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Haz. Bandagi Miyan Malik Illhdad, Khalifa GroahRZ PDF Print E-mail
Written by Taher Md Saheb   
Tuesday, 24 August 2010 15:20

Ramzan 13 - Bahr-e-Aam and Ramzan 14 – URS, Hz Bandagi Miyan Malik Illahdad Khalifa Groh RZ

 Concise Biography of Hz Bandagi Miyan Malik Illahdad “Khalifa Groh” RZ:

Hz Bandagi Miyan Malik Illahdad ‘Khalifa Groh’ RZ belonged to the famous tribe of Bariwals, the maternal side of Hz Bandagi Miyan Syed Khundmir RZ. The progenitor of the Bariwals family was Malik Yaqub, who was among the descendants of Hz Abu Bakr Siddiq RZ, the first Caliph of Islam, through Hz Abdur Rahman RZ son of Hz Abu Bakr RZ. Their descendants arrived [in India] and settled in Bari village, near Bayana. Hence, they came to be known as the Bariwals. Here Malik Yaqub Bariwal is the proginator of the Bariwals.

Malik Yaqub Bariwal the proginator of the Bariwals had seven sons:
1- Malik Maudood (he is Maternal Grandfather ‘Nana’ of Hz Bandagi Miyan RZ)
2- Malik Ahmad (father of Hz Malik Barkhurdar RA urf ‘Malik Bakhan RA’, Hz Malik Illahdad “Khalifa Giroh RZ and Hz Malik Hammad RA)
3- Malik Muhammad
4- Malik Nasiruddin (alias Mubariz-ul-Mulk);
5- Malik Yusuf
6- Malik Esa
7- and Malik Waziruddin

Last Updated on Sunday, 05 September 2010 15:12
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Shab-e-Bra'at --The Night Of Seeking Redemption PDF Print E-mail
Written by Haz. Maulana Abulfatah S Nusrat Sahab Qibla Tashreefullahi   
Sunday, 25 July 2010 00:00

 Shab-e-Bra'at  - The Night Of Seeking Redemption

 

Why this name has been given to the 14/15th night of the month of Shaban? The significance is that the Muslim Ummah , from the times of the Prophet, on account of the traditions of the Prophet (May Allah bless him and give him peace), believed that this is the most opportune night when Redemption from sins can be sought from Allah, the Compassionate.

The Arabic word "Bara-atun" means becoming free from a thing. "Bari-a Minal Marz" in Arabic means, he became free from the disease."Bari-a Minal Azfaar" means he removed from himself un-clean things. "Bari-a Min Daunihi" means in-debtor become free from his debt.

 

Last Updated on Tuesday, 09 May 2017 06:45
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Inauguration of "DAIRAH" PDF Print E-mail
Written by Mahdavia News Service   
Saturday, 15 August 2015 13:58

Assalamualaikum,

Jazakallahu Khairan Kaseera to all the well wishers who attended and also to those who sent  us greetings messages on the inauguration of the Mahdavia Dairah of North America - first Dairah outside of the Indian sub-continent.
We will Inshallah, try our best to reply each of the hundreds of messages we have received so far via phone calls,emails and also through social media outlets including fb, twitter, google Whatsapp etc.
Last Updated on Saturday, 16 January 2016 21:52
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Shab-e-Meraj PDF Print E-mail
Written by Haz. Maulana Abulfatah S Nusrat Qibla Tashreefullahi   
Saturday, 18 July 2009 06:14

  Shab-e-Meraj - The Night Of  Ascension  

 

     In the name of Allah the compassionate, the Merciful
    A Brief Description of the Meraj:

Just one year before his exodus from Mecca to Madina, on the 27th night of Rajab, Prophet MuhammadPBUH had a unique experience in the history of all religions. The ProphetPBUH , accompanied by Angel Gabriel was taken for Night Journey-(ISRA) from Mecca to Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem. There he led a congregation of the souls of all the earlier ProphetsPBUT.

Last Updated on Sunday, 23 April 2017 15:46
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Hz. Syedna Umar FarooqRZ PDF Print E-mail
Written by Taher Md. Saheb   
Saturday, 19 December 2009 06:53


Once the Noble PropehtSAS said: "If Prophethood was bestowed after me, it would have been on Umar"

A significant addition to the strength of Islam was the conversion of 'Hz UmarRZ bin Al-Khattab' in Zul-Hijjah, the sixth year of Prophethood, three days following the conversion of Hz HamzahRZ . He was a man of dauntless courage and resolution, feared and respected in and around Makkah, and previously a bitter opponent of Islam. The traditional account reveals that the ProphetSAS once performed dua and said:

"O Allah! Give strength to Islam especially through either of two men you love more 'Umar bin Al-Khattab or Abu Jahl bin Hisham."

Last Updated on Thursday, 15 October 2015 15:23
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