Powerful Duas & Wazaif


Auzubillah Minashaitan Nirajeem

I seek refuge in ALLAH from the curse of the shaytaan

Bismillah hirRahmaan nirRaheem

  “In the name of ALLAH, The Most Gracious, The Most Compassionate”.

AsSalatu wassalamu ‘alaika ya RasulALLAH

Peace and blessings be on you, O Messenger of ALLAH

Sallallaahu Alayhi Wa Sallam

May Peace and Blessings of ALLAH be upon Him



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Dua  Request for My Elder Brother!

Please pray for him, I am in need of your dua. His name is Akhtar Ali, he has living a healthy life masha ALLAH after kidney transplant. I would be grateful if you all could pray for his healthy and quick recovery. May ALLAH Subhanahu Wata A’ala heal him, cure his diseases and grant him shifa in the sadaqah of HIS Beloved Messenger Muhammad Mustafa SallALLAHU Alayhe Wasallam. Ameen Allahumma Ameen


As’alu Allah al ‘azim rabbil ‘arshil azim an yashifika

I ask ALLAH, The Mighty, The Lord of the Mighty Throne, to cure you.

As’alu Allah al ‘azim rabbil ‘arshil azeem an yashifika

As’alu Allah al ‘azim rabbil ‘arshil azeem an yashifika

As’alu Allah al ‘azim rabbil ‘arshil azeem an yashifika

As’alu Allah al ‘azim rabbil ‘arshil azeem an yashifika

As’alu Allah al ‘azim rabbil ‘arshil azeem an yashifika

As’alu Allah al ‘azim rabbil ‘arshil azeem an yashifika

Ameen Allahumma Ameen

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Tips for Concentration in Prayers

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Bismillah hirRahmaan nirRaheem

With The Name of ALLAH, The Beneficent and The Merciful

SallALLAHU A’la Muh’ammad SallALLAHU Alayhe Wasallam

Dear brothers, sisters and respected elders! So many times, people asks me to get rid of the satan’s waswasa in their mind while offering prayers. This is very commonly found that we are offering prayers and thinking about other worldly affairs.

There are few tricks to get rid of this:

  • Never make an ablution in hurry, you will commit mistakes. This will allow satan to interfere even during your prayers also. Haste makes waste!
  • Make it easily, slowly and in proper manner.

At the beginning of ablution, you start in the Name of ALLAH Subhanahu Wata A’la  and praise HIM for making the water a pure element:

ِ الحَمدُ للهِ الَّذي جَعَلَ الماءَ طَهُوراً ولَم يَجعَلْهُ نَجِسا و بِسمِ اللهِ وَبِالله

  • After making an ablution recite the below dua:

اللَّهُمَّ اجْعَلْنِي مِنَ التَّوَّابِينَ وَاجْعَلْنِي مِنَ الْمُتَطَهِّرِينَ

“Allahummaj ‘alni minat-tawwabina waj’alni minal-mutatahhirin”.

Translation: O ALLAH, make me among those who turn to YOU in repentance, and make me among those who are purified.

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Then in your prayers:

  • Make an imaginary point where you will touch your forehead on the ground in front of you while you are standing in prayers;
  • Try to concentrate on that imaginary point and keep seeing it continuously;
  • If you are standing, in prostation/sajdah or sitting for ‘Athahiyat…’ position, do not keep off your vision from that point during the entire prayers, except during ‘Bowing/Rukoo’- see in between your both feet at 1 point only during ‘Rukoo’.
  • Insha ALLAH you will get a good concentration.

When you have concentration in prayers, you can feel that your fingers or the whole hand gets numbed. You feel as there is a warm energy of light above you that is watching you and very close. May ALLAH grant us all to become sincere worshipper/khashieen and help us in becoming better and better at worshipping HIM, Ameen summa ameen.


Other Ways to Get Rid of worldly thoughts in Prayers

When you stand up for prayers, focus carefully, pause for a moment and read Dua of Tawjeeh-

اني وجهت وجهي للذي فطر السموات والارض حنيفا وما أنا من المشركين

Inni Wajjahtu Wajhi Lilladhi Fataras-Samawati Wal-Arda Hanifan Wa Ma Ana Min Al-Mushrikin

Translation: “I have turned my face towards that Being who originated the heavens and the earth, I scorn all false creeds and profess the true religion, and I am not of the idolators”

Then say;

رب أعوذ بك من وساوس الصدر و شتات الامر
رب أعوذ بك من همزات الشياطين وأعوذ بك رب ان يحضرون

Translation: “My Lord! I seek thy refuge from the whisperings that appear in my heart and from my work being scattered”
“My Rabb! I seek thy refuge from the instigations of Satans and I seek thy refuge from them drawing closer to me”

Then read Surah An-naas,
then say your takbeere tahreemah to start prayers. Do this a few times and insha ALLAH the useless thoughts will go away.

Tips to Fight Stress

Bismillah hirRahmaan nirRaheem-yaALLAH.in

Bismillah hiRahmaan nirRaheem

With The Name of ALLAH, The Beneficent, The Merciful

SallALLAHU A’la Muh’mmad SallALLAHU Alayhe Wasallam

The First Level:
Being angry, and this is in various ways: 
 and anger is of two types. The first type of anger is that which is directed toward his Lord. So he becomes angry at what ALLAH has decreed for him, and this is Haraam (forbidden). 
 And it is possible that this could lead to kufr. ALLAH said: “And among mankind is he who worships ALLAH upon the very edge (i.e. in doubt); if good befalls him, he is content therewith; but if a trial befalls him, he turns back on his face (i.e. Reverts back to disbelief after embracing Islam). 
 He loses both this world and the Hereafter. That is the evident loss.” (22:11)
 The second type of anger is expressed by the tongue like making du’aa for destruction or ruin and what is similar to that, and this is Haraam. 
 The third type of anger is expressed by the limbs like slapping the cheeks, ripping clothing, pulling out hair, and similar to that, and all of this is Haraam and in contradiction to patience which is Waajib.

The Second Level:
Being patient, just as in the saying: Patience is like its name – bitter in taste, yet its outcomes are sweeter than honey. 
 The person at this level feels the affliction to weighs very heavy upon him, yet he bears it although he dislikes that it happened. Rather, his Eemaan bears it and restrains him from being angry. So the time of affliction and the time of no affliction is not the same to him, and this (level) is Waajib, because ALLAH commanded the people to be patient, saying: 
 “And be patient, indeed ALLAH is with the patient ones.” (8:46)

The Third Level:
Being pleased with the affliction in that the person is pleased with the affliction and whether it happened or not, it is the same to him so he it is not difficult upon him. 
 He does not bear it as if it is something weighing heavy on him, and this (level) is Mustahabb (preferred) and it is not Waajib according to the most correct opinion. 
 The difference between this level and the one before it is apparent because the affliction happening or not happening is the same due to the pleasure of the one on this level. 
 As for the level before it, the affliction is hard upon him, yet he remains patient over it.

The Fourth Level:
Thankfulness and being grateful and this is the highest level. This is that the person thanks ALLAH for the affliction which has struck him in that he knows that this affliction is expiation for his sins and perhaps a cause for an increase in his good deeds.
 The Prophet (sall-ALLAHU ‘alayhi wa sallam) said: “There is no affliction which strikes the Muslim except that
 Allah expiates with it (sins), even with a thorn that may poke him.” (Bukhaaree & Muslim)



Cure for Stress, Depression and Worries

Here are a few good du’a  from the Quran and Sunnah that one may like to recite when asking for sabr, perseverance, patience & steadfastness. There are also a few tips to assist us, insha’ALLAH.

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In al-Saheehayn it was reported from Ibn ‘Abbaas that the Messenger of ALLAH (Peace and Blessings of ALLAH be upon Him) used to say, when he felt distressed:

“La ilaaha ill-ALLAH al-‘Azeem ul-Haleem, Laa ilaaha ill-ALLAH Rabb il-‘arsh il-‘azeem, Laa ilaaha ill-ALLAH Rabb is-samawaati wa Rabb il-ard wa Rabb il-‘arsh il-kareem”

“There is no god except ALLAH, the All-Mighty, the Forbearing; there is no god except ALLAH, the Lord of the Mighty Throne; there is no god except ALLAH, Lord of the heavens, Lord of the earth and Lord of the noble Throne.” (Al-Bukhari 8/154, Muslim 4/2092, )



[This is the du’a of Prophet Ya’qub (Jacob) (Alayhissalam)]

“..I only complain of my suffering and my grief to ALLAH..” [Quran, 12:86] “..’inna-maa ashku baththii wa huznii ‘ilaa ‘ALLAH..”


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“Our Lord, remove from us the torment; indeed, we are believers.” [Quran, 44:12]

“Rabbnaa ikshif annaa al azaab ‘in_naa mu’minuun”


 “ALLAH (Alone) is Sufficient for us, and He is the Best Disposer of affairs (for us).”

[Sahih al-Bukhari Vol 6. hadith No. 86; see also Qur’an sura Al-`Imraan (3) verse 173.]

“Hasbunaa ALLAHU wa ni’mal_wakeel”



The calligraphy of the Dua of Yunus (Alayhissalam) from above

La ilaha illa Anta… from Verse from the Holy Quran in Surah, AL-Anbeya’a, verse 87.

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Wazifa to Cure Asthma Disease

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Bismillah hirRahmaan nirRaheem

With The Name of ALLAH, The Beneficent and The Merciful

SallALLAHO A’la Muh’ammad SallALLAHO Alayhe Wasallam

In this winter so many people might be facing a most common chronic lung disease known as ‘Asthma’ (AZ-ma). It may be caused to due allergies like dust or due to extreme cold weather.

What is ‘Asthma’?

It inflames and narrows the airways. Asthma causes recurring periods of wheezing (a whistling sound when you breathe), chest tightness, shortness of breath, and coughing. The coughing often occurs at night or early in the morning.

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Figure A shows the location of the lungs and airways in the body. Figure B shows a cross-section of a normal airway. Figure C shows a cross-section of an airway during asthma symptoms.

Sometimes asthma symptoms are mild and go away on their own or after minimal treatment with asthma medicine. Other times, symptoms continue to get worse.

When symptoms get more intense and/or more symptoms occur, you’re having an asthma attack. Asthma attacks also are called flareups or exacerbations (eg-zas-er-BA-shuns).

Treating symptoms when you first notice them is important. This will help prevent the symptoms from worsening and causing a severe asthma attack. Severe asthma attacks may require emergency care, and they can be fatal.



Generally, ‘Asthma’ has no cure. Quran-e-Kareem can cure ‘Asthma’ insha ALLAH.

Even when you feel fine, you still have the disease and it can flare up at any time.

However, with today’s knowledge and treatments, most people who have asthma are able to manage the disease. They have few, if any, symptoms. They can live normal, active lives and sleep through the night without interruption from ‘Asthma’.

If you have ‘Asthma’, you can take an active role in managing the disease. For successful, thorough, and ongoing treatment, build strong partnerships with your doctor and other health care providers.

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Wazifa to Cure Asthma

In Urdu:

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In English:

Recite ‘Bismillaah hirRahmaan nirRaheem’ first,

  1. Take 5 figs (washed with water);
  2. Boil them in sufficient drinking water;
  3. Let the entire water vapors during boiling and only one cup of water left;
  4. Eat those boiled figs then and drink the cup water that has been left;
  5. Repeat the same process at least for 10-15 days;

Insha ALLAH it will remove cough and ‘Asthma’, Ameen


वज़ीफ़ा हिन्दी में

  1. सबसे पहले ‘बिसमिल्लाह हिर्रहमान निर्ररहीम’   पढ़िए|
  2. 5 अंजीर लीजिए पानी से धुली हुई|
  3. अंदाज़ से पीने का पानी ले लीजिए और उसमे उन्हे उबाल लीजिए|
  4. इतना उबलिए के जब एक चाय के कप के बराबर पानी रह जाए|
  5. उन अंजीर को खा लीजिए और जो एक कप पानी जो बचा हुआ है उसे पी जाईए|
  6. ऐसे ही रोज़ाना 10 से 15 रोज़ तक कीजिए|

इंशा अल्लाह अज़्ज़वजल मरीज़ का बलगम और दमा की बीमारी जाती रहेगी|

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Another lovely comment by a brother..

Assalamwalekum.. Bhaijaan.
Whoever you are… You are most beautiful person for Allah
Because of you, thousands of people’s recite the above dua
May Allah apki Umar Daraaz Aata farmay and may u post this type of duas more and more. And achieve more and more sawaab.
Insha Allah
Jumma Mubarak.
Please open an community in Facebook so that you can achieve more sawab… Ameen.
Allah hafiz.



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Secrets Behind ArRahmaan ArRaheem

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With The Name of ALLAH, The Beneficent, and The Merciful


Translation of the Two Lovely Names

These are two descriptions of ALLAH, and two of the Names from amongst His Beautiful Names and are derived nouns and both come the same verb رحم

Both have been mentioned in the Quran many times. Interestingly RAHMAAN has been mentioned 57 times and RAHEEM 114 times [114 is double of 57], we will appreciate the difference in number when we come to know the difference in meaning between RAHMAAN and RAHEEM. The common translation is the most merciful the most beneficent. I ask you when was the last time you used the word beneficent in a sentence?

The purpose of translation is so you and I can understand what we are reading and a translation should be with words you actually understand, use and can relate to. If you translate with words you cannot relate to then it defeats the purpose of translating.

Both of these words have the same root word RAHMA in there origin.

RAHMAAN, RAHEEM, RAHMA is usually translated as ‘mercy’ but there is a slight problem with this translation (As we shall see). But as long as we understand the concept of what RAHMA is, then inshaa ALLAH there is no problem in translating it as ‘MERCY’ (so long as we understand the concept).

The word RAHMAAN and RAHEEM comes from the word RAHAM. RAHAM in the Arabic language (does not mean mercy, it) is; the womb of the woman when she is pregnant.

In a HADITH QUDSI it is reported that the Messenger of ALLAH صلى الله عليه وسلم said that ALLAH said:

 أَنَا الرَّحْمنُ خَلَقْتُ الرَّحِمَ وَشَقَقْتُ لَهَا اسْمًا مِنِ اسْمِي، فَمَنْ وَصَلَهَا وَصَلْتُهُ وَمَنْ قَطَعَها قَطَعْتُهُ

‘I Am Ar-Rahman. I created the RAHAM (womb) and derived a name for it from My Name. Hence, whoever keeps it (family ties), I will keep ties to him, and whoever severs it, I will sever ties with him.’.


Why did ALLAH take the word RAHAM (womb) and derive from it His name? We can say because a mother’s womb beautifully exemplifies the concept of RAHMA. A mother’s womb is a source of protection, it a place where one grows and develops and is nurtured in an unparalleled way.

The child inside the RAHAM is taken care of, in every single way. There is an interesting relationship between the mother and the child. Does the child know the mother? No. Does the child love the mother? No. But does the mother already love the child? Yes. Is the mother already looking after the child? Yes. In every way the entire world of the child is taken care of by the mother but the child has no idea no clue that he is loved so much, that the mother is willing to do so much for this child and protect it from every danger and harm.

Normally when a person protects themselves they will protect their face or body 1st etc but a mother before she protects herself she will protect her stomach out of concern for the child. She will be extra careful when she walks into a narrow space etc

(And to ALLAH belongs the Highest similitude) from this understand we can come to begin to understand the concept of RAHMA and it from this word we get RAHMAAN AND RAHEEM.

RAHMA is usually translated as mercy. Mercy however in English is used when you spare someone. Like if it is said, ‘I was going to punish you up but I turned the other cheek’ meaning you was expecting punishment but when I decided not to punish you I was merciful towards you.

A police officer stops you on the motorway for speeding, you expect a speeding ticket but he shows you mercy by not giving you a ticket etc So in the English language when we use the word mercy we are thinking about punishment and then the punishment went away and then we think about mercy. But the word RAHMA has nothing to do with punishment, the thought shouldn’t even cross our mind. It has everything to do with complete care and protection.

Inshaa ALLAH as we have mentioned there is no harm in translating RAHMA as ‘Mercy’ as long as we bear in mind what we have mentioned (1. It is derived from the word the RAHAM womb and 2. It has nothing to do with punishment)

Someone who shows you RAHMA has compassion towards you, someone who wants to be soft and easy with you and make things delicate for you, they understand that you need to be handled with care.

So ALLAH is Ar-RAHMAAN He is saying He cares for you He understands that you are very delicate and that you must be handled with care and He will take care of every matter that you have. Hes not going to abandon you or leave you.

Notice His name is not AR-RAAHIM (the One who shows mercy) But rather His Nobel Name is AR-RAHMAAN. This in Arabic language RAH’MAAN is on the form of FA’AAL indicating something that is excessive and extremely in that particular action.

Example If you say you are thirsty you are AATISH but if you say عطشان ATSHAAN this means you are dieing of thirst, you couldn’t be any more thirsty.

If you are angry you say you are غاضب GAADIB but if you are full of anger you say your are GAD’BAAN meanings you couldn’t be anymore angrier.

ALLAH is AR-RAH’MAAN His mercy is at its peak, the unlimited form, it is extreme, beyond imagination. He is FULL of RAHMA.

People complain and get depressed and say ‘O ALLAH doesn’t care about me! Why do I have all these problems? etc’ They utter such ignorant statements because they haven’t thought about Ar-RAHMAAN enough (the meaning). You don’t want have to wait for His RAHMA its all ready here.

قَالَ عَذَابِي أُصِيبُ بِهِ مَنْ أَشَاءُ ۖ وَرَحْمَتِي وَسِعَتْ كُلَّ شَيْءٍ

[ ALLAH ] said, “My punishment – I afflict with it whom I will, but My mercy encompasses all things.” A’raf:156


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Differences between Ra’fa & Rahma

There is another type of mercy which is called RA’FA usually translated as compassion and from this word we get the name of ALLAH, AR-RA’OOF, usually translated, The Most Compassionate. So whats the difference between RAHMA AND RA’FA?

RA’FA; Is an act compassion/mercy/kindness that people can recognize as such. It is associated with [everyone recognizes a person’s compassion because it is usually]  gentleness and kindness without any harm or dislike. Example if I invite you to my house let you sit on my comfy couch put the heating on give you nice food etc I have shown you RA’FA there is no harm/pain or dislike/discomfort that comes with my ‘RAHMA’

RAHMA; has aspects of RA’FA i.e kindness/compassion but it is possible sometimes a person is merciful to someone but the person who is receiving that mercy might not recognize it as mercy.

Example your child is seriously ill so you take your child to the doctor. Your child needs an injection this will momentarily harm your child which will leave your child in discomfort and possible pain. Are you doing this to to punish the child? This momentary harm is very beneficial to the child so your are showing mercy to your child but will your child see it as an act of mercy towards them? So you are showing RAHMA to your child not RA’FA

Another example of this is when a parent disciplines their child. Do parents discipline their child to punish them? Or is it really an act of mercy? It is an act of mercy because they want that child to be an upright individual and thus be nurtured in a correct way.

It could be argued that if the parents where to be constantly showing RA’FA towards their children there would be absolute chaos. The child falls ill but because the child doesn’t want to talk medication the parents don’t give it to them thus the child is harmed even further. The child is misbehaving but because the parents don’t want anything but RA’FA towards the child they say and do nothing thus the child grows up with no manners etc So there is a time and place for RA’FA and there is a time and place for RAHMA.

When you understand this point you understand the confusion of some who say ‘If Islam is a religion of mercy why does it cut the hand of the thief or kill the murderer?’ They are confusing RA’FA with RAHMA i.e it may not be seen as an act of mercy towards the criminal and the society but in fact it is. The criminal is spared the punishment of his act in the Hereafter and a  mercy towards the society as it acts a powerful deterrent to all other would-be thieves.

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