A seventeenth-century Suhrawardi mystic of Ucch (Pakistan) composed a work called Jawahir al-Awliya (Jewels of the Saints), that contains an interesting chapter on the virtues and blessing powers of Sarkar-e-Madina Hadrat Muhammad's (Salla Allahu ta'ala alayhi wa Sallam) ninety-nine names. The author recounts various traditions connected with their use. Hadrat Ghawth al-A'zam, Sultan al Awliya - the King of Saints, Shaykh Abd'al-Qadir Jilani (Radi Allahu ta'ala anhu) is reported to have said that a person who recites them once every day and every night will be preserved from all kinds of affliction, and his faith will always remain undisturbed.
According to the author's ancestor, Hadrat Makhdoom Jahaniyan (Rehmatullahi ta'ala alaih) of Ucch, the recitation of these names after the dawn (fajr) prayer will cause all sins, great and small, open and secret, to be forgiven, and Hadrat Sultan Sayyad Mahmood Nasiruddin Bukhari (Rehmatullahi ta'ala alaih) is reported to have said that whoever recites them seven times after the noon (zuhar) prayer will never be harassed by birds or beasts. Another Sufi ascribed to their elevenfold recitation after the evening prayer an increase in knowledge, mildness, and gnosis.
But the greatest reward, for someone who recites Hadrat Nabi-e-Kareem Muhammad's (Salla Allahu ta'ala alayhi wa Sallam) ninety-nine names twelve times after the night (isha) prayer, was revealed to Makhdoom Jahaniyan by the Most Beloved Prophet (Salla Allahu ta'ala alayhi wa Sallam) himself during that Sufi's visit to Madinah Munnwarra : Sayyadina Hadrat Muhammad (Salla Allahu ta'ala alayhi wa Sallam) promised that he would definitely bring that person to Paradise, and would not enter it without him.
Many modern printed copies of the Qu’ran al kareem enumerate the ninety-nine Divine Names at the beginning and list the ninety-nine names of the Most Beloved Prophet (Salla Allahu ta'ala 'alayhi wa 'aalihi wa Sallam) on the final two pages.