Majlis of 187th 'Urs Mubaarak of 37th Da'i ul-Mutlaq Saiyedna Shamsuddin Shaikhali bin Saiyedna Shamsuddin Saheb (aq) was assembled in Masjid un-Noorani on 25th Rajab ul-Asab 1435 after the Maghrib Namaaz after doing the Ziyaarat of Muqaddas Maula in Bostaan-e-Badri. The Majlis was presided over by Ra's ul-Hudood Zulqarnain Hakeemuddin Saheb (dm) who addressed the mumineen and did the Bayaan in the praise of Muqaddas Maulaa.
He gave Bashaarat to the mumineen that Allaah Ta'aala has bestowed His Choicest blessings on all who have come in the Majlis of Shab-e-'Urs of Muqaddas Maulaa. Allaah Ta'aala has enlightened their heart and elevated the ranks of their Imaan. Every mumin does the Ziyaarat of Muqaddas Maulaa and takes the Waseelah following the Sunnah of Ahl ul-Bayt (as). He emphasized that the Majlis of 'Urs of Awliyaaullaah (as) is the Majlis of Awwaleen and Aakhereen (of all the first and last ones) because it is the Zikr which encompasses Ambeya, Awseya, Aimmat and Du'aat (as). Allaah Ta'aala says in the Qur'an to Rasoolullaah (saws): "We have elevated Zikr for You (O Mohammad)". This Zikr is nothing but Aal-e-Mohammad (as), the succession of which will continue till the Day of Qeyaamah.
He narrated a historical incident of the time of Imaam Mustansir Billaah (as) when one of his Ghulam went to Rome where he saw a King prostrating to an Idol whenever he used to win anything. The Ghulam was surprised to see the Idol as its face was exactly like Imaam Mustansir Billaah (as). The King sent 10 expert painters to prove the point. The painters came to Imaam (as) and attempted to draw his picture. On day 1 they found that the picture of all painters was different. Same thing repeated on the second day. On third day Imaam (as) said: Now you draw my picture, my Ta'eed is with you. On the 3rd day they came out with same picture of all painters.
They went to their King and narrated all facts. After listening to them, the King decided to bow down to Imaam (as). He along with his followers came to Misr to Imaam (as) and entered into the Imaan. Thus a Nabi, Wasi, Imaam or Da'i (as) exhibits or shows their Nooraniyat whenever they wish according to the Imaan of their mumineen.