Originally posted by hukshila
Originally posted by islam.28
Jezak-ilah for the answer, i have quoted on the first page about this supplication too, that's in green color. about the first prayer you have quoted is having bit more addition than hadith, that's y i do quote the 2nd one with the pic as there is no addition in it. Originally posted by sweetly_sour
, Jazak Allah Khair,
May Allah reward you with the best
I've a question, as you said, no prayer or supplication is needed for the intention of Roza??
I'm talking about dua recited before opening the fast , or the one for the neeyath of Roza
Kindly please enlighten meJezak-ilah o khair for the prayer, i wish the same for you.
my dear i have already quoted Dua/supplication for breaking in my main post, you might have over looked or didn't notice of it on first page
as salaam alaikum,
there are two issues here:
1. dua for keeping fast (roza): there is no dua, only intention in heart before Fajr Azaan that u are keeping fast.
2. dua for opening fast (iftari during maghrib) : there are authentic duas which are as follows:Allahumma inni laka sumtu wa bika aamantu wa alayka tawakkaltu wa ala rizq-ika-aftartu
O Allah! i fasted for You and i believe in You and i put my trust in You and i break my fast with Your sustenance. zahaba al-zama' wa abtallat al-'urooq wa sabata al-ajr in sha
(Thirst is gone, the veins are moistened and the reward is
certain if Allaah wills)."
hope its clear now
Jazak Allah, Thank you for replying, I follow this dua before breaking of fast
Allahumma inni laka sumtu wa bika aamantu wa alayka tawakkaltu wa ala rizq-ika-aftartu
O Allah! i fasted for You and i believe in You and i put my trust in You and i break my fast with Your sustenance.
"Nawaitu an asuma ghadallillah ta'la min saumi ramazan"
There would be no harm if we recite this dua for the neeyat of roza, although there is no compulsion.