Dua For Jannah

Dua For Jannah In Arabic-1

رَبَّنَا اصْرِفْ عَنَّا عَذَابَ جَهَنَّمَ ۖ إِنَّ عَذَابَهَا كَانَ غَرَامًا
إِنَّهَا سَاءَتْ مُسْتَقَرًّا وَمُقَامًا


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Dua For Jannah In English Transcription-1

Rabbanas-rif ‘anna ‘adhaba jahannama inna ‘adhabaha kana gharama
innaha sa’at musta-qarranw wa muqama

Dua For Jannah In English -1

Our Lord! Avert from us the Wrath of Hell, for its Wrath is indeed an affliction grievous,- Evil indeed is it as an abode, and as a place to rest in.

Surah Al-Furqan – 25:65-66

Dua For Jannah In Arabic-2

رَبَّنَا وَأَدْخِلْهُمْ جَنَّاتِ عَدْنٍ الَّتِي وَعَدتَّهُمْ وَمَن صَلَحَ مِنْ آبَائِهِمْ وَأَزْوَاجِهِمْ وَذُرِّيَّاتِهِمْ ۚ إِنَّكَ أَنتَ الْعَزِيزُ الْحَكِيمُ وَقِهِمُ السَّيِّئَاتِ ۚ وَمَن تَقِ السَّيِّئَاتِ يَوْمَئِذٍ فَقَدْ رَحِمْتَهُ ۚ وَذَٰلِكَ هُوَ الْفَوْزُ الْعَظِيمُ

Dua For Jannah In English Transcription-2

Rabbana wa adhkhilhum Jannati ‘adninil-lati wa’attahum wa man salaha min aba’ihim wa azwajihim wa dhuriyyatihim innaka antal ‘Azizul-Hakim, waqihimus sayyi’at wa man taqis-sayyi’ati yawma’idhin faqad rahimatahu wa dhalika huwal fawzul-‘Adheem

Dua For Jannah In English-2

Our Lord! And make them enter the ‘Adn (Eden) Paradise (everlasting Gardens) which you have promised them, and to the righteous among their fathers, their wives, and their offspring! Verily, You are the All-Mighty, the All-Wise. And save them from (the punishment, because of what they did of) the sins, and whomsoever You save from (the punishment, because of what they did of) the sins (i.e. excuse them) that Day, him verily, You have taken into mercy.” And that is the supreme success.
“Surah Ghafir – 40:8-9

Your Dream Home: A Description of Paradise:

Our human nature acts on pain and pleasure. All we do is either to avoid some kind of pain or to reach a pleasure. Knowing this, God encouraged humans to make the right decisions with the promise that we would be rewarded for them. Throughout the Qur’an, there is a complete balance between the mention of heaven and hell. Whenever one is mentioned, the other is mentioned next. This article will provide a description of the paradise as it is in the Qur’an and statements of the Prophet peace be upon him.


The unveiling of paradise:

When a new product is about to be revealed, a hype usually accompanies it. People talk about it, imagine what it could be and speculate on all its potential characteristics. However, once this is revealed, people are often disappointed and their initial hype and enthusiasm disappears. They move on to the next thing seeking to find that happiness. The paradise is full of surprises, but the surprises of paradise do not disappoint, because the one who makes the gift and reveals its pleasures is none other than God himself.

The Prophet Muhammad peace be upon him said: Allah said: I have prepared for My righteous servants what no eye has seen, what no ear has heard and what no heart has conceived (Tirmidhi). The Qur’an also says that no one knows what is hidden for him as a delight in the eyes as a reward for what she did (Qur’an 32:17). The pleasures of paradise are so great and so pure that no heart or mind has thought of it. The billions of humans who walked on this earth each had an imagination, wishes, creativity and a desire. However, there is not one person who has simply imagined something similar to what is in heaven. There are things that the eye and the ear have never seen.

Think about it, if someone was blind, there is no way to accurately describe the color. They simply have nothing to compare. In the same way, there are things in paradise that we have not yet experienced and on which we have no reference. They can be colors, sounds, food, houses, entertainment or anything else. Therefore, although the Qur’an is filled with descriptions of paradise, the Prophet peace be upon him, noting that what we do not know about paradise is much greater than what we know: It does not matter what God you said; what he did not tell you is even bigger (Muslim).

Although the Qur’an attempts to describe paradise, the reality is that it exceeds imagination. All descriptions are simply meant to give an idea of ​​what this might look like. The Qur’an describes paradise as the opposite of this world. The nature of paradise is that it is completely different from this world in terms of pleasure, length and purpose. And if you looked around you would see an “indescribable” bliss and a vast kingdom (Quran 76:20). The prophet peace be upon him was asked about the buildings of paradise and he said: bricks of gold and silver, scented musk mortar, pebbles of pearls and sapphires and saffron earth. He who enters it is filled with joy and will never feel miserable; he will live there forever and never die; their clothes will never wear out and their youth will never fade. (Tirmidhi).

Painless pleasure in paradise

The pleasures of this world are always accompanied by a kind of pain or discomfort. For example, if you want to go on vacation, there is the discomfort of traveling, the pain of spending money, but also the pain you feel when you return to everyday life. If you want to eat, there is the pain and discomfort of digesting it. The wine of this world generates both pleasure and pain. However, the Quran describes its pleasures as being free of all evil and pain. For example, the wine of paradise contains only the pleasure and removes the pain related to the headache and intoxication associated with the wine of this world:

There will be among them a cup [of wine] of a flowing spring. White and delicious for the drinkers. There is no evil effect, and they will not be drunk (Quran 37: 45-47).

Crystalline white, delicious for those who drink it, free of drunkenness, and will not suffer (Koran 37: 46-47)

In addition, the drinks of paradise never go bad and do not become unpleasant and the spouses of paradise are pure, without appearance, smell or deplorable behavior:
The description of the Paradise promised to the righteous is that it contains rivers of fresh water, rivers of milk that never change taste, rivers of delicious wine to drink and rivers of pure honey. There, they will also have all kinds of fruits and the forgiveness of their Lord. “Can they be like those who will stay in the fire forever, abandoned to drink boiling water that will tear them inside? (Quran 47:15)

Give good news to those who believe and do good that they will have gardens under which rivers flow. Each time they have fruit, they will say, “This is what we have received before,” because they will be served fruits that look like “but have a different taste.” They will have pure spouses and they will be there forever (Koran 2:25).

The Prophet was asked that peace be upon him how people relieve themselves in the afterlife. He replied: They relieve themselves by sweating through their skin. Its scent will be that of musk and all the stomachs will become lean (Ibn Hibban).

In heaven, there is no sleep. Sleep and fatigue are pains of this world:

In this world, even if you are on vacation or in a beautiful environment, it could be spoiled by physical fatigue, sadness or stress of the mind. People in paradise will never be tired or stressed. The Prophet peace be upon him said: Sleep is the brother of death; the people of paradise will not sleep (Silsilat al-Hadith as-Saheehah) Describing Paradise, the Qur’an says:

And they will say, “Praise be to Allah, who has kept away from us all the causes of sorrow.” Our Lord is truly forgiving, very grateful. Whoever has settled us in the house of duration out of his generosity. He does not touch us in fatigue, he does not touch us fatigue [of spirit] (Koran 35: 34-35).

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