Qaseeda Burdah with commentary, [URDU Book].Hardback - 424 pages,Written by Imam al-Busairi.About the Qasida Burda:Qasīda al-Burda (Arabic: قصيدة البردة, "Poem of the Mantle") is an ode of praise for the Beloved Prophet Muhammad, May Allah bless him and grant him peace, composed by the eminent Sufi Imām Ṣālih Sharaf ad-Dīn Abū `Abd Allāh Muḥammad ibn Ḥasan al-Būṣīrī (1212-1296) of Egypt. The poem, whose actual title is al-Kawākib ad-Durrīya fī Madḥ Khayr al-Barīya ("Celestial Lights in Praise of the Best of Creation"), is famous throughout the Muslim world.Sunni Muslims have traditionally venerated the verses. The poem is memorised and recited in congregations, and its verses decorate the walls of public buildings and mosques. This poem decorated the Prophet's Mosque in Madinah for centuries but was erased but for two lines under the Saudi dynasty. Some Muslims believe that, if recited with love and devotion, the Burdah can cure diseases and purify hearts. Over 90 commentaries have been written on this poem and it has been translated into Persian, Urdu, Turkish, Berber, Punjabi, English, French, German, Sindhi, Norwegian and numerous other languages.The Burda is divided into 10 chapters and 160 verses. Interspersing the verses is the refrain, "My Master, descend peace and blessings continuously and eternally on Your Beloved, the Best of All Creation" (Arabic: مولاي صلي و سلم دائما أبدا على حبيبك خير الخلق كلهم). Each verse ends with the Arabic letter mīm, a style called mīmīya. The 10 chapters of the Burda comprise.• On Lyrical Love Yearning,• On Warnings about the Caprices of the Self,• On the Praise of the Prophet,• On his Birth,• On his Miracles,• On the Exalted Stature and Miraculous Merits of the Qur’an,• On the Ascension of the Prophet,• On the Chivalrous Struggle of Allah’s Messenger,• On Seeking Intercession through the Prophet,• On Intimate Discourse and the Petition of One’s State. This book does not contain any English.