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Ramadan dua

Dua is basically a prayer to Allah Almighty. We can do dua in any language that we know; Allah All-powerful accepts all our Duas no matter what voice we speak to Him. Ramadan Dua is a major deed.

Ramadan is the period of Allah’s mercy, help, forgiveness, and protection from Hellfire. The holy month of Ramazan is the month of fasting that is loaded with spiritual and religious strength. Muslims all around the world, avoid themselves from eating and drinking from dawn to dusk while fasting in Ramazan.

Ramadan Dua

Moreover, Muslims offer unique prayers with fasting and satisfy themselves in additional prayers and Duas to assure they can make the maximum out of this holy month of Ramazan. Ramadan Dua is one of the major deeds Muslims do to invoke Allah and seek His miracles in the month of Ramazan. Besides three special Duas for three steps (Ashras) of Ramazan, there are other Duas (supplications) that Muslims can recite while fasting. In regards to these Duas, we put together daily Duas for the first 10 days of Ramazan that Muslims can address to call upon Allah in a special way.

Ashra of Ramadan

1st Part Shows Mercy of God(Rehmah)

2nd Part Shows Forgiveness of Allah (Maghfirah)

3rd Part Shows Safety from the Hell (Nijat)

The Holy Prophet Hazrat Muhammad ﷺ said: It (Ramazan) is the month, whose beginning is mercy, it’s center, justification, and its end, freedom from the fire (of hell).

No doubt, the month of Ramazan is full of Blessing, mercy, and forgiveness. It’s the best chance for all the Muslims to collect more blessings of God and pray for their forgiveness and to be saved from the Hellfire.

Ramadan Dua for Day 1:

Dua for first ramadan

Ramadan Dua for Day 2:

dua for second day of ramadan

Ramadan Dua for Day 3:

dua for third day of ramadan

Ramadan Dua for Day 4:

dua for forth day of ramadan

Ramadan Dua for Day 5:

dua for fiveth day of ramadan

Ramadan Dua for Day 6:

Ramadan Dua for Day 7:

dua for seventh day of ramadan

Ramadan Dua for Day 8:

dua for eight day of ramadan

Ramadan Dua for Day 9:

dua for ninth day of ramadan

Ramadan Dua for Day 10:

dua for tenth day of ramadan



The second ten days (11-20) of Ramadan are the days of Forgiveness.

2nd ten days of Ramazan day 11th too, day 20th consists of the second Ashra and its called Ashra or forgiveness. Muslims must ask the forgiveness of Allah All-powerful and regret all their sins. The Dua for 2nd Ashra is:
Translating: “I ask forgiveness of my crimes from God who is my God and I tend towards Him.”

The last ten days (21-30) of Ramadan are to seek Refuge in Allah from the Hellfire.

3rd Ashra begins from 21st Ramadan and finishes 29th or 30th Ramadan according to the moon. 3rd Ashra called Safety from the Hell it means Nijat. At the end of Ramadan is about seeking in Allah All-powerful from Hellfire. All Muslim must pray that from the safety of Hellfire. Last Ashra is very important and superior. In this Ashra Lailatul Qadar also comes and many Muslims also practice Aitkaf in this Ashra and try to maximize their prayers.
Stated in the Quran:
“We sent it (Quran) down on a Holy Night. Verily, We are ever threatening. Therein (in that Night) is announced every matter of ordainment. Verily, We are ever giving (the Messenger) (As) a Mercy from your God.” [Quran 44: 3-6]
Dua of the third Ashra is:
Translation: “I ask forgiveness from Allah, my God, from all sin I performed”

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