Flood of Tears : New,
'Ashkon ki Barsaat,'
*Small Paperback - 48 pages,
Glimpses from the Life of Imam Abu Hanifa,
by Mawlana Ilyas Attar Qadri Razavi,
Transl. into English by Majlis e Tarajim,
Dawat e Islami, Pakistan.
Flood of Tears is the new English translation of the urdu book called 'Ashkon ke Barsaat.' In it the author Mawlana Shaykh Muhammad Ilyas Attar al-Qadiri takes the reader into brief glimpses of the pious life of Imam al-A'dham, Imam Abu Hanifa, may Allah be pleased with him.
Table of Contents :
---Flood of Tears,
---About Majlis e Tarajim,
---Excellence of Salat-‘Alan-Nabi,
---All four Imams are rightly guided,
---Glad tiding of forgiveness for Hanafis,
---Reply to Salam from the sacred tomb of Beloved Rasool,
---Glad tidings from the Beloved Rasool,
---Activities all day and night,
---Siyam for consecutive 30 years,
---Times Khatm-e-Quran (completion of Quran),
---Never seen bare-headed,
---Never stretched out his feet towards the house of teacher,
---Used to sleep putting his head on the threshold of his teacher,
---Should an apostate teacher be respected?
---Examples of backbiting committed against the teachers,
---Mud at the wall,
---Issue of putting up posters,
---Fell unconscious by the fear of Judgement Day,
---Beware, those who hurt others!
---Aversion to vain and idle talks,
---Imam e A’zam avoided beginning the conversation,
---One precedes others in conversation carries disadvantages,
---How many Madani In’amaat for whom?
---Great glad tiding for Madani In’amaat practicing Muslims,
---Supplication for enemy,
---Special favour to the one who slapped,
---Those who pardon will enter Jannah on the Day of Judgement,
---The wisest among the people of his era,
---Imam e A'zam and the blasphemer of ‘Usman-e-Ghani,
---Lost his life but never accepted governmental designation,
---Blessings of the blessed tomb of Imam e A’zam,
---Blessings of Madani Channel will continue,
---Learn the obligatory knowledge through Madani Channel,
---Madani pearls to oil and comb with respect to 19 letters, of ‘Imam-e-A’zam’s greatness.’
Dimensions : 17.2 x 11.8 cm.