of the All-Merciful
In the final verses of Surat al-Furqan,
Allah describes the special characteristics of those elite human beings whom He
has raised to a high status both in this world and in the Hereafter. They are
the Slaves of the All-Merciful. They have struggled with their selves and
increased their devotion until they have become beloved to Allah and He has
purified their hearts. This book highlights the special qualities of these
people and how we too can achieve them.
al-A'zam by Mullah Ali al Qari (The Great Prayer Book of Islam )
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Al-Hizb al-A'zam (or The Supreme Daily Dhikr), is a litany by the great scholar Mulla 'Ali al-Qari, in which he gathered hundreds of comprehensive supplications from the ahadith, and divided them into seven parts, one to be read each day of the week-a . This edition is complete with English translation and the invocations are referenced.
The Persian Arabic (or
the common Indo/Pak) Script is used so as to make it easier to read for
non Arabic Speakers
'Ali ibn Sultan
Muhammad al-Qari (d.1014/1605), popularly known as Mulla 'Ali al-Qari and
belonged to the Hanafi School of thought, He was born in Herat,
Iran, where he received his basic Islamic education. Thereafter, he travelled to
Makkah al-Mukarramah and studied under the celebrated scholar Shaykh Ahmad
ibn Hajar Haythami Makki. Mulla 'Ali al-Qari eventually decided to remain in
Makkah al-Mukarramah where he taught, died and was laid to rest.
This book of prophetic invocations, al-Hizb al-a`zam (The supreme daily dhikr) forms the basis of Imam al-Jazuli's celebrated manual of dhikr, Dala'il al-khayrat, which along with the Qur'an is recited daily by many pious Muslims around the world.
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Taken from the Kitab al-Jami’ by
Imam al-Qayrawani, this book provides valuable insights into the life and
practices of the early Muslim community who followed closely the example of the
Prophet Muhammad (SAAS) and his companions (RA). It reveals the noble qualities
of character as exemplified by the men and women of Madinah, who held on to
these qualities regardless of their circumstances. Knowledge of the tradition
which stems from the “best community brought out to mankind” puts us in a
position to recreate such a community.
The Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) used to teach his companions to
perform a specific prayer, called "Istikhara," whenever they had to
make an important decision. He recommended offering two units of the normal
Islamic prayer, and after finishing, saying in part: "O God! If you know
that this matter is good for me in my faith, my livelihood and for my life in
the Hereafter, then make it (easy) for me. And if you know that this matter is
not good for me in my faith, my livelihood and my life in the Hereafter, then
keep it away from me and take me away from it, and choose what is good for me
wherever it is and make me be pleased with it."
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