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Fruitless Viewpoint PDF Print E-mail
Fiqh and Masaail - Miscellaneous

Fruitless Viewpoint

Harmalah Bin Yahya says: I heard Imaam Shaafi’ reciting this poem:

وَلَا تُعْطِيَنَّ الرَّأْيَ مَنْ لَا يُرِيْدُه
فَلَا أَنْتَ مَحْمٌوْدٌ وَّلَا الرَّأْيَ نَافِعُه
Do not express your viewpoint to one who does not want it
You will not be praised and your viewpoint will not be of benefit.

Joining the Salaami Gathering PDF Print E-mail
Fiqh and Masaail - Bid'ah

Joining the Salaami Gathering

Q. What is the ruling regarding a person who joins the bid’ati salaami gathering on the Day of Eid?

A. It is not permissible to associate with the salaami gathering. The practice of standing up in this gathering believing that Rasoolullah (Sallallahu alaihi wa sallam) attends the gathering is shir’k and sinful.

The Life of Hakeemul Ummat (51) PDF Print E-mail
Tasawwuf - Auliya

9.7 Reason for the Recognition

The extraordinary respect and honour shown to him by Buzrugaan-e-Kiraam and Awliya-e-Izaam of every spiritual order in spite of his young age; by them approaching him as with a Buzrug, without formal introduction to him; the outmost consideration accorded to him and without prior meeting reposing total confidence in him are ostensible proofs of him being respected, honoured, loved and accepted. But, in reality its nature was something else, from which the veil was removed by Hazrat Moulana Gangohi’s (Rahmatullahi alaih) Khaleefa-e-Mujaaz, the emotional and ecstatic Buzrug Hazrat Moulana Muhammad Roshan Khan Saheb (Rahmatullahi alaih).

This was when Hazrat Moulana Ashraf Ali Thanwi went to visit the said Buzrug at a time when he was preparing for his journey to the Aakhirat. After explaining his illness, unexpectedly he requested du’aa from Hazrat Thanwi emotionally and with tears in his eyes. He said:
“Well! This is the state of my illness. Now you make du’aa for me that Allah Ta'ala makes my ending with Imaan. Allah Ta'ala has made you the Mujaddid of this century. May Allah Ta'ala cast light to this world through your faiz and barakaat and at your hands may He uproot customs and bid’aat.”

The Life of Hakeemul Ummat (50) PDF Print E-mail
Tasawwuf - Auliya

iv. Names of Others

Hazrat Thanwi, similarly, visited and derived spiritual grace from the following illustrious personalities:

*Hazrat Shah Abdul Lateef Saheb, the taarikud dunya [ascetic] Buzrug of Kanpur
*Hazrat Hafiz Abdur Rahmaan Saheb – the Khaleefah of Saain Tawakkul Shah, from Muradabad
*Hazrat Bahadur Ali Shah Saheb of Deoband
*Hazrat Mullah Shihaabud Deen Saheb Wilaayati
*Hazrat Gheesan Shah Saheb
*Hazrat Peer Ahmad Saheb, the Saheb-e-Kashf [receiver of inspirations] and Saheb-e-Haal wa Qaal [emotional and outspoken] Buzrug of Panipat
*Hazrat Moulana Muhammad Ali Khaleefah Saheb of Moongeer
*Moulana Shah Fazlur Rahman Saheb
*Hazrat Hafiz Tafazzul Husain Saheb of Baghra, in the district of Muzaffar Nagar
*Hazrat Shah Ihsaanul Haq Saheb, the renowned Buzrug of Kanpur
*Shaikh Abdul Wahhaab Saheb, the Saheb-e-Kashf of Baghdad
*Hazrat Shah Abdul Hasan Saheb, the recluse Buzrug of Saharanpur
*Saain Tawakkul Shah Saheb, the reputed Buzrug of Ambalah
*Hazrat Moulana Khaleefah Ghulaam Muhammad Saheb, the famous Shaikh of Deenpur
*Moulana Muhammad Aadil Saheb of Kanpur
*Moulana Abdul Hay Saheb Farangi Mahalli of Lucknow
*Moulana Muhammad Na’eem Saheb Farangi Mahalli
*Moulana Ainul Quzaat Saheb
Ghafaralahumullahu Ta’ala!

What is Easier – Controlling Humans or Animals? PDF Print E-mail
Tasawwuf - Tasawwuf

What is Easier – Controlling Humans or Animals?

Imaam  Shaafi’ (Rahmatullahi alaih) said: “To keep humans under control is much more difficult than keeping animals under control.”

The Behaviour of a Jamaat Ameer PDF Print E-mail
Fiqh and Masaail - Mu'aasharat and Aadaab

The Behaviour of a Jamaat Ameer

Q. An Ameer of a Jamaat and trustee of a Masjid shows no respect to others. He throws his weight around and expects everyone to bow before him as he has a lot of money. Is he justified in displaying such behaviour because of his status?

A. In fact, Rasoolullah (Sallallahu alaihi wa sallam) said that the Ameer/Leader of a people is their servant. He is expected to serve others with humility and happily.

Akhlaaq (Good moral behaviour) is among the salient and incumbent teachings of Rasoolullah (Sallallahu alaihi wa sallam). The following Hadeeth is salutary to those who harm and abuse others.

Rasoolullah (Sallallahu alaihi wa sallam) once questioned the Sahaabah: “Do you know who is a pauper?”

The Sahaabah (Radhiyallahu anhum) replied: “A pauper among us is he who does not have any money.”

Rasoolullah (Sallallahu alaihi wa sallam) replied: “Verily a pauper in my Ummah is one who will appear on the Day of Qiyaamah bringing along Salaat, Saum and Zakaat; however, together with that he had been abusive to this person, slandered that person and usurped another person’s money. He murdered someone and assaulted another. All those whom he had committed injustice to will be rewarded from his good acts until his good deeds are depleted. Then their wrong deeds will be dumped onto him and he will be dumped into Hellfire.”

(Muslim, Mishkaat -- Baabuth Thulm)

The Life of Hakeemul Ummat (49) PDF Print E-mail
Tasawwuf - Auliya

ii. Hazrat Sufi Shah Sulaimaan Saheb Lajpuri
He was a very august Buzrug. By good coincidence, one day Sufi Saheb was coming from Surat to Rander and Hazrat Moulana Ashraf Ali Thanwi was travelling from Rander to Surat. On the way they encountered each other on a bridge. Sufi Saheb immediately alighted from his transport and met Hazrat Thanwi who was in a vehicle.

This first meeting alone left such an impression on him that when he reached Rander he went to sit in the Masjid and in front of his devotees and disciples he shed tears for quite some time. Finally one of them mustered up some courage and asked: “What happened?” Spontaneously he replied taking the name of Hazrat Thanwi: “I don’t know what he did with his eyes to me.”

iii. Hazrat Moulana Shah Abu Ahmad Saheb Mujaddidi Bhopali
He was a famous Buzrug of his time. During Hazrat Thanwi’s journey to Bhopal Hazrat went to visit him. Coincidentally he was sleeping at the time. Therefore, Hazrat waited outside rather than disturb his sleep. After quite some time when Moulana Shah Bhopali woke up, Hazrat Thanwi sent a message of his presence through some attendants. When Moulana Bhopali learnt that Hazrat Thanwi had come and due to him sleeping he had waited, he became very angry with the attendants for not waking him up. Hazrat spoke on their behalf saying: “I was sitting very relaxed.”

His anger subsided by that and for long he spoke affectionately with Hazrat.

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