Dua Qunoot, Dua e Qunoot

Dua Qunoot, Dua e Qunoot

Dua Qunoot

In Islam, Dua e Qunoot is a type of prayer that is read while standing.
For instance, when you pray with Witr, which is a Sunnah way to pray.
In Dua e Qunoot, the word Qunoot means “to be obedient,”
or we can say that it means “to stand.” Dua is the Arabic word for praying.
It can mean things like submission, modesty, and devotion.
Dua e Qunoot is one of the special dua that is recited during Isha’s prayer.

What Dua e Qunoot means:

O, Allah! We usually want to apologize to you and only to you. Dua
We tend to believe you and trust you, praise you well, say “thank you,” “thanks not,”
and “thank you,” leave people who say no to us and end our relationship with them.

O, Allah! We tend to worship you, pray for you, and get down on our knees before you. Dua
We can follow your commands, hope for your mercy, and worry about your punishment.
In fact, your punishment is going to be people who don’t believe you.

Translation Of Dua e Qanoot In English :

Dear Allah! We beg Your pardon and ask Your assistance.
and praise You, trust You, and believe in You. Dua
& You have our gratitude and we are not unappreciative of You.
and those who disobey You are alienated and abandoned by us.
Dear Allah! We adore only You, and we grovel and plead only for You.
as we make an effort to please You, offer ourselves for service in Your cause,
and both hope and dread for Your mercy.
Undoubtedly, Your punishment will surpass unbelievers, O Allah. Dua

پیارے اللہ! ہم آپ سے معافی مانگتے ہیں اور آپ سے مدد مانگتے ہیں۔
اور آپ کی تعریف کرتے ہیں، آپ پر بھروسہ کریں، اور آپ پر یقین کرتے ہیں۔
اور ہم آپ کے شکر گزار ہیں۔
 جو آپ کی نافرمانی کرتے ہیں وہ ہم سے بیگانہ اور ترک کر دیتے ہیں۔
پیارے اللہ! ہم صرف تیری ہی عبادت کرتے ہیں، اور ہم صرف تجھ سے ہی التجا کرتے ہیں۔
جیسا کہ ہم آپ کو خوش کرنے کی کوشش کرتے ہیں، اپنے آپ کو آپ کی خدمت کے لیے پیش کرتے ہیں
اور تیری رحمت کی امید اور خوف دونوں۔
بے شک تیرا عذاب کافروں پر سبقت لے جائے گا اے اللہ۔

 

Dua Qunoot’s Importance:

The prayer that is to be uttered by the person
once uniting the aura with the Fatihah is the third Rak’ah
of the finest prayers. Several important requests to
Allah are made in this prayer. This prayer is not understood
by many people. That might be a very rewarding blessing, right?

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