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A Ziyarat-Namah of the Bab for Muhammad `Ali Barfurushi, Quddus (d.1849).

A Ziyarat-Namah (Visitation Tablet) of the Bab for the Martyrs (al-shuhada') and for Muhammad `Ali Barfurushi, Quddus (d. c. May 18th,1849).

The Arabic Text

 

 

A Ziyarat-Namah of the Bab for Muhammad `Ali Barfurushi, Quddus  (d. c.  18th May, 1849)

Trans. Stephen N. Lambden UC Merced.

IN PROGRESS - Last updated 02-08-2021.

Opening lines of the Arabic text as printed in Tarikh-i Shuhada-yi Amr, ed. Muhammad `Ali Malik Khusravi Nuri, Vol.1 [Tehran : ] Mu`assat-i Milli-yi Matbu`at-i Amri, 120 Badi` / 1963-4 page  412-414.

 

A Ziyarat-Namah of the Bab for Mulla Muhammad `Ali Batfurushi, Quddus (d.  18th  May,1849)

Partial Trans  Denis MacEoin in Rituals,

Trans. Stephen N. Lambden UC Merced from Tarikh-i shuhada-yi amr, vol. 1 , pp. 412-414 (see above). 

IN PROGRESS = last updated 31-03-2021

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The Ziyarat for the Martyrs (al-shuhada'), upon them be peace. They had indeed sacrificced themselves for the Name of God al-Akhir, the Last Name of God! : Quddus! Quddus! Quddus!

In the Name of God, the Most Inaccessible (al-amna`), the Most Holy (al-aqdas).

Quddus! Quddus! Quddus!

[1] Now may al-Baha' (the Glory) from God, no God is there except Him,  be upon thine inmost heart (al-fu'ad) and upon the inmost heart (al-fu'ad) of whomsoever is in thine inmost heart (al-fu'ad) as well as upon thy spirit (al-ruh) and the spirit of whomsoever is within [dear to] thy spirit. So too upon thy person (nafs) and whomsoever is within thy person (nafs) as well as within thy body (jasad) and whomsoever is within thy body (jasad). [2] Then may  al-`Ala' (the Exaltedness/ Exalted One) be upon thine inmost heart (al-fu'ad) and upon the inmost heart (al-fu'ad) of whomsoever He created from the Light of Thy Glorification (nur al-tasbih) ...