The holy month of Ramadan is fast approaching all of us. It is a month of true blessings. Believers from all around the world participate in the fasting but that’s not all.
Ramadan also entails giving charity and spending nights in solitude and divine sacredness with all devotion to the Creator- ALLAH SWT. Did we mention the very important Zikr or remembrance of ALLAH with special supplications?
For your utmost convenience, we have enlisted some of the most powerful and impact-producing Ramadan Duas.
This list comprises of the supplications with translation and proper explanation so that believers may take heed. So let’s take a look.
Supplications For Fasting
Ramadan Dua according to Ashra
The holy month has been divided into three stages, termed as Ashra. Believers are recommended to recite a specific Ramadan dua that pertains to that particular Ashra. Each supplication carries great weight and should be recited for maximal benefit.
First Ashra: Rahmat or Mercy of ALLAH ( First 10 Days)
Second Ashra: Maghfirat or Forgiveness of ALLAH (Second 10 Days)
Third Ashra: Nijaat or Salvation (Last 10 Days)
Ramadan Dua for Laylat ul Qadr
The night of power is a special night that Muslims search for during the final Ashra of Ramadan. It is known to be held on an odd night and hence Muslims are ordained to supplicate and worship to their Lord for maximal benefit. The Ramadan Dua is as follows:
Ramadan Dua for the benefit in this world and in the hereafter
The month of blessings gives advantages to Muslims in full form. The following Ramadan dua will help believers seek rewards in both these temporary worlds as well as in the Hereafter.
Ramadan Dua for protection against the hellfire
This is the ultimate time for asking ALLAH SWT for forgiveness and is also termed ideal for repenting of past sins. The following supplication will surely aid in a believer’s emaan and hence must be recited vigorously.
The following Duas will help believers to remain on the straight path of guidance while making the most of the Holy month of Ramadan. It is in the best interest of all Muslims to recite these supplications with utmost devotion so as to receive the greatest benefits.