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23. durood e-da’im english, arabic translation and transliteration

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  • 1. 23. DUROOD-E-DA’IMALLAHUMMA SALLI ALA MUHAMMADIW WA ALA AALI MUHAMMADIN SALAATAN TAKUNULAKA RIDAW WALIHAQQIHI ADAAA’AW WA A’TIHIL WASILATA WAL MAQAAMALMAHMUDAL LAZI WA AD TAHU WAJ ZIHI ANNA MA HUWA AHLAHU WA AJ ZIHI ANNA MINAFDALI MA JAZAITA NABIYYAN AN UMMATIHI WA SALLI ALA JAMI’I IKHWAANIHI MINANNABBIYINA WAS SAALIHEEN.“O Allah! Send blessings upon Muhammad and upon his family the mercy which will be for You apleasure of fulfilment of Your Right and grant him Wasila and the highest position which Youpromised him and reward him from us what his is according to his status and reward him from usthe highest what You rewarded any Prophet, any Messenger, from his Ummat and send Yourblessings for all his brothers from the Messengers and pious people”.The Hadith of Holy Prophet (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) says that if a man recites the abovementioned Durood Shareef 7 times, for 7 Fridays, then the mercy of Sayyiduna Rasoolullah(sallal laahu alaihi wasallam) will reach him. (The name “Da’im” means “permanent”. Thus, thisDurood Shareef should be recited by every Muslim permanently).

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