Tag: <span>Supplications</span>

Ziyarat Salamullahe Kamelut Taam…

Shaykh Abbas Qummi has brought his ziyarat in Mafatihul Jinan, page 215 (Urdu edition) from the book Kalematut Tayyab. Sayyed Ibne Tawoos has brought this ziyarat in his book Kashful Hujjah, page 194 in which he advises his son to recite this ziyarat. Hazrat Ayatollah Mirza Mohammed Faqeeh has reported this ziyarat in his book, Fauze’ Akbar, page 59-60. (more…)

Ziyarat Nahiyah

Of the several prescribed Ziyarat of Imam Husayn (as), Ziyarat Nahiyah has a special place as it is recited by Imam Mahdi (as) himself. One of the most important features of this Ziyarat is that through different phrases, Imam Mahdi (as) describes the events of Ashura and the agony that Imam al-Husayn (as) and his family faced on that horrific and ominous day. This ziyarat is like Imam Mahdi (as) has himself recited a marsiyah for his grandfather. (more…)

Brief Exegesis of Ziyarat Nahiyah

Shaheed-e-Mehraab, Maulana Sayyed Mohammed Jafar Saheb Zaidi (ra) who expired in 28 Zilhajj 1400 AH (November 7, 1980) in Lahore. After a brief sermon he wrote, This Ziyarat is actually a gift for Islam and homage paid by Imam Mahdi (as) to his beloved, oppressed grandfather, the fifth companion of the cloak,  Sayyed ash-Shohada (as). It is an elegy and a lamentation in the form of a salutation in which Imam (as) depicts the heartrending afflictions of Imam Husayn (as). (more…)

Ziyarat Ale Yaseen

While Allah (s.w.t.) has conveyed His salaam upon the previous prophets in Quran, He has granted a special status only and only to the Holy Prophet (sawa) in that He (swt), along with Holy Prophet (sawa), has also conveyed salaam upon the family of the Holy Prophet (sawa) in Quran. In Surah Saffat, verse 130, Allah says, Salamun Ala Ale Yaseen (salaam upon the family of the Prophet (sawa)). This verse is the first sentence of this ziyarat. (more…)

Resources: Duas, Namaz and Ziyarats of Imam Mahdi (as)

Duas, Namaz and Ziyarats are an integral part of the teachings of the Holy Prophet of Islam (sawa) and the Ahle Bayt (as). For each of these, one can supplicate in His own language and his own words. However it is recommended to turn to Allah through the words of Holy Prophet (sawa) and the Imams (as). Indeed they are the chosen servants of Allah, those through whom he chose to reach His message to mankind. (more…)

Our Duties – Reciting Ziyarats of Imam Mahdi (as)

Every religion and community recommends a general or specific greeting before starting any conversation. This greeting is like a practice which everyone is commonly expected to adhere to. Islam has also put a lot of emphasis that when Muslims meet, either in person or communicate with each other through letters or any other medium, they should first convey “salaam” (peace) to each other or in other words effectively pray for peace upon the other. (more…)