The Prophet (s.a.w.) Commanded Khwaja Mu’in ad-Din Hasan Sijzy (q.s.) to Spread Islam in India

بِسۡمِ ٱللهِ ٱلرَّحۡمَـٰنِ ٱلرَّحِيمِ

One day, when Khwaja Mu’in ad-Din Hasan Sijzy (q.s.) was absorbed in prayers in the Ka’bah, he heard a Voice saying, “O, Mu’in ad-Din!  We are Greatly Pleased with you.  You are Granted Salvation.  Ask for anything you may like, so that We may Grant that to you.”

He respectfully replied, “O Great Lord!  Grant Salvation to the followers, and disciples, of Mu’in ad-Din.”

He received the Reply, “O, Mu’in ad-Din!  You are our Accepted.  I will Give Salvation to your followers, and disciples, and also to those who may enter your fold until the Day of Resurrection.”

After paying respects at the Ka’bah, and performing the haj, he reached Madina, and devoted himself to prayers in the Prophet’s (s.a.w.) mosque.  During his stay, he received a mandate from the Prophet Muhammad (s.a.w.): “O, Mu’in ad-Din!  You are a helper of my religion.  I entrust to you the country of Hind.  There prevails darkness.  Proceed to Ajmer and spread there the Gospel of Truth.”

In compliance with this command, Khwaja Mu’in ad-Din Hasan Sijzy (q.s.) left Madina for India.


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