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Mizar of My Master, Murshid, Molayi, Owner of my Heart, Soul and Body, Ocean of Allah's Love, Shamsul Auliya, Lover and Beloved of the Prophet (SAW), Imam of Auliya Allah, Sayyedina Maulana Jalal Ud Din Rumi Rehmatullah Aleh


Whenever you enter a turbe/mizar/grave of a Prophet, Sahabi or a Wali Allah please

do not turn your back towards them while leaving. It is extremely disrespectful. They

are all friends and lovers of Allah. The angels present there send lanat (curse) on

you. Instead of leaving with barakat (blessings) you will come back with a lanat



Anyone who will look at my grave while believing in my vilayet, jannah (paradise) will become vajib (compulsory) for him. Sayyedina Maulana Jalal ud din Rumi (REHMATULLAH ALAIH)


Sayyedina Umar (Radi Allahu ta'ala Anhu) said:

“I heard the Beloved Prophet (Salla Allahu ta'ala Alayhi wa Sallam) saying

"Among Allāh’s servants there are some who are neither prophets nor martyrs but on the Day of Judgement the prophets and the martyrs will envy their grades. The Companions asked: ‘O Messenger of Allāh, tell us, who are those people?’ He replied: ‘those are the people who love one another on Allāh’s count. They are neither related to one another nor do they have any property to exchange. I swear on Allāh that they will have faces of light, they will be on pulpits of light. They will not have any fear when others will be afraid, they will not have any grief when others will be aggrieved.’ Then he recited the verse: Beware! No doubt, there is no fear for the friends of Allāh nor shall they be sad and sorrowful. "

[Qur’ān (Yūnus, Jonah) 10:62.]
Abū Dāwūd, Sunan, b. of ijārah (wages) 3:288


Allah Most High says: "He who is hostile to a friend of Mine I declare war against him. My slave approaches Me with nothing more beloved to Me than what I have made obligatory upon him, and My slave keeps drawing nearer to Me with voluntary works until I love him. And when I love him, I am his hearing with which he hears, his sight with which he sees, his hand with which he seizes, and his foot with which he walks. If he asks me, I will surely give to him, and if he seeks refuge in Me, I will surely protect him"

(Sahih Bukhari - Fath al-Bari, 11.340 41, hadith 6502)


Imam Abu Nu'aym al-Asbahani relates a Hadith in his Magnum Opus "Hilyat-ul-Awliya":

On the authority of Abdullah Ibn Mas'ud, may Allah be well pleased with him, the Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him, said:

"Allah Almighty has created three hundred people, whose hearts are like that of Adam, and He created forty people whose hearts are like Moses. He also created seven people whose hearts are like that of Abraham, and he created five people with a heart like that of Gabriel, and three people with a heart like that of Mika'il and only one person with a heart like that of Rafa'il (Raphael). When such a person dies, Allah Almighty will replace him with one of the three. When one of such three dies, Allah Almighty will replace him with one of the five. When one of the seven dies, Allah Almighty will replace him with one of the forty, and when one of the forty dies, He will replace him with one of the three hundred and when one of the three hundred elite dies, Allah Almighty will replace him with someone He chooses from among the pious masses. Such a person will live among the people, and through his prayers (dua), by Allah Almighty's permission, life and death, rain and prosperity will come and calamity will be averted."

When Allah can grant filthy impurities such as garments 

and Noor, then what will he be able to give his pure servants. 

Jalalud-din Rumi (rehamtullah alaih) is at a loss of vocabulary to express

what bounties Allah grants those salikeen and murideen and

those who tread His path.........Masnevi Maulana Jalalud-din Rumi (rehmatullah alaih)

Maulana Jalaluddin Rumi (rahmatullah alaih) mentions in his Masnavi, a story of 

One day the Sultan decided to test his ministers and ordered them to crush the most prized pearl of his treasury. One by one, each of 65 ministers declined, stating that the pearl was far too valuable to be destroyed.

The King then summoned his closest and trusted courtier, Ayaaz, and ordered him to crush the pearl. Without any delay or hesitation, Ayaaz crushed the pearl into fragments. When the ministers expressed disbelief and shock at such audacity, the King asked Ayaaz to inform them as to the reason for him having broken the pearl.

In response, Ayaaz asked these ministers: “Which is more important, the Royal Decree or the pearl? “

The question we pose to ourselves is:

Which is more important, the command of my Allah or the haram desire of my heart?”

The haram desires of the heart are akin to pearls, which appear to be quite beautiful but we should not fulfill these haram desires at the cost of breaking the decrees of Allah.

Ayaaz attained closeness to the king through his loyalty and faithfulness and his obedience and submission. Similarly, we will gain the extreme nearness and intimate closeness to the King of Kings through loyalty and faithfulness. This in turn is dependent upon sincere obedience and complete submission to His decrees.

"O People, if for one moment you experience the splendour of His nearness,
You will in great earnestness submit yourself to earnest Mujahadah.
And if you should within your self see the splendour of His nearness,
You will find this world and all its pleasures tasteless and bitter."

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