As we remember and celebrate the day on which Rasullullah SA did nas on Imam Ali AS and established the final farizat of Islam, mumineen are encouraged to spend the day in ibadat.
Read more about the significance of Ghadeer-e-Khum here:
“Eid-e-Ghadir Khumm is the day in which Rasulullah SA delivered the final message, the final farizat– the walaayat of his wasiyy, Maulana Ali SA. We are blessed and fortunate that over 1400 years later we are among those who have fulfilled the oath of Ghadeer. The Nass that was proclaimed by Rasulullah on Amirul Mumineen continued in the line of Imams in the progeny of Muhammad and Ali. And during Imam’s satar, that same Nass continues in the Du’aat by Imam Aamir’s appoint of the 1st Da’i – Syedna Zu’ayb at the hands of Maulatuna Hurratul Malika and each Dai’s appointment of his successor through the ilhaam of Imam-uz-zaman. (Read more in the articles listed below.)”
Do roza on Eid-e-Ghadeer (this fastis wajib/compulsory and should be made up at a later date if missed).
Pray two rak’at shukran lillah followed by doa (Clickfor niyyat and doa) at zawaal time before reading Zohr namaaz
Read more about the baraka and significance of this day here:
Read Sijill Article (35) which explains some aspects of Syedna al-Mu’ayyad al-Shirazi Majlis delivered on the day of Eid e Ghadeer-e-Khum.
Read this Sijill Article (86)which narrates from waaz on Ghadeer-e-Khum, when Syedna Khuzaima Qutbuddin RA explained that Rasulullah declared Nass in Ghadeer-e-Khum in such a manner and with such wisdom that he established and instituted the succession of the Imams till the Day of Judgment.
Read this article which offers a brief historical setting of Fatimid Cairo and describes the nature and significance of processions and banquets in Eid-e-Ghadeer-e-Khum.
Mubarak to all as we approach the last ten days of Ramadan. We hope your last days were filled with joy and rehmat.
The last ten days of Shehrullah are known as the itqun min-an-naar (freedom from Hellfire). An excerpt from Rasullullah’s khutbah declaring this is available (with English translation) here.
A reminder that imamat ni namaaz will continue to be held at two locations (Gross Point and Canton) throughout the end of Ramadan with COVID precautions in place. Please contact a Ma’sul if you would like to join us!
Qur’an dawr is also still ongoing. For those wishing to join the daily Qur’an dawr with Syedi Mazoon Saheb AAB at 6:30 pm IST (9:00 am EST), please click here. If you would like to join the daily dawr for North American mumineen at 6:10 pm EST, please contact one of our Ma’suls. All meetings are virtual and take place over Zoom.
Mumineen should continue doing the following (video/audio recordings and translations linked below).
Sijill Article 22 – Bihori- Alone in the Darkness of the Night “As we approach the Layali Faazela in Shehrullah (17mi, 19mi and 21mi raat), and then Lailatul Qadar, we must occupy ourselves with the ‘ibaadat of Allah Ta’ala in these auspicious nights…” by Shehzada Dr Aziz Bhaisaheb Qutbuddin.
Sijill Article 73 – Maulana Ali’s Wasiyyat –Advice and Wise Counsel – Before His Shahaadat“During his last Shehrullah Amirul Mumineen SA lived in Kufa, Iraq. On the morning of the 19th of Shehrullah, Ibn Muljim — one of the Kharijites who escaped from the battle with the Khawaarij (those who abandoned and denounced Amirul Mumineen after the battle of Siffeen) — struck a deadly blow with his sword to Maulana Ali while he was praying Tahiyyatul Masjid in Jame’ Kufa…” by Shehzada Dr Aziz Bhaisaheb Qutbuddin.
(Comprehensive details about 30th tarikh and raat are available here. A summary is provided below.)
Nabi na naam – During the last Friday of Shehrullah, mumineen should do tasbeeh of salawaat on Anbiyaa’ SA (Nabi na naam) and pray two rak’ats for “ibtighaa’ al-Fadl was sawaab” after nabi na naam the following times:
This year, Lailat-ul-Qadr namaaz will be held at one of our Ma’suls homes in Canton. Imamat ni namaaz will take place with Syedna’s raza and COVID-19 precautions will also be taken.
For those unable to join in person, we will also have a live Google Meet call running throughout the night where mumineen from Canada and Wisconsin will be joining us. Please contact one of our Ma’suls if you would like to join us – all are welcome.
Details on how to pray Lailat-ul-Qadr at home are available here. Includes:
Details on timing
Order of namaazes, duas, and niyyat (alongside translations)
Bihori namaazes and translations
Munajaat and bayaan
Mumineen are also encouraged to watch the following:
We hope you have a blessed night filled with baraka and rehmat. May all your duas be heard.
Layali Fazila mubarak to all. On the eve of the first of the three Distinguished Nights, we remind mumineen of the importance of spending additional time in ibadat and dua.
Mumineen are encouraged to pray 24 rak’at (12 salaam) washeq following the full Maghrib/’Isha namaaz. A PDF of the niyyat and dua is availablehere.
Mumineen should also read Sajada Wajhi and listen to wasila mubaraka.
“Mazoon-ud-dawatil-gharra’ Syedi wa Maulaya Abdeali bhaisaheb Saifuddin’s AAB wasila mubaraka will be broadcast live on 17 mi raat, and 21 mi raat. On 19mi raat Syedna TUS has graciously granted raza mubarak for mumineen to take barakaat from the wasila mubaraka of Syedna Mohammed Burhanuddin RA. Mumineen listening to the wasila mubarak should observe the appropriate adab (etiquette) of attending in person even when listening to recording.” -Fatemi Dawat
Mubarak to all on completing the first 10 days of Ramadan. As we welcome the next ten days, we would like to share some information and resources to remind mumineen about the maghfirat nu dasko (days of forgiveness).
Mumineen are encouraged to read the second dasko’sdua after Zohra nafilat namaaz. Amal details (including the fully translated dua are here.
A reminder that imamat ni namaaz is still being held at two locations (Grosse Pointe and Canton) throughout the month. All are welcome to join and COVID-19 precautions are being taken. If you would like to join us, please contact one of our Mas’uls.
Mumineen who are interested in joining daily Qu’ran dawr are still able to join. Alongside the daily dawr that takes place at 6.30 pm IST daily in Mumbai (with Seydi Mazoom Saheb AAB), there is also a daily dawr for mumineen in North America that takes place at 6:10 pm EST. All meetings are virtual and take place over Zoom. Contact a Ma’sul to receive the link.
Read about the sharaf of these ten days:
Sijill Article 72 – The Ten Days of Forgiveness (Maghfirat): In this article, Shehzada Dr. Aziz Bhaisaheb discusses that our Hudaat Kiraam have divided sins into three categories: 1) transgressions between an individual and Allah Ta’ala, 2) transgressions between an individual and Allah’s waliyy (sahibuz-zamaan) and, 3) transgressions between one individual and another individual.
Sijill Article 71 – The Pillar of “Sawm” (Roza): In this article, Shehzada Dr. Aziz Bhaisaheb explains Syedna Qadi al-Nu’man’s quote of Maulatuna Fatema AS, “what good is one’s roza if he does not safeguard his tongue, ears, eyes and limbs [from all that is Haraam].”
Sijill Article 20 – Fasting and Forbearance: Self-Discipline Not Self-Denial: In this article, Shehzada Dr. Aziz Bhaisaheb Qutbuddin narrates that when Shehzada Dr. Abdeali Bhaisaheb was a student of journalism at the American University in Cairo, he wrote a letter to the editor of the paper saying that Ramadan is not a month of “self-denial” but rather a month of self-discipline – Indeed, we discipline ourselves in small ways and large.
Audio recordings and translations of the duas to be prayed at Fajr, Zohr, and Iftaar are linked below. Written translations of duas can also be found here.
Our beloved Syedna has also done zikr on the sharaf and virtue of Shehr Ramadan. See his majalis below:
Syedi Mazoon Saheb AAB’s also does a short daily zikr about the histories of our panjataan, Imams, and duas. See his reflections on the Daily Quran Majeed dawr here:
Ramadan mubarak to all! May your next ten days be even more blessed than the last.