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Salawaat

Salawaat

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THE MOST FAMOUS SALAAT OFTHE IMAM
The most popular salaat from Lataaif i'l'Arshiyyah is:
 Allahumma Salli wa Sallim billisaani'l  jaami'ah Fi'l hadhrati'l waasi'ah'Alaa 'Abdika'l jaami'i li'lkamaalaati'l insaaniyyah Al waasi'i fi'l mashaahidi'r roohiyyah'Adada'l harakaati wa's sakanaat Wa'l khataraati wallahadhaat Wa 'adada'l musalleena 'alaihWa 'adada salawaatihimWa 'adada'z zaakireena lahuWa 'adada azkaarihimSalaatan yaqirru nuruhaa fee udhunee falaata'seeWa yaqirru nuruhaa fee 'aynee falaa ta'seeWa yaqirru nuruhaa fee lisaanee falaa ya'seeWa yaqirru nuruhaa fee qalbee falaa ya'seeWa yaqirru nuruhaa fee jasadee kullihi falaa ya'see Allahumma awsilnee ilaa haalatin Laa ya'malu feehaa qalbee bimukhaalafahWa laa yahummu bihaaWa laa tuqaarifu feehaa jawaariheema'siyahWa ballighnee ilaa maqaamin Laa yafturu feehi qalbee 'an taa'atin lak Mardhiyyatin ladayk maqboolatan 'indak Wa laa tanfakku jawaarihee feehe'An 'amalin saalihin khaalisin liwajhikamaqboolin ladayk Yaa Arhama'r Raahimeen
O Allah! Bestow blessings and peacethat are invoked by all tongues in a vastgatheringon Your servant (the noble Prophet),who combined in himself all admirablehuman qualities:such extensive blessings as are witnessed in
 
the realm of souls;in every situation, in every thought, in everymoment;as many times as the number of those whoinvoke blessings on himand the number of such invocations,and as many times as the number of thosewho remember himand the number of such rememberances,such blessings whose spiritual lightmay abide in my ears, in my eye, on mytongue,in my heart and indeed in my whole bodyso that neither my body nor these its partsdisobey Allah.O Allah! Let me reach to the situationwhere my heart does not act contrary to Your Wishes,does not cause me any anxiety,and does not temp my limbs to disobedience;and let me reach a positionin which my heart does not slacken in Your obedience,is pleasing in Your Presence, acceptable before You;and let my limbs not separate from gooddeedsdone sincerely to please You,that are acceptable in Your Presence,O The Most Merciful of those who showmercy.As can be seen, this
 salaat 
is in two parts.The first part is the
 salaat 
itself which isthere in Lataaif i'l 'Arshiyyah. The second part is
dua
(invocation). Although it is not inLataaif i'l 'Arshiyyah, it is generally recitedafter this
 salaat 
and is contained in manyother 
kutub
(books) such as
 Azkaar wa'l  Awraad 
(Regular Voluntary Invocations)compiled by Shaykh Muhyuddin binAbdulRahman bin Muhammad of Zanzibar.This
 salaat 
has become so famous that it isrecited at the end of every gathering of 
ilm
(learning),
 zikr 
(rememberance of Allah),and
mawlid 
(birth) celebration of the belovedProphet
Sallallahu 'alaihi wa Sallam
by the
 
muhibbeen
(loving disciples). One reason perhaps why this
 salaat 
has taken such ahold is that it is one of the easier 
 salawaat 
of Imam al-Habshi to recite and understand!And of course, its spiritual benefits are alltoo obvious for everyone to witness. Indeed,Al-Habib al-Qutb Ahmad bin Abibakar binSumeit
 Naf'an Allahu Bih
(1277-1343 A.H)who was the Chief Kadhi of Zanzibar took this
 salaat 
so much to heart that he wrote a
 sharh
(appreciation) on it in Arabic.
PRAISE WITH EACH LETTER OF HIS NAME
It has become traditional for Muslims to praise the beloved Prophet Muhammad al-Mustafa
Sallallahu 'alaihi wa Sallam
in association with each letter of his name and Imam al-Jazuli
 Rahmatullahi 'alaih
offers it to us in
 salawaat 
. The word Muhammad means "the praised one"and is formed using the letters "
meem
", "
haa
" and "
daal 
". The following
 salaat 
uses theseletters in the order "
haa
", "
meem
" and "
daal 
" which forms the word "
hamd 
", again meaning"
 praise
". We also notice that this
 salaat 
has sprinklings from parts of the
 salawaat 
by ImamShafi'i
 Rahmatullahi 'alaih
and Gauth u'l A'zam Shaykh Abdul Qadir Jilani
QaddasAllahuSirrahu'l 'Azeez 
.
 Allahumma Salli 'alaa Sayyidina Muhammad-in Haa i'r Rahmati wa Meem i'l Mulki wa Daal i'd Dawaami As-Sayyid i'l Kaamil i'l Fatih i'l Khaatimi'Adada maa fee 'Ilmika kaainun au qad kaana Kullamaa Zakaraka wa Zakara hu'z ZaakiroonWa kullamaa ghafala 'an Zikrika wa Zikri hi'l ghaafiloonSalaatan daaimatan bi-Diwaamika baaqiyatan bi-Baqaaika Laa muntahaa lahaa doona 'Ilmika Innaka 'alaa kulli shay'in Qadeer 
O Allah! Bestow blessings on Sayyidina Muhammad,the letter "Haa" in whose name is for mercy,the letter "Meem" is for the Kingdomand the letter "Daal" denotes everlastingness;who is an accomplished perfect master,the opener (of doors of mercy), the Seal (of the Prophets),as many times as is in Your Knowledgeof what will happen and what has happened,whenever You are remembered and he is remembered by those who remember and whenever you are not remembered and he is not remembered by the negligent,such blessings as are perpetual with Your Everlastingness, preserved with Your Eternity,that don't end at all without Your Knowledge,

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