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Ramadan Second Ashra Dua | Second Ashra Dua



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During Holy Ramadan, Muslims observe fasting during the day, engage in worship at night, and strive to strengthen their relationship with Allah (SWT). This month, the ninth in the Islamic Calendar, is considered a blessed time for Muslims. According to a narration by Abu Hurayrah (may Allah be pleased with him), the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) stated that with the arrival of Ramadan, the gates of Paradise are opened, the gates of Hellfire are closed, and the devils are restrained (Al-Bukhari and Muslim). Ramadan spans either 29 or 30 days and is divided into three parts known as three Ashras.

What is the Second Ashra of Ramadan?

During the second Ashra of Ramadan, spanning from the 10th to the 20th day, Muslims are encouraged to actively seek forgiveness from Allah (SWT) for their sins, regardless of their magnitude. This can be achieved through the practice of Istighfar, which involves repeatedly uttering ‘Astaghfirullah’ to seek Allah’s (SWT) forgiveness. This phrase translates to ‘I seek forgiveness from Allah.’

Ramadan Second Ashra Dua
Ramadan Second Ashra Dua with Urdu translation

Ramadan first Ashra Dua is also about actively seek mercy and forgiveness from Allah Almighty, recognizing Him as the ultimate source of mercy.

Here is a recitation of Ramadan Second Ashra Dua by Saad Al Qureshi.

Ramadan Second Ashra Dua with English Translation

Astaghfirullah Rabbi Min Kulli Zambin Wa Atoobu Ilaih

The English translation is: “I ask forgiveness of my sins from Allah, who is my Lord, and I turn towards Him.”

Things to do in Ramadan Second Ashra

Giving charity during this month serves as a means of seeking forgiveness for our sins, as stated in the hadith, ‘Charity extinguishes sinful deeds just as water extinguishes fire’ (Ibn Majah). Other acts of worship to engage in during these 10 days include:

  • Making dua to Allah (SWT) for your own forgiveness and the forgiveness of others.
  • Treating others kindly and seeking their forgiveness if you have wronged them.
  • Forgiving others if they have wronged you, enabling Allah (SWT) to forgive you.

Worshippers can also check Roza Rakhne Ki Dua and Roza Kholne Ki Dua along with its Urdu and English translations.

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