Posted: Wed Dec 28, 2005 9:50 pm Post subject: A Ginan in an Arabic Text
A GINAN IN AN ARABIC TEXT
By: Akbar Abdul Majeed Huda
Actually this is not a whole Ginan but a part of Granth called “Man Samjhani” (vadi) written by Pir Shams.
Man Samjhani (vadi) is a collection of pious thoughts presented in form of stories. It consists of 402 stanzas of 20 lines each, and was compiled by Vimras and Surbhan, two famous followers of Pir Shams.
Part 312 of this granth is mainly in Arabic, its first sixteen lines are in Arabic while the remaining four lines are in Persian. In this Pir Shams signifies the importance of Surah Al-Hamd i.e Surah Al-Fateha, by saying that its recitation is equivalent to the reading of complete Holy Quran a thousand of times.
Likewise part 316 of this Granth is wholly in Persian.
MAN SAMJHANI (VADI) – PART 312
Bismillahi va billahi
Vala quvat illa
Berehmateeka yaa-ar-hamar rahemeen
Re tunhi maara saacha saaeyaan piyu ji tunhi,
Dua Al Hamd aen hast,
Hazaron Quran parhey re,
Aur fayeeda basiyaad darad,
Makkey hazaron Hajj kare re- - -
(The significance & benefits of Surah Alhamd (Fateha) is that like a person who reads Quran thousand times or visited to the Holy Pilgrim (performing Hajj).
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