Aap ye puri naat suniye fir apna reply dijiyega.
The first line of this naat sharif is
"Sun Taiba nagar ke maharaja, Fariyaad mere in asuwan ki
Mere nain dukhi hai sukh data, De bhik inhe ab darshan ki"
Ek aashike Rasul sallalahu alaihi wasallam apne Nabi karim sallalahu alaihi wasallam ko dekhna chahta hai aur unse iski ilteja kar raha hai.
Aur aapne jo kaha ke "Dua sirf Allah sunta hai aur Allah sey hi mangni chahiye." pl. niche ke verses dekh lijiye. Aur pl. aap ye na samze ke mai behas kar raha hu
(radi Allahu anhu) in his "Kitaabul Adaabul Mufrad", Imaam Ibnus Sinni and Imaam ibn Bashkool (radi Allahu anhuma) have recorded that, Hazrat Abdullah Ibn Omar (radi Allahu anhu) once suffered from a cramp. Someone advised him to remember the person whom he loved the most. The great companion then proclaimed loudly, "Ya Muhammadah." It is recorded that he was immediately relieved.
It is recorded in the Fatawa of Hazrat Imaam, Shaikul Islam, Shahaab Ramli Ansaari whether it was permissible for the people to invoke the names of Prophets, Saints and Ulema in times of difficulty as they normally did. The great scholar replied:
"Undoubtedly it is permissible to seek the assistance of great Prophets, Saints and Ulema. They do in fact assist, even after they have departed from this world."
Substantiating this, Allama Shahaab Khafaaji Misri
(radi Allahu anhu) states in his "Naseem-ur Riyaaz" a commentary of the "Shifa" by Imaam Qaadi Ayaaz (radi Allahu anhu), that it is an established practice of the people of Medina Shareef to proclaim "Ya Muhammadah" in times of difficulty and anxiety.
In the Holy Quran, ALLAH taala states ""And when they impose on their lives (sin), they must come to your (the Nabi's) presence, then seek repentance from ALLAH and the Rasool(Peace Be Upon Him) also asks for their forgiveness. Then, they will indeed find ALLAH Most Forgiving and Compassionate." (An-Nisa:61)
ALLAH taala States: "Seek help from Sabr (patience) and Salaah".
ALLAH taala States: "Assist one another in good deeds and piety".
There are countless Ahadith that clearly command the seeking of assistance from things other than ALLAH azwajal