Ramadan Duas and their specified times

Ramadan is the month of Barakah and forgiveness, for this reason we have to ask Allah what we wish. Muslims recite Duas at all times but in the month of Ramadan we intensify these Duas, and we are here to know some Ramadan Duas. Duas is one kind of good deeds that have to be done in Ramadan in addition to other days. Ramadan Duas are some Duas that are recited in Ramadan. Our beloved Prophet Muhammad (SAW) said that “Dua is worship.” Here we will know everything about Duas especially Ramadan Duas. ِAllah Almighty will never reject Dua from 3

persons who are those persons?

These 3 persons are:

1. The fasting person when he starts to take his breakfast. 2. The just leader, Allah will never reject his supplication. 3. The third person is the oppressed person (Allah promised the oppressed person to raise his supplication to Heaven, and would answer him even if it should be after a while). We will talk about 6 Ramadan Duas: 1.If the Muslim sees the crescent of Ramadan’s Moon he has to say: اللهم أهله علينا بالأمن والإيمان والسلامة والإسلام ربي وربك الله The transliteration of this Dua is “ Allahumma ahillahu alina bil Amn wal eman, wasalamata wal Islam, Rabi warabuka Allah.” This is one of the Ramadan Duas which means that, Oh Allah! we wish to start it with peace, Faith, Islam, and safety, my God and your God is Allah.

2. The intention of fasting:

وَبِصَوْمِ غَدٍ نَّوَيْتُ مِنْ شَهْرِ رَمَضَانَ

Its transliteration is “wa bisawmi ghadin nawaitu min shahri Ramadan.” This Dua means that I intend to fast Ramadan from Tomorrow.

3. When you start to break your fast:

اللهم اني لك صمت وبك امنت وعليك توكلت وعلى رزقك افطرت

Its transliteration is “Allahumma enni laka somt wabeka amant wa alika tawakalt wa ala rizkika aftart.” This is one of the most common Ramadan duas as it is repeated daily during breaking your fast. This Duas means that Oh Allah I fasted only for you, put my trust in you, and I break my fast with your livelihood.

4. If one makes you angry during fasting:

You have to say:

ٌ إني صائم ٌ ، إني صائم

Its transliteration is “Enni Sa’im, Enni sa’im.” Which means that I’m fasting “as if I remember myself with fasting in order not to be angry.”
5. When you break your fast with someone:
One has to say:
أفطر عندكم الصائمون ، وأكل طعامكم الأبرار ، وصلت علیكم الملائكة Its transliteration is “Aftara indakum as saimoon, wa akal te’amakomo al abrar, wa sallat alikomo al Malaikah.” This great Dua means that I wish fasting people break their fast with you, pious eat from your food, and angels pray for you. 6. When we detect Laylatul Qadr on the odd nights of
the last third of Ramadan we say:

اللهم انك عفو تحب العفو فاعف عني

Its transliteration is “Allahumma innaka afuwwun tuhibbul al afu fa’fu anni.” This Dua means, oh Allah, you love forgiveness, please forgive me! Those are some Ramadan Duas Muslim has to memorize and recite in Ramadan. See More : Ramadan Duas and their specified times

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