5 Attempts to Steal the Body of Prophet Muhammad(صلى الله عليه وسلم) from Roza Shareef

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You will be Shocked to Know that that about Five attempts  were made by Different Rulers to Dig Prophet’s Mazaar shareef and Steal the Body of Prophet Muhammad(صلى الله عليه وسلم).But Allah and Rassol  صلى الله عليه وسلم foiled all their Plans.

First attempt to steal the body of Prophet Muhammad صلى الله عليه وسلم

In the beginning of fifth century Hijra, the first attempt was made to transfer bodies of Prophet Mohammad (صلى الله عليه وسلم) and his two companions from Madina to Egypt. Order was issued by Egyptian Fatami ruler Ba Amrullah. Abu Al-Fatuh, the governor of Makkah and Madina, was to carry out this plot. Ba Amrullah was the sixth Obeidi ruler. He was very cruel and a criminal. Daruz of Lebanon regarded him a holy person. (May Allah’s curse be upon him).

Ibn Najjar wrote in his book “History of Baghdad”, Ba Amrullah hatched this plot to attract the attention of the world to Egypt and thus allowing the residents of Egypt to gain great respect. The ruler spent a lot of money to build an expensive enclosure for this purpose. He sent Abu Al-Fatuh to Madina to carry out the plan. When Abu Al-Fatuh arrived in Madina, the residents of Madina came to know about his plot. They gathered around him. Qari Zalbani recited the following verses of the Quran there. (At-Taubah # 12-13).

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But if they violate their oaths after their covenant, and attack your religion with disapproval and criticism, then fight the leaders of disbelief – for surely their oaths are nothing to them – so that they may stop. Will you not fight a people who have violated their oaths and intended to expel the messenger while they did attack you first? Do you fear them? Allah has more right that you should fear Him if you are believers.

The residents of Madina got very furious and were about to kill Abu Al-Fatuh and his soldiers. This made Abu Al-Fatuh scared. He said “I shall never carry out this dirty plan even if the ruler kills me.” In the meanwhile, a big storm swept through this area that evening. Many houses, animals and people died of this storm. Abu Al-Fatuh found a good excuse to run away from Madina. Allah (SWT) saved the Prophet (صلى الله عليه وسلم) and his companions from these criminals.

Second attempt to steal the body of prophet صلى الله عليه وسلم

Ruler Ba Amrullah hatched a second plot but failed again. Ibn Saadoon has reported this in his book that Ba Amrullah sent some people to carry out his evil plans. These people started residing in a house near the Prophet’s Mosque and started digging an underground tunnel to reach the Mazaar shareef of the Prophet (صلى الله عليه وسلم). During this a fearful lightning struck the area and the following voice was heard, announcing very loudly, “Your Prophet’s Mazaar shareef is being dug!” The residents of Madina rushed out of their houses and started investigating. They got hold of the culprits and killed them all.

Third attempt

It took place in 557H (1164C). Samhoudi reported that the Christians made this plot very carefully to steal the body of the Prophet (صلى الله عليه وسلم).

There was a very pious ruler of Egypt at that time known as Sultan Nuruddin Zanki. One night after Tahajjud he saw the Prophet (صلى الله عليه وسلم) in his dream. The Prophet (صلى الله عليه وسلم) was pointing out towards two persons of reddish color and saying i.e. save me from these two persons. Nuruddin woke up and was perplexed. He did ablution, performed his salat and went back to sleep. He again saw the same dream. He woke up and again offered his salat and went to sleep. He saw the same dream the third time. He lost his sleep and described his dreams to his advisor, Jamal-ud-Din Al-Musali. The advisor said to him, “Why you are sitting here? You should go to Madina immediately. He added, “Please do not related your dream to any other person”. Nuruddin started his journey towards the Madina the next morning. He took twenty persons with him including the advisor. They carried many expensive gifts with them for charity. They reached Madina in sixteen days. Nuruddin entered the Prophet’s Mosque and offered salat. Then he did salutation to the Prophet (صلى الله عليه وسلم) and his companions. Nuruddin sat down in the mosque wondering what to do next. The advisor announced, “Sultan has brought lots of gifts for charity. These gifts will be distributed among the residents of Madina. Sultan granted a gift to each resident of Madina turn by turn. Sultan looked at each recipient very carefully to match the features with those seen in the dreams. Finally Sultan inquired, “Have all the residents visited me?” The answer from the residents was, “Yes, indeed.” Sultan said, “Are you really sure?” People said, “There are two pious Morrocans who do not accept anything from others. They rather feed the needy very generously. They fast regularly. Offer tahajjud and offer salutation to the Prophet (صلى الله عليه وسلم) day and night. They also visit Quba mosque once a week.” Sultan exclaimed, “Subhanallah”. Sultan then ordered that both of them be brought to him. The Morrocans said, “We are very rich and don’t need charity.” On insistence of the Sultan they were brought to him. Sultan recognized them and asked them, “Where do you come from?” They said, “We are Morrocans. We came here for Hajj and wish to stay here as neighbors of the Prophet (صلى الله عليه وسلم).” The Sultan said, “Why don’t you speak the truth?” At that they kept quiet. Sultan enquired about their residence. Their residence was near the Sacred Chamber. Sultan accompanied them to their residence. He found a lot of expensive goods lying there. Sultan kept roaming around the house alone till he removed an old piece of rug from the floor of the house. He saw a newly dug underground tunnel there leading to the Sacred Chamber. The men got terrified. Sultan said to them, “Now tell me the truth”. They confessed, “We are actually Christians. The King has sent us here as Hajji from Morroco. He gave lot of money to us so that we could remove the body of the Prophet. In order to achieve our goal we started residing in this house nearest to the Sacred Chamber. We dig underground tunnel at night and carry the mud in Morrocan bags to Baqee cemetery and spread the mud around the graves. When we reached near the Sacred Chamber a very fearful lightning struck and an earthquake shook the earth. Now you have arrived and caught us. We confess that we were about to commit the crime.” The Sultan ordered the execution of these criminals. He thanked Allah (SWT) who chose him to discover the plot.

First two plots were made between 386H. and 411H. The third plot took place in 557H. After this third plot, Sultan Nuruddin ordered to dig a deep trench around the Sacred Chamber. He filled this trench with molten lead. In this way nobody will ever be able to reach the Mazaar shareef through underground tunnels.

It will be appropriate to mention here that the Sultan stayed in a house in Madina called Darul-Ziaffa and distributed charity to the residents of Madina from this location. This house existed just outside the door known as Bab Omer. This house was included in the Prophet’s Mosque during the second Saudi extension of the Mosque.

The site where the lead was melted was just outside Bab Salam and was known as Saqeefa-tur-Rasas. When Qamash market caught fire on the 18th Rajab 1397H, this house was also burnt in this fire.

The house where the Christians stayed and dug the tunnel was located outside the present window across the Sacred Chamber in the southernmost wall of the mosque.

Ibn Aseer said, “Sultan Nuruddin Zanki was a very pious and just ruler.”.

Fourth Attempt

Ibn Jubair has given details of this plot. He said, “On 29th Dhul-Qada 578H, I arrived in Alexandria during my excursion tour of Egypt. We left Alexandria on the 8th of Dhul-Hijja. We saw there that a very big crowd of people came out of their homes to see the Roman Christian prisoners. These prisoners were brought to the city on camels with their faces towards the tails of the camels. Bugles were being blown and other music was being played around them. We enquired about these prisoners. We were given a detailed picture of their cruel activities, which was as follows.”

“The Christians of Syria built some boats near Mediterranean sea and transported these boats on the backs of camels to the bank of the sea. There they equipped the boats for war activities. They then set out in the sea with these boats and plundered the caravans of pilgrims for Makkah. When they reached river Naam where they burnt sixteen boats of other people. Then they reached Eizab and captured a caravan of pilgrims coming from Jeddah. Similarly they overpowered a caravan which was traveling from Qaus towards Eizab and killed all the people. Two boats of traders were coming from Yemen with food grain for Makkah and Madina. They burnt the storage of this food grain. They carried out many such evil activities. Their most treacherous plan was to remove the body of the Prophet Mohammad (صلى الله عليه وسلم) from the Sacred Chamber. They announced it boldly and started heading towards Madina. When they were about one day’s journey away from Madina, the famous Hajib Luhluh came with a few Moroccan youths who were expert in sea warfare. They arrested these Christians and killed some of them then and there. They also sent some of these prisoners to other cities to be put to sword. Some prisoners were sent to Makkah and Madina. The prisoners whom we saw were brought to Alexandria. In this way Allah (SWT) saved his Prophet (صلى الله عليه وسلم) from these criminals.”

Fifth Attempt

Tabri, the famous historian, has described it as follows:

“The head of the service personnel of the Prophet’s Mosque was Shamsuddin Sawab Lamti who was very gentle and a kind person. Sawab said that he had a close friend who happened to be known to the ruler of Madina. This friend often kept him informed about the major news. One day this friend said to Sawab, ‘A big event is about to take place. Some people have come from Halb in Syria. They have bribed the ruler of Madina and have demanded from him the bodies of Abu Bakr (RU) and Omar (RU). The ruler has consented to it.’

“Sawab got very worried. Shortly afterwards a messenger of the ruler of Madina came and took Sawab to the ruler. The ruler said to Sawab, “Some people will knock at the door of the Prophet’s Mosque at night. Open the door for them and let them do what they want to do. Don’t interfere in anyway.’ Swab said that he answered the ruler the way the ruler wanted him to answer. He then came back and I was crying bitterly. After salat-ul-Isha the doors of Prophet’s Mosque were closed as usual. Shortly afterwards, somebody knocked at the door known as Bab Salam. The ruler of Madina used to live in a fort in front of Bab Salam. Sawab opened the door. Forty people entered the mosque, he was counting them one by one. They had equipment to demolish buildings and were carrying torches with them. They were heading towards the Sacred Chamber. They had not yet even reached the pulpit when the earth split under their feet and they were buried with their equipment then and there. There was no sign left about their presence on the surface of the earth.”

“The ruler waited for them for a while. Finally he sent for Sawab and asked him, ‘Sawab, did some people not come to you?’ He said, ‘Yes, indeed. They were, however, buried in the earth.’ The ruler said, ‘Think before you speak. How can this happen?’ Sawab invited him to see the spot with his own eyes. The ruler said, ‘Leave the matter as it is. Don’t mention this to anybody. I shall cut your head off if you talked about it.’”

Samhoudi said, “Abu Mohammad Abdullah Margani has also described this plot briefly in the History of Madina. He has, however mentioned that the number of these people was fifteen or twenty and they were swallowed by the earth when they had gone only a few steps towards the Sacred Chamber.”

Note that the enemies of Allah make plans and Allah (SWT) also makes plans. However Allah is the Best planner. Surah Al-Anfal

They were plotting and Allah too was plotting and Allah is the Best plotter ( or planner ).

Indeed Allah (SWT) fulfilled his promise to Prophet Mohammad (صلى الله عليه وسلم) as mentioned in Surah Al-Maida

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And Allah will protect you from the people.(5:67)

 

Jumada Al Awwal Ki Ibadaat o Mamolaat Aur Waqiyaat

 

Maahe Jamaadi-ul-Awwal
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Jamaadi ka ma’ana hai Barf jamna.
Jab is mahine ka naam rakha gaya tab sakht sardi thi aur kuchh mulko me barf pad rahi thi, taalaab wagairah jame hue the. Is liye ise Jamaadi-ul-Awwal kaha jaata hai.

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Maahe Jamaadi ul awwal ka chaand dekhkar Surah al-Ikhlaas padhen :

بِسْمِ اللَّهِ الرَّحْمَٰنِ الرَّحِيمِ
قُلْ هُوَ اللَّهُ أَحَدٌ
اللَّهُ الصَّمَدُ
لَمْ يَلِدْ وَلَمْ يُولَدْ
وَلَمْ يَكُنْ لَهُ كُفُوًا أَحَدٌ

Bismillāhir Rahmānir Raheem.
Qul huwallāhu ahad.
Allāhus samad.
Lam yalid wa lam yoolad.
Wa lam yakunl lahu kufuwwan ahad.

Phir yeh masnoon dua padhen :
اللَّهُمَّ أَهِلَّهُ علَيْنَا بِالأَمْنِ والإِيمَانِ وَالسَّلامَةِ والإِسْلامِ ، رَبّي ورَبُّكَ اللَّه ، هلال رشد وخير

Allāhumma ahillahu alayna bil amni wal eimaani was salaamati wal islaami Rabbee wa Rabbuk-Allāh hilaalu rushdin wa khayrin.

अल्लाहुम्म अहिल्लहु अलयना बिल अम्नि वल ईमानि वस्सलामति वल इस्लामि रब्बी व रब्बुकल्लाह हिलालु रुश्दिन व ख़ैरिन।

Tarjuma :
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Aye ALLĀH is chaand [mahine] ko hum par amn aur eimaan aur salaamati aur islaam ke saath , Tera Rabb aur mera Rabb ALLĀH hai, yeh chaand hidaayat aur khair waala ho.

Translation :
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O Allāh, let this moon appear on us with security and faith with safety and Islaam. (O moon!) Your Rabb and mine is Allāh. May this moon be bringing guidance and good.

(Jaami Tirmizi, Jild -2, Hadeeṡ -1376 /Hasan;
Tabarani, Al-Mujam-ul-Awsat, Hadeeṡ -6241)

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♦ Maahe Jamaadi-ul-Awwal ki ibaadat :
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Maahe Jamaadi-ul-awwal ki pehli raat ko namaaz e maghrib ke baad 8 rak’at nafl namaaz 2-2- karke padhen.
Har rak’ at me Surah al-Faatiha ke baad 11 martaba Surah al-Ikhlaas padhen.
Namaaz ke baad dua karen.
In shaa Allāh ALLĀH ta’ala beshumaar ṡawaab aur fazl ata farmaega.

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♦ Maahe Jamaadi-ul-Awwal ke khaas din :
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1 Jamaadi ul awwal – Yaum e wisaal Hazrat Haaji Abdur Rahmān Shaah Qaadri rahmatullāhi alaihi (Mumbai, Maharashtra);
1 Jamaadi ul awwal – Yaum e wisaal Hazrat Muzaffar Ali Shaah rahmatullāhi alaihi (Bundi, Rajasthan);
1 Jamaadi ul awwal – Yaum e wisaal Hazrat Mufti Mohammad Rizwaan-ur-Rahmān Raza Faarooqi rahmatullāhi alaihi (Malwa, Madhya Pradesh);
1 Jamaadi ul awwal – Yaum e wisaal Hazrat Saifullāh Shaah Sardaari urf Surat Ali Shaah rahmatullāhi alaihi (Latur, Maharashtra);
2 Jamaadi ul awwal – Yaum e wisaal Hazrat Shaikh Ali al-Muttaqi al-Hindi rahmatullāhi alaihi (Makka mukarrama);
2 Jamaadi ul awwal – Yaum e wisaal Hazrat Sayyed Shaah Saifullāh Rifai rahmatullāhi alaihi (Surat, Gujarat);
2 Jamaadi ul awwal – Yaum e wisaal Hazrat Maulana Raza Ali Khan rahmatullāhi alaihi (Bareilly, Uttar Pradesh);
3 Jamaadi ul awwal – Yaum e wisaal Hazrat Shaahe Meeran Sayyed Ali Qaadri al-Jilani rahmatullāhi alaihi (Khambhat, Gujarat);
4 Jamaadi ul awwal – Yaum e wisaal Hazrat Meer Abdus Samad Khudanuma rahmatullāhi alaihi (Ahmedabad, Gujarat);
4 Jamaadi ul awwal – Yaum e wisaal Hazrat Sayyed Shaah Abdul Lateef Qaadri Kaazmi urfe Imaam Bari Sarkaar rahmatullāhi alaihi (Islamabad / Pakistan);
5 Jamaadi ul awwal – Yaum e wisaal Hazrat Zaid ibn Haariṡah radiy-Allāhu ta’ala anhu (Mu’tah / Jordan);
5 Jamaadi ul awwal – Yaum e wisaal Hazrat Ja’afar bin Abu Taalib radiy-Allāhu ta’ala anhu (Mu’tah / Jordan);
5 Jamaadi ul awwal – Yaum e wisaal Hazrat Abdullāh ibn Rawaahah radiy-Allāhu ta’ala anhu (Mu’tah / Jordan);
5 Jamaadi ul awwal – Yaum e wisaal Hazrat Shaikh Maajeed al-Kurdi rahmatullāhi alaihi (Qawsan / Iraq);
5 Jamaadi ul awwal – Yaum e wisaal Hazrat Haafiz Jamaalullāh Chishti Multani rahmatullāhi alaihi (Multan / Pakistan);
6 Jamaadi ul awwal – Yaum e wisaal Hazrat Khwaja Ubaidullāh Chishti Multani rahmatullāhi alaihi (Multan / Pakistan);
6 Jamaadi ul awwal – Yaum e wisaal Hazrat Mujaahid-e-Millat Maulaana Habeeb-ur-Rahmān rahmatullāhi alaihi (Dhamnagar, Odisha);
7 Jamaadi ul awwal – Yaum e wisaal Hazrat Rukn-e-aalam Rukn-ud-deen Abul Fat’h Suharwardi rahmatullāhi alaihi (Multan / Pakistan);
7 Jamaadi ul awwal – Yaum e wisaal Hazrat Wasi Ahmad Mohaddeeṡ Surati rahmatullāhi alaihi (Pilibhit, Uttar Pradesh);
9 Jamaadi ul awwal – Yaum e wisaal Hazrat Sayyed Ahmad urfe Ali Sher Chishti rahmatullāhi alaihi (Ahmedabad, Gujarat);
9 Jamaadi ul awwal – Yaum e wisaal Hazrat Peer Abdur Rahmān Bharchundwi rahmatullāhi alaihi (Bharchundi / Pakistan);
10 Jamaadi ul awwal – Yaum e wisaal Hazrat Shaikh Najm-ud-deen Kubra rahmatullāhi alaihi (Khwarezm / Turkmenistan);
10 Jamaadi ul awwal – Yaum e wisaal Hazrat Shaah Sikandar Qaadri Kaithali rahmatullāhi alaihi (Kaithal, Hariyana);
10 Jamaadi ul awwal – Yaum e wisaal Hazrat Qari Abdul Lateef Sabri Naeemi rahmatullāhi alaihi (Seekri, Uttar Pradesh) ;
12 Jamaadi ul awwal – Yaum e wisaal Hazrat Sayyed Ghulaam Nabi Shaah Kashmiri urfe Samandari Baaba rahmatullāhi alaihi (Srinagar, Kashmir);
12 Jamaadi ul awwal – Yaum e wisaal Hazrat Shaah Ahmad Mukhtaar Siddeeqi Meeruti rahmatullāhi alaihi (Daman);
12 Jamaadi ul awwal – Yaum e wisaal Hazrat Peer Abdul Haleem Shaheed rahmatullāhi alaihi;
12 Jamaadi ul awwal – Yaum e wisaal Hazrat Soofi Dulhe Khan urfe Topi waale baaba rahmatullāhi alaihi (Mumbai, Maharashtra);
13 Jamaadi ul awwal – Yaum e wisaal Hazrat Sayyed Meeran Husaini Qaadri Baghdadi rahmatullāhi alaihi (Hyderabad, Telangana);
13 Jamaadi ul awwal – Yaum e wisaal Hazrat Allama Maulana Muhammad Noor-bakhsh Tawakkali rahmatullāhi alaihi (Faisalabad / Pakistan);
13 Jamaadi ul awwal – Yaum e wisaal Hazrat Yāsin Shaah Qaadri rahmatullāhi alaihi (Jetpur, Gujarat);
15 Jamaadi ul awwal – Yaum e wisaal Hazrat Sham e Burhaani Sayyed Uṡmaan Mash’hadi rahmatullāhi alaihi (Ahmedabad, Gujarat);
15 Jamaadi ul awwal – Yaum e wisaal Hazrat Maulana Abdul Hameed Qaadri Badayuni rahmatullāhi alaihi (Badaun, Uttar Pradesh);
16 Jamaadi ul awwal – Yaum e wisaal Hazrat Shaikh Shuja Kirmani Kashmiri rahmatullāhi alaihi;
16 Jamaadi ul awwal – Yaum e wisaal Hazrat Sayyed Asad-ud-deen Aaftaabe Hind rahmatullāhi alaihi;
16 Jamaadi ul awwal – Yaum e wisaal Hazrat Allama Waariṡ Hasan Korrwi rahmatullāhi alaihi;
17 Jamaadi ul awwal – Yaum e wisaal Hazrat Sayyed Badi-ud-deen Ahmad Zinda Shaah Madaar rahmatullāhi alaihi (Makanpur, Uttar Pradesh)
17 Jamaadi ul awwal – Yaum e wisaal Hazrat Hujjat-ul-Islaam Haamid Raza Khan rahmatullāhi alaihi (Bareilly, Uttar Pradesh);
17 Jamaadi ul awwal – Yaum e wisaal Hazrat Makhdoom Sayyed Sama-ud-deen Suharwardi rahmatullāhi alaihi (Delhi);
18 Jamaadi ul awwal – Yaum e wisaal Hazrat Imaam Jalaal-ud-deen Abdur Rahmān Suyuti rahmatullāhi alaihi (Cairo / Egypt);
18 Jamaadi ul awwal – Yaum e wisaal Hazrat Mufti Shaah Abdur Rahmān Mohibba Rahmatullāhi alaihi (Pokhraira, Bihar);
19 Jamaadi ul awwal – Yaum e wisaal Hazrat Sayyed Jalaal-ud-deen Surkh-posh Bukhari rahmatullāhi alaihi (Uch, Punjab / Pakistan);
19 Jamaadi ul awwal – Yaum e wisaal Hazrat Shaikh Muhammad Saif-ud-deen Sirhindi Naqshbandi rahmatullāhi alaihi (Sirhind, Punjab);
19 Jamaadi ul awwal – Yaum e wisaal Hazrat Sayyed Abdul Qaadir Baadshaah Chishti rahmatullāhi alaihi (Sangli, Maharashtra);
19 Jamaadi ul awwal – Yaum e wisaal Hazrat Shaikh Umar bin Abdullāh al-Khateeb rahmatullāhi alaihi (Singapore);
20 Jamaadi ul awwal – Yaum e wisaal Hazrat Shaikh Zia-ud-deen Abul Najeeb Suharwardi rahmatullāhi alaihi (Baghdad / Iraq);
20 Jamaadi ul awwal – Yaum e wisaal Hazrat Umar al-Attaas rahmatullāhi alaihi (Huraydah / Yemen);
20 Jamaadi ul awwal – Yaum e wisaal Hazrat Peer Sayyed Faiz-ul-Hasan Shaah Naqshbandi rahmatullāhi alaihi (Allo Mahar / Pakistan);
21 Jamaadi ul awwal – Yaum e wisaal Hazrat Khwaja Siraaj-ud-deen Chishti rahmatullāhi alaihi (Patan, Gujarat);
22 Jamaadi ul awwal – Yaum e wisaal Hazrat Sayyed Ahmad Kabeer Rifai rahmatullāhi alaihi (Basra / Iraq);
23 Jamaadi ul awwal – Yaum e wisaal Hazrat Sayyed Abdul Kareem Rifai rahmatullāhi alaihi (Hydearabad, Telangana);
25 Jamaadi ul awwal – Yaum e wisaal Hazrat Peer Sayyed Jahaangeer Shaah rahmatullāhi alaihi (Terre Rouge / Mauritius);
25 Jamaadi ul awwal – Yaum e wisaal Hazrat Peer Muhammad Ilm-ud-deen Saahibzaada Qaadri rahmatullāhi alaihi (Karachi / Pakistan);
26 Jamaadi ul awwal – Yaum e wisaal Hazrat Khwaja Sultaan Ibrāheem bin Ad’ham rahmatullāhi alaihi (Jableh / Syria);
26 Jamaadi ul awwal – Yaum e wisaal Hazrat Peer Sayyed Mohammad Shaah Qaadri rahmatullāhi alaihi (Ahmedabad, Gujarat);
26 Jamaadi ul awwal – Yaum e wisaal Hazrat Sayyed Shaah Zahoor Hasan Marehrawi rahmatullāhi alaihi (Dhari, Gujarat);
27 Jamaadi ul awwal – Yaum e wisaal Hazrat Sayyed Abdus Salaam Qaadri al-Jilani rahmatullāhi alaihi (Damascus / Syria);
27 Jamaadi ul awwal – Yaum e wisaal Hazrat Sayyed Sharf-ud-deen al-Daghestani rahmatullāhi alaihi (Rashadiya, Gunekoy / TR);
27 Jamaadi ul awwal – Yaum e wisaal Hazrat Maulana Ghulaam Rabbaani Fa’iq rahmatullāhi alaihi;
27 Jamaadi ul awwal – Yaum e wisaal Hazrat Muhammad Saeed al-Kurdi rahmatullāhi alaihi (Irbid / Jordan);
28 Jamaadi ul awwal – Yaum e wisaal Hazrat Khwaja Ghulaam Muhammad Miskeen Shaah Chishti rahmatullāhi alaihi (Jaipur, Rajasthan);
28 Jamaadi ul awwal – Yaum e wisaal Aalahazrat Sha Inam ur Rehman Sahab Quddusi rahmatullāhi alaihi (Saharanpur, Uttar Pradesh);
29 Jamaadi ul awwal – Yaum e wisaal Hazrat Khaalid bin Waleed radiy-Allāhu ta’ala anhu (Homs / Syria);
29 Jamaadi ul awwal – Yaum e wisaal Hazrat Khwaja Shaah Allāh-Bakhsh Chishti Taunsawi rahmatullāhi alaihi;
29 Jamaadi ul awwal – Yaum e wisaal Hazrat Muhammad Anwarullāh Faarooqi rahmatullāhi alaihi;
29 Jamaadi ul awwal – Yaum e wisaal Hazrat Sadr-ul-Ulama Sayyed Ghulaam Jeelaani Meeruti rahmatullāhi alaihi;
30 Jamaadi ul awwal – Yaum e wisaal Hazrat Khwaja Fareed-ud-deen Attaar rahmatullāahi alaihi (Nishapur / Iran);
30 Jamaadi ul awwal – Yaum e wisaal Hazrat Maulana Noor Ahmad Badayuni rahmatullāhi alaihi (Badaun, Uttar Pradesh).

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ALLĀH ta’ala is Maah e mubarak me us ke Habeeb sallallāhu alaihi wa sallam ke sadqe me aur tamaam Auliya Allāh ke waseele se
Sab ko mukammal ishq e Rasool ata farmae aur Sab ko hidaayat ata farmae aur Sab ke Eimaan ki hifaazat farmae aur Sahi tareeqe se zyada ibaadat karne ki taufiq ata farmae aur Hamare nek amal qubool farmae aur In buzurgaan e deen ko isaal e sawaab karne ki taufiq ata farmae aur Islaam ka bolbala ata farmae.
Aur Sab ko dunya wa aakhirat me kaamyabi aur izzat ata farmae aur Sab ki nek jaa’iz muraado ko puri farmae aur Sab ko Ilm me, Amal me aur Rizq me barkat ata farmae.
Aameen.