The mystic concept of dreams in Sufiana spheres.

Interpretation of dreams

 

Without peace within, there can be no strength coming from within. When we cease to draw from within, it appears that our resources are exhausted. It appears then, as if a bank has gone into liquidation, and a receiver has been appointed to pay a certain percentage of their deposits to the creditors.

The eminent English poet, P.B Shelley, finding himself deprived of inner peace, says thus, in an anguishing tone:

 

“Alas! I have nor hope nor health,

Nor peace within nor calm around

Nor that content, surpassing wealth

The sage in meditation found,

And walked with inward glory crowned.

Nor fame, nor power, nor love, nor leisure; 

Others I see whom these surround

Smiling they live, and call life pleasure;

To me that cup has been dealt in another measure.” 

 

Many of us today share the anguish and agony of Shelly, because, we have ceased to lead inner life, which can alone give us what we need most, peace and nothing but peace. When we keep ourselves away from the axis of power, suffering, mental and spiritual, is inevitable.

All the philosophy, all the ethics, all the codes, all the laws and all the norms and standards are directed towards making life true, sublime, beautiful, happy and noble. But alas! We have achieved little in this direction. It appears that the sermons of the sages and the preaching of the philosophers have done little to make our life what it should have been.

Whatever we have achieved so far has not proved of much use as we do not know the right use of it.

There can be no doubt that we receive guidance from different sources. But there are a very few people, indeed, who give consideration and serious thought to a source of light and guidance, which is of vital importance.  What is that source? Should I tell you? It is your dreams.

When I talk to you about dreams, I do not intend to enter into needless controversy about dreams. I decry discussing dogma or theory. I am not interested in the “how” and “why” of dreams. I am interested in dreams as such. I am aware of their importance and significance in our life.

I am more interested in Dreams than in the definition of dreams. Some people may ask why we see dreams. My reply is that since we are human beings, so we see dreams. As human beings we are endowed with the faculty of seership so we see dreams. As human beings we have the faculty of reason. We have the senses of touch, hearing, seeing, smelling, and tasting. But nobody asks and questions, why do we see, hear, touch, smell and taste, for everyone knows they an integral part of human life. Likewise, they must know that dreams are also a natural gift to human beings.

I am not interested in counting trees in a garden. I feel interested in eating the fruits of the trees of the garden, and enjoying the fragrance and smell and I wish to be at peace in the bewitched natural scene of tender plants, of scented dust, and smiling flowers.

Everybody sees dreams. Is there anyone who can say that he or she has never seen a dream in his or her lifetime?

There is nothing surprising about it. As we say, that, to err is human, so we can say that to dream is human.

Dreams constitute the spiritual heritage of mankind. It is good to have dreams. But it is not good to be day dreaming.

It is said of dreams, that it constitutes one fortieth part of prophethood.

 

Nature of Dreams

The dream of a prophet is revelation. The dream of a saint is inspiration. The dream of an enlightened person is intuition. The dream of others is illumination, or indication.

Dreams have been variously described. Some say that a dream is a figment of the imagination. To others, a dream is a manifestation of the thought which a person may be holding in the day, previous to the dreams.

There are others, however, who hold that a dream is a nightmare, which is the result of indigestion.

A dream is a little story having a plot in it. The story is short and the plot is intricate. There are few words and its duration is short. As we see a picture on a screen, or a play on the stage, likewise we see a dream in sleep.

A dream is an insight into life. A dream is search for the solution of our conflicts and difficulties.

All the dreams cannot be a figment of imagination or the result of indigestion. There are different types of dreams. There are dreams which serve as a warning. There are dreams, which are of the nature of suggestion, or indication. There are also prophetic dreams. There are symbolic dreams. There are dreams which serve as forecast.

There are dreams which serve as a guide. There are dreams which acquaint the person of the condition of another person. Prophetic dreams are forecasts. Some dreams are of the type of clairvoyance.

There are also exhibition dreams. There are also dreams of action. There are flying dreams. There are floating dreams. There are typical dreams. There are dreams of one’s own personal condition. Some dreams have colour. Some dreams are without colour.

Dreams have a vital bearing on life. Some dreams point to a person’s spiritual progress.

Some people remember their dreams. Some people forget their dreams. It is good to train oneself to remember dreams. It is better to write them down and watch their effect.

Duration

As regards length of dreams, it may be said, that it varies from dream to dream. Some dreams are very short, whereas some dreams are not too short. Some dreams are long, having inter-related plots.

Dream period is not very important. It is the dream that you see which is of importance.

Dreams in the first period of the night are generally short but muddled. Picture is not clear. The dream after midnight is a little long. But a dream between three and four o’clock in the morning is of an average duration. A dream in the day is sometimes short and sometimes a little long.

Multiplicity of dreams

A person may see one dream in a night or he may see more than one dream. The number of dreams in a night does not matter much.

 

Emotional reaction

The emotional reaction during a dream is also to be taken into account. How did one feel in the dream? Did he feel joy or self-satisfaction? Did he feel remorse or fear of guilt or the apprehension of some impending misfortune, or catastrophe or trouble, or affliction? Did he feel guilt or shame? What does he feel when he recalls as he recollects his dream? Does he feel any sensation of joy when recollecting it?

Does he feel fear, revulsion, relief, consolation, or whatever else it may be?

 

Influence

As regards the manifestation of the effect of dreams, it may be said that some dreams have a quick effect whereas the effect of some dreams is noticeable after some time. Sometimes it may be in a few months, or in a few years. The prophetic dreams, which are in the nature of forecasts, take time to fulfil the prophecy. The symbolic dreams manifest their effect comparatively at an early period. The dreams of suggestions are a message to the dreamer. As soon as the dreamer understands the message and acts upon it, the purpose of the dream is fulfilled.

Dreams, which are seen in the day, take time to manifest their effect. The effect of the dreams, which are seen between three and four o’clock in the morning, is noticeable in the not too distant future.

 

Some Historical dreams

 

Joseph, when he was about seventeen years old, saw a dream to this effect that the eleven stars and the sun and the moon prostrated themselves before him. He narrated the dream to his father, Prophet Jacob. His father, on hearing the dream, gave him this word of comfort and cheer, that he will be a chosen one of God and he will be endowed with the knowledge of interpretation of dreams. He would be exalted in rank, honour and prestige.

In the dreams, the sun stood for father, the moon for mother, and the eleven starts for his eleven brothers.

The dream prefigured the eminence of Joseph.

It is said of Abdul Qasim Al-Junayed of Baghdad, that he was reluctant to give discourses to his disciples so long as his own spiritual guide, Sari Saqti was alive.  One night it so happened, that he saw the Holy Prophet Mohammed (P.B.U.T-Peace be upon them) in a dream, who ordered him to preach to the people, for God had made his words the means of saving myriads of people.

Upon awakening, he was pleased with what he saw in the dream, and thought that his rank was higher than that of Sari Saqti, since the Holy Prophet himself had commanded him to preach to the people at large.

At the time of sunrise, his spiritual guide Sari Saqti sent a messenger to him, with this message, that now that the Holy Prophet had commanded him to preach, he should start preaching, though he had been ignoring in the past the request of his disciples, the intercession of the sheikhs of Baghdad, and above all, this own entreaties on this behalf.

Junayed, on receiving this message was surprised and thought that the rank of Sari Saqti was no doubt higher than his own, as he was acquainted with his secret thoughts, whereas he was ignorant of Sari Saqti’s state.

He went to him and tendered him an apology. He requested him to let him know how he came to know his dream, in which the Holy Prophet commanded him to preach.

Sari Saqti told him in reply that he saw God in a dream, who informed him that he had sent his Apostle to command him to preach.

Hzrt Khwaja Moinuddin Hassan Sanjri Chishty Ajmeri (R.A) an eminent Sufi saint, belonging to the Chishty order saw the Holy Prophet (Peace be upon them) in a dream continuously for forty nights, commanding him to make Khwaja Qutubuddi Bakhtiar Kaki(R.A) his Caliph and to confer upon him the robe.

He also saw God in a dream giving him a similar order.

He did what he was commanded to do in the dreams.

The Day Hzrt khwaja Qutubuddin Bakhtiar kaki (R.A) came to know of the death of his spiritual guide Hzrt Khwaja Moinuddin Hassan Sanjari Chishty Ajmeri (R.A), that very night he saw him in a dream standin underneath the throne of God.

On being questioned, Hzrt Khwaja Moinuddin Hassan Sanjari Chishty Ajmeri (R.A) acquainted his disciple, Caliph and Sajjad-a-nashin, Khwaja Qutubuddin Bakhtiar kaki (R.A) of the mercy of God having showered upon him and of his being allotted a place near the angels and of his living underneath the Throne of God.

Interpretation of dreams

No two dreams are similar as no two persons are similar. In spite of some outward resemblances, there are some difference:

In interpreting a dream, every detail should be taken into account.

Every dream has its own individual importance, and when interpreting the dreams, its basic importance should be given due recognition.

Every symbol means something different to different people.

When a dream is repeated, and its underlining ideas, visible in the form of symbols, appear more than once in dream, it marks out the dream as conveying an important direction or suggestion to the dreamer.

When a dream is repeated, it is a force to be reckoned with. Such a dream conveys a meaningful message.

In interpreting dreams, emotional reaction is to be taken into account, and immediate experience is also to be considered.

In interpreting dreams the immediate situation in which the dreamer finds himself, is to be taken into account.

The season in which the dream is seen constitutes a vital factor in the interpretation of dreams. A person sees in a dream fire underneath his bed. If he has seen this dream in summer, it is a source of trouble, but if he has the same dream in winter, then it points to comfortable living for the dreamer.

On awakening from the dream, one must not be in a hurry to search and seek it interpretation. He should have no forebodings about his dream. He should try to convince himself that his dream is good and offers a solution to him.

A dream should not be narrated to each and every one. It should not be narrated in the night. When narrating his dream one should be very exact and precise. He should not add anything to it and he should not suppress any of its portion or detail. Addition to or subtraction from the dream is misrepresentation of the dream.  Misrepresentation deprives a dream of much of its power and influence, howsoever good and inspiring the dream may be.

A dream should be narrated, and that too privately, to the one who is sympathetic to the dreamer and who takes interest in his life and is concerned with his welfare and happiness.

A dream should be related to a saint or to a saintly person, or to a man of lofty moral character, or to a learned man who is supposed to have insight into life.

Sometimes, it so happens, that a dream loses its inherent effect if narrated to any ordinary man, or to a man who is not very friendly to the dreamer.

A person saw in a dream, that he had drunk the whole ocean, the dreamer tried to convey the dream for interpretation to another person who was pious and learned both. The person, appointed to convey the dream for interpretation, met another person on the way. After exchanging greeting, the person asked him where he was going. He replied that he was commissioned to get the interpretation of the dream from another person, whom he named. On being asked the dream, he narrated the whole dream. Upon this the person who had met him said. “I am surprised that drinking the ocean his stomach did not burst.”

As soon as he reached his destination, the saintly and learned man said, “What is the use coming to me now, when you have already narrated the dream to a person on the way, who, in haste and without any sense of proportion and perspective, has given a prejudiced interpretation. The dream was good, but it has been marred and maimed and mutilated by the ill-conceived interpretation. The person who saw the dream would have acquired abundant knowledge and learning, but for the interpretation. It has lost it charm and effect, and the person has lost the chance.”

Signs and symbols

A dream is a search for realities. It is a quest for new avenues. It is a milestone in the journey of life.

A dream is a peep into the future, which may be black or bright.

A dream constitutes a window of the mind through which can be seen things unseen and unknown, some pleasant and inspiring and some unpleasant and depressing.

The environment in which a person lives and works has vital bearing not only on his life and thoughts, but also to a great extent, on his dreams.

 

 

A dream as a suggestion, is kindness shown.

A dream as a message, is manifold grace conferred.

A dram as a warning, is a favour, indeed.

A dream is an educative experience.

A dream is a secret entrusted to a person during sleep.

Narration of a dream is to invite another person to share that secret revealed to him during sleep.

Let us now take some dreams and dream signs and symbols. The list is illustrative. It cannot be exhaustive for the simple reason that every individual dream is a class by itself.

Teeth:          To see one’s teeth falling in dream means long life.

 

Water:          To be dipped in water means to be freed from pain, trouble and sorrow.

Bathroom:    To see a bathroom is a sign of death.

 

Garden:        To see a garden implies comfortable living in the future.

 

Watering:     To see oneself watering trees means to look after the downtrodden and the weak and the helpless.

 

Washing:     To see washing clothes means to be freed from bad habits or from sin.

 

Tree             To see a tree without fruit implies less profit and little benefit.

 

Snake:          To see a snake means to get wealth. It may also mean an enemy. It depends on the circumstances or situation in which the            dreamer finds himself.

To kill a snake means to overcome an enemy.

 

Hair:            To see one’s hair (of head) cut, means to be freed from the burden of debt. Payment of debt makes a person light.

 

Mango:        To see the eating of mangoes means to have a child. It also means to have wealth.

 

Prayer:         To see oneself giving a call to prayer at a wrong or inappropriate time, means to undergo anxiety or fear.

 

Ascent:        To go up high means to get respect. It may also mean promotion or the attainment of a high status.

 

Descent:       To descend from a high place means disgrace or loss of respect or degradation.

 

Horse:          To see a horse implies eminence.

To see one’s self riding a horse implies eminence.

To get down from a house is a sign of disappointment, frustration, and loss of post. But, it may also mean reaching the destination and thus achieving success in an undertaking. The crucial point in this dream is where the dreamer gets down from the horse, and on getting down from the horse what was uppermost in his mind, and what type of feelings did he undergo then.

 

Grazing:       To graze the goats implies guidance and leadership. Whether spiritual or political. It may also mean to govern and to rule.

 

Coffin:         To see one’s own, points to life prolonged.

To see oneself being wrapped up in a coffin implies disgust with the world, renunciation of the world or losing charm for the world.

 

 

Prayer:         To see oneself leading prayer means to be a spiritual guide and teacher.

 

Carpet:         To see oneself stretching a carpet on the floor means to be a source of comfort to others and to be a benefactor of mankind.

 

Drinking:     To see oneself drinking water to quench thirst and thirst increasing still, means acquisition of knowledge.

 

Saint:           To see a saint in a dream is to receive help and guidance.

 

Angles:        To see a saint in a dream is to receive help and guidance.

 

Spiritual Guide:     To see one’s own spiritual guide is to be blessed.

 

Rings:                    To see wearing a ring means prosperity, or marriage of his or her own liking.

To see a ring implies wealth.

 

Saint:                     To see a saint in a dream ordering someone else to give papers to the dreamer, pertaining to the dreamer, is to entrust the                                    dreamer with some exalted spiritual office or assignment.

 

 

Tree:            To see shady tree falling down on the ground points to the death of some elderly person in the family.

 

Sun:             To see oneself sitting bareheaded under the burning sun is to be deprived of help, assistance or advice. If a child sees such a                                  dream sitting bareheaded under the sun and eating food, this points to his or her becoming an orphan.

 

Darkness:     To see oneself gong in darkness means anxiety, trouble, affliction or suffering.

 

Light:           To see light is to get comfort, peace and prosperity.

 

Hands:         To see oneself washing hands implies failure, despondency, and despair in regard to the object that he wants to achieve.

 

Diamond:     To see a diamond is financial security.

 

Stairs:          To go up a staircase or to climb up a ladder points to success in the undertaking.

 

Pen:             To see a pen implies knowledge.

To see a pen in hand means acquisition of more knowledge or attainment of perfection in artistic pursuit.

To see oneself writing means to diffuse and spread knowledge.

To hold a pen means to exert authority.

 

Weeping:     To see oneself weeping in a dream implies to be rid of sorrow and get happiness afterward.

 

Water:          Pure and sweet water in a dream is ample provision for sustenance.

Muddy and unclear water points to an unhappy life.

Water flowing on muddy ground is an indication of obstruction to the achievement of the object that the dreamer has                   uppermost  in his mind at the time.

 

Wind:          Stormy wind is an indication of anxiety, pain or sorrow.

Moderate wind is a source of joy to the dreamer, but it constitutes grief to the enemy.

 

Naked:         To see oneself naked in a dream is the mark of disgrace.

 

Smoke:        smoke in a dream points to the increase of anxiety and trouble.

 

The Dead:    To take anything from the dead is the sure sign of some help, or assistance.

To give something to the dead points to some misfortune. It may be some loss in business or it may be some other loss.

 

Perfume:      To see perfume, which is applied is an indication of joy and pleasure, but to see perfume which is scattered invites trouble.

 

Ice:              To see Ice in a dream means helplessness to cope with the problem or the challenges of life. It may also mean death.

 

Lamp:          To see a lamp or lantern means the attainment of spiritual knowledge, or the wish to attain that type of knowledge, or light of the                        lamp or the lantern may throw some light on the problem which the dreamer wants to solve and which is evading solution.

 

Camel:         If seen in a dream it means a journey which is not comfortable.

 

Cow:            Cow in the dream stands for good crops and prosperity.

 

Barber:         To see a barber in a dream means that the dreamer will have trouble. His affairs will not admit to easy settlement.

Carrier:        A water carrier in dreams means wealth and so does a potter and a porter.

 

Goldsmith: If one may see a goldsmith in a dream it indicates wealth and success in the pursuit of the dreamer.

 

Physician:    To see a physician implies illness and pain and suffering.

 

Tailor:          To see a tailor is a sure indication of change in circumstances for the better.

 

Lion:            Lion in dream stands for an arrogant and cruel enemy.

 

Elephant:     Elephant in a dream is indicative of ruler whose anger and wrath know no bounds.

 

Desert:         To see a desert implies frustration and loss of refined sentiments and creative ideas.

 

Scissors:      To see a pair of scissors in a dream implies that the dreamer wants to get rid of someone whom he does not like and from whom he would like to separate himself.

 

Bridge:         To cross a bridge means success in the undertaking.

 

Clear water:     To see clear water flowing implies solution of some difficulty or successfully tackling the problem.

 

Well:            To see oneself falling in a well implies happiness and joy after sorrow and suffering.

Hunting:      Dreams of shooting and hunting are indication of the dreamer becoming a ruler.

 

Clothes:       New garment is the symbol of wealth. Old garment is an indication of sorrow and grief

 

Moon:          To see the new moon in a dream on first day of its appearance implies continuous pursuit of knowledge.

 

Tree Growth:         To see a tree growing in the courtyard and becoming shady indicates the birth of a son who will be a great conqueror or a                                  leader or benefactor of man.

 

Road:           To see the road or the railway line cleared means the removal of obstruction in some undertaking which the dreamer is engaged                           in. It serves as a green signal.

 

Lock:           To see a lock in a dream implies safety, security. Or it may mean captivity. To open the lock means to overcome difficulty. Not to                          succeed in opening a lock is an indication for the dreamer concerning the situation which he finds himself to be in.

 

Wedding:     To see a wedding in a dream is the solution of the future which the dreamer has been looking forward to.

The postponement or cancellation of the wedding or the bridegroom not turning up indicates that the woman loves the                        bridegroom but feels different about her future and is also not confident that she will fit well in the new atmosphere after the marriage.

 

Key:             To see a key in a dream implies anxiety of the dreamer to find a clue pointing to the solution of his problem.

The dream is also indicative of the dreamer’s desire to lead an inner life. It also implies release.

 

Broken Handles:    To see the handle of the sword or walking stick breaking, is a warning for the death of father or uncle or some near relation.

 

Storm:                    To see lightning or thunderstorm is an indication of impending catastrophe or some trouble to the dreamer.

 

Tombs:                  To see oneself at the tomb of some saint implies the dreamer’s yearning for spiritual progress.

 

Drum:                    To see drum in a dream means that, the secret will no more be a secret. It will be out.

 

Whispering:           `To see some saint whispering in the ear implies that the saint intends to entrust to the dreamer his own exalted spiritual office.

 

Burial:                    To see the burying of someone is indicative of the dreamer’s fear of being separated from that person, and thus the mutual                                  relationship is coming to an end.

To see oneself being buried means to be under a heavy weight of anxiety.

 

Shoes:                    To see shoes unbuckled implies divorce of wife.

 

Dogs:                     To see a dog in a dream means war and quarrel.

Ship:                      To see a ship is the glad tiding of getting wealth.

 

Goat:                      To see a goat means mean and quarrel some people.

 

Leopard:                To see a leopard means a dangerous enemy.

 

Monkey:                To see a monkey means some impending mischief.

 

Bear:                      Bear in the dream means an enemy who is scheming and treacherous both. It also means a robber who will not let anyone go.

 

Fox:                       To see a fox in a dream means an enemy who is wild, cunning, crafty and deceitful. Same is true of a wolf and a hyena.

 

Scorpion:               a scorpion in a dream points to some calamity.

 

 

Hunter:                  To see hunter in a dream is a warning of treachery, deceit, and fraud.

 

Flying:                   Flying dreams are generally the indication of suppressed ambition and aspiration seeking an outlet.

 

Cat:                        To see a cat in a dream implies the increase in greed and avarice or it may refer to an evil.

 

Watch:                   To see a watch in a dream refers to an already missed or likely to be missed opportunity. It may have reference to the                                            feelings of regret and remorse of the dreamer. To see the watch stopped implies that the days of life of the dreamer are                                           numbered. The same is true of a clock.

 

Mantle:                  Mantle and cloak in the dream are indication of inner peace, harmony, self-satisfaction and of spiritual and moral beauty.

 

Garments:              A red garment in a dream stands for happiness and joy.

A black garment refers to fear. Yellow garment implies sorrow and suffering. Blue garment is grief and woe.

 

Cap:                       To put a cap on the head is to earn respect.

To see a cap falling from the head is the sure mark of disgrace.

 

Talisman:               To get a talisman is to be cured of magic.

 

Umbrella:               Umbrella in a dream signifies safety and security. It also refers to good living and protection from the storms of life. It also                                     refers to shield and shelter.

 

Walking stick:        To see oneself carrying a walking stick in hand is a message to the dreamer of his becoming a leader and guide and                                                   enjoying respect and honour.

 

The end of the Dream

 

Our dream period is over. We are awake. We no more live in the world of sign and symbols. We are once again driven to the world’s fancies, perception and delight.

 

Let us now recollect our dream. The dream lesson reminds us, that, a trained

And still mind can catch a message easily, and act upon it wisely.

To get good dreams and to get good suggestions and good messages, let us be

accompanied by good and positive thoughts when we go to bed. Place aside

Confusion and anxiety and toil and tears of the day. Have a still mind and calm

thoughts, and thus, get a glimpse through the window of the mind of some signs

and symbols which are uplifting and see a world which need not be new and

brave, but which is, undoubtedly, informative, indicative, suggestive, and at

times, inspiring too.

 

What more and what next?

Let you bad dreams become ineffective.

Let your good dreams come true too soon.

 

Journey of life

Call life by whatever you may,

A battle, a gamble or a game to play;

Success and failure a passing pause, I say,

But pain and pleasure do not display.

…. Unknown


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Invitation to Ajmer Sharif Dargah 808th Urs – 1441 Hijri- 2020

I am glad to inform you that Annual Urs of Hazoor Khwaja Gharib Nawaz (R.A) Wali of Allah! Is held from 1st Rajab to 6th Rajab every year at Ajmer Sharif. Please check our Facebook and Twitter pages for Updated information on all Festivities and Prayers and other special Occasions held at the Dargah of Ajmer Sharif.

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Inspired by the spiritual command of our PROPHET MOHAMMED (S.A.W), HUZOOR KHWAJA GHARIB NAWAZ (R.A) became the harbinger of peace and prosperity not only in INDIA but in whole world. People used to attend the shrine of Hzrt Khwaja Moinuddin Hassan Chishty Ajmeri (R.A) with their heartfelt desire and cherished wishes and return brim full with fruition of their inner aspiration.

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Urs dates are dependant on Lunar dates in the month of Rajab. Thus, subject to change.

808th Urs Itinerary :  

Wednesday 19th Feb 2020 Flag Ceremony.

Saturday 25th Feb 2020 Urs Begins Jannati Darwaza opens on this day.

Friday 28th Feb 2020 Namaz-e-Jumma.

Monday 2nd March 2020 Chattie Sharif (Jannati Darwaz will be closed) – This occasion is dependant on Lunar date of the month thus can change.

Thursday 5th March 2020 Bara Qul.  

Important Sufiana dates in Ajmer Sharif Dargah during Rabi Al Thani 1441

Important Sufiana dates in Ajmer Sharif Dargah with co-insiding Georgian dates.

1st Rabi’ Al Thani 1441 is on Friday 29th November 2019.

4th Rabi Al Thani 1441 Hijri
Urs Hzrt Abu Yusuf Chishty (R .A),
is on Mon 2nd December 2019

Panjvi sharif
5th Rabi Al Thani 1441 Hijri,
Is on Tue 3rd December 2019

Chatti Sharif
6th Rabi Al Thani1441 Hijri
Is on Wed 4th December 2019

7th Rabi Al Thani 1441 Hijri
Urs of Hzrt Imaam Malik (R.A)- Madina Munawarah
Is on Thur 5th December 2019

9th Rabi Al Thani 1441 Hijri
Urs of Hzrt Imaam Ahmad Bin Hanbaal (R.A)
Is on Sat 7th December 2019

Ghyarmee Sharif
11th Rabi Al Thani 1441 Hijri
Urs of Hzrt Ghaus e Azam, Peeran o Peer, Hzrt Abdul Qadir Jilani (R.A)
Baghdad Sharif,
Is on Monday 9th December 2019

Urs of Hzrt Abu Ishaq Chishty (R.A)
&
Urs of Hzrt Abu Ahmed Chishty (R.A)
14 Rabi Al Thani 1441 Hijri
Is on Thur 12th December 2019

716th Urs of Hzrt khwaja Nizamuddin Aulia (R.A) -Delhi.
19th Rabi Al Thani 1441 Hijri ( Tue 17th Dec 2019).
Urs functions are between Sat 14th – Wed 18th December 2019

Ekisvi Sharif
21 Rabi Al Thani 1441 Hijri
Is on Thursday 19th December 2019

Urs of Hzrt Khwaja Hamid-uddin Naguri (R.A)
29th Rabi Al Thank 1441 Hijri
Is on Fri 27th December 2019

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Urs of Hzrt Ghaus-e-Azam (R.A) Rabi’ Al Thani 1441 Hijri

11th Rabi’ al-thani/ Rabi ul Akhir 1441H.


On every 11th day of the lunar month Fathia of Ghous Pak (R.A.) is performed at holy Asthana of Hazrat Khwaja Pak (R.A.) this is called Ghyarmee Sharif. Various religious rites are performed, recitation of Quran, Milaad Khwani, Khatme-Quadria, Langar (Feed to poor) etc.
This programme is observed in our home of Ajmer Sharif Khadim as well as at the Chilla of Piran-e-Piron a Hilly towards south of Dargah Khwaja Sahib. This month Ghyarmee sharif will be announced on Social media.

The Lunar dates are Dependant on the Lunar sighting of your country. These will be announced on our social media platforms as soon as the month of Rabi’al-Thani starts in a few days.


On the next Ghyarmee day, It is also the Annual Urs day of:
HAZRAT GHOUS-UL- AZAM PIRAN -E- PIR (R.A)
.
FATHIA (Tribute Prayer) HAZRAT GHOUS-UL- AZAM PIRAN -E- PIR (R.A)
Also known as Saint of all saints.
Lectures on life and teachings of Hazrat Ghaus-UL Azam Piran-e-Pir are delivered and tributes are paid to him at the Dargah of Ajmer Sharif.
Those who attend this function realise its solemnity and sanctity and also the benefit which they receive.
In the evening, in our homes of the Khadim, this Fathia is organised and prayers are offered for the wellbeing of the devotees.

HAZRAT GHOUS-UL- AZAM PIRAN -E- PIR (R.A) are the highest member of the hierarchy of Sufi Saints around whom the world revolves.

If you would like more detail in regards to Hazrat Ghous-ul-Azam (R.A). You may select link below for document:
https://onedrive.live.com/redir?resid=6459A23191C13528%21227


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If you, or your loved one’s are intending to come to Ajmer Sharif for Ziarat (Pilgrimage) then please contact us on the details below, so we can assist you in every way we can, to make your Pilgrimage swift, peaceful, effective, blessed & prosperous!
If you would like to take part by making an offering for Fathia, Nazar-o-Niaz, Qurbani,or Gyarmee ,Chattie fathia sharif or you would like to take part in Urs of Wali-Allah’s (All Sufi Saint’s from all Silsila’s); you can send your heartily offerings & donations direct to us safely now! or in the future.
Also in the Mosque inside Darbar Sharif we can arrange for Dua-e -karima, khatam-e- khwajgan, Dua-e-Shifa,Ayate karima and similar dua’s on your behalf . We can arrange for food to be made in Big deg & Small deg at Darbar .
We can also arrange on your behalf flowers for Mazar Sharif of Hazrat  Moinuddin Chishty(R.A)  and Chadder (Shrowd) for Mazar Sharif or present Sandal wood in Mazar Sharif. Also we can arrange for lungar (Feeding) the poor people. Also arrangements can be made for Haqiqa and Bismillah Sharif. The Ajmer Sharif Dargah Administration also organise marriages for poor people as well as Education “Taleem”.
The Darbar Sharif arranges for all poor tourist in Ajmer sharif , lodging boarding and food, clothes for the poor Guests. Since they are treated as the Guest’s of Hazrat Khwaja Moinuddin Chishty  (R.A).
   You can send your heartily offerings & donations direct to us safely via Western Union or Money Gram money Transfer. now! or in the future,
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Donations for Ajmer sharif can now be safely taken online. This is the most secure & accountable system we have established. The link Below will take you to our main web-page where you can donate safely via PayPal platform.
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Devotees in the UK & Western World can now deposit donations via :

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Sort Code: 30-65-22
Account: 80607960
IBAN: GB06LOYD30652280607960
BIC : LOYDGB21678

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The birth of the Prophet Muhammad ﷺ

The Prophets Birth Place in Makkah – Saudia Arabia.

The birthday of the noble Prophet of Allah, Muhammad ﷺ is on 12th Rabi’al Awwal 1441 Hijri. This is on Sunday 10th November 2019.

May we convey our Mubarak! to all those in the Sufi world in Celebration of this Eid of all Eids.

Here are some facts that you should know about this tremendous day in the history of Islam.

1. The Prophet ﷺ was born on a Monday

When the Messenger of Allah ﷺ was asked about fasting on Mondays. He replied, “That is the day on which I was born and the day on which I received Revelation.”

Sahih Muslim

2. He was born in the year of the elephant (Approx 570CE)

This year was named after the event whereby Allah protected the Kabaah from an invading Abyssinian army. This incident is related in the Chapter of the Elephant (Quran Ch. 105).

Al-Muttalib bin ‘Abdullah bin Qais bin Makhramah narrates from his father, who narrates from his grandfather, that he said:

“I and the Messenger of Allah ﷺ, were born in the Year of the Elephant”

Tirmidhi (Sahih)

3. He was born in Rabi Al-Awal

Many of the scholars agree that the Prophet ﷺ was born in Rabi Al-Awal, the third month of the Islamic Calendar, the exact date of his birth is debated among scholars

4. He was born in Makkah

The Prophet ﷺ was born in Makkah in close proximity to the Kaabah. The place of his birth is now a library today.

5. Many miracles happened at his birth

A 1000 year old fire, which was being worshipped, was extinguished in Persia.

(Al Raheeq Al Maktum)

The lake of Sawah, which was also worshiped, dried up at the Prophet’s birth.

(Hani al-Makhzumi)

His mother, Aminah, mentioned that she did not suffer any of the usual pains of pregnancy as with other women.

(Ibn Ishaq)

Prior to his birth, she also dreamt that she gave birth to a tremendous light that extended to the Palaces of Busra in Syria.

(Ibn Ishaq)

On the night he was born it was reported that an immense light immersed from her that lit up the entire house.

(Ibn Hajar Fath Al-Bari)

May Allah send His peace and blessings upon the noble Prophet, Muhammad ﷺ and allow his light to shine across the globe

Urs of Imaam Hassan A.S 1441 Hijri- 2019

Imaam Hassan (A.S)

Urs is on Monday 28th October 2019  (Depending on Lunar date of your country). This will be 28th Safar 1441 Hijri.

A Highly inspiring programme of Fateha-e- Hazrat Hassan (R.A) is performed at a specific demise at the shrine in Ajmer Sharif on 28th Safar 1441 Hijri. Hazrat Hasan ibn Ali ibn Abi Talib born March 4, 625 CE (Ramadhān 15th, 3 AH) – died 28th, 50 AH, aged 47) is an important figure in Islam. He is the son of Hazrth Imaam Ali (Kram Allah wajhu) and his wife Fatimah (R.A), The the daughter of the prophet Muhammad (PBUT). Hazrath Hassan ibn Ali was Poisoned thus died ( in Medina on Safar 28th, 50 AH. He is buried at the famous Jannatul Baqee‘ cemetery across from the Masjid al-Nabawi .


Coming to Ajmer Sharif ?

If you, or your loved one’s are intending to come to Ajmer Sharif for Ziarat (Pilgrimage) then please contact us on the details below, so we can assist you in every way we can, to make your Pilgrimage swift, peaceful, effective, blessed & prosperous!
If you would like to take part by making an offering for Fathia, Nazar-o-Niaz, Qurbani,or Gyarmee ,Chattie fathia sharif or you would like to take part in Urs of Wali-Allah’s (All Sufi Saint’s from all Silsila’s); you can send your heartily offerings & donations direct to us safely now! or in the future.
Also in the Mosque inside Darbar Sharif we can arrange for Dua-e -karima, khatam-e- khwajgan, Dua-e-Shifa,Ayate karima and similar dua’s on your behalf . We can arrange for food to be made in Big deg & Small deg at Darbar .
We can also arrange on your behalf flowers for Mazar Sharif of Hazrat  Moinuddin Chishty(R.A)  and Chadder (Shrowd) for Mazar Sharif or present Sandal wood in Mazar Sharif. Also we can arrange for lungar (Feeding) the poor people. Also arrangements can be made for Haqiqa and Bismillah Sharif. The Ajmer Sharif Dargah Administration also organise marriages for poor people as well as Education “Taleem”.
The Darbar Sharif arranges for all poor tourist in Ajmer sharif , lodging boarding and food, clothes for the poor Guests. Since they are treated as the Guest’s of Hazrat Khwaja Moinuddin Chishty  (R.A).
   You can send your heartily offerings & donations direct to us safely via Western Union or Money Gram money Transfer. now! or in the future,
please contact: Peer Sahib on :
0091 982 917 2652 (Whats App Enabled) or
0091 9983 3484 28 or 
0091 982 8111  592 (Whats App Enabled)
0091 978 364 6668  (Whats App Enabled)
Email:[email protected]  or [email protected] or
[email protected]
Alternatively you can visit our website:
https://www.ajmergharibnawaz.com
https://www.khwajamoinuddinchishty.com
https://www.ajmerkhwaja.com
https://www.kgn-sanjari.com  … (Details of Fathia & various Sufi Dargah’s in the world)
Blog: https://www.khwajagharibnawaz.org

Donations for Ajmer sharif can now be safely taken online. This is the most secure & accountable system we have established. The link Below will take you to our main web-page where you can donate safely via PayPal platform.
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Devotees in the UK & Western World can now deposit donations via :

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Sort Code: 30-65-22
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Ajmer sharif Dargah (India) is a registered Charity in United Kingdom Reg No: 1176945

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Mawlid celebrations in Ajmer shrarif Dargah sharif -India

Ajmer sharif Dargah dressed up in illumination to celebrated the Mawlid on 12th Rabi ul Awwal.

Asslam Alikum (Peace be upon you).

In the coming new month of Rabi ul Awwal, the 12th Mawlid e Nabi is Celebrated in the Dargah Sharif as per annual custom.

Thousands of people gather to Dargah Sharif to take part in the celebrations. ‘Mefhils’ (Courtly Gathering) in the Dargah Sharif. Mefhil of Doord-o-Naat. Also a very large gathering of Jaloos (Procession) takes place annually.

During the Celebrations the poor and Needy are distributed food.

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Mawlid-ul-Nabi 12th Rabi al Awwal in Ajmer sharif Dargah 1441 Hijri- 2019

 

Milad ul Nabvi – Birth of Prophet Muhammed (Peace be upon them) is on 12 Rabi’ al-Awwal.This is Approx Saturday 9th or Sunday 10th November 2019 . Depending on the Lunar date of your country.


Birth of Prophet Muhammed (Peace be upon them).
Muhammad ( Peace be upon them) were born in Makkah in the year 570.  Since his father died before his birth and his mother died shortly thereafter, he was raised by his uncle who was from the respected tribe of Quraysh.  He was raised illiterate, unable to read or write, and remained so till his death.  His people, before his mission as a prophet, were ignorant of science and most of them were illiterate.  As he grew up, he became known to be truthful, honest, trustworthy, generous, and sincere.  He was so trustworthy that they called him the Trustworthy.1  Muhammad   was very religious, and he had long detested the decadence and idolatry of his society.
At the age of forty, Muhammad   received his first revelation from God through the Angel Gabriel.  The revelations continued for twenty-three years, and they are collectively known as the Quran.
As soon as he began to recite the Quran and to preach the truth which God had revealed to him, he and his small group of followers suffered persecution from unbelievers.  The persecution grew so fierce that in the year 622 God gave them the command to emigrate.  This emigration from Makkah to the city of Madinah, some 260 miles to the north, marks the beginning of the Muslim calendar.
After several years, Muhammad   and his followers were able to return to Makkah, where they forgave their enemies.  Before Muhammad   died, at the age of sixty-three, the greater part of the Arabian Peninsula had become Muslim, and within a century of his death, Islam had spread to Spain in the West and as far East as China.  Among the reasons for the rapid and peaceful spread of Islam was the truth and clarity of its doctrine.  Islam calls for faith in only one God, Who is the only one worthy of worship.
The Prophet Muhammad   was a perfect example of an honest, just, merciful, compassionate, truthful, and brave human being.  Though he was a man, he was far removed from all evil characteristics and strove solely for the sake of God and His reward in the Hereafter.  Moreover, in all his actions and dealings, he was ever mindful and fearful of God.

The Final Prophet – The Ultimate Mercy to the Universe

When the Month of Rabi-ul-Awwal arrives and the moon of this glorious month is sighted, then the gardens of Islam begin to bloom illuminating the fragrance of the most beautifully scented of flowers, the pearl of the creation of Allah, Muhammad Mustapha (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam).It was in his Sadaqah that the entire universe came into existence.
It was for his welcome and to inform the creation of his coming that Almighty Allah sent various other Prophets on earth. If Almighty Allah had not sent the Holy Prophet (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam), He would not have revealed His Rububiyah. He is the Noor of Almighty Allah, Leader and Imam of the Ambiya and the Rasools. He is the hope of the distraught and the intercessor for the sinners. He is the Maalik of Jannah and the distributor of the Ne’mahs of Almighty Allah. He is the pride and honour of the skies and of the earth.
The Throne and the rest of the Universe rejoiced on the birth of Sayyiduna Rasoolullah (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam). he Prophet (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) is not only the perfect human, but he is the splendour of humanity. He is not only for a single nation, one city, one town or one country, but he is the mercy unto the worlds until Qiyamah. All the successes and benefits of the world are under the feet of Rasoolullah (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam). All the levels and path that lead to Almighty Allah find their basis from him. Thus, we should remember him in every breath, on every step and in every time.
A Muslim may make much Salaah, keep much Fasts and perform many Hajj as possible, but until he does not make his heart the city of love for the Beloved Habeeb (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam), his faith is incomplete. It is the Hadith that none is a true believer unless he loves the Prophet (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) more than his life, family, parents and belongings.
Almighty Allah loves the Holy Prophet (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) so dearly that He swears an oath on the city, era and age of the Prophet (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam). With His Name Allah always mentions the name of the Holy Prophet (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam), showing his excellence. When Almighty Allah spoke of other Ambiya, He used their names, but for Sayyiduna Rasoolullah (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) he used his blessed titles. He loves him so dearly that He and His Angels send Salaams for His Habeeb (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam).
Love for the Holy Prophet (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) is love for Almighty Allah. Without his obedience, there is no obedience to Almighty Allah. Not only should we send Peace and Salutations, but we should spread the teachings of his life and the Sunnah of Rasoolullah (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam). It is useless calling his name while being disobedient to him. If you love him you will be steadfast in your Salaah. You will never lie and commit sin. A true lover will never use anything that is Haraam. He will always serve the Servants of Allah and follow the Sunnah of the Holy Prophet (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam).
He who loves him truly will not have pride and show disrespect to his elders. He will always be patient and grateful. The reason for this is that true love holds great tests and success is to accept the beloved totally. True love and respect for the Beloved Habeeb (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) is the first condition of Imaan. May our lives and death be blessed with the love of our Prophet (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam). Aameen.
 
The Holy Prophet (SAW) is Noor (Divine Light)
Some persons believe that the Holy Prophet Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) is only a human being and not Noor (light). They say so based on the reason that the Holy Prophet (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) had wives, had children, and he used to eat and drink. The Aqeeda of the Ahle Sunnat Wa Jama’at is that he is both Noor and a human being.
The being and existence of the Holy Prophet (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) is even before that of human beings, but when he came into this world he came in the garb of a human being.
The Holy Prophet Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) has stated, “The very first thing which Almighty Allah created was my Noor.” (Tafseer Roohul Bayaan; Madarijun Nabuiwat)
Once Sayyiduna Jaabir (radi Allahu anhu) asked the Holy Prophet (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) whom Allah Ta’ala created before anything else. The Holy Prophet Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) stated: “O Jaabir! Verily, before the creation of anything else, Almighty Allah created the Noor of your Nabi from His Noor.” (Muwahibul Laduniya; Zirkani Shareef)
The Sahaba of the Holy Prophet (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) lived with him and observed him with his wives and children. They saw him eating, drinking, talking, etc. but still accepted him to be Noor.
We know that Sayyiduna Jibraeel (alaihis salaam) is made of Noor but when he used to appear before Sayyiduna Maryam (radi Allahu anha) he used to appear in the form of a human being. Allah Ta’ala states in the Holy Quran: “Thus he used to appear before her in the form of a healthy (well-built) man.” (Part 16, Ruku 5)
Sayyiduna Umar Farouk (radi Allahu anhu) narrates that once a person came before them. The Holy Prophet Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) asked him if he knew who that person was, he replied: “Allah Ta’ala and His beloved Rasool (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) know better.” The Prophet (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) said that it was Jibraeel (alaihis salaam). (Mishkaat; Bukhari Shareef) This Hadith proves that although the Sahaba referred to Sayyiduna Jibraeel (alaihis salaam) as a man since they saw him in the form of a human being, yet they accepted that he was in actual fact an Angel made from Noor. On many instances, he came in the form of Sahabi-e-Rasool named Sayyiduna Wahia Kalbi (radi Allahu anhu).
Sayyidah Halima Sa’adiya (radi Allahu anha), the wet-nurse of the Holy Prophet (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam), believed the Holy Prophet (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) to be Noor. She said that when she used to feed the Holy Prophet (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) milk in his infancy, she never felt the need for a light in her house. (Bayaanul Miladun Nabwi; Tafseer Mazhari).
Sayyidah Safiya (radi Allahu anha), the aunt of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) states that on the eve of the birth of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) she was present in his house. She said that she saw his Noor became more powerful than the light from the lamp. (Shawaahidun Nubuiwat)
Sayyiduna Ali Murtuza (radi Allahu anhu) said that when the Beloved of Allah (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) spoke, Noor (light) used to be seen emerging from between his blessed teeth. (Muwahibul Laduniya; Anwaarul Muhammadiyah)
Sayyiduna Abu Hurairah (radi Allahu anhu) states that when the beloved Prophet (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) smiled, then the walls use to glow with his Noor. (Muwahibul Laduniya; Shifa Shareef)
Sayyiduna Anas (radi Allahu anhu) states that the day in which the Prophet (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) arrived in Madinatul Munawwarah, everything in Madinatul Munawwarah became bright through his Noor. (Tirmizi Shareef; Ibn Majah)
Ummul Mo’mineen, Sayyidah Aisha Siddiqa (radi Allahu anha) is recorded to have said: “In total dark nights, I used to put the thread into a needle with the help of the Noor of the Holy Prophet (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam).” (Shara Shifa Bar Hashia Naseemur Riaz)
Sayyiduna Imam-e-Azam Abu Hanifa (alaihir rahmah) praises the Holy Prophet (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) in the following poem: “You are that Noor that the full Moon is brightened by your Noor and you are with your beauty and elegance a shining sun.” (Qasidaul Nu’maan)
Sayyiduna Jabir bin Abdullah Ansari (radi Allahu anhu) reports: I asked: “O Prophet of Allah (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam), What did the Almighty Allah first create?” The Prophet (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) replied: “Allah first created my Noor (Light) of His Noor. This Noor travelled about according to the Will of Allah. At that time, there was no Heaven, Hell, Lawh (Divine Tablet), Pen, Earth, Skies, Sun, Moon, Jinn or Human Beings. When He decided to create, He divided that Noor into four parts. From one part He created the Pen, from the second, the Lawh and from the third, he made the Arsh (Throne).
“He divided the fourth part into a further four parts. From one, He created those Angels who carry the Arsh, from the second, the Kursi (Divine Chair) and from the third, He created the Angels.
“He again divided the remaining parts into a further four parts. From one, He created the skies. The second was used in creating the planets. From the third, Heaven and Earth were created.
“Once again, He divided the fourth part into a further four parts. From one part He created the power with which the believers see. From the second, He created in the hearts of the Believers the Noor of Marifat. From the third, He created in the tongues of the Believers, Noor, so that they can read the Kalima of Tauheed”. (Dalaa’il-un-Nubuwwat, Imam Baihaqi)
This astonishing Hadith Shareef proves that Sayyiduna Rasoolullah (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) is the life of this world and everything in it. When he is the life of this world, then everything that happens in it is clear to him and nothing is concealed from him. Who then can deny that he is not Noor (light)?
 
The Prophets and Messengers of Allah
“Messenger” or “Rasool” means he who brings the Message from Allah Ta’ala to the servants. A “Prophet” is he who received the “Wahi” (Revelation, a Message from Allah Ta’ala) for the guidance of mankind to show people the path to Allah Ta’ala. Many Prophets and many Angels are Messengers (Rasools).
All Prophets were male. There has never been a Jinn as a Prophet nor a female Prophet.
A Prophet becomes a Prophet who Allah Ta’ala wishes to be or whom Allah Ta’ala deems fit and a Prophet is born as a Prophet. A Prophet always stays away from sin even before becoming a Prophet. He is always attracted to good. There is never an aspect in a Prophet that people would hate. Those who believe that they can become a Prophet due to their effort are Kaafirs (non-believers) and those who believe that a Prophet’s prophecy can be taken away from him is also a Kaafir.
A Prophet’s walk, conduct, looks, features, nobility, family, ways, manner, talk and conversation are all good and free from faults. A Prophet’s intelligence is complete. A Prophet is the cleverest out of all people. The highest qualified doctor or philosopher’s intelligence does not reach even a millionth part of a Prophet’s intelligence.
A Prophet or an Angel are Ma’soom, meaning they are completely immune from sin and therefore cannot commit a sin.
Except for Prophets or Angels, if one believes that an Imaam or a Wali (Saint) are also Ma’soom, then they are misguided and have deviated from the right sect. Although there are Imaams and great Awliya who also do not commit sin, however, if sometimes they do commit a sin, then according to Shari’ah, this is not impossible.
Those who say that the Message of Allah Ta’ala is sometimes not passed on by a Prophet due to the fear of people or some other reason, is a Kaafir.
Prophets are better than all creations. In fact, they are better than those Angels who are Rasools.Regardless of how high a rank of a Wali is, he can never be equal to a Prophet. Those who show a non-Prophet to be better than a Prophet are Kaafirs.
The respect of a Prophet is compulsory on every individual. The slightest disrespect of any Prophet is Kufr (infidelity).
The Prophets are just as alive in their graves as they were when in this world. They eat, drink and go and come as they wish. They were given death for a moment and then were brought back to life so that Allah Ta’ala’s promise would be complete. Their lives are better than those of Martyrs (Shaheeds).
Allah Ta’ala gave the Prophets the Knowledge of the Unseen (I’lme-Ghaib). Every particle of the sky and earth are in front of the sight of all the Prophets. Therefore, this knowledge is “Given Knowledge” (Ataayi) and because Allah Ta’ala’s Knowledge is not given to Him by anyone and, therefore, is “Self Knowledge” (Zaati).
Any follower cannot, due to his will power, piety, worship, and willingness to follow Allah Ta’ala, be better than any Prophet.
Prophets are always involved in the remembrance of Allah Ta’ala even while they are sleeping or awake.
To talk about the mistakes that have been committed by the Prophets is Haraam (strictly forbidden), except for when praying about them in the Holy Quran and Hadith.
It is improper and disrespectful to write abbreviation after the name of Nabi Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) or of any Nabi or Rasool. We must write “sallal laahu alaihi wasallam” or “alaihis salaam” in full.
GRADES OF PROPHETS
Sayyiduna Adam (alaihis salaam) is the first human. He is also the first Prophet. All humans are his children. Allah Ta’ala made Sayyiduna Adam (alaihis salaam) without the need of a mother or father. He was made from soil. Allah Ta’ala made him His Caliph. Allah Ta’ala gave him the knowledge of all things and their names. Allah Ta’ala ordered the Angels to prostrate to Sayyiduna Adam (alaihis salaam). All the Angels performed the prostration except Shaitaan, who refused and was therefore evicted forever and became a Kaafir.
There has come many Prophets from Sayyiduna Adam (alaihis salaam) to our beloved Prophet Sayyiduna Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) Sayyiduna Nooh (Noah), Sayyiduna Ibrahim (Abraham), Sayyiduna Moosa (Moses), Sayyiduna ‘Isa (Jesus) were Mesengers and also Prophets. Some other Prophets mentioned in the Holy Quran are: Sayyiduna Ismaeel, Sayyiduna Ishaaq, Sayyiduna Ya’qoob, Sayyiduna Yusuf, Sayyiduna Moosa, Sayyiduna Haroon, Sayyiduna Shu’aib, Sayyiduna Loot, Sayyiduna Hood, Sayyiduna Dawood, Sayyiduna Sulaiman, Sayyiduna Ayoob, Sayyiduna Ilyaas, Sayyiduna Yahya, Sayyiduna Yunus, Sayyiduna Idrees, Sayyiduna Zulkifl and Sayyiduna Saaleh (alaihimus salaam).
The status of the Prophets varies from one another. Some are more superior to others and the most superior of all the Nabis is Sayyiduna Muhammadur Rasoolullah (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam). The next most superior is Sayyiduna Ebrahim Khaleelullah (alaihis salaam), who is followed by Sayyiduna Moosa (alaihis salaam), and then Sayyiduna Esa (alaihis salaam), and Sayyiduna Nooh (alaihis salaam). These five Ambiya are known as “Mursaleen Ulul Azm”. They are also superior to all other Prophets.
Just as our leader Sayyiduna Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) is the greatest of all Prophets, (without comparison), his Ummah is the greatest of all the Ummats.
An exact number of how many Prophets that have been sent into this world is not known, but is said to be approximately 124 000.
The last of all Prophets and Messengers and the most virtuous of all creations is Allah Ta’ala’s most beloved – our Master, Sayyiduna Ahmad Mujtaba Muhammad Mustapha (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam).Rasoolullah (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) is Khaatimun Nabiyeen (The Final Prophet). After the beloved Prophet there has never been another Prophet nor will there be another Prophet. Whoever believes that there will be a Prophet or there has been a Prophet during our Prophet’s era or after or actually believes it as a possibility of someone obtaining Prophecy is a Kaafir.
OUR PROPHET’S UNIQUE VIRTUES AND EXCELLENCE
Allah Ta’ala created from His Noor (light) our beloved Prophet, before any other thing. The Prophets, the Angels, the Earth, Skies, Heavens, etc. have all been created from the ray of the Holy Prophet’s (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) light (Noor).
Except for Allah Ta’ala or being equal to Allah Ta’ala, our beloved Prophet (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) has been given whatever qualities there are, and whatever excellence exists, by Allah Ta’ala. In the whole universe, there cannot be anything or anyone with the same or greater quality than our beloved Prophet (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam).
The Holy Prophet (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) is the most virtuous creation and a delegate of Allah Ta’ala.
All the Ambiya (alaihimus salaam) were sent down to a particular group of people or a particular nation, but the Holy Prophet Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) was sent to the entire creation.
The Holy Prophet (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) is Mercy unto the humans, Angels, Jinns, animals and all the other creations of Almighty Allah and his special blessings is upon the human beings.
The Holy Prophet (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) is the Prophet of all the other Prophets and it is a necessity for everyone to follow the Prophet (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam).
Allah Ta’ala has gifted the Holy Prophet (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) with the keys of all Allah Ta’ala’s treasures. All the world and religious gifts are provided and created by Allah Ta’ala and shared and given out by our beloved Prophet (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam).
Allah Ta’ala gave our Prophet (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) the unique gift of Me’raj, meaning that Allah Ta’ala called him above the skies (Arsh) and showed him His Vision with the Prophet’s (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) own eyes.
The Prophet (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam listened to Allah Ta’ala’s Voice and was given a tour of Jannah (Paradise), Jahannam (Hell), Arsh (above the skies) and Kursi (Throne).
On the Day of Judgement, our Prophet (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam will be the first to perform intercession, meaning that he will intercede for people in the Court of Allah Ta’ala.
There are many other qualities, too much to mention in this short section.
If someone treated any of the Holy Prophet’s (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) quotations or actions or deeds or situations as not worthy or looked upon them with degrading value, then they are Kaafirs.
DIFFERENCE BETWEEN MAUJIZA AND KARAAMAT
When a Prophet performs an action that is impossible to perform to prove his prophecy and it astonishes the Kaafirs, it is known as a “Maujiza”. For example, to bring back to life the dead or to split the moon into two with the movement of the finger.
If these types of actions are performed by a Wali (Friend of Allah Ta’ala), then it is known as a “Karaamat”.
If they are performed by an ordinary person or wrongdoer or a Kaafir, then it is known as “Istidraj”.
When people see a Maujiza, the truth of a Prophet is accepted. False liars who claim to be a Prophet cannot perform these types of miracles. Allah Ta’ala never gives the false claimants of Prophethood the power to perform Maujizas, otherwise one would not be able to distinguish the difference between the true Prophets and false claimants.
 
EXCELLENCE OF SAYYIDUNA RASOOLULLAH (S.A.W)
SUPERIOR QUALITIES OF SAYYIDUNA RASOOLULLAH (SALLAL LAAHU ALAIHI WASALLAM)
(1) Almighty Allah wrote Sayyiduna Rasoolullah (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam’s) name in the Heavens and in the seven skies.
(2) The Angels were commanded to bow down to Nabi Adam (alaihis salaam), because he had the Nur (Light) of Sayyiduna Rasoolullah (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) on his blessed forehead.
(3) After the birth of Sayyiduna Rasoolullah (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam), Shaytaan could not go into the skies and steal news from the Angels.
(4) Sayyiduna Rasoolullah (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) used to be cradled by the Angels when he was a child.
(5) While he was in his cradle, he used to speak to the moon and the moon used to move in the whichever direction Sayyiduna Rasoolullah (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam’s) blessed fingers moved.
(6) He could see behind him while looking in front of him.
(7) He could see in the darkness as well as he could see in the daylight.
(8) His blessed saliva revived those who were sick.
(9) While his eyes were closed, his heart was awake.
(10) He never yawned during his entire lifetime.
(11) His perspiration had the scent of sweet roses.
(12) Although he was of medium height, he looked taller when he stood next to a tall person.
(13) He did not have a shadow, either in the sunlight or the moonlight.
(14) No flies, mosquitoes or any other kind of insects ever came onto his blessed body or clothes.
(15) His clothes never got dirty, no matter how long he wore them.
(16) The Angels followed him wherever he walked.
(17) When he stepped on a rock, his footprint would be left on it.
(18) He possessed the greatest wisdom of all creations.
(19) Almighty Allah put the name of the Holy Prophet (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) next to His Name in the Kalimah Shahaadah.
(20) Other Ambiya were Prophets for a certain country or special nation. He was the Prophet unto the entire creation.
(21) The Ummah of Sayyiduna Rasoolullah (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam), are more than that of all the Ummahs of all the other Ambiya put together.
(22) To call to Sayyiduna Rasoolullah (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) with his name or to speak loudly before him is prohibited since it is disrespectful to do so.
(23) He was visited approximately twenty four thousand times by Sayyiduna Jibra’el (alaihis salaam).
(24) Sayyiduna Rasoolullah (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam’s) wives and daughters are the best in the world. There are no women more superior to them.
(25) The soil in the grave of Sayyiduna Rasoolullah (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) is superior to every other place, including that of the Holy Kaaba.
(26) Sayyiduna Rasoolullah (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) is alive in his grave. He reads the Holy Quran and even performs his Salaah in the grave.
(27) His grave is visited by thousands of Angels daily. Those Angels who visit his grave once, do no get a second chance to visit his grave.
(28) It is obligatory on every Muslim to love Sayyiduna Rasoolullah (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam). The sign of love for him is to adapt his way of life and always remember him.
(29) It is Waajib (compulsory) to follow and love the Ahle Bait (Family of Sayyiduna Rasoolullah sallal laahu alaihi wasallam). Sayyiduna Rasoolullah (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) declared: “He who has hostility towards my Ahle Bait is a hypocrite.”
(30) It is also necessary to love all the Companions (Sahaba) of Sayyiduna Rasoolullah (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam). Sayyiduna Rasoolullah (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) declared, “After my demise, do not feel hostility towards my Sahaba. Loving them means loving me. He who hurts them also hurts me. He who hurts me also hurts Almighty Allah and those who hurt Almighty Allah are tormented by Him.”
(31) Sayyiduna Rasoolullah (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) is aware of all the actions of his Ummah.
(32) He was granted Mee’raj by Almighty Allah.
THE PROPHET (SALLAL LAAHU ALAIHI WASALLAM) AND THE HOLY QURAN
Once Sayyidah Ayesha Siddiqah (radi Allahu anha) was asked concerning the character of the Holy Prophet (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) and she answered, “Do you not recite the Holy Quran”. When the people replied that they did, she then said: “His Blessed Character is the Holy Quran”.

  1. The Holy Prophet’s (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) coming is the Holy Quran
  2. His leaving is the Holy Quran.
  3. His seeing is the Holy Quran.
  4. His hearing is the Holy Quran.
  5. His understanding is the Holy Quran.
  6. His explaining is the Holy Quran.
  7. His talking is the Holy Quran.
  8. His standing is the Holy Quran.
  9. His sitting is the Holy Quran.
  10. His walking is the Holy Quran.
  11. His resting is the Holy Quran.
  12. His waking is the Holy Quran.
  13. His sleeping is the Holy Quran.
  14. His eating is the Holy Quran.
  15. His drinking is the Holy Quran.
  16. His nature is the Holy Quran.
  17. His condition is the Holy Quran.
  18. His history is the Holy Quran.
  19. His Prophethood is the Holy Quran.
  20. His worshipping is the Holy Quran.
  21. His striving is the Holy Quran.
  22. His law is the Holy Quran.
  23. His way is the Holy Quran.
  24. His Sunnah is the Holy Quran.
  25. His wisdom is the Holy Quran.
  26. His bravery is the Holy Quran.
  27. His justice is the Holy Quran.
  28. His fluency is the Holy Quran.
  29. His recognition is the Holy Quran.
  30. His honesty is the Holy Quran.
  31. His generosity is the Holy Quran.
  32. His praise is the Holy Quran.
  33. His desire is the Holy Quran.
  34. His Jihad is the Holy Quran.
  35. His decision is the Holy Quran.
  36. His victory is the Holy Quran.
  37. His peace-making is the Holy Quran.
  38. His pleasure is the Holy Quran.
  39. His giving is the Holy Quran.
  40. His modesty is the Holy Quran.
  41. His movement is the Holy Quran.
  42. His speech is the Holy Quran.
  43. His character is the Holy Quran.
  44. His beauty is the Holy Quran.
  45. His intelligence is the Holy Quran.
  46. His saying is the Holy Quran.
  47. His actions is the Holy Quran.
  48. His Kalma is the Holy Quran.
  49. His miracle is the Holy Quran.
  50. His Namaaz is the Holy Quran.
  51. His Fasting is the Holy Quran.
  52. His Hajj is the Holy Quran.
  53. His biography is the Holy Quran.
  54. His introduction is the Holy Quran.
  55. The Holy Prophet (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) himself is the mirror of the Holy Quran.
  56. His entire life is the Holy Quran.
  57. The Holy Prophet (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) from within is the Holy Quran.
  58. His physical self is the Holy Quran.
  59. His personality is an example of the Holy Quran.
  60. His leadership is the Holy Quran.
  61. His piety is the Holy Quran.
  62. His diplomacy is the Holy Quran.
  63. His proficieny is the Holy Quran.
    THE HOLY QURAN AND THE HOLY PROPHET (SALLAL LAAHU ALAIHI WASALLAM)
  64. His reality.
  65. His birth.
  66. His love.
  67. His closeness.
  68. His mercy.
  69. His blessing.
  70. His firmness.
  71. His status.
  72. His exaltedness.
  73. His humbleness.
  74. His character.
  75. His knowledge.
  76. His attaining of knowledge.
  77. His teachings.
  78. His life.
  79. His era.
  80. His city.
  81. His titles.
  82. His remembrance.
  83. His miracles.
  84. His journey.
  85. His blessed face.
  86. His blessed hair.
  87. His blessed sight.
  88. His word.
  89. His blessed chest.
  90. His blessed hands.
  91. His throwing.
  92. His respect.
  93. His calling.
  94. His request.
  95. His desire.
  96. His happiness.
  97. His Ummah.
  98. His allegiance.
  99. His Ziyaarah.
  100. His pleading.
  101. His blessed wives.
  102. His blessed family.
  103. His giving.
  104. His stopping.
  105. His daily way.
  106. His victory.
  107. His biography.
  108. His Meelad (birth).
  109. His salutation.
    REMEMBRANCE (ZIKR) OF THE PROPHET (SALLAL LAAHU ALAIHI WASALLAM)
  110. Almighty Allah first made remembrance of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam).
  111. His remembrance is the Sunnah of Allah.
  112. His remembrance is the soul of Ibaadat.
  113. His remembrance is the key to Jannah.
  114. His remembrance is the solution to all calamities.
  115. His remembrance is protection from Hell.
  116. His remembrance is cure for illnesses.
  117. His remembrance takes away evil.
  118. His remembrance is the path to salvation.
  119. His remembrance is the means to Almighty Allah.
  120. His remembrance is a way of thanking Allah.
  121. His remembrance is the way of all Prophets.
  122. His remembrance takes place amongst the Angels.
  123. His remembrance is the way of humans.
  124. His remembrance is the way of the Jinns.
  125. His remembrance is in all the creations of the universe.
  126. His remembrance is Shari’ah.
  127. His remembrance is Tareeqah.
  128. His remembrance is Ma’arifat.
  129. His remembrance is Haqeeqat.
  130. His remembrance is Ibaadat.
  131. His remembrance is prayer.
  132. His remembrance is in the Holy Quran.
  133. His remembrance is in the Injeel (Bible).
  134. His remembrance is in the Zaboor.
  135. His remembrance is in the Torah.
  136. His remembrance is in all the Books of Allah.
  137. His remembrance is in the Azaan.
  138. His remembrance is in Namaaz.
  139. His remembrance takes place in the heights of the sky.
  140. His remembrance takes place in the depths of the earth.
  141. His remembrance takes place on the peaks of mountains and the depths of the sea.
  142. His remembrance is in the winds.
  143. His remembrance is in every atom of the earth.
  144. His remembrance is in the beauties of the earth.
  145. His remembrance is in Jannah.
  146. His remembrance was in every era.
  147. His remembrance takes place in every language.
  148. His remembrance is in the physical domain.
  149. His remembrance is in the spiritual domain.
  150. His remembrance is in the domains of the souls.
  151. His remembrance is in the domains of the body.
  152. His remembrance took place before the earth existed.
  153. His remembrance will take place even after Qiyamah.
  154. His remembrance is even in the graves of the deceased.
  155. His remembrance will take place on the Day of Reckoning.
  156. His remembrance always took place.
  157. His remembrance will always take place.
  158. His remembrance brightens one’s heart.
  159. His remembrance strengthens ones faith.
  160. His remembrance is the way of the Saints.
    UNIQUENESS ABOUT THE HOLY PROPHET MUHAMMAD (SALLAL LAAHU ALAIHI WASALLAM)
  161. The Beloved Habeeb (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) is the first creation of Allah.
  162. Almighty Allah created the universe through the Sadqa of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam).
  163. The Holy Prophet Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) has been decorated with all the beauties of the garbs of Prophethood.
  164. The Beloved Habeeb (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) is the most exalted of all the Prophets.
  165. The Holy Prophet Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) is the Universal Prophet.
  166. The Holy Prophet Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) is the Prophet of all Prophets.
  167. The Beloved Habeeb (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) is the first and the last.
  168. The Holy Prophet Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) is the final Messenger of Allah.
  169. The Holy Prophet Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) is Mercy unto the Worlds.
  170. The Beloved Habeeb (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) is the intercessor.
  171. The Beloved Habeeb (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) is the bright proof of Allah.
  172. The Beloved Habeeb (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) is the Noor (light of Allah).
  173. The Beloved Habeeb (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) is the Zikr (remembrance) of Allah.
  174. The Beloved Habeeb (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) is the Kaaba of the Kaaba.
  175. The Beloved Habeeb (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) is present and seeing everything.
  176. Love and reverance of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) is the basis of Imaan.
  177. Insult to the Holy Prophet Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) is Kufr.
  178. The Holy Prophet Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) is alive.
  179. To call to the Holy Prophet Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) and ask him for assistance is permissible and a means of great blessings.
  180. The Beloved Habeeb (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) hears and sees us.
  181. The Holy Prophet Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) helps in the times of need.
  182. The Holy Prophet Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) is Allah’s servant and final Prophet.
  183. The Beloved Habeeb(sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) is human, but the greatest of humans.
  184. To say the Holy Prophet Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) to be ordinary human like us is Kufr .
  185. You are not allowed to call the Holy Prophet Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) by his name, “Yaa Muhammad” or “Yaa Ahmad”.
  186. The Beloved Habeeb(sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) should be addressed by saying “Yaa Rasoolallah”, ” Yaa Habeeballah”, etc.
  187. The religion of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) is a perfected religion.
  188. The Holy Prophet Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) is the master of the Shari’ah.
  189. The Beloved Habeeb (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) is the leader of Jannah.
  190. The Beloved Habeeb (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) has been given the keys to Allah’s Treasures.
  191. The Beloved Habeeb (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) is the distributor of the bounties of Allah.
  192. The Beloved Habeeb (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) has given Jannah to his beloveds.
  193. The Beloved Habeeb (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) brought the dead back to life.
  194. The Holy Prophet Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) brought the sun back from setting.
  195. The Holy Prophet Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) split the moon in two parts just by pointing his finger.
  196. The Holy Prophet Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) cured the ill.
  197. The Holy Prophet Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) blessed childless people with children.
  198. The Holy Prophet Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) made stones read the Kalima.
  199. Animals made Sajdah to the Beloved Habeeb(sallal laahu alaihi wasallam).
  200. Trees showed obedience to the Beloved Habeeb(sallal laahu alaihi wasallam).
  201. The Beloved Habeeb (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) gave the treasures of both worlds with his empty hands.
  202. The Beloved Habeeb (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) is aware of all that which was and will be.
  203. The Beloved Habeeb (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) saw Almighty Allah with his physical eyes.
  204. The Beloved Habeeb (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) spoke to the Almighty Allah without any means.
  205. The Beloved Habeeb (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) can make Halaal or Haraam as he desires.
  206. The Holy Prophet Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) was born miraculously circumcised.
  207. The Holy Prophet Muhammad’s (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) body has no shadow.
  208. Flies never sat on the body or clothes of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam).
  209. The Holy Prophet Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) never yawned.
  210. It is permissible and a blessing to commemorate the Meelad of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam).
  211. Everything about the Holy Prophet Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) is pure.
  212. As long as the Holy Prophet Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) sat on any animal it would not answer the call of nature.
  213. The Holy Prophet Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) used to see behind him just like he saw in front.
  214. The Holy Prophet Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) hears from both far and near alike.
  215. To obey the Holy Prophet Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) is compulsory.
  216. The Holy Prophet Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) lead the Nabis on the earth and the Angels in the sky in Namaaz.
  217. To send Durood on the Holy Prophet Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) at least once in a lifetime is Fardh.
  218. To read Durood once on hearing the name of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) is Waajib and to do so continuosly is Mustahab.
  219. To write abbreviations such as “S.A.W” or “A.S.” or “S”, etc. is not permissible.
  220. If one kissed the thumbs and rubs them on the eyes when hearing the Holy Prophet Muhammad’s (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) name, then Insha-Allah, one will never become blind.
  221. By sending Durood with love on the Holy Prophet Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) gains one Jannah.
  222. The Holy Prophet Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) showed more than three thousand miracles.
  223. The Holy Prophet Muhammad’s (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) entire life is a miracle.
  224. The Holy Prophet Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) parents where brought back to life, made Ziyarah of him and read his Kalima.
  225. The Holy Prophet Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) parents are Muslims, Sahabi and Jannati.
  226. Whosoever is linked to the Holy Prophet Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) becomes blessed.
  227. Whosoever sees the Holy Prophet Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) in his dream has seen him and none other.
  228. No man, Jinn or Shaitaan can take the form of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam).
  229. Hazrat Jibraeel (alaihis salaam) came 24 000 times to the Holy Prophet Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam).
  230. The Holy Prophet Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) went for one physical Me’raj and thirty-four spiritual Me’raj.
  231. The Holy Prophet Muhammad’s (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) heart was split four times: at the home of Dai Halima (radi Allahu anha); when he was ten years old; before the Revelation and when he undertook the physical Me’raj.
  232. We will be questioned in our graves concerning the Holy Prophet Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam).
  233. His enemies will be ignored by Allah on the Day of Qiyamah.
  234. The Holy Prophet Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) will be blessed with Kauthar and Maqaam-e-Mahmood (Station of Praise) on the Day of Qiyamah.
  235. The Holy Prophet Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) has been blessed with the opening of the doors of intercession.
  236. To make Ziyarah of the Rauza-e-Anwar of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) is close to Waajib.
  237. Every morning and every evening 70 000 angels present themselves at the Rauza-e-Anwar of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) to send Salaams and this practise will continue until Qiyamah.
  238. The Holy Prophet Muhammad’s (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) wives’ are the mothers of the nation.
  239. The Holy Prophet Muhammad’s (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) wives’ are also amongst the Ahle Bait.
  240. The Holy Prophet Muhammad’s (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) wives’ the most exalted amongst women.
  241. The Holy Prophet Muhammad’s (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) genealogy continued from the descendants of Hazrat Sayyadah Fathima Zahra (radi Allahu anha).
    N.B. Hazrat Sayyadah Fathima Zahra (radi Allahu anha) is the most exalted woman in this world and in the Aakirah as she is the flesh of Rasollullah (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam).
  242. The Holy Prophet Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) has been blessed with the strength of fourty men of Jannah.
  243. The Holy Prophet Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) defeated the famous wrestler named Rukaana on many occassions.
  244. The Holy Prophet Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) did not perform Janazah Salaah for Hazrat Khadija (radi Allahu anha) as Janazah Salaah was not Fardh then.
  245. The Holy Prophet Muhammad’s (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) forefather, Sayyiduna Abdul Munaaf (radi Allahu anhu) was known as the “Moon of Makkah” due to the Noor of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (salaam laahu alaihi wasallam) being on his forehead.
  246. The Holy Prophet Muhammad’s (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) great grandfather, Sayyiduna Hashim (radi Allahu anhu), named also as “Amr”, was a very generous and an excellent host.
  247. The Holy Prophet Muhammad’s (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) grandfather, Hazrat Abdul Mutallib (radi Allahu anhu), was a pious person. Beautiful scent used to come out of his body, and the people of Makkah would make Du’a through his Wasila in times of need.
  248. The Noor of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) used to shine brightly in the forehead of Hazrat Abdullah (radi Allahu anhu), his father.
  249. His mother was given glad tidings of his birth by various Nabis of Allah.
  250. During the Holy Prophet Muhammad’s (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) birth, maidens from Jannah assisted his mother.
  251. The Holy Prophet Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) was born saying “Rabbi habli ummati”.
  252. His uncle, Hazrat Abbas’s (radi Allahu anhu), voice could be heard eight miles away when he spoke.
  253. When the Holy Prophet Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) was born, Angels presented themselves at his home.
  254. On the birth of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) the Holy Kaaba bowed and made Salaam to him.
  255. The Holy Prophet (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) is the greatest of all eras.
  256. The Holy Prophet (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) Deen is the greatest of all Deens.
  257. The Holy Quran revealed on the Holy Prophet Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) is the greatest of all Books.
  258. The Holy Prophet’s (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) Shari’ah is the greatest of all Shari’ahs.
  259. The Holy Prophet’s (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) Ummah is the greatest of all ummats.
  260. The Holy Prophet’s (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) companions are the greatest companions.
  261. The Ulama of the Holy Prophet’s (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) Ummah are the greatest of all Ulama.
  262. The Awliyah of the Holy Prophet’s (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) Ummah are the greatest of all Awliyah.
  263. The Martyrs of the Holy Prophet’s (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) Ummah are the greatest of Martyrs.
  264. The Holy Prophet’s (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) language is the greatest of all languages.
  265. The Prophet ‘s (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) country is the greatest of all countries.
  266. The Holy Prophet’s (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) family is the greatest of all the Prophet’s families.
  267. The Holy Prophet’s (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) genealogy is the greatest genealogy.
  268. The Holy Prophet’s (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) miracles are the greatest of miracles.
  269. The Holy Prophet’s (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) scent is the greatest scent.
  270. Water that came out of the fingers of the Holy Prophet (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) is the greatest of waters.
  271. The Holy Prophet Muhammad’s (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) grave where he is resting is that ground which is greater than the Kaaba and the Arsh.
  272. The greatest favour and grace of all is the Holy Prophet Muhammad (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam).
  273. The Holy Prophet’s (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) birth is the happiest of all occassions.
  274. “Layumkinus sana’oo kama kana haqqahu, bad az khuda buzrug tu’i qissa mukhtasar”.pe .

Important dates during the month of Safar 1441 Hirji (2019)

SAFAR

01 Urs of Haji Warsi Ali Shah (RA)  Punjab
03 Khwaja Daana Soorat (RA)  —
05 Allama Arshadul Qadri(RA)  —
05 Hazrat Qari Maqbool (RA)  —

5th Monthly Mehfil -Hazrat Khwaja Usman e Haruni (R.A)
06 Maulana Shriful Haq Amadi (RA)  —

6th Monthly -Chattie Sharif of Hzrt Khwaja Moinuddin Chishty (R.A).
07 Khawaja Muhammad Suleman Tonswi (RA)  —
07 Hazrat Sheikh Bahauddin Zakarya Multani(RA)  —
08 Maulana Syed Liaqat Ali Shah Razawi (RA)  —
09 Hazrat Imam Ali Moosa Raza (Radi Allahu anhu)  —
09 Hazrat Ameer Abul Aaie Sartaj (RA)  —

11th Monthly – Ghyarmee Sharif of Hzrt Ghouse al Azam (R.A)
11 Hazrat Ebrahim Raza Jilani Mian(RA)  Bareilly Shareef
11 Hazrat Ghulam Ali Aukarvi (RA)  —
12 Hazrat Maulana Fazl-e-Haq Khairabadi (RA)  —
12 Hazrat Shah Abdul Latif Bhittai (RA)  Bhit Shah
13 Imam Nasaie (RA)  —
15 Hazrat Shah Ahmed Shamsuddin(RA)  —
20 Urs of Hazrat Data Ganj Baksh(Radi Allahu anhu)  Lahore 
19 Urs of Sayed Ahmed (RA) Kalpi Shareef

21st Monthly – Ekisvi Sharif of Hzrt Mollah Ali (Karam Allah Wajhu)
22 Hazrat Shah Meena(RA)  —
23 Hazrat Sultan Mehmood Gaznavi (RA) —
23 Syedna Imam Baqir(Radi Allahu anhu)  —
23 Muhammad Saleem Qadri (RA) —
24 Khwaja Shamsuddin Sialwi (RA) —
24 Allama Abudul Hakim Sialkoti (RA) —
25 A’la Hazrat Imam Ahmed Raza Khan(RA) Bareilly Shareef
26 Urs of Sayed Hassan Jilani (RA) Baghdad Shareef
27 Urs of Hazrat Salahudeen Ayubi(RA)  Syria
27 Imam Badruddin Ainee (RA) —
28  (Shahdat) of Imam Hasan (Alaih salam) Madinah Sharif 
28 Urs of Imam Rabbani Mujaddid Alf Saani(RA)  Punjab
28 Hazrat Shah Jahangir(RA)  —
29 Khwaja Peer Mehr Ali Shah Golarhwi (RA) —
29 Hazrat Asshah Imam Noovi (RA) —

Ajmer sharif Peer shaib visiting United Kingdom September 2019

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