Showing posts with label #Mazaar. Show all posts
Showing posts with label #Mazaar. Show all posts

Thursday, April 20, 2017

The Protocol (manners) of Presentation at the Shrines of the Holy Saints-AURAAD E MASHAAIKH







The Protocol (manners) of Presentation at the Shrines of the Holy Saints
If the parents are dead, then their graves should be visited on every Friday. If the grave is in a different city then it should be visited whenever you go there. And daily from your station (where you live) for (After this say to the Lord of the Shrine)

“Oh! Master of the Shrine,
You are the beloved of Al-Laah Taa‘laah and Rasoolal-Laah (S al-lal-Laahu ‘Alaiehi Wa Sal-lam). I am requesting in the court of Al-Laah with your mediation please affirm my recommen- dation and grant kindness to me.”
Then say to AL-Laah Kareem

Yaa Ilaahal ‘Aalaameen,
“Please accept the recommendation of this Holy person on my behalf and remove all my problems by his favors Sadaqah (favours) Aameen.”

Note: It is not right for the women to visit the graves without a Mahram (with whom marriage is prohibited) or without Proper pardah (without veil).
On Visitation of the graveyard of common/regular Muslims read this :

As-Saalamu ‘Aliekum Yaa Ah lal Quboor 3 Times



As-Salaamu ‘Alaiekum Yaa Ahlad-Diyaari Minal Mu’mineena Wal Muslimeen. Wa yar h amul-Laahu Mustaq dimeena Minkum Wal Musta’khi reen. Wa In-naa In Shaa’Al-Laahu Bikum Laah iqoon. Nas’alul-Laahu Lanaa Wa Lakumul ‘Aafiyah. Antum Lanaa Farat un Wa Nah nu Lakum Taba‘un. Al-Laahum-ma Laa Tah rim naa Ajra hum, Wa Laa tud il-Lanaa Ba‘dahum. Al-Laahum-magh fir Lanaa Wali waa lideenaa Wali Mashaa’ikhinaa Wali Asaa tiza tinaa Wali Ah baa binaa Wali ‘Ashaa‘irinaa Wali Qabaa’ilinaa Wali mal-Lahu H aq-qun ‘Alaienaa Wali Jamee’il Mu’mineena Wal Mu’minaati Wal Muslimeena Wal Musli maati,Al Ah yaa’i Minhum Wal Amwaati, In-
naka Mujeebud-Da‘waati In-naka ‘Alaa kul-li Shaie’in Qadeer. Wa S al-lal-Laahu ‘Alaa Habeebihi Saiy-yidinaa Muhammadińw-Wa Aalihi Wa Sal-lam.

Sunday, February 14, 2016

Beliefs of Ahle Sunnat Wa Jamaa'at- Visting Mazaar Shareef

Urs is the day of the passing away of the noble Saints. The word Urs has been taken from the Hadees: "Sleep just like the bride." (Mishkhaat Shareef) The Angels say to the Pious in the grave, "Sleep with restfulness and comfort just like a bride."
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On the day of the passing away of a Saint or on a specific date, his admirers, disciples, followers and relatives assemble together at the grave of the Saint to obtain spiritual benefit and celebrate the anniversary with rejoice.


It is also very worthy to recite the Quraan Shareef and pass on the Sawaab (reward) to their soul and to recite Faatihah and distribute sweetmeat among those present.

Tuesday, October 27, 2015

RULING OF AHLE SUNNAT WA JAMAA'AT REGARDING VISTING MAZAARAAT.

RULING OF AHLE SUNNAT WA JAMAA'AT REGARDING VISTING MAZAARAAT.

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                      Our Beloved Prophet Muhammad (Sallal Laahu ‘Alaiehi Wa Sallam) have said:
"I had previously forbidden you to visit graves, but I now permit you to visit them, for it will remind you of the Hereafter."
Hadees Shareef
Aqeedah of Ahle Sunnat Wa Jamaa'at …regarding visiting the Blessed Shrines of Auliyaa Allaah.
It is permissible to make [Intercession] Waseela’s of Prophets and their inheritors –Auliyaa’s' and Pious Muslims-...to approach Allaah Ta'aalaa with their help.
Rasoolul Laah (Sallal Laahu ‘Alaiehi Wa Sallam)….have said:
"ALLAAH [Ta’aalaa] gives and I am the (Muhammad) is the distributer".[Sallal Laahu Alaiehi Wa Sallam]
(Bukhari Shareef, Muslim)
Faaiez [Blessing] emanates from the soul of a Walee to the heart of a person who thinks of him and makes a Waseela of him while visiting the grave of that Walee. The weaker of the two souls gains strength.
This is the reason why visiting graves was forbidden in the beginning of Islaam, since the dead in the graves belonged to the Jahiliyya Ages at that time.
It was permitted later when there were dead Muslims who could be visited.
One will be thinking about the Prophet or the Parents or Walee when visiting his grave.
Excerpt from the speeches by Hazrat Allaamah Kaukab Noorani Okarvi
 

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