People have different reasons for visiting mazaars. Some visit them for paying homage to the Saints, some for praying, some may go without any particular reason whereas some others go there to get their problems solved. It is a popular belief that prayers get heard at mazaar quickly and many wishes are fulfilled as well.
The main purpose of this blog is to encourage muslim brethren to seek the blessings of the great Saints by visiting their mazaars. The holy Saints have been accorded with special powers and authority by Allah Subhana wa ta’ala. Hence, if they pray to Allah on our behalf then they can turn paupers into kings and poor into rich. Our noble Buzurgs do no have any worldly or materialistic desires, as such. Whatever they do is just to obtain Allah’s goodwill.
There is a Hadith that says that, “You have mercy on the others and I shall have mercy on you”. Hazrat Abdullah Ibn Amr Ibn-Al-As (ra) has narrated that Huzur (saw) had said that, “The compassionate one shows mercy towards those who are merciful. So if you all have mercy towards those who are on the earth then he who is in the heaven may have mercy on you.” Abu Dawood 1506 (Urdu version)
This Hadith can be found in Abu Dawud, Book#41,number 4923 (English version).
The people who come to the mazaars never go back empty-handed because the Saints help them for Allah’s goodwill.
Keep Me In Your Prayers