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Roza Rakhne Ki Dua – Sehri Ki Dua

In this blog, we will discuss Roza rakhne ki dua in Arabic with transliteration and translation in Urdu, English, and Hindi.

Ramadan is the most sacred month for getting the true blessing of Allah. Anas(Allah be pleased with him) reported Allah’s Messenger as saying: do Suhoor because there is a blessing in doing Suhoor.

Roza Rakhne Ki Dua in Arabic, Urdu, and English with a mosque background

It is not obligatory to say dua at the time of Sehri to start Roza because our actions depend upon intentions. However, saying a dua may confirm the intentions and leave no doubt that you have fasted.

Roza Rakhne Ki Dua – Sehri Ki Dua

In a Hadith Rasool Allah(SAW) said when Ramadan comes, the gates of heaven are opened, the gates of hell are closed, and the devils are chained. So, never miss the chance to eliminate your sins by doing ibadat and good deeds in this Holy month of Ramadan.

When you do Roza rakhne ki niyat in your heart, your Roza starts. However, a dua that was famous among Muslims at the time of Sehri is also known as a dua for fasting or Roza rakhne ki dua.

Dua for Fasting in Arabic:

وَبِصَوْمِ غَدٍ نَّوَيْتُ مِنْ شَهْرِ رَمَضَانَ

Translation in English:

And I intend to fast tomorrow during the month of Ramadan.

Translation in Urdu:

اور میں نے رمضان کے مہینے میں کل روزہ رکھنے کا ارادہ کیا۔

Translation in Hindi:

और मैंने कल रमज़ान के महीने में रोज़ा रखने की योजना बनाई।

This dua is recited after the Suhoor meal when you start your fast before the Fajr Adhan.

FAQs About Suhoor and Ramadhan

Suhoor time is till we listen to Adhan e Fajr. In this context, a Hadith is:

Sahl bin Sa’d (Allah be pleased with him) said: When this verse revealed: Eat and drink till the white streak becomes distinct from the dark streak for you, the person who decided to observe fast tied on one of his feet black thread and on the other a white thread. And he went on eating and drinking till he could distinguish(between their color) on seeing them. After this, Allah revealed (the words): min-al Fajr. And they(the Muslims) learned that(the word khait) refers to the night and day. (Sahih Muslim Hadith# 2535)

Hazrat Abu Huraira(may Allah be pleased with him) narrated: ” The Prophet (SAW) said that dates are the best Suhoor of a believer”. (Sunan Abu Dawud Hadith# 2345)

Ibn e Abbas(Allah be pleased with him) reported: “Do not condemn one who observes fast or one who doesn’t follow (in a journey). The Messenger of Allah (SAW) observed fast in a journey, or He did not keep it(too). The above hadith says that a traveler can skip Roza, but he has to make up for those missed fasts”.

Hazrat Bareeda bin Haseeb (may Allah be pleased with him) narrated: A woman came to the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) and said, “O Messenger of Allah, my mother died, and she was responsible for fasting, should I fast on her behalf?” He said, “Yes.” (Sunan Ibn e Majah Hadith# 1759)

Yes, a fasting person can apply Surma. He can also clean his teeth with miswak. Applying Surma or using Miswak did not affect Roza.

A pregnant woman or nursing mother who is at risk of her baby’s life can skip the fast, but she will have to perform the fasts later. A sick, weak, or older person who does not have the strength to bear hunger and thirst can skip the Roza, but he will have to make a poor person break his fast. But a healthy person cannot skip Roza unless he is traveling.

Also Read: Iftar Ki Dua – Roza Kholne Ki Dua

Final Words

Roza is an act of worship whose reward only Allah gives and knows. However, if the fasting person stays away from every act, never lies, does not fight, or does not commit obscenity, then Allah will undoubtedly give great reward here and hereafter.   

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