Salat al-Fatih (durood from the Tijanni Order)

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    nik61 New Member

    Alhamdulillah. Jazakallah khair.
    Thank you for posting an image of the Salat al-Fatih. It is well known amongst the Muslims in Southeast Asia. Sufis and Non-Sufis alike, in my place (Malaysia) practise the Salat al-Fatih.
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    The recitation of this salawat [salutation/blessing on the Prophet] has the following rewards:
    Its' history
    The history of Salatul al-Fatih is this. A man named Sayyidi Bekri went into khalwa for 40 years, asking Allah to give him the best Salatul-ala Nabiyya. It was written on the wall in light and he was told not to give it to others until the owner of it appeared.

    Its virtues:
    From the Tijaniyya - abun-Nasr; an excert from:- And Muhammad Is His Messenger : The Veneration of the Prophet in Islamic Piety by Annemarie Schimmel, ISBN: 0807841285
    The Salat (Durood) is considered to have merits of eight categories…. He who reads it once is guaranteed the bless of the two abodes; also reciting it once atones for all sins and is equivalent to six thousand (6000) times all prayers of glorification to God, all Dhikr and Dua'a, long and short which have occurred in the Universe. He who recites it ten (10) times acquires recompense greater than that due to a Wali (saint) who lived ten Thousand years, but did not say it. Saying it once is equivalent to the prayers of all angels, human beings, and Jinn from the beginning of their creation to the time when it was uttered, and saying is a second time is like [i.e. equivalent to the recompense of the first] plus the recompense of the first a and the second, and so on.

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