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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Salawat as Suroor – Duroods of happiness that dispel Sorrow Arabic Draft

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

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