Syedi Mukasir Saheb narrated 5 fasl bayaan of wal-Asr Surat and explained, "In science we make conclusions about what we cannot see from what we can see - like gravity. In our religion, our leaders give proofs as they do in science." Syedi Mukasir Saheb presented irrefutable arguments about religion and the Truth...click here to watch the clip.
A thousand years ago, every Thursday, Syedna al-Mu’ayyad al-Shirazi RA answered the questions of his time in the Majalis al Hikma (Wisdom Seminars). Syedna Taher Fakhruddin TUS will answer the questions of today, in today’s language in a weekly video series entitled 'Majalis al-Hikma', to be published English, Dawat ni Zaban, and Arabic, and will be available as an audio podcast.
Syedi Mazoon Saheb AAB does a short Daily Zikr each day in Shehrullah-il-Mu'azzam explaining the philosophy of this life and the next, a mumin's outlook on life, anecdotes from the history of our Mawali Kiraam, and gives practical advice from the teachings of our Mawali Kiraam to benefit our souls & bodies, our lives & our Hereafter.
Syedna Taher Saifuddin RA was born on 27 Zil Qa’da 1305H. When his father the 49th Dai Syedna Burhanuddin RA took him to the hazrat of Syedna Husamuddin for the first time, Syedna Husamuddin gave him the name ‘Taher’ and gifted him a sword, foreseeing that this child would become the great Dai Saifuddin, who would protect this Dawat and fight its enemies...click here to read further.
This article is an excerpt from the MA Thesis written by Syedi Mazoon Saheb AAB on the “Meaning of Love in the Poetry of Syedna Abdeali Saifuddin”. The excerpt presents a brief biographical sketch of the life of Syedna Abdeali Saifuddin and an introduction to his Diwaan (collection of Qasidas).
During the course of his 53 years as Dai, the impact Syedna Taher Saifuddin RA had on our community is immeasurable. His contribution in the sphere of ‘ilm was unparalleled; he authored over 40 risalats, over ten-thousand verses of poetry in the Arabic language, thousands of sabaqs, sermons (waaz) and bayaans...click here to read further.
Syedna Khuzaima Qutbuddin RA was a beacon of light. It is befitting that Syedna Qutbuddin’s roza, as Syedna Fakhruddin TUS said, “shines for the people of the sky as the stars shine for those on earth.” To contribute, please click here. Mumineen participate in the khidmat of niyaaz and also contribute regularly to join in the sawaab of Mazaar-e-Qutbi Niyaaz. If you would like to participate, click here.
Bihamdillah Imamat namaz and majalis are conducted all over the world by the raza mubarak of Syedna Taher Fakhruddin TUS. To find out more about majalis and events near you, and to connect with your local mas'ul and other mumineen click here.
Recognising the unique challenges of the time where Mumineen cannot always travel to be with Syedna Fakhruddin TUS personally, bethak via videoconferencing will be arranged on a weekly basis for Mumineen who wish to have an audience with Syedna TUS. For further details, click here.
The Sijill article in the 61st issue refers to the belief of Ikhwanus Safa that the soul (nafs) survives after it leaves the body (jism). The body is a vessel through which the soul prepares for its salvation. In demonstrating that this belief is held by many noble people, and that this belief is the source of selfless kindness and sincere friendship, the Rasail of Ikhwanus Safa present the story of the vizier of King Khaishuwan. The vizier sacrifices himself to save the king and the people of the kingdom because of his belief that his body is a transient vessel, and because of his willingness to sacrifice himself for others.
Introducing this Hikaayat, the Ikhwan start by stating:
“Know my brother, that he who does not believe that he will be rewarded for his friendship and kindness to you after he leaves his body, he is surely not a true friend and not a sincere advisor. Do not be lured by one who helps you only for material gain – to protect his body or to provide benefit for it; those who seek an advantage in which there is a fear of one suffering and the other being saved, each one hopes that he will gain that advantage, so that he is the fortunate one and the other is aggrieved. That is certainly not the belief of the Brethren in helping one another; quite the contrary. The Brethren’s goodness and nobility of character is manifest in what is narrated about the vizier of king Khaishuwan.”
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