Can i recite Durood Nariya 41 times after fajr salah (or maybe 313 times or 4444 times) so that i can get blessed with rizq?
Today I read at http://www.deenislam.co.uk/dua/naariyah.html that you need permission of a Sheikh to do this. I took bayah of Sheikh Nazim through Sheikh Hisham when the latter paid a visit to Kenya but i have no way or idea how to get in touch with Sheikh Nazim.
My parents also used to recite the shajara of their Sheikh during fajr, can I recite Sheikh Nazim’s Shajra too at that time?
Can my siblings also recite both the above?
It has already been my second day today to recite this Durood but i fear negative results as I dont have any sort of permission. Please consult with Sheikh Hisham and let me know. I’d be really grateful.
All of what you mentioned is excellent and 41 times is best as it corresponds to the number of Shuyukh in Mawlana’s Silsila. Here is the text of the Salat Nariyya as we received it, which is actually the Salat Taziyya as it was first recited by Mawlana Abu
al-Mawahib al-Tazi, and it is also known as the Kamilah:
اللَّهُمَّ صَلِّ صَلاةً كَامِلَةً وَسَلِّمْ سَلَاماً تَامّاً
عَلَى سَيِّدِنَا مُحَمَّدٍ الَّذِي تَنْحَلُّ بِهِ الْعُقَدُ
وَتَنْفَرِجُ بِهِ الْكُرَبُ وَتُقْضَى بِهِ الْحَوَائِجُ
وَتُنَالُ بِهِ الرَّغَائِبُ وَحُسْنُ الْخَوَاتِمِ
وَيُسْتَسْقَى الْغَمَامُ بِوَجْهِهِ الْكَرِيمِ
وَعَلَى آلِهِ وَصَحْبِهِ فِي كُلِّ لَمْحَةٍ وَنَفَسٍ
بِعَدَدِ كُلِّ مَعْلُومٍ لَكَ
Allahuma salli salatan kamilan wa sallim salaman taman
`ala Sayyidina Muhammadini ‘Lladi tanhalla bihi’l-`uqad
wa tanfarraju bihi ‘l-qurrab wa taqda bihi ‘l-hawa’ij
wa tunalu bihi ‘l-ragha’ib, wa husna ‘l-khawatim
wa yustasqa ‘l-ghamamu bi wajhihi ‘l-kareem
wa `ala alihi wa sahbihi fee kulli lamhatin wa nafasin
bi-`addadi kulli ma`luman lak
O Allah! Bestow complete blessings and perfect peace
on our master Muhammad
by whom all our difficulties be removed,
all calamities and agonies prevented; all needs fulfilled;
all our cherished desires obtained; and a good end to life;
and send us rain-showering clouds by means of his noble countenance,
and on his family and companions in every moment and every breath,
as many times as is in Your Knowledge.
Hajj Gibril Haddad