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Hazrat Abdul Qadir Jilani (Allah’s mercy be on him) was a teacher as well as Shaikh of Tariqat. He took special care of students and improved the arrangement in his Jamia for the students. He provided many facilities for them and in turn made them study. He was attentive to all the students and personally taught them. Also other reputed teachers taught various other subjects. Morning session was reserved for Qur’aan, Hadis, Fiqh and Arabic literature. In the afternoons Sarf-wa-Nahw and Tajweed (Arabic grammar) was taught. In the evening between Asr and Magrib the lessons taught in the mornings were revised and students were tested. In the primary class Qur’aan was taught as a reading exercise.

All the students who graduated from Jamia acquired excellence in their field of subject. The students were advised to establish institutions in their own native places and spread Islam and root out ignorance. Many students became eminent scholars and some even became famous as saints.

    1. Shaikh Abu Muhammed bin Adul Ajaba.

    2. Shaikh Umar bin Masood Al Bazaz.

    3. Shaikh Abdul Momin bin Ali.

    4. Shaikh Umar bin Al Madan.

    5. Shaikh Abdul Rehman bin Baqa, etc.

Abu Muhammed Al Khasiab became a celebrated scholar of sarf-wa-Nahw.

Hazrat Abdul Qadir Jilani (Allah’s mercy be on him) delivered sermons thrice a week

    1. At the ldgah on Friday nights.

    2. At the madressa on Tuesday nights.

    3. At the Musafir Khana on Wednesday mornings. Many people came to hear his discourses. Every day in the mornings and afternoons, he gave lessons on Tafsir (commentary) on Qur’aan and Hadis, and principles of Islamic law. After the afternoon prayer (Zuhar) he issued fatwas (verdicts) on legal questions presented to him from all over the world. After Magrib he would break his fast and distribute food among the poor and then eat his meal. After Isha he would retire to his chamber and pass his nights in worship of Allah and prayer and zikr. He served humanity during the day and served Allah, his Creator in the night.

Hazrat Abdul Qadir Jilani (Allah’s mercy be on him) being a very learned and knowledgeable man compiled several letters (books).
    1. Al Fatha Al Rabbani. It is a collection of 60 discourses (545 AH). Many people used to note down his sermons e.g. Hazrat Afifuddin Al Mubarak. In 1251AH due to Halaku invasion many valuable works were destroyed.

    2. Futuh al Gaib. This book consists of 80 discourses. It comprises of a variety of subjects with reference to Qur’aan or Hadis. It also discusses mysticism and topics like fana (extinction), baqa (immortality), etc.

    3. Guniyat ut Talibeen. This book is based on the fatwas issued by Hazrat Abdul Qaadir Jilani (Allah’s mercy be on him) on the subjects of prayer, Hajji, Zakaat, fiqh, etc. This ethical and ritual treatise enlightens the religious aspects of prayers and observance of the tenets of islam.

    4. Hasb Basha-e-ul Khairat

    5. Jala ul Khatir.

    6. Sirrul Asrar. This booklet on Tasawwuf (mysticism and sifism) is kept in the Jamia or Madressa-e- Qadiriya at Dargah Sharif of Hazrat Abdul Qadir Jilani (Allah’s mercy be on him).

    7. Raza-ur- Rafzia. This manuscript is also on mysticism and kept in the Madressa-e-Qadiriya.

    8. Saboo Sharif

    9. Jalal ul Khatir fil Batin ul Zahir

    10. Kibriyat-e- Ahsar.

    11. Tafsir-e-Qur’aan. This commentary of the Holy Qur’aan by Hazrat Abdul Qadir Jilani (Allah’s mercy be on him) is not yet published. It is a set of 2 volumes and is lodged in the Rashid Kiram library in Tarabhas, Syria.

    12. Malfuzat. This book is a collection of the sayings of Hazrat Abdul Qadir Jilani (Allah's mercy be on him).

    13. Letters. Many letters of Hazrat Abdul Qadir Jilani (Allah's mercy be on him) to his mureeds and followers have been preserved. These letters in Persian are clear and lucid, containing personal matters, advice, affection and express mysticism. Also many quotations from the Qur’aan and Hadis have a place in these letters.

    14. Qasidah-e-Gausia. Hazrat Abdul Qadir Jilani (Allah's mercy be on him) wrote many poems in praise of Allah and Allah’s Messenger. Here he praises Allah and thanks Allah for all his benefactions on him. It explains the rank and role of Hazrat Abdul Qadir Jilani (Allah's mercy be on him). There are many spiritual benefits on reciting the Qasidah and many wishes have been fulfilled by the Grace of Allah.

    15. Divan it consists of a collection of his Persian verses. Inspite of his knowledge and position Hazrat Abdul Qadir Jilani (Allah's mercy be on him) had great faith in Allah.

He was immersed in the love of Allah but was conscious of being a true Muslim and aware of doing good and avoiding forbidden things as revealed in the Qur’aan and practices by Allah’s Messenger. He was tested by Allah and due to his complete surrender to Allah’s will he earned the nearness and pleasure of Allah. One day Satan appeared before Hazrat Abdul Qadir Jilani (Allah's mercy be on him) and introduced himself as Hazrat Jibreel (Peace be on him). He said that he had brought Buraq from Allah as Hazrat Abdul Qadir Jilani (Allah's mercy be on him) had been invited by Allah to the highest heavens. Hazrat Abdul Qadir Jilani (Allah's mercy be on him) prayed Ta-wooz i.e. A-oo-zu-bil-lah and said that the speaker was none other than Satan, as Hazrat Jibreel (Peace be on him) and Buraq could come only for Allah’s Messenger Sallallahu Alaihi wa Sallam and for no on else. Satan praised Hazrat Abdul Qadir Jilani (Allah's mercy be on him) and said the he had saved himself from Satan by his powerful knowledge. But Hazrat Abdul Qadir Jilani (Allah's mercy be on him) retorted that it was due to Allah’s Grace and not his knowledge that he had escaped from Satan’s trap.

Shaikh Ziauddin Abi Naser Musa, son of Hazrat Abdul Qadir Jilani (Allah's mercy be on him) relates that once Hazrat Abdul Qadir Jilani was wandering in the wild deserts and was without food and drink for several days. Suddenly clouds gathered and rain showered down. Hazrat Abdul Qadir Jilani quenched his thrist and thanked Allah. Soon a light appeared on the horizon and a voice said, “I approve of all your prayer and hardship and vigils that you have taken for my sake. I am Allah and reward you by making all unlawful (haraam) things lawful for you. “On hearing this Hazrat Abdul Qadir Jilani (Allah's mercy be on him) recited, “I seek the protection of Allah from Satan accursed. (“Ta-wooz). At this the light disappeared, again a voice was heard saying, “ O Abdul Qadir Jilani, your knowledge and scholarly excellence has saved you. I have deceived at least 70 saints.” Hazrat Abdul Qadir Jilani (Allah's mercy be on him) replied that he had been saved by the Grace of Allah and not by his knowledge or scholarly excellence. When Hazrat Abdul Qadir Jilani (Allah's mercy be on him) was asked how he could recognize the Satan so easily, he informed that making unlawful things lawful was inconsistent with the Shariat and wrong could not have been from Allah. Also when Haraam things were not allowed to Allah’s Messenger Sallallahu Alaihi wa Sallam then how could it be allowed to any other person. It was his deep concentration and unshakable faith in Allah and the love for Allah and Allah’s Messenger that he became close to Allah and came to be known as Mehboob-e- Subhaani. Allah accepted his prayers and fulfilled his request and when he prayed for others Allah showered His blessings on them.


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