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5 Duas (Prayer) for Fasting

5 Duas (Prayer) for Fasting

by Riwaya

    In Islam, fasting is not merely an act of abstaining from food and drink during specific hours of the day, it's a profound spiritual journey that encompasses various aspects of devotion and worship. Central to this journey are the Duas, or prayers, recited by Muslims throughout the fasting period.

    In this blog post, we will explore the significance of dua for fasting, discuss the importance of fasting in Islam, and we will highlight five powerful duas commonly recited by Muslims when fasting.

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    1. Dua for intentions before fasting

    “وَبِصَوْمِ غَدٍ نَّوَيْتُ مِنْ شَهْرِ رَمَضَانَ"
    “With the intention to fast tomorrow, from the month of Ramadan."

    This Dua is recited to express one's intention to fast the following day during the month of Ramadan. It's a spiritual commitment, aligning oneself with the act of fasting, which not only involves abstaining from food and drink but also encompasses a deeper intention of spiritual growth and connection with Allah.

    2. Dua for breaking your fast

    “ذَهَبَ الظَّمَأُ، وَابْتَلَّتِ العُرُوقُ، وَثَبَتَ الأَجْرُ إِنْ شَاءَ اللَّهُ”
    “The thirst has gone, the veins are moistened and the reward is assured, if Allah wills.”

    This Dua is recited at the time of breaking the fast, expressing gratitude to Allah for alleviating thirst and rejuvenating the body's strength after a day of fasting. It acknowledges the physical relief and the spiritual reward promised by Allah for fasting.

    3. Dua for seeking help and guidance in fasting

    “اَللهمَّ أعنّي فيه على صيامه وقيامه، وجنّبني فيه من هفواته وآثامه، وارزقني فيه ذكرك بدوامه، بتوفيقك يا هادي المضلّين”
    “O Allah, assist me in fasting and standing for prayer, and keep me away from mistakes and sins, and bless me with the remembrance of You throughout it. By Your guidance, O Guide of those who are astray.”

    This Dua seeks Allah's help and guidance to observe fasting and night prayers, while also asking for protection from errors and sins. It's a supplication for spiritual strength and steadfastness throughout the fasting period, acknowledging one's reliance on Allah for success in observing the fast and avoiding wrongdoing.

    4. Dua for trusting and succeeding in fasting

    “اَللهمَّ اجعلني فيه من المتوكلين عليك، واجعلني فيه من الفائزين لديك، واجعلني فيه من المقرّبين إليك بإحسانك يا غاية الطالبين”
    “O Allah, make me among those who rely on You, and make me among those who succeed before You, and make me among those who are near to You with Your kindness, O Most Sought-after by those who seek.”

    This Dua expresses trust in Allah's support during fasting, seeking success and closeness to Him through His kindness. It's a plea to be among those who rely on Allah for guidance and success in their fasting endeavors, striving to draw nearer to Him through righteous deeds.

    5. Dua for staying focused while fasting

    “اَللهمَّ ارزقني فيه الذِّهن والتنبيه، وباعدني فيه من السفاهة والتمويه، واجعل لي نصيباً من كلِّ خيرٍ بِجودك يا أجود الأجودين”
    “O Allah, grant me alertness and vigilance during it, and keep me away from foolishness and deception, and grant me a share of every good through Your generosity, O Most Generous of the generous.”

    This Dua asks for mental clarity and protection from distractions and deceit during fasting, seeking Allah's generosity in all goodness. It's a supplication for guidance and wisdom to discern between right and wrong, and to be mindful of one's actions and intentions while observing the fast.


    Duas play a vital role in enriching the fasting experience, these prayers serve as a means of seeking guidance, forgiveness, and blessings from Allah, strengthening the connection between the believer and the Creator. 

    Through the recitation of these powerful Duas, fasting becomes not only a physical act of abstaining but also a deeply spiritual practice that nurtures the soul. 

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    Q1: What is the significance of reciting Duas during fasting?

    Duas during fasting offer a unique opportunity for Muslims to connect with Allah on a deeper level, seeking blessings, guidance, and protection during this sacred period. Through Duas, believers express their gratitude, seek forgiveness for past transgressions, and ask for strength to endure the physical and spiritual challenges of fasting.

    Q2: How frequently should one make dua?

    There is no fixed frequency for making dua; it's a personal and continuous connection with Allah. Muslims are encouraged to make dua regularly, especially during moments of need, seeking Allah's guidance and blessings for during fasting.

    Q3: Can one make dua on behalf of others?

    Yes, it is permissible and noble to make dua for the well-being, prosperity, and blessings of others, including family, friends, or the community. Offering prayers on behalf of others is considered a selfless act and is encouraged in Islam.

    Q4: Are there specific etiquettes or manners to follow while making dua?

    Yes, some recommended etiquettes include facing the Qibla (direction of Kaaba), beginning and ending with praising and sending blessings upon the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him), raising hands while supplicating, and expressing humility and sincerity.

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