Eid-e-Ghadeer-e-Khum

عيد غدير خم

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13 August 2018

Eid-e-Ghadir Khumm is the day in which Rasulullah SA delivered the final message, the final farizat– the walaayat of his wasiyy, Maulana Ali SA. We are blessed and fortunate that over 1400 years later we are among those who have fulfilled the oath of Ghadeer. The Nass that was proclaimed by Rasulullah on Amirul Mumineen continued in the line of Imams in the progeny of Muhammad and Ali. And during Imam’s satar, that same Nass continues in the Du’aat by Imam Aamir’s appoint of the 1st Da’i – Syedna Zu’ayb at the hands of Maulatuna Hurratul Malika and each Dai’s appointment of his successor through the ilhaam of Imam-uz-zaman. (Read more in the articles listed below.)

  • Mumineen should do roza on the Day of Ghadeer-e-Khumm. The roza is waajib and can be done even if one is travelling - if this roza is missed it should be made up at a later date.
  • At the time of zawaal (before praying Zohor namaaz) Mumineen should pray two rak’at shukran lillah followed by doa. (Click here for PDF)
  • After praying the doa, Mumineen should listen to wasila mubaraka of Syedna Taher Fakhruddin from 1438H.
  • Mumineen should pray Syedna Taher Saifuddin RA Qasida  “al-Yawma Eid-u-Ghadeer-e Khummi," it is published with English translation and audio recording.
  • Mumineen should watch the recording of Shehzada Dr Abdeali Bhaisaheb's Waaz from 1438H
  • Those who are unable to do the aforementioned amal on Ghadeer day, due to illness or Muminaat not praying namaaz, should do the amal – both roza and namaaz – on another day (waalwu).

Read Sijill Article (35) which explains some aspects of Syedna al-Mu’ayyad al-Shirazi Majlis delivered on the day of Eid e Ghadeer-e-Khum.

Read this Sijill Article (86) which narrates from waaz on Ghadeer-e-Khum, when Syedna Khuzaima Qutbuddin RA explained that Rasulullah declared Nass in Ghadeer-e-Khum in such a manner and with such wisdom that he established and instituted the succession of the Imams till the Day of Judgment. 

Read this article which offers a brief historical setting of Fatimid Cairo and describes the nature and significance of processions and banquets in Eid-e-Ghadir-Khum.