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Monday, January 9, 2017

What is Giyaarween Shareef ?

A gathering on any day, though generally on 11th of the lunar calendar, consisting of recitation of
the Holy Quraan, Zikr (Remembrance of Allaah Ta’aala), reading Faatihah and distributing food to send the reward to Huzoor Ghaus e A’zam Saiyyidinah Shaiekh Saiyyid Abdul Qaadir Jeelaani (May Allaah be well pleased with him) is called Giyaarween Shareef. Its basis in the religion is from the concept of sending reward to others. This is commonly known as Ieesaal-e-Sawaab, and it has been proven from the Quraan and Sunnah.

What is Ieesaal-e-Sawaab?
Ieesaal-e-Sawaab is act of performing a virtuous deed and sending the spiritual reward to another.
Allaah (Most Exalted) says:
“And those who came after them submit, O our Lord! Forgive us and our brothers who preceded
us in the faith” ( Quraan-Al-Hashr:10)
This proves that the prayer of Muslims for the forgiveness of other Muslims is from Quraanic teachings and Ieesaal-e-Sawaab is actually a form of supplication (Dua).
In a Hadees related from both Imaam Bukhaari and Imaam Muslim, the Mother of the Believers
Hazrat Ayeshaa Siddiqaa (May Allaah be well pleased with her) narrated that a person asked a question about sending reward (Ieesaal-e-Sawaab) to his mother at which the Holy Prophet (Peace
be upon him) replied that the reward of your charity (Sadaqa and khaieraat) would, in fact, reach her. According to another Hadees in the Musnad of Imaam Ahmed, Hazrat Anas (May Allaah be
well pleased with them) inquired that “For our deceased, we make dua, give charity and perform Pilgrimage; does it reach them?” The Holy Prophet (Peace be upon him) replied, “Yes, certainly
it reaches them and they are pleased with it just like you are pleased with each others gifts.”


Neyaaz is a Persian word which means distribution of food, sweets to convey reward thereof to saints and pious people. The food of the Neyaaz is not only lawful but also rewarding one. Faatihah [Recitation of Quraanic chapters or verses on food or sweets] of Hazrat Saiyyidinah Ghaus ul A’azam on 11 of Rabiul Aakhir are being arranged/held by the Muslims for centuries. Dedicating [Neyaaz] for the Shaiekh means to dedicate the reward of its consumption for the reward (sawaab) of his soul These ceremonies are exclusively held to feed the poor and indigent people so that the reward thereof reaches the dead. The rich also attend such gatherings, ceremonies with religious fervor and solemnity and partake in food thereby to earn Divine blessings and bounties

Hazrat Ghaus e A'zam Shaiekh Saiyyid Abdul Qaadir Jeelaani [Rahmatul Laah Alaieh]

There are different duties of the Auliyaa Allaah and they have been blessed differently. We don’t understand. There are 124 000 different degrees of Friendship Of Allaah Kareem [Wilayat] and every one of them is on the footsteps of a Rasoolul Laah [Sallal Laahu Alaieh Wa Sallam]. Therefore it is said, ‘Only a Walee is able to recognize a Walee’.
Speech Excerpt- Hazrat Maulana Muhammad Shafee Okarvi [Rahmatul Laah Alaieh]

Life Events -Of Hazrat Ghaus e A'zam Shaiekh Saiyyid Abdul Qaadir Jeelaani [Rahmatul Laah Alaieh] continued...excerpt speech by Allaamah Kaukab Noorani Okarvi Childhood...Events

When Hazrat Ghaus al-A’zam [Rahmatul Laah Alaieh] reached the age of physical maturity, about sixteen or seventeen, then his teacher said, ‘Allaah Kareem has blessed you abundantly and much potential lies within you, so you should leave our little city, which has no facilities for higher learning and go to a bigger city that has a University for higher education.’ Hazrat Ghaus al-A’zam [Rahmatul Laah Alaieh] conferred with his mother, who agreed with his teacher and said, ‘Allaah Kareem... has created you for a great task. The circles you will move in and the field of Divine Learning [Marifat] requires that you be highly educated in the religion.’

Hazrat Ghaus al-A’zam [Rahmatul Laah Alaieh] blessed mother asked him to undertake the journey to Baghdad but he should not lie under any circumstances. She sewed forty gold dinars in the seam of his coat and set him on his way. On the way highway robbers laid siege to the traveling party.

The robbers mercilessly attacked the caravan. Hazrat Ghaus al-A’zam [Rahmatul Laah Alaieh] stood on one side and watched the pillage. A robber passed by Hazrat Ghaus al-A’zam [Rahmatul Laah Alaieh] and asked if he has anything of value. Hazrat said he has forty dinars on him. The robber taught he was joking since he cut a lonely figure standing with no baggage. He left and when the robbers gathered in front of their leader, he inquired if they had robbed all the travelers. They answered in the affirmative. The robber who had passed by Hazrat Ghaus al-A’zam [Rahmatul Laah Alaieh] said that one boy of eighteen to twenty of age had said he has forty dinars on him but he thinks he is joking. The leader asked loudly, ‘who, is this boy who has the nerve to joke with us. Bring him to me immediately.’ Hazrat was brought to him and on seeing Hazrat’s beautiful face his life was transformed.’ The faces of the Beloved’s Of Allaah Kareem possess blessing, spirituality and light as an indication of their sublime status and attachment to enlightened ones. Hazrat Ghaus al-A’zam [Rahmatul Laah Alaieh] was a member of the family of the Holy Prophet [Sallal Laahu Alaieh Wa Sallam],a born Walee and leader of all Auliyaa. Wilaayat has a class about it. The leader of the robbers had seen many people but this was a unique face possessing, innocence, beauty, spirituality and light. His face indicated that he was a flower from an exceptional garden. The leader of the robbers marveled at the radiance of Hazrat Ghaus al-A’zam [Rahmatul Laah Alaieh]’s face and asked him if he had anything on him. Hazrat replied that he had forty dinar on him that was sewn into his coat by his mother. The robber was amazed at his honesty. On enquiry Hazrat Ghaus al-A’zam [Rahmatul Laah Alaieh] told him that his name was Abdul al-Qaadir, he was a direct descendant of Imaam Hasan and Imaam Husaien [Radiyal Laah Anhum] traveling to Baghdad to further his studies. The leader of the robbers said,
O ‘Abdul al-Qaadir if you told me you have nothing on you I would never have suspected you are carrying wealth and it would have helped you in a strange land. Hazrat Ghaus al-A’zam [Rahmatul Laah Alaieh] replied, ‘I could have hidden it from you, but in the process I would have to lie. I left home and promised my mother I would never lie. I could give my life but I cannot break my promise to my mother.’ These words of truth uttered by the truthful one had an effect on the heart of the robber. The words of the Friends Of Allaah Kareem have great effect on the listener. The robber began crying and said, ‘This young man fears displeasing his mother whereas I have transgressed the Laws of Allaah[Ta’aalaa] and thereby earned the displeasure of the Holy Prophet Muhammad [Sallal Laahu Alaieh Wa Sallam]’. The robber repented and sought forgiveness for his sins. He asked Hazrat Ghaus al-A’zam [Rahmatul Laah Alaieh] to raise his hands and make Dua for him with that blessed tongue that has so much of effect in it. Hazrat Ghaus al-A’zam [Rahmatul Laah Alaieh] replied, ‘I will pray for you on condition that you return all the goods you plundered from our caravan to their owners’. The robber returned everything, including the forty dinars. When Hazrat Ghaus al-A’zam [Rahmatul Laah Alaieh] began his supplication [dua] the other robbers requested that they also be included in the supplication. In the course of the dua the fate of the robbers changed to the extent that Allaah Kareem granted them Wilaayat.

As a result of Hazrat Ghaus al-A’zam [Rahmatul Laah Alaieh] practicing truthfulness 40-70 thieves repented, became true Muslim, were admitted in the ranks of the righteous [Saliheen] and the plundered goods were also returned....Sub Haan Allaah!!!

Sunday, January 8, 2017

Life Events Of Hazrat Ghaus e A'zam Shaiekh Saiyyid Abdul Qaadir Jeelaani [Rahmatul Laah Alaieh]

Excerpt speech by Hazrat Maulana Shafee Okarvi[Rahmatul Laah Alaieh]-South Africa
At the latter stages when Ghaus Paak [Rahmatul Laah Alaieh] reached the level of Ghausiyat a thief broke into his house and the disciples’ caught him. They took him to Hazrat Ghaus al-A’zam [Rahmatul Laah Alaieh] who questioned him as to why he came to steal. The thief replied that he thought many expensive gifts must be brought here since many of the nobles visit this house. He went on to explain that as soon as he put his foot in the house he went blind, was caught .....He pleaded for forgiveness. Hazrat Ghaus al-A’zam [Rahmatul Laah Alaieh] asked him to sit until he finished reading his Wazeefaa. The robber repented sincerely in his heart whilst sitting there in apprehension that the disciples would beat him. Why should he have not repented seeing that he had come to an Aastanaa of such a high spiritual standing. As soon as Hazrat finished his Wazaaif [plural of Wazeefaa] he performed his late night prayer [Tahajjud], lifted his hand for Dua and looked towards the thief. These Auliyaa are overflowing with compassion and grace. Hazrat Ghaus al-A’zam [Rahmatul Laah Alaieh] said, ‘O Allaah Kareem! If this thief went to a materially rich individual he would have got something for his efforts, how can I send him back empty handed. He came to get the riches of this world, but I pray you give him the wealth of Islaam. He came for temporary [Faani] wealth, You give him everlasting [Baaqi] wealth. His physical eye has become blind, O Allaah Kareem ! Restore not only his physical eyesight but open his inner eye [Baseerah]’

It was the last third of the night, the time of acceptance of Dua and this was the Dua of Abu Muhammad Abdul Qaadir Hazrat Ghaus al-A’zam Mahboob e Subhaani [Rahmatul Laah Alaieh] so it was definitely answered. Allaah Kareem ! Restored his sight and granted him spiritual sight. He now looked up to the preserved tablet [Al-lauw Al Mahfooz]. He fell on the feet of Hazrat Ghaus al-A’zam [Rahmatul Laah Alaieh] and begged to be admitted as his disciple and servant. He was initiated into the spiritual order and at the same time granted commission as a spiritual successor [Khilaafat]. Before the Azaan for the Fajr Salaah, Hazrat Khizr [Alaiehis Salaam] came and informed Hazrat Ghaus al-A’zam [Rahmatul Laah Alaieh] that the spiritual head [Qutb] of a certain area had died. Hazrat appointed the very person as the successor to the Qutb of that area. The man came as a thief but left as a Qutb....Sub Haan Laah...
to be continued IN Shaa Allaah.!

Qaseedah Ghausiyah- Auraad e Mashaa'ikh by Hazrat Allaamah Kaukab Noorani Okarvi

Ieesal e Sawab

Sunday, December 11, 2016

Wednesday, December 7, 2016


Rabi ul Awwal Message-Hazrat Allaamah Kaukab Noorani Okarvi

Things to do in this Blessed Month...
Plant a tree in your house, town or estate, the Holy Prophet [Sallal Laahu Alaieh Wa Sallam]
Said, that, “When a Muslim plant a tree, till the time people will eat its fruits and sit under its shade, till
that time it will be continue charity…[Sadaqah e Jaariyah] for that person.
Nowadays planting a tree is also beneficial for the betterment of the environments.

Non Muslim Remarks about Prophet Muhammad [Sallal Laahu Alaieh Wa Sallam]

JULES MASSERMAN  a United States psychoanalyst and professor  Chicago University
"People like Pasteur and Salk are leaders in the first sense. People like Gandhi and Confucius, on one hand, and Alexander, Caesar and Hitler on the other, are leaders in the second and perhaps the third sense. Jesus and Buddha belong in the third category alone. Perhaps the greatest leader of all times was Muhammad, who combined all three functions. To a lesser degree, Moses did the same."
Jules Masserman in in TIME Magazine wrote:
"Perhaps the greatest leader of all times was Muhammad, who combined all the three functions. To a lesser degree Moses did the same."
(Jules Masserman, 'Who Were Histories Great Leaders?', TIME Magazine, July 15, 1974).

The Blessings of Milad Shareef Proof

First Doubt
Some people say the respected Companions did not read salutation this manner therefore it is an innovation.

In reply, I would like to say that if this is the case that all those practices not done by the respected Companions are innovations then what about the form of the books of holy Qur’aan today, for example on colorfully decorated pages, printed by various methods with diacritical signs, translations, footnotes, interpretations etc. Also today’s form of the books of Ahadees including their explanations, the books of jurisprudence (Fiqh), fundamentals of jurisprudence, course books etc. As well as the form of today’s religious schools, their method of teaching, class time tables, examinations, distribution of certificates, monthly and annual collection of donations, teachers’ salaries etc. And the manner in which gatherings for preaching are held today along with the form of today’s masaajid, salaries of the imaam, the mu’azzam and the committees and furthermore the journey of today’s Hajj pilgrimage. Similarly there are so many other practices. Did the Companions (Allaah have mercy on them) do all of this? Was all of this present at their time? No, absolutely not. So then those who deny peace and salutation should also call all the forms of these things innovations. And they should give speeches against them, print posters and try to eliminate them in every possible way. Why are they obsessed with only one thing that is Meelaad Shareef and standing for salutation?

Keep in mind, that if this manner (of Meelaad Shareef and standing for salutation) was established by the respected Companions then it would have been either mandatory or Sunnat (Prophetic tradition). And we don’t call it mandatory or sunnat. According to us reading salutation in this manner is mustahab (desirable). And a mustahab act is one that is considered good by the true Muslims like this saying of the holy Prophet (Sallal Laahu ‘Alaiehi Wa Sallam):

“Whatever is good [righteous] according to the Muslims [true believers] is also good before Allaah.” - (Ahmad: 3600. Al Mustadrik: 4465.) Excerpt -Blessings of Meelaad Shareef by Hazrat Maulana Muhammad Shafee Okarvi [Rahmatul Laah Alaieh]

Roznaamah Jang karachi Article. December 24th, 2015