This Dua for Graveyard is a must repeat, especially when visiting a cemetery.
We are strongly encouraged in Islamic teachings to visit graveyards, recite dua
for our departed relatives, and learn lessons from our death and the present
transient world as well as the eternal life of the Hereafter that awaits us,
According to the Hadith. Visiting graves, according to Prophet Muhammad
Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam can decrease our allegiance to this world and
remind us more of the Hereafter. In practice, visiting graves is frequently
interpreted as a strong statement that the deceased has not been forgotten,
despite their death. When visiting graves, Muslims are encouraged to take a
moment to reflect on the positive aspects of the deceased’s life. The time
should be spent praying and reflecting on God’s mercy and goodness, as well
as the brevity of life on Earth. Visits to graves are beneficial not just to tourists,
but also to the people who are buried there. Visitors who treat the deceased kindly,
greet him with greetings, offer dua for him, and ask for forgiveness will benefit him.
Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) not only encourages us to visit graves but also teaches
us about proper grave etiquette. When reciting this dua, it is Sunnah of Rasulullah SAW to face the Qibla.
Dua For Graveyard
First and foremost, Muslims are recommended to make wudhu before visiting graveyards
to ensure that they are physically clean, as we will read the Quran and offer dua to relatives
who have passed away. We are also strongly advised to come prepared with the appropriate
meal and to greet the departed with Salaam. Following Salaam, we might perform dua for
visiting graveyards, as our beloved Prophet did (PBUH). It is a way to pray for the deceased,
make dua for forgiveness, stand elevation, and ask AllahTa’alaa to reward them from His
mercy and bestow the most effective of rewards, make dua for death on Iman, steadfastness
on Deen, and being rewarded with an honest death, and so on. After reciting dua, softly recite
some of the Qur’an Shareef. Surah Yaseen, Surah Mulk, Surah Zil Zaal, Surah Takaathur,
Surah Ikhlas, Ayatul Kursi, Surah Fatihah, and the first 5 verses and last 3 verses of Surah
Baqarah are some of the recommended Surahs. Recite Surah Ikhlas three, seven, ten, or eleven times.
When Visiting A Graveyard Recite This Dua
HADITH On The Property About Graveyard
We’ll cover a lot of hadith about graveyards, funerals, and death in the following section.
On The Construction Of Structures On Graves (Tombstones)
Allah’s somebody, Jabir, peace, and blessings are upon him, People were prohibited from applying graves,
sitting on them, or erecting structures over them.“In this tradition is the condemnation of application,”
Muslim An-Nawawi says. tombs and buildings over them, as well as the prohibition on sitting on them.
“Sahih Muslim 970 is the source.
Rank: Sahih (genuine). This will only be Ash-Shafi’ee, and thus the majority of According to
our academics, scholars assume application over them is not permitted, and sitting on them is prohibited.”
Never Construct a Death Wish.
“None of you want to yearn for death,” someone from God said, according to Abu Hurairah.
Either he is a sensible|an honest|a decent employee who will hopefully do more sensible things,
or he is a bad person who will hopefully give up his evil ways during which.” Sunan an-Nasa’i,
Sunan an-Nasa’i, Sunan an-Nasa’i, Sunan an-Nasa’i, Sunan an-Nasa’i, Sunan an-Nasa’i, Sunan an-Nasa’i,
Sunan an-Nasa’i, Sunan Hadith one, Book twenty-one, could be a reference within the book.
It is not an honest decision to desire a quick death. Every waking moment could be an opportunity to
spice up your prudent actions and gain a place in Jannah. You have the option of pleading with God for help and forgiveness.
Weeping For Those Who Have Passed Away
“When Allah’s female person was dying, God scooped her up and cradled her to his bosom,
then he placed his hand on her, and he or she died before Allah’s female person,” Ibn ‘Abbas reported.
‘Oh, Umm Ayman, do I cry while God’s somebody is beside you?’ Someone from God inquired.
‘Why should I not cry when Allah’s someone is crying?’ She replied. “I am not weeping,” declared Allah’s someone.
It is instead a matter of compassion. ‘ Then Allah says, “The believer is safe in any circumstance; even if his soul is
torn from his body, he glorifies God, the Mighty and Classy.” Sunan an-Nasa’i, Sunan an-Nasa’i, Sunan an-Nasa’i,
Sunan an-Nasa’i, Sunan an-Nasa’i, Sunan an-Nasa’i, Sunan an-Nasa’i, Sunan an-Nasa’ Book twenty-one, Hadith
twenty-six may be a reference within the book. But Muhammad was permitted to travel to his mother’s point,
so do so, because they will remind you of the Hereafter.” Jami’ at-Tirmidhi 1054 is a reference for the highest level
in Islam (Darussalam). Hadith ninety in Book 10 could be a reference found within the book. Jabir bin ‘Abdullah bin
‘Atik narrates a completely different hadith: When the Prophet (SAWS) went to see ‘Abdullah bin Thabit (who was sick),
he found him on the verge of death. “Truly, we have got a bent to belong to God, and truly, we have a bent to shall come
back to Him,” someone of God replied, and further, “We required you to survive, but we’ve got a bent to were overtaken
by Allah’s decree, O Abu Ar-Rabi.” Ibn “Atik began urging the women to be quiet after they wailed loudly. “Leave them,”
Allah’s someone replied, “no one should be forced to grieve once the unavoidable occurs.” “What is the unavoidable,
“Who are you, O Allah?” they inquired. “Death,” he declared. “The deceased is punished because his family cries for him,
” the Prophet declared, according to Ibn ‘Umar, and the UN agency reported it through ‘Umar. Sahih is the highest level
in Islam (Darussalam) Sunan an-Nasa’i, Sunan an-Nasa’i, Sunan Book twenty-one, Hadith thirty-one may be a reference
within the book. People cry naturally, but when they start wailing and yelling, it becomes unbearable.
When Visiting A Graveyard Recite This Dua.
Wailing may indicate that you are simply dissatisfied with Allah’s decree; therefore, try to keep your emotions under control.
Visiting Non-Muslims Graves
According to Abu Huraira, the Apostle of God (SWT) visited his mother’s grave, wept,
and moved those around him to tears, saying, “I wished permission from my Lord to beg
forgiveness for her, but it completely wasn’t granted to the province, that I wished for permission
to travel to her grave, but it completely was granted to the province, therefore visit the graves, for
it causes you to come into contact with the mind of death.” Hadith 100:35 (Book 11) (Sahih Muslim 976 b)
Many students concluded from this hadith that the Prophet’s (PBUH) mother died as a pagan.
As a result, he couldn’t pray to God for her forgiveness. Some dispute this interpretation,
but it was widely interpreted as permission to visit non-Muslim graves.
Curses And Graves (Backbiting)
“Do not abuse the dead,” the Prophet (PBUH) said, “because they have achieved the
highest results of what they forwarded.” 1393 of the Sahih al-Bukhari Book twenty-three
Hadith 148 Ibn Umar related: “God said: “Mention your dead and refrain from (mentioning)
their evil.” #1019 Jami at-Tirmidhi Vol. 2, Book 10, Hadith 1019 Janaiz al-Tirmidhi