       “And if you see your ego controlling you, And it comes to lead you into the Fire of Desires, Banish its desires by continuous blessing, There is nothing to compare with Dalail-i Hayrat Be steadfast in your reading of Dalail-i Hayrat. Read it to obtain your wishes, Lights appear and blaze thereby, O my brethren, it is never to be abandoned.”                        
            1222 days ago 0 comments From: QuranEdu Categories: Hadith  Tags: imam ghazali religious science spirituality quran arabic faith purity prayer allam 
   —       al-Ghazālī website The Revival of the Religious Sciences (Iḥyāʾ ʿulūm al-dīn) is widely regarded as the greatest work of Muslim spirituality, and is perhaps the most read work in the Muslim world, after the Qurʾān. The Revival of the Religious Sciences is divided into four parts, each containing ten chapters. Part one deals with knowledge and the requirements of faith—ritual purity, prayer, charity, fasting, pilgrimage, recitation of the Qurʾān, and so forth; part two concentrates on people and society—the manners related to eating, marriage, earning a living, and friendship; parts three and four are dedicated to the inner life of the soul and discuss first the vices that people must overcome in themselves and then the virtues that they must strive to achieve. Below are details of the contents of the books, translations (mainly into English) and a link to the original Arabic here for the first time on the internet.   Overview of the Iḥyāʾ by Ḥajī Khalifa (In Arabic) Iḥyāʾ ʿulūm al-dīn: In Arabic for the first time with takhrīj (ḥadīth verification) by Ḥāfiẓ al-ʿIrāqī (Word files). Books of the Iḥyāʾ in translation: First Quarter: Acts of worship (Rubʿ al-ʿibadāt) Book 1: Book of knowledge (Faris' text) English translation by N. A. Faris (PDF). English translation that was a PhD thesis at Hartford Seminary by W. McCall (1940). (See item # 30 for details) Turkish translation (PDF) 18 mb Book 2: Foundations of Belief. English translation by N. A. Faris (in HTML and PDF). Review of the Faris translation by Watt (in 1964).Also Turkish Translation (PDF) 8.76 mb Book 3: Mysteries of Purity. English translation by N. A. Faris (PDF). Also edited word file-nearly complete. - Turkish Translation (PDF) 4.76 megs Book 4: Mysteries of Worship. English translation by E. E. Caverley (also in PDF). Book 5: Mysteries of Zakat (Charity). (Word file)English Translation by N. A. Faris (also PDF) Book 6: Mysteries of Fasting. English translation by N. A. Faris (PDF) Book 7: Mysteries of Pilgrimage. English translation by I. Umar (AUC [Thesis 340]: 1975 M.A. dissertation) (html) (Author's complete) Proof reading by S. Sharafi courtesy of Nur! Thank you both, you guys are great! (PDF)Also another Arabic edition, M. A. ʿAlī:PDF Book 8: Etiquette of Qurʾānic Recitation. English translation by M. Abul Quasem (PDF) Book 9: On Invocations and Supplications. English translation by K. Nakamura (ITS description). Book 10: On the Arrangements of Litanies and Divisions of the Night Vigil. It has been translated and in currently in production. Second Quarter: Norms of Daily Life (Rubʿ al-ʿadat) Book 11: On the Manners Related to Eating. English translation by D. Johnson-Davies. (ITS description) Book 12: On the Etiquette of Marriage: Arabic original (Word file format only!) with ḥadīth verifications. English translation* by the late M. Farah. Also in PDF Another English translation The Proper Conduct of Marriage in Islām (Ādāb an-Nikāḥ) Book Tweleve of Iḥyāʾ ʿUlūm ad-Dīn by M. Holland:Al-BazPublishing (1998), 99p. Persian translation (from Kimiya-i-Saʿadat) (Persian PDF) French translation (from Algiers) (French PDF) German translation: Hans Bauer: Al-Ghazālī. Das Buch der Ehe. Kitab adabi n-nikah. Das 12. Buch der Iḥyaʾ ʿulum ad-din. Übersetzt und kommentiert von Hans Bauer (Kandern, Spohr, 2005). Book 13: On the Etiquette of Acquisition and Earning a Livelihood. Book 14: The Lawful and Prohibited (Complete English translation by Y. T. DeLorenzo, forthcoming from ITS) Book 15:  On the Duties of Brotherhood. Partial translation by M. Holland. (cover-image) (Arabic edition partial outtakes PDF) Book 16: On the Etiquette of Seclusion. Book 17: On the Etiquette of Travel (English translation forthcoming) Book 18: On Music and Singing. Translated by D. B. MacDonald in three parts (PDF) Part I + II + III, published as Music and Singing by IBT Books, Kuala Lumpur, 2009, 139pp. ISBN: 9789675062230. Book 19: On Enjoining Good and Forbidding Evil.Partial translation in Michael Cook's Commanding Right and Forbidding Wrong in Islamic Thought, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2000, pp. 427-459. Book 20: Etiquette of Living and the Prophetic Mannerism: (E-text) rtf (rich text file- word) or (PDF) Third Quarter: The Ways to Perdition (Rubʾ al-muhlikat) Book 21: The Marvels of the Heart. Book 22: On Disciplining the Soul. English translation by T. J. Winter (ITS description). Book 23: On Breaking the Two Desires. English translation by T. J. Winter. (ITS description) English translation by C. Farah. (HTML E-text)  (PDF) Book 24: Defects of the Tongue Book 25: Condemnation of Rancor and Envy Book 26: Condemnation of the World Book 27: Condemnation of Miserliness and Condemnation of the Love of wealth. Book 28: Condemnation of Status and Ostentation. Translation of its Arabic Summary. Book 29: Condemnation of Pride and Conceit. Currently being translated (into English) by M. Rustom. Book 30: Condemnation of Self-Delusion. Complete English translation by W. J. Skellie (PhD thesis (PDF), Hartford Seminary—published edition (Fons Vitae March 2010).N.B. that Skellie translated the edition that was published by Zabidi in his commentary on the iḥyāʾ which has slight variations from the standard Cairo edition. These have been restored in the Fons Vitae edition. Partial translation in Freedom and Fulfillment by McCarthy (Boston: Twayne, 1980), pp. 363–382; Reprinted (Louisville, KY: Fons Vitae, n.d.), pp. 309–325; Also in Knowledge of God in Classical Sufism by John Renard (New York: Paulist Press, 2004), pp. 298–326. Also published as Wonders of the Heart (Malaysia: IBT, 2007), without the complete translator's introduction and notes; includes an index and publishers note. Fourth Quarter: The Ways to Salvation (Rubʿ al-munjiyat) Book 31: On Repentance. English Translation by M. S. Stern. (E-text) (PDF) Also available in (unedited word file) Part I is now available in html. German translation: Books 31–36: Richard Gramlich, Muhammad al-Gazzālīs Lehre von den Stufen zur Gottesliebe : die Bücher 31-36 seines Hauptwerkes. Eingel., übers. u. komment. von Richard Gramlich (Wiesbaden, Steiner, 1984). Book 32: On Patience and Thankfulness. English translation by H. T. Littlejohn. (ITS description). Book 33: On Fear and Hope. English translation by W. McKane (E-text) (PDF). Also in complete edited word file. Also reviewed by Wattin 1964. (pdf) Book 34: On Poverty and Abstinence. English translation by A. F. Shaker. (ITS description) Book 35: Faith in Divine Unity and Trust in Divine Providence. English translation by D. Burrell. (Published by Fons Vitae) German: Hans Wehr, Al-Gazzālī's Buch vom Gottvertrauen. Das 35. Buch des Ihyaʾ ʿulum ad-dīn. Übers. u. mit Einl. u. Anm. vers. v. Hans Wehr. Halle: Niemeyer, 1940. Book 36: On Love, Longing, Intimacy and Contentment. (English Translation forthcoming, E. Ormsby). For German see above #31. Book 37: On Intention, Sincerity, and Truth. Edited Arabic PDF. Edited Arabic MS word. English translation by A. F. Shaker (ITS description). German translation by Hans Bauer, Islamische Ethik. Nach den Orignalquellen übersetzt und erläutert. Heft 1: Über Intention, Reine Absicht und Wahrhaftigkeit. (das 37. Buch von Al-Ġazālī) (pdf ) Book 38: On Holding Vigil and Self-Examination. (English translation forthcoming) Book 39: On Meditation. Book 40: On the Remembrance of Death and the Afterlife. English translation by T. J. Winter (ITS description) Remembrance of Death and the Afterlife.(E-text) Sample of the book. (PDF) courtesy of thepublisher. SUMMARY: There are many summaries of the Iḥyāʾ, though only a handful are published; the others remain in manuscript form. For more information about the summaries of the Iḥyāʾ in Arabic, see this short article (Arabic html). Summary by Aḥmad al-Ghazālī (pdf) Lubab al-iḥyāʾ, published here as Mukhtaṣar Iḥyāʾ ʿulūm al-dīn. The publisher claims that it is by Abū Ḥāmid al-Ghazālī, though I believe this is incorrect (PDF) The Iḥyāʾ was summarized in a book entitled Minhaj al-qaṣidīn by Ibn al-Jawzī (d. 597 AH/1201 CE), which was further summarized inMukhtaṣar minhaj al-qaṣidin by Ibn Qudāma al-Maqdisī (d. 620 AH/1341 CE). (link Arabic HTML). This book has been widely distributed and reprinted several times, one of which by Dār al-Khayr, Damascus, 1998; with ḥadīth verification by M. W. Salman and A. A. H. Abulkhair (PDF) also other editions are available: ʿA. Ḥ. M. Darwish edition:PDF, S. ʿĀref edition: PDF, ʿA. Ḥ. ʿA. Ḥalabī edition: PDF, and ʿA. Q. al-ʾArnāouṭ edition: PDF, and Z. Shāwīsh edition: PDF) Tahẓib muʿaẓat al-muʾmineen, Jamal al-Dīn al-Qasimi, n.p. n.d. Note that he also did a sumarry of Qut al-Qulub (PDF), (PDF). The latest attempt at summarizing the Iḥyāʾ comes from Saliḥ Aḥmad al-Shami, al-Muhaẓab min iḥyaʾ ʿulum al-dīn, 2 vols. (Beirut: Dār al-Qalam, 1993). Sample translation (link) Also another edtion is available from Dār ibn al-Qayīm: PDF. While others are reworked summaries, such as Saʿid Ḥawwa's attempt: al-Mustakhlaṣ fī tazkiyat al-anfus (Cairo: Dar al-Salam, 1984). (PDF) Printed Edition: First printed edition: Būlaq, 1269/1853: al-Juzʾ al-awwal (- al-juzʾ al-rābiʻ) min Kitāb iḥyāʾ ʻulūm al-dīn / taʾlīf Abī Ḥāmid Muḥammad b. Muḥammad b. Muḥammad al-Ghazzālī. - [Cairo : s.n.], 1269 [1853] - 4 v. in 2 ; 33 cm. - See samplepdf First India printed edition by offset (ḥajrīya): Iḥyāʾ al-ʻulūm fī arabaʻ mujalladāt / li-hujat al-Islām Muḥammad al-Ghazzālī. [Lucknow] : Niwal Kishūr, 1863. - See samplepdf. bi Ihitimam Muḥammad  ʻAlī Mumtaz: 1280/1863;vol1andvol2in pdf facimile.Note that volume 2 is missing the last page. A facsimile of a standard edition. This is perhaps the best edition; it was published ʿIsa al-Babī al-Ḥalabī wa Awladahu and reprinted by Dār Iḥyāʾ al-Kutub al-ʿArabiyya with an introduction by Dr. Badawi Ṭabana in 1957; this was then known as the Ṭabana edition. Volume 1 (PDF) Volume 2 (PDF) Volume 3 (PDF) Volume 4 (PDF) Dār al-Shaʿab, Cairo 19?? edition in 16 parts in 4 volumes: (link) Volume 1 (parts 1- 4) (PDF) Volume 2 (parts 5 - 8) (PDF) - alternate Volume 2 (PDF) This is now available in complete PDF facimile atInternet Archive:cover-1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9-10-11-12-13-14-15-16. Modern printed edition with additionalḥadīthverification by A. Tamer in 5 volumes: Volume 2 (PDF) Volume 3 (PDF) Volume 4 (PDF) Volume 5 (PDF) Another printed edition in 4 volumes: Volume 1 (PDF) - alternate Volume 1 (PDF) Volume 2 (PDF) Volume 3 (PDF) Volume 4 (PDF) Another printed edition in 5(?) volumes: Volume 1 (PDF) Volume 3 (PDF) Another printed edition in 5 volumes: Iḥyāʾ ʻulūm al-dīn - taṣnīf al-Imām Abī Ḥāmid Muḥammad b. Muḥammad al-Ghazzālī. Wa-bi-dhaylihi kitāb al-Mughnī ʻan ḥaml al-asfār fī al-asfār fī takhrīj mā fī al-Iḥyāʾ min al-akhbār. Miṣr : al-Maktabah al-Tijārīyah al-Kubrá, [195-?] Volume 1 (PDF) Volume 2 (PDF) Volume 4 (PDF) Volume 5 (PDF)contains Taʻrīf al-aḥyāʾ bi-faḍāʾil al-Iḥyāʾ by al-ʻAydarūs, al-Imlāʾ ʻan ishkālāt al-Iḥyāʾ by al-Ghazzāli, and ʻAwārif al-maʻārif by al-Suhrawardī. COMMENTARY: one commentary (sharḥ) of al-Iḥyaʾ exists by Murtaḍā al-Zabīdī's [d. 1791] Itḥaf al-sada al-muttaqīn bi sharḥ iḥyāʾ ʿulum al-dīn. Cairo 1894 in 10 large volumes (Sample extract introduction PDF). This work is still in print in facsimiles of this edition as well as well as a newly re-typeset edition. Note that the link provided is for the complete 1894 edition. Defense: As many were critical of al-Ghazālī there were as many if not more who rallied to his defense: In his own defense, al-Ghazālī wrote: al-Imlāʾ fī ishkalat al-iḥyāʾ (Notes on issues of the Iḥyāʾ) printed as an appendix in some editions of the Iḥyāʾ (pdf) ʿAbd al-Qādir al-ʿAydrūs, Taʿarif al-aḥyāʾ bi faḍʾil al-iḥyāʾ (Introducing the living to the benefits of the Iḥyāʾ) printed as an appendix in some editions of the Iḥyāʾ (pdf). Note the pun in the title, which is, of course, intentional. al-Suyūṭī, Tashyad al-ʾarkan fī "laysa min al-imkan ʾabdaʿ min maʾ kān (Fortifying the foundations of [the statement] "the best of all possible worlds" ) printed as an appendix in some editions of the Iḥyāʾ (PDF). Note also this was part of a study done in Theodicy in Islamic Thought: The Dispute over Al-Ghazālī's "Best of All Possible Worlds" by Eric L. Ormsby (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1984). Unknown author: Risala fi bayan faḍil iḥyāʾ ʿulum al-dīn (mss in al-Azhar number 1956 [majami 91] folios 76-86). Unknown author: Risala fi al-rad ʿala min ʿatraḍa ʿala al-ghazālī fi qawlihi ana al-musabibat ratabat ʿala al-ʾasbab (mss in Dar al-Kutub al-misriyya [majami 210]) Refutations: This work has generated some heated discussions mostly revolving around the traditions that al-Ghazālī included here but also about some of his statements. Ibn al-Jawzī (d. 597 AH) iʿlam al-aḥyaʾ bi aghlat al-iḥyāʾ (not printed and no known mss copies) al-Dhahabi mentioned that Abū al-Ḥasan b. Sukar wrote Iḥyāʾ mayit al-aḥya fi al-rad ʿala kitab al-iḥyāʾ (not printed and no known mss copies) Aḥmad b. Munir al-Iskandarī (d. 1284) wrote al-Ḍiyaʾal-mutalali fi taʿqub al-iḥyāʾ lil ghazālī as mentioned by Zabīdī (in commentary above) vol. 1. p .33, ln 10) (not printed and no known mss copies) A Shiʿa 'recension': under the title: al-Maḥajjah al-bayḍā' fī tahdhīb al-Iḥyāʾ by Muḥammad b. al-Murtaḍa al-madʿū bi-al-Mawla Muḥsin al-Kāshānī (d. 1681) (sample PDF) Fatawas (judicial decrees) by scholars and these are too many list or know but Ibn Taymiyya is known to have written one as well as al-Ṭarṭushi. Even in modern times there have been fatwās issued by Saudi ʿulamāʾ. A typical critique along those lines is by ʿA. R. Dimashqīya:PDF. Miscellaneous: List of Personalities mentioned in the Iḥyāʾ. Islamic Text Society: Al-Ghazālī Series (link) Translations from Fons Vitae. (website and navigate to Ghazali section) Turkish translation of the Iḥyāʾ. Urdu translation of the Iḥyāʾ (link) Sufi Review of Iḥyāʾ (link) Mawlana Fazil Karim's Summarized English translation from the Urdu translation. (Complete summary edition online) Manuscripts: A growing number of Arabic manuscripts are now available online. King Saud University manuscript collection. A link to one such ms copied in 12th cen AH by ʿA. A. Kanānī, a partial ms. More manuscripts are available here: link2, link3, link4, link5, link6, link7, link8, link9, and a summary here, Mukhtaṣar Iḥyāʾ ʿulūm al-dīn: link10. Princeton University Library, has a complete copy of the ihya but it is not available online yet!we can hope. Illuminated manuscript. (scanned from the Tunisian National Archives). Manuscripts from Turkey. List of Iḥyāʾ manuscripts from Badawi (Arabic word file with minor additions by M. Hozien in red), original entry in PDF            
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