Dala'il Al-Khayrat by Imam Muhammad ibn Sulayman al-Jazuli, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Dala'il al-Khayrat (دلائل الخیرات) or Dalaail u'l Khayraat Wa Shawaariq u'l Anwaar Fee Zikri's The Dala'il al-Khayrat is the first major book in Islamic history which compiled litanies of Read/Download Dalail ul Khairat Shareef ( Urdu); Mp3 audio recitation plus transliteration and English translation of Dala'il-e Hayrat. Dalail ul Khayrat Arabic text with Urdu Translation Dalaail u'l Khayraat (Proofs of Good Deeds) is a book of salawaat (blessings) on our beloved Holy Prophet.
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Dala'il Al-Khayrat (Original Arabic, Transliteration and Translation to English) (English and Arabic by Imam Muhammad Ibn Sulayman Al-Jazuli Paperback $ Dala'il Al-Khayrat (Original Arabic, Transliteration and Translation to English). After this, he returned to Fez where he. The Most Famous Book of Blessings Upon the Beloved Prophet Muhammad ( Peace Be Upon Him. Recited in every corner of the world by the. We are honoured to present this new edition of the Dalail al-Khayrat written in the The book is divided into chapters to be read daily and it continues to be.
Manuscript on laid paper, vocalized Arabic text in brown ink in maghrebi hand, catchwords, occasional words in red or blue ink, 8 lines per page, double rule borders in red, wiith polychrome gilt opening verses, opposite page bordered in gilt floral pattern, and two full-page polychrome gilt designs one titled Mihrab as-Salat , Names of the Prophet within gilt frames on 11 pages, numerous gilt polychrome sectional headings. The well-known handbook of rituals and prayers associated with the Muslim pilgrimage to Mecca and Medina. This devotional work by Al-Jazuli d. With and additional selection of prayers on 19 leaves. An attractive specimen of Maghrebi calligraphy, used throughout North Africa from Morocco to Tunisia and along the trans-Saharan trade lines.
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It is the most universally acclaimed and the most popular among books of salawaat on the beloved Prophet Sallallahu 'alaihi wa Sallam. Just as al-Muwatta of Imam Malik Rahmatullahi 'alaih is the first major book of Hadith Shareef to be compiled, Dalaail-ul-Khayraat is the first major book of salawaat.
In it, Imam al-Jazuli Rahmatullahi 'alaih presents to us as a gift, the salawaat which had been taught, written and handed down from generation to generation ever since the time of the blessed Prophet Sallallahu 'alaihi wa Sallam upto his own time. It is a precious and selected compilation of salawaat that he was able to obtain in his research.
It is a selected compilation because a total compilation would have taken many volumes. We can understand this better when we recite the voluminous salawaat of just one Imam, the great grandson of the blessed Prophet himself, namely, Imam Zaynul 'Abideen 'Ali ibn Husain ibn 'Ali Rady Allahu 'Anhu A.
The style of presentation of Imam al-Jazuli is all his own, musk-scented with the love of Rasulullah Sallallahu 'alaihi wa Sallam. The writing flows smooth and fast with an exhilarating pace.
This kitab has caught the imagination of Muslims to such an extent that many 'ulama learned scholars have written whole books of explanation Arabic: Isn't that remarkable! Dalaail u'l Khayraat is presented in eight parts.
You are expected to commence recitation on Monday with the Introduction and Part One. Each part is to be recited one day of the week for ease of completion except that on Monday you complete the recitation of Part Eight as well.
Amghar traced his spiritual lineage through only six masters to the great founder of their order Abul Hasan al-Shadhili and thence back to the Prophet Allah bless him and give him peace.
After initiating Jazuli into the way, he placed him in a khalwa or solitary retreat, where he remained invoking Allah for some fourteen years, and emerged tremendously changed. After a sojourn in the east and performing hajj, Jazuli himself was given permission to guide disciples as a sheikh Imam Ahmad al-Sawi relates that one day Jazuli went to perform his ablutions for the prescribed prayer from a nearby well but could not find any means to draw the water up.
He taught followers the Blessings upon the Prophet Allah bless him and give him peace , extinction of self in the love of Allah and His messenger, visiting the awliya or saints, disclaiming any strength or power, and total reliance upon Allah.
Scarcely a well-to-do home was without one, princes exchanged magnificently embellished copies of it, commoners treasured it. Perhaps no author can resist a few changes in his work when read aloud to him, and differences between the earliest sources are probably due to this.
The Sahliyya however enjoys the greatest celebrity of those copies actually checked with the author, and our edition follows it almost without exception.
Two sections are read on the last day of the week.
From beginning to end, we placed the ornaments traditionally used to mark pauses in the recital, based on the rhythm, rhyme, length, and meaning of the phrases. The Calligraphy We searched in Syria, Jordan, Iraq, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, and Morocco for a calligrapher whose Arabic script could best reflect the beauty, light, and wilaya of the work, while being easy to read.
He produced the large-scale pages of the work — fifty-two by thirty-four centimeters each — in just three months.
They came to Jordan twice, on their first visit providing samples and discussing color and style, and on their second bringing their tools, colors, and gold for the main work, which they completed in approximately fifty days.