Book Name:Dawateislami Ka Taruf
Describing some aspects of the great character of the Noble Prophet صَلَّى اللهُ تَعَالٰى عَلَيْهِ وَاٰلِهٖ وَسَلَّم, the Amīr of the Madanī Qāfilaĥ invited the young man to embrace Islam. The young man asked some questions which were answered to his satisfaction and eventually he embraced Islam by virtue of individual effort, اَلْـحَمْـدُ لـِلّٰـه عَزَّوَجَلَّ. (Faizān-e-Sunnat, Bāb: Ādāb-e-Ṭa’ām, vol. 1, pp. 261)
May Allah عَزَّوَجَلَّ bless all Muslims including the newly-converted ones with steadfastness in Islam!
اۤمِیۡن بِجَاهِ النَّبِیِّ الْاَمِیۡن صَلَّى اللہُ تَعَالٰى عَلَیۡہِ وَاٰلِہٖ وَسَلَّم
صَلُّوۡا عَلَى الْحَبِیۡب صَلَّى الـلّٰـہُ تَعَالٰى عَلٰى مُحَمَّد
Following in the footsteps of Islamic saints, Amīr-e-Aĥl-e-Sunnat دَامَـتْ بَـرَكَـاتُـهُـمُ الْـعَـالِـيَـهْ has also been travelling in the path of Allah since the early days of Dawat-e-Islami. He would travel by bus and train to far-flung and remote areas, villages and cities where he sometimes used to deliver more than one speech in a day. When he used to go to any area of Bāb-ul-Madīnaĥ Karachi for delivering speech or for any other Madanī activity, he would often carry his meal including even salt and drinking water with him to avoid asking anyone for anything.
In the earlier days, he would often return home at night walking 5 to 6 kilometres because the public transport dropped him half way and he did not have enough money to afford taxi or rickshaw