The Third Ashra of Ramadan is called “The Ashra of Refuge” or “The Ashra of Avoiding Harm”. During the latter part of this month, Muslims seek refuge in Allah’s mercy and forgiveness. The Third Ashra prayer is as follows:
Third Ashra Dua in Arabic
|اَللَّهُمَّ أَجِرْنِي مِنَ النَّارِ
Third Ashra Dua in Urdu
|اے اللہ مجھے جہنم سے بچا
Third Ashra Dua in English
|Allahumma Ajirni Minan Naar
|Here’s the English translation of this dua.
Teesray Ashre Ki Dua Urdu Translation
Aay Allah! Mujhe jahannum ki aag se bacha
Why Is The 3rd Ashra Of Ramadan Called Ashra e Nijat?
In the three chapters of Ramadan, the Ashra is called “the Ashra of Salvation” or “the Ashra of Salvation”, and the title of the Ashra of Salvation is called “the period of salvation” and “the period of salvation” by various interpreters. is used
You are Ashra, the last part of the month of Ramadan, when Muslims seek their own time and protection from Allah. This period provides an opportunity for mercy and Ramadan.
In the prayer of salvation, Muslims wish for salvation from Allah, salvation in this world and the hereafter, and relief on the Day of Judgment. This dua always seeks the blessings of Allah in the ways of sincerity and protection.
What is the dua for the third Ashra?
اَعُوْذُ بِكَ مِنْ عَذَابِ الْقَبْرِ، وَاَعُوْذُ بِكَ مِنْ فِتْنَةِ الْمَسِيْحِ الدَّجَّالِ، وَاَعُوْذُ بِكَ مِنْ فِتْنَةِ الْمَحْيَا وَالْمَمَاتِ
What are the 3 Ashras of Ramadan?
Ramadan is divided into three ushas, each consisting of about 10 days. The three poems are as follows:
First Decade (Days 1-10):
- Focus: Mercy (Mercy)
- Dua (Supplication): “Ya Arham al-Rahimin” (O Most Merciful of the Merciful)
- Second decade (Days 11-20):
- Attention: Forgiveness (Forgiveness)
- Dua: “Ya Ghaffar, Ya Ghaffar, Ya Ghaffar” (O Forgiver, O Forgiver, O Forgiver)
- Third Decade (Days 21-30):
- Focus: Seeking Refuge (Rescue)
- Dua: “Allahum Ajirni Manan Nar” (O Allah, save me from the fire of Hell).
What should I read in third Ashra?
During the third year of Ramadan, which focuses on seeking refuge and protection, you can engage in various acts of worship, reflection, and prayer. Some recommended actions and recitations for the third decade are:
Recitation of the Holy Quran:
Continue reading and meditating on the Qur’an. You may want to recite Surah Al-Mulk (Chapter 67) and Surah Al-Murslat (Chapter 77), as they emphasize the consequences of one’s actions and the importance of seeking refuge with Allah.
Special Dua (Supplication):
Read the special dua for the 3rd Ashra, “Allahum Ajarni Min Al-Nar” and sincerely repeat this dua asking for refuge from the punishment of the grave, the temptation of the Dajjal, and the trials of life and death.
Repentance and forgiveness:
Take this time to repent and ask for forgiveness for sins or shortcomings. Turn to Allah with sincerity and true intention to improve yourself.
Night Prayer (Qiyam al-Lail):
Devote as much time as possible to night prayers and Qiyam al-Lail. It is a special time to connect with Allah, seek forgiveness, and make heartfelt prayers.
Acts of charity and kindness:
Increase your acts of charity and kindness to others. This includes helping those in need, supporting charitable causes, and promoting the spirit of generosity.
Consider the meaning of refuge:
Consider the concept of seeking refuge in Allah. Consider the importance of trusting in Allah’s protection and mercy in all aspects of your life.
Remember, the third decade is an important time spiritually, and these exercises are meant to deepen your relationship with Allah and your faith.