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

Salawat Durood Collection Vol 1 Draft

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.

Aliya Publications Lenasia South Africa 27(0)11 852 3661 / 27(0)83 290 8417 aliyapublications@gmail.com

Salawat / Durood and the removal of dificulties – Shyakh Muhammad bin Alawi al-Maliki al-Hassani

The Invocation of Blessings and Peace upon the Prophet of Allah (may Allah bless him and give him peace.)

Translated by Khalid Williams from ‘Abwab al-Faraj’ by the esteemed Sheikh Muhammad bin Alawi al-Maliki al-Hassani, may Allah forgive and be pleased with him, who died in Makkah in Ramadan, 2004

In the Name of Allah, the Compassionate, the Merciful.

Among the greatest means of obtaining ease in times of hardship is invocating blessings and peace upon the Prophet of Allah (may Allah bless him and give him peace), which the Prophet (may Allah bless him and give him peace) himself clarified for us how in a tradition narrated by Ubai bin Ka’ab (may Allah be pleased with him), who said; ‘I said, ‘O Messenger of Allah, I supplicate often, so how much of my supplication should I devote to you?’ He replied, ‘as you desire’. I said, ‘a quarter of it?’ He said ‘as you desire, but if you were to increase upon this, it would be better for you.’ I said, ‘half of it?’ He said, ‘as you desire, but if you were to increase upon this, it would be better for you.’ I said, ‘two-thirds of it?’ He said again, ‘as you desire, but if you were to increase upon this, it would be better for you.’ Finally I said, ‘and if I dedicate my supplication in its entirety to you?’ He said, ‘then your needs will be satisfied, and your sins forgiven.’[1]

It is clear that he whom Allah satisfies his worldly needs has been truly blessed with Allah’s kindness and mercy. He also has been given security from all that he fears, and has attained the utmost protection from all harm and evils; indeed he is carried aboard the ship of salvation. This means he is secure from all things which create worries and needs, secure from poverty, debt, subjugation, weakness, disease, fear, and all other calamities and disasters; he has guaranteed that his worldly affairs will be upright and good. . And should he obtain, alongside this, forgiveness from the sins and salvation from the perils of the Day of Resurrection, so that he may enter Paradise in peace, he has most certainly guaranteed that his affairs in the Hereafter will be good and upright, too.

What more could the worshipper require besides this? And all of this is obtained through invoking blessings and peace upon the Messenger of Allah (may Allah bless him and give him peace); with it lies the key to guaranteeing goodness in the affairs of this life, and in the Hereafter.

We will now give mention to some of the benefits of invocating blessings and peace upon our Master Muhammad (may Allah bless him and give him peace), by way of drawing from the works of the scholars of Islam, namely Sheikh ibn al-Qayyim, and Sheikh ibn Hajar al-Haytami.

1 Responding to the order of Allah, Exalted and Magnificent.[2]

2 Following the lead of Allah, Exalted and Magnificent in the sending of blessings upon His Messenger (may Allah bless him and give him peace), although the blessings (Salawat) differ, being from us supplication and request, and being from Allah exaltation and ennoblement.

3 Following the Angels in invocation of the Messenger (may Allah bless him and give him peace), also.

4 The attainment of ten blessings from Allah for the one who invokes one blessing upon His Messenger (may Allah bless him and give him peace).[3]

5 He who sends blessing upon the Prophet (may Allah bless him and give him peace), Allah raises him by ten degrees.

6 He also has written for him ten good deeds.

7 He also has erased from his record ten bad deeds.[4]

8 The invocation increases the chance of one’s supplication being answered if it follows the supplication, as the invocation of blessings upon the Prophet (may Allah bless him and give him peace) lifts those supplications up to the Lord of the Worlds which were stalled between the heavens and the earth. [5]

9 It is a means to receive the intercession of the Prophet (may Allah bless him and give him peace), whether or not a specific intercession is sought.

10 It is a means to have one’s sins forgiven.

11 It is a means for Allah to satisfy his bondman’s worldly needs.

12 It is a means to draw near to the Prophet (may Allah bless him and give him peace) on the Day of Resurrection.[6]

13 It compensates for giving charity for those who are too poor to give it.

14 It is a means of fulfilling one’s needs (Qada’ al-Hawa’ij)

15 It is a means to receive the Prophet’s (may Allah bless him and give him peace) blessings, and the Angels likewise.[7]

16 It is a means of purification for he who invokes it.

17 For one who sends blessings on him (may Allah bless him and give him peace) it is glad tidings in his life that he has been granted his place in Paradise as is mentioned by Al-Hafiz Abu Musa in his book on the matter, for which he brought Hadith as evidence.

18 It is a means of salvation from the horrors of the Day of Resurrection, as also mentioned by Abu Musa with evidence.

19 It is a means for the Prophet (may Allah bless him and give him peace) to return the blessings and greeting upon he who invokes it.[8]

20 It is a means of ennobling a meeting or gathering and a means to prevent any ill talk or conduct occurring therein, so that it will not return upon its participants as a hardship on the Day of Resurrection.[9]

21 It is a means to remember something which has been forgotten.

22 It is a safeguard against poverty.

23 It saves one from being branded a miser if one were to omit it upon the Prophet’s name (may Allah bless him and give him peace) being mentioned.[10]

24 It saves one from being cursed and disgraced because the one who omits the blessings and prayers upon hearing the Prophet’s name (may Allah bless him and give him peace) risks receiving Allah’s anger.[11]

25 It keeps the one who invokes it steadfast upon the path to Paradise, and keeps he who neglects it from traveling the path.

26 It safeguards a meeting from turning ill; a meeting without the mention of Allah Exalted and His Messenger (may Allah bless him and give him peace), and without the praise and glorification of Allah and the invocation of blessings on His Messenger (may Allah bless him and give him peace) has no blessing nor benefit.

27 It is a cause for the perfection of any speech which begins with the praise of Allah the Exalted and the blessings of His Messenger (may Allah bless him and give him peace).

28 It is a cause for the bondman to find light cast in abundance in his life to guide him on the Straight Path.

29 It refines the worshipper’s character and manners.

30 It is a means for Allah to preserve those in the heavens and the earth praising and commending he who invokes it.

31 It is a means of the worshipper to obtain blessing for himself in his work, life and provision.

32 It is a means of obtaining the mercy of Allah.

33 It sustains, increases and multiplies love for the Messenger of Allah (may Allah bless him and give him peace), which is among the core bases of Faith, without which faith cannot be complete.

34 It earns the Prophet’s (may Allah bless him and give him peace) love for the bondsman.

35 It is a means of the worshipper’s guidance, and a source of vitality for his heart.

36 It causes the worshipper’s name to be shown to the Prophet, and the mention of the worshipper to him (may Allah bless him and give him peace).[12]

37 It is a means for the worshipper to find ease upon crossing the pass over the Hellfire.

38 Invoking blessing and peace upon the Prophet (may Allah bless him and give him peace) is an infinitesimal recompense of his right upon us, and of the thanks which we owe for the grace which Allah has bestowed upon us by sending him (may Allah bless him and give him peace), although what he truly deserves is innumerable, either for us to comprehend or to bestow, or even to will. However Allah, because of His Boundless Generosity, is pleased with his bondsmen even with the small amount of thanks they can offer.

39 Invoking blessing and peace upon the Prophet (may Allah bless him and give him peace) in itself contains remembrance of Allah the Exalted, and is an expression of thanks to Him and a recognition of His immense favour upon His bondsmen by sending him (may Allah bless him and give him peace).

The Salawat/Durood of the Awliya for every Ailment and Affliction-With Transliteration and Wird

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Salawat of the Awliya Digital ED

A collection of Durūds on the Best of Allāhʼs Creation for acquiring the love of Rasulullāh ﷺ the removal of worries, calamities, fulfilling of needs and for barakah in ones life

and sustenance

Introduction

This book of Salawāt / Durūd contains various selected Durūds from the blessed lips of Rasulullāh sallallāhu alayhi wasallam and the Awliyā Allāh, the saintly friends of Allāh.

Durūd should be read for the pleasure of Allāh and as a means of love, veneration and gratitude to Rasulullāh sallallahu alayhi wasallam. However Durūd is such a devotion that if a duā is made together with it, Allāh readily accepts that dua. Thus it has been a practice of the Awliya of Allāh to seek the help of Allāh in times of distress by combining Durūd with their duās.

Many of the Durūds in this book have been shown to these Awliyā through Ilhām (inspiration) or have been granted acceptance and approval in the court of Rasulullāh Sallallāhu alayhi wasallam and some Durūds have been taught by Rasulullāh Sallallāhu alayhi wasallam to these Awliyā for increasing their nisbat (spiritual connection) with him, sallallahu alayhi wasallam, or as a solution to various problems, difficulties and hardships they encountered in their lives. These pious servants of Allāh, after experiencing the barakah and benefits of these duruds began teaching them to their followers who also expereinced the barakah of these duruds in their lives.

Regular recital of these Durūds results in the reciter attaining a special love and bond with Rasulullāh sallallāhu alayhi wasallam and is also a means of removing poverty, difficulties, hardships, sicknesses, problems, worries and grief. To attain the full blessings of the Salawāt/DurŪds mentioned in this book they should be read as daily wird/wazīfa, either in the morning or the evening. In times of severe difficulty it should be read both morning and evening or after every Fardh Salah with the intention of relief from ones difficulty. Thereafter dua should be made. And the best intention is to attain the true love and following of Sayyidinā Rasulullāh ﷺ . It is advisable to recite this collection daily together with the 40 Hadith Durūd collection of Hadhrat Shaykh al-Hadith Moulānā Muhammad Zakariyyā Rahimahullāh.