Iftar Ki Dua
- “اللهما إنّي لاكا سومتو وبيكا آمانتو وعلى رزقه أفرتو”
- “Allahumma inni laka sumtu wa bika aamantu wa ‘ala rizqika aftartu”
- “हे भगवान, मैं लका सुमतो और बेका अमंटो हूं, और उसका भोजन एफ़र्टु है”
- ’’اے اللہ میں لکا سمتو اور بیکا امانتو ہوں اور اس کا رزق افرتو ہے۔‘‘
Iftar Ki Dua is said during Ramadan
Ramadan is a holy month in the Islamic calendar when Muslims fast from dawn to dusk. The fast is broken at sunset with the Iftar meal. This meal is a time of joy and celebration when family and friends gather to break the fast together. One of the most important parts of Iftar is reciting the Dua, a prayer recited before breaking the fast. In this article we discuss Iftar Ki Dua during Ramadan. What is Iftar Ki Dua? Iftar Ki Dua is a prayer recited before breaking the fast. It is a way of expressing gratitude to Allah for providing sustenance and asking for His blessings for the coming fasting days. Dua is an integral part of the Iftar ritual and is recited by Muslims all over the world.
Iftar Ki Dua
Iftar Ki Dua is a simple yet powerful prayer that anyone can recite. The second is as follows:
“Allahumma inni laka sumtu wa Bika aamantu wa ‘ala rizq-ika aftarthu”
This Dua means:
“O God! I fast for You and believe in You and trust in You and break my fast with Your sustenance.”
Meaning of Iftar Ki Dua
Iftar Ki Dual has great significance for Muslims. It is a way of expressing gratitude to Allah for providing sustenance and asking for His blessings for the coming fasting days. The second is also a reminder of the spiritual significance of Ramadan and the importance of fasting.
Reciting Iftar Ki Dua before breaking the fast is also a way to bring the family together and strengthen the bonds of love and unity. It is an opportunity for Muslims to connect with each other and share their experiences of the fasting day. How to perform Iftar Ki Dua
Iftar Ki Dua is a simple prayer that anyone can recite. Read the Second as follows:
Sit down to break the fast and look towards the Kaaba. Put your hands over your ears and say “Allahu Akbar” (Allah is the greatest). Repeat Iftar Ki Dua. Break the fast by eating a date or drinking water. Say “Bismillah” (in the name of Allah) before eating.