Hadrat Shaikh ’Abd al-Haqq ad-Dahlawî [passed away in Delhi in 1052 (1642 A.D.)] wrote in his Persian work Takmîl al-îmân: “A hadîth-i-sherîf says, ‘You will see your Rabb on the Day of Judgement as you see the [full] moon on the fourteenth [of the month].’ As Allâhu ta’âlâ is known incomprehensibly in this world, so He will be seen incomprehensibly in the Hereafter. Great scholars such as Abu’l-Hasan al-Ash’arî and al-Imâm as-Suyûtî and al-Imâm al-Baihakî said that also angels were going to see Allâhu ta’âlâ in Paradise. Al-Imâm al-a’zâm Abu Hanîfa and some other scholars said that genies did not earn thawâb and would not enter Paradise and that only faithful genies would escape Hell. Women will see Allâhu ta’âlâ a few times in a year like festivals in this world. Perfect (kâmil) Believers will see Him every morning and evening while other Believers will see Him on Fridays. To this humble person myself, this good news covers the faithful women and angels and genies, too; it would be proper that the perfect and ’ârif women such as Fâtimat az-Zahrâ, Khadîjat al-Kubrâ, ’Â’ishat as-Sıddîqa and other Pure Wives [of the Prophet] and Hadrat Mariam and Hadrat Âsiya be given special treatment. Al-Imâm as-Suyûtî, too, meant this.”