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|Authors:||Sultan-ul-Arifeen Hazrat Sakhi Sultan Bahoo|
|Description:||Tauheed, literally meaning the Divine Oneness, is the basic pillar and foundation of Islam. Common Muslims consider that the requirement of this most important pillar of Islam is fulfilled just by declaring “La illaha ilAllahoo” i.e. “No one is worthy of worship but Allah” by tongue and superficially believing that Allah is the Creator, Master and Sustainer of every creation and only He should be worshipped. They neither know the essence of Tauheed nor verify it inwardly. That is why the Holy Prophet said; Meaning: There are many who recite the creed verbally but only a few say it sincerely. For the Mystics, Tauheed means that only Allah exists and none else. They become one with The One and see Divine Oneness everywhere. They love, fear and trust only Allah, entrust all their matters to Him and keep their hopes only in Him which is the essence of Tauheed. The book “Kaleed-ul-Tauheed” meaning “The Key of Divine Oneness” and its teachings are a source to reach the veritable Tauheed through the medium of perfect spiritual guide of Sultan Bahoo‟s Sarwari Qadri order. Without strengthening the foundation of Islam i.e. Tauheed, it is impossible to fulfill other obligations as Allah desires. To spread the valuable teachings of Sultan Bahoo all over the world, his spiritual descendant Sultan-ul-Ashiqeen Sultan Mohammad Najib-ur-Rehman took up the responsibility to translate all the books of Sultan Bahoo from Persian to English and blessed me with this auspicious duty and the spiritual help and favour to perform it. Sultan-ul-Ashiqeen Sultan Mohammad Najib-ur-Rehman is the present perfect spiritual guide of Sarwari Qadri order and the Reviver of Islam (Mujaddid1 ) of the millennium. To translate Kaleed-ul-Tauheed (Kalan), he provided me its following scripts; (1) Persian manuscript written by Sultan Mohammad Ibrahim in 1392 Hijri, printed in December 1993 by Asad Mehmood printing press, Rawalpindi. (2) Persian manuscript written by Faqeer Hazrat Ji son of Faqeer Mohammad Din in 1333 Hijri. (3) Printed Persian script along with Urdu translation done by Saad Ameer Khan Niazi. 1st edition published in 1993 and 3rd edition in July 2010. Sultan Bahoo used to write two volumes of his books; first detailed and the other brief. He added the Persian word “Kalan” meaning “big” to the title of the detailed book and “Khurd” meaning “small” to the title of the brief book. This particular book is the Kaleed ul Tauheed Kalan i.e. The key of Divine Oneness (Detailed). Its second volume Kaleed ul Tauheed Khurd will be translated soon. The book in hand is the first ever English translation of Kaleed-ul-Tauheed (Kalan). I am truly thankful to Miss Fatima Irfan Sarwari Qadri for deducing and writing the correct Persian script and Mr. Mohammad Rashid Gulzar Sarwari Qadri for composing it. I am also thankful to Mr. Ahsan Ali Sarwari Qadri for composing and rechecking the Arabic verses and Hadiths. I would also like to thank my husband and fellow disciple Mr. Mohammad Moghees Afzal Sarwari Qadri for reviewing the book and helping in its proof reading. Without their cooperation and the spiritual beneficence of my spiritual guide Sultan Mohammad Najib-ur-Rehman, it would have been impossible to complete the translation. In the book, Sultan Bahoo has very persuasively explained the requirements of the spiritual way that leads to Tauheed and makes a person true man of Allah granting His closeness and vision. His diction is pure and easy to understand. Although, it is not possible to maintain his style while translating his words from Persian to English but I have humbly tried my best to convey the true spirit of the words as per my understanding. It is hoped that the book is read with the passion to understand the essence of Tauheed and acquire it veritably.|
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