Blessings to all on Christmas 2019CE

It is with great reverence, homage and gratitude that I thank Allah (swt) for sending us the Prophet ‘Isa Ruhallah and join in with all other peoples who celebrate his coming to Earth to teach us of the overwhelming compassion and mercy of Allah (swt).

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27th Rabi ath Thani Urs Faqruddin Fakhrey Jahan, Mehroli, New Delhi 1199AH

Faqruddin Fakhrey Jahan (ra) Mehroli, Delhi, India

Hazrat Moulana Faqruddin Fakhrey Jahan (ra) was one of the most brilliant of Islamic scholars in India, as well as being one of the most popular of the Chishtia saints. Indeed, this noble personality’s influence is so great that it is said that after Khwaja Moinudeen Chishti (ra) and his immediate successors (the Big Five), Moulana Fakhrudeen (ra) is regarded as being the most influential figure in the spread of the Chishtia order. All contemporary branches of the order are directly linked to the great Moulana, and his services and dedication to Islam have rarely been equalled.

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26th Rabi ath Thani Urs Hazrat Dost Mohammed, Aurangabad 1090AH

Hazrat Dost Muhammad (ra)

The most I can find of him was that he was a great warrior and the father of Hazrat Syed Ali Mira Datar (ra). If you have more information please let me know, insha’allah.

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Happy Hanukkah!

Happy Hanukkah to all! May the season fill you with victory and light! Victory in your own personal struggles against that which holds you back in your life and light to help illuminate the path you are then free to walk!

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Zakat

As the end of the CE calendar year approaches, many of us are thinking about what we have, our prosperity, wealth and possessions and we think about those around us who are needy and how we can help. Giving of our wealth in Islam is called Zakat and it is one of the fundamental pillars of Islam. This is a basic requirement for all Muslims. At a very deep level it is also part of the purification of our very lives. It opens our heart for love and healing for ourselves our family, the world and our fellow human beings.

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