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[color=#BF8000]Story concerning Hadhrat Khwajah Qutbuddin Bakhtiyar Kaki (RA)[/color][/center]

Hadhrat Khwajah Qutbuddin Bakhtiyar Kaki (RA), who was the khalifah of Hadhrat Khwajah Mu’inuddin Chisti (RA), had just passed away. He had made a bequest that his Janazah namaz should be performed by that person who had the following qualifications:

“My Janazah namaz should be read by that person who ....
posted by ummi taalib on 8th January 2015 - 0 comments

Some people have a habit of criticising everyone and everything. It is a habit which eventually leads to criticising the Pious, the Ulama, the Sahabah, the Prophets and finally even Allah ‘azzawajal (Na’oothubillaah). Following is an anecdote regarding such a person.

A traveller, feeling tired decided to rest under a big tree which bore a small berry type fruit called “Bor” in the Indian language. His eyes fell on a nearby vine-like plant on the ground bearing huge water....
posted by ummi taalib on 3rd March 2013 - 0 comments

Our Muslim names, Islamic dress and our prayers are like the sign board found outside a shop, which informs us that inside this shop, sweets, chocolates, biscuits, cakes, fruit, etc. are stocked and sold. The person reading the signboard thus expects to find what has been advertised outside, inside that shop. What would be the reaction of the person if he or she finds cow dung, horse manure and cat’s droppings insi....
posted by ummi taalib on 1st November 2012 - 0 comments
True story told by Shaykh “Abdul Mohsen al Ahmad”, it happened in... Abha (the capital of Asir province in Saudi Arabia)

“After performing Salãt Al Maghrib, she put her make-up, wore her beautiful white dress preparing herself for her wedding party, Then she heard the Azan of ‘Ishã and she realized that she broke her Wudhu she told her mother: “Mother, I have to go to make wudhu and pray ‘Ishã”

Her mot....
posted by ummi taalib on 13th September 2012 - 0 comments
During the final moments of his life while on his death-bed he requested for wudhu. He was assisted to make wudhu. When the people forgot to make khilaal of his fingers, he reprimanded them. Khilaal was then made.

He went into Sajdah and wept profusely, they asked: "Why do you weep so much inspite of having worshipped so much?" Hadhrat Junaid said: "I never was so much in need as the present moment."

He then began tilaawat of the Qur'aan Shareef and said: "At this....
posted by ummi taalib on 31st March 2012 - 0 comments