URDU BAZAR LAHORE. PARISTAN To understand and recite Dalail-ul- Khairat on daily basis Appendix-VI-Popularity of Dalail-ul-Khairat in Central Asia. Imam e Ahle Bidat Yazeed Laeen,Ibn Tayymia,Ibn Abd al wahab najdi, Ismaeel Dehlvi, Nazeer hussian dehlvi Qasim nanotvi, Rasheed. Dalail ul-khayrat-with-urdu translation- 1. 1. Asma ul Husna:(SWT) / Asma ul Nabi:(PBUH) / *Asma ul Husna,Asma ul Nabi on.
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It is popular in parts of the Islamic world amongst traditional Muslims – specifically North Africathe LevantTurkeythe Caucasus and the South Asia and is divided into sections for daily recitation.
Muslims avidly recited it, alone and in groups, in homes and mosques, utterly spending themselves in the Blessings on the Most Beloved and praising him”. It is also the most popular and most universally acclaimed collection of litanies asking God to bless him.
Among some Sunni religious orders, most notably the Shadhili-Jazuli order, its recitation is a daily practice.
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In others however, its recitation is a purely voluntary daily khatrat. The work begins with the ninety nine names of Godand then the a collection of over one hundred names of Muhammad.
In the midst of his search al-Jazuli encountered a young girl who was aware of al-Jazuli’s famed religiosity and was bewildered on why al-Jazuli could not find pure water. The girl then spat into a well which miraculously overflowed with pure sweet water for al-Jazuli to perform ablutions.
Consequent to performing prayer, al-Jazuli inquired to the means by which the girl achieved such a high spiritual station. The girl dalali it was simply by “Making constant prayer for God to bless the best of creation by the number of breaths and heartbeats.
The Dala’il Khayrat has since been seen as a testament of love and passionate longing for Muhammad. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Retrieved from ” https: Sufi literature Islamic prayer 15th century in Morocco Marinid dynasty.
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