Zikr Majlis, at Musjid ut Taqwa on June 21, 2018


The month of Ramadan came and went like a dream and we are already back to the ‘rat-race’ of life. The Ahlullah may be physically departed from this world, but their teachings are very much alive. We can take barakat and fuyudh from them, however our Islah can only be made by those who are alive. Hazrat Maulana Shah Hakim Akhtar Sb (R) used to advise that if a person is not inclined to take a Murshid, at least take a ‘Mushir’ (a guide for Mashwara), as without ta’alluq, decline sets in. A nasihah of Hazrat Maulana Yunus Patel (R) is being discussed in which it is explained that Ramadan came like rainfall at the time of drought, however the extent of spiritual revival is left to be seen after the month. The spiritual ‘bloom’ of Ramadan cannot be easily replicated, but we should try to maintain the momentum and preserve the good acquired. Ramadan brought us the two great lessons of Taqwa and Taubah – Taqwa to maintain the friendship with Allah SWT, by being constantly on guard to not even inadvertently commit sin, and Taubah to restore the friendship if it breaks, due to some wrong or sin committed. Our spiritual ‘batteries’ may have become weak after Ramadan, but we can keep it alive with the ‘powerbank’ of Zikr, Mamulat and attending Majalis. Value and appreciate the ‘rope’ of the Mashaikh so that we don’t become losers with tears of regret once they have left this world.

Duration Naat - Ml M Kaamil: 00:08
Duration Main: 00:37
Duration Naat & Zikr - Qr Naeem: 00:12
Duration Dua - Qr Naeem: 00:02


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Zikr  |  21-06-2018  |  The month of Ramadan came and went like a dream and we are already back to the ‘rat-race’ of life. The Ahlullah may be physically departed from this world, but their teachings are very much alive. We can take barakat and fuyudh from them, however our Islah can only be made by those who are alive. Hazrat Maulana Shah Hakim Akhtar Sb (R) used to advise that if a person is not inclined to take a Murshid, at least take a ‘Mushir’ (a guide for Mashwara), as without ta’alluq, decline sets in. A nasihah of Hazrat Maulana Yunus Patel (R) is being discussed in which it is explained that Ramadan came like rainfall at the time of drought, however the extent of spiritual revival is left to be seen after the month. The spiritual ‘bloom’ of Ramadan cannot be easily replicated, but we should try to maintain the momentum and preserve the good acquired. Ramadan brought us the two great lessons of Taqwa and Taubah – Taqwa to maintain the friendship with Allah SWT, by being constantly on guard to not even inadvertently commit sin, and Taubah to restore the friendship if it breaks, due to some wrong or sin committed. Our spiritual ‘batteries’ may have become weak after Ramadan, but we can keep it alive with the ‘powerbank’ of Zikr, Mamulat and attending Majalis. Value and appreciate the ‘rope’ of the Mashaikh so that we don’t become losers with tears of regret once they have left this world.