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Archive for the ‘bangla’ Category

“Were It Not For You (O’ Muhammad صلي الله عليه و سلم), I Would Not Have Created Creation.”

Posted by Abd Al Mustafa on Friday 29th August, 2008

since creation was created for the benefit of humanity, and since humanity was created to know and worship Allah, and since perfection of this knowledge, worship and servitude was made manifest in the Prophet, peace be upon him, it can rightly be said that he is the ultimate purpose for creation being brought into existence. This, then, is the classical appreciation of the law låka tradition, despite recent protestations to the contrary. O Allah, shower abundant blessings of peace upon our master, Muhammad; the paragon of human perfection, the best of all creation. more…….

another discussion on the topic

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farewell to a sufi shaykh

Posted by Abd Al Mustafa on Wednesday 16th January, 2008

saheb qibla fultholi

Innah Lillahi wa inna ilaihi rajioon………………..Around about 20:00hrs GMT on the 15th January 2008, Saheb Qibla Fultali (Abdul Latif Choudhury) left this world @ his palace in sylhet……may allah forgive him for the division he created amongst ahlus sunnah – bangladesh. May allah give his mureeds the tawfiq to align with maslak-e-ala hazrat, now that there remains no obstacle blocking their path. Inshallah. Ameen Summa Ameen.

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Hajj Mawlid 1428

Posted by Abd Al Mustafa on Monday 14th January, 2008

Alhamdulillah Azzawajal, Allah has brought me safely back to my home. I bring back for my readers this time a video of mawlid @ sayyid alawi’s residence with the company of habib umar and shaykh ahmad ibn muhammad ibn alawi, and the esteemed mufti-e-azam bangladesh shaykh muhammad abdul jalil mza:db.

Due to bad timing i had to miss out on a mawlid gathering during my stay at al-madina al-munawwarah so i have added here a mawlid gathering that took place in sweet madina a few months back. Video courtesy of shaykh ainul huda, NY, USA.

see full video here

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Shah Waliullah (ra)

Posted by Abd Al Mustafa on Friday 30th November, 2007

shah waliullah shrineHadrat Shaykh Qutb al-Din Ahmad ibn ‘Abd al-Rahim Rahmatullahi alayh, popularly known as Shah Wali Allah, lived at a critical juncture of Muslim history. India had enjoyed the peaceful and prosperous rule of the Mughals for more than 200 years, but by the time of Shah Wali Allah Rahmatullahi alayh, mutually hostile principalities had begun to emerge. Many of the newly emerging quasi independent states were the result of the rising influence of the militant Maratha, Sikh and Hindu communities and Muslim power and glory in the sub-continent, as in other parts of the world, were gradually eroded. It was at this time of utter despair and despondency for Muslims that Shah Wali Allah Rahmatullahi alayh was born…….[read on]

*** plz note, the authencity of the photo is not known ***

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Shah Abdul Aziz (ra) – The Sun of India

Posted by Abd Al Mustafa on Friday 30th November, 2007

Shah Abdul Aziz; ‘The Sun of India’ the eldest son of Shah Waliullah was only 17 years old when Shah Waliullah died. After the death of Shah Waliullah, his son, Shah Abdul Aziz gradually became an outstanding figure among the Indian Muslims. Shah Abdul Aziz, having completed his necessary education assumed the responsibility of the principalship of the Madrash Rahimiya (Delhi). Thereafter, Shah Abdul Aziz devoted his life to teaching, to spiritual guidance, to delivering sermons and to writing books. Every Tuesday and Friday, he used to give public sermons on the premises of the Madrasah which was attended by Muslims and non-Muslims both. The Madrasah was a centre of traditional Islamic learning. As was the custom in those days, he started his education at the age of five with the study of Holy Quran. Every biographer of Shah Abdul Aziz seems to have agreed that he finished his education in Tafsir, Hadith, sarf (accidence), Nahw (Syntax), Fiqh, Usul-i-Fiqh (Principles of Jurisprudence), Mantiq (logic), Kalam and Aqaid (theology), Astronomy and Mathematics at the age of about fifteen years. He was taught especially by his father and by two of his father’s disciples, Shah Muhammad Ashiq and Khwajah Aminullah. His father held authority (ijazah) in all four existing mystic orders, the Naqshbandi, the Qadiri, the Suhrawardi and the Chisthti. Shah Abdul Aziz too obtained such Ijazah in all these orders from his father. He was also a poet of high merit and used to write poems and Ghazals……..[continue reading]

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