First Night in the Grave

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First Night in the Grave : This work highlights the events that will occur for the deceased in their first night in the grave, and on how to prepare oneself for death

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by Mawlana Ilyas Attar al-Qadiri.
Published by Maktabah tul Madinah,
Dawat e Islami, Pakistan.

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First Night in the Grave : This work highlights the events that will occur for the deceased in their first night in the grave, and on how to prepare oneself for death and to safeguard your imaan (faith). It is the English translation of the Urdu work Qabar ki pehli raat, by Ameer e Ahl e Sunnat Mawlana Ilyas Attar al-Qadiri.

Table of Contents :
 

Du’a for Reading the Book,

—Transliteration Chart.

FIRST NIGHT IN THE GRAVE
—Excellence of Salat-‘Alan-Nabi,
—All graves appear similar, but from inside,
—Everyone has to die one day,
—We have come into this world in a particular order, but,
—You will never have experienced a night like this ever before,
—Wishes of A’lā Hadrat, ‘alayhi ar-Rahman, in his will,
—Wish of Sag e Madinaĥ (the author) in his will,
—Tears of the Beloved of Allah, subhanahu wa ta’ala,
—The first stage of the afterlife is grave,
—Funeral is a silent preacher,
—Dark and frightful night,
—The frightening incident of a splendid mansion,
—Intoxicated with worldliness,
—Deception of this world,
—Live in this world like a traveler,
—The worldly life is particularly to cultivate for the afterlife,
—Announcement by the deceased,
—Utterance by the dead,
—Call of the grave,
—Garden of Paradise or ditch of Hellfire,
—The mercy of the grave for the compliant,
—Call from the neighboring graves,
—Conversation with the deceased,
—Where are those beautiful faces now?
—Make preparations right now,
—How did a singer join Dawat-e-Islami?
—Dreamt about 99 Asmā-ul-Ḥusnā (Glorious Names of Allah),
—14 Madanī pearls about clothing,
—Madanī appearance,
Du’ā of ‘Attar.

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Weight 0.040 kg
Dimensions 178 × 121 × 4 mm
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