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What is Gyarvi Sharif?
Giyarween Shareef is specifically an Esaale-Sawaab for Sayyiduna Sheikh Abdul Qaadir Jilani (Razi Allaho Anho). These are many proofs in the Holy Qur an, the Ahadith and the statements of many of the illustrious Ulema and Mashaaikh of Islam substantiating the validity of Esaale-Sawaab.
Almighty Allah states in the Holy Quran: And those who came after them say, Our Lord forgive us and our brothers who came before us into the Faith and leave not in our hearts rancour (dislike) against those who have believed. Our Lord! You are indeed full of Kindness, Most Merciful. (Surah Hashr: 10).
The Holy Prophet (Sallallaho Alaihay Wa Aalihi Wasallam) has stated: There is Allah’s Mercy on my Ummah. A person who is buried as a sinner, but with prayers and Istighfaar (asking for forgiveness) of Muslims, they with arising without sins (on the Day of Judgement). (Tibrani).
In another Hadith which is recorded in Sahih Mishkaat Shareef, it is narrated that a Sahaba once asked Prophet (Sallallaho Alaihay Wa Aalihi Wasallam): O Prophet of Allah! We give Sadqa (charity) on behalf of our deceased and perform Hajj on their behalf. Does the Sawaab reach them? The Holy Prophet (Sallallaho Alaihay Wa Aalihi Wasallam) replied: Yes, without doubt they become happy as one of you becomes happy when he is presented with a gift.
Some other Ahadith of Esaale Sawaab:
Hadith No.1: It is in Abu Dawood and Nasa’i from Sa’ad ibn Ubaadah (radi Allahu anhu) that he asked the Prophet (Sall Allaho alaihi wasallam), “Ya Rasoolallah (Sall Allaho alaihi wasallam), Sa’ad’s mother has passed away. Which sadqa is best to do for her?’ The Prophet (Sall Allaho alaihi wasallam) said, ‘Make sadqa of water (since there was shortage of water then).’ He had a well dug and said; ‘This well is for the mother of Sa’ad’ in other words, the sawaab is for Sa’ad’s mother.”
Hadith No.2: It is in Sahih Bukhari and Muslim on the authority of Ummul Mo’mineen Sayyida Aisha Siddiqa (radi Allahu anha), “A person came to the Prophet (Sall Allaho alaihi wasallam) and said that his mother passed away suddenly and he felt that if she had anything to say before her death, she would have requested sadqa. He asked that if she would receive any
sawaab if he made sadqa on her behalf. The Prophet (Sall Allaho alaihi wasallam) answered by saying, ‘Yes’ (she would receive the reward).”
Whilst commentating on this Hadith in Ash’atul Lamaat, Hazrat Sheikh Abdul Haq Muhadith-e-Dehlwi alaihir rahma states, “This Hadith is proof of the fact that the deceased receives sawaab from Sadqa and the same refers to Dua. This (sending sawaab to the deceased) has been the manner of the Ahle Haq (Righteous Scholars). There has been a difference of opinion according to some relating to sending sawaab of physical Ibaadat such as Namaaz and recitation of the Quran.
Hadith No.3: Abu Dawood reports on the authority of Amr bin Sha’ab who himself narrates a Hadith from his father and Grandfather as follows, “A’as ibn Waa’il made a wasiyat (declaration) that one hundred slaves should be freed on his name (after his death).
In complying with his request, his son Hishaam freed fifty slaves on his name. His other son Amr intended to free another fifty slaves but decided to first take the permission of the Holy Prophet (Sall Allaho alaihi wasallam). He presented himself in the Court of the Holy Prophet (Sall Allaho alaihi wasallam) and said, ‘Ya Rasoolallah (Sall Allaho alaihi wasallam), my father made wasiyat that we should free one hundred slaves on his name (after his death) and Hishaam has already freed fifty slaves.
Now fifty slaves are left to be freed. May I free those fifty slaves?’ The Prophet (Sall Allaho alaihi wasallam) said, ‘If he was a Muslim and you freed the slaves on his name, or if you gave sadqa or made Hajj on his name, he would have received this (reward).”