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Discussion in 'Tarikh' started by KM, Mar 17, 2011.
some pertinent info in this clip (from 2:50 onwards)
p.17 has the answer to this specific query.
Th above is by the esteemed and learned Allama Fayd Ahmed Owaisi rahimahuAllah.
I heard the other day on Noor TV Sufiana Mahfil (courtesy Allama Farooq Chisti and Allama Naqshbandi) about the following plausible reasons for 11th day being celebrated as Gyarweeh sharif.
1. Sayyidna Ghawth Azam (RadiAllahu Anhu) celebrated Milad on 12th of each month on a grand scale. As a reward for which he was honoured by the Prophet (Sallallahu Alayhi Wasallam) with his own commeratiion on 11th.
2. In lieu of his devotion, Sayyidna Ghawth Azam (RadiAllahu Anhu) was offered to select any day of the month for his commemoration. Sayyidna Ghawth Azam (RadiAllahu Anhu) selected 11th to follow the day of 10th (which is the most auspicious given the occurence of several significant events on this day)
3. Sayyidna Ghawth Azam (RadiAllahu Anhu) used to offer Isaal-e-Thwab to honourable wives (RadiAllahu Anha) of the Prophet (Sallallahu Alayhi Wasallam) on 11th of each month
4. Sayyidna Ghawth Azam (RadiAllahu Anhu) used to feed (organise langar for) the poor on 11th of each month (as pointed by brother Aqdas above)
mufti yar muhammad qadri said on takbeer tv the other day that the ghawth used to feed people on the 11th of each month or something along those lines.
Firstly, what is giyarveen sharif. I dont know that.
Can anyone shed any light on :
The History of Giyarveen sharif.
Did Ghous Paak Sayyidina Shaykh Abdul Qadir Gilani R.A start this practice.