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    new_new Dua-e-Ashurah - An insurance for a year’s Life

    Dua-e-Ashurah - An insurance for a year’s Life


    Hazrat Imam Zainul Abidain (Radi Allah Anhu) reports that who ever recites this dua( Dua-e- Ashurah) on the tenth of Muharram, any time after sunrise and before sunset, or listens to its recitation from someone else, Allah (SWT) will certainly make it an insurance for a years’ life for him, by keeping death away from him. However, if one is to become the victim of death in that year, they will by some strange coincidence not remember to recite it.


    Nafl Salat for the Eve of Ashurah

    On the eve of Ashurah offer 4 rakats Nafl Salat as follows: In every rakat after Surah Fateha recite "Ayetul Kursi" once and Surah Ikhlas 3 times. After completing this Namaz recite Surah Ikhlas 100 times. Allah (SWT) will purify such a person of all their sins and grant them endless bounties and blessings in paradise.


    The Fast of Ashurah








    muharram fasting - Dua-e-Ashurah - An insurance for a year’s Life



    On the 9th and 10th of Muharram, one should fast. If it is not possible to fast on both days, then every effort should be made to fast on the 10th day of Muharram, as there is great reward for this fast. (Muslim Shareef).

    The following are some of the desirable acts one should do on the day of Ashurah:

    1. To observe fast on this day.
    2. To give as much charity as you can afford.
    3. To perform Nafl Salat prayers.
    4. To recite Surah Ikhlas 1000 times.
    5. To visit and be in the company of pious Ulema.
    6. To place a hand of affection on an orphan’s head.
    7. To give generously to one’s relatives.
    8. To put surma in one’s eyes.
    9. To take a bath.
    10. To cut one’s nails.
    11. To visit the sick.
    12. To establish friendly ties with one’s enemies.
    13. To recite Dua-e- Ashurah


    14. To visit the shrines of Awliyas and the graves of Muslims.


    Hazrat Abdullah bin Masood (Radi Allah Anhu), a Companion of the Holy Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) reports the following saying of the Messenger of Allah (SWT),


    "Whosoever prepares ample food and drink for his family on this sacred day and delights in feeding them generously, Allah (SWT) will increase His provisions for that year and place much blessings and good therein."

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    Very Nice...... Subhan Allah


 

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