Al Barakatul Makkiyyah fis-Salawat an-Nabawiyyah Download pdf Draft Copy here: Barakat al Makkiyah Draft Copy
The Scent of Jannah emanated from the blessed Qabr of Shaykh Musa Ruhani al-Bazi due to this kitab!
An Amazing incident regarding the Shaykh Rahimahullah and this book.
For one year the a most beautiful scent of Jannah came forth from the blessed grave of Hadhrat Shaykh Musa Ruhani al-Bazi Rahimahullah. When one Hadhrats students saw Hadhrat in a dream inside the Rawdha Mubarak of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam. Hadhrat was looking very happy and the student enquired from Hadhrat about the beautiful scent of Jannah emanating from his blessed grave and to what was the reason for it. Hazrat replied, ” Dont you know? My kitab al Barakat al Makkiyah has been granted acceptance by Rasulullah Sallallahu Alayhi wasallam, and this is the reason for my Qabr to emanate the scent of Jannah ”
About Al Barakat Al Makkiyah. Al Barakat Al Makkiyyah is a book that comprises salat and salam upon the leader of the both worlds our master Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. In this mubarak and blessed kitab Hadhrat Syaykh Musa Ruhani al Bazi Rahimahullah has gathered 804 names of Nabi sallallahu alaihi wa sallam. (805 are mentioned but one name is repeated probably due to an error by the scribe but it has not been deleted since this was how it was published in the lifetime of the author) This kitab should be a daily recitation of every muslim in the four corners of the world. It is best if a person may complete the reading of entire kitab daily, otherwise he or she may divide it into three parts. At least a person may make khatm of the kitab once a week as indicated on the top of kitab as seven divisions. This kitab is found very beneficial to overcome one’s calamity, difficulty and hardship. It is a means of blessing and a great means to acquire the love of Allah subhanahu wa ta’ala and the love of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam. For the sake of brevity many of the virtues of this work and the long introduction by the author has been omitted as these amount to about 120 pages!.
The late ‘Allamah Muhammad Musa Ruhani al-Bazi (d. 1998 CE) was an exceptional scholar of Pakistan. He was a graduate of Madrasah Qasim al-‘Ulum Multan (Pakistan), and his teachers include the renowned mufassir, Mawlana Ghulam Allah Khan and Mufti Mahmud of Multan (Pakistan), khalifah of Shaykh al-Hadith Mawlana Muhammad Zakariyya (may Allah shower His mercy upon them all). The ‘Allamah was a scholar of great repute, a prolific author of unique works and a Wali of Allah.
He was Shaykh al-Hadith and Tafsir at Jami’ah Ashrafiyah Lahore (Pakistan). His lessons on Jami’ al-Tirmidhi and Tafsir al-Baydawi, in particular, became renowned, with students from around the world flocking to attend them.
‘‘Imam Sakhawi was known to have collected and created the most number (few hundred) of descriptive names for the Messenger (May Allah bless him and give him peace) until came along Shaykh ‘Allamah Muhammad Musa Bazi ar-Ruhani [d. 1998 CE]. He has enumerated over 800 names for the Messenger (may Allah bless him and give him peace) in his Al-Barakat al-Makkiyah fi ‘l-Salawat al-Nabawiyyah. He also has composed Al-Qasidah al-Husna fi Asma al-Nabi al-‘Uzma, in which he quotes some 500 names of the Messenger (May Allah bless him and give him peace). Needless to say, both of these are amazing and truly inspirational works. In fact, all of Shaykh’s works are immensely beneficial. He has also authored Fath Allah fi Khasa’is al-Ism Allah (a work on the specialties of the name ‘Allah’) in 2 volumes spanning over 1500 pages.
His works are of an extremely high standard in terms of research (tahqiq), language (he mostly wrote in Arabic) and depth of scholarship (isti’ab). He has written on many branches of the Islamic sciences including Tafsir (just his Tafsir of Baydawi is in 50 volumes; its muqaddimah (introduction) published separately in two volumes), Hadith (his commentary on Sunan al-Tirmidhi is the most extensive and arguably the most authoritative from scholars affiliated to Deoband), Usul al-Fiqh (an amazing commentary on Sharh al-Tawdih wa ‘l-Talweeh, Arabic literature (including two different commentaries of Diwan Mutanabbi), Arabic Grammar and Syntax, Etymology (sarf), ‘Urudh & Qawafi (the sciences of poetic meterage and literary criticism), Arabic, History (an amazing work in this regard is his Ghayat at-Talab fi Aswaq al-‘Arab, an extremely meticulous and insightful work into the markets of historic Arabia and their traditions), Classical Logic (Mantiq) (He has 8 lengthy commentaries on the major classical works in this field alone, such as a commentary on ‘Allamah Hamdullah as-Sandili’s commentary on Sullam al-‘ulum and an annotation of Mir Zahid’s commentary on Mulla Jalal), Philosophy (in both traditional branches of Metaphysics: Cosmology and Ontology), Ancient Hellenistic Ptolemaic Astronomy (5 major works), Modern Copernican Astronomy and Astrophysics (31 works, of which 6 written as core texts (mutun) and 2 major commentaries) and some other books in Da’wah and spiritual reformation (Islah) etc. The total number of his published or soon to be published works is 135, a number of which are in several volumes.