Mitti Dene Ki Dua | Qabar Par Mitti Dalne Ki Dua

Qabar Par Mitti Dalne Ki Dua:

When a Muslim brother or sister dies there is a proper funeral for him. The time between the death of the person and burying is critical and we must pray for our deceased brothers and sisters at that time. But a Muslim can collect virtue for himself too in this situation by praying mitti dene ki dua. 

Namaz e Janaza ki Dua | Namaz e Janaza Ka Tarika

This Dua is recited while burying the deceased person to gain virtues from Allah Almighty. The person when holds mud in his hand recites this prayer. This is a way to remember Allah Almighty at that point in life and to remind ourselves of our promise to Allah Almighty that we shall return to him in the end. 

A Muslim also acknowledges the fact that he is made of mud and will become mud once he dies. Mitti Dalne Ki Dua is as follows. 

مِنْهَا خَلَقْنَاكُمْ وَفِيهَا نُعِيدُكُمْ وَمِنْهَا نُخْرِجُكُمْ تَارَةً أُخْرَىٰ 

Minhaa ‘Khalaqnaakum Wa-Feehaa Nu’eedukum Wa-Minhaa Nu’khrijukum Taaratan U’khraa 

Mitti dene ki Dua
Mitti Dalne Ki Dua

Mitti dene ki Dua in Hindi: 

Mitti dene ki Dua for the understanding of Muslim brothers and sisters who understand Hindi must read it in Hindi. Mitti Dalne Ki Dua in Hindi is as follows. 

इस धरती से हमने तुम्हें पैदा किया और उसी में तुम्हें लौटा देंगे और तुम्हें फिर से निकाल देंगे। 

Mitti dene ki dua Roman Hindi mein. 

Is dharatee se hamane tumhen paida kiya aur usee mein tumhen lauta denge aur tumhen phir se nikaal denge. 

Mitti dene ki Dua in Urdu: 

One should know what he is asking from Allah Almighty whether it’s in English or Urdu. For Urdu speakers, Mitti dene ki Dua in Urdu is as follows. 

اسی زمین سے ہم نے تمہیں بنایا اور اسی میں لوٹائیں گے اور دوبارہ اسی سے نکالیں گے۔ 

Mitti dene ki Dua in English: 

Those who can’t understand either Urdu or Hindi can surely read it in English. Mitti dene ki Dua in English is as follows. 

From the (earth) did We create you, and into it shall We return you, and from it shall We bring you out once again. 

Mitti dene ki Dua Images: 

You can download mitti dene ki Dua images, Mitti Dalne Ki Dua video, or Mitti Dalne Ki Dua tarjume ke sath along with its meaning and tarjuma to immediately recite it during the burying of the deceased person. You can watch the video to determine the right pronunciation for the Dua. 

FAQs: 

Is it haram to delay burial? 

In Islam, Muslims are advised to bury the dead person as soon as possible. They are not allowed to delay the process. However, in other religions, it is quite commonly seen to await the demised. 

Why do Muslims bury their dead right away? 

Muslims have to bury their dead family member right away because Allah Almighty guides us to bury the person within 24 hours to avoid any sanitary conditions. However, in case it’s murder the cause of death must be investigated first. 

What happens between death and burial in Islam? 

As soon as the person dies and is buried. Allah Almighty sends Munkir and Nakir to him to ask questions regarding his faith. Only believers are saved from this situation and disbelievers fail. 

What happens after 40 days of death in Islam? 

When a Muslim dies in Islam his soul is separated from his body at the time of his departure. When seven days are passed the soul visits the loved ones as well as after the 40th day of their demise. 

What is the mourning period in Islam? 

In Islam, Muslims are directed to mourn till three days after the demise of their relative or friend. However, they are allowed to have guests in their houses to come for the condolences of the deceased family member. 

Conclusion: 

Every Muslim must remember Allah Almighty during his whole life as well as when someone dies because Allah is our creator. Allah Almighty allows us to gain virtues in almost every way. He bestows us with the duas to recite when someone dies but he also guides us to recite prayers in each step of their funeral. Hence, one must not only recite mitti dene ki dua and other prayers to benefit the demised person but to benefit themselves too. 

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