What is Dua For Taraweeh & How to pray

What is Taraweeh Dua - Dua For Taraweeh

During Ramadan, Taraweeh prayers hold a special place for Muslims. These prayers consist of recitations from the Holy Quran and involve 20 rakats, each comprising of 2 units. In between these rakats, Muslims offer a supplication known as the Taraweeh Dua, also called Namaz e Taraweeh Ki Dua in Urdu. Taraweeh serves as a significant spiritual practice during Ramazan, allowing Muslims to engage deeply with the Quran. After every 2 rakats of Taraweeh, believers offer the heartfelt Dua for Taraweeh, seeking blessings and guidance from Allah.

Taraweeh prayer is highly recommended for both men during Ramadan. It’s performed after the Isha prayer until just before Fajr. If you miss praying Isha in congregation, you should perform it individually before joining the Taraweeh congregation. Taraweeh consists of 20 rakats, each done in sets of two. Don’t forget to recite the dua for Taraweeh after every four rakats, seeking blessings and guidance during this special time of worship.

Dua for Taraweeh in English

Subhanal Malikil Quddus;
Subhana dhil Mulki wal Malakuti;
Subhana dhil izzati wal aDhmati wal haybati wal Qudrati;
wal kibriyaa’i wal jabaroot;
Subhanal Malikil hayyil ladhi, la yunaamu wa layamutu;
Subbuhun, Quddusun, Rabbuna Rabbul malaa’ikati war-rooh;
Allahumma Ajirnee Minan Naar;
Ya Mujeero, Ya Mujeero, Ya Mujeer.

A Guide for Ramadan

During Ramadan, Taraweeh prayer becomes a pivotal part of Muslim worship, offering a pathway to deeper spirituality. Here’s a simple guide on how to perform Taraweeh:

Start with Isha Salah: Before Taraweeh, ensure you’ve completed the obligatory Isha prayer.

Choose Your Setting: Taraweeh can be performed at the mosque or at home, either individually or in congregation.

Recite the Quran: In Taraweeh, Muslims recite portions of the Quran, aiming to finish it by Ramadan’s end.

Follow the Rakats: Taraweeh comprises 20 rakats, each involving various physical postures like standing, bowing, prostrating, and sitting.

Pause for Reflection: After every four rakats, take a moment for reflection and offer the dua for Taraweeh. This supplication, also known as the dua of Taraweeh or dua Taraweh, allows for seeking Allah’s guidance, forgiveness, and blessings.

Narrated Abu Huraira:

The Holy Prophet said, “Whoever fasted the month of Ramadan out of sincere Faith (i.e. belief) and hoping for a reward from Allah, then all his past sins will be forgiven, and whoever stood for the prayers in the night of Qadr out of sincere Faith and hoping for a reward from Allah, then all his previous sins will be forgiven .”

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