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Management As Taught 500 Years Ago PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 10 July 2011 14:15


I was really shocked when I reviewed the subjects of management being taught by Business Management Institutions like IITs, IIMs Colleges and other schools of managements & institutions. When I go in detail about that management subjects, I was really astonished to know that what these modern IITs & IIMs are teaching about management subjects as on date, were being taught by our beloved The PromisedMehdi, Imamuna Hazrat Syed Mohammed Jaunpuri Mahdi Al Maud (AS) 500 years back.

Last Updated on Friday, 15 July 2011 05:57
Milad un Nabi SAS
Written by Shahnoor M Syed   


        Milad un Nabi SAS means the Birthday of the Prophet  SAS whose advent brought the world from the darkness of polytheism into the light of monotheism.

          Teachings of all earlier prophets were almost forgotten at the time of his arrival. Quran, the Last Book of God was revealed through him. 
He revived the universal moral values which were almost forgotten by the mankind. His advent was infact the greatest Divine Favor to the mankind.

             To remember his message and his great life which was a model for all the human beings on this day, is a way of paying our humble tributes to him.     

Why We Should Not Follow Non Mahdavi Imam??? PDF Print E-mail
Written by Syed Dilawar Ilyas   
Friday, 11 March 2011 03:44

In the Name of Allah The Beneficent and the Merciful

 We do not follow Non-Mahdavi Imam in prayers for the following reasons:-

1) Tasdeeq of Mahdi PBUH is obligatory (Farz) by the order of the Prophet PBUH.  One who accepted and one who did not accept are not same in Aqeeda (Belief). Their Salath behind each other cannot be correct  therefore prayer of a Mahdavi cannot be right behind a Non-Mehdavi.

2) Imam Mahdi PBUH Prohibited us Mahdavis from following them in prayers. We should not disobey our Imam Mahdi PBUH If we do, Allah would be displeased with us. Instead of our prayers being accepted they would be rejected by Allah and there will be a grave sin on our part.   Hence we should not fear their  majority but fear Allah the Almighty to whom we pray and keep away from their Jamath and try to form our own Jamath even if we are two or three persons. If this is not possible  there is no harm in saying our prayer alone because it would be a right prayer and is acceptable to Allah.

Last Updated on Friday, 11 March 2011 05:04
Laughter is the best Medicine PDF Print E-mail
Written by admin team   
Thursday, 27 January 2011 15:23



RIYADH – A condolence meeting organized in Riyadh Friday in remembrance of Talib Khundmiri, a renowned Urdu poet has turned into a memorable event where the melancholy mood was soon dispatched by burst of laughter.

The news of Khundmiri’s sudden death in India sent a shock wave among the members of the Indian community and enthusiasts of Urdu poetry. However, the condolence meeting that Riyadh-based Hindustani Bazm-e-Urdu hosted to pay a tribute to Khundmiri --  an Indian poet well known for his humor and satire -- consisted of seemingly unending applause and a joyous atmosphere.

Khundmiri passed away last week in India while returning to his hometown city of Hyderabad after addressing a mushaira (poetical evening) in Indian city of Pune.

Last Updated on Friday, 11 March 2011 04:51
Synopsis of Sermon of Hz Peer Wo Murshid Abulfatah Syed Nusrat Sahab Qibla Tashreefullahi on occasion of Milad Un Nabi SAS rendered into an article

Beginning: Recitation of Holy Verse from Quran:

“God did a great favor to the faithful, when he sent for them an Apostle out of their own people who recites to them Our revelations and purifies them and teaches them the Book and Wisdom and hitherto they were in rank ignorance ” (4:164)

         In this Verse, God is reminding His Favor, which He did to the believers by sending his Prophet SAS. There should be thanksgiving for this Great Favor. When we start counting the favors of God they are immense and uncountable but this specific Favor is such that it has been reminded by God Himself. Therefore, we have to thank Him for it and show our gratefulness by remembering the life, teachings and the message of the Last of all His Prophets, Hz. Muhammad Rasullah (SAS).

Last Updated on Friday, 15 July 2011 05:57
Noble Prophet Mohammed SAS PDF Print E-mail
Written by Taher Mohd. Saheb   
Sunday, 13 February 2011 14:33
Noble Prophet Mohammed SAS12th Rabi Al Awwal, Birth of Noble Prophet Mohammed SAS

 " And we have sent you (O Muhammad SAS) not but as a mercy for the Alameen [Mankind, Jinns, and all that exists (creations)]" 21:107

" Allah send his Salat (blessings / mercy etc) on the prophet (Muhammad SAS) and also his angels too (ask Allah to bless and mercy on him). O you who believe! Send your salat on (ask Allah to bless) him (SAS). And (you should) greet (salute) him with the greeting (salutations)." 33:56

" Lo! Allah and His angels shower blessings on the Prophet. O ye who believe! Ask blessings on him (SAS) and salute him (SAS) with a worthy salutation"33:56
Last Updated on Friday, 11 March 2011 04:41
Hazrat Bandagi Malik Peer Mohammad RZ PDF Print E-mail
Written by Taher Mohd. Saheb   
Monday, 23 August 2010 01:28

Ramzan 12 – URS, Hz Bandagi Miyan Malik Peer Mohammed RZ

The Urs of Hz Bandagi Miyan peer Mohammed RZ is on 12 Ramzan. He is son of Hz Bandagi Miyan Malik Illahdad Khalifa Groh RZ, belonged to the famous tribe of Bariwals, the maternal side of Hz Bandagi Miyan Syed Khundmir RZ “Siddiq-e-Vilayath”.

During his earning “kasab” days Hz Khalifa Groh RZ use to be in seclusion and for that purpose he would make excuses like going for hunting days long etc. Once Hz Khalifa Groh RZ had gone outside and during that time his wife Bibi Maimona RA delivered a boy and it happened that his children did not lived long and died in infancy. So his wife thought a vali named Imam Mehdi AS is here so let us ask him to supplicate for this infant’s long life, so she sent the infant along with the midwife in the feet of Imamuna AS.

Imamuna AS said, “Yes, for whom we supplicate perishes”.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 25 August 2010 09:52

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