my name is [private] from pakistan. i am reciting dua e jaljaloot and need permission to receite it dua e jaljaloot.
What you refer to is the Qasida Jaljalutiyya, a “talsam” (talismanic) poem containing many non-Arabic words said to be Syriac and quirky expressions which do not resemble the style of the pure-tongued speakers of Arabic such as our liegelord `Ali b. Abi Talib to whom it is attributed, which are treated as if they were Divine Names and Attributes, and which as Muslims we believe are neither acceptable nor permissible because their source is unknown and their meanings unverified. I encourage you to read Khatm-e-Khwajagan instead, which is based on the Qur’an and Sunna and which we have received from our masters and have permission to give to others. You can find it here: https://naqshbandi.org/khatm-ul-khwajagan/ and Allah knows best.
Hajj Gibril Haddad