Ya wahabbu – O Bestower read it 1414imes After the Isha Salah
After the Fard of Isha Salah and between the 2 sunnah of Isha Salah and witr
1st Any Darood/Salawat ala rasul 11 times
Then read Ya wahabbu – O Bestower 1414 times
Close with Any Darood/Salawat ala rasul 11 times
Some extra Notes from the 99 name of Allah:
16. Al-Wahhab, the Bestower, The Donor,The Most Liberal Bestower, The Great Giver, The Giver of Gifts
The Bestower. He who constantly bestows blessings of every kind. The Giver Of All Things, The One who is Generous in giving plenty without any return.
YA WAHHABU: O Bestower! If you repeat this seven times after making a supplication, your plea will be accepted. If one has a particular wish, or is held captive by an enemy, or finds it hard to make ends meet, one should invoke this Name one hundred times after midnight on three or seven nights (following ablution and a ritual prayer of two cycles). Allah will then grant whatever one needs.
A poverty-stricken person should say this Ism constantly: or write it and keep it on him (as a taweez) or say it 40 times in the last sajdah of salat-Duha (Chast in urdu ):… Insha-Allah he will be freed from poverty in an unexpected and amazing manner. For a particular need to be fulfilled, observe sajdah thrice in the courtyard of the house or majid and then lift the hands (as in Dua) and say this Ism 100 times: If Allah wills, the need will be fulfilled. If a person really wants something so he should do three sajda’s in his house’s yard and raise his hands and read this name 100 times God will give him his desired need.
The One who continually bestows gifts, favors and blessings upon all of creation.
The One who is the most generous and liberal giver.
The One who gives freely and endlessly, without expectation of any return.
From the root w-h-b which has the following classical Arabic connotations:
to give for no compensation, to give as a gift to donate, to offer as a present, bestow to give liberally and freely to grant, endow to cause something to be.
This name is used in the Qur’un. For example, see 3:8
With regard to mankind’s role in giving, Abu Hamid al-Ghazaili notes that:
Whoever bestows gifts with an eye to some interest to be realized by it sooner or later, be it appreciation, affection or release from blame, or acquiring distinction of mention – he is neither a giver nor generous, but rather engaged in transaction and recompense. … But the one who sacrifices all he owns, even his life, for the sake of God alone – such a one is worthy of being named giver and generous.