LOH E MUSHTARI-The Jupiter Taweez 2017

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LOH E MUSHTARI-The Jupiter Taweez 2017 

Jupiter Talisman Taweez 2017

Loh E Mushtari -Jupiter glory talisman is for wealth ,prosperity, growth in trade ,development,blessing and success in business , stability in property,occupational and financial success.

Every planet has its own significance like ,  mercury increases memory, while Venus concerns with love, marriage and Saturn is related to work and property while Mars concerns with the over ruling of enemy and moon concerned with the religious matter.

Likewise the planet Jupiter is related with money, wealth, happiness and increment of property and luck.
By the grace of Almighty Allah  the effects of this Jupiter Taweez 2017 will enhances person’s wealth and attracts money into one’s life and remove all problems related to money.
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Golden Words of Wisdom Sheikh Abdul Qadir Jilani

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Golden Words of Wisdom Sheikh Abdul Qadir Jilani  (may Allah be well pleased with him)

  • Though I be in the west and my disciple in the East, if a world goes to attack him, I know. I will save him.
  • Look towards that person who looks towards you. Love that person that loves you, listen to that person that listens to you and give your hands in his hands that are prepared to grasp it.
  • A mans position in life is such that though he is mortal he is reborn with pleasure in the winds of afflictions. It is that very same life whose consequence is not death. It is that very same comfort which has no extreme anguish.
  • That person who has enmity against a well to do companion, he totally rejects the wisdom and foresight of the sustainers.
  • Many wealthy people because of greed are poor and needy, in reality the brave person is he who wrestles and defeats the devil of greed and thereafter becomes independent and without want of need from this material World.
  • The person who backbites and speaks ill of us are actually our success because they pay homage to us by writing their good deeds into our deed books.
  • Look carefully at the previous graves lying in ruin. How the sands of beautiful people are turning bad.
  • If you do not find the sweetness of doing a good deed then be aware that you have not done that deed.
  • Disrespect earns the displeasure of the creator and the creation.
  • To please the enemies of Allah SubHanuhu wa Ta’ala is beyond comprehension and wisdom.
  • O! Gifts do not imprison me so that I become unmindful to the benefactor.
  • O! Doers of good deeds giving birth to sincerity in your deeds can never be a wasted effort.
  • Among the creation, silence is not bravery but rather impatience.
  • The person who cannot educate his own soul, then how is he going to educate others.
  • The love of Allah SubHanuhu wa Ta’ala and the Prophet SallAllaho Alaihi wa Sallam is intertwined in poverty and starvation.
  • The love of the World generally blinded the eyes, those eyes which should have been used to identify the specialties of the Almighty Creator.
  • The person who becomes aware of Allah SubHanuhu wa Ta’ala then he becomes hospitable towards the creation.
  • Preach only in accordance to religion otherwise remaining dumb is better.
  • To adopt anonymity and unwholesomeness relative to it is peaceful.
  • As long as there remains on this earth one person in your heart whom you fear or have high expectations of, then until then your Faith is not complete.
  • Until you still possess arrogance and anger you cannot classify yourself amongst the learned.
  • That sustenance whose extent is expansive but no thanks is given for it and that means of livelihood which is difficult but no patience is shown for it become a source of revolt and mischief.
  • Always hold the best opinions about others and think ill of yourself.
  • O! ‘Alim do not soil your knowledge by sitting in the company of Worldly people.
  • Your speech will tell what is in your heart.
  • An oppressor destroys the World of the oppressed, and his own in the hereafter.
  • To start something good is your job and to see it completed is the work of your creator.
  • A wise person first question his heart thereafter speaks with his mouth.
  • To remain alone is protection and safety and to every sin there is a period of execution.
  • Except for the needs of your children and family do not leave the house unnecessarily.
  • Endeavor not to start a conversation and your speaking becomes necessary only to answer a question.
  • Keep your mouth closed from answering unnecessary questions so that you can remain safe from unnecessary talk.
  • That person who is never distressed, has no virtue.
  • Material people chase the World while the World chases the friends of Allah SubHanuhu wa Ta’ala .
  • This World is a World of exertion for a Mo’min while the hereafter is a World of relaxation.
  • Suspicion closes all the benefits to be accrued.
  • An understanding person finds no joy in anything, for it has accountability, for being lawful or a punishment for it being unlawful.
  • To make the soul receive the truth is its existence while making it receive failures, errors, falsehood and wrongdoings is its annihilation.
  • Those who belong to Allah SubHanuhu wa Ta’ala carry out his commands and even their hearts are reinforced by it. You carry on committing sin then to you have no fear. This is obvious evidence of betrayal. Beware; safeguard yourself for you may be caught out unawares when your allotted time is up.
  • A disrespectful becomes the object of displeasure and wrath of both the creator and the creation.
  • Iman (Faith) is the root while deeds and actions are its branches. Therefore stay away from associating with your Iman and sin with your actions.
  • First there is ignorance, thereafter knowledge, then follows practice upon your knowledge, thereafter sincerity upon that action and finally comes understanding and wisdom in the heart.
  • If you do not have patience then poverty and sicknesses become a misfortune and if you adopt patience then it becomes nobility and graciousness.
  • To gain the happiness of Allah SubHanuhu wa Ta’ala is impossible if you cannot make a poor person happy. The treatment for afflictions upon oneself is to gain the happiness and pleasure of the poor.
  • Whosoever asks of the creation is blind to the doors of the creator.
  • You are busy in fulfilling the desires and wishes of the soul (nafs) while the nafs is busy in destroying you.
  • That person is close to Allah SubHanuhu wa Ta’ala who is kind and affectionate towards the creation.
  • Rejection (kufr) of the divine blessings and providence is contrary to achieving closeness to the truth.
  • Hundreds of thousands of people just like you have been fattened and then swallowed by this World.
  • Do not be fooled by your youthful appearance for very soon it would be taken away from you.
  • Poverty saves one from sin and wealth is a trap for sins regard poverty as your protector.
  • To make a poor person happy makes one the inheritor of and undisclosed amount of reward.
  • What are you going to do by taking the bounties? Take the merciful and compassionate one. Every pious person is from the progeny and following of Muhammad SallAllaho Alaihi wa Sallam.
  • He whose fate is ultimately death then what is the need for happiness.
  • People do not regard you with respect because you are proud and vain but rather they look up to you when you are polite and hospitable.
  • Keep your hearts open only for Allah SubHanuhu wa Ta’ala and to busy yourself in earning a means of livelihood for your family is also following the commands.
  • To remember death is the best treatment for all ailments.
  • Worship and prayers breaks unwanted habits and should not be but a habit only.
  • The person who wishes to tame his soul should bridle it with silence and good etiquettes.
  • Allah SubHanuhu wa Ta’ala asks a loan of his servants and the messengers of this are the beggars.
  • For the whole period I spent in the companionship of my sheikh (spiritual guide) I have never seen the whiteness of his teeth.
  • Whenever it is possible reform each morsel for the foundations of good deeds lies in it.
  • The creation are like children in relation to the saints of Allah SubHanuhu wa Ta’ala .
  • It is a lie if one says by sitting in the company of those women with whom relationships are lawful and young boys; one has absolutely no inclination towards them. Islamic principles (Shari‘ah) is neither definitely not in agreement nor does a sound mind allow for such conformities and this is total rejection of Shariat for Shari‘ah has never given anyone exemption from this.
  • When the angels do not enter a house in which there are images pictures then how do you expect Allah SubHanuhu wa Ta’ala to enter your heart which is full of thousands of statues and idols. Anything else besides Allah SubHanuhu wa Ta’ala presence in the heart is images and idols.
  • A visit to the pious person communicates the condition of the person.
  • The key to the closeness to the truth is in private consultations and journeys.
  • Do not become subservient to the gifts in such a manner that you forget the bestowal of the gifts.
  • The provisions and luggage undoubtedly is modesty, such that, because of it, the doors of sovereignty and reality seem closed.
  • It is not becoming of a mo’min to sleep until he has kept his will and testimony ready.
  • The obedience of Allah SubHanuhu wa Ta’ala is by asking and not by desiring.
  • You are busy in building mansions and palaces for others to stay in while; its accountability rests entirely on you.
  • O! Children of Adam Alaihis Salaam be modest towards Allah SubHanuhu wa Ta’ala as you would be modest towards your religious neighbor.
  • When a person commits a sin, he closes the doors, draws the veils and hides from the creation and goes against the commands of the creator in private, and then the creator says, O! Son of Adam Alaihis Salaam you have regarded me the least amongst those that can see you because you found it necessary to hide yourself from the creation yet you have not shown modesty and shame even equivalent to that of the creation towards me.
  • It is not beneficial to be a master at speech when you are immature at heart.
  • Be obedient with a direction; don’t become obedient to the masses.
  • Do not become a polytheist by regarding your wealth as absolute and total power of assistance.
  • O! You who make fun of others very soon you will know the answer to your own fate.
  • O! Munafiqa (Hypocrites) very soon you will see the punishment of Allah SubHanuhu wa Ta’ala descending upon you in this World and the hereafter. The times are pregnant and very soon you will see what it gives birth to.
  • Your actions are proof of your belief and your exterior appearance is a sign of your interior condition.
  • To turn your face towards the creation is to turn your back towards Allah SubHanuhu wa Ta’ala .
  • Empty desires are the jungle of stupidity and folly and only the foolish hustle and bustle aimlessly within it.
  • Make silence your habit, anonymity you clothing, escape from the creation your aim and if it is possible then dig the hole and sit down in it. This habit should stay with you until such time that you Iman (Faith) has reached an age of maturity and is unquestionable.
  • Those that wish the approval of the creation should show patience of the oppression of the created.
  • Do not turn away from the creator because of some misfortune, because he may be testing you with it.
  • Moderation is half of one’s sustenance (livelihood) and good manners is half of religion (Deen).
  • O Doers of good deeds! Adopt sincerity otherwise it is wasted effort.
  • If you are afraid of your destination then whichever way or wherever you look at, you will find that you are surrounded by ferocious beasts.
  • Good deeds are done in privacy and not in public except that which is Fard (compulsory) which is performed in exposure.
  • Everything that you rely on, every person you afraid of or you keep that trust in, becomes your God.
  • 1. Special testimony 2. Making the commands of Allah SubHanuhu wa Ta’ala compulsory upon yourself 3. Not to fear or trust anyone 4. To make all your needs aware only to Allah SubHanuhu wa Ta’ala and put your Faith in him, To ask of him alone and never put your trust in anyone except Allah SubHanuhu wa Ta’ala .
  • A seeker is not truthful until he places the needs of sustenance of his companions over and above the sustenance of his soul and desires.
  • Remain honourable among the people, for by revealing your poverty you will fall in status in their eyes.
  • Meet the wealthy and rich with dignity ad prevalence and the poor with humility and humbleness.
  • Your keeping the company of careless and negligent people is a sigh of your carelessness and negligence.
  • To love of the creations is in its well wishing.
  • To give is better than to receive.
  • That person who is generous with the creation then he is close to Allah SubHanuhu wa Ta’ala .
  • A residence that is fit to be called a house, clothes that cover the body, a stomach full of sustenance and a wife is not regarded as Worldly but to face towards the Worldly while showing your back to your creator is Worldly.
  • Even if you have said Allah SubHanuhu wa Ta’ala aloud, then even then you would be interrogated whether it was said in sincerity or in show.
  • When the remembrance of Allah SubHanuhu wa Ta’ala finds a place in the heart then for servant to remember Allah SubHanuhu wa Ta’ala continuously becomes continuous and everlasting even though the lips are closed.
  • Carry out the rights that the ruler has upon you and do not question that which is obligatory upon you.
  • There is greater dignity in the remembrance of Allah SubHanuhu wa Ta’ala than in death; at the time of cutting someone short by razing them to the ground and thereafter realising it was fruitless to sow the seeds of hate.
  • Hide your troubles and you will receive closeness to Allah SubHanuhu wa Ta’ala .
  • A mo’min leaves his family in the care of the creator while a munaafiq leaves his family in the care of his dirham and dinaars (wealth).
  • There are 3 types of creation 1. Angels 2. The Devil 3. Man. The Angels are entirely good and the devil is entirely bad. Man is a mixture of good and bad. Whoever is overcome with good he can be likened to an Angel and whoever is overcome with evil he can be likened to the devil.
  • Do not laugh with those that are laughing but cry with those that are crying.
  • If your thoughts are with the creator then you are subservient to the creator. If your thoughts are with the creation then you are subservient to the creation.
  • Give priority to the hereafter over the World and you will benefit in both, but priority is given to the World over the hereafter then you would suffer losses in both.
  • Do not spend even one night in the hate and malice of anybody.
  • The sign of your sincerity is that you praise the creation and you do not turn your attention towards derogatory remarks nor do you show greed and avarice towards their wealth but you give your lord his right and your deeds are for your benefactor and not for the gifts, for the king and not for the kingdom and for the truth and not for falsehood.
  • As long as the doors of good health are open to you then regard it as a blessing for very soon it will be closed upon you. So as long as you have the strength and power to do good deeds regard it as a blessing.
  • It is wrong to claim respect towards your creator as long as you have no respect whatsoever for his creation.
  • When an ‘Alim is not an ascetic then, he is a punishment upon those that follow him.
  • A Mu’min, as he grows older Faith becomes stronger.
  • To search for good fortune is an unnecessary trouble and to search for that which is not your destiny is to anger Allah SubHanuhu wa Ta’ala and disgraceful.
  • You do not concern yourself in making the creator angry by pleasing the creation. In exchange for Worldly mansions and building you destroy your hereafter. Very soon you will be caught. He will definitely catch you whose imprisonment is very, very fearful.
  • What, you do not become ashamed ordering him to change your fate? Are your more commanding, more just and merciful than him? You and the entire creation are his servants. It becomes compulsory upon you to adopt, peace, solitude and silence.
  • Saying without deeds and deeds without sincerity are not worthy of acceptance.
  • A person once came to the Prophet SallAllaho Alaihi wa Sallam and said that he loves him (SallAllaho Alaihi wa Sallam) very much. The Prophet SallAllaho Alaihi wa Sallam said to him “lay down a cloth or spread a cloth for Poverty.” Another person said that he loves Allah SubHanuhu wa Ta’ala , The Prophet SallAllaho Alaihi wa Sallam said “spread a cloth for misfortune, for the love of Allah SubHanuhu wa Ta’ala and the Prophet SallAllaho Alaihi wa Sallam is intertwined with poverty and misfortunes.”
  • You are busy accumulating that which you would not be able to eat. You desire for that which you cannot attain. Construct those buildings in which you will not stay. All this makes you blind to the status of your creator.
  • Be happy in the changes and choices that the creator made for you. If you stay in this manner with him then he will definitely change your fears and horrors.
  • Adopt patience for this World is an assembly of troubles and calamities.
  • When somebody approaches carrying tales or gossiping or informing you about what another has said to him about you then admonish him and tell him that he is worst than that person that was gossiping about you for that person spoke behind your back while he is telling it straight to your face. That person has not made you listen yet he made you listen to it.
  • What an unfortunate person is he who had not been given the habit of being merciful in his heart for all living things?
  • Your biggest enemies are those that are your biggest supporters.
  • The sum total of all the essence of good is to seek knowledge, practice upon it and teaching it to somebody.

Qaseeda Gousiya with English Translation

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Our Beloved Shaikh Abd al-Qadir (may Allah be well pleased with him) said: “Countless benefits accompany this ode [qaseeda] , called The Wine Ode [al-Khamriyya], and its recitation. ” It is for the purpose of attracting the Eternal Emanations [al-Fuydat-samadaniyya] by means of the Gilani presence, and each verse is famous for a special property, which makes it unique and able to stand by itself.

​Please ask a Shaykh or someone with ijaza before you start reading this Qasida.

This Qasida can be recited for all kinds of difficulties relating to the worldly and spiritual life and is beneficial in solving problems. Recitation of this Qasida can also grant a person the vision of Allah Ta’ala and of Rasul Allah Sallallahu Alayhi Wasallam and Awliya Allah as well. One has to possess the correct beliefs, obey the Shariah, who speaks the truth and consumes Halal sustenance.

































Cups of union Beloved gave me to drink;So I told my wine Advance towards me.Then it moved and walked to me in cups;In my intoxication, I understood the friends in my midst.

I said to all the Polar-turnips, Come and enter my State.And become my Companion.

Be courageous and drink, you are my army,Because the Cup-Bearer of the Fraternity has filled my cup to the full.

And you sipped from my cup, what I left after my deep “intoxication”,But you neither attained my height nor my Union.

All your stations are high,But mine is higher ever.

I am singularly near to Him,The Mighty One who changes my state and suffices.

I am a White Falcon of every Mystic.“Who is there among the Saints, so gifted as me?”

He enrobed me with determination embroidered,And he crowned me with the Crown of Perfection.

Unto me He revealed the Ancient Secrets.He adopted me and granted my request.

And He made me a Filter over all the Polar-turnips.So my Orders are effective under all circumstances.

Had I thrown my secret into the oceans,They would have at once dried up.

Had I thrown my secret over mountains,They would have become pulverized.

Had I thrown my secret into fire,It would have been at once extinguished by the secret of my mystic state.

Had I thrown my secret over the dead,He would have stood up with the power of Exalted God.

There are no months or ages,Which flow but with my knowledge.

And they acquaint me with the present and the future, and they give me information.And so, will you terminate your wrangles with me.

Be courageous my disciple, be cheerful and sing, in ecstasyAnd act without restraint, for His name is Exalted.

Do not be frightened, my disciple, Allah is my Sustainer,He has granted me the status through which I have attained high eminence.My drums have been beaten in the heavens and earth, And I have been given the rank of Good-Luck.The Empire of Allah is under my command,And my time has been purified before my birth.

I cast a glance at the entire Empire of Allah,It is like a mustard seed alongside my sovereignty.

I acquired knowledge till I became a Polar-Star,And I attained Good Luck through the Great Lord.

They are companions remorseful like those who fast,And are like pearls in the darkness of the nights.

Each Saint has a station,And I follow in the footsteps of the Holy Prophet, the Full Moon of Perfection.

He is a prophet belonging to the family of Hashim and to Mecca and Hijaz,He is my ancestor, I achieve my objects through him.

Do not be frightened, my disciple, of a Slanderer,For I am a determined combatant in banie.

I am Al Jilani, my name is Muhiyuddin,And my banners fly on mountain tops.

I am Hassani and my abode is my cell,And my feet are on the neck of each Saint.

ABDUL QAADIR is my famous name.And my ancestor is one possessed of an insight perfect

Anger – How to control it

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Anger has been created to dispel harm. If there were no anger, then how could we dispel that which was harmful to us?
Like a sword whose job it is to cut. On whosever throat you place the sword, it will cut. It is the choice of the sword wielder to use the sword on a fit occasion. Similarly using anger when it is not appropriate is also bad. There is indeed difficulty in controlling anger but later on there is a certain special pleasure as well.
If one doesn’t control anger and says whatever one wants to say, then the Self (Nafs), but later on there develops a certain grime in the heart and then regret. Peace and solace become nonexistent. The same Self, which was inciting you earlier, now reproaches you. After this, on seeing the results of the anger, one feels really sorrowful. That is why, use anger appropriately. This was what the Companions (May Allah be well pleased with them) did.
When anger takes root in the heart, then it creates many (spiritual) diseases like enmity, jealousy, rancor, etc. It is as if anger is a seed which leads to many evils. It is due to anger only that one curses oneself and one’s children. Divorces happen and homes are shattered and people commit suicide and this anger goads people into committing murders as well. That’s why dispelling anger is highly necessary. If there is cheap stuff in the house, then ordinary locks are used and if there is expensive stuff, strong locks are used and if there is a treasure in the house, a lot of locks are placed and a guard is also set. In the same way, considering its importance, special preparations are needed to control anger as well.
Remember that a Muslim gains the status of a worshipper and ascetic by being calm and composed. Hadhrat Imam Ja’afar Saadiq (May Allah be well pleased with him) said: The root of every evil is anger and one’s forbearance is tested in times of anger.

Hadhrat ‘Abdullah bin ‘Umar (May Allah be well pleased with him) asked the Holy Prophet (Sallallahu alaihi wa sallam): What can save me from the wrath of Allah Most High? The Holy Prophet (Sallallahu alaihi wa sallam) said: You stop being angry at others and Almighty Allah will not be angry with you.


Wiles of Satan and how we can protect ourselves

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Do you realize how many enemies have encircled you! Enemies are masquerading as friends. You are being deceived. They are taking out their enmity on you. For the sake of Allah, steady yourself. Treat an enemy as an enemy and recognize who is a friend and who is an enemy.
Just see! The Friend is describing to you the wiles of the enemy and methods to shield yourself.
The Friend is Allah Most High and the enemy is Satan. The whispers that he casts into your hearts, they are his wiles. In its actual nature, the heart is like a sword or a horse. Regardless of whether the sword is wielded by its master or by someone against its master, it will still cut. No matter who mounts the horse, the master or the master’s enemy, the horse will still take you. In the same way, the heart is ready: Whether Satan affects it or an angel, it will accept that effect.
The human heart is in this dilemma. It should use its intellect and differentiate between a satanic whisper from an angelic inspiration and then act upon it. If Satan casts its effect on the heart, it leans towards him. If the angel casts its effect, it leans towards it. As long as the heart is not run over by any one of these forces, it is sometimes virtuous and sometimes evil. The way Satan casts his whisper in the heart is that it sits between the 2 shoulders and extends its snout to the heart and casts a whisper. For this reason, there was the Seal of Prophethood between both the blessed shoulders of the Holy Prophet (Sallallahu alaihi wa sallam) because of which no satanic whisper could enter. For this reason, His devil couldn’t cast a whisper at Him.
The Holy Prophet (Sallallahu alaihi wa sallam) said: With every human being, a devil and an angel is born. Someone asked: Did the same happen with you too, O Prophet of Allah (Sallallahu alaihi wa sallam)? He said: Yes. But the devil that was born with me has embraced Islam.


Who is a Sufi ?

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Hadhrat Hasan Basri (May Allah shower His Mercy on him) says: The person who wears wool to debase himself for Allah Most High, Almighty Allah increased the radiance of sight and the heart for that person and the person who does so for pride, etc. will be thrown into hell along with the rebellious folk.

Hadhrat Hasan ‘Ali Kharraz (May Allah shower His Mercy on him) explains this in a very concise, eloquent and ardent way: Sufi is a person who gains comfort from Almighty Allah and has handed over all his affairs to Almighty Allah, who doesn’t pay attention to anybody other than Allah, who when in embroiled in difficulties doesn’t pay any attention to the secret within it, who when he (or she) turns to Allah Most High doesn’t turn away ever again and calamities don’t have any effect on that person. A Sufi is the one who doesn’t see any nonexistence after existence, whose existence is present & whose attributes are their veil. The heart being free of all hostility is also Tasawwuf.

In the opinion of Hadhrat Ghouse Azam Shaykh ‘Abdul Wadir Jeelani (May Allah shower His Mercy on him) Tasawwuf is to have a relation with Allah Most High which is rooted in truthfulness (Sidq), one should treat people kindly, the Book of Allah Most High and obedience to the Sunnah of the Holy Prophet (Sallallahu alaihi wa sallam) are the 2 wings with which one can fly towards Almighty Allah. One should desist from the calamities and blameworthy actions of the Self (Nafs). The person who has been purified by Allah Most High is a Sufi. Tasawwuf is beyond poverty (Faqr), poverty is also included in Tasawwuf. One should practice poverty only for the sake of Almighty Allah and it should be reap reward. Hadhrat Shibli (May Allah shower His Mercy on him) defines Tasawwuf as: Tasawwuf is to keep the heart clear of any thoughts of anyone/anything other than Allah.

A Sufi is a person who is cut off from the creation and attached to the Lord Almighty.

Abu ‘Abdullah Muhammad bin Khafi Shirazi (May Allah shower His Mercy on him) says: There was a time that Satan was under control of the Sufis. Now the times are such that the Sufis are under control of Satan. A Sufi is the one who follows the Holy Prophet (Sallallahu alaihi wa sallam) in all details and generalities and whose inward aspect is immersed with Almighty Allah.

Hadhrat Najmuddin Kubra (May Allah shower His Mercy on him) says: The Sufis are those who traverse the path of Almighty Allah. Their lives are the best lives, their path is the straight-most path and their manners are the most cultivated and loved. If the intellect of the intellectuals, the wisdom of the wise and the knowledge of the scholars of the Shariah all combine to get something better than the life and etiquette of the Sufis, the friends of Allah Most High, it is not possible for them to. All their outward and inward actions are drawn from the niche of Prophethood and there is no radiance on the earth from which one can draw illumination better than the radiance of Prophethood.

Ramadan Salary- Laylatul Jai’zah- ‘The Night of Rewards’

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Laylatul Jai’zah- ‘The Night of Rewards’ or night of Prize Giving
– The night of Eid is a night, which invocation (du`a) is not turned back

Hazrat Ibn `Abd al-Razzaq narrates in his Musannaf (4:317) that Hazrat Ibn `Umar said:
There are five nights in which invocation (du`a) is not turned back: the night of Jum`a, the first night of Rajab, the night of mid-Sha`ban, and the two nights of `Eid.

1. The night of Jumma,-Laylatul Jummah – The Night of Jummah
2. The first night of Rajab, – Laylatul ar-Ragh’ib – The Night of Wishes
3. The night of mid-Sha`ban, Laylatul bara’ah – The Night Of Salvation – Freedom from Fire-(Urdu Shab-E-Baraat)
4/5. The two nights of `Eid,- Laylatul Ja’zah The Night of Prize Giving or the Night of Reward.

Thus Every Thursday is Holy, and you’ll find most if not all Sufi Tariqahs gather on Thursday Nights around the world. Due to the fact its (Islamically Friday Night)

Note about deeds: “One’s deeds are shown to Allah on Monday and Thursday, and they are shown to Prophets as well as fathers and mothers on Fridays, at which time they rejoice for the good deeds, and the latter increase the brightness and light of their faces. Therefore be wary of Allah and do not harm your dead.” It is mentioned in a Hadith that the person who fasts on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays of every sacred month, he will receive the reward of making ibaadah for 700 years.

In “maraqil falah” the Sharh of “Nurul Idaah” in the chapter of “ihya’ul layali” (keeping vigil at night for ibadah), in which nights wherein it is mustahab to keep vigil for ibadah are mentioned, Ash-Shurunbulaali (may Allah have mercy on him) mentions the following hadith, “There are five nights in which du’a (supplication) is not rejected: the eve of Rajab, the 15th night of Sha’aban, the eve of Friday, on the eve of Eid Al-Fitr, and on the eve of Eid Al-Adha.” (Maraqil Falah with Tahtawi pg. 401 Darul kutub al-ilmiyyah). This hadith, apart from being mentioned in the Al- Jami’ of Suyuti, is also mentioned in the Shu’abul Iman of Baihaqi (hadith no. 3558 chapter: fee lailatil eidain wa yaumihimaa).

The Prophet, peace and mercy be upon him, said, “There are five nights in which du’a (supplication) is not rejected: the eve of Rajab, the 15th night of Sha’aban, the eve of Friday, on the eve of Eid Al-Fitr, and on the eve of Eid Al-Adha.” [Al-Suyuti in his Al-Jami’]

Get your wages the night before Eid from Allah
The Prophet (salla’Allahu ‘alayhi wasalam) is reported to have said, “Whoever stands up (in worship) in the nights preceding the two Eids expecting rewards from his Lord, his heart will not die when the other hearts will die”. (Ibn Majah)

“It had been the practice of the Prophet (salla’Allahu ‘alayhi wasalam) that he would not sleep in the night preceding the day of Eid-ul-fitr. This night has been named in a Hadith as the Night of Reward (Lailatul Jaiza). The Almighty bestows His rewards on those who have spent the month of Ramadan abiding by the dictates of Shari’ah, and all their prayers in this night are accepted. To benefit from this opportunity, one should perform as much worship in this night as he can, and should pray for all his needs and desires.”

When it is the last night [of Ramadan], they are forgiven, all of them.”
So a man from the people said, “(Laylatul Qadr – Is it the Night of Power?” And the Prophet (Allah bless him and grant him peace) replied, “No, do you not see that if laborers work, when they finish their tasks, they are given their wages?” – Bayhaqi

To benefit from this opportunity, one should perform as much worship in this night as he can, and should pray for all his needs and desires.


The night preceding  the day of Eid Ul-Fitr is a very auspicious night in which Almighty Allah rewards those who have  fasted in the month of Ramadan.If one Fasted in Ramadan as one should, stayed up at nights for the night prayer etc,  then it is time to reap the fruits of your farming. This night should be spent in worship and seeking reward from Allah. 

But, unfortunately many people can be seen spending this night in heedlessness.

Whilst mentioning the favours, bounties, mercy and forgiveness from Allah, one day the beloved and blessed Prophet (peace be upon him) said, ‘On the first night of Ramadan, Allah has a merciful sight at His creation and if Allah has a merciful sight at  any of His servants He  will not punish that servant. He frees one million (sinners) from Hell every day, and on the 29th night He sets free  as many as were freed throughout the month.

On the night of Eid-ul-Fitr, the angels rejoice and Allah reveals the specific attribute of His Nur and says to them, ‘O group of angels! What is the reward for a labourer that has completed his work?’

They reply that he be given his complete recompense.

 Almighty Allah then says, ‘Be witness that I have forgiven each one of them.’

►{Kanz-ul-’Ummal, pp. 219, vol. 8, Hadith #23702}


Hazrat Abu Hurairah  (may Allah be well pleased with him) reported that the Prophet  (Peace be upon him) said:

 ‘On the last night of Ramadan, my nation is forgiven’.

 He was asked if that meant on Laylatul-Qadr and he said, ‘No’(Meaning: This merit is for the last night, the merits of  Laylatul-Qadr are quite apart.)‘The truth is that full wages are paid to the worker when the work is over and the work is completed 

in the last night. Hence, they are forgiven.‘

{Reported by Imam Ahmad}