recitals for protection

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  1. Wadood

    Wadood Veteran

    The last time I read Ratib al-Haddad was with my brothers from the Kenyan coastal city of Mombasa, though the majority of them were Indian/Pakistani in origin
  2. Wadood

    Wadood Veteran

    May Allah ta'ala bless Kerala and its people until the day of Qiyama. May Allah ta'ala bless the Habaib of HaDramaut, Kerala, Sri Lanka, Hyderabad Deccan, Eastern Africa, Bangladesh and South East Asia

    I thank Allah for giving us the Habaib of HaDramaut and Yemen. I thank Allah ta'ala for giving us the pure progeny of our Master HabeebAllah who teach us Tasawwuf, ihsan, the highest state, salAllaho 'alaihi wa alihi wa salam

    In India, the Habaib are all over the south if only the seekers know where to find them, just recently one of them passed away in Hyderabad

    I too read the Ratib al-Haddad, it soothes me, I feel Yemeni, purity in my heart, I feel HaDrami!
  3. azizq

    azizq Well-Known Member


    In the commentary of the Wird al-Latif/ Ratib al-Haddad (written by an Indian scholar) it is mentioned that the recitation of the Ayat al-Kursi and the three Quls after each prayer are known to be a proven protection against majic/jinns. Sh Fadl bin Habib Mawl al-Dawailah said (p.10):
    "Ibn Hajar said in his 'Sharh al-Mishkat':
    There is nothing more thorough in the removal of magic and not being affected by it than the regular recitation of them. Not least after the prayer, as has been experienced."
    Note:The hadith which mention that the above should be recited after the prayer are the following:
    **Abu Umamah (ra) said: The Messenger of Allah (s) said: ‘Whoever recites Ayah al-Kursi after every obligatory prayer, will not be prevented from entering paradise except by death’. Reported by al-Nasai (9928) in al-Kubra
    **Uqbah bin Amir said: The Messenger of Allah (s) ordered me to recite the muawadhatayn after every prayer. Abu Dawud’s version mentions Muawadhat. Therefore:
    {قل هو الله أحد}, {قل أعوذ برب الفلق} and {قل أعوذ برب الناس} should be recited.
    Reported by Abu Dawud (1532), al-Tirmidhi (2905), al-Nasai (3/68).
    ps: This Indian Ba Alawi Sheikh was born in Malibar around 1240 (hijri), may Allah (the most High) give us tawfiq to write more about him and from him in the future. The least we can do from this post is to try to recite the above verses of the Quran after our prayers Inshallah.

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