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Maula Ali ki wilayat me kya farq hai..?

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Hazrat Khwaja Moinuddeen Chishty Hasan Sanjari رحمةالله علیہ se kisi ne puchha ke aap bhi Allah ke wali hain aur Maula Ali Alaihissalam bhi Allah ke wali hain aapki aur Maula Ali ki wilayat me kya farq hai..?
Hazrat Khwaja Moinuddin Chishty ne sawal karne wale se puchha tum kya karte ho…!
Woh bola “mai zameendar hun kaafi raqbe ka maalik bhi hun usi sawal karne wale ke sath dusra aadmi bhi tha us se puchha tum kya karte ho…!
Us ne kaha usi zameendar ki zameen par mazarah (Kisaan) hun hal chalata hun.

Khawaja Moinuddin chisti ne kaha jo farq zameendar aur mazarah (Kisaan) ke mansab me hai wohi farq mere aur Maula Ali Ki wilayat me hai Maula Ali wilayat e zameen ke maalik hain aur hum un ke mazarah (Kisaan) hamara kaam zameen e wilayat me hal chalana hai wilayat ki fasal ke maalik Maula Ali hai
jisko chahe khairat ata kar de isi liye sab Aoliya kahte hain ke hamein wilayat Maula Ali ki bargaah se mili aur isi liye Maula Ali ko Saiyed ul Aoliya kaha jata hai….Tamma Waliyo ke Sardar Maula Ali A.S Ibne Abu Talib A.S
( تذ كره محبوب صفہ..221 )

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Shab-e-Barat 1438 Hijri

Shab-e-barat-mubarak

Shab-e-Barat is on 15th Shaban 1438H (Night).

This is the Evening /Night off:  Thursday  11th May 2017 

(Depending on Lunar date of your country).

Humans worship Allah Almighty and He rewards the efforts of the worshippers. But there are some special occasions when one’s heart gets softened and one naturally feels more inclined to His obedience. The softness of hearts deepens as well. On such occasions, the very environment seems emitting spiritual enjoyment. Shab-e-Barat is one such occasion.

Literally, Shab-e-Barat means the night of salvation or the night of freedom from the Fire of Hell. It occurs in Mid-Shaban – between the 14th and 15th day of Shaban. This night, known as Shab-e-Barat or Laylat-ul-Baraa, is called Laylatun Nisf min Shaban in Arabic. The blessed night starts at sunset on the 14th and ends at dawn on the 15th.

The Muslims observe Mid-Shaban as a night of worship and salvation. Some spend the whole night awake and some worship half of it. We should not be negligent on this occasion, because people are shown grace on this auspicious night. During this night, traditions of the Messenger tell us, Allah determines the destiny of all people, including whether a person is to live or die in the coming year.

For the proof of the merit of Shab-e-Barat, the following verses of the Holy Qur’an are cited:

“Surely, We have sent it (the Holy Qur’an) down in a blessed night. Surely, We are the Warner. In this (night) judgment is given on all matters of wisdom (separately) by Our Command.” (Sura ad-Dukhan, 44:3-5)

Imam Qurtubi and Imam Jalal-ud-Din Suyuti hold that the verses refer to Laylatun Nisf min Shaban or Shab-e-Barat.

The whole of the month of Shaban is meritorious. Its excellent merit is evident from a tradition narrated by Aisha, the mother of the faithful: “The Prophet did not fast in any month more than Shaban.” (Sahih Bukhari)

Though fasts were not obligatory on him, the Prophet, yet he observed them most of the month.

The special merit is attached to Shab-e-Barat. Aisha, the mother of the faithful, also reported: “The Prophet said: ‘On the middle night of Shaban (that is, Shab-e-Barat), Allah most high descends to the lowest heaven and remits more sins than the hair of the goats of Banu Kalb.’” (Jami Tirmidhi)

A third tradition of Hazrat Aisha, the truthful, states that the Holy Prophet asked: “Do you know what happens this night?” meaning the middle night of Shaban (that is, Shab-e-Barat). She submitted: “O Allah’s Messenger, what happens in it?” He replied: “In it record is made of every human being who will be born, and of every human being who will pass away this year. In it their deeds are taken up to heaven and in it their provisions are sent down.” (Baihaqi)

The pious predecessors of the Muslim nation have always observed this night as a night of special blessings and have spent it in divine service. According to Imam Nawawi, there are five sacred nights when supplication is answered, one of them being the night of the 15th of Shaban.

Apart from worshipping on this night, fasting the following day is also recommended. It is reported from Hazrat Ali that the Holy Prophet said: “When the middle night of Shaban arrives, spend it in worship and fast during the day. On this night, at sunset, Allah descends to the nearest heaven and announces: ‘Is there no one asking forgiveness that I may forgive him? Is there no one asking provision that I may grant him provision? Is there no one afflicted that I may relieve them? Is there not such and such?’ (He keeps announcing) till the dawn comes.”

Naat/Qwwali from Tamil Nadu (2 Videos)

 

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https://youtu.be/yEPR8SjyJhw

The Nagore Boys – Abdul Ghani, Ajah Maideen and Saburmaideen Babha Sabeer – are Sufi devotional singers, from the Nagore dargah in the South Indian state of Tamil Nadu. Their devotional songs are accompanied by trance like, pulsating percussion, and the troupe normally perform at various religious and social events at the shrine, using music as a medium to reach states of religious, and spiritual ecstasy. Karunya Kadaasarae Haja is a devotional song, dedicated to the saint Hazrath Khwaja Garib Nawaz.

2)

https://youtu.be/IRbe-UqeEzU
At a dargah (Islamic shrine) situated in the south-east part of India, the singers sing devotional songs in the Qawwali style, with percussion accompaniment. The lyrics are a mix of the local south Indian language, Tamil and Arabic, while the music style is that of northwestern India.

This is from EarthSync’s album Nagore Sessions: a unique musical collaboration featuring Sufi, Indian, Middle Eastern and Western elements.