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Hizib Nahdlatul Wathan: A Spiritual Legacy of TGKH. Muhammad Zainuddin Abdul Majid




Hizib Nahdlatul Wathan is a collection of prayers and supplications written by TGKH. Muhammad Zainuddin Abdul Majid, a national hero and a prominent Islamic scholar from Lombok, Indonesia. He was the founder of Nahdlatul Wathan, the largest Islamic organization in West Nusa Tenggara, and its Sufi order, Hizib Nahdlatul Wathan. The hizib, which means a spiritual protection or a shield, contains verses from the Quran and the Hadith, as well as praises and invocations to Allah and His Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him). The hizib is intended to be recited by the followers of Nahdlatul Wathan in various occasions, such as death ceremonies, celebrations, and special nights. The hizib is also believed to have many benefits and blessings for those who recite it with sincerity and devotion.


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The hizib was originally written in Arabic using the Jawi script, which is a modified form of the Arabic script adapted for writing Malay languages. The hizib was then translated into Indonesian and printed in a book format. However, due to the limitations of conventional media, such as paper deterioration and low accessibility, there was a need to digitize the hizib and preserve it in a more durable and convenient way. Therefore, some researchers and enthusiasts have developed digital versions of the hizib using various technologies, such as PDF files, 3D animations, and audio recordings. These digital versions aim to facilitate the dissemination and learning of the hizib among the students and followers of Nahdlatul Wathan, as well as to introduce it to a wider audience.


In this article, we will review some of the available digital versions of the hizib and their features. We will also provide some links to download or access them online.


PDF File of Hizib Nahdlatul Wathan




One of the simplest and most common ways to digitize the hizib is to convert it into a PDF file format. A PDF file is a portable document format that can be viewed and printed on any device that supports it. A PDF file can also preserve the original layout and appearance of the document, regardless of the software or hardware used to create or view it.


A PDF file of Hizib Nahdlatul Wathan can be downloaded for free from [this link]. The file contains 16 pages of the hizib in Arabic and Indonesian languages, along with some explanations and instructions on how to recite it. The file also has some illustrations and decorations that enhance its aesthetic appeal.


3D Animation of Hizib Nahdlatul Wathan




Another way to digitize the hizib is to create a 3D animation that simulates the experience of reading a physical book. A 3D animation is a computer-generated imagery that creates an illusion of depth and movement. A 3D animation can also incorporate sound effects and background music that enhance its realism and immersion.


A 3D animation of Hizib Nahdlatul Wathan can be viewed online from [this link]. The animation was created using Blender software, which is a free and open-source tool for creating 3D graphics and animations. The animation shows a realistic model of a traditional house from Belek Sembalun Lawang Village in Lombok, which is one of the oldest villages that was founded by TGKH. Muhammad Zainuddin Abdul Majid. The animation also shows a bookshelf that contains several books related to Nahdlatul Wathan, including the hizib. The user can interact with the bookshelf and select the hizib book to open it. The user can then flip through the pages of the book using the mouse or keyboard commands. The book contains 16 pages of the hizib in Arabic and Indonesian languages, along with some explanations and instructions on how to recite it.


Audio Recording of Hizib Nahdlatul Wathan




A third way to digitize the hizib is to record its recitation in an audio format. An audio recording is a sound file that can be played on any device that supports it. An audio recording can also help the user to learn the correct pronunciation and intonation of the hizib, as well as to listen to it anytime and anywhere.


An audio recording of Hizib Nahdlatul Wathan can be played online from [this link]. The recording was made by Eva Tybon, a follower of Nahdlatul Wathan who uploaded it on SoundCloud, a platform for sharing and streaming audio content. The recording lasts for 16 minutes and 16 seconds, which corresponds to the number of pages of the hizib. The recording features a clear and melodious voice that recites the hizib in Arabic and Indonesian languages, along with some background music that creates a soothing and spiritual atmosphere.


Conclusion




Hizib Nahdlatul Wathan is a spiritual legacy of TGKH. Muhammad Zainuddin Abdul Majid, a national hero and a prominent Islamic scholar from Lombok, Indonesia. He wrote the hizib as a collection of prayers and supplications for the followers of Nahdlatul Wathan, the largest Islamic organization in West Nusa Tenggara, and its Sufi order, Hizib Nahdlatul Wathan. The hizib has been digitized in various ways, such as PDF files, 3D animations, and audio recordings, to preserve it and make it more accessible and convenient for the users. These digital versions of the hizib can be downloaded or accessed online from the links provided in this article.


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