Prayers from the Qur'an & Sunnah
Daily Prayers for the Entire Month (Divided into 29 Manzils)
Compiler : Sheikh Ali Bin Sultaan Muhammad Al-Qaari (Mullah Ali al Qari)
Paperback with plastic cover 342 Pages
Publisher : Zam Zam Publishers
About The Book
Easy to read Arabic (Persian or the common Indo/Pak) Script is used so as to make it easier to read for the non Arabic Speakers.
The universally accepted traditional prayers have a status beyond compare; because the prayers which Allah has revealed, either in the Qur'an or by inspiring them as a direct, first person communication from Allah, or by a hidden revelation, spoken by the Prophet or taught to some of his Companions, are by definition more acceptable to Allah:
MullahAli Qari has said in his preface : "If you read this compilation daily, it is very good. If that is not possible, then it should be read weekly, or monthly, or even once a year; and if even that is not possible then at least once in a lifetime."
Previously this anthology was published with the ‘duas’ divided into seven days, for each day of the week.
This division was not one which Mullah Ali Qari had done himself as is apparent from his words, but was done at some later stage.
As people, sometimes, are not able to read the entire collection of ‘duas’ in seven days, this Al-Hizb-ul-A'zam has been divided into 29 Manzils’, one for each day of the month. Every Manzil starts with the ‘Hamd’ followed by the Durood’ and then other ‘duas’. The order has been changed, but nothing has been added to, or removed from the original text.
Maktabt-uI-Bushrah 1st Ramzan-ul-Mubarak 1427 A.H
From The Preface
The Author has gathered together Prayers from Authentic Hadith and other famous classical works such as Hisn-e-Haseen (Juzri), Al Adhkar (Nawawi), Al Kalim Ut Tayyib and Al-Jami'in and ad-Durr (Imam Suyuti, Al Qawl ul Badi (Imam Sakhavi)
This work has earned great popularity in the Muslim world; and almost became a part of the daily ritual for all.
About The Author
'Ali ibn Sultan Muhammad al-Qari (d.1014/1605), popularly known as Mulla 'Ali al-Qari. He was born in Herat, Iran, where he received his basic Islamic education.
Thereafter, he travelled to Makkah al-Mukarramah and studied under the celebrated scholar Shaykh Ahmad ibn Hajar Haythami Makki. Mulla 'Ali al-Qari eventually decided to remain in Makkah al-Mukarramah where he taught, died and was laid to rest.
One of the great Hanafi masters of hadith and Imams of fiqh, Qur'anic commentary, language, history and tasawwuf, he authored several great commentaries such as al-Mirqat on Mishkat al-masabih in several volumes, a two-volume commentary on Qadi `Iyad's al-Shifa', and a two-volume commentary on Ghazali's abridgment of the Ihya entitled `Ayn al-`ilm wa zayn al-hilm (The spring of knowledge and the adornment of understanding).
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