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New Flexicover edition with ribbon bookmark. Stronger binding and paper. Printed in Turkey. Includes latest revisions.
"Khalid Baig's writing is indeed inspiring. The Accepted Whispers is no exception. It is a source of immense solace; an orchard lush with spritual harmony. This is essential reading for the young and the old." --- Maulana Ebrahim Bham, Jamiatul Ulama, Transvaal, South Africa
Du'a (supplication) is the essence of worship. It is the weapon of the believer. With it we can never fail; without it we can never succeed. It is a whispering conversation with Allah, the most uplifting, liberating, empowering, and transforming conversation one can ever have.
This book contains more than 200 du'as from the Qur'an and Hadith in Arabic for daily reading, along with their transliteration, translation, and commentary in English. The commentary explains historic background, meanings, merits, and special significance of the du'a in question.
This selection was originally compiled by Mawlana Ashraf Ali Thanawi under the title Munajaat-e-Maqbul. Like his Bihishti Zewar (Heavenly Ornaments), it has been very popular in the countries of the Indian subcontinent, where it has become a household name. This edition aims at making it accessible to the English-speaking world.
Mawlana Ashraf Ali Thanawi (1280-1362 AH/1863-1943 CE), commonly referred to as Hakim al-Ummat ("Sage of the Ummah"), was a giant among the Islamic scholars of the twentieth century. He was a master in all branches of Islamic scholarship including Qur'an, Hadith, Fiqh and Tasawwuf. A prolific writer, he had more than a thousand publications to his credit. He wrote for the minimally literate as effectively as he did for scholars. Nearly a century later some of his books remain as popular as they were when originally published. Mufti Muhammad Taqi Usmani writes, "The likeness of his accomplishments is not found in many preceding centuries."
Khalid Baig is a writer on Islam and contemporary issues and the author of First Things First: For Inquiring Minds and Yearning Hearts (2004).
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