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Ziarat - IMAM ZAIN UL-ABIDEEN

Date: 12/10/2017 A.D - H

Ziarat - IMAM ZAIN UL-ABIDEEN

زيارة الإمام زين العابدين عليه السلام

Peace be on you, O leader of Those who prostrate!

السلام عليك يا سيد الساجدين

ASSALAAMO A’LAYKA YAA SAYYEDAS SAAJEDEENA

Peace be on you, O prestige of Worshipping ones!

السلام عليك يا زين العابدين

ASSALAAMO A’LAYKA YAA ZAINAL AABEDEENA

Peace be on you, O participant Of unhappiness and sadness!

السلام عليك يا حليف الحسرات

ASSALAAMO A’LAYKA YAA HALIFAL HASARAAT

Peace be on you, O the Imam, Who got sores on spots which Touched during sijda!

السلام عليك يا ذا الثفنات

ASSALAAMO A’LAYKA YAA ZASSAFANAAT

Peace be on you, O one who Wept and mourned!

السلام عليك يا صاحب العبرات

ASSALAAMO A’LAYKA YAA SAAHEBAL A’BRAATE..

Peace be on you, one who was Captive of hardships!

السلام عليك يا أسير الكربات

ASSALAAMO A’LAYKA YAA ASEERAL KOROBAAT..

Peace be on you, O one from The great worshippers!

السلام عليك يا أعظم آل العباء

ASSALAAMO A’LAYKA YAA AADAMA AALIL E’BAAE

Peace be on you , O the son of The fifth of the people of the Cloak (Husayn)

السلام عليك يا ابن خامس أصحاب أهل الكساء

ASSALAAMO A’LAYKA YABNA KHAAMESE AHLIL KESAAE..

Peace be on you, O son of the Leader of the martyrs!

السلام عليك يا ابن سيد الشهداء

ASSALAAMO A’LAYKA YABNA SAYYEDISH SHOHADAAE

Peace be on you , O support of Pious ones!

السلام عليك يا عماد الأتقياء

ASSALAAMO A’LAYKA YAA E’MAADAL ATQEYAAE

Peace be on you, and Allah’s Blessings and bounties on you!

السلام عليك ورحمة الله وبركاته

ASSALAAMO A’LAYKA WA RAHMATULLAAHE WA BARAKAATOHU..

Invocation of Blessings upon Imam `Al¢ ibn al-°usayn

اَللَّهُمَّ صَلِّ عَلَىٰ عَلِيِّ بْنِ ٱلْحُسَيْنِ

all¡humma ¥alli `al¡ `aliyyi ibni al¦usayni

O Allah, (please) send blessings upon `Al¢ the son of al-°usayn

سَيِّدِ ٱلْعَابِدِينَ

sayyidi al`¡bid¢na

the chief of worshippers

ٱلَّذِي ٱسْتَخْلَصْتَهُ لِنَفْسِكَ

alladh¢ istakhla¥tah£ linafsika

whom You have purely dedicated to Yourself

وَجَعَلْتَ مِنْهُ ائِمَّةَ ٱلْهُدَىٰ

wa ja`alta minhu a'immata alhud¡

and brought forth from him the Leaders of True Guidance

ٱلَّذِينَ يَهْدُونَ بِٱلْحَقِّ وَبِهِ يَعْدِلُونَ

alladh¢na yahd£na bil¦aqqi wa bih¢ ya`dil£na

who guide to the truth and judge with it.

ٱخْتَرْتَهُ لِنَفْسِكَ

ikhtartah£ linafsika

You have chosen him for Yourself,

وَطَهَّرْتَهُ مِنَ ٱلرِّجْسِ

wa §ahhartah£ min alrrijsi

purified him against filth,

وَٱصْطَفَيْتَهُ وَجَعَلْتَهُ هَادِياً مَهْدِيّاً

wa¥§afaytah£ wa ja`altah£ h¡diyan mahdiyyan

selected him, and made him guide and well-guided.

اَللَّهُمَّ صَلِّ عَلَيْهِ

all¡humma ¥alli `alayhi

O Allah, send blessings upon him

اافْضَلَ مَا صَلَّيْتَ عَلَىٰ اٍ

af¤ala m¡ ¥allayta `al¡ a¦adin

with the most excellent blessings that You have ever sent upon any

مِنْ ذُرِّيَّةِ اانْبِيَاءِكَ

min dhurriyyati anbiy¡'ika

of Your Prophets' offspring

حَتَّىٰ تَبْلُغَ بِهِ مَا تَقَرُّ بِهِ عَيْنُهُ فِي ٱلدُّنْيَا وَٱلآخِرَةِ

¦att¡ tablugha bih¢ m¡ taqarru bih¢ `aynuh£ f¢ aldduny¡ wal-¡khirati

so that these blessings raise him to what delights his eye in this world and the Hereafter.

إِنَّكَ عَزِيزٌ حَكِيمٌ

innaka `az¢zun ¦ak¢mun

You are verily Almighty and Wise.

Imam `Alī ibn Husayn (a.s.) had wept for years  upon his father after the event of Karbala Someone asked to Imām  (A.S)“O my master! Your sorrow has not diminished and your lamenting has not ceased?” Imām `Alī ibn Husayn (a.s.) Replied:“Woe be to you! Ya'qoob (a.s.) was a Prophet and had twelve sons. One of his sons (Prophet Yusuf) was concealed from his eyes by Allāh, and the hair of his head turned grey due to extreme sorrow, and his back bent due to this anxiety, while the sight of his eyes faded due to excessive weeping, and all this although his son was alive in this world. While I have witnessed my father, brother and eighteen members from among my family fallen upon the ground and martyred, then how could my sorrow diminish and tears cease?”[Reference:  Nafasul Mahmum, Section 14, Chapter # 39]

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