It reported that a lot of sacred sayings were coined by his Holiness Hazrat Khwaja Syed Moinuddin Hassan Chishty R. A. These were collected, recorded and presented by Persian writers and the Saint's spiritual successor, Hazrat Khwaja Syed Qutubuddin Bakhtiyar Kaki of Delhi. All these are valuable gems of wisdom. They have stood the test of time for 8 centuries, and their efficacy and value to the pious and virtuous Musalmans is above question. We reproduce sixty of them here, and these are:

  • The fingers of one who cleans the nails at the time of’ will be rendered immune from the fire of hell.
  • It is a part of Sunnah to wash the related organs of the body three times a day at the time of Wazoo. A deviation from this constitutes a violation.
  • A hundred angles are at the bed-side of one who sleeps in a state of purification. If a person is a seer (Aarifj the angles escort him to heaven and clothe him with a new robe whereupon the soul performs a thanks-giving Sajda (Prostration) to God.
  • On entering a mosque, place your right foot first, while departing place your left foot first.
  • That person is an who is inspired by a hundred thousand flashes of light from Heaven.
  • He is an whom unseen wisdom enlightens so that he is able to reveal mysteries and solve problems. He is capable of knowing secrets and interpreting them and,. presenting them to those who are competent to test its genuineness.
  • God rains misfortunes on those he loves.
  • It is a pious act to look at the Quran, a greater act to recite it for it banishes all vices and grants immunity to the eyes against all mishaps.
  • Friendship with hermits attracts blessings from the High.
  • The devotional visit to God's Kaaba is a reward. The piety following from the Haj Pilgrimage itself is over and above devotion and worship for a thousand years.
  • Keep devotion and the greater the feeling which a person can bring to bear upon the performance of
  • Keep devotion and the greater the feeling which a person can bring to bear upon the performance of
  • Keep devotion and the greater the feeling which a person can bring to bear upon the performance of Namaaz the closer is the attainment of the nearness of God.
  • To serve and to be devoted to one's Pir is comparable to the devotion to God.
  • The best way to avoid Hell is to feed the hungry, give water to the thirsty, provide to the needy and be friendly to the miserable.
  • The sins committed by a son who kisses the feet of his parents are washed away. The position in life attained by a son is a legacy bestowed on him by his parents.
  • Whatever one has received is a reward for his services. A lesson imparted by a Pirto Mureedis to be acted upon thoroughly by the latter.
  • The Pir helps to enlighten his disciples as to their virtues and vices.
  • Two angels descend from above every day" One on the who says that he who does not do his duty to God forfeits his protection and support. While the other angel who stands on the shrine of the holy prophet says that those who abandon Sunnah or the tradition of the holy prophet would be deprived of his intercession at the time of Judgment.
  • The cardinal virtues of the individual cannot develop in a state of penury especially when one is well fed and another is really hungry. One should be cheerful at the time of sorrow and be friend the enemy"
  • By attaining perfection in the observance of Sharia one reaches the stage of Tariqat Maarifat and Haqiqat path /ending to Oivinity, enlightenment and attainment of summum bonum of human existence respectively.
  • The soul of the person who performs ablution before going to bed always soars high in heaven (Arsh).
  • Namaaz is the ladder lading to the nearness of God.
  • Namaaz (lslamic prayer) is like a trust to care for humans it is the destination of the faithful and it is the relationship between the worshipper and the worshiped.
  • A person who says his Namaaz is also prayed for by the angels in Heaven.
  • Recitation of 'AIhamdo Sharif' is necessary for the fulfillment of one's own needs.
  • Prosperity departs from the home of one who tells lies on oath.
  • A graveyard is a solemn surrounding, which is to be respected. No worldly thing should be done there.
  • 1n the matter of not performing devotion to God, one is like a person engaged in profession of sinful earning.
  • There is no distinction between arif and saalik in the realization of God and self. Both reach the same destination.
  • 0ne must think of death that always hovering over oneself, so one must be ready for one's last journey.
  • A hermit who is blessed with the love of God is content with worship and fast and is not frightened by his estate which comprise the above.
  • The worship that pleases the Almighty God is the grant of relief to the humble and the oppressed.
  • A hardened sinner is one who commits sin and at the same time believes he is one of the chosen few.
  • Charity is the key to attaining philanthropy.
  • A seer is the happiest when he is guided by his love of God, when meditating on His glory and remembering Him he is lulled to sleep.
  • A hermit is one who would never disappoint the needy.
  • He is a knower of the path of love (God) when he gives up attachment to both worlds.
  • The best gain of a hermit is his association with other hermits, and his greatest loss is to be away from them.
  • Patience is tested through sufferings, sorrow and resignation without the slightest disclosure of pain to others.
  • The more one learns about the essence of things the more one wonders.
  • Death is a friend to a seer, luxury an enemy and remembrance of God a glory.
  • A seer is one who rises early, forgetting the events of the previous night. He is only engrossed in the contemplation of God's glory.
  • 42. The best time of a hermit is when all covers are removed from his mind.
  • Knowledge and enlightenment are like a wave. The ocean of knowledge is sustained by God, enlightenment pertains to man.
  • Those having insight into the 'essence of things' are endowed with light and they impart illumination to the whole world.
  • Namaaz or prayer is the climax in the process of approach to God for the pious.
  • Repentance for evil done has the merit of wiping out the sin. The repentant should turn away from committing the same sin or evil for twenty years and even thereafter with resolute will.
  • A sin committed does not harm an individual so much as his contempt for his fellow beings.
  • A hermit is one who has no sense of earthly attachment for anything.
  • Realisation of God dawns on him who is absorbed in God and completely forgets himself.
  • A true devotee is strictly obedient to God and is constantly afraid of displeasing him.
  • A seer is characteristically silent and meditative" 52. 1t is on a pedestal, on the path leading to the realization of God, that the seeker can witness the panorama of the universe through his two fingers.
  • Going physically round the 'Kaaba' is useless unless the mind is the seer of the essence of things.
  • A right seer is he whose craving for the 'Light' is satisfied by divine response in any desired way.
  • The superior stage in the pursuit of love of God is the power, which enables a person to transpose the accused himself to the category of a culprit.
  • Concentration of inhaling and exhaling one's breath is part of a seer (Aarifs) worship.
  • The heart of a true devotee of God burns with so great an intensity that whatever passion intrudes upon sanctity is burnt to ashes.
  • A river, as it wend its course, flows turbulently, with force and noise, but on merging with the sea, it becomes quiet and tranquil. The same is true of the individual, self covering various stages on its journey to meet and merge ultimately in the universal self.
  • A true devotee is gifted with the following attributes :
    • River like charity, because his charity knows no bounds and is equal to all
    • Sun-like affection because it spreads like the rays of the sunlight, and
    • III. Earth like hospitality, because its embrace is open to all alike.
  • To associate with saintly and pious men is more meritorious than doing a good deed.

Thum Kitabe Ma-arafna ka ho eak rangeen baab.
Thum ho khudbeene ke afsane ka unvan ya moeen.

PEENAY KO TO PEE LEIN GAY MAGAR SHART ZARA ITNI
AJMER KA SAAQI HO AUR BUGHDAAD KA MAYKHANA.