Dalail ul Khairat 59-1S

SKU: 59-1S

Size: 0.00 x 0.00 x 0.00 CM
Binding: Shaneel(Sweet Cloth)
Paper Quality: Art Paper
Sale price Rs.450.00


Dalail ul Khairat (also spelled Dalail al-Khayrat), translated as The Waymarks of Benefits or The Guide to Good Deeds is a revered book of Islamic prayers and blessings authored by the Moroccan Sufi and scholar Muhammad ibn Sulaiman al-Jazuli in the 15th century. It is primarily a collection of salawat or blessings upon the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him), and has been an influential and widely read devotional text within the Muslim world for centuries.The book is structured in a way that guides the reader through a series of supplications and invocations, meticulously crafted to facilitate the reader connection with the divine and cultivate a deep love and reverence for the Prophet. Each chapter, known as a section or bab is dedicated to specific blessings and prayers, often with detailed descriptions of their spiritual benefits and virtues. The beauty of Dalail ul Khairat lies in its poetic language and its emphasis on the transformative power of invoking blessings upon the Prophet, believed to bring about divine mercy, spiritual illumination, and personal tranquility.Dalail ul Khairat is not only a devotional manual but also an important cultural artifact reflecting the rich tradition of Islamic spirituality and the central role of the Prophet in the lives of Muslims. It is traditionally recited individually or in groups, particularly on special occasions or in times of need. The book enduring popularity and widespread use in various Islamic communities underscore its profound impact as a source of spiritual nourishment and a means of attaining closeness to allah through the love and remembrance of the Prophet Muhammad.Overall Dalail ul Khairat is cherished as a spiritual treasure that continues to inspire and guide generations of Muslims in their devotional practices, fostering a deep and abiding love for the Prophet and a commitment to living a life of piety and devotion.

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