Dua After Tashahhud

Dua After Tashahhud Arabic – 1

اللَّهُمَّ إِنِّي أَعُوذُ بِكَ مِنْ عَذَابِ الْقَبْرِ، وَأَعُوذُ بِكَ مِنْ فِتْنَةِ الْمَسِيحِ الدَّجَّالِ، وَأَعُوذُ بِكَ مِنْ فِتْنَةِ الْمَحْيَا وَالْمَمَاتِ. اللَّهُمَّ إِنِّي أَعُوذُ بِكَ مِنْ الْمَأْثَمِ وَالْمَغْرَمِ

 

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Dua After Tashahhud English Transcription – 1

Allaahumma ‘innee ‘a’oothu bika min ‘athaabil-qabri, wa ‘a’oothu bika min fitnatil-maseehid-dajjaali, wa ‘a’oothu bika min fitnatil-mahyaa walmamaati. Allaahumma ‘innee ‘a’oothu bika minal-ma’thami walmaghrami

Dua After Tashahhud English – 1

O Allah, I seek refuge in You from the punishment of the grave, and I seek refuge in You from the trial of the False Messiah, and I seek refuge in You from the trials of life and death. O Allah, I seek refuge in You from sin and from debt.
An-Nasa’i: 1310, Abu Dawud: 880

Dua After Tashahhud Arabic – 2

اللَّهُمَّ إِنِّي ظَلَمْتُ نَفْسِي ظُلْماً كَثِيراً، وَلَا يَغْفِرُ الذُّنُوبَ إِلَّا أَنْتَ، فَاغْفِرْ لِي مَغْفِرَةً مِنْ عِنْدِكَ وَارْحَمْنِي إِنَّكَ أَنْتَ الْغَفُورُ الرَّحِيمُ

Dua After Tashahhud English Transcription – 2

Allaahumma ‘innee dhalamtu nafsee dhulman katheeran, wa laa yaghfiruth-thunooba ‘illaa ‘Anta, faghfir lee maghfiratan min ‘indika warhamnee ‘innaka ‘Antal-Ghafoorur-Raheem

Dua After Tashahhud English -2

O Allah, I have greatly wronged myself and no one forgives sins but You. So, grant me forgiveness and have mercy on me. Surely, you are Forgiving, Merciful.
An-Nasa’i: 1303, Al-Bukhari: 834, 6326, 7387, 7388

Dua After Tashahhud Arabic -3

اللَّهُمَّ اغْفِرْ لِي مَا قَدَّمْتُ وَمَا أَخَّرْتُ، وَمَا أَسْرَرْتُ، وَمَا أَعْلَنْتُ، وَمَا أَسْرَفْتُ، وَمَا أَنْتَ أَعْلَمُ بِهِ مِنِّي. أَنْتَ الْمُقَدِّمُ، وَأَنْتَ الْمُؤَخِّرُ لَا إِلهَ إِلَاَّ أَنْتَ

Dua After Tashahhud English Transcription -3

Allaahum-maghfir lee maa qaddamtu, wa maa ‘akhkhartu, wa maa ‘asrartu, wa maa ‘a’lantu, wa maa ‘asraftu, wa maa ‘Anta ‘a’lamu bihi minnee. ‘Antal-Muqaddimu, wa ‘Antal-Mu’akhkhiru laa ‘ilaaha ‘illaa ‘Anta

Dua After Tashahhud English -3

O Allah, forgive me what I have sent before me and what I have left behind me, what I have concealed and what I have done openly, what I have done in excess , and what You are better aware of than I . You are the One Who sends forth and You are the One Who delays . There is none worthy of worship but You. Abu Dawud: 1509

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Tashahhud
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The Tashahhud (Arabic: تشهد), meaning the witness of faith, also called Attahiyat) is the part of Muslim prayer where the praying person rests on the ground facing the qibla, glorifies God and salutes the messenger and the righteous people of God followed of the two testimonies. The recitation is followed by an invocation of blessings and peace on the prophet called Salawat or Darood.

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contents
1 origins
2 Sunni tradition
2.1 Hanafi and Hanbali
2.2 Maliki
2.3 Shafii
3 Shiite tradition
3.1 Jafari
3.2 Zaidi
4 Quranism
5 references
6 External links
origin
There is a Hadith, considered authentic, which says: [1]

Reported Ibn Mas`uud:

Ibn Mas’ud reportedly said that Allah’s Messenger (peace be upon him) had taught me the tashahhud by taking my hand in his hands, just as he had taught me the chapter of the Qur’an, and we read it after his death.

Sunni tradition
Hanafi and Hanbali
Sunni Muslims from Hanafite and Hanbalic schools of thought and Ibadi minority sect recite Tashahhud (attributed to Abdullah ibn Masud) as:

At-taḥiyyātu lillāhi, wa -ṣ-ṣalawātu wa -ṭ-ṭayyibātu. As-salāmu’alayka ayyuhā n-nabiyyu wa-raḥmatu llāhi wa-barakātuh. As-salāmu’alayna wa-‘alā’ibādi llāhi-ṣāliḥīn. Ašhadu an ilāha illā llāhu wa-ašhadu anna Muhamadan’abduhu wa-rasūluh.

التحيات لله والصلوات والطيبات, السلام عليك أيها النبي ورحمة الله وبركاته, السلام علينا و على عباد الله الصالحين, أشهد أن لا إله إلا الله, وأشهد أن محمدا عبده و رسوله [2]

This translates as: “Greetings to God, prayers and good deeds, peace be upon you, prophet, and God’s mercy and blessings, peace be upon us and the righteous servants of God. there is no God but Allah, and I testify that Muhammad is His servant and messenger. “

Maliki
A variant attributed to Umar (preferred by the Maliki school of thought) is the following:

At-taḥiyyātu li-llāh az-zakiyyātu li-llāh aṭ-ṭayyibātu – ṣalawātu li-llāh. As-salāmu’alayka’ayyuha-n-nabiyyu wa-raḥmat Allāhi wa-barakātuhu. As-salāmu’alayna wa’alā’ibād illāhi-ṣ-ṣalihīn. ‘Ash-hadu’an lā’ilāha illa llāhu wa-ash-hadu anna Muhamadan’abduhu wa-rasūluhu.

التحيات لله الزاكيات لله الطيبات الصلوات لله السلام عليك أيها النبي ورحمة الله وبركاته السلام علينا وعلى عباد الله الصالحين أشهد أن لا إله إلا الله وأشهد أن محمدا عبده ورسوله [3]

This translates as: “Blessed greetings, pure deeds, good words and prayers to God, peace be upon you, prophet, and God’s mercy and blessings, peace be upon us and the righteous servants of God. testify that there is no god but Allah and I testify that Muhammad is his servant and his messenger. “

Another variant, attributed to Ibn `Abbās, favorite of Sunni Muslims belonging to the Shafii school of thought, is as follows:

at-tāḥīyyātu-l-mubārakātu-ṣalawātu-ṭayyibātu li-llāh. as-salāmu’alayka’ayyuhā n-nabiyyu wa-raḥmat allāhi wa-barakātuhu. as-salāmu’alayna wa’ala’ibādi llāhi-ḥāliḥīn. ‘Ashhadu’an lā’ilāha illa llāhu wa-‘ashhadu anna muḥammadan rasūlu -llāh.

التحيات المباركات الصلوات الطيبات لله, السلام عليك أيها النبي ورحمة الله وبركاته, السلام علينا, وعلى عباد الله الصالحين, أشهد أن لا إله إلا الله, وأشهد أن محمدا رسول الله [4]

This translates as: “Blessings, prayers, good deeds to God, peace be upon you, prophet, and God’s mercy and blessings, peace be upon us and the righteous servants of God.” I testify that there is no god but God, and I testify that Muhammad is his messenger. “

Shiite tradition

President Mohammad Khatami, who is a Shiite cleric, goes to Tashahhud during a Salat.
Jafari
The Imami Shiites of Ja’fari School recite the Tashahhud as follows:

‘Ashhadu’an there ilāha illā -llāh waẖdahu lā’ārīka lahu wa -‘ashhadu anna muḥhammadan abduhu wa-rasūluhu. allāhumma ṣalla’ala muḥammadin wa-‘āl muḥammad. [5]

أشهد أن لا له للا الله وحده لا شريك له, وأشهد أن محمدا عبده ورسوله. اللهم صلى على محمد وآل محمد

This translates as: “I testify that there is no god but God the One and no partner to Him, and I testify that Muhammad is his servant and his prophet.” God gives blessings to Muhammad and the family of Muhammad. ” 6]

Tashahhud is followed by Taslim.

The bare minimum is to say “Assalamu Alaikum” (Peace be with you) السلام عليكم. It is strongly recommended, however, to add “Wa Rahmatul Lahi wa Barakatuh” (and the mercy and blessings of God) ورحمة الله وبركاته. [5]

It is however strongly recommended to recite

Assalmu Alaika Ayyuhan Nabiyu wa Rahmatul Lahi wa Barakatuh, Assalamu Alaina wa Ala Ibadil Lahis Saliheen Assalamu Alaikum wa Rahmatul Lahi wa Barakatuh [5]

السلام عليك أيها النبي ورحمة الله وبركاته السلام علينا وعلى عباد الله الصالحين السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته

This translates as: “May the peace, the mercy of the Almighty and his blessings be with you, oh prophet, may peace be with us, and may the good among the servants of Allah, may peace, mercy, and the blessings of the Almighty be with you. “

Zaidi
For the Zaidi, the middle Tashahhud after the second rak’ah is recited as follows:

Bismillahi wa Billahiwa alhamdulillahi wal-asmaul-husna kulluhā lillahi. Ashhadu year there ilāha ila Allāhu wahdahu lā sharīka lahu wa ashhadu anna Muhammadan abduhu wa rasūluhu [7]

After the last rak’ah, the Zaidi recite the Tashahhud in its complete formula:

Bismillahi wa Billahi wa alhamdulillahi wal-asmā`ul-husna kulluhā lillahi. [7] (Or also: At-tahiyyātu lillāhi is looking for travel items.) Rasāluhu Allāhumma salli ‘ala Muhammad wa āli Muhammad Wa bārik’ ala Muhammad wa āli Muhammad Ka mā salayta wa bārakta ‘ala Ibrāhīm wa’ ala ash Ibrāhīm Innaka Hamīdun Majīd

quranism
The Qur’an minority sect rejects the practice of Tashahhud as an innovation. [8]

References
“Hadith – Request for permission – Sahih al-Bukhari – Sunnah.com – Sayings and teachings of the Prophet Muhammad (صلى الله عليه و سلم)”. sunnah.com. Archived from the original on 2017-11-15. Accessed the 14/11/2017.
Bukhārī, Nos. 831, 835, 1202, 6230, 6265, 7381.
Muwaṭṭa ‘, review of Yaḥyā, no. 240; review of Abū Muṣab, no. 499; review of Suwayd al-Hadathānī, no. 161; Review of al-Shaybānī, No. 146.
Muslim, no 403.
“Dialogue on Prayer (1) – Simplified Jurisprudence – The Official Website of the Office of His Eminence Al-Sayyid Ali Al-Husseini Al-Sistani”. www.sistani.org. Archived from the original on 2016-04-24.

“Tashahhud and Salam”. Al-Islam.org. 2013-01-30. Extract 2019-05-22.
}} This aforementioned wording (“Bismillah wa Billahi …”) appears in the books of hadiths such as the Musnad of Imam Zayd (as), the Amaali of Ahmed bin Isa bin Zayd (as), Sharh at -Tajreed and others hadith books with complete chains of narrators. Its legitimacy and authenticity do not depend on the fact that Sunni narrators report it or not. If you browse the Sunni hadith books, you will find different formulations for the tashahhud. Regarding the Sunni reports that relate some of the Zaidi tashahhud’s words: The wording “Bimillah wa Billahi” under the authority of Jabir (ra) appears in Sunan an-Nisa`i and Al-Mustadrak. Imam Hakim authenticated the report. Another wording says: “Bismillahi wa khayr al-Asmaa”. This is reported by Umar to Al-Mustadrak and Al-Hakim says it’s authentic according to Muslim criteria. He also appears in the Sunan of al-Bayhaqi. There is also “Bismillah wa Billahi wa khayr al-Asmaa” narrated by Ibn Zubayr in Mu’jam al-Kabeer and al-Mu’jam al-Aswat of At-Tabaraani.
“True Islam – Salat Innovations”. True Islam – Salat Innovations. Archived from the original on 11/03/2017. Accessed the 14/11/2017. Recite a prayer (called “At-Tahiyaat” or “Tashahud”) during Salat to commemorate the prophets Muhammad and Abraham and their families and friends! The Quran commands believers to dedicate their Salat and all worship practices in the name of God alone (6: 162, 20:14). To praise or commemorate any other name during Salat immediately invalidates Salat and makes it a shirk act. Reciting a corrupt Shahada during Salat: God gave us the good Shahada (witness) in the Qur’an (3:18). The Qur’anic Shahada is the one pronounced by God himself, the angels and all those with knowledge. The corrupt innovation of adding Muhammad’s name to Shahada is once again an act of shirk. This corrupted Shahada is pronounced during Salat, while the Qur’anic Shahada should be recited instead.
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