Question: Is there any wisdom in fixing dates of Urs of Awliya?
Answer: Yes, on the day of their Wisaal (passing away), their souls have greater concentration in the respected graves. Hence, this is the perfect time to derive the bounties of Rahmah from them
Question: Respected Sir! Is it true that to visit or see an Aalim of Deen earns you Thawaab?
Answer: Yes, the Sahih Hadith Shareef reports: "To see the face of an Aalim is Ibaadah, to see the Kaaba-tullah is Ibaadah and to look at the Holy Quran is Ibaadah."
From al-Malfūdh Sharīf, pp. 380:
There are three types of Qiyāmah.
The first type is, Qiyamah al-Sughrā [small/minor Qiyāmah] and that is death. It is said, When anyone of you die, indeed Qiyāmah begins.
The second Qiyāmah is that all the people of one generation will die and a new set of people are born to replace the departed generation.
The third type is Qiyāmah al-Kubrā [Major/Final Qiyāmah]. This is when the skies, earth and everything in it will be destroyed.
From al-Malfūz al-Sharīf, pp. 280:
Can one take photographs of the Awliya and pious individuals and keep them for the sake of barakah?
The photos Sayyidunā Khalīlullāh álayhis salâm, Sayyidunā Ismayil Zabīhullāh álayhis salâm and Sayyidāh Bībī Maryam rađiyAllāhu ánha were painted inside the blessed Ka’abah. They were regarded as sacred, but Sayyidunā RasūlAllâh śallAllāhu álayhi wa âlihi wa sahbihī wa sallam personally erased them with his śallAllāhu álayhi wa âlihi wa sahbihī wa sallam blessed hands.
From al-Malfūz, pp 75-76. -- Imam Ahmed Rida Khan
Recite Salawāt [Durūd Sharīf] excessively at night. Also continue reading Durūd Sharīf during the day, in fact, at all times. The following Durūd Sharīf has been proven most effective for the blessed Ziyārah.
Recite this Salawat 100 times or more daily without fail after Salāt al-‘Esha.
There is no better Salawāt than the above to be blessed with the sacred Ziyārah of Sayyid al-‘Alamīn şallAllāhu álayhi wa sallam. Bear in mind that Salawāt [Durūd Sharīf] must not be read with the intention of Ziyārah, but purely for the love and respect of the Beloved Prophet of Allāh şallAllāhu álayhi wa sallam. Let the rest lie in the mystic favours and blessings of the Glorious Ĥabīb şallAllāhu álayhi wa sallam.
From al-Malfudh Sharif, pg326:
There are many places where the comment of the Imāms of Tafsīr are not accepted, e.g. Qādī Baydāwī and Khā’zin both have specified that Towrāt still has comprehensive details of everything.
Qādī Baydāwī and Imām Khā’zin rađiyAllāhu ánhuma are not Imāms of Tafsīr. To be an Imām of Tafsīr is one thing and to compile a book on the subject of Tafsīr is totally a different thing altogether. The Imāms of Tafsīr are the illustrious Sahāba rađiyAllāhu ánhum and only the distinguished ‘Ulamā amongst the Tāba’īn rađiyAllāhu ánhum. Not every Tāba’ī is an Imām of Tafsīr, only the most knowledgeable amongst them who have specialised in this field are regarded as Imams of Tafsīr. Imām Mujāhid rađiyAllāhu ánhu was certainly an Imām of Tafsīr and he perfected the field under the tutorship of Sayyid al-Mufassirīn Jabar al-‘Ummah, Sayyidunā ‘Abdullāh ibn Abbās rađiyAllāhu ánhu. His commentary will certainly be accepted as authentic and unquestionable.
From al-Malfudh Sharif, pg 350 – 351:
If there are women performing salāh and behind theme there is a wall. What is the condition of the salāh of the men standing behind this wall?
If the wall is so low that the men are able to see the heads or chest of the women in front, then salāh [performed by the men] is not accepted.
What if the women are elderly?
Old or young, it is forbidden for women to go to the Masjid. It is stated in a blessed Hadith, “For women, salāh performed in a [secluded] cellar is better than that performed in their [private] room. Salāh performed in her room is better than that performed by her in the veranda [of her home]. Salāh in her veranda is better than the salāh performed in the courtyard [of her home]. And the salāh performed in the courtyard is better than the salāh performed in my Masjid [Masjid al-Nabawi Sharif]." 
Thus, women are exempted from performing salāh with the congregation in a Masjid. In fact, it is forbidden by the Sharī’āh for women to perform salāh in a Masjid. Their association and intermingling with men is never empty of Fitnah. Look around you today! What is the moral situation of the Muslim society? Does this not open the eyes of the Muslim?
 In this hadîth, Sayyiduna RasulAllah şallAllāhu álayhi wa sallam emphasises that the more a woman hides herself in performing salāh, the better and more excellent it is for her
From al-Malfūdh Sharīf, Pg 95:
Were the thirty chapters of the Glorious Qur’ān already established in the sacred era of the Sahaba?
Imam Jalāl al-Dīn Suyutī rađiyAllāhu ánhu [d. 911/1505] in his famous book, al-Itqān fī ‘Ulūm al-Qur’ān, has compiled all the relevant ahadīth and narrations pertaining to the compilation of the Holy Qur’ān. It is not mentioned anywhere in this book of a chapter which tells us that it was done in that sacred era. Yes, the rukū’s existed.
From al-Malfūdh Sharīf, Pg 341:
How must one reply to the Salām of a young ghayr mehram woman?
Reply to her softly in the heart and not loudly.
From al-Malfūdh Sharīf, Pg 302,
Is it permissible to fold one’s beard? [I.e. push it under one’s chin]
It is stated in Hadith Sharif: He who folds [or ties] their beards, let it be known that [the Beloved Messenger] Muhammad is disgusted with them.
 Fath al-Bārī cited from Sunan Abu Dāwud