9 Beautiful Dua for newly married couple

Dua for newly married couple

Dua for newly married couple: Once, Al-Hasan reported: “Aqil bin Abi Talib (ﷺ) got married to a woman from Banu Jusham. People wished him well, saying, ‘May you live happily and have many sons.’ Aqil responded by saying, ‘Say what the Messenger of Allah used to say: Barak Allahu fikum, wa baraka lakum.’ It means, …

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Easy Dua for drinking water and Sunnah of Prophet (ﷺ)

Dua for drinking water

Dua for drinking water Bismillaah starts with the Name of Allah. And if you forget then, when you remember, say: Sunnah dua for drinking water ﷽ Bismillahhir ‘Rehmanir’ Raaheem بِسْمِ اللهِ فِي أَوَّلِهِ وَآخِرِهِ Bismillaahifee ‘awwalihi wa ‘aakhirihi. The main motive behind following the Sunnah of Prophet Muhammad is wisdom, which comes with spiritual benefits. …

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Dua E Qunoot For Witr Salah with translation

Dua e Qunoot

Dua e Qunoot in English “O our Lord, pour patience down on us, and make our foothold firm, and help us against the disbelieving people.” In the name of Allah, the Most Merciful, the Most Compassionate. This verse tells us to ask Allah for help to stay calm and strong when things are tough. We …

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3 Beautiful Dua for Righteous Spouse in Islam

Dua for righteous spouse

Dua for righteous spouse: Rabbana hablana min azwajina wadhuriyyatina qurrata a’yunin wa-j’alna lil-muttaqina imama. No one can disagree that the right choice has to be made when it comes to marriage. Most of us give importance to beauty, genealogy, and wealth. There is nothing wrong with it only when these things are given priority over …

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Guidance and Dua for Pregnancy in Islam: A Blessed Start

Dua for pregnancy

Dua for pregnancy and best practices that will change how you think about Islam are further said in this post. Marriage is a contract between the two spouses, held by mutual rights and responsibilities. Per the teachings of Prophet Muhammad (ﷺ), the man is the leader of the house, and the woman is the supportive …

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3 Dua for strength: Empower your faith

Dua for strength

Dua for strength in Islam is not merely words of Allah swt but also believing in the beautiful meaning of Islam. Islam is often quickly defined as a submission, but it holds a deeper meaning than that. It means submitting to Allah swt and carries a twofold sense of “peace” and “wholehearted self-giving.” Think of …

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3 Powerful dua for evil eye and Black Magic from Quran

Dua for evil eye

Dua for evil eye for protection from the evil eye and learning the best ways to prevent harm from people and Jinns, following the teachings of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him). Things we are going to read in this post are: Nowadays, an increasing amount of people are suffering from psychological illness, magic, and …

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3 easy Dua for thunderstorm and the day of Judgment

Dua for thunderstorm

Three easy dua for thunderstorms: and later in this post, we will read Stories of Hope for believers to make aware of the day when we will be held responsible for our deeds (The Day of Judgment). Dua for thunderstorm from the holy Quran “The thunder praises Allah, and so do the angels out of …

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3 Dua for noor on face: Best Namaz e Shab (Tahajjud)

Dua for noor on face

Dua for noor on face: “But as for those whose faces become white, they are [in the light] of Allah’s mercy. They will abide therein eternally.” وَأَمَّا ٱلَّذِينَ ٱبۡيَضَّتۡ وُجُوهُهُمۡ فَفِي رَحۡمَةِ ٱللَّهِۖ هُمۡ فِيهَا خَٰلِدُونَ Dua for noor on face transliteration: “Wa amma allatheena abyadat wujoohuhum fafee rahmati Allahi hum feeha khalidoon.” Dua for noor on face in english: “But as for those …

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3 Effective Dua for debt, Dhikr, and Namaz to relieve anxiety

Dua for debt

Dua for debt from Prophet Muhammad (ﷺ): “Allaahumma inni a’oodhi bika min al-ma’tham wa’l-maghram Islam tells us not to get into debt and encourages Muslims to avoid it whenever possible. When someone is in debt, they might end up saying things that aren’t true and not keeping their promises (which is haram). Aisha (رضي الله …

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