BISMIL LAAHIR RAHMAANIR RAHIM AL HAMDU LILLAAHI RABBIL ‘ALAMEEN. WAS SALAATU WAS SALAAMU ‘ALAA ASHRAFIL MURSALEEN. SAYIDINAA WA NABI YENAA WA MOULANAA MUHAMMADIN WA’ALA AALEHEE WA AS HAABEHEE WASALLIM.
All praise is due to Allah, the Lord of all the Worlds. May the greetings and peace be upon the Messenger, Prophet Muhammad (صلى الله عليه و سلم), his family and all of his companions.
Recite Surat Al Ikhlass , Al Falaq and Al Nass three times At Dawn and Magrib it will suffice in all respects.
The Ruqya Sharia is a special collections of Quranic verses and authentic Prophetic Supplications. With the will and power of Allah, the reading serves as cure for conditions such as seher (Black Magic), Al mass (Touch of shaytan), ain (Evil Eye) and other related ailments.
The muslim scholars have through out the ages advocated that placing reliance upon Allah along with daily readings of Quranic verses and Prophetic supplications are an effective way of protecting and shielding ourselves from all kinds of afflictions and adverse situations in our lives. They help us to attain the Divine help and cure for our distress and ward off evil of His creation. One of the greatest means of protecting and combating oneself against the evil effects of witchcraft, evil eye/envy and jinn is to persist in regularly reciting the Adhkaar (azkaar). Those who have tried these supplications for refuge from Allah on a regular basis (i.e., in the morning and evening, everyday) know their value and benefit.
Dua are more easily accepted when one performs the Faraidh (Obligatory duties including five times salah, fasting in ramadan, hijab et.). None of the Nawafil (voluntary or sunnah) acts can replace the fardh. Therefore, it is mandatory to fulfil all the Faraidh. Those who can read Arabic or transliteration, must read the translation of the dua to grasp its meaning. This way, one would know what one is invoking Allah for. As the Prophet( صلى الله عليه و سلم) said, (to the nearest effect) dua that have been made from heart are more likely to be accepted. This page contains dua for protection, hardship and some adhkaar. All dua and adhkaar are from Quran and sunnah.
Dua for Protection
Aa’uuzu biwajhil laahil a’ziimil lazii laisa shai-un aa’zama minhu wa bikalimaatil lahittaammaatil laatii laa yujaawizu hunna barrunw walaa faajirunw wa bi asmaaillaahil husna kullihaa. Maa a’limtu munhaa wamaa lam aa’lam min sharrii maa khalaqa wa bara-a wa zara-a.
I seek refuge in Allaah, the most Greatest. There is nothing equal to His Greatness. And I seek refuge in His complete and powerful Words, which cannot be surpassed by any good or bad person, and (I seek refuge in) all the Names of Allaah which I know and which I do not know, from the evil of all those things which He created, and created them errorless and scattered them all over.
Virtues: The person who recites this duaa once in the morning will be safeguarded from magic. Hadhrat Ka’ab Ahbar (RA) said that if I had not recited this duaa, the Jews would had transformed me into a donkey.
Aa’uuzu biwajhil laahil kariimi wa bikalimaatillaahit taammaatil laati laa yujawizu hunna barrunw walaa faajirum min sharri maa yanzilu minas samaai wa min sharri maa yaa’ ruju fiihaa wa sharrii maa zara-a fil arzii wa sharri maa yakhruju minhaa wa min fitanil laili wan nahaari wa min tawaariqal laili wan nahaari ilaa taariqany yatruqu bikhairiny yaa rahmaan.
I seek refuge in Allaah’s grace and His complete and powerful Words, which cannot be surpassed by any good or bad person, from the evil which descends from the heaven and from the evil which ascends to the heavens, and from the evil of all the things which are scattered in the world, and from the evil of all the things which comes out of the earth, and (I seek refuge in Allaah) from the trial of day and night, from those who are emerging in the day and the night except those who emerges for good. O! the Most Merciful.
Virtues: The Jinn which came to trouble the Blessed Nabi (صلى الله عليه و سلم), fell to the ground, as the Nabi (صلى الله عليه و سلم) recited this dua.
To be recited three times in the morning
Asbah’naa wa asbah’al mulku lillaahi wal h’ amdu kulluhuu lillaahi aa’uuzu billaahil lazii yumsikus samaai an taqaa’a’lal azri illaa bi-iznihi min sharri maa khalaqa wa zara-a-a wa min sharrish shaitani wa shirkih.
We begin our morning for Allaah and all His Kingdom begin their morning for Him. All praises be to Allaah. I seek refuge in the One Who is holding on the heaven from falling on the earth but with His permission, from the evil of His creations which is scattered everywhere, and (I seek refuge in Allaah) from the evil of Satan and his ascribing partner (with Allaah).
To be recited 3 times in the evening/maghrib time
Amsainaa wa amsal mulku lillaahi walh`amdu kulluhuu lillaahi aa`uuzu billaahil lazii yumsikus samaa-a an taqa-a`a`lal arzi illa bi-iznihii min sharri maa khalaqa wa zara-a wa min sharrish shaitaani wa shirkihii.
We begin our evening for Allaah and all His Kingdom begin their evening for Him. All praises be to Allaah. I seek refuge in the One Who is containing the heaven from falling on the earth except with His permission, from the evil of His creations which is scattered everywhere, and (I seek refuge in Allaah) from the evil of Satan and his making of partner (with Allaah).
Virtues: The Blessed Nabi (PBUH) told Hadhrat Amr bin Aas (r.a) that if you would recite this duaa thrice in the morning and in the evening, you will be protected from the evil of Satan, foreteller and magician.
Aa`uzuu bi kalimaatil laahit taaammaati min sharri maa khalaq
I seek refuge in Allaah through His complete and powerful Words from the evil of all creatures.
Virtue: Whoever recites this duaa thrice in the evening, one will be protected from poisonous creatures, even if one is bitten by it.
Bismillahi lazi laa yazur ru m-a`smihi shaiyun fil arzi wala fis samaai wa huwas samiu`l aleem
I begin my morning with the Name of Allaah, due to the auspiciousness of which nothing could do any harm, neither in the earth nor in the heaven. He is All-Hearer and All-Knower
Virtue: Whoever recites this duaa thrice in the morning and evening, will be protected from unexpected misfortune.
A’udhu bi kalimaate-llaahe-taammah min kulli shaytaanin wa haammah wa min kulli ‘aynin laammah
I seek refuge in the perfect words of Allah from every devil and poisonous reptile, and from every envious evil eye.
Virtues: The Prophet (PBUH) used to recite this dua to protect Al-Hassan (r.a) and Al-Hussayn (r.a.). He would used the word U’eedhukumaa bi kalimaate-llahe ( I seek protection for you two ). But if one wants to protect himself, he should say – `Aaudhu (i.e. I seek refuge). Recite in the morning and in the evening (thrice):
‘A`ūdhu Bikalimātil-Lāhit-Tāmmāti Min Ghađabihi Wa `Iqābih, Wa Sharri `Ibādihi Wa Min Hamazātish-Shayāţīni Wa ‘An Yaĥđurūn.
‘I take refuge in the perfect words of Allah from His anger and punishment, and from the evil of His servants, and from the madness and appearance of devils.’
And verily, those who disbelieve would almost make you slip with their eyes through hatredness when they hear the Reminder (the Qur’an), and they say: “Verily, he (Muhammad ) is a madman!”. But it is nothing else than a Reminder to all the ‘Alamin (mankind, jinns and all that exists).
Virtues: Recite three times for evil eye.
Dua for Insomnia
Khalid bin Walid (radiAllahu anhu) reported that once he suffered from insomnia.
The Prophet (salAllahu alayhi wasalam) said to him, “Shall I teach you words that will make you go to sleep when you say them? Say (the below):
اللَّهُمَّ رَبَّ السَّموَاتِ السَّبْعِ
وَمَا أَظَلَّتْ وَ رَبَّ الْأَرضِين وَ مَا أقَلَّتْ وَ رَبِّ الشَّياطِينِ وَمَا أَضَلَّتْ كُنْ لِى جَارًا مِنْ
شَرِّ خَلْقِكَ أَجْمَيِنَ أَنْ يَفْرُطَ عَلَىَّ أَحَدٌ مِنْهُمْ أَوْ أَنْ يَطْغَى ، عَزَّ جَارُكَ ، وَ تَبَارَكَ اسْمُكَ
Allahumma Rabbas Samawaatis-Sab’i, wa ma adhal-lat, wa Rabbal-aradina, wa ma aqal-lat, wa Rabbash-Shaiateena, wa ma adhal-lat kun li jaran min sharri khalqika ajma’een ay-yafruta ‘alaya ahad-um-minhum, aw ay-yatgha. Azza jaruk, wa tabarakasmuk
“O Allah! Lord of the seven Firmaments and whatever they cover, Lord of the seven earths and whatever they contain, Creator of the devils and whoever they mislead, Be my Protector from the evil of all Your Creatures lest some of them may hasten with insolence against me or transgress the bounds. Honoured is he who is in Your Protection and Blessed is Your Name.”
Dua for Hardship
Allah puts His slave in hardship either to test his faith in Allah and bring him even closer to Him by rewarding the slave for his patience or to punish the slave for his sins.
Do the people think that they will be left to say, “We believe” and they will not be tried? But We have certainly tried those before them, and Allah will surely make evident those who are truthful, and He will surely make evident the liars. Quran 29: 2-3
We will surely test you through some fear, hunger, and loss of money, lives, and crops. Give good news to the steadfast. Quran 2:155
Hardship and adversity is also decreed by Allah as a cleansing of our souls for sins we have already committed. As a result,some of the bad things that happen to us are a direct result of sins we have committed.
Anything bad that happens to you is a consequence of your own deeds, and He overlooks many (of your sins). Quran 42:30
The Prophet (PBUH) said, “Whoever Allah wishes good for, He inflicts him (with hardship).” [Bukhari].
To get through hardship, whether its because of one’s sins or a trial, one must get close to Allah. One must establish five times salah, constantly ask for forgiveness, do adhkaar and make dua. Most of all, one must be patient and realise that everything is from Allah.
“… and give glad tidings to As-Sabirun (the patient).” Who, when afflicted with calamity, say: “Truly! To Allah we belong and truly, to Him we shall return.” They are those on whom are the Salawat (i.e. who are blessed and will be forgiven) from their Lord, and (they are those who) receive His Mercy, and it is they who are the guided ones. Quran 2: 155-157
Who is the One who rescues those who become desperate and call upon Him, relieves adversity, and makes you inheritors of the earth? Is it another god with God? Rarely do you take heed. Quran 27: 62
For truly with hardship comes ease; truly with hardship comes ease. Quran 94: 5-6
Below are a number of supplications that very effective in gaining Allah’s mercy at time of hardship
Laa ilaaha illaa anta subh`aanaka innii kuntu minaz zaalimiin. Quran 21: 87
There is no illaaah but You (O Allah), glory to You, Indeed I was the wrong doer
Vitues: Recite this dua as many times you can every day until Allah has granted you relief.
1) It is narrated by Hadhrat Sa’d bin Abi Waqqas (r.a.) that the Nabi (PBUH) had just mentioned about the best of the Du’as (Duaas), coincidentally, one Bedouin came and engaged him into discussion and took lot of time. (After some time) the Nabi (PBUH) stood up and took his way towards his home and I also followed him. When the Nabi (PBUH) reached near the house, I feared that he may enter into the house and I may remain as is, so I started walking heavily. On noticing the sound of my steps, the Nabi asked, ‘Who is there, Abu Ishaq?’ I said, ‘Yes’. He asked, ‘What is the matter?’ I said that you had mentioned about the best of the duaas but then that Bedouin engaged you. The Nabi (PBUH) said, ‘Oh yes, it was the duaa that Zun-noon (Yunus A.S.) said when he was inside the stomach of the fish (the abov dua).
Any Muslim who invokes Allaah for anything by this du’a, Allaah will grant his wish.
2. It is narrated in the book of Ibn Abi Hatim that whoever make du’a (Duaa) through the du’a of Hadrat Yunus (A.S.), his du’a will surely be granted.
3. Hadhrat Abu Saeed (r.a.) says that after this verse, there is a statement of Allaah that “We help Believers in this way” (verse 88, surah 21)It is narrated by Ibn Jareer that the Nabi صلى الله عليه و سلم Said that the Name of Allaah through which if He is invoked, He accepts the duaa and grants what is asked for. That name is in the du’a of Hadhrat Yunus (A.S.).
5. Hadhrat Sa’d bin Abi Waqqas (r.a.) narrated that I asked the Nabi صلى الله عليه و سلم that whether the duaa of the Hadhrat Yunus (A.S.) was only for him or it is general for all Muslims who recite it. The Nabi صلى الله عليه و سلم said, ‘Did you not read in the Qur’aan that We gave him respite (relief) from grief and We give respite to the Believers in a similar way.’ Thus, whoever invokes Allaah through those words, Allaah has promised to grant him relief.
6. It is narrated in Ibn Abi Hatim that Hadhrat Kathir bin Sa’eed said that I asked Imam Hasan Basari (r.a.), ‘What is the Isme Azam (the Great Name) of Allaah through which if He is requested to grant prayer, He grants it?’ He said, ‘Brother, did you not read the statement of Allaah’ and he recited the same two verses and said, ‘My cousin, this is the same Isme Azam (the Great Name) of Allaah through which if He is invoked, He accepts the prayer. And if He is asked for something, He grants it.
(Tafsir Ibn Kathir 3/395-396)
7. It is narrated in a Hadith that whoever recites the above mentioned Ayat 40 times during illness and if he is died in the state of illness, he will be rewarded with the status of forty martyrs and if he cures of his illness, his all sins will be forgiven.
Tawakkaltu a`lal h`ayyil lazii laa yamuutu alh`amdulillaahil lazii lam yattakhiz waladanw walam yakullahuu sharikun fil mulki walam yakul lahuu waliyyum minaz zulli wa kabbirhu takbiiraa.
I believe in and put my hopes in the Ever-living entity Who is never going to die. All praises be to Allaah Who neither begets nor is there anyone who is partner in His regime. He does not need any partner to assist Him, as He is not weak. Shower high praises on Him.
Virtue: Hadhrat Abu Huraira (r.a.) narrated that once I went out with the Prophet صلى الله عليه و سلم with my hand in his hand. The Prophet صلى الله عليه و سلم was passed by a person who was in utter hopelessness. The Prophet صلى الله عليه و سلم asked the reason of his condition. He replied that poverty and destitution had made me so. The Prophet صلى الله عليه و سلمs aid, ‘I will tell you some words, if you recite them your disease and poverty will diminish. (Those words were the above mentioned duaa.) After sometime when the Prophet صلى الله عليه و سلم Revisited that place, he found him in better condition and this made the Prophet صلى الله عليه و سلم glad. He said to the Prophet صلى الله عليه و سلم that he was reciting those words with frequently since the time when the Prophet صلى الله عليه و سلم taught him.
Laa ilaaha illallaahu wa`dahuu laa sharika lahuu lahul mulku walahul h`amdu wa huwa a`laa kulli shai-in qadiir
There is no god but Allah, alone, without partner. His is the sovereignty, and His the praise, and He has power over everything
Virtue: 1) Whoever practise this Zikr (Remembrance) daily after Salaah, all ones sins will be forgiven even if they as numerous as foams of the ocean.
2) Reciting hundred times during the day, has the reward of freeing ten slaves, a hundred good deeds are recorded for him and a hundred bad deeds are wiped away and he has gained refuge from the devil that day until evening with Allah and none shall come with anything better except someone who has done more (recited it more than him)
Read the following dua after every namaz:
Ya Allah remove the covering off the hearts and minds of all the jinns inside me show them how they are being manipulated buy the shaytaan and show them if they keep following him how they will burn in the hell fire forever and ever ya Allah bring them out of the darkness into the light (repeat 3 times) Ya Allah remove all the blackness from their hearts and fill it with the noor of imaan Allahu noorus samawati wal ard (3 times) Ya Allah show them who you are your power and love show them the love of the holy prophet s.a.w ya allah make them all muslim destroy all the magic and knots and cure us. Ameen
Inshallah Allah will show them the straight path and they will leave you alone or help you by Allahs will.