The Golden Sayings of Huzoor Hafiz-e Millat By Hazrat Allama Sayed Aleemuddin Misbahi

Tomb of Hafiz-E-Millat

Huzoor Hafiz-e Millat, Ustaad ul-Ulama, Hadrat Allama Maulana Hafiz Abdul Aziz Muhaddith Mubarakpur (Rahmatullahi Alaih) left this mundane world in 1976 A.D. He is the founder of the Al-Jamiatul Ashrafia Arabic University, Mubarakpur. Those people who saw Hadrat in their life and spent time with him all testify that he led a very humble and quiet life. Whenever he spoke, it was straight to the point. He did not speak of unnecessary things, backbite or complain about anything. Even those who were against him had their name taken by him with respect. Below are a few golden saying of Huzoor Hafiz-e Millat (Rahmatullahi alaih):


• In reality, work is life and uselessness is death

• Become a person of work, for work elevates a man’s status

• Work on earth, rest beneath

• Man was created for work. He who is useless is worse than the dead.

• According to me, the answer for every opposition is work.

• Lecturing is the easiest, more difficult than that is teaching, and the most difficult is writing.

• Wealth is a blessing from Allah, but a blessing greater than that is an eagerness to spend it in the path of Allah.

• He who fears Allah fears none.

• An intelligent man is he who learns from experiences of others, and not to create experiences for others.

• Unity is life, division is death.

• Worthy of respect is he, whose clothes are simple and heart is full of knowledge.

• To waste time is the greatest loss.

• Religious or worldly work depends on good health.

• He is not made unhappy who strives in work.

• One should not sit in such a place from where you have to move.

• A sense of responsibility is the greatest asset.

• A successful student is he who, along with knowledge, attains good actions from his teacher.

• No work should be done for fame. Doing the work will achieve fame anyway.

• A Muslim is he who obeys Allah and His Rasool (Sall Allahu alaihi wasallam)

• The teachers of a Madrasah should not consider themselves as staff, but servants.

• Besides Islamic knowledge, respect can be gained from worldly knowledge.

• A Darul Uloom building without education being parted is just a building.

• Time is of great value, to waste it is stupidity.

• Student life should be strict, as the habits obtained at this point are forever.

• Salaah is in reality that which is performed with congregation, otherwise along it is only an obligatory act.

• To seek easiness is the destruction of life.

• To follow the successful leads to success.

• The success of a Muslim is dependent on the fear of Allah.

• He who places his trust on Allah is of high regard in both worlds.

• Even if one has to give his life for Islam, he should do so firmly without turning back.

• A life is that which comes to the aid of others.

• To laugh out loudly is not the conduct of a Mu’min (believer).

• The life of the heart is Zikr.

• The love of Rasoolullah (Sall Allahu alaihi wasallam) is the love of Allah.

• To depend on Allah is everything.

• The running of a Madrassah is a difficult task. The mind and spirit should be one for it.

• Those who stop fearing Allah fear the entire world.

• One should seek such a teacher who has both knowledge and practice.

• With prayer one should be aware of the prohibited. Without this, one cannot obtain fruits.

• Look at the good of others, and the short-comings of yourself.

• I look at the good of others, not their short-comings.

The Life History Of Hazrat Shaikh Makhdum Ali Al Mahimi (Qutb-e-Kokan) rehmatullahi alaih



The Life History Of
Hazrat Shaikh Makhdum Ali Paro
Qutb-ul- Aqtab Qutb-e-Kokan, Al-Mahaimi

of Mumbai

(May Allah Sanctify His Soul)

Compiled By

Mohammad Abdullah Mama Paro

Qaisary, Makhdumi, Niyazi, Fakhri, Nizami, Kalimi,
Chishti, AL- Mahaimi

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Allah Almighty made the Holy Ka’bah as Qibla to fulfil the Holy Prophet’s Salla Allahu ta’ala’alayhi wa sallam desire

[Surah al Baqarah 2:144] We observe you turning your face, several times towards heaven (O dear Prophet Mohammed – peace and blessings be upon him); so We will definitely make you turn (for prayer) towards a qiblah which pleases you; therefore now turn your face towards the Sacred Mosque (in Makkah); and O Muslims, wherever you may be, turn your faces (for prayer) towards it only; and those who have received the Book surely know that this is the truth from their Lord; and Allah is not unaware of their deeds. (Allah seeks to please the Holy Prophet – peace and blessings be upon him.) – Kanzul Iman English

Tafsir Noor-ul-Irfan english

1. It was the desire of the Holy Prophet Salla Allahu ta’ala’alayhi wa sallam that the Holy Ka’bah becomes the new Qibla of the Muslims. Once, while in Salaah the Holy Prophet Salla Allahu ta’ala’alayhi wa sallam looked skywards instead of towards the earth eagerly awaiting the revelation for the changing of the Qibla. At this stage he was given the glimpse of the forthcoming change. This verse suggests that the change of Qibla was the expressed wish of the Holy Prophet Salla Allahu ta’ala’alayhi wa sallam If Allah Almighty can make the Holy Ka’bah as Qibla to fulfil the Holy Prophet’s Salla Allahu ta’ala’alayhi wa sallam desire it is certain that Read the rest of this entry »

A Call For Justice by Hazrat ‘Allama Maulana Arshadul Qadri rehmatullahi alaih


Allah – In The Name Of The Most Gracious, The Most Merciful.

This book is written for all of those:

  • Who sincerely want to understand the differences between the scholars of the Ahle Sunnah School and the scholars of the Deobandi School and who wish to remove the real obstacles towards unification.
  • Who in their private meetings, address these serious and principled differences as (1) a deceit of the Maulvis, (2) a means of making money, (3) a way of making a living etc., – and who receive applause from the people, for expressing such thoughts.
  • Who, despite being highly educated, consider making attempts at understanding and removing such differences as a waste of time.
  • Who consider the differences between the Ahle Sunnah scholars and the Deobandi scholars, as merely trivial or secondary.
  • Who spend their scholarly and research capabilities in clarifying and interpreting the insolent writings of the Deobandis. (Perhaps religion will remain incomplete without such explanations!)
  • Who consider researching the differences between the Ahle Sunnah and Deobandi scholars just a waste of time, whereas at the same time they are the most zealous advocators of unification!
  • Who consider that Teejah (meals for the poor on the third day of passing away of a Muslim), Daswaan (meals for the poor on the tenth day of passing away of a Muslim), Chaleeswan (meals for the poor on the fortieth day of passing away of a Muslim), and visits to mausoleums are the actual differences between the Ahle Sunnah scholars and Deobandi scholars.
  • Who consider the publication and sale of literature based on blasphemous and insolent writings, as the most important service to Islam!
  • Who feel uneasy at the mention of religious differences, but who spend all their physical and monetary resources in tolerating and solving with elegance all their official problems and business affairs.
  • Who advise that as per the circumstances, disputed writings & problems should not be discussed – but do not render this advice to the institutions that are ceaselessly publishing such literature.
  • Who term the issues of (a) Respecting our Holy Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him), (b) The status of the Holy Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him), (c) The attributes of the Holy Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him), (d) Veneration of the Companions and of the members of the family of the Holy Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him), (e) Sainthood and (f) other Islamic issues, as “Sectarianism” perpetrated by the Ahle Sunnah school of thought – and in this way such persons intentionally or unintentionally support infidelity and heresy.
  • Who understand the real causes of the differences and have the true spirit of presenting a program on the national (or international) level, through which the wide gulf of differences can be bridged and an initiative can be taken towards unification.

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Respect Of The Things Associated With The Holy Prophet Sallalaho Alaihi Wasallam

Sacred relics

The things, which are connected, linked or associated to the blessed and the Holy Prophet salla allahu ta’ala’alayhi wa sallam , should also be regarded as sacred and must be respected. As their respect is, actually the Respect of our Prophet Peace is upon him.

Hazrat Qadi Iyaad alaihi Rahmah states, The respect of the Messenger is, in addition, that you should respect things around him. The things, which were linked or attached to the Prophet , the places he went to in Macca Sharif and in Madina Sharif, should be honoured and respected. The places he stayed, all those things that were touched by the Prophets hand or those things that were touched by his body and everything, which is called by his name, all these things, should be regarded as sacred and must be respected. (Ash-Shifa Sharif)

That is why the companions, Tabaeen, Tab-e-Tabaeen, and all the Scholars (Radiallaho Taala alayhim Ajmaeen) would always respect the things, which were associated with the Prophet . To prove this some events are written down below

Hazrat Ibn-e-Sirrin Radiallahu Taala Anhu states, I informed Hazrat Ubaidah Radiallahu Taala Anhu that I had some of the blessed hairs of the Messenger of Allah , which were given to me by Hazrat Anas Radiallahu Taala Anhu. After hearing this he said If I receive a single hair of my Prophet (Sallallahu Alaihi wa Sallam) , it would be more beloved to me than anything in this world (Bukhari Sharif)

Hazrat Safiya states Hazrat Abu Mahzura Radiallahu Taala Anhu who was one of the Prophets Muazzin (the person who calls out the Azaan). The hair of his blessed Head was Read the rest of this entry »

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