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Dua at end of quran.

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1) IN EVERY QURAN AT END OF IT WE FIND ONE BIG DUA, WHAT IS SIGNIFICANCE IF IT, IN THE LIGHT QURAN AND SAHIH HADITHS.

IS IT COMPULASORY TO READ IT AT THE END OF QURAN.

AND SECONDLY CAN YOU FORWARD ME THE TRANSLATION OF THE SAME DUA .

 

2) IN INDIA IN THE MONTH OF RAMDHAN WE USE TO COMPLETE ONE QURAN AND AT THE END OF IT THE IMAM SAYS DUA, IN WHICH HE SAYS WHAT EVER HAS READ (QURAN) THE SAWAB FOR THOSE WHO ARE PRESENT ( WHO HEARD THIS QURAN ) AND SAWAB FOR DEAD ALSO ( LIKE THOSE WHO ARE NOT WITH US TODAY MEANS DEAD ONE ), AND IF I SAY TO IMAM FOR MY GRANDFATHER OR GRANDMOTHER WHO ARE NOT WITH US (DEAD) .THEN IMAM ADDS NAME AND  SAY FOR SO AND SO GRAND FATHER OR GRAND MOTHER

 

SO MY QUESTION IS DOES THIS DUA IS CORRECT AND CAN SUCH SAWAB IS ADD TO THOSE WHO ARE NOT WITH US (DEAD  )

 

IT SOUNDS ME MORE OR LESS LIKE QURAN KHAWANI

 

WHAT IS THE BEST DUA  ONE CAN SAY FOR THOSE WHO PASSED AWAY

 

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Dua at end of quran

In the name of Allah, We praise Him, seek His help and ask for His forgiveness. Whoever Allah guides none can misguide, and whoever He allows to fall astray, none can guide them aright. We bear witness that there is none worthy of worship but Allah Alone, and we bear witness that Muhammad (saws) is His slave-servant and the seal of His Messengers.

 

Your Question: IN EVERY QURAN AT END OF IT WE FIND ONE BIG DUA, WHAT IS


SIGNIFICANCE IF IT, IN THE LIGHT QURAN AND SAHIH HADITHS.

IS IT COMPULASORY TO READ IT AT THE END OF QURAN.

AND SECONDLY CAN YOU FORWARD ME THE TRANSLATION OF THE SAME DUA .

If one does any good or lawful deed or any rite of worship with the intention to earn the Pleasure and Good Will of their Lord, it is a preferred Sunnah that one start the deed in the Blessed Name of the Lord and after one has completed the act, one Praise and Thank Allah Subhanah, and in all humility, awe, fear and hope beseech their Lord Most Gracious to accept their worship, forgive them the errors and the shortcomings they might have committed in fulfilling the act, and bestow upon them its due and full rewards.

 

Although it is more than probable that the Messenger of Allah (saws) would have made supplications after reciting the full Quran for himself and the Ummah, to the best of our knowledge there is no record in the authentic and established Sunnah whereby a specific dua or supplication is related from the Prophet (saws) for that purpose.

 

The long dua or supplication one finds at the end of some copies of the Glorious Quran might be one complied by the publishers or the translators from the various other masnoon supplications of the Prophet (saws), or it may even be a supplication which they may have documented themselves.Allah Alone Knows Best.

 

Thus regardless of whether one recites a passage from the Glorious Quran, or one is fortunate enough to recite the whole of the Glorious Quran.it would be well within the etiquettes of Sunnah for the believers to make supplications for themselves, their loved ones, and the believing Ummah in general.

 

If after recitation of a passage or the whole Quran one wishes to recite the supplication found at the end of the book, that is fine and acceptable; and if one wishes to make supplications in ones own words and in ones own language, that too would be fine and acceptable to the Lord, Insha Allah.

 

Your Question: ..SO MY QUESTION IS DOES THIS DUA IS CORRECT AND CAN SUCH SAWAB IS ADD TO THOSE WHO ARE NOT WITH US (DEAD  )

IT SOUNDS ME MORE OR LESS LIKE QURAN KHAWANI

There is absolutely no doubt that the Glorious Quran are the Very Words of the Lord Most Majestic, Most Supreme, Most High, Most Exalted.those who take the effort to recite it, those who take the effort to listen to its recitation, those who obey and follow its Guidance and its Commandments..all of them will receive their due and full rewards from their Lord Most Generous, Most Bounteous for their worship.

 

But if one did not take the effort to attend or listen to its recitation, obviously such a person would not be able to share in those rewards.

 

Just as one cannot commit an evil deed and transfer its sin or its penalty to another, under normal circumstances, one cannot do a good deed and transfer its rewards to another, regardless of whether the intended recipient is dead or alive!

 

There is absolutely no harm if the imaam makes supplications for the dead amongst the believers in his dua, but to transfer the reward of his efforts or his recitation to the account of the deceased would definitely not be possible!

 

Your Question: WHAT IS THE BEST DUA  ONE CAN SAY FOR THOSE WHO PASSED AWAY

Here are some of the supplications which the Messenger of Allah (saws) made for the deceased amongst the believers:

1. Abu Hurairah said: The Prophet (saws) prayed in one of the funeral prayers: Allahumma anta Rubbuha wa ant khalaqtaha wa anta razaqtaha wa ant hadaytaha lil lslam wa anta qabadata ruha-ha wa anta alamu bisirriha wa 'alaniyatiha. Ji'nashuf'ala-hafaghfir laha zanbaha"

(Oh Allah ! You are her Sustainer, You are her Creator, You provided her with sustenance, guided her to Islam, caused her to die, and You best know her secret and public life. We plead to You on her behalf to forgive her her sins.)

 

2. Wa'ilah ibn al-Asqa reported: "The Prophet (saws) led us in a funeral prayer for a man from among the Muslims. I heard him saying: Allahumma inna fulana ibna fulan fi dhimatika wa habla jawaraka, fa-qihu min fitnatal qabri wa adhabin nar wa anta ahlal wafa' wal haq, allahumma faghfirlahu war-rahmhufa innaka antal ghafurur Raheem. Related by Ahmad and Abu Dawood.

(O Allah! So-and-so, son of so-and-so, is under Your protection and Mercy, so protect him from the trials of the grave, and the torture of Hell Fire. You are the Guardian of the truthful and the faithful. OAllah! Forgive him and be merciful to him, as You are the Most Merciful, Most Forgiving.)

 

3. Awf ibn Malik reported: "I heard the Prophet (saws) while offering a funeral prayer, say: Allahumma-ghfir lahu war-rhamhu wa'fu anhu wa 'afahu wa akrim nuzulahu wa wassi' mudkhalahu waghsilhu bi-ma' ind wa thalj wa barad wa naqi minal khataya kama yunaqi athaubudanas minad danas wa abdilhu daran khairan min darihi wa ahlan khairan min ahlihi wa zaujan khairan min zaujihi wa qih fitnatal qabr wa adhaban nar. Related by Muslim.

(O Allah! Forgive him, have Mercy on him, pardon him, heal him, be generous to him, cause his entrance to be wide and comfortable, wash him with the most pure and clean water, and purify him from sins as a white garment is washed clean of dirt. Give him in exchange a home better than his home (on earth) and a family better than his family, and a wife better than his wife, and protect him from the trial of the grave and the torture of Hell Fire.)

 

4. It is reported from Abu Hurairah that the Prophet (saws) offered a funeral prayer and said: Allahummaghfir lihayatina wa mayatina wa saghirina wa kahirina wa dhakirina wa unthana. Allahumma man ahyatahu minna fa-ahyahu 'alal Islam wa man tawafthu minna fa-tawafthu 'ala iman. Allahumma la tahrimna ajrahu wa la tudalana ba'dahu. Related by Ahmad.

(O Allah! Forgive our living, our dead, our young, our old, our males and our females, those of us who are present, and those who are absent. O Allah! Whomsoever among us You keep to live, make him to live in Islam, and whomsoever You cause to die, let him die in faith. O Allah! Do not deprive us of our reward for (supplicating for) him, and cause us not to go astray after him.)

 

Whatever written of Truth and benefit is only due to Allahs Assistance and Guidance, and whatever of error is of me alone. Allah Alone Knows Best and He is the Only Source of Strength.

 

Your brother and well wisher in Islam,

 

 

Burhan

 


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