Roza Kholne ki Dua is an important prayer that is recited at the time of breaking the fast according to Islamic piety. This dua describes the importance of Roza Kholne ki Dua at the time of breaking the fast and makes it a means of seeking Allah’s pleasure and forgiveness. By reciting this dua, the fast is broken, by which the fasting person’s abadahs are accepted and he hopes for Allah’s blessings and mercy.
Roza Kholne ki Dua in Arabic
|اَللّٰهُمَّ اِنَّی لَکَ صُمْتُ وَبِکَ اٰمَنْتُ وَعَلَيْکَ تَوَکَّلْتُ وَعَلٰی رِزْقِکَ اَفْطَرْتُ.|
Roza Kholne 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 तुम्हारे लिए रोज़ा रखा और तुम पर विश्वास किया और तुम पर भरोसा किया और मैं इसे तुम्हारे भोजन से खोल रहा हूँ।”|
Roza Kholne 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.|
Roza Kholne Ki dua | Before iftar
Rushing to break the fast is inappropriate and inappropriate, so it is better to avoid it. Iftar should be done carefully and according to the Sunnah. At the time of breaking the fast, there is also a time for tasbih or prayers, in which there is an opportunity to increase one’s spirituality.
Steps that can make breaking the fast easier:
- Listening to the call to prayer: Imagine the time of breaking the fast after hearing the call to prayer and keeping all the unnecessary tasks aside, the sword of the call to prayer is recited.
- Breaking the fast with dates or water: At the moment of breaking the fast, first drink a lot of water to quench your thirst and then eat dates (dates) or something sweet.
- Read duas: Before breaking the fast, read duas, such as “Allahumma laka sumtu wa ala rizq-ika-aftartu.” which is a dua to break the fast.
Recite Tasbih: Take time to recite Tasbih or Duas after Iftar to strengthen your spirituality.
Benefits Of Dua for Breaking the Fast
Roza Kholne Ki dua has minor importance and benefits. These supplications are recited at the time of breaking the fast and at the end of the fast and their main benefits are as follows:
Increase Spirituality: Reciting Iftar prayers increases the devotional zeal of fasting and strengthens the spirituality of a person.
Attention and Concentration: Reciting prayers requires concentration, which increases a person’s intelligence and concentration.
Release from anxiety: Reciting the prayers provides relief from mental and spiritual worries in terms of breaking the fast.
Promotion of Sincerity: Recitation of prayers increases the activity of fasting with sincerity and makes a person give the goodness of his heart sincerely to Allah.
Attention to Acceptance of Fasting: By reciting prayers to break the fast, the pleasure of Allah is obtained and the acceptance of the fast is blessed.
Blessings of Duas: Reciting the Duas of Iftar brings blessings of prayers and blessings of Allah’s mercy and forgiveness.
Roza Kholne Ki dua | Before iftar
Roza Kholne Ki dua | After iftar
دهبة -الزماء وبطلة العروق وثبت الاجر إن شاء الله.
Significance of Iftar
The importance of Roza Kholne ki Dua is of great importance in Islamic traditions and social teachings. The Roza Kholne ki Dua is the closing ritual that marks the breaking of the fast and is celebrated with the sound of the call to prayer. The time of breaking the fast is especially important because at this time the thirst and hunger of the fast is removed and the fast is allowed to be broken.
The importance of Iftar is based on some reasons:
- Relieving the thirst of fasting: The whole world of fasting lives in a state of hunger and thirst, and at the time of Iftar, the human body gets an opportunity to eliminate them.
- Acceptance of Duas: The acceptance of kkk also increases, and reciting these duas brings Allah’s blessings and forgiveness.
- Increase in Spirituality: Reading Roza Kholne ki Dua increases the spirituality of fasting and strengthens one’s faith focus.
- Breaking Iftar in Jamaat: Breaking Iftar in Jamaat is important for Islamic pious people, which increases their spirituality and increases their focus on sincerity.
- Gaining God’s approval: Reading the Roza Kholne ki Dua earns the faster God’s approval and blesses the acceptance of the fast.
The importance of Iftar is very clearly expressed in Islamic traditions and iftar is considered a special and sacred occasion for the pious in Islam which enhances their spirituality and strengthens their faith focus.
What is the dua for iftar?
Allahumma laka sumtu wa ala rizq-ika-aftartu.It is permitted to break the fast by reciting the Iftar prayer, and the abadahs of the fast are accepted. It is Sunnah to recite this dua before eating at the time of breaking the fast so that the fast can be broken properly and Allah’s mercy and forgiveness can be obtained.
What dua is used to break fast early?
‘Umar said: The Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) used to say when breaking his fast: “Dhahaba al-zama wa’btalat al-‘uruq wa thabata al-ajr in sha Allah (Thirst is gone, the veins are moistened and the reward is certain if Allah wills).” (Narrated by Abu Dawud, 2357; al-Daraqutni, 25.
What do you say before eating iftar?
Before breaking the fast, most people listen to the call to prayer and break the fast with the call to prayer. At the time of Adhan, some people recite this dua:
O Allah, I wish you peace and trust in you and in your sustenance
This is the translation of the supplication: “O Allah, I have fasted for Your sake, I have believed in You, I have trusted in You, and I have broken my fast with Your sustenance.”
This dua allows one to break the fast and by reciting this dua one is allowed to break the fast. With the blessing of this prayer, the fasting person receives Allah’s mercy and forgiveness. After the Adhan, people usually break their fast with dates (dates) or water to quench their thirst and hunger.
What do you say at iftar?
So, whether you’re breaking your fast at home or with friends, remember to say “happy iftar” and share in the joy of this blessed month. May Allah bless you and your loved ones and grant you success and happiness in this life and the Hereafter. Ramadan Mubarak!
When reciting Roza Kholne ki Dua, a person’s heart turns towards God and he acts to break his fast with sincerity. The translation of this supplication is “O Allah, I fasted for Your sake, I believed in You, I trusted You, and I broke my fast with Your sustenance.”
Roza Kholne ki Dua is an important part of breaking the fast of Ramadan in a meaningful and modest way and it allows one to break the fast properly. It accepts the fast with the blessing of prayer and helps to end the abadah of man.