“Duaa Qunoot” (in Arabic: القنوت; also transliterated Qunoot) literally means “being obedient” or “the act of standing” in Classical Arabic. The word Dua is Arabic for supplication, so the longer phrase Dua Qunut is sometimes used.
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Al-Qunoot has many linguistic meanings, such as humility, obedience, and devotion. However, it is more understood to be a special dua which is recited during the prayer.
Dua e Qunoot Arabic
اَللَّهُمَّ إنا نَسْتَعِينُكَ وَنَسْتَغْفِرُكَ وَنُؤْمِنُ بِكَ وَنَتَوَكَّلُ عَلَيْكَ وَنُثْنِئْ عَلَيْكَ الخَيْرَ وَنَشْكُرُكَ وَلَا نَكْفُرُكَ وَنَخْلَعُ وَنَتْرُكُ مَنْ ئَّفْجُرُكَ اَللَّهُمَّ إِيَّاكَ نَعْبُدُ وَلَكَ نُصَلِّئ وَنَسْجُدُ وَإِلَيْكَ نَسْعأئ وَنَحْفِدُ وَنَرْجُو رَحْمَتَكَ وَنَخْشآئ عَذَابَكَ إِنَّ عَذَابَكَ بِالكُفَّارِ مُلْحَقٌ
Dua e Qunoot English
Allah humma inna nasta-eenoka wa nastaghfiruka wa nu’minu bika wa natawakkalu alaika wa nusni alaikal khair, wa nashkuruka wala nakfuruka wa nakhla-oo wa natruku mai yafjuruka, Allah humma iyyaka na’budu wa laka nusalli wa nasjud wa ilaika nas aaa wa nahfizu wa narju rahma taka wa nakhshaa azaabaka inna azaabaka bil kuffari mulhik
O, Allah! We implore You for help and beg forgiveness of You and believe in You and rely on You and extol You and we are thankful to You and are not ungrateful to You and we alienate and forsake those who disobey You.
O, Allah! You alone do we worship and for You do we pray and prostrate and we betake to please You and present ourselves for the service in Your cause and we hope for Your mercy and fear Your chastisement. Undoubtedly, Your torment is going to overtake infidels O Allah!
At-Tirmidhi: 464, Abu Dawud: 1425
Dua E Qunoot in English
Dua E Qunoot in hindi| दुआ क़ुनूत हिन्दी मे सीखो।
Qunoot Times and Benefits
Qunoot, according to the definition of fuqaha ‘, “is the name of a dua’ (supplication) offered during prayer at a specific moment while standing.” It is prescribed in Witr’s prayer after the rukoo ‘(prostrate), according to the most correct of the two learned opinions.
If a calamity (naazilah) strikes the Muslims, it is prescribed to say Du’aa ‘al-Qunoot after rising from rukoo’ during the last rak’ah of each of the five daily obligatory prayers, until Allah relieves the Muslims of this fact. calamity.
(See Tashee al-Du’aa ‘by Sheikh Bakr Abu Zayd, 460).
With regard to the fact that Du’aa ‘al-Qunoot is constantly in the Fajr’s prayer, in all circumstances, there is no Sahraw report that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) chose Fajr for Qunoot, or that he always recited in the Fajr prayer. What is rather proven is that he (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said Du’aa ‘al-Qunoot during calamities with words appropriate to the situation. He said that Du’aa ‘al-Qunoot in Fajr and other prayers, praying against Ra’l, Dhakwaan and’ Usayyah for killing the Qur’an’s readers that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) ) had sent them to teach them their religion. And it has been proven that he prayed in Fajr prayer and other prayers for weak and oppressed believers, so that Allah may save them from their enemies. But he did not do it all the time. The khaleefahs correctly guided after him followed the same practice. It is preferable that the imam limit Qunoot to calamities, as the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him), because it has been proved that Abu Maalik al-Ash’ari had declared: “I said to my father, ‘O my father, you prayed behind the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) and behind Abu Bakr,’ Umar, ‘Uthmaan and’ Ali (may Allah have peace be upon him). please them). Do they usually say Du’aa ‘al-Qunoot in Fajr?’ He said, ‘O my son, this is a newly invented subject.’ (Narrated by the five, except for Abu Dawood, classified as sahh by al-Alani’an in al-Irwa ‘, 435) The best advice is that of Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him).
And Allah is the source of strength. May Allah bless and greet our Prophet Muhammad, his family, and his companions.
(al-Lajnah al-Daa’imah li’l-Buhooth al-‘Ilmiyyah wa’l-Iftaa ‘, 7/47)
If you ask, is there any specific wording for Qunoot during the Witr or Qunoot prayer during calamities?
The answer is as follows: For Du’aa ‘al-Qunoot in his prayer, a number of words were told, including the following:
1 – The version that the Apostle of Allah (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) taught al-Hasan ibn ‘Ali (may Allah be pleased with him), which is:
“Allaahumma ihdini feeman had been a final fighter” aafayta wa a fighter tawallani tawallayta wa baarik li feema a’tayta “‘aadayta, tabaarakta rabbana wa ta’alayta the munji minka illa ilayk
(O Allah, guide me among those whom you have guided, forgive me among those whom you have forgiven, turn in friendship with those in whom you have become friends, bless me for what you have granted me, and save me from the evil of what you have decreed, because in truth you decree and no one can influence you, and he is not humiliated with whom you have created bonds of friendship, nor is he Honored who your enemy is, Blessed are you, Lord, and Exalted, place of your safety except with you). “
(Reported by Abu Dawood, 1213, al-Nasaa’i, 1725, classified as sahhe by al-Albaani in al-Irwa ‘, 429).
According to Ali ibn Abi Taalib, the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said at the end of Witr:
“Allaahumma inni a’oodhu bi ridaaka min sakhatika wa bi mu’aafaatika min ‘uqoobatika wa a’oodhu bika minka, uhsi thana’an’ alayka anta kama athnayta ‘ala nafsika (O Allah, I seek refuge in your pleasure from your anger and forgiveness of your punishment, I can not praise you enough, you are as you praised yourself.
(Reported by al-Tirmidhi, 1727, classified as sapped by al-Albaani in al-Irwa ‘, 430, Sahee Abi Dawood, 1282).
Then he should send blessings on the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) because it has been reported that some Sahabah (may Allah be pleased with them) – including Ubayy ibn Ka’b and Mu ‘Aadh al-Ansaary (may Allah be pleased with them) did this at the end of Qunoot al-Witr.
(See Tashee al-Du’aa ‘by Sheikh Bakr Abu Zayd, 460).
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