at-Tazkirah: التذكرة

“And keep reminding, because reminding benefits the believers.” (51:55)

The Meaning of the Noble Qur’an

Download and listen to the Quran in English by Mufti Taqi Usmani.

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Filed under: Audio, Qur'an

Declaring the Truth [اظہار حق]

Izhar-e-Haq

Hadhrat Maulana Shah Abrarul Haq Hardoi Sahib نوراللہ مرقدہ said,

“Decrlaring the Truth was compulsory upon Ambiya علیہم السلام in every situation, even if their lives might go. Yet for ‘Ulema exists room for silence, if there’s danger of getting killed – but declaring the truth is superior.”

Filed under: Malfoozat, Prophets

To Feel Superior

Hadhrat Maulana Shah Abrarul Haq Hardoi Sahib نوراللہ مرقدہ said,

“When a doctor gives a Prince an injection, he doesn’t consider himself superior to the Prince. In the same way the one speaking about Deen should not consider himself superior to the listeners. Regarding the expert of a field as perfect [Akmal] is permissible, but to regard as superior is Haram. Because the criteria of virtue/superiority is based on acceptance by Allah Ta’ala [Qubuliyat inda’Allah], which can not be found out about in the Dunya.

The dignity of every believer should be in the heart. It’s not permissible for any ‘Alim or Shaykh-e-Kamil even to consider a sinful Muslim despising. If a small child urinates on the father, the clothes of the father would be considered impure but there won’t be any decrease in the dignity of the father. Hadhrat Thanvi نوراللہ مرقدہ used to say, ‘Whenever I take care of someone[‘s affairs], I consider him superior to myself.’

Similarly, I consider my mother & sisters and you people superior to myself too, but am [at the same time] telling the commands of Allah Ta’ala.”

Filed under: Good Qualities, Malfoozat

حاجت روا

Allah

سمجھتا ہے خدا کو صرف جو حاجت روا اپنا ۔
وہ غیر اللہ کے در کا کبھی سائل نہیں ہوتا ۔

“Who understands Allah alone as one’s Hajat Rawa*,
will never be a suppliant at the doors of Ghairullah.”

* Hajat Rawa = The One who fulfills needs.

Filed under: 1. 'Aqaid, Others, Zikr & Du'a

اِنما دنيا فنا

A mixed Arabic/Urdu poem recited by young Hafiz Sibghatullah (may Allah bless him abundantly).

Filed under: Audio

Same Usuls of Tarbiyah

Hadhrat Mufti Muhammad Shafi’ Sahab رحمۃ اللہ علیہ narrates,

“Incidentally I got hold of a book in which Hadhrat Shaykh Muhyiuddin ibn ‘Arbi رحمۃ اللہ علیہ wrote about some affairs of Shaykh & dsiciple. All those Usuls [rules] of Tarbiyah took before place in Thana Bhawan.

I showed the book to Hadhrat [Maulana Ashraf Ali Thanvi رحمۃ اللہ علیہ]. Hadhrat very pleased said, Thanks to Allah, I got support/evidence that these are not Bid’at [innovations].'”

[Khutbat-e-Mufti ‘Azam, pg. 107]

Filed under: 5. Tasawwuf, Books, Malfoozat

Maulana Tariq Jamil at Darul ‘Uloom Karachi

Gate of Jamiah Darul 'Uloom Karachi

DeeneIslam.com has uploaded a speech of Maulana Tariq Jamil (may Allah preserve him) adressing the students of Jamiah Darul ‘Uloom Karachi. May Allah Ta’ala give us the ability to listen, understand and practise.

Download!

Filed under: Audio

Forming Habits of Sunnah

Hadhrat Mufti Muhammad Taqi Usmani دامت برکاتہم narrates the following while giving a discourse on the Adaab [etiquettes] of drinking water:

Once Hadhrat Dr. Abdul Hayy Arifi Sahib رحمۃ اللہ علیہ related the following incident:

“Once I entered a mosque for prayer and was feeling thirsty. I took out water in a pot from the earthen jar provided in the mosque. According to my habit I sat down to drink the weter. A man who was standing nearby objected to this way of my drinking and told me that I could have as well drunk the water while standing. I told him that it was my habit to drink while sitting. The man retorted, saying that it ws a great virtue and honour to form the habit of  something which is a Sunnah of the Holy Prophet صلی اللہ علیہ و الہ سلم. The man was quite right. When a man is prone to form many habits he should try to form habits which are acts of the Sunnah and which are expected to earn for him great rewards and blessings from Almighty Allah.”

[Jamiah Masjid Baitul Mukarram, Karachi; 6th August 1993]

Filed under: Akhlaq & Adaab, Good Qualities, Malfoozat, Sunnah & Hadith

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