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CHAPTER ON THE VISION IN A DREAM OF SAYYIDINA RASULULLAH SALLA LAHU ALAYHI WA’ALE HI WASALLAM

What are the facts of a dream? Is it something real or is it just some type of thoughts? There are lengthy deliberations to this, which are not relevant here.

The unaani hakims claim that whatever type of mixture is overwhelmed in the nature of a person, one has thoughts according to it. For example, if one has a balghami (phlegm) nature, then one will see water and things related to it, like the sea, oceans, swimming in the water etc. Those whose nature is overwhelmed with safraa (yellow bile), they see in their dreams fire and its related subjects, or they see themselves flying in the sky. There is the same manner, in the case of people with different blood groups and saudaa (black bile). According to the philosophers the things that take place in the world, an image of it is engraved in the outer world, therefore if one of these appear before the nafs (soul), an image of it appears in a dream. Besides these there are many other theories too.

According to the Ahl-us-Sunnah wal Jamaah, these are imaginations. Allah Ta'aala creates them in the mind of man, which are conveyed at times through an angel and at times through the devil. The 'ulama have written that dreams are of three types. The first, which is conveyed through an angel who is specially appointed for this. This is a fact. The second is a devilish influence and effect, in which the devil shows a few examples and pictures. The third is the nafsaani (psychic) fears of a person. Whatever one thinks of while awake, the same is portrayed in dreams. The saying of Sayyidina Rasulullah Salla lahu 'Alayhi Wa’ale Hi Wasallam also supports this.

A saying of Sayyidina Rasulullah Salla lahu'Alayhi Wa’ale Hi Wasallam is mentioned by Abu Daawud (Rh) that dreams are of three types: (a.) A pious and blessed dream, this is a glad tiding from Allah (swt). (b.) A frightening dream, which results from the frightening of the devil. (c.) A dream that results from one's thoughts and doubts. The 'ulama of interpretation on dreams have stated that the angel that is appointed to convey dreams is known as Siddiqun, who explains to the people through examples in their dreams. This is regarding general dreams.
If one sees Sayyidina Rasulullah Salla lahu 'Alayhi Wa’ale Hi Wasallam in one's dream, this portrayal of Sayyidina Rasulullah Salla lahu 'Alayhi Wa’ale Hi Wasallam is free front the effects of the devil. Sayyidina Rasulullah Salla lahu 'Alayhi Wa’ale Hi Wasallam has himself mentioned this in many ahaadith, which shall be mentioned later. Sayyidina Rasulullah Salla lahu 'Alayhi Wa’ale Hi Wasallam has said: 'The ones who have seen me in their dreams, have really seen me, because the devil does not have the power to appear in my form'. If one sees Sayyidina Rasulullah Salla lahu 'Alayhi Wa’ale Hi Wasallam in a dream, but sees features contrary to those mentioned at the beginning of this book or against the dignity of Sayyidina Rasulullah Salla lahu 'Alayhi Wa’ale Hi Wasallam, or if one sees in a dream that Sayyidina Rasulullah Salla lahu 'Alayhi Wa’ale Hi Wasallam is ill or sad etc. or that Sayyidina Rasulullah Salla lahu 'Alayhi Wa’ale Hi Wasallam is instructing one to do something which is against the shari'ah, or which does not befit the dignity of Sayyidina Rasulullah Salla lahu 'Alayhi Wa’ale Hi Wasallam, this will be due to the short sightedness, weakness and mistake of the one who sees the dream. The commentators and mashaa-ikh compare this with a mirror that if a thing is seen in a red mirror, the thing seen will also look red; in a green mirror things will look green etc. In different types of mirrors things look different. Hence, if one sees Sayyidina Rasulullah Salla lahu 'Alayhi Wa’ale Hi Wasallam in a dream, one has really seen him, but the features and descriptions seen are according to the thinking and understanding of the person. The way a person looks at things, is the same manner that the person shall see Sayyidina Rasulullah Salla lahu 'Alayhi Wa’ale Hi Wasallam in a dream. For example, the Sufis – Spiritual masters have written that if a person sees Sayyidina Rasulullah Salla lahu 'Alayhi Wa’ale Hi Wasallam instructing in a dream that one should strive to gain material possessions, then in this case the darkness in which a person is engrossed, is reflected in this dream that one is unintentionally indulging in an undesirable act.  

The author has mentioned seven ahaadith in this chapter.   


(389) Hadith Number 1.

Hasrat 'Abdullah bin Mas'ud Radiyallahu 'Anhu reports that Rasulullah Salla lahu 'Alayhi Wa’ale Hi Wasallam said: "The one that has seen me in one's dream, has really seen me, as the devil cannot impersonate me".


(390) Hadith Number 2.


Hasrat Abu Hurayrah Radiyallahu 'Anhu reports that Rasulullah Salla lahu 'Alayhi Wa’ale Hi Wasallam said: "The one who sees me in one's dream, has actually seen me, because the devil cannot imitate my person". 
  


Commentary

The manner in which Allah Ta'aala has protected Sayyidina Rasulullah Salla lahu 'Alayhi Wa’ale Hi Wasallam from the devil during his life time, in the same manner, after his passing the devil has not been given the power to impersonate Sayyidina Rasulullah Salla lahu 'Alayhi Wa’ale Hi Wasallam. This is a decided fact. Now the question may arise that is the original form of Sayyidina Rasulullah Salla lahu 'Alayhi Wa’ale Hi Wasallam seen? Meaning does the one who sees him obtain such strength that one will see him in his actual form, or does one see only his image? For example, if a person is sitting a little away from a mirror, another person who is also at a distance can see the image of the person in the mirror, but due to some obstruction cannot see the actual person. The Sufis opine that Sayyidina Rasulullah Salla lahu 'Alayhi Wa’ale Hi Wasallam is seen both ways. Some people actually see Sayyidina Rasulullah Salla lahu 'Alayhi Wa’ale Hi Wasallam and some see his image, like the one described of the mirror. For this reason at times Sayyidina Rasulullah Salla lahu 'Alayhi Wa’ale Hi Wasallam is seen in the form of others, as if that person is a mirror of Sayyidina Rasulullah Salla lahu 'Alayhi Wa’ale Hi Wasallam.


(391) Hadith Number 3.


It is narrated from Hasrat Abi Maalik AI-Ashja'ee (Sa'eed bin Taariq bin Ash-yam) Radiyallahu 'Anhu that Rasulullah Salla lahu 'Alayhi Wa’ale Hi Wasallam said: "The one who sees me in ones dream, has seen me". 
  


Commentary

A question may arise that different people in different towns, and different countries see Sayyidina Rasullullah Salla lahu' Alayhi Wa’ale Hi Wasallam at the same moment in their dreams. How can Sayyidina Rasulullah Salla lahu 'Alayhi Wa’ale Hi Wasallam be present at different places at one moment. This view carries no weight because it is not necessary that if many people see him at one time or moment, he is present everywhere, but it is possible that different people can see him at one place. It is like the sun which is in one place and many people see it from many towns which are a distance from one another. Also whatever colour of spectacles are worn, red, green, etc. to see the sun, the sun will appear in that colour, despite the sun having its original colour and form.


(392) Hadith Number 4.


Hasrat Kulayb bin Shihaab Al-Kufi says that Hasrat Abu Hurayrah Radiyallahu 'Anhu narrated to me the blessed saying of Rasulullah Salla lahu 'Alayhi Wa’ale Hi Wasallam that whomsoever sees me in a dream, has really seen me, because the shaytaan cannot impersonate me. Kulayb says, I mentioned this hadith to Hasrat Ibn 'Abbaas Radiyallahu 'Anhu and also told him that I was blessed with the vision of Rasulullah Salla lahu 'Alayhi Wa’ale Hi Wasallam in my dream. At that moment I thought of Imaam Hasan bin 'Ali Radiyallahu 'Anhu. I said to Hasrat Ibn 'Abbaas Radiyallahu 'Anhu that I found the vision in my dream very similar to that of Imaam Hasan Radiyallahu 'Anhu. Hasrat Ibn 'Abbaas Radiyallahu 'Anhu verified my statement that truly Sayyidina Hasan Radiyallahu 'Anhu was very similar to Sayyidina Rasulullah Salla lahu 'Alayhi Wa’ale Hi Wasallam in appearance. 
 


Commentary

In some narrations it has been related that the chest and the portion above it, of the blessed body of Sayyidina Hasan Radiyallahu'Anhu was similar to that of Sayyidina Rasulullah Salla lahu 'Alayhi Wa’ale Hi Wasallam, and the lower portion of the blessed body of Sayyidina Husayn Radiyallahu 'Anhu was similar in appearance to that of Sayyidina Rasulullah Salla lahu 'Alayhi Wa’ale Hi Wasallam.




(393) Hadith Number 5.


Hasrat Yazeed Al Faarisi bin Hurmuz, who was a calligrapher of the Qur-aan, once saw Sayyidina Rasulullah Salla lahu 'Alayhi Wa’ale Hi Wasallam in his dream during the time of Hasrat Ibn 'Abbaas Radiyallahu 'Anhu. He related his dream to Hasrat Ibn 'Abbaas Radiyallahu ‘Anhu. Hasrat Ibn 'Abbaas Radiyallahu ‘Anhu said: "Rasulullah Salla lahu 'Alayhi Wa’ale Hi Wasallam used to say that the shaytaan cannot imitate him. That person who has seen him in a dream has really seen him”. After mentioning this he asked: 'Can you describe this person whom you have seen in your dream? I replied: 'Yes, I can, I will describe to you a man whose body and height were of a medium stature. He had a wheat-coloured complexion with a bit of whiteness in it. Eyes like those that had kuhl on them. A smiling face. Beautiful and round face. A compact beard which surrounded his blessed face, and spread on the fore portion of the chest". 'Awf ibn Abl Jamilah, a narrator of this hadith says: "I do not remember what other feature besides these, my ustaadh Yazeed, who is a narrator of this hadith, described". Hasrat Ibn 'Abbaas Radiyallahu 'Anhu said, "If you had seen him while being awake, you would not have been able to describe him any further". 

 
Commentary

As this has been mentioned at the beginning of the book, here too the noble features of Sayyidina Rasulullah Salla lahu 'Alayhi Wa’ale Hi Wasallam have been described in the same manner. 
 


(394) Hadith Number 6.

Hasrat Abu Qataadah Radiyallahu 'Anhu reports that Rasulullah Salla lahu 'Alayhi Wa’ale Hi Wasallam said: "Whomsoever sees me, that is, in a dream, has seen that which is a fact". 
 


Commentary

Meaning one has really seen me. It cannot be so that the devil shows something else and says that it is Sayyidina Rasulullah Salla lahu 'Alayhi Wa’ale Hi Wasallam. Some of the 'ulama have written that it means, it is a true dream and not a collection of thoughts.


(395) Hadith Number 7.

Hasrat Anas Radiyallahu 'Anhu reports that Rasulullah Salla lahu 'Alayhi Wa’ale Hi Wasallam said: "The one who sees me in a dream has really seen me, because the shaytaan cannot impersonate me". He also said: "A dream of a Muslim (conveyed through an angel) is a portion from the forty six portions of nubuwwah". 
   


Commentary

The 'ulama have adopted different headings to its meaning. Haafizul Hadith Ibn Hajar (Rh) has written a very lengthy treatise in his commentary on Sahih Bukhaari, wherein he has mentioned the sayings of many 'ulama. The author of Tabreez has also written in detail on this subject. Mulla 'Ali Qaari and others have written that this is the best, because it is said to be part of the 'ilmi nubuwwah (Knowledge of Prophethood), and the 'ulum of nubuwwah (Understanding of Prophethood) is particular only to the Ambiyaa – Prophets of Allah (swt) (Alayhi’Salaam), therefore, it should be regarded as something exclusive only to them. In brief, it is sufficient to know that a good and blessed dream is a great glad tiding and a portion from the portions of Nubuwwah - Prophethood. This is enough for his nobility, greatness and blessedness. Only a Nabi – Prophet of Allah (swt) can know correctly if it is a forty sixth part of Nubuwwah, and he is the only one who can correctly understand how and what this forty sixth portion is.
The discussion of seeing Sayyidina Rasulullah Salla lahu 'Alayhi Wa’ale Hi Wasallam in a dream ends here.
Imaam Tirmidhi (Rh) ends his book by including two Athars, which in reality are advices and also an important warning. The first is that one should not guess and give a ruling. The basis of the deen – religion should be in following Sayyidina Rasulullah Salla lahu 'Alayhi Wa’ale Hi Wasallam, and therefore in every verdict, Sayyidina Rasulullah Salla lahu 'Alayhi Wa’ale Hi Wasallam should be obeyed and followed. The second is that the verdict of any ordinary person should not be accepted, the irreligious are not worthy of being followed. In reality both advices are very important.


(396) Athar Number 1.


Hasrat 'Abdullah bin Mubaarak (was a great muhaddith, who is also counted among the jurists and sufis; a great shaykh, 'aabid and a pious and cautious person. He is also among those who memorised the hadith (Hafiz of Hadith). Many of his virtues and capabilities have been mentioned in the book of history. He said: ''If every one becomes a judge or arbitrator, then always follow that which has been narrated''. 
  

Commentary

The object here is that one should not follow one's own view and completely rely on one's own way of thinking, but should follow the sayings of the pious predecessors and the Sahaabah Radiyallahu 'Anhum. This is the general advice of Hasrat 'Abdullah bin Mubaarak. In respect of all verdicts, whether it refers to the verdicts of justice or otherwise, as has been mentioned. Imaam Tirmidhi (Rh) has mentioned this as a general advice, this is the view of all the commentators of the Shamaa-il. According to this humble servant, this may have a special relation to this chapter, which is that the interpretation of a dream is also a verdict, therefore in this too one should not confuse others by giving one's own judgments. We should refer to the interpretation of the learned ones of the past. Many interpretations of dreams have been related from Sayyidina Rasulullah Salla lahu 'Alayhi Wa’ale Hi Wasallam, the Sahaabah Radiyallahu 'Anhum and the Taabi'een (those amongst the believers who met the companions (RA) in their lifetime). The 'ulama of the sciences of interpreting dreams have written that it is necessary for one who interprets dreams to be understanding, pious, cautious and have knowledge of the Qur-aan and Sunnah of Sayyidina Rasulullah Salla lahu 'Alayhi Wa’ale Hi Wasallam. One should also possess knowledge of the 'Arabic language and its related sciences. Many other conditions and aadaab – Etiquettes have been stipulated in books on interpretations of dreams.


(397) Athar Number 2.


Hasrat Ibn Seereen says: "The knowledge of hadith (in the same manner all other religious subjects) are included in the deen. Therefore before acquiring knowledge, be aware from whom knowledge is acquired". 
  


Commentary

Hasrat Ibn Seereen (Rh) was also an Imaam of his time and is a famous Taabi-ee. He acquired 'ilm – knowledge from many of the Sahaabah Radiyallahu 'Anhum, and is regarded as the Imaam in the art of interpreting dreams. His interpretations of dreams are a hujjah (testimony). The object of his advice is that prior to acquiring knowledge from a person, one should first thoroughly investigate the state of the person's piety, honesty religion and maslak (rule of conduct). One should not follow the sayings of every person because the following of the sayings of an irreligious person has its effects. This has also been commanded by Sayyidina Rasulullah Salla lahu 'Alayhi Wa’ale Hi Wasallam in a few narrations. This is a general advice as mentioned in athar number one. This athar may also be relevant to the subject of interpreting dreams, as this subject is also important. When a good dream is a portion from the portions of Nubuwwah, its importance can be understood. Therefore one should always be careful from whom one is seeking an interpretation of a dream. Is that person capable of interpreting a dream or not? It is for this reason that Imaam Tirmidhi (Rh) has mentioned this athar here. This advice of Ibn Seereen is not particular or confined to the subject of dreams, but includes all other sciences. The more important the signs are, the more it becomes necessary to seek a competent and knowledgeable person. In our times which is close to the time of qiyaamah – end of the world, a very dangerous and detrimental element has appeared. That every person, however unlearned or irreligious, after delivering a short inspiring lecture, or writing an article on an aspect of the deen, begins to be considered an 'allaamah or an 'aalim - Scholar, and similarly by adopting coloured clothing begins to be regarded as a Sufi – spiritual master, hence people ignorantly begin to follow such a person. In the beginning the general public due to some misunderstanding begin following such a person, and because of their ignorance they are caught in their web. This is because of a general mistake, which has entered the hearts of the public that 'See what is said and not who has said it'. Although this saying is true, it is for those who understand and can differentiate from what is being said, is it a fact or is it false? Those who cannot differentiate should not follow the sayings of every person they come across, as this will result in a bad and detrimental ending. It is for this reason that in these times, if one claims to be a saint, imaam, or prophet, and Allah forbid, also that of being a God, one group always immediately begins to follow that person. May Allah (swt) protect us all, as He is the One that grants assistance.



Alhamdulillah, the translation of this book was completed on Friday night the 8th jamadi-uth Thaani 1344 hijri.

Zakariyya Kandhelwi. Madrasah Mazaahirul 'Ulum, Saharanpur
 

Since this humble servant professes inability, this translation was given to the respected Maulana 'Abdurrahmaan Saahib, the head ustaadh at the Madrasah Mazaahirul 'Ulum, Saharanpur for re- checking. Despite his responsibilities and lack of time he was still able to completely re-check it, and at many places make corrections too. May Allah (swt) reward him abundantly on my behalf. At the end he included this sentence. Alhamdulillah, this humble servant completed its reading on Thursday, the 27th Rajab 1344.

Since this translation was written in 1344, and this book was reprinted many times thereafter, at every reprint inaccuracies increased. Now for a long time it has been out of print. A few of my sincere friends, finding many printing errors, urged me to recheck the book, and truly many glaring errors were found, and while re-checking one adds and subtracts, therefore at some places additions and subtractions were made. It was my aim to keep it concise, but as much as one would like to keep it brief, at many places it resulted in the discussion becoming lengthy.

Alhamdulillah, today on the 24th Dhul Hijjah 1360 A.H., on Sunday night, the re-checking was completed. May Allah (swt) grant this worthless servant a portion of the noble character of His beloved Sayyidina Rasulullah Salla lahu 'Alayhi Wa’ale Hi Wasallam through the blessing of the Ahaadith.

Our last supplications is Praise be to Allah, the Lord of the Worlds. Peace and blessings on the best of His creations Sayyidina Muhammad (Salla lahu 'Alayhi Wa’ale Hi Wasallam) and on his blessed family and noble companions. 
 

Alhamdulillah, Allah Ta'aala granted me the taufeeq to complete the translation of this valuable kitaab on the 27th Ramadaan 1395 (3rd October l975) after Jumu'ah at the Nugget Street Masjid. The 'ulama and learned are humbly requested to point out any corrections to be made and give their valuable suggestions to improve this book. "If I am correct it is from Allah. If I have erred it is from me and shaytaan the accursed." May Allah Most High accept this humble effort and also grant me a portion of the noble character of His Habib Sayyidina Rasulullah Salla lahu 'Alayhi Wa’ale Hi Wasallam and keep me steadfast on the deen during this period of 'Inhitaat 'anid deen', and may the Muslims benefit from this humble effort.
Wa Sallallahu 'alaa Sayyidina Muhammadiw, wa 'alaa aalihi was sahabhi ajma'een. Wal hamdulillaahi Rabbil 'Aalamin.
Muhammad bin 'Abdurrahmaan bin Ebrahim Ghufira Lahum.  
May Allah accept us all and grant us His pleasure and that of His Blessed Nabi:
Sayyidina Muhammad Ameen.

Studying Ash-Shaam-il  

The Vision in a dream of Sayyidina Rasulullah (salla lahu alayhi wa’ale hi wasallam)   

Sayyidina Rasulullah salla lahu alayhi wa’ale hi wasallam is alive and we gain solace in knowing we can see the blessed Messenger salla lahu alayhi wa’ale hi wasallam in our dreams.

Sayyidina Rasulullah salla lahu alayhi wa’ale hi wasallam is better than the martyrs, his blessed blood is still running.
 The merits of the life of Sayyidina Rasulullah Salla lahu Alayhi Wa’ale Hi Wasallam is that we can see the vision of Rasulullah Salla lahu Alayhi Wa’ale Hi Wasallam, his blessed Ruh (Soul) can come and see us and his blessed body remains in the Roza Mubarak (Blessed Shrine) in Medina Munnawwarah. Sayyidina Rasulullah Salla lahu Alayhi Wa’ale Hi Wasallam still brings blessings to the whole city of Medina Munnawwarah. 

The blessed words of Sayyidina Rasulullah Salla lahu Alayhi Wa’ale Hi Wasallam ‘Whoever has seen me in a dream has seen me in reality’, this is because shaytaan cannot take the form of Sayyidina Rasulullah Salla lahu Alayhi Wa’ale Hi Wasallam.  


Understanding the vision of Sayyidina Rasulullah Salla lahu Alayhi Wa’ale Hi Wasallam  

If the vision of Rasulullah Salla lahu Alayhi Wa’ale Hi Wasallam appears in a dream in its actual form then this is a great mercy for us. If sick people see this blessed vision, they will get better. If someone is terminally ill, he will enter Jannah – Paradise, if he is a traveller then he will return home. However if the vision is in a different form then it is to tell us something. Rasulullah salla lahu alayhi wa’ale hi wasallam becomes a mirror for us.

Upon seeing the vision of Sayyidina Rasulullah Salla lahu Alayhi Wa’ale Hi Wasallam and if he informs us of something, certain things have to be noted;
1)      If his advice is contrary to the Sunnah then we have mis-understood.
2)      If he orders us to do something then it becomes obligatory for us – Waajib.  


Dreams 

Sayyidina Rasulullah Salla lahu Alayhi Wa’ale Hi Wasallam based his prediction of when the night of Laylat’ul Qadr appears in the last ten nights of Ramadan, on the basis of the dreams of the Sahabah Radiyallahu Anhum. Dreams are a valid proof and are one of the forty six portions of Prophethood. The portions of Prophethood remain and good tidings can also appear in dreams. However Prophethood itself has been Sealed with the coming of Sayyidina Rasulullah Salla lahu Alayhi Wa’ale Hi Wasallam. There are no more Prophets to come, Sayyidina Rasulullah Salla lahu Alayhi Wa'ale Hi Wasallam is the Seal of Prophethood. 


Connection 

There is a connection between the ones alive and those that have passed away. The Ruh – Soul is separate and lives, the souls of the martyrs ascend to Jannah. Sayyidina Rasulullah Salla lahu Alayhi Wa’ale Hi Wasallam is living in the universe, his blessed blood is still running and his flesh is still fresh. 


Sacred Knowledge 

Sayyidina Rasulullah Salla lahu Alayhi Wa’ale Hi Wasallam has perfection of form and character. Allah (swt) Has blessed His beloved with the best of all attributes and qualities. Allah swt Himself is free from all form, He is beyond all that He creates, beyond any form, space, dimension and time. Nothing resembles Allah (swt), to Him belongs all Majesty and Glory. 

Knowledge is sacred and is passed through Isnad – chain of transmission. The Isnad is followed and authenticates Hadith. The passing down of hadith and relating hadith can only be obtained through having Ijaza (permission to narrate). Similarly, to truly understand and practice the Sunnah, one needs to follow the Scholars and seek guidance from them.     


Concluding the Ash-Shaamil 

The Great wisdom of Imam Tirmidhi (Rh) in collating the ‘Ash-Shaam-il Muhammadiyyah’, is to step by step visualise Sayyidina Rasulullah Salla lahu Alayhi Wa’ale Hi Wasallam. The conclusion of this journey is for the reader to see Sayyidina Rasulullah Salla lahu Alayhi Wa’ale Hi Wasallam in a dream inshAllah. May all sincere believers be given this greatest of blessings and bounties. Ameen.   

Al Hamda lillah. I completed the revised English edition of ‘Ashaam-il Muhammadiyah’, on 05 Jumada Al’Thani 1435 AH (06 April 2014). Exactly seven years after studying this blessed text with my honourable teacher; Sayyid Shaykh Muhammad al’Yaqoubi (Hafizullah).

I dedicate this work to my parents, my blessed Shaykh and to Shaykhul Hadith Maulana Muhammad Zakariyya Kandhelwi. Above all to Imam Tirmidhi Rahamatullah Alayh, whose blessed book of hadith has been a source of guidance and light to millions of people. 
 

ALL PRAISE BELONGS TO ALLAH (SWT), THE LORD OF THE WORLDS, THE OWNER OF ALL GLORY AND ESTEEM, THE ONE WHO EXISTS FREE OF SPACE AND TIME.
MAY ALLAH (SWT) RAISE THE RANK AND BESTOW UNLIMITED BLESSINGS AND PEACE ON SAYYIDINA KHAYR-E-KHALQI IMAM UL’AMBIYA RASULULLAH SALLA LAHU ALAYHI WA’ALE HI WASALLAM.
ALL BLESSINGS AND PEACE ON HIS BLESSED HOUSE AND BLESSED COMPANIONS.
 MAY ALLAH (SWT) PROTECT US FROM WHAT OUR MASTER FEARED FOR US, MAY WE BE GRANTED THE BEST OF ACTIONS AND SINCEREST OF INTENTIONS. WE SUPPLICATE TO OUR LORD TO RAISE THE RANK OF OUR PARENTS, MASH-SHAYKH AND SAINTS. AMEEN  


ALLAHUMMA SALLI’ ALA SAYYIDINA MUHAMMADIN’ ABDIKA WA RUSLIKAN-NABI- YIL- UMMIY, WA ALA’ ALIHI WA SAHIBI WA SALLIM TASLIMAN BI QADRI’ AZMATI DHATIKA FI KULLI WAQTIN WA HIN 
(O ALLAH, BLESS OUR MASTER MUHAMMAD (SALLA LAHU ALAYHI WA’ALE HI WASALLAM), YOUR SERVANT AND MESSENGER, THE UNLETTERED PROPHET, AND HIS FAMILY AND COMPANIONS, AND GRANT THEM PEACE, AS GREATLY AS THE GREATNESS OF YOUR BEING, AT EVERY MOMENT AND TIME. 

Zulfiqar Amir Raja (06 April 2014)