Taraweeh dua Arabic and English transliteration
Bismillahir Rahmanir Rahim; Today we will discuss Taraweeh dua Arabic and English. It is not wrong to recite Tasbeeh, dua in every two Rakats or four Rakats of Taraweeh. However, he should not read it aloud at this time. Because he has no documents.
It is revealed that all the dhikr or prayers are recited after the obligatory prayers. On the other hand, every 2 Rakats or four Rakats of this prayer are followed by a specific dhikr; For example, reading “Subhana Zil Mulki Al Malakut, Subhana Zil Iyati Al-Azamah” is a bidat. At this point, no specific dua or dhikr has been narrated by the Prophet (peace be upon him) or any of his companions.
At the end of Taraweeh prayers or after every 2 Rakats or after every four Rakats a regular congregational jikir; For example, reciting Jamaati Darud in unison is a bidat. This kind of shouting in the mosque is classified as abominable behavior and it is classified as speaking other forbidden words in the mosque.
It is understood from the hadith that one should rest after every four Rakats, but then it is not proven by the hadith that any specific dhikr should be done.
However, there are hadiths about Qunoot in the Witr prayer and several prayers after the Witr prayer, and there is evidence that the Companions used to perform it. Now he wants to describe something.
Qunoot in prayer and the place to read it
After completing the recitation, one has to recite Dua Qunoot from time to time before the ruku’, which the Prophet (peace be upon him) taught to his grandson Hasan bin Ali (R). The two are:
اللهم اهدني فيمن هديت وعافني فيمن عافيت وتولني فيمن توليت وبارك لي فيما أعطيت وقني شر ما قضيت إنك تقضي ولا يقضى عليك وإنه لا يذل من واليت ولا يعز من عاديت تباركت ربنا وتعاليت
Pronunciation: Alla-hummahdini fiman hadayata, wa a-fini fiman ‘a fayta, wa tawallani fiman tawallaita, wa ba-rikli fima’ atbayata, wa kini sharra ma qayyata; Fainnaka takrzi wa la yukrza ‘alayka, wa innahu la yazilu mao wa-laita, wa la yaizzhu man’ a-dayata, taba-rakta rabbana wa taa-laita.
Translation: O Allah! Count me among those whom Thou hast guided, and guide me; Forgive me as one of those whom You have forgiven; Be my guardian among those whom you have guarded; Bless me with what Thou hast bestowed upon me, and save me from the evil of that which Thou hast decreed; Because you decide, no one can decide against you; The one you befriend will never be humiliated, And he with whom you have enmity will never be honored; O our Lord! You are blessed and supreme.
Abu Dawood, H / 1425, Salat Chapter-2, ‘Qunoot of Vitr’ Paragraph-340;
Tirmidhi, H / 474, ‘Vitr’ Chapter-3, Paragraph-10;
Nasai, H / 1845, Nafl Salat of Night and Day Chapter-20, ‘Dua of Vitr, Para-51;
Sometimes Rasoolullah (sm) will recite darood
There is no problem in reciting Qunoot after Ruku and reciting Qunoot in the second half of Ramadan, cursing the disbelievers, reciting Darood on Rasulullah (sm), and increasing the dua for Muslims; This has been proved by the Imams in the time of Umar (R); Abdur Rahman bin Abdul Qari comes at the end of the narrated hadith; They say this prayer while cursing the disbelievers in the second half of Ramadan:
Pronunciation: Allah-humma kratilil kafratallaina yasuduna ‘an sabilika, wa yukazibrna rusulaka, wala yuminuna biwadika wa kha-lif bayna kalima tihim, wa alki fi kubihimur ruba, wa alki alaihim.
Translation: O Allah! You destroy the disbelievers; Those who block your path, disbelieve in your messengers, and do not believe in your promise; Thou shalt cause dissension among them, and cause fear in their hearts, and O God of truth! Impose your punishment on them.
Then he would recite Darood to Rasulullah (sm) and pray for the welfare of Muslims as much as possible. Then he would ask forgiveness for the believers.
The narrator said that after cursing the disbelievers, reciting Darood to the Prophet (sm), asking for forgiveness for the believing men and women, and asking for himself, he (Ubayy bin Kab) used to say:
Pronunciation: Allahumma ya-ka na’budu, walaka nusalli wa nasjudu, wa ilaika nas’a wa nahfidu, wa narju rahmataka rabbana, wa nakha-fu ‘aza-bakal jidda, inna’ aza-baka liman ‘adayata.
Translation: O Allah! We worship you alone, perform salat and prostrate for you; We do our best to get back to you; O our Lord! We seek your mercy and fear Your severe punishment; May your torment befall him who hated you.
Then he would prostrate with Takbeer.
Sahih Ibn Khuzaymah, 2 / 155-156, H / 1100.
Blessings after Vitr
It is Sunnah to recite these two at the end of Vitr (before or after Salam)
اللَّهُمَّ إِنِّي أَعُوذُ بِرِضَاكَ مِنْ سَخَطِكَ وَبِمُعَافَاتِكَ مِنْ عُقُوبَتِكَ وَأَعُوذُ بِكَ مِنْكَ لاَ أُحْصِي ثَنَاءً عَلَيْكَ أَنْتَ كَمَا أَثْنَيْتَ عَلَى نَفْسِكَ
Pronunciation: Alla-humma inni aujubika birika min sakhatbika, wa bimuafatika min ukbatika, wa a’uju bika min ka, la uhshi chanaan alayka, anta kama achnayata ‘ala nafsika.
Translation: O Allah! I seek refuge from your wrath through your satisfaction and from your punishment through your forgiveness; I seek refuge in you through you, I cannot count your praise; The way you compliment yourself applies to you.
Abu Dawood, H / 1428, ‘Kunut of Vitr’ paragraph-340;
Ibn Majah, H / 1179, Chapter 5, ‘Qunoot of Vitr’ Paragraph-116;
Irwaul Galil, H / 430, Hadith Sahih.
After returning the salutation of Vitr (three times) he will say in his voice سُبْحَانَ الْمَلِكِ الْقُدُّوسِ ‘Subhanal Malikil Quddus’ and for the third time, he will say it with a long pull.
Abu Dawood, H / 1430, ‘Dua after Vitr Paragraph-341; Nasai, H / 1899, 1601, Chapter-20, Paragraph-37, Hadith Sahih.
May Allah Ta’ala grant us the tawfiq to understand and act properly. Allahumma Amin.
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