This is the mawlid compiled by shaykh zaynuddeen sagheer al-ma'bari*, the great shafi'i scholar from kerala. It has identical or similar narrations and given the shaykh's erudition it can safely be presumed that they are not mawdu' even if they might not meet the standards of the saHiHayn. A keralite shafi'i scholar confirmed this and also told me that the work is based on a similar one written by hujjat-ul-Islam, Imam al ghazzali (raHimahullah). alHamdulillah, it has the same sunni aqaid which are also taught by our urdu speaking scholars from north India. Some parts of the recitation are accompanied by the daff, which, in my opinion, is distracting and should have been avoided. However, this is the best one I could find online. *Author of fatH al-mu'een, one of the mainstays for shafi'i fuqaha. A short bio of the shaykh was posted by brother absalih at marifah forums. It can be read at the archived page here.