Category Archives: Ramadhan Suhbah Series
A nice poem about Ramadhan, often recited at the beginning of Ramadan to welcome the holy and blessed month.
A guide to performing night vigil (tahajjud) on the blessed night of Lailatul Qadr.
Advice on Lailatul Qadr. Please download it by clicking the “Download” link below.
A complete guide to Sahur.
A complete guide to fasting.
A complete guide to breaking fast
A popular and nice farewell poem for Ramadhan.
Don’t be cruel Suhbah at the house of Ummi (wife of late Shaykh Zakaria Bagharib) in Singapore on 19th of August 2010, 9th Ramadhan 1431, after Khatam Khwajagan Float like a butterfly Suhbah at the house of Ummi (wife of late … Continue reading
This bond that we are trying to build is very difficult to achieve – it can only be achieved if we are practising what Maulana is sending to us every week – to overlook each other’s faults, to look for the goodness in people, to be merciful amongst ourselves and to always hold other people in high esteem by according them their due respect. This is something very difficult to do, as we have been doing the opposite for decades now, and it will take many years of practice to perfect it. Continue reading
Butterflies can taste the sweetness, unlike caterpillars. Right now, we are just eating from the leaves, not tasting any sweetness. We ask from Allah, after we go through the 10 days of good iktikaf, that we will be able to taste the sweetness of Islam, the sweetness of Iman (faith), the sweetness of love for Allah and His Rasul and our Shaykh. Continue reading
Have pity on yourselves. Be careful of what you say and do. You can destroy all that you have worked for, with just one cruel word. And you can hurl yourself into the deepest pit of hell, with just one unacceptable deed. So look after yourself and be careful, never be heedless of what you are saying and doing, do not be oppressors to yourselves. Remember, the Mercy of Allah is very close to you, but if you don’t have pity on yourselves and those around you, there’s nothing that you will receive from that Mercy. Continue reading