Dua for Travelling in Quran
سُبْحَانَ الَّذِي سَخَّرَ لَنَا هَذَا وَمَا كُنَّا لَهُ مُقْرِنِينَ وَإِنَّا إِلَى رَبِّنَا لَمُنْقَلِبُونَ.
Subhana-alladhi sakh-khara la-na hadha wa ma kunna la-hu muqrinin. Wa inna ila Rabbi-na la munqalibun.
Glory unto Him Who created this transportation, for us, though we were unable to create it on our own. And unto our Lord, we shall return.
Surah Az-Zukhruf 43:13-14
Dua for Travelling in Arabic and English
رَّبِّ اَدْخِلْنِيْ مُدْخَلَ صِدْقٍ وَّاَخْرِجْنِيْ مُخْــرَجَ صِدْقٍ وَّاجْعَلْ لِّيْ مِنْ لَّدُنْكَ سُلْطٰنًا نَّصِيْرًا
Rabbi Adkhilnee Mudkhala S’idqiw Wa Akhrijnee Mukhraja S’diqiw Waj-a’l Lee Mil Ladunkaa Sult’aanan Nas’eeraa
My Lord! Let my entry (to the city of Al-Madinah) be good, and likewise, my exit (from the city of Makkah) be good. And grant me from You an authority to help me (or a firm sign or a proof).
Surah Al-Israa 17:80
Travellers Dua Accepted
Abu Hurairah narrated that the Messenger of Allah said: “Three supplications are accepted, there is no doubt in them (about them being accepted): The supplication of the oppressed, the supplication of the traveler, and the supplication of his father against his son.”
Dua when Starting a Journey on a Plane, Car, or Any Mode of Transport
Importance of Dua for Travell
In the Sunnah, there are several Adhkaar that it is mustahabb for the one who wants to travel to say. It was reported by ‘Abd-Allaah ibn’ Umar (may Allah be pleased with him) that when the Apostle of Allah (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) went up on his camel to go on a journey say takbeer three He then said, “Subhaan allathi sakhkhara lana hadha wa ma kunna lahu muqrineen wa inna ila rabbi the munqaliboon. Allaahumma inna nas’aluka fi safarina haadha al-birra wa’l-taqwa wa min al-‘aml ma tarda, Allaahumma hawwin alayna safarana haadha watwi ‘anna bu’dahu. Allaahumma anta al-Saahib fi’l-safar wa’l-Khaleefah fi’l-ahl. Allaahumma inni a’oodhu bika min wa’tha ‘al-safar wa ka’aabat al-manzar wa su’ al-munqalib fi’l-maali wa’l-ahl (Glory to him who placed it (transport) in our service and ourselves would not have been able to do so, and to our Lord is our ultimate destiny O Allah, we ask you for righteousness and piety in our journey, and we ask you for acts that please you. facilitate our journey and let us cover his distance quickly O Allah, you are the companion of the journey and the Successor (the one who keeps them in case of absence) on the family O Allah, I seek refuge from you the difficulties travel, change of heart and bad situation, and I seek a refuge from You for an unfortunate result with regard to wealth and family). “And when he comes back, he would say the same words, with the following addition:” Aayiboona taa’iboona ‘aabidoona li rabbina haamidoon (return, repentance, farewell and praising our Lord).
Narrated by Muslim (1342).
Dua For Travelling Salafi
The expression “wa ma kunna lahu muqrineen (and we ourselves would not be able to do so)” means: we would not have been able to control it and use it, if Allah had not put it to our service “Difficulties of travel” means difficulties, “Change of heart” means changes caused by grief and similar events: “unfortunate outcome” means on the return See Sharh al-Nawawi, ala Muslim (9/111) We do not know if there is a specific dua in the Sunnah to protect a traveler until he returns safe and sound to his family, but if the traveler recites the Adhkaar regularly morning and evening and asks to Allah to protect him rings and says the dua ‘to travel which is quoted above, then we hope that Allah will answer his prayer and protect him and bring him back safely to his family, unless Allah wills in his wisdom to test His slave, in which case nothing can deliver the decree of Allah.
Dua For Travelling Abroad
What he should remember when he wants to leave his home – to travel or for other purposes – and that he hopes that Allah will protect him, is the reported story of Anas ibn Maalik (may Allah be pleased with him) from him), according to which the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said: “Whoever says – that is to say, when he leaves his house – Bismillaah, tawakkaltu ‘ala Allah, wa laa hawla wa laa quwwata illa Billaah (In the name of Allah, I trust Allah, there is neither power nor strength except with Allah) “, he will be told: you are caught in charge, you are protected and guided, the demons will move away from you him, and a devil says: What can you do with a man who has been guided, cared for and protected?
Reported by Abu Dawood (5095) and Al-Tirmidhi (3462); classified as Saheeh by al-Albaani in Sahih Abi Dawood.
In Awn al-Ma’bood (13/297), it is written: “So, it is said”, it is an angel who cried to him: O slave of Allah. “You have been guided”, that is, “on the way to the truth”, “you have been cared for” means that your worries are taken care of.