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#1 [Permalink] Posted on 24th May 2013 10:39
Virtues & Ettiquesttes Of Durood Sharif

In one Hadith it is mentioned that the person who recites Durud once, Allaah opens a door of safety and security for him. Another Hadith states that the person who recites Durud once, Allaah will send ten mercies upon him, forgive ten sins of his and raise his stages by ten.



Allamah Shams ud Deen Sakhaawi rahmatullah alaih , has first briefly mentioned the special virtues and the benefits in this world and the Aakhirah in Al Qawl al Badee.

He then proved them from the Ahadith in detail. Similarly, Muhaddith Bhopali rahmatullah alaih has mentioned the special blessings of Durud in Nuzul ul Abraar as well as the narrator from whom it has been proven.

Herewith we briefly mention the special virtues and blessings of Durud, from which we can gauge what great and lofty blessings and benefits Durud holds.

By means of this, every believer will be encouraged to recite Durud in abundance



1.A person synchronizes with Allaah in that Allaah also sends Durud.
2.A person synchronizes with the angels in that they also send Durud.
3.A single Durud of a believer draws ten mercies of Allaah.
4.It is a means of attaining the mercy and Du'aa of the angels.
5.It is a means of attaining the Du'aa and mercy of Rasulullaah e.
6.A single Durud causes ten mercies to descend, ten sins are forgiven and a person's stages are raised by ten.
7.Recital of a hundred Durud is a means of freedom from Jahannam and hypocrisy.
8.A hundred Durud causes a hundred needs to be fulfilled.
9.A hundred Durud is a means of getting to live with the martyrs.
10.A hundred Durud draws a thousand Durud of the angels.
11.A person gets the reward of a 'Qeeraat' for reciting Durud once.
12.Forgiveness is sought on behalf of the person who recites Durud.
13.It causes the forgiveness of sins.
14.It purifies deeds.
15.It carries more reward than freeing a slave.
16.A person's deeds will be weighed in a large scale.
17.A person will enter Jannah together with Rasulullaah e.
18.A single Durud draws seventy mercies from the angels.
19.It causes one to get the intercession of Rasulullaah e.
20.It causes one to get the testimony of Rasulullaah e (in ones favour).
21.It is a means of salvation from fear of Qiyaamah.
22.It causes one's scale to be filled with good deeds.
23.It is a means of getting the shade of the 'arsh.
24.It is a means of getting many spouses in Jannah.
25.It is a means of being the closest to Rasulullaah e on the Day of Qiyaamah.
26.It brings the happiness and pleasure of Allaah I.
27.It is a means of being quenched from the pond of kauthar-pond.
28.It brings the help and assistance of the angels.
29.It is a means of protection from severe thirst on the plains of resurrection.
30.It causes a person to be firm on the bridge of siraat.
31.A person attains the reward equal to fighting in a Ghazwah.
32.A person attains the reward of charity if he does not have wealth to give in charity.
33.It is the most beloved of deeds.
34.It is the beauty of gatherings.
35.It causes poverty and straitened conditions to be removed.
36.The blessings of Durud carry on in ones progeny.
37.It is a means of shaking the hand of Rasulullaah e on the Day of Qiyaamah.
38.It causes the rust of the heart to be removed.
39.It causes one to remember something that he forgot.
40.It is a means of protection from mistakes in the path to Jannah.
41.It is a means of strengthening and enlivening the heart.
42.It brings blessings in the affairs of the recite.
43.It causes love for Rasulullaah e to increase.
44.A person will become beloved and honoured in the sight of others.
45.It will cause one to see Rasulullaah e in a dream.
46.It causes one to attain such light through which a person will over power his enemies.
47.It causes sorrow and grief, calamities and difficulties to be removed.
48.It is a means of being saved from drowning.
49.Blessings will come in a person's wealth.
50.A person will get glad tidings of Jannah or he will see his abode in Jannah in this world.
51.It causes one to be saved from the backbiting of others.
52.It causes one to be safe from accusation.
53.It causes all types of blessings in this world and in the Aakhirah.
54.It causes Du'aa to be accepted, that Durud is accepted, and due to this, the Du'aa is also accepted.[Adapted from Al Qawl al Badee p.98, Jilaa ul Afhaam p.246]


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#2 [Permalink] Posted on 24th May 2013 10:40
A Few Rulings Regarding Durood Sharif

1.It is obligatory upon every Muslim torecite Durud at least once in his lifetime. (Si'aaya p.38)

2.It is Sunnah Mu'akkadah to recite Durudafter tashahhud in the final sitting of salaah. (Si'aayah p.38)

3.It is compulsory to recite Durud when thename of Rasulullaah صلى الله عليه وسلم is taken in a gathering.

4.If the name of Rasulullaah صلى الله عليهوسلم is taken a number of times in a gathering, then it is compulsory to reciteDurud the first time. The rest of the times it will be Mustahab. According toImaam Tahaawi it iscompulsory at every time. (Si'aayah, Bahr ur Raa'iq vol.1 p.346)

5.It is correct to suffice on Durud, withoutreciting Salaam. (Al Qawl p.26)

6.If the wording of the Durud only has thoseof Salaat and not Salaam, then it is Mustahab to join the words of Salaam. Ifthe Durud is repeated, then it will be Mustahab to join the words of Salaam nowand then. (Nuzul ul Abraar p.129)

7.It is prohibited to join words to theforms of Salaat and Salaam narrated in the Ahadith. (Nuzul ul Abraarp.129)

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#3 [Permalink] Posted on 24th May 2013 10:42
Occasions On Which To Recite Durood

This refers to the conditions and places inwhich it is proven to recite Durud, as well as those places and conditions thatcarry reward and virtue and will serve as a means of blessings and benefits inthis world and in the Aakhirah.

These places have been proven as discussedin great detail by Shams ud Deen Ibn Qayyim Jauziyyah in Jilaa ul Afhaam,


Muhaddith Siddique Hasan Khan Bhopaliin Nuzul ul Abraar min AlAd'iyah wal Adhkaar and Shams ud Deen Sakhaawi in Al Qawl ul Badee fi asSalaat ala al Habeeb ash Shafee'. It is sufficient to recite Durud at these times and places, whether it be short or lengthy.


1.After completing wudhoo.
2.After performing Tayammum.
3.After Ghusl, whether it be a Ghusl of Jnaabat or a Ghusl after Haydh andNifaas.
4.In Salaat (the final sitting).
5.When writing a bequest.
6.At the time of the nikah khutbah.
7.At the start of the day, i.e. in the morning.
8.At the end of the day, i.e. in the evening.
9.At the time of sleeping.
10.When travelling.
11.When boarding the conveyance.
12.Then leaving the marketplace.
13.When invited for meals (when sitting at the food cloth).
14.When entering the home.
15.When beginning a letter or journal.
16.After reciting tasmiyah.
17.At the time of sorrow, grief, worry and calamity.
18.When experiencing straitened conditions and poverty.
19.At the time of need and want.
20.When drowning.
21.At the time of a plague, or when a fatal sickness spreads.
22.At the beginning, in the middle and at the end of du'aa.
23.When there is ringing in the ears.
24.When the hands and feet become numb.
25.When sneezing.
26.When forgetting the place of something one has placed in a particularplace.
27.When eating radish.
28.When a donkey brays.
29.When repenting from a sin.
30.When making Du'aa after Salaat ul Haajah.
31.After tashahhud.
32.After completing Salaah.
33.When the Jama'ah gets ready for Salaah.
34.After Fajr Salaah.
35.After completing Maghrib Salaah.
36.After Qunut.
37.When waking for tahajjud Salaah.
38.After completing tahajjud Salaah.
39.When entering the Masjid.
40.When leaving the Masjid.

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#4 [Permalink] Posted on 24th May 2013 10:44
It should be remembered that it iscompulsory to write or recite Durud when writing the name of Rasulullaah صلىالله عليه وسلم,

or when saying his name. This is greatlyemphasized in the Hadith and there are grave warnings for the person who goesagainst this teaching.

Writing the entire Durood

Also, it is necessary to write the entire Durud after the name of Rasulullaah صلى الله عليه وسلم. The command of Durudwill not be fulfilled by writing (saw) or any other shortened form,

nor will a person get reward.



يَا رَبِّ صَلِّ وَ سَلَّمِدَائِمًا اَبَدًا عَلٰى حَبِيْبِكَ خَيْرِ الْخَلْقِ كُلِّهِمْ


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#5 [Permalink] Posted on 24th May 2013 10:49
Why is the simile in Tashahhud special with Hadhrat Ibraaheem (a.s) ? and What is the reason for giving virtue to Hadhrat Ibraaheem (a.s) over Rasulullaah (s.a.w) in the Durud?


There are 2 questions here:


1.In the tashahhud, why is the similarity drawn only with Hadhrat Ibraaheem (A.S).

2.What is the reason for giving virtue to Hadhrat Ibraaheem (A.S) over Rasulullaah (S.A.W) in Durud Sharif (as You have sent mercy upon Ibraaheem).

The answer to the first question is as follows,


1.Honour for Hadhrat Ibraaheem (A.S).
2.In lieu of the Du'aa he made for the Ummah of Rasulullaah (S.A.W) .
3.Other Ambiyaa' were not included in his Du'aa.
4.Hadhrat Ibraaheem (A.S) is the Khaleel (friend) of Allaah I and Rasulullaah (S.A.W) is the Habeeb (beloved) of Allaah I.
5.Hadhrat Ibraaheem (A.S) was commanded to call the people for Hajj [Surah Hajj, verse 27] and Rasulullaah (S.A.W) was commanded to call towards Deen and Imaan [Surah Aal Imraan, verse193].
6.Hadhrat Ibraaheem (A.S) saw that Kalimah Tayyibah was written on the trees of Jannah in a dream, so he made Du'aa to Allaah I to establish his mention on the tongues of the Ummah of Rasulullaah (S.A.W)
7.It could be because Allaah has said,

وَ اجْعَلْ لِّیْ لِسَانَ صِدْقٍ فِی الْاٰخِرِیْنَ ﴿ۙ۸۴﴾

Maintain a favourable word for me among those who are to come.[Surah Shu'araa (the Poets) 26:84]


1.Hadhrat Ibraaheem (A.S) is the most virtuous of all the other Rasuls.
2.He is the father of the believers, as Allaah I says,

مِلَّۃَ اَبِیْكُمْ اِبْرٰہِیْمَ ؕ

Follow the religion of your father Ibraaheem. [Surah Hajj, verse78]


1.Rasulullaah (S.A.W) was given the order to follow Hadhrat Ibraaheem (A.S) , especially in the rituals of Hajj.
2.Hadhrat Ibraaheem (A.S) also made this Du'aa, "O Allaah, make from me whichever old person of the Ummah of Muhammad performs Hajj..."

There are a number of replies to the second question, i.e. why has Hadhrat Ibraaheem (A.S) been given preference and virtue in Durud e Ibraaheem (as You have sent mercy upon Ibraaheem),


1.Rasulullaah (S.A.W) gave this similarity at the time when he did not know that he was more virtuous than Hadhrat Ibraaheem u.
2.Rasulullaah gave virtue to Hadhrat Ibraaheem u out of humility and he commanded his Ummah to do the same.
3.This similarity is not showing one person to be more virtuous than another, but it is related to an example, as Allaah I mentions in the Qur'aan,

اِنَّآ اَوْحَیْنَآ اِلَیْکَ کَمَآ اَوْحَیْنَا ٓ اِلٰی نُوْحٍ

Indeed We have sent revelation to you just as We had sent revelation to Nooh u. [Surah Nisaa (Women) 4:164]

Or, fasting has been made obligatory upon you just as it was made obligatory upon those before you. The meaning of this is the reality of fasting, not its time and its form. This is like somebody saying, 'Do good to your children like how you do good to someone.' The meaning of this is the reality of goodness, not the amount. Therefore, the meaning of 'just as You had sent mercy upon Ibraaheem and the family of Ibraaheem' will be like these examples


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#6 [Permalink] Posted on 24th May 2013 10:49
Reciting Durud Sharif After Azaan

It is narrated then when you hear the Azaan, then repeat the words. After this, recite Durud and ask waseela for Rasulullaah (S.A.W) which is a great stage in Jannah and is special for Rasulullaah (S.A.W) and he will make intercession from there. So, whoever asked waseela for Rasulullaah (S.A.W), the intercession of Rasulullaah (S.A.W) for him is a certainty. The Du'aa after Azaan has been narrated through various chains (with some additional words in some). However, generally, the following Du'aa is recited,


اللهم رب هذه الدعوة التامة والصلوة القائمة آت محمد الوسيله والفضيلة وابعثه مقاما محمود الذي وعدته إنك لا تخلف الميعاد

O Allaah, Rabb of this complete call and of this established Salaat, bless Muhammad with waseela and virtue and take Muhammad (S.A.W) to the place of Maqaam e Mahmud - which You have promised. Indeed You do not go against Your promise.



For this reason, intercession will become compulsory. It is narrated then when the mu'ezzin says ( حى على الصلاة ), then the listener should say ( لا حول ولا قوة إلا بالله ). And when he says (حى على الفلاح ), the listener should say ( اللهم اجعلنا من اهل الفلاح).


The meaning of waseela is also said to be closeness and proximity. From here it is learnt that it is permissible to make Rasulullaah (S.A.W) a waseela to go to Allaah I, i.e. it is love for Allaah I.


There is difference of opinion with regards to the meaning of Maqaam e Mahmud. One view is that Rasulullaah (S.A.W) has to give witness upon his Ummah. One view is that he will be granted the flag of hamd on the Day of Qiyaamah. Another view is that Allaah I will place Rasulullaah (S.A.W) on the Divine Throne. It is also said that he will be made to sit on the Kursi. One view states that it is intercession. The author says that there is no great difference between these different views because all of them will happen at the same time.

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#7 [Permalink] Posted on 24th May 2013 10:50
Reciting Durud Sharif after Azaan (2)

There are a few types of intercession:

1. Intercession to save people from the difficulties of the plains of reckoning.

2. Intercession to save those people about whom judgement has been made that they will go to Jahannam.

3. Intercession for those who have already been put into Jahannam.

4. Intercession for those people who have been stopped from entry into Jannah due to sins, that they should be entered into Jannah.

5. Intercession to elevate the ranks of those in Jannah.

6. Intercession for the people who are buried in Madinah.

7. Intercession for those who visited the grave of Rasulullaah (S.A.W).

8. Intercession to open the doors of Jannah.

9. Intercession for those who replied to the Azaan.

10. Intercession to lessen the punishment for those disbelievers who served Rasulullaah (S.A.W).

11. Intercession for the special friends of Allaah I.



Therefore, O reader, go ahead in sending Durud upon Rasulullaah (S.A.W).


The intercession of Rasulullaah (S.A.W) is for the general believers. So, what importance does the intercession of Rasulullaah (S.A.W) hold for the people of Madinah who are patient when struck by a calamity? The answer to this is that the intercession for the general believers is for the sinners among them. The intercession for the people of Madinah is for being patient upon the calamities and difficulties like the battles, especially the battle of Uhud. It is also said that Rasulullaah (S.A.W) will be a witness for the people of Madinah and then intercede for the rest of the people. Witnessing will be for increase in stages and out of honour and grace. Intercession will be special for the sinners. For some people there will be both, e.g. to be in the shade of the divine throne, to be on pulpits of light etc.

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#13 [Permalink] Posted on 24th May 2013 12:37
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#14 [Permalink] Posted on 24th May 2013 13:59
Ibn Bunan al-Asbahani (رحمه الله) says: I once saw Nabi (صلى الله عليه وسلم) in a dream and asked, "O Nabi of Allaah (صلى الله عليه وسلم), have you given any special honour to Muhammad Ibn Idrees ash-Shafi'ee (رحمه الله)?"

Nabi (صلى الله عليه وسلم) replied, "Yes, I have asked Allaah (سبحانه و تعالى) to excuse him from reckoning on the Day of Qiyamah."

I asked, "What was the reason for this?"

Nabi (صلى الله عليه وسلم) replied, "He recited a unique durood upon me."

I asked, "What durood did he recite?"

Nabi (صلى الله عليه وسلم) asnwered, "He would say,



Transliteration


Allaahumma salli 'alaa muhammadin kullamaa dhakarahudh-dhaakiroon, wa kullamaa ghafala 'an dhikrihil-ghaafiloon
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'O Allaah (سبحانه و تعالى), bestow Your mercy and blessings upon Muhammad (صلى الله عليه وسلم) whenever he is remembered, and bestow Your mercy and blessings upon Muhammad (صلى الله عليه وسلم) whenever he is not remembered.'"

[Pearls From The Path, Volume 2]

Muadh Khan wrote:
Asslamo Allaikum, This beautiful Durood is written by our noble and beloved Imam Ash-Shaf'ae (RA) in his Kitaabul-Risaalah and here it is: صلَّى الله على نبيِّنا مُحَمَّدٍ كلَّما ذَكَرَهُ الذَّاكِرُونَ وغَفَل عن ذِكْرِهِ الغافِلُونَ . وصلَّى الله عليه في الأوَّلين والآخرين ، أفضلَ وأكثرَ وأزكى ما صلَّى على أَحَدٍ من خَلْقِـهِ . وزكَّانا وإيَّاكم بالصَّلاة عليه ، أفضلَ ما زكَّى أحدًا من أُمَّتِهِ بصلاته عليه . والسَّلام عليه ورحمةُ الله وبركاته


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#15 [Permalink] Posted on 21st February 2014 17:33
The Benefit of Abundant Durood

A young man who was making tawaaf of the Ka`bah was reciting Durood Shareef in abundance. Someone asked if he experienced any effect of the Durood Shareef. The young man narrated the following episode:

"My father and I went for Hajj. Along the journey my father became ill and died. His face became black; his eyes became horribly contorted and his stomach bloated. I cried and said: 'Inna lillahi wa inna ilayhi raji-oon.' I bewailed my father's death in the journey and his condition. That night when I fell asleep, I saw in a dream Rasulullah (sallallahu alayhi wasallam) approaching my father. He rubbed his blessed hand on my father's face. Immediately it became whiter than milk and glittered. He then rubbed his hand on my father's bloated stomach. His stomach subsided and became normal. When Rasulullah (sallallahu alayhi wasallam) was about to leave, I took hold of his blessed shawl and exclaimed: 'O my chief! Who are you?' He said: 'Do you not recognize me? I am Muhammad, the Rasool of Allah. This, your father, was grossly disobedient and a sinner. However he recited Durood in abundance. I have therefore come to his aid when this calamity befell him.'"

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