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  Akhbaar: Safar-e-Maymoon
 
 
 
 
 
 
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The ‘Alavi Mumineen of Mumbai Jamaa’at witnessed the Roohaaniyat, Nooraaniyat and Taiyebiyat of Da’wat ul-Haqq when Aaqa Maulaa Haatim ul-Khayraat, Rabee’ ul-Barakaat Saiyedna Abu Sa’eed il-Khayr Haatim Zakiyuddin saheb (tus) took their bay’at of Imaam uz-Zamaan (as)-oath of allegiance and renewed their Imaan  by elating and inspiriting them with Rooh, Noor and Taiyebi ‘Ilm.  This was the first time after the Takht-Nasheeni that Aaqa Maulaa did safar-e-maymoon of Mumbai for 6 days starting from 23rd Shawwaal 1436-8/8/2015.

As per the Farmaan, mumineen from Mumbai and Pune converged on 9:00 am at Badri Masjid, Worli adorned with Libaas-e-Anwar, they all along with muminaat and children gave grand welcome with warmth of ‘Aqeedat-mandi and Walaayat to their 45th Da’i ul Mutlaq Aaqa Maulaa Saiyedna saheb (tus).  After the Iftitaah of Badri Masjid on the dast-e-mubaarak of Muqaddas Maulaa Saiyedna Taiyeb Ziyauddin saheb (aq) on 10th Sha’baan 1435 AH, it was the first gathering of mumineen-muminaat at this large scale which was marked with the nidaa of “Haqq ni Da’wat Zindaabaad”, “Faatemi Da’wat Zindaabaad” echoed with the mubaarak-baadi of Takht-nasheeni of Saiyedna saheb (tus).

Saiyedna saheb (tus) in his taqreer said that, “This very place is blessed with the Barakaat of my 3 Du’aat, Saiyedna Taiyeb Ziyauddin saheb, Saiyedna Yusuf Nuruddin saheb and Saiyedna Fidaa ‘Ali Badruddin saheb, where they offered namaaz-e-imaamat, namaaz-e-jenaazah, namaaz-e-jomo’ah and did du’aa in the haqq of mumineen.  By taking your misaaq, I call you to their Da’wat which is the Da’wat of 44 Du’aat, 21 Imaams and the progeny of Imaam Taiyeb (as) till today, Awliyaa, Awsiyaa and Ambiyaa.  As you all have blood relation with your parents, I am your spiritual father today by establishing spiritual relation and making you my spiritual son and daughter with this holy oath your spirituality will become perpetual.  The continuity of Du’aat will never cease so as the relation of a mumin with his Da’i.  Every blood relation will end but ruhaani ta’alluqaat is going to survive before and after the death of a mumin.  O mumineen! Safeguard your language; speak the language of Du’aat and Da’wat.  Converse in a manner that our Du’aat has directed and has outlined the etiquettes of speech.  Mumineen should never ask what the jamaa’at has done for them but they should question themselves that what they are doing for jamaa’at.”

Mumineen invited Saiyedna saheb (tus) to their places for Qadambosi and padhraamni.  They did istiqbaal with nazaraat and tohfaat.  Maulaa at different places remembered the khidmat of mumineen and their forefathers while advising the new generation to follow the footsteps of their khidmat-guzaar ajdaad and serve the community by making their traditions to remain among mumineen for the years to come.  Maulaa took jadeed misaaq of farzand-dukhtar during his Qadambosi at some homes of mumineen.  On 27th Shawwaal/12th August, Wednesday, a majlis of bay’at-e-Imaam uz-Zamaan (as) was held at Badri Masjid in the evening.  Maulaa took misaaq of 10 farzand-dukhtar collectively and offered namaaz-e-imaamat of Maghrib-‘Ishaa il-Aakherat with all of them. 

During his bayaan Maulaa said that, “O my children! This is the beginning of your journey of Pure Faith and Correct Actions which is based on the Naseehat of Du’aat-e-Keraam (aq).  For this you have to come to us now and then to get the right understanding and clear tasawwuraat of our Shari’at.  This one time bayaan will not suffice in explaining the core of misaaq, but it will require constant learning, contemplation and efforts with acquiring knowledge by any means which are now open to every mumin at any place by Da’wat-e-Shareefah.  Be it newsletter, dars, ‘ilmi majlis, weekly messages, mulaaqaat with Saheb-e-Da’wat, occasional bayaan in masjids or community website.”

 
 
 
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