Every morning comes with the day with efforts and results to remember. 2nd Zul Qa’dah 1433/17-9-2012, Monday, brought smile and jubilation on the dull faces of the members of ‘Azaa-e-Husain Committee when Mazoon ud-Da’wat Saiyedi saheb (dm) agreed to be with them for outing. It was the journey for the acquisition of ‘Uloom-e-Aal-e-Athaar (as) i.e. knowledge of purity and reward of Hereafter. The tour commenced with the Ziyaarat-e-Taaherah of Maulaayi ‘Abdullaah (ra) and Kaka Akela-Kaki Akela (ra) in Khambhat. Their history and service to Da’wat-e-Haadiyah dates back to 18th Faatemi Imaam Maulaana Mustansir Billaah (as) in Cairo around 470 AH-1077 AD. It was the time when Maulaayi Ahmad, Maulaayi ‘Abdullaah and Maulaayi Nooruddin (ra) all three of them established firm foundation of Isma’ili Faith by the Razaa of the Imaam and the guidance of Yamani Da'i Saiyedna Lamak bin Maalik (aq). By the mo’jezah of Maulaayi ‘Abdullaah (ra), the dried well of Kaka Akela-Kaki Akela (ra) got filled with fresh sweet water and they again began to farm on their unfertile land. By the guidance of Maulaayi they became staunch believers of Ahl ul-Bayt (as).
The Committee took lunch behind the mazaar of Kaka Akela-Kaki Akela (ra) and after that a short healthy discussion took place on the qasar and qazaa namaaz. In the evening Mazoon ud-Da’wat Saiyedi saheb (dm) discussed in length on the very striking topics such as spiritual and physical benefits of namaaz and what and how is the best way to offer it, different transition period after death till the Day of Judgement i.e. Barzakh, the reality behind the creation of mankind, the howism of Angels and the day of their functioning, Allaah Ta’aala’s strength and power over each and every activity seen or unseen, be it the maths over the leaves of the trees on this earth, falling of the rain-drops, formation of bubbles in sea-water etc, the ascension of Mumin’s soul, the forgiveness and intercession during Hajj, back-biting and its punishment, the spiritual life of a believer and non-believer.