I write with absolute joy and pleasure that the
second volume of An Echo From The Heart has
been completed and presented to the reader. Let
alone myself, many ‛ulamā’ were waiting
anxiously since a long time for the publication of
this book. I am extremely grateful to Allāh ta‛ālā
for having fulfilled an ardent desire and wish of
mine. I hope He enables the continuation of this
series and also the continuation of my respected
father’s teachings. This is certainly not difficult
for Allāh ta‛ālā.
At the time of printing the first volume of An Echo
From The Heart, we did not expect it to be so
widely accepted in such a short time, or that we
would have to print three editions of it within this
short period. Māshā Allāh, the ‛ulamā’ and
intelligentsia of this ummah appreciated it greatly
and also made requests for future publications.
Their appreciation and encouragement enabled
us to take the next step and – Māshā Allāh – my
respected friend, Maulānā Fadl Mahmūd Sāhib
Falāhī, and his companions made an all out effort
in its preparation. May Allāh ta‛ālā crown his
efforts with acceptance and bless him with
success in both worlds. Āmīn.
Qārī Anwar ‛Alī Sāhib (imām of Musjid-e-
Muhammadī, Balsār) and Maulānā Ashraf ‛Alī
Nawāpūrī Falāhī participated fully in the
preparation of this collection. May Allāh ta‛ālā
reward both of them abundantly.
An echo from the heart 3
This collection contains seven speeches which
were by and large delivered in Leicester (U. K.).
We obtained these speeches from Hadrat
Maulānā Muhammad Salīm Dhorāt Sāhib who
had recorded them and presented them to me. He
also blessed me with his beneficial words of
advice. May Allāh ta‛ālā bestow him with the best
recompense in this world and in the Hereafter.
I am also indebted to my two brothers, Maulānā
Muhammad Sāhib (presently residing in Malawi)
and Maulānā Muhammad Ismā‛īl Sāhib (presently
residing in Britain), who phoned me repeatedly
and directed my attention to this collection and
whom I constantly phoned in the arrangement of
Lastly, I make an earnest du‛ā’ to Allāh ta‛ālā to
accept this collection as He did with the first
volume, and to make it a means for my guidance
Muhammad Ibrāhīm Kāpaudrī
Presently residing in London, U. K.