Tawassul Through the People of Badr

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Shaykh Darani (Allah ’s mercy be upon him) said that he heard from the Shayoukh of Hadith that du‘as (supplications) are answered when the names of the people of Badr are mentioned. He added that it’s a tried and tested practice (mujarrab). Others have said that many of the Awliya (those close to God) only attained sainthood (wilaya) by reading their names and doing Tawassul through them.

Therefore we ask Allah  Glorified and High through our prophet and master Prophet Muhammad  and through Abu Bakr, and ‘Umar, and ‘Uthman, and ‘Ali, and Talha, and Zubair, and ‘Abd al-Rahmn, and Sa’d, and Sa’id, and Abi ‘Ubaida, and al-Akhnas, and al-Arqam, and Anasa, and Ilyas, and Unais, and Iyas, and Anas, and Ubayyi, and As’ad, and Aws, and Bilal, and Bujair, and Bahhath, and Basbasa, and Baraa’i, and Bashir, and Bishr, and Tamim, and Tamim, and Tamim, and Thaqf, and Tha’labat, and Thabith, and Thabith, and Thabith, and Thabith, and Thabith, and Thabith, and Tha’labat, and Tha’labat, and Jabr, and

Jabir, and Jubair, and Jabir, and Jubair, and Jabir, and Jabbar, and Hamza, and H?tib, and Hatib, and al-Husain, and al-Harth, and al-Harth, and al-Harth, and al-Harth, and al-Harth, and al-Harth, and al-Harth, and al-Harth, and al-Harth, and Haritha, and Haritha, and Haritha, and Haritha, and Huraith, and al-Hubib, and Hab?b, and Haram, and Hamza

May Allah  be well Pleased with all of Them

And through Khalid, and Khabbab, and Khabbab, and Khunais, and Khusaim, and Khawliy, and Khawwath, and Khidash, and Khirash, and Kharija, and Khallid, and Khallid, and Khallid, and Khallid, and Khalid, and Khulaid, and Khalifa, and Khubaib, and Dhi al-Shimalain, and Dhakwan, and Rabi’a, and Rib’iy, and Rifa’at, and Rifi’, and Rifi’, and Rifi’, and Rifi’, and Rifi’, and Rifa’at, and Rifa’at, and Rifa’at, and Rashid, and al-Rabi’i, and Ruhaila, and Zaid, and Zaid, and Zaid, and Ziyad, and Ziyad, and Ziyad, and Zaid, and Zaid, and Zaid, and al-Sa’ib, and Salim, and Sabra, and Sinan, and Suhail, and Suwaibit, and Sa’d, and Sa’d, and Sa’d, and Sa’d, and Sa’d, and Sa’d, and Simak, and Sufyaan, and Salma, and Salma, and Salma, and Salkim, and Sahl, and Sahl, and Sahl, and Suhail, and Sa’d, and Sa’d, and Sa’d, and Sa’d, and Sa’d, and Simak, and Sufyan, and Suraqa, and Suraqa, and Sulaim, and Sulaim, and Sulaim, and Sulaim, and Salith, and Sinan, and Sawad, and Sawad, and Shuja’, and Shammas, and Sharik, and Safwan, and Suhaib, and Sabah, and Saifiy, and al-Dahhak, and al-Dahhak, and Damra, and Tulaib, and al-Tufail, and al-Tufail, and al-Tufail

May Allah  be well Pleased with all of Them

And through ‘Aqil, and ‘Ubaida, ‘Umair, and ‘Umair, ‘Umair, and ‘Abd Allah , and ‘Abd Allah , and ‘Abd Allah , and ‘Abd Allah , and ‘Abd Allah , and ‘Abd Allah , and ‘Ayyad, and ‘Uthman, and ‘Uqba, and ‘Uqba, and ‘Ukkaha, and ‘Amir, and ‘Amir, and ‘Amir, and ‘Ummar, and ‘Amr, and ‘Amr, and ‘Amr, and ‘Amr, and ‘Amr, and ‘Amr, and ‘Amr, and ‘Ummara, and ‘Uwaim, and ‘Uwaim, and ‘Abbad, and ‘Ubaid, and ‘Ubaid, and ‘Ubaid, and ‘Ubaid, and ‘Abd al-Rahman, and ‘Abd Allah , and ‘Abd Allah , and ‘Abd Allah , and ‘Abd Allah , and ‘Abd Allah , and ‘Asim, and ‘Asim, and ‘Asim, and ‘Awf, and ‘Umair, and ‘Umair, and ‘Umair, and ‘Ummara, and ‘Ubaid, and ‘Abd Rabbi, and ‘Abda, and ‘Abd Allah , and ‘Abd Allah , and ‘Amr, and ‘Amr, and ‘Amr, and ‘Amr, and ‘Amr, and ‘Amr, and ‘Amir, and ‘Amir, and ‘Amir, and ‘Amir, and ‘A’id, and ‘Asim, and ‘Usaima, and ‘Isma, and ‘Abs, and ‘Abbad, and ‘Ubada, and ‘Abd Allah , and ‘Abd Allah, and ‘Abd Allah , and ‘Abd Allah , and ‘Abd Allah , and ‘Abd Allah , and ‘Abd Allah , and ‘Abd Allah , and ‘Abd Allah , and ‘Abd Allah , and ‘Abd Allah , and ‘Abd Allah , and ‘Abd Allah , and ‘Abd Allah , and al-‘Ajlan, and ‘Utban, and ‘Utba, and ‘Utba, and ‘Utba, and ‘Uqba, and ‘Uqba, and ‘Adiy, and ‘Atiyya

May Allah  be well Pleased with all of Them

And through Ghannam, and al-Faki, and Farwa, and Qudama, and Qatada, and Qutba, and Qais, and Qais, and Qais, and Ka’b, and Ka’b, and Libda, and Mihja’, and Malik, and Malik, and Midlaj, and Mas’ab, and Ma’mar, and Marthad, and al-Miqdad, and Mistah, and Mas’ud, and Muhriz, and Mu’attab, and Ma’n, and Mubash-shar, and Muhammad, and al-Mundhir, and al-Mundhir, and Malik, and Malik, and Ma’n, and Mu’attab, and Mu’attab, and Mas’ud, and Mu’awwidh, and Mu’awwidh, and Mu’adh, and Mu’adh, and Mu’adh, and Mu’adh, and Mu’adh, and Maik, and Malik, and Maik, and Mas’ud, and Mas’ud, and Mas’ud, and Mas’ud, and Mujadh-dhar, and Ma’bad, and Ma’bad, Ma’qal, and al-Mundhir, and Muharriz, and Mulail, and Nadr, and al-Nu’man, and al-Nu’man, and al-Nu’man, and al-Nu’man, and al-Nu’man, and al-Nu’man, and al-Nu’man, and al-Nu’man, and Nawfal

May Allah  be well Pleased with all of Them

And through Waqid, and Wahb, and Wahb, and Wadi’a, and Wadqa, and Haaniy, and Hubail, and Hilal, and Yazid, and Yazid, and Yazid, and Yazid, and Yazid, and Abi Sinan, and Abi ‘Uqail, and Abi Haitham, and Abi Mulail, and Abi Lubana, and Abi Hunna, and Abi Hanna, and Abi Dayya, and Abi Shaikh, and Abi Dujana, and Abi Talha, and Abi al-A’war, and Abi Ayyub, and Abi Jabib, and Abi Qais, Abi Khallid, and Abi Kharija, and Abi Sirma, and Abi Khuzaima, and Abi Qatada, and Abi Dawud, and Abi Salit, and Abi Salit, and Abi Hasan, and Abi al-Yasr, and Abi Hasan, and Abi al-Yasr, and Abi Mas’ud

Upon them all be constant peace, gifts and splendour, as long as the Sun moves and rises

We ask You O Allah  by all the Companions (Allah ’s pleasure be upon them all) to protect us from all afflictions and all evil and to give us happiness and joy by Your fulfilling our needs. Make us of Your righteous servants on the Day of Judgement and Gathering. May Allah  bless and grant peace to our master Muhammad, his family and companions as much as the heedful remember him and the heedless forget him.

Blessings of Allah , the peace of Allah  be upon the Meccan, the Messenger of Allah . Blessings of Allah , the peace of Allah  be upon the Medinan, the beloved of Allah

We do Tawassul through ‘bismillah’ and through the Guide, the Messenger of Allah . And through all who strive for Allah  and the people of Badr, O Allah

O Allah  make the Ummah safe from ruin and misfortune. And from worry and distress for the sake of the people of Badr O Allah

O Allah  save us, lift all harm and thwart the plots of enemies and be kind to us for the sake of the people of Badr O Allah

O God, dispel the anxieties of us disobedient and ruined ones. And avert all tribulation and epidemics for the sake of the people of Badr O Allah

How many an occasion did protection come about and was abasement removed. And how many a blessing arrived due to the people of Badr, O Allah

The whole world has constricted the heart, along with fear. So save all of us from this difficulty for the sake of the people of Badr O Allah

We have come seeking support and the bulk of felicity and good fortune. Therefore show open handed generosity to us for the sake of the people of Badr O Allah

And do not turn us away in disappointment, rather make us be upon goodness. O Possessor of might and awe for the sake of the people of Badr O Allah

If You turn us away then who is there for us to go to for fulfillment of allour needs? O Dispeller of calamities, for the sake of the people of Badr O Allah

O God forgive and be generous to us by causing us to attain our requests. And repel harm from us for the sake of the people of Badr O Allah

O God, You are the Possessor of subtle kindness, grace and affection. How many a worry was banished for the sake of the people of Badr O Allah !

May Allah  send blessings without limit nor restriction, upon the devoted Prophet. And his family, masters, the finest of people and upon the people of Badr O Allah

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