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Iftar Ki Dua – Roza Kholne Ki Dua

In the most sacred month of Ramadan, Muslims can receive unlimited blessings from Allah. We endure hunger and thirst in roza from Sehr till Iftar for Allah. Iftar is the time to enjoy the food and water again and express gratitude to Allah Almighty with supplications. 

Iftar Ki Dua in Arabic, Urdu, and English with the background of mosque

Saying duas (supplications) at breaking fast is the best way to get Allah’s blessings and mercy. Keep reading if you want to know Iftar ki dua or roza kholne ki dua. 

Iftar Ki Dua – Roza Kholne Ki Dua

Abu Huraira (RA) narrates that the Holy Prophet (SAW) said: Supplication of three men is not rejected

1. The supplication of the fast observer when he breaks his fast

2. The supplication of a just ruler

3. The supplication of the oppressed soars higher than clouds, and the doors of the sky are opened for it, and the Lord says that time: I swear to my honor! I will surely help you out after a certain period.

We find two supplications for breaking fast. The first and most popular dua for breaking fast is:

Iftar ki Dua in Arabic:

Source: (Kitab-ud-Dua, Tabarani, Vol. 2, page# 1229)

Transliteration:

Allahumma inni laka sumtu wa bika aamantu wa alayka tawakkaltu wa ala rizq-ika-aftartu

Iftar Ki Dua in English:

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.

Iftar Ki Dua in Urdu:

اے اللہ!میں نے تیری خاطر روزہ رکھا اور تیرے اوپر ایمان لایا اور تجھ پر بھروسہ کیا اورتیرے رزق سے اسے کھول رہا ہوں۔

Roza Kholne Ki Dua in Hindi:

हे अल्लाह! मैंने तेरे लिए रोज़ा रखा और तुझ पर ईमान लाया और तुझ पर भरोसा किया और तेरी जीविका से इसे खोल रहा हूँ।

This dua is recited before the Iftar to break Roza. In this dua, we pray that we make fast for Allah and break the fast with the sustenance of Allah.

Related Hadith

Narrated Muadh ibn Zuhrah: The Prophet of Allah (SAW) used to say when he broke his fast:

اللهم لك صمت وعلى رزقك أفطرت (Sunan Abu Dawud Hadith# 2358 Status: Zaeef)

Dua After Iftar in arabic, urdu, and english with the background of mosque

Iftar Ki Dua According to Hadith ( Dua After Iftar – Iftar Ke Baad Ki Dua )

Narrated Abdullah ibn Umar: Marwan ibn Salim al-Muqaffa said: I saw Ibn Umar holding his beard with his hand and cutting what exceeded the handful of it. He (ibn Umar) said that the Prophet (SAW) said when He broke His fast:

ذَهَبَ الظَّمَأُ وَابْتَلَّتِ الْعُرُوقُ وَثَبَتَ الْأَجْرُ إِنْ شَاءَ اللَّهُ 

Zahaba-zamauu wabtallati-uroko wa sabatal ajru in sha Allahu

Thirst has gone, the arteries are moist, and the reward is sure if Allah wills.

پیاس بجھ گئی ‘ رگیں تر ہو گئیں اور اللہ نے چاہا تو اجر بھی ثابت ہو گیا ۔

प्यास बुझ गई, रगों में पानी आ गया और अल्लाह ने चाहा तो सवाब भी साबित हो गया।

(Source: Sunan Abu Dawud Hadith# 2357 Status: Sahih)

Iftar ki Dua at Someone’s Home
in Arabic, Urdu, and English with background of mosque

Iftar ki Dua at Someone’s Home 

In Islam, breaking someone’s fast has the same reward as fasting. The messenger of Allah (SAW) said: Whoever provides the food for a fasting person to break his fast with, then for him is the same reward as his (the fasting person’s) without anything being diminished from the reward of the fasting person. (Tirmizi Hadith#807)

We should also accept the invitation to break the fast by our Muslim brother as taught by Prophet Muhammad (SAW). So if you are breaking fast at your Muslim someone’s home, you must recite the following dua:

أَفْطَرَ عِنْدَكُمُ الصَّائِمُونَ وَأَكَلَ طَعَامَكُمُ الأَبْرَارُ وَصَلَّتْ عَلَيْكُمُ الْمَلاَئِكَةُ

“Aftara indakumu-saemuna wa-akala ta-amakumul abraru wasallat alaikumul malaikah”

“May fasting people break their fast with you, may the righteous eat your food, and may the angels send blessings upon you.”

. تمہارے ہاں روزہ دار روزے افطار کرتے رہیں ، تمھارا کھانا نیک لوگ کھائیں، اور فرشتے تمہارے لیے رحمت کی دعائیں کریں

Related Hadith

It was narrated that Abdullah bin Zubair said: The Messenger of Allah (SAW) broke his fast with Saad Bin Mu’adh and said:  أَفْطَرَ عِنْدَكُمُ الصَّائِمُونَ وَأَكَلَ طَعَامَكُمُ الأَبْرَارُ وَصَلَّتْ عَلَيْكُمُ الْمَلاَئِكَةُ 

(Source: Sunan Ibn e Majah Hadith# 1747)

What Should Break the Fast?

According to the Sunnah, we should break our fast with dates or water. Salman bin Amr narrated that the Messenger of Allah (SAW) said: “When any of you breaks his fast, let him break it with dates. If he cannot find dates, let him break it with water, for it is a means of purification”.

(Sunan Ibn e Majah Hadith#1699)

Which is the Best Dua e Maghfirat at the Time of Iftar?

Iftar is the time of acceptance of duas for the fasting person. So we should say duas of maghfirat as much as possible. The best dua e maghfirat at the time of Iftar according to Sunnah is:

اللَّهُمَّ إِنِّى أَسْأَلُكَ بِرَحْمَتِكَ الَّتِى وَسِعَتْ كُلَّ شَىْءٍ أَنْ تَغْفِرَلِى

Allahumma inni as-aluka birahmatikal-lati wasi-at kullu shai-in an taghfirali

O Allah! I ask You by Your all-pervading mercy to forgive me.

اے اللہ ! میں تجھ سے تیری اس رحمت کے واسطے سے سوال کرتا ہوں جس نے ہر چیز کو گھیر رکھا ہے کہ تو میری مغفرت فرما دے

What Should We Do If We Accidentally Eat or Drink During a Fast?

We can get the answer to this question from a Hadith:

It was narrated from Abu Huraira that the Messenger of Allah (SAW) said: Whoever eats out of forgetfulness while fasting, let him complete his fast, for it is Allah Who has fed him and given him to drink. (Sunan Ibn e Majah Hadith#1673)

What Should Be Avoided While Fasting?

To get the reward of fasting, we should do the following things:

Final Words

Roza is the best way to get Allah’s blessings. Saying dua for opening fast is also the best way to erase sins. You have learned Roza Iftar karne ki dua according to Sunnah. Now, it is up to you how you can utilize the precious moments of Iftar.


Also Read: Dua After Adhan – Azan Ke Baad Ki Dua


So, keep reading dua e Iftar, dua e maghfirat, and get rewards from Allah here and hereafter.

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