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5 Special Times Duas are Accepted

5 Special Times Duas are Accepted

by Riwaya

    Dua (supplication) is an essential aspect of Islamic worship, it is a heartfelt conversation with Allah, where believers seek His guidance, forgiveness, and blessings. While dua can be made at any time and in any place, there are certain times when it holds special significance and is more likely to be accepted. In this article, we will explore five special times when duas are accepted.

    What is Dua

    Before we delve into the best times for dua acceptance, let's quickly understand what dua is. Dua is the Arabic word for supplication, which means asking for something from Allah. It is a form of worship that connects Muslims to Allah and allows the expression of their needs, desires, and fears.

    What are the best times for Dua Acceptance

    1. At Tahajjud time

    Tahajjud is a voluntary prayer that is performed during the last third of the night. This time is considered favorable for dua, and to seek closeness to Allah, as it is a time of tranquility, when a person is free from the distractions of the world, and the promise of Allah's mercy associated with this blessed time,  as mentioned in the Quran:

    “And from [part of] the night, pray with it as additional [worship] for you; it is expected that your Lord will resurrect you to a praised station.”

    (Surah Al-Isra, verse 79)

    This verse encourages Muslims to perform Tahajjud prayer and make dua as it is a blessed time to express one’s faith and humility to Allah. Experience comfort in your late-night prayers with Riwaya’s Convenient Prayer Mat that complements the serenity of this blessed time.

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    2. When it's raining

    Rain is a gift from Allah, and it is considered a mercy from Him. Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said that rain is a sign of Allah's acceptance of prayers. For instance, Sahl ibn Sa’d (may Allah be pleased with him) narrates a Hadith in which the Prophet (peace be upon him) said: 

    “Two supplications are not rejected, or seldom rejected: the supplication at the call to prayer and under the rain.”

    (Sunan Abī Dāwūd, 2540)

    This Hadith sheds light on the unique significance of rain in Islam, signifying it as a perfect moment to engage in dua and seek Allah's blessings and forgiveness.

    3. When traveling

    Traveling, whether for work or pleasure, can be a challenging and uncertain experience. The Quran and Sunnah encourage Muslims to seek Allah's protection and guidance during journeys. The Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said:

    “Three supplications are answered without doubt. The supplication of the oppressed, the supplication of the traveler, and the supplication of the parent for his son (child).”

    (At- Tirmidhi and Abu Dawud)

    This Hadith explains that prayers made by travelers are highly regarded and are among those prayers that are answered without a doubt. Along with the prayers of the oppressed and a parent's prayer for their child.

    4. When drinking Zamzam water

    Zamzam, the name of a well in Makkah, is regarded as a blessed and miraculous water source that has various benefits, including physical and spiritual healing. It is a sacred act for Muslims. While there might not be a specific Hadith or Quranic verse directly indicating increased acceptance of dua when drinking Zamzam water, the practice of making dua at this blessed moment is considered praiseworthy among many believers based on the overall sanctity and blessings associated with Zamzam water in Islamic tradition.

    5. When breaking fast

    The moment of breaking the fast, known as Iftar, is a special time for dua acceptance, as The act of breaking the fast is not merely about satisfying hunger, it symbolizes gratitude and appreciation for the blessings received throughout the day. It's a time of where hearts are humbled and spirits uplifted, fostering a deeper sense of empathy and compassion.

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    In conclusion, dua is an essential act of worship, and while it can be made at any time and in any place, there are moments considered more favorable than others in Islam. At Riwaya we offer a range of products that resonate with the sanctity of these times. May Allah accept our dua and grant us the best in this life and the hereafter.

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