Beginning of Namaaz-e-Imaamat at Daar us-Salaam 13-4-1437/22 Jan 2016, Friday
al-Maulaa al-Muqaddas 41st Da’i ul Mutlaq Saiyedna Fakhruddin saheb wrote this beautiful bayt (poetic composition) before 107 yrs in 1330 AH-1912 AD at Devdi Mubaarak’s Ghurfat ul-Jannat. Saiyedna saheb described the importance of Namaaz-e-Fajr and its sawaab. In those days when there was no mike-loud speakers-amplifier, no one could able to hear Masjid Azaan except neighbors, so Saiyedna saheb by composing this Bayt ordered Bhaisaheb to recite it in Badri Mohalla before Azaan. By listening this Call for Namaaz, mumineen could come to Masjid for Imaamat on time.
"Namaaz padhwa chalo Bhaisaheb aawa che,
Khudaa na Ghar ma Masallo bichaawi
(Merits of Namaaz-e-Fajr)
Rasoolullaah (saws) said in his Kalaam-e-Nabawi that,
“Allaah Ta’aala has kept secret the Sawaab of three things for People of my Ummat. 1) In reciting Azaan before Namaaz, 2) Entering into the Masjid first of all early in the morning before Azaan-e-Fajr on Yaum ul-Jomo’ah, and 3) By standing in the first Saff in Namaaz-e-Imaamat. People might took to fight with one another if they came to know its Sawaab."
Huzoor-e-‘Aali al-Maulaa al-Muqaddas wished that,
“At Daar us-Salaam, Madrasah and Namaaz-e-Imaamat should begin at the earliest and Mumineen should take Manfe’at-e-‘Ilmiyah and ‘Amaliyah (benefit by knowledge and deed) through this initiative.”
Saiyedna saheb (tus) personally took interest and motivated Mumineen residing near Daar us-Salaam for Madrasah and Namaaz. On 13 Rabi’ ul-Aakhar 1437, Friday, Saiyedna saheb (tus) did Imaamat of Salaat ul-Fajr and did farmaan to all the namaazi present at Daar us-Salaam to be regular and they should bring along with them their family members too. After the namaaz, Saiyedna saheb (tus) said that,
“O Mumineen! Our Shari’at is based on ‘Aamaal and Arkaan based on the Aayaat of Qur’an-e-Hakeem and Ahaadees of Rasoolullaah (saws). Each and every deed that we do in our daily life is truly connected and inspired by either Aayaat or Ahaadees or may be both.”