SALAWAT / DUROOD COLLECTION Vol 1- Salawaat that create happiness in the heart and remove sadness and sorrow

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Salawat Durood Collection Vol 1 – A collection of Salawaat that create happiness and  remove depression sadness and sorrow. Insha Allah!

The Salawaat/Duruud mentioned in this short work are very effective in gladdening the heart and keeping a person in good spirits and in a happy mood. By its constant recitation, worry grief and depression and calamties will be dispelled. There is an immense overflowing of barakah that can be felt when reading this work so much so that the reciter can continue reciting for long periods and still wish to go on reciting.

The collections in this work are :

– Bashaa-irul Khayraat of Hadrat Shaykh Abdul Qaadir Jilaani Rahimahullah- A wonderful collection of Qur’aanic Ayats and Salawaat.

– Salawaatus Suruur wal farah li Daf‘il Humuumi wat Tarah – The salawaat of Happiness and Gladness to Dispel Sorrow and Sadness. – Selected short salawat from Dalaa-ilulul Khayraat the famous salawaat compilation of Hadhrat Imaam al Jazuli Rahimahullah.

– A collection of Asma al Husna, Asma an Nabi and salwaat by Hadhrat Shaykhul Hadith Mowlana Yusuf Motala of Darul Uloom Al-Arabiyyah Al-Islaamiyyah, Bury, UK, the renowned Khalifaa of Hadhrat Shaykhul Hadiith Mowlanaa Muhammad Zakariyya Rahimahullah. We are grateful to Allah Ta’ala for having given us the good fortune of presenting to the readers this valuable compilation. May Allah and His Rasul sallallahu alayhi wasallam accept it. Amiin.

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Salaat and Salaam Upon the Prince of Mankind with the 99 names of Allah and the Prophetic Titles – Hadhrat Shaykhul Hadith Mowlana Yusuf Motala Hafizahullah

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ABOUT THIS BEAUTIFUL WORK

Foreword By The Compiler

Hazrat Shaykhul-Hadith Maulana Yusuf Motala Sahib

Distinguished Khalifah of Hazrat Shaykhul-Hadith Maulana Muhammad Zakariyya Sahib rahmatullahi alai

In the Name of Allah, the most compassionate, the Most Merciful.

All praises be to Allah, Lord of the worlds and peace and blessings upon the leader of all the prophets, the leader of the God fearing, the master of those whose faces will be shining on the day of Judgement, and peace upon all his descendents and companions.

Thereafter, the fervour and states of individuals arriving at the auspicious grave of the leader of both the worlds, pride of the universe, the best being to have walked upon the earth at anytime, mercy of both worlds Sallallahu alayhi wassalam, can be witnessed to be varying. Some, after presenting the renowned words of Salaat ‘o’ Salaam (peace and blessings) in respect and fear, remain silent, stunned.

Silence is a sign of true love. How can speaking in the presence of the beloved be beneficial.

Others, with difficulty try to control their trembling feet and string couplets full of deep love culminating into strings of tears rolling down their cheeks.

Your glance, O Prophet! Your glance. If not constantly at least occasionally.

The Salaat ‘o’ Salaam narrated from the Sahabah radiallahu anhum are very few. Thus the choice of words adopted by the scholars following the Sahabah radiyallah anhum are mostly recited. These collections comprise of rhymes and rhythmical patterns which increase the desire and the yearning of the reader. It also becomes a means of fluent recitation and makes it easier for memorisation.

The Salaat ‘o’ Salaam compiled in this small booklet are based upon the ninety-nine names of Allah known as Asma-e-Husna regarding which the Prophet Sallallahu alayhi wassalam says, “Allah has ninety nine names whosoever memorises them will enter paradise” {Sahi Bukhari}.

The blessed attributes and names of the Holy Prophet Sallahu Alayhi Wasallam which have been narrated by the scholars, mashaaikh and authors of seerah, have been presented alongside Asma-e-Husna in this booklet. More than sixty blessed attributes of the Holy Prophet Sallahu Alayhi Wasallam have been taken from Allam a Sakhawee’s book Al-Qawlul Badee and the remainder from other Islamic texts. Whenever the blessed name of the Holy Prophet Sallahu Alayhi Wasallam could not be matched in rhyme with Allah’s blessed names then an attribute was not formed by me but rather the rhythmical pattern was discontinued.

For some time I had been reciting these words of Salaat ‘o’ Salaam so when some of the pious acclaimed them and added words of encouragement I thought that if this collection of Salaat ‘o’ Salaam was to be published then it would be easier to present as gift to those interested. This was the cause of this book being published..

I would like to give a few words of advice regarding this booklet:

1. You will not only be rewarded for the recitation of Salaat ‘o’ Salaam but there is also a separate reward for the recitation of Asma-e-Husna.

2. Through the frequent recitation of this collection, Asma-e- Husna can be memorised regarding which encouragement has been narrated.

3. Frequent recitation of the Holy Prophet Sallahu Alyhi Wasallam’s blessed attributes increases respect and love for the Holy Prophet Sallahu Alayhi Wasallam, which is an Islamic requirement.

4. There are some attributes of the Holy Prophet Sallahu Alayhi Wasallam, which are also found among the Asma-e-Husna. No polytheistic association with the attributes of Allah should be suspected because, where ‘compassionate’ (Raheem) and `affectionate`(Rauf) are from Asmsa-e-Husna they have also been ascribed to the Holy Prophet Sallallahu Alayhi Wasallam in the Holy Qur’an. Almighty Allah says,”…compassionate, affectionate to the believers”. {9:128}

On the contrary some attributes of Allah have even been used in conjunction with others besides Allah in both the Quran and Hadith. Allah says “verily, we have created man from Nutfah, drops of mixed semen (discharge of men and women), in order to try him, so We made him Samee (hearing), Baseer (seeing).”{76:2}

In this verse, every human being is referred to as ‘Samee’ and ‘Baseer’ although these are from among the seven core attributes of Allah. It should beremembered that when theses attributes are ascribed to Allah the belief should be that these are Allah’s natural attributes, and when these attributes are used to characterise the creation then it is necessary to believe that these attributes are not innate but are God given. Furthermore, the blessed attributes mentioned here are solely supplications for the Holy Prophet Sallallahu Alayhi Wasallam, which negates the association of attributes with Allah.

May Almighty Allah, grace the compiler, the publisher and the readers with favours and blessings of Salaat ‘o’ Salaam and may He make it the means of increase nearness and love for the Holy Prophet Sallallahu Alayhi Wasallam.

There is no specific time for the recitation of the collection, it may be recited before or after Fajar or Maghrib Sallah, before the recitation of the Quran or before supplication for any need.

May Allah’s blessings be upon our Master Muhamad Sallallahu Alayhi Wasallam, his descendants and his companions.

Dhikr and the Journey of Tasawwuf

The Journey of Tasawuf

Zikr has its complete effect when the heart mind soul and body has remembered Allah.

The utmost respect should be adopted before commencing the zikr. For one is spending his time in a relationship with his most gracious Allah.

When we begin our zikr we must try and be aware even for a few moments that Allah is remembering me, and His noor is showering on our hearts and by its barakah it’s washing away the stain of the effects of sin on our hearts. Similarly like If we open a tap full n put a dirty plate under it.

We should not desire any form of effect. For when washing away the many stains of years and years of sin and negligence of the heart takes time.

Our mashaikh have advised the reading of istigfar before commencing our zikr as well.

This should be done from our hearts as well as tongues.

Istigfar cleans the heart while zikr polishers it.

Then we should feel shy that Allah you are remembering this sinner. This should bring tears to ones heart and if possible eyes as well.

And finally we should allow hope to flow in our hearts, that oh my Allah only with Your kindness we’ll receive Your love and forgiveness.

That’s one possible reason why we say

Allah hu Haziri -Allah is present
Allah hu naaziri- Allah is watchin
Allah hu ma’ii – Allah is with me

Haaziri – the knowledge of the presence of Allah moves us Away from sin.

This happens in two methods.
One, is the fear of the zaat of Allah and his punishment.
Two, fear for Allah based on respect and dignity.
both are correct the latter is affected by his lofty status while the other fears his power and anger.
Naaziri- the gaze n tawajuh of Allah brings humility regret.

Knowing that the knowledge of Allah is All encompassing. And Allah is giving me a chance to leave my evil ways brings regret as well as humility that Allah alone knows who I am.

Maeeyat- the friendship n connection with Allah allows the saalik to hope n this draws him closer to Allah then the previous stages.

May Allah bless us with his complete wilaayah.
And protect our imaan till we meet with him.

Advice of my dear friend-
Shaykh Hassan, Zawiya Khaliliya,South Africa

The Salawat of Gladness and Happiness to Dispel Sorrow and Sadness

The Salawat of Gladness and Happiness to Dispel Sorrow and Sadness

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The Salawat of Gladness and Happiness to Dispel Sorrow and Sadness

Dear Reader The Salawat/Durood mentioned in this short work are very effective in gladdening the heart and keeping a person in good spirits and mood. By its constant recitation, worry grief and depression will be dispelled. We have selected mostly short duroods that make the heart happy and can also be learnt and memorised easily. Most of these salawat are from the precious Salawat book Dala’ilul Khayrat of Imam al Jazuli Rahimahullah which is the most widely read salwat work in the world. There is an immense overflowing of barakah that can be felt when reading this work so much so that the reciter can continue reciting for long periods and still wish to go on reciting. We hope these salawat give the reader a ‘taste’ of the actual work and encourages the reciter to recite the actual Dala’il on a daily basis. There are a few salawat at the end that are from ‘Dhari-‘atul Wusool ila Janabir Rasul’ by Allamah Makhdoom Muhammad Sindhi, which was compiled by Hadhrat Shaykh Moulana Yusuf Ludhianvi. Rahmatullah Alayhim. These salawat are marked with a different symbol from the rest of the Salawat. We are grateful to Allah Ta’ala for having given us the good fortune of presenting to the readers a portion of this valuable work. May Allah and His Rasul sallallahu alayhi wasallam accept it. Ameen. Aliya Publications Lenasia South Africa 27(0)11 852 3661 / 27(0)83 290 8417