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Majlis 46: "What is the Distinction of the Eve of 15th Shabaan?" - Syedna Taher Fakhruddin TUS
Rasulullah SA has said that abundant reward is reserved for those who worship Allah Ta’ala on the eve of 15th Shabaan. According to the guidance of our Awliya’ Kiraam, we pray 14 rak’at-s on this night. In each rak’at, we recite specific Quran Surahs 14 times. The reward of this prayer is equivalent to 20 pilgrimages of Hajj. What is the meaning of this prayer?
Panjetan Paak Weekly Sabaq Seminar Series | Next Seminar: 25th Feb 2024
Next webinar Sunday 25th Feb 2024 - Zumurradatu Da'watil Haqq Shehzadi Dr. Bazat-Saifiyah Baisaheba will lead this series of special seminars on Zoom in which she will give a broader historical context to the many riwayats and zikrs that are often referenced in waaz and bayaan. View this page to register for the sabaq webinars here.
17mi Shabaan - Anniversary of Syedna Qutbuddin RA's Appointment as Syedna Burhanuddin RA's Mansoos
On this mubarak day, we are pleased to present audio excerpts from Syedna Burhanuddin RA's first misaq majlis, held at Saifee Masjid on 17mi Shabaan 1385H. In the first excerpt, Syedna Burhanuddin app...
15th Shabaan - Significance, Prayer, Thumm Washeq
In the month of Shabaan, the month of Rasulullah SA, the eve of the 15th of Shabaan (lailatun-nisf) the night in which Rasulullah was divinely instructed to face the Ka’ba, Masjid-e-Haraam, when praying namaaz. (Earlier, namaaz was prayed facing Masjid-e-Aqsa)
For Women in Our Community “There is No Glass Ceiling”
Maulatuna Hurratul Malika’s example shines forth like a beacon. She achieved the highest ranks in Deen and Dunya. She set the benchmark, especially for Muminaat, for centuries to come.
Misaaq (or ‘ahd) means covenant or promise; a promise that establishes a commitment between God and each Mumin. Bay’at or safaqat (literally hand-in-hand) is the final pledge and commitment by a Mumin to the Misaaq. If you would like to give misaaq, find out more details here.