Points Of Tabligh
Maulana Muhamamd Ilyas
Translated from Urdy by Maulana Sadruddin Amir Ansari
Paperback 69 Pages A5
These are the six fundamental principles of Tabligh, discussed in a very simple and persuasive style by the well the founder of the Tabligh movement, Maulana Muhammad Ilyas (rahimahullah)
The reader will be enlightened by progressing through the lessons dealing with kalimah, Salah, Dhikr, sincerity of intentions, Ikram-E-Muslim and spending spare time in the path of Allah
Tablighi Movement was started by
Maulana Muhammad Ilyas (1886-1994) in 1927 among the Meos of Mewat region south
of Delhi, India. This movement was a response to degeneration and degradation of
the Muslims in India. The maulana had realised that the Muslims were drifting
away from the basics of Islam so there was a need for a teaching vehicle aimed
at the vary basics
His Motto was 'Aye Musalmano, Musalman bano' (Muslims, become Muslims). He began reforming them through six basic articles:
Understanding the true Meaning and Purpose of the first Kalimah (there is no god
but Allah and Muhammad is His messenger),
2) Salah (Namaz) (offering five-times daily prayers)
3) Ilm (acquiring knowledge) & Dhikr (remembrance of Allah)
4) Ikram-e-Muslim (respect for Muslim)
5) Ikhlas-e-Niyat (faithful intention) and
6) Tabligh (spreading the message of Allah) Enjoining the Good and Forbidding the Evil
The Tabligh Movement is Probably the Largest Organised Muslim Movement in the World Today, it's yearly Ijtema's (Gatherings) can attract hundreds of thousands of people.
ALTHOUGH Most TabligH members are Indian, Pakistani or Bangladeshi, but the Ijtema now attracts believers from the Middle East, Turkey, and from as far afield as Japan, western Europe and north America.
About The Author
Sheikh ul Hadith Maulana Zakaria Khandalvi : He was born in the village of Kandhla (in Uttar Pradesh, India) on Ramadan 1315 AH (1898 CE).
His full name was Muhammad Zakariyya ibn Muhammad Yahya ibn Muhammad Isma‘il, and his lineage continues all the way back to Abu Bakr (may Allah be pleased with him), the great Companion of the Messenger (upon him be peace).
He spent 55 years teaching Ahaadith. of which 45 years were spent in teaching Bukhari Sharif.As an author he wrote many important books. Awjazul-Masaalik, commentary of Muatta Imam Malik in fifteen volumes and La’miud-Dirari, commentary of Sahih-al-Bukhari, consisting of over ten volumes. He has also written a compilation of books on virtues in various different subjects,
In the last century, India has undoubtedly become an important center for the study of hadith, and the scholars of India have become well-known for their passion for religious knowledge. Upon them ended the era of leadership in teaching hadiths, codification of the special fields (funun) of hadith, and commentary upon its texts (mutun).
He was given the honorary title of Shaykh al-Hadith, or “Great Scholar of Hadith,” by his teacher, Shaykh Khalil Ahmad Saharanpuri, who recognized his deep insight, clear-sightedness, and extensive knowledge of hadith and related sciences.
Maulana Zakariya Died in 1402 AH (1982)
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