Dua For 23rd Ramadan (2nd Shab-e-Qadr)

(In the Name of Allah (SWT), Most Gracious, Most Merciful, all praise and thanks are due to Allah, Lord of the Realms and peace and blessings be upon His Messenger (SAWS) and upon all his family and companions)

The Following Dua is compiled for you to make this Ramadan’s special night even better and in addition, glorify and justify those chances to make this happen in a much better way and this is why you are advised to consider the following Dua:

O Lord of Lailatul Qadr! (Night of Destiny!

Who has made it better than 1000 months!

O the Lord of the day and the night and the mountains and oceans, the Lord of light and darkness!

O the Lord of the earth and the skies!

O the Creator! O the Designer!

O Kind!

O One Who favours!

O Allah Who maintains everything!

O Allah!

O the Kindest!

O Allah!

O the Creator of new things!

O Allah! O Allah! O Allah!

The best names are for Thee alone.

Thou hast control over all virtues.

I ask Thee to send blessings on Muhammad (S.A.W.) and his Aal (A.S.).

Write my name, in this Night of Qadr, among the names of the fortunate.

Let my soul keep the company of the martyrs.

Let my good deeds be reckoned with “Illiyeen” (those exalted).

Forgive my sins.

Bestow on me such belief that Thou may be nearest to my heart.

Give me such understanding that all the doubts may be removed.

Let me be contended over that which has been ordained for me:

Let me have goodness and virtues in this world and the next.

Save me from the glowing fire of Hell. Encourage me towards Tine remembrance with pleasure and to be penitent.

Give me all those virtues that Thou hast given to Muhammad (S.A.W.) and Aal-e-Muhammad (A.S.).

(May Allah Send down Blessings and Mercy upon our Master Muhammad, the crowned one, and the one with holy ascension and the owner of buraq, mount of light who is the best in adab (conduct), intercessor of ummahs (communities), blessed with eminence and generosity. Salutation of Peace to the Prophet and his noble followers. Assalatu wa assalamu alayka Ya Rasool Allah)

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