Dua Of Ashura On 10th Muharram Recite It

Dua Of Ashura On 10th Muharram Recite It

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The Dua of Ashura, which can be read during the daylight on Ashura

or on the 9th of Muharram, is highly recommended for reading on the

10th of Muharram. The word Ashura derives from the Arabic word Asharah,

which means “ten,” and Ashura is the tenth day of Muharram. According to

Zain-u-Abideen whoever recites or listens to these recitations from sunrise

to sunset on Ashura Day will have his life guaranteed for the rest of the year

and will not die. He won’t be able to recite them if his death occurs in the coming year.

We have made a video to assist with pronunciation. Dua of Ashura

 

After reciting the Dua of Ashura, recite this seven times

 

 

The first Dua should be read once, whereas this one should be read seven times.

According to the Hadith, anyone who does four rakahs of Nafl with Ayat-ul-Kursi

once and Surah Ikhlas three times following Surah Fatiha, and then supplicates,

would receive everything he desires from Allah (SWT). Furthermore, it is Sunnah

to fast on the day of Ashura (Sunday, August 30th), which in some countries will

be Saturday, August 29th; check the Islamic calendar for your country.

According to Ash-Shafi’i and his colleagues, Ishaq, Ahmed, and others:

“Fasting on the ninth and tenth days is mustahabb because the Prophet

(PBUH) fasted on the tenth and meant to fast on the ninth.”

On the basis of this statement, we can deduce that Ashura observes a

changing degree of fasting, the least of which is a complete fast on the 10th

of Muharram. It’s better if you start on the 9th day as well. The more fasting we

do during Muharram, the better. Our Holy Prophet (PBUH) was once asked about

fasting after the day of Ashura on the authority of Abu Qatada (RA), to which He

(PBUH) replied:

“It atones for [wipes off] the minor transgressions of the previous year”‘. (Muslim)

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