The Seeker, in a shorter time, become Arif, Living-Hearted and the Muqarrib and Accepted in the eyes of Allah Almighty and His Prophet and becomes Waasil with Lord. This book has a Persian Risala Ruhi which has been initiated on the blessed truth revealing tongue of our Spiritual Mentor Hazrat Sultan ul Arifeen Sultan ul Faqar Hazrat Sultan Bahu May his secret be sanctified at the hour he achieved the most prideful Station of a Beloved. This book reveals very solid blessed promises and unshakable trysts for the reader. One of these solid blessed promises is:
If a Waali e Waasil-Bi-Allah has fallen from his place [and Martaba] due to the Rijat of the realm of spiritualism or of the realm of witnessing the Evident, he, if grasps the Waseela of this sacred book, it will do for him the job of a Murshid-e-Kaamil. If he did not grasp the Waseela, he should swear to; and if we do not take him to the [desired] Destination [that is, if we do not unite him with God], then we swear to!
Second, in this book has been given Salaat ul Kubraa which is a superior and the highest collection of very fine and the best Darood Shareef which has been compiled by the blessed hands of Hazrat Mahboob e Subhani, Qutab e Rabbani, Ghaus e Samadani Hazrat Shaikh Muhyiddeen Sayyed Abdul-Qadir-Jelaani (Qaddas-Allahu Sirru-hul Aziz) . Salaat ul Kubra is a very convenient and the easiest Waseela for becoming Waasil with the matchless essence of the Holy Prophet of Allah Hazrat Muhammad Sal Allahu Alaihe Wa Aa-lehee Wa-sallam. This corpus of Darood Shareef is a very successful Key and the most effectual Password for the Welfare of Words!
Third, the most authentic and correct Qaseeda e Ghausia and the Qaseeda e Baz Ash-hab of Hazrat Mahboob e Subhani, Qutab e Rabbani, Ghaus e Samadani Hazrat Shaikh Muhyiddeen Sayyed Abdul-Qadir-Jelaani (Qaddas-Allahu Sirru-hul Aziz) has been included in the Makhzan al Asraar O Sultan ul Aoraad with complete detail, translation and explanation. Right method of reading these is also given.
This is a boundless blessing for a Qadiri Seeker Mureed. We have also mentioned the accounts of the lives of the Perfect, More Kaamil Saints of Religion along with many a novel (Advanced level) Learning and Mysteries of the Inwardly Salook. Reading this proves a Water of Life for a thirsty Seeker!
At the end, we tell the method of offering Dawat on Graves: the person, who wants of offer Dawat, should go to the grave of a Saint, Wali, Martyr, Ghaus or Qutab at night and say Salaam on his grave according to the accepted Islamic way. Then he should offer Fatiha and Darood for that People of Grave (Ahl e Qabr). The sequence for this is this that first he should read Darood Shareef, then Surah Al Fatiha and then Darood Shareef again. Then he should read Surah Al Ikhlaas for three times and offer the Sawaab of this recitation to the Roohani. Then he should walk around the grave and call Azaan same as is called in Masjid for inviting Muslims to come for Assalaat (Prayers). He should start Azaan near the head-side of the grave when his face is towards Qiblah and should end it when he reaches near the head-side. Then he should address Roohani:
Yaa abdullahi qum be izni-Allahi um-dudnee fee sabee-lil-Allahi
Roohani attends him at once. The sign of presence of Roohani near him is this that the grave will shake and it will be felt shaking and awe and Jalaal is emitted out of the grave and he will feel terror in seeing the grave. Thenceforth, the Executor of Dawat (People-of-Dawat) should sit near the grave and start Dawat through the Holy Quran and recite all that much he remembers. The best thing to read for Dawat on grave is the Surah Al Muzzammil (78), Surah Yaseen (36), Surah Al-Mulk (67) and Surah Inna Fatahna (Al Fath 48). The most suitable Dawat is through Surah Al Muzzammil (78). Hence, he should read it for eleven times. When the signs and traces of the attention and presence of the Roohani are evident, the person reading Dawat (Ahl e Dawat) should turn attentive towards Roohani through Muraqiba or should lie on ground nearby. The Roohani will come at once and will give him happy news or signal of the accomplishment of the difficult task (which for which he has offered Dawat on grave). Signs and hints of the arrival of Roohani are these that either a lamenting feeling overcomes the reader of Dawat and he will involuntarily start weeping and crying or he will hear voices of 'tan tan' from his right and left ears.
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