Adhkar, Adiyah, Salawat & the Ratib

Adhkar, Adiyah and Salawat :
Including the Ratib al-Haddad,
[A5] Paperback - 307 pages,
English with Parallel Arabic,
Compiled by Ghoesain Muhammad,
by Ashnataar Publications, S. Africa.





Description

A Translation and Transliteration of Adhkar Ad'iyah and Salawat including the Ratib Al-Haddad. Compiled by Professor Ghoesain Mohamed.

 

" The prime reason for the translation and transliteration of the Adhkar, Salawat, Qasa'id and the Ad'iyah is to empower us, in order for us to understand, internalise, reflect and act on the meanings of the Qur'anic verses, the invocatory expressions of the Prophet, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, and on the inspirational invocations of our pious predecessors. 
 

This revised compilation has valuable end-notes and a glossary to explain the meanings of untranslatable Arabic words, Islamic concepts, Qur'anic quotations and Ahadith. " ----Ghoesain Muhammad.

 

Extract from the Preface

Professor Ghoesain Mohamed has done a commendable service in compiling this book of well known Muslim prayers and liturgies with English translation and transliteration. Also noteworthy is the theoretical contributions of the compiler. He introduces perspectives on the crucial practice of Dhikr not previously seen in written form. It is best left to the reader to decide for him or herself on the relevance, usefulness  and truth of those views.

The intention of the writer of course, is not to reduce the sacred practice of Dhikrullah to the more recent scientific theories of the world around us, but he clearly demonstrates the amazing leaps contemporary scientific theory has made, and the possibility it now provides, of accomodating and explaining religious phenomenon more easily than before.

 

 

 

Table of Contents

---Dedication,
---Acknowledgements.

---Introduction,
------Dhikrullah,
---Preface.

---[1]. The Science, Benefits and Dynamics of Dhikrullah,

---[2]. Preamble to the Adhkar:
-------Surah Yasin,
-------Surah al-Mulk,
-------Introductory Adhkar,
-------'Asma al-Husna.

---[3]. Ratib al-Haddad,
-------Optional Adhkar after the Ratib al-Haddad,
-------The Du'a of the Ratib al-Haddad,

---[4]. Additional Adhkar,

---[5]. The Barzanji Mawlid,
-------The First Riwayah,
-------The Second Riwayah,
-------The Third Riwayah,
-------The Fourth Riwayah.

---[6]. The Ashraqal,
-------The Ashraqal (1),
-------The Ashraqal (2).

---[7]. The Du'a after the Riwayat,

---[8]. A Universal Du'a,

---[9]. The Qasidah Burdah,
-------Qasidah,
-------Qasidah,
-------Qasidah,
-------Qasidah.

---[9]. A Du'a in English for the Deceased,

---[10]. A Du'a after Eating at the Residence of the Host,

 

---Appendix 1,
------An overview of the Ratib al-Haddad,

---Appendix 2,
------A Biography of Imam 'Abdullah 'Alawi al-Haddad, rahimahullah,

---Appendix 3,
------A Commentary on the Ratib al-Haddad,

---Appendix 4,
------Endnotes

---Appendix 5,
------Glossary.

---Appendix 6,
------Bibliography,

---Formulaic Exressions,
---Notes on Transliteration.

 

 

 

 

 


 

Dimensions : 20.5 x 14.5cm.

 

 


 

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