The Pak Month Ramadan is the holy month of fasting from dawn to dusk and offering our prayers to the almighty. So Reach out to your friends, family and loved ones with our warm and wonderful month. When the month of Ramadan begins, Muslims enter into a period of discipline and worship fasting during the day, and praying throughout the day and night. During Ramadan, special evening prayers are conducted during which long portions of the Qur’an are recited.
During the Standard of the prayer, long sections of the Quran Pak are Read. One thing is the best of this month that when do not eat and drink for our Almighty Allah Pak and Allah Pak gives us the Rewards and Blessing 10 time more than normal days. So we should that we do the prayers and try to the Maximum Ibadaat in this month if we want maximum rewards. Here are providing some Ibadaat and prates for the Holy month of Ramadan.
The Holy Prophet Muhammad (s) and his infallible progeny (as), who represent the perfect Manifestations of the All-Merciful, and sincerely pray to the All-Merciful Lord to accept the offering. This humble attempt should be taken as a point of ascent to the meanings of other supplications narrated from the Holy Prophet (s) and his infallible progeny (as).
When reciting any supplication, one should never limit oneself to the periphery but should struggle for the center and the spirit. Our initial journey would be ‘the journey of thought and concept’ but this should lead us to overhaul ourselves and ‘comprehend the kernel of prayer. May Almighty All?h assist all of us before we lose the priceless opportunity of this transient life.
Walhamdu lillahi Rabbi’l ‘Alamin
And All praises belong solely to Allah, the Lord of the Universe
Utterly destitute to the All-Affluent
Ab? Muhammad Zaynu’l ‘Abidin
Sha‘ban al-Mu‘azzam 1423
From the heavenly atmosphere of the neighborhood of Hadrat Fatima Ma‘suma (as), may the Almighty imbue our hearts with intense love for her, and may He Grace us with her intercession.
In the Name of All?h, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful All Praise belongs to All?h, Lord of the Worlds, and the good outcome belongs to the pious; may All?h bless His chosen elite ones, the choicest from among those whom He favors – the manifestation of His kindness to the world, namely Muhammad (s) and his Pure Progeny (as).
In the Qur’?n, All?h (swt) says: “When My servants ask about Me, I am indeed close to them. I listen to the prayer of every supplicant, when he calls on Me.”(al-Qur’?n 2:186)
In this day and age of strife, perplexity and confusion, it is all the more necessary that we ‘call’ on All?h (swt) to protect us from the trials and tribulations of the modern era. The supplications taught to us by the A’immah (as) are indeed the best way to call upon All?h (swt).
While it is true that ritualistic recitations of supplications taught to us by the A’immah (as) have always been a significant part of our program of worship (‘ib?dah), on a daily basis, we hardly ever pause to ponder upon the profound pronouncement we utter by way of the Du‘?.
The Blessed Prophet (s) has said, “All?h does not answer the supplication of a heedless heart,” and what that thought in mind, the present volume, Manifestations of the All-Merciful, by Shaykh Muhammad Khalfan, is a welcome addition to the corpus of literature on the commentaries of the commonly recited supplications as this work goes beyond the translation and a brief explanation of the words of the Du‘?. This volume is a wonderful exposition of the richness of such supplications.