A Collection of Prayers & Invocations
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Al-Wazifat al-Karimah - A Collection of Prayers and Invocations is a daily devotional that contains traditional litanies [wird] and supplications [du'ās] from the Holy Qur'ān and the Sunnah. It is a practical guide for the believer [mūmin]. If the wayfarer [sālik] sincerely applies its teachings he will traverse the stages of the path by his spiritual state so that for him knowledge is experience.
The prayers and invocations in this manual have been transmitted by A'lāhadrat Imām Ahmad Ridā Khān al-Qādirī, May Allah be pleased with him, and collated, with invocations, by Hujjat al-Islām Shaykh Hāmid Ridā Khān, May Allah be pleased with him, al-Mufti al-A'zam Shaykh Mustafā Ridā Khān, May Allah be pleased with him, and al-Mufassir al-A'zam Shaykh Ibrāhīm Ridā Khān "Jīlānī Miyā", May Allah be pleased with him. All Du'as and supplications have been taken from the Qur'an, the Sunnah or transmitted from heart to heart from the Awliya.
This indispensible handbook is a translation of al-Wazīfat al-Karīmah and includes Arabic supplications with transliteration for easy recitation and memorization. The book starts with an introduction into the essence of du'a - its importance and its power. Thereafter, the main text of Al-Wazifat al-Karimah is presented with the Arabic text coupled with the transliterationand a translation. Additional supplications have been included in the subsequent chapters followed by a Chapter on Salawat [Durud] upon the Noble Messenger, Salla Allahu ta'ala 'alayhi wa Sallam. The book ends with a chapter on the famous book on Salawat : Dala'il al-Khayrat sharif and its author.
About the Author :
Imām Ahmad Ridā Khān t (b. 1272 AH/1856 CE), alayhi ar-Rahman w'al-Ridwan, was a renowned Hanafī jurist, hadīth expert and theologian par excellence, recognized by scholars from the Islamic world to be a reviver of his era. He was a prolific writer whose legal edicts were gathered into twelve encyclopedic volumes and covered almost every science of his day.