islamic dua in hindi

islamic dua in hindi Rabbana latu akhitna in nasina akhta’na rabbana wala tahmil ‘alayna isran kama hamaltaho ‘alal lathina min qablina. Rabbana wala tohammilna mala taqata lana beh wa’fo’anna waghfir lana warhamna anta maolana fansorna ‘alal qawmil kafireen. Our Lord! Condemn us not if we forget or fall into error. Our Lord! Lay not on us a burden like that which You did lay on those before us. Our Lord! Lay not on us a burden greater than we have strength to bear. Blot out our sins, and grant us forgiveness. Have mercy on us. You are our Protector. Help us against those who stand against faith.

islamic duaa

In Islam, if something more important comes up than du’a, then that takes precedence. What is more important than du’a is defined by the Quran and Sunnah. Some examples include the call to prayer. If the adhan is called, in Islam one must respond to it Another example is if a person is making du’a, and his or her parents call him or her for assistance, then responding to his or her parents takes precedence over du’a. This means a person must stop making du’a when he or she hears the adhan or the parents calling him or her, to respond. In Islam, the rights of the parents are great and are emphasized greatly in the Quran and Hadiths.

islam quran

After Abu Bakr, Hafsa bint Umar, Muhammad’s widow, was entrusted with the manuscript. In about 650, the third Caliph Uthman ibn Affan (d. 656) began noticing slight differences in pronunciation of the Quran as Islam expanded beyond the Arabian Peninsula into Persia, the Levant, and North Africa. In order to preserve the sanctity of the text, he ordered a committee headed by Zayd to use Abu Bakr’s copy and prepare a standard copy of the Quran. Thus, within 20 years of Muhammad’s death, the Quran was committed to written form. That text became the model from which copies were made and promulgated throughout the urban centers of the Muslim world, and other versions are believed to have been destroyed. The present form of the Quran text is accepted by Muslim scholars to be the original version compiled by Abu Bakr.

duas in islam

In the name of Allah the Beneficent, and the Merciful. Glory be to be him who does not oppress His subject Glory be to him who does not chastise the people of the earth with various punishments. Glory be to Him who is kind (and) Merciful O my Lord establish in my mind, light insight wisdom and knowledge indeed you have power on everything.

O Allah! Be merciful on me by making me obedient to thee and not to be disobedient till my life time. Be merciful on me by not commanding me what is beyond my capacity. Grant me such virtuous conduct which makes Thee Pleased with me. Make my heart to preserve thy book (Quran) as thou has taught me. Grant me so that I may recite it in the manner which makes Thee pleased with me. O Allah! Brighten my eyes: and expend for my breast with it; and open my mind with it and free with my tongue: and devote my body to it; and strengthen me over it and help me over it because certainly there is no helper in this matter save thee. There is no god except Thee.


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