Category Archives: Ad’iyya

Dhikr and Du’a for Ashura

The following are the Arabic text and English translation of traditional invocations [adhkar] and supplications [ad’iyya] for the day of Ashura: Invocation & Supplication for Ashura Special Supplication for Ashura And Allah is the Guide, eminent is His Glory. Related Links:The Tenth of Muḥarram (PDF) by Sheikh Idris Watts, Abu Zahra FoundationThe Day of Ashura from […]

Du’a Awwal al-Sana – Awwal Muharram

It is from the practice of the pious [sâlihîn] to recite the following supplication [du’â] three (3) times after the sunset prayers [salâtu-l maghrib] on the first day of Muharram which is the Islamic New Year. Amongst others, this supplication can be found in: kanzu-n najahi wa-s surur by: Al-‘Allamah Al-Shaikh ‘Abdul Hamid b. Muhammad ‘Ali Quds al-munjiyat by: Shaikh Dr. Thaika Shu’aib […]

Du’a Akhir Al-Sana – Akhir Dhu-l Hijjah

It is from the practice of the pious [sâlihîn] to recite the following supplication [du’â] three (3) times after the mid-afternoon prayers [salâtu-l ‘asr] on the last day of Dhu-l Hijjah which is the last day of the Islamic Year. Amongst others, this supplication can be found in: kanzu-n najahi wa-s surur by: Al-‘Allamah Al-Shaikh ‘Abdul Hamid b. Muhammad ‘Ali Quds al-munjiyat by: Shaikh Dr. […]

Adhkar after the Friday Prayers

After completing the Friday prayer [salat al jumu’a], there are some specific adhkar recommended to be performed before leaving the mosque. For ease of access, we are listing them below: 1. For Protection After pronouncing the Salam at the end of the Friday prayer, before unfolding one’s legs or engaging in any worldly conversation, recite the following Qur’anic chapters […]

The Blessed Basmala

مُتَعَوِّذًا مُّبَسْمِلًا مُّحَمْدِلًا مُّصَلِّيًا مُّسَلِّمًا اَللّٰهُمَّ رَبَّنَا اٰتِنَا سَعَادَةَ الدَّارَيْنِ اَلسَّلَامُ عَلَيْڪُمْ  وَرَحْمَةُ اللّٰهِ وَبَرَڪَاتُهُ The Blessed Basmala Seeking a healing cure by means of Basmala, the pure The significance and power of the Basmala Sharīfa is too immense to be elucidated in mere words. For our purpose and intent, the following will suffice: Prophet […]