Seek forgiveness with daily Duas for 2nd Ashra of Ramadan!! Do you still want to get the best out of Ramadan? Then it’s the Almighty Allah`s blessing or you can be blessed enough to receive 2nd Ashra of Ramadan. offering prayers five times a day is an obligation but reciting daily Duas for 2nd Ashra in Ramadan will surely multiply the blessings and makes you closer to Almighty. The daily Duas for the 2nd Ashra of Ramadan enables a Muslim to seek forgiveness from Allah along with a fast practice.
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Why recite daily Duas for 2nd Ashra of Ramadan?
The importance of daily supplication in Islam or to a Muslim cannot be ignored. They are considered as a blessing and after every prayer, Muslims try their best to seek forgiveness by reciting Duas. These Duas ensure blessings of Almighty Allah and connect the soul of a human being towards spirituality.
2nd Ashra of Ramadan
The 2nd Ashra of Ramadan starts from 11th Ramadan to 20th Ramadan. It is known as Maghfirah or the second stage reveals Forgiveness of Allah. Second Ashra dua is
Astaghfirullah Rabbi Min Kulli Zambin Wa Atoobu Ilaih
“I ask forgiveness of my sins from Allah who is my Lord and I turn towards Him.”
During the 2nd Ashra forgiveness doors are open for any wrongdoer and sinner no matter what type of wrong deed is done. Sinner can beg pardon from Merciful and Beneficent Allah.
Daily Duas for 2nd Ashra of Ramadan
Below we have mentioned daily duas for 2nd Ashra of Ramadan. Do not forget to recite these supplications optimally.
Dua for Day 11:
Translation: “O Allah, on this day, make me love goodness, and dislike corruption and disobedience, bar me from anger and the fire [of Hell], by Your help, O the helper of those who seeks help.”
Dua for Day 12:
Translation: “O Allah, on this day, beautify me with covering and chastity, cover me with the clothes of contentment and chastity, let me adhere to justice and fairness, and keep me safe from all that I fear, by Your protection, O the protector of the frightened.”
Dua for Day 13:
Translation: “O Allah, on this day, purifies me from uncleanliness and dirt, make me patient over events that are decreed, grant me the ability to be pious, and keep company with the good, by Your help, O the beloved of the destitute.”
Dua for Day 14:
Translation: “O Allah, on this day, do not condemn me for slips, make me decrease mistakes and errors, do not make me a target for afflictions and troubles, by Your honor, O the honor of the Muslims.”
Dua for Day 15:
Translation: “O Allah, on this day, grants me the obedience of the humble expand my chest through the repentance of the humble, by Your security, O the shelter of the fearful.”
Dua for Day 16:
Translation: “O Allah, on this day, grant me compatibility with the good, keep me away from patching up with the evil, lead me in it, by Your mercy, to the permanent abode, by Your Godship, O the God of the worlds.”
Dua for Day 17:
Translation: “O Allah, on this day, guide me towards righteous actions, fulfill my needs and hopes, O One who does not need explanations nor questions, O One who knows what is in the chests of the (people of the) world. Bless Muhammad and his family, the Pure.”
Dua for Day 18:
Translation: “O Allah, on this day, awaken me with the blessings of its early mornings, Illuminate my heart with the brightness of its rays, let every part of my body follow its effects, by Your light, O the illuminator of the hearts of those who know.”
Dua for Day 19:
Translation: “O Allah, on this day, multiply for me its blessings, and ease my path towards its bounties, do not deprive me of the acceptance of its good deeds, O the Guide towards the clear truth.”
Dua for Day 20:
Translation: “O Allah, on this day, open for me the doors of the heavens, and lock the doors of Hell from me, help me to recite the Qur’an, O the One who sends down tranquillity into the hearts of believers.”
Fasting in Ramadan
The Ramadan word is an Arabic word originates with a root Rameeda that means searing heat. Fasting is practised usually among elders except aged, diabetic, pregnant, breastfeeding, wayfaring sick people. Fasting is practised until dusk from sunrise and during fast smoking, eating, drinking, is forbidden. And Muslims also avoid any wicked behaviour, abuse, or any carnal relation. Thus, it is the Taqwa of a human being that is increased and endeavours to purify themselves during Ramadan.
Suhoor is the pre-morning meal while Iftar is the meal that breaks the fast during sunset. Rewards and religious prizes during fast are doubled especially in the Holy month of Ramadan.
The days of 2nd Ashra are the best and ultimate days to ask for forgiveness for all sins. Do not repeat evils after seeking Tauba. Do seek forgiveness as much as possible because Allah loves those who practice Tauba and also forgives His people. Do wash the committed sins of your life and utilize the opportunity by reciting daily duas for 2nd Ashra of Ramadan. Do not forget to say Thanks to Almighty Allah for all the things granted by Him.
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