Ramadan Duas – With Urdu & English Translations

Ramadan dua are special prayers that Muslims recite during the holy month of Ramadan. These duas are a way to seek Allah’s blessings and forgiveness and to strengthen one’s connection with Allah.

Powerful and Effective Ramadan Dua

Here are some examples of powerful and effective Ramadan duas that Muslims can recite during the holy month:

1. Dua for Ramadan Moon Sighting Dua

Dua for moon sighting
Dua for moon sighting

اللَّهُمَّ أَهْلِلْهُ عَلَيْنَا بِالْيُمْنِ وَالإِيمَانِ وَالسَّلاَمَةِ وَالإِسْلاَمِ رَبِّي وَرَبُّكَ اللَّهُ

Allahumma ahlilhu `alainā bil-yumni wal-iman, was-salamati wal-Islam, rabbi wa rabbuk Allah

اے اللہ اسے برکت اور ایمان اور سلامتی اور اسلام کے ساتھ ہم پر نازل فرما۔ میرا اور تمہارا رب اللہ ہے۔

O Allah, bring it over us with blessing and faith, and security and Islam. My Lord and your Lord is Allah. (Tirmidhi: 3451)

2. Dua for Fasting – Sehri Dua

Dua for fasting
Dua for fasting

وَبِصَوْمِ غَدٍ نَّوَيْتُ مِنْ شَهْرِ رَمَضَانَ

Wa bisawmi ghadinn nawaiytu min shahri Ramadan

میں رمضان کے مہینے میں کل کا روزہ رکھنے کا ارادہ رکھتا ہوں۔

I intend to keep the fast for tomorrow in the month of Ramadan

3. Dua for Breaking Fast – Iftar Dua

Dua for Breaking Fast
Dua for Breaking Fast

اللَّهُمَّ لَكَ صُمْتُ وَعَلَى رِزْقِكَ أَفْطَرْتُ

Allahumma inni laka sumtu wa ala rizq-ika-aftartu

اے اللہ! میں نے تیرے لیے روزہ رکھا اور تیرے رزق پر افطار کیا۔

O Allah! For You I have fasted and upon your provision, I have broken my fast. (Abu Dawud: 2358)

4. Dua for Someone who provides you Iftar

Dua for Someone who provides you Iftar
Dua for Someone who provides you Iftar

أَفْطَرَ عِنْدَكُمُ الصَّائِمُونَ وَأَكَلَ طَعَامَكُمُ الأَبْرَارُ وَصَلَّتْ عَلَيْكُمُ الْمَلاَئِكَةُ

Aftara ‘indakumus-saimun, wa akala ta’amakumul-abrar, wa sallat ‘alaikumul- mala’ikah

روزہ دار آپ کے ساتھ افطار کریں اور پرہیزگار آپ کا کھانا کھائیں اور فرشتے آپ پر رحمت کی دعا کریں

May the fasting (men) break their fast with you, and the pious eat your food, and the angels pray for blessing on you (Ibn Majah: 1747)

5. Dua for the first 10 days of Ramadan – 1st Ashra Dua

Dua for the first 10 days of Ramadan - 1st Ashra Dua
Dua for the first 10 days of Ramadan – 1st Ashra Dua

يَا حَيُّ يَا قَيُّومُ بِرَحْمَتِكَ أَسْتَغيثُ

Ya Hayyu Ya Qayyum bi rehmatika astaghees

اے ہمیشہ رہنے والے، ہمیشہ رہنے والے، میں تیری رحمت کے ذریعے تیری مدد چاہتا ہوں۔

Oh Everliving, The Everlasting, I seek Your help through Your mercy.

6. Dua for Second Ashra Dua – 2nd Ashra Dua

Dua for Second Ashra Dua - 2nd Ashra Dua
Dua for Second Ashra Dua – 2nd Ashra Dua

اَسْتَغْفِرُ اللہَ رَبِّی مِنْ کُلِّ زَنْبٍ وَّ اَتُوْبُ اِلَیْہِ

Astagfirullaha rab-bi min kulli zambiyon wa-atoobuilaiyh

میں اللہ سے اپنے تمام گناہوں کی معافی مانگتا ہوں اور اسی کی طرف رجوع کرتا ہوں۔

I seek forgiveness from Allah for all my sins and turn to Him.

7. Dua for the last 10 days of Ramadan

Dua for the last 10 days of Ramadan
Dua for the last 10 days of Ramadan

اَللَّهُمَّ أَجِرْنِي مِنَ النَّارِ

Allahumma Ajirni minan naar

اے اللہ مجھے آگ (جہنم) سے بچا۔

O Allah, save me from the fire (Jahannam).

8. Dua for Taraweeh

Dua for Taraweeh
Dua for Taraweeh

سُبْحَانَ ذِی الْمُلْکِ وَالْمَلَکُوْتِ ط سُبْحَانَ ذِی الْعِزَّةِ وَالْعَظَمَةِ وَالْهَيْبَةِ وَالْقُدْرَةِ وَالْکِبْرِيَآئِ وَالْجَبَرُوْتِ ط سُبْحَانَ الْمَلِکِ الْحَيِ الَّذِی لَا يَنَامُ وَلَا يَمُوْتُ سُبُّوحٌ قُدُّوْسٌ رَبُّنَا وَرَبُّ الْمَلَائِکَةِ وَالرُّوْحِ ط اَللّٰهُمَّ اَجِرْنَا مِنَ النَّارِ يَا مُجِيْرُ يَا مُجِيْرُ يَا مُجِيْر۔

پاک ہے (وہ اﷲ) زمین و آسمان کی بادشاہی والا۔ پاک ہے (وہ اﷲ) عزت و بزرگی، ہیبت و قدرت اور عظمت و رُعب والا۔ پاک ہے بادشاہ (حقیقی، جو) زندہ ہے، سوتا نہیں اور نہ مرے گا۔ بہت ہی پاک (اور) بہت ہی مقدس ہے ہمارا پروردگار اور فرشتوں اور روح کا پروردگار۔ اِلٰہی ہم کو دوزخ سے پناہ دے۔ اے پناہ دینے والے! اے پناہ دینے والے! اے پناہ دینے والے!

Subhann zel mulki walmalakot, Subhann zel ezzati wal azmati walhaibati walqudratihi walkebriya waljabrooti, Subhannal malkil hayyilzzi la yanam wala yamoot Subbhun quddos rabbuna wa rabbul malaikati warroh, Allahamu ajirna mi nannar. Ya mujir, Ya mujir, Ya mujir

“Exalted is the Possessor of the hidden and the manifest dominion. Exalted is the Possessor of Might, Greatness, Reverence, Power, Pride, and Majesty. Exalted is the Master, the Living, the one who neither sleeps nor dies. All-perfect, All-holy, Our Lord, and the Lord of the angels and the souls. O Allah, grant us refuge from the Hellfire. O Granter of refuge, O Granter of refuge, O Granter of refuge.”

Conclusion

Ramadan duas are an essential part of the holy month of Ramadan. These prayers serve as a means for Muslims to connect with Allah and seek His blessings and forgiveness. Throughout the month of Ramadan, Muslims recite a variety of duas, including the Taraweeh dua, the dua for breaking the fast (iftar), the dua for the Night of Power (Laylatul Qadr), and many others.

As the month of Ramadan comes to a close, Muslims offer special duas to thank Allah for the blessings they received during the holy month and seek His forgiveness for any shortcomings. These duas serve as a reminder that the ultimate goal of Ramadan is to strengthen one’s relationship with Allah and carry the lessons learned during the month throughout the rest of the year.

Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar and is considered the holiest month in the religion. During this month, Muslims observe a strict fast from dawn to dusk and engage in spiritual activities such as reciting the Quran, giving charity, and performing good deeds.

One of the most important spiritual practices during Ramadan is making dua or supplication. Dua is an Arabic word that means to call out or invoke, and in Islamic tradition, it refers to the act of calling upon Allah (SWT) for guidance, help, and forgiveness.

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The Importance of Duas During Ramadan

The act of making dua is considered one of the most powerful and effective ways to communicate with Allah (SWT) and seek His guidance and blessings. Muslims believe that during Ramadan, the gates of heaven are opened, and the gates of hell are closed, and the devils are chained up. This makes Ramadan the perfect time to seek Allah’s forgiveness, mercy, and blessings through duas.

Moreover, fasting during Ramadan can be physically and emotionally challenging, and making duas can provide comfort, solace, and strength to Muslims. It can also help them stay connected to Allah (SWT) and maintain a sense of spirituality and mindfulness throughout the month.

The Significance of Duas in Islamic Tradition

Duas have a special significance in Islamic tradition, as they are considered a form of worship and a means of seeking Allah’s blessings and guidance. Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) emphasized the importance of making duas in numerous hadiths or sayings. For instance, he said:

"The supplication is the essence of worship." (Tirmidhi)
"Nothing averts destiny except supplication, and nothing prolongs life except good deeds." (Tirmidhi)
"Whoever does not ask Allah, He becomes angry with him." (Tirmidhi)

From these hadiths, we can see that making duas is not only important but also necessary for Muslims. It is a means of seeking Allah’s guidance, protection, and blessings, and it can also help them overcome their difficulties and challenges.