tvnovellas.info: Dalail-ul-Khairat: Guide of good deeds (): Abu Abdullah Muhammad, Aljazuli Alsimlali, Sayid Ashraf Shah: Books. No part of this book may be used or reproduced in any manner whatsoever without written permission of the editor/publisher. Quantity: Year: January . Dalail ul Hayrat This application is based upon the Dalail el Hayrat book from Semerkand Publications. Making dua for Rasulullah (s.a.w), his family and.
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The Most Famous Book of Blessings Upon the Beloved Prophet Muhammad ( Peace Be Upon Him. Recited in every corner of the world by the. Dalail-ul-khairat: Guide of Good Deeds Paperback – 7 Jun Dala'il Al-Khayrat. Abu Abdullah Muhammad son of Sulaiman son of Abu Bakr Al-Jazuli Al-Simlali was a descendant of Prophet Muhammad (PBH). 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.
Condition: Very Good. Illustrated Edition. Dalail al-khayrat Guide to goodness. North Africa, or Levant, dated 13th day of the month dhu al-hijrat, , and written by Raji al- afwa al-rahmani Ahmad Hassan al-Shanwani. With 2 decorative headings, double-page water-colour lightly lacquered symbolizing the cities of Mecca and Medina, in particular showing the mosque lamps and minbar pulpit. Contemporary maroon morocco blindstamped with small rosettes and flap.
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.
Each part takes about 10 to 20 minutes to recite and with consistent recitation, the book can be completed in a week, and the following week you may start all over again. Many a saalik traveller on the spiritual path has made Dalaail u'l Khayraat his daily wird regular voluntary invocation.
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My chakras felt activated. I stayed here and recited the whole of his dalail e khairat, which was very moving, tears were flowing from my eyes, which was intense, I felt like I had met a long lost friend, the main reason I visited Morocco is because of this saint, I once had a dream where a person showed me this book dalail e khairat, I woke up, went to work, googled the book, and found out what it was, and who the author was, after a couple of weeks I picked up the book, and started reading it daily without a fail, I had many dreams after that showing me parts of this book.
Whilst reading it, I would feel a tingling sensation in my forehead chakra, my heart chakra, and my crown chakra, I would see flashes of light, and would feel at peace.
I got to visit the other saints of Marrakech because I got to know of this saint. He lived for 40 years in a grotta under a hill in Gueliz , without ever entering the city. He spent his life caring for and protecting the weak and the blind, he was very chartable.
It is a beautiful building, with many people outside his tomb, I prayed here, and gave my salutations. This saint spent a lot of time purifying his soul in seclusion, after he had completed his time in seclusion, he stepped outside, and his glance fell on approximately people, his heart had become so pure that his one glance gave these people a saintly status.
The third day I visited the tomb of: 5 Sidi Youssef Ben Ali : he was Leprosy stricken, he remained immensely faithful to God until his death. Buried near Bab Ghmat, this place was undergoing work when I visited, so could not enter right next to the grave, the grave area looked like it has been dug out, however I was close enough to pray, and pay my respects.