Zikr Majlis, at Musjid ut Taqwa on December 14, 2017


Poetry: ‘Ilahi Teri Chokhat Par’ and ‘Meri Qismat Kaha ye Tawaaf-e-Haram’

The beautiful poetry of Hazrat Mufti Taqi Usmani DB ‘Ilahi Teri Chokhat Par’ teaches an important lesson to the visitors of the Haramain Shareefain. Such an extraordinary journey requires extraordinary preparation, then a person will experience extraordinary feelings when standing in front of Baitullah. Hazrat captures the emotions of the heart of the ‘beggar’ before Allah who, because of his neediness, is the embodiment of humilty and submission. There is great admonition and lesson for the ‘beggars’ of Allah in the steadfastness of the beggars of this world. It is a great favour of Allah that He invites even sinners to the Headquarters of His mercy, blessings and guidance. Take from the treasures of His House by repenting and beseeching Allah so sincerely, that He converts our sins into good deeds and grants our desires beyond expectation. From the poetry of Hazrat Maulana Shah Hakeem Muhammad Akhtar (R), ‘Meri Qismat Kaha ye Tawaaf-e-Haram’, great lessons in the Marifah (recognition) of Allah SWT are derived. He placed the Kaaba at the very centre of the earth through His power and greatness, yet out of compassion, made it proportionate for the ease of His servants. Allah SWT out of His mercy decreed the demise of Nabi-e-Kareem (SAW) in Madinah, for the satisfaction of the hearts of the Believers, who would otherwise be in a condition of perplexity, torn between Baitullah and Raudha Mubarak.

Duration Naat - Hfz R Arbee: 00:05
Duration Main: 00:20
Duration Naat - Ml M Kaamil-1: 00:02
Duration Naat - Exp-1: 00:05
Duration Naat - Ml M Kaamil-2: 00:01
Duration Naat - Exp-2: 00:06
Duration Naat - Ml M Kaamil-3: 00:01
Duration Naat - Exp-3: 00:02
Duration Naat - Ml M Kaamil-4: 00:01
Duration Dua: 00:01


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Poetry: ‘Ilahi Teri Chokhat Par’ and ‘Meri Qismat Kaha ye Tawaaf-e-Haram’

The beautiful poetry of Hazrat Mufti Taqi Usmani DB ‘Ilahi Teri Chokhat Par’ teaches an important lesson to the visitors of the Haramain Shareefain. Such an extraordinary journey requires extraordinary preparation, then a person will experience extraordinary feelings when standing in front of Baitullah. Hazrat captures the emotions of the heart of the ‘beggar’ before Allah who, because of his neediness, is the embodiment of humilty and submission. There is great admonition and lesson for the ‘beggars’ of Allah in the steadfastness of the beggars of this world. It is a great favour of Allah that He invites even sinners to the Headquarters of His mercy, blessings and guidance. Take from the treasures of His House by repenting and beseeching Allah so sincerely, that He converts our sins into good deeds and grants our desires beyond expectation. From the poetry of Hazrat Maulana Shah Hakeem Muhammad Akhtar (R), ‘Meri Qismat Kaha ye Tawaaf-e-Haram’, great lessons in the Marifah (recognition) of Allah SWT are derived. He placed the Kaaba at the very centre of the earth through His power and greatness, yet out of compassion, made it proportionate for the ease of His servants. Allah SWT out of His mercy decreed the demise of Nabi-e-Kareem (SAW) in Madinah, for the satisfaction of the hearts of the Believers, who would otherwise be in a condition of perplexity, torn between Baitullah and Raudha Mubarak.