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Dalayl al-Khayrat

Dala\'il al-Khayrat : Guide to Happiness HB
Dala'il al-Khayrat : Guide to Happiness HB
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Details:  Dala'il al-Khayrat - Guide to Happiness : A Manual to Prayer,
[A5] Hardback - 336 pages, Back in Stock,
by Imam al-Jazuli,
Translated by Rev. John B. Pearson,
Edited by Nazir Naqshbandi B.A.(Hons) M.A.LLB.
Complete Arabic & English Text





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                  O' Allah,
                  Favour us Thy Mercy
                  To understand and recite Dalail al-Khayrat
                  On a Daily Basis throughout our lives,
                  For the sake of Our Beloved Prophet Muhammad,
                  Peace and blessings be upon him,
                  And make us so privileged
                  That He looks upon us with his holy lights,
                  And cleanses our Hearts
                  To make us suitable to be with Him
                  In Thy Glorious Divine Presence,
                  And look to Thy Holy Countenance
                  In the Company of our Beloved Holy Prophet
                  On the Day of Resurrection.


                                                                               Amin. ---Nazir Naqshbandi.



Dalayl al-Khayrat was written by the Shadhili shaykh Imam Muhammad al-Jazuli (d. 870/1465), May Allah be pleased with him. It is a celebrated manual of Blessings (Salawat / Durood) upon the Beloved Prophet Muhammad, Salla Allahu ta'ala 'alayhi wa 'aalaihi wa Sallam. The Arabic text is clear with full tashkeel (vowels) and is easy to read (especially for non-Arabic Speakers).



This publication is split into 3 sections for your convenience. They are as follows :



      ***Section A : Editor's narration, critical appraisal and introduction,
      ***Section B : The Complete Dalayl al-Khayrat, Arabic with English translation,
      ***Section C : Useful Appendices.



English translation is beautifully presented in black ink with the words ''Allah'' & ''Muhammad'' in Green. [see larger image below]. Also included are some couplets from Qasidah al-Burdah (The Poem of the Cloak or Mantle) at the end and at the beginning of some chapters.




Original translation by: Rev John B. Pearson, Exeter, England.
Edited with introduction by:  Nazir Naqshbandi B.A.(Hons) M.A. LLAB with a life of Al-Jazuli.


Directions for using the Book from the Arabic by A G Ellis of the British Museum
Published by:  Paak Company, Lahore Pakistan.







Table of Contents :


Section A : The Translation

---[1]. Acknowledgements,
---[2]. Photostat of the original title page as printed in Oxford in 1907,
---[3]. On obtaining the translation of Dalayl al-Khayrat,
---[4]. Introduction by the translator,
---[5].Sketches :
------a). Holy House at Makkah,
------b). Holy House of the Prophet at Madina Munawarrah,
---[6]. Editor's critical appraisal of the translation.


Section B :

---An Advice,
---[1]. The Opening of Devotional Recitation - Guide to Happiness,
---[2]. The Beautiful Names of Allah,
---[3]. The Opening Supplication to be recited after the Beautiful Names of Allah,
---[4]. Preface,
------a). About the Author,
------b). The design and name of this work,
------c). On the Graces of Prayer to the Prophet, blessings & peace of Allah be on him,
---[5]. The 201 Names of Our Master Muhammad, blessings & peace of Allah be on him,
---[]. The Supplication to be recited after the Noble Names of the Holy Prophet, blessings & peace of Allah be on him,
---[7]. The description of the Blessed Precinct in which the Prophet is interred, blessings & peace of Allah be on him,
------and his two Companions: Abu Bakr and Umar, the favour of Allah be on them.

The Dalayl al-Khayrat :

---[8]. The First Part to be Read on Monday,
---[9]. The Second Part to be Read on Tuesday,
---[10]. The Third Part to be Read on Wednesday,
---[11]. The Fourth Part to be Read on Thursday,
---[12]. The Fifth Part to be Read on Friday,
---[13]. The Sixth Part to be Read on Saturday,
---[14]. The Seventh Part to be Read on Sunday,
---[15]. The Eighth Part to be Read on Monday.

---[16]. Four Blessings of great merit to be recited fourteen times on Monday,
---[17]. Verses ascribed to the author,
---[18]. Recitation of Surah Fatiha for the author,
---[19]. The Supplication which is the 'Seal of the Guide to Happiness' to be read on Monday.


Section C : Appendices,

---Appendix I   - Life of Imam al-Jazuli, by A.G.Ellis of the British Museum,
---Appendix II  - Translation of the Introduction - Prefixed to the Dalayl al-Khayrat in the edition lithographed in Cairo 1281AH / 1864CE. by A.G.Ellis (British Museum).
---Appendix III - Transliterated Names of Allah the Almighty as given in the text of Dalayl al-Khayrat,
---Appendix IV - Transliterated Names of the Holy Prophet Muhammad, blessings & peace of Allah be on him, as given in the text of Dalayl al-Khayrat.
---Appendix V  - Dalayl al-Khayrat : A Treasure of Divine Love,
---Appendix VI - Popularity of Dalayl al-Khayrat in Central Asia and the Ottoman Empire,
------Colour Images of the Shrine of Imam al-Jazuli,
---Appendix VII - What motivated Imam al-Jazauli to compile Dalayl al-Khayrat,
---Appendix VIII - Imam al-Jazuli's location and country,
---Appendix  IX - A Tale of Two Cities,
---Appendix   X -  Imam al-Jazuli's Order of Tariqat,
---Appendix  XI - Map of Morocco.

---Images of Calligraphy.




 

 



[Sub-Continent Print]

Hardback | Arabic - English Translation.
336 Pages with extensive appendices.






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