Wednesday, 21 March 2012


  • The Holy Prophet (Peace be upon him) proclaimed: Recite Durood-e-Pak on the glittering day of Friday and the glittering preceding night in abundance because this recitation of yours is presented to me. (Jami'Sagheer; Vol:1, Page:54)

  • The Holy Prophet (Peace be upon him) declared: Recite Durood-e-Pak for me a Friday in abundance because this day is Mash-hood (evinced). Angels make their presence on that day, and verily, when any of you recites Durood-e-Pak, it is transmitted to me forthwith. (Jami'Sagheer; Vol:1, Page:54)

  •  O my Ummah! Do recite Durood-e-Pak on me in abundance on Friday because the Durood-e-Pak recited for me by my Ummah is presented to me on Fridays. Therefore he who would have recited more of it, will find himself closer to me. (Jami'Sagheer; Vol:1, Page:54)

  • O my Ummah! Recite Durood-e-Pak on me in abundance on Friday and the receding night because on the Day of Judgement l will be the witness and intercesscr of him who does so.(Jami' Sagheer; Vol:1. Page:54)

  • The Holy Prophet (Peace be upon him) proclaimed: When the day of Thursday approaches' Allah Almighty sends angels armed with silver paper and golden pens and they record the names of those who recite Durood-e-Pak on Thursday and the Friday night to the ultimate limit. (S'adat-ud-Darain; Page:57)

  • You should recite in abundance Durood-e-Pak on me on Fridays and the preceding nights.(Sa'adat-ud-Darain; Page:57)

  • lt is reported on the authority of Hazrat Ali Bin Abu Talib (May Allah be pleased with him) that the Holy Prophet (Peace be upon him) declared: Anyone who would recite Durood-e-Pak on me one hundred times on Friday, will be engulfed in a Holy Light on the day of Judgment, and this will be so dazzling that if distributed among all the creatures, would suffice for all.(DalainI-ul-Khairat Cawnpuri; Page:12)

  • The Holy Prophet (Peace be upon him) ordained: on the Day of Judgement he, of all the persons, will be the nearest to me in time and space who would have recited Durood-e-Pak on me in abundance. And Allah will proved one hundred needs - thirty relating to this life and seventy relating to the life hereafter - of him who would recite Durood-e-Pak for me on Friday and the preceding night. Then Allah deputes an angels who presents this Durood-e-Pak before me as a gift and submits thus: "O Apostle of Allah (Peace be upon him) ! this is a gift from such and such person." The Holy Prophet (Peace be upon him) will accept this Durood-e-Pak and preserve it in a white book of Noor. (CelestialLight) (Sa'adat-ud-Darain; Page:60)

  • lt is a tradition from Hazrat Ali (May Allah be please with him} that there are some angels who descend on this earth on Fridays and the preceding nights only. They have gold pens, silver inkpots and resplendent papers in their hands, and they take down the Durood-e-Pak recited for the Holy Prophet (Peace be upon him). (Sa'adat-ud-Darain; Page:61)

  • Friday is the most exalted of your days. Hazrat Adam (Father of Humanity) was born and expired on this day. The general resurrection will be instituted in this very day. The mankind will go under a general trance on Friday. Therefore you must recite Durood-e-Pak in abundance on this day because your recitation is presented before me. The Companions of the Holy Prophet (Peace be upon him) solicited: "O Apostle of Allah! how will Durood-e-Pak be presented before you as we see that human beings decay in the grave?" The Holy Prophet (Peace be upon him) decreed that, "Just as the bodies of the prophets do not undergo any decay, in the same way your Durood-e-Pak will be presented to me intact, after my demise." (Sa'adat-ud-Darain; Page:780)

  • This is a tradition from Hazrat Abu Huraira (May Allah be please with him) that if on Friday you recite the following Durood-e-Pak after ’Asr prayer sitting at the same spot: 

  your sins of eighty years will be forgiven, and you will be blessed with reward equivalent to the worship of eighty years.
(Sa'adat-ud-Darain; Page:82)

Monday, 19 March 2012

Salat-o-Salam for the Crown Of Creation and the Master of Humanity. 

(Sallallahu A’laihi Wasallam)