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An Echo of the Heart Volume 3

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بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

I write with extreme joy and happiness that the third
volume of An echo from the heart has been completed
and is now available to the public. The ‛ulamā’ and I
myself were waiting anxiously for it since a long
time. I am most grateful to Allāh ta‛ālā, the mostaffectionate,
for having enabled me to fulfil my
wishes. I also hope this continues in the future, and
we continue benefiting from the words of wisdom of
my respected father. This is certainly not difficult for
Allāh ta‛ālā.
Māshā Allāh, the first two volumes of An echo from
the heart were very well received. Two editions of
both volumes were printed and are already sold out.
The ‛ulamā’ and other seniors of the ummah were
waiting anxiously for the third volume. The waiting
period is over and, by the grace of Allāh ta‛ālā, the
book is now in your hands. I ask for pardon from
those who had to bear the inconvenience of waiting
for two years. This was partly due to my laziness and
of my friends. Inshā Allāh, we hope this series will be
speeded up and the fourth volume will be completed
as quickly as possible, and be made available to the
Hadrat Maulānā Fadl Mahmūd Sāhib Falāhī dāmat
barakātuhum, a lecturer of Hadīth in Jāmi‛ah
Rahmānīyyah ‛Ālīpūr, put his heart and soul in the
preparation of this third volume. May Allāh ta‛ālā
honour his efforts with acceptance and confer him

with success in both the worlds. It would be a great
injustice if I do not express my thanks to my
respected teacher, Hadrat Maulānā Muhammad
Yūsuf Sāhib Tankārwī dāmat barakātuhum, the
Shaykh al-Hadīth of Dār al-‛Ulūm Falāh Dārayn
Tadkeshwar, and my respected friend, Qārī Nāzir
Husayn Sāhib, a lecturer at Dār al-‛Ulūm Falāh
Dārayn Tadkeshwar. These two personalities took
the great responsibility of proof reading this volume
despite their many other occupations, and fulfilled it
in an excellent manner. May Allāh ta‛ālā reward
them abundantly, and may He take a lot of work
from them.
In like manner, I am also grateful to Maulānā Rashīd
Ahmad ibn Muftī Muhammad Sāhib Āchaudī, a
lecturer at Jāmi‛ah Qāsimīyyah ‛Arabīyyah,
Kharaud, for putting his heart and soul in checking
the manuscript. May Allāh ta‛ālā reward him. May
Allāh ta‛ālā also reward my companion, Hadrat
Maulānā Qārī Khālid Sāhib Falāhī Kāpaudrī, the
head qārī at Jāmi‛ah Qāsimīyyah ‛Arabīyyah,
Kharaud, whose sincere and valuable assistance
enabled this book to pass the stages of publication
and come into the public domain. I am also grateful
to my brothers Hadrat Maulānā Muhammad Sāhib
dāmat barakātuhum and Hadrat Maulānā Ismā‛īl
Sāhib dāmat barakātuhum for having repeatedly
directed my attention to this work. I am most
grateful to my mentor, Hadrat Maulānā Muftī
Muhammad ‛Umar Fārūq Sāhib dāmat
barakātuhum, the Shaykh al-Hadīth of our Dār al-
‛Ulūm, London. He used to enquire about the
progress of this book whenever I met him, and would

honour me with valuable words of advice and du‛ās.
May Allāh ta‛ālā reward him as well.
How can I forget Hadrat Maulānā Muhammad (Nānā
Patel) Sāhib Kāpaudrī who is presently residing in
London, and Hadrat Maulānā Sa‛īd Sanjānwī, who,
like previously, provided monetary assistance for the
printing of this book. May Allāh ta‛ālā accept their
services and reward them. Āmīn.
The present volume contains some of my fathers
talks which were delivered in Dār al-‛Ulūm London,
and Jāmi‛ah Riyād al-‛Ulūm Leicester. And one
lecture which was delivered in Dār al-‛Ulūm Chāpī,
Pālanpūr, India. We tried to first of all present the
talks which my honourable father delivered to
teachers and students [of madāris and dār al-‛ulūms]
in the light of his experiences during his lengthy
academic and educational life. In this way, teachers
and students will be able to benefit from these talks.
I conclude by making du‛ā to Allāh ta‛ālā to shower
this third volume with acceptance just as He did
with the first two volumes. And may he make this
work a means for my guidance and salvation. Āmīn.
Ibrāhīm Kāpaudrī, servant of Dār al-‛Ulūm London
1 Jumādā ath-Thāniyah 1432 A.H./5 May 2011
Note: My honourable father now has a website. If
anyone wishes to listen to audio recordings of his
lectures and talks, these are available on the
following website:

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