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Ali al-Dheeb

Best duas to get good deeds?

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As-salamu 3alaykoum wa rahmatoullah.

I would like to know the best/easiest duas to get alot of good deeds easily, and alot of sins removed. For example in sunni Islam, reciting salawat removes 10 sins or/and gives you 10 good deeds.

Please only quote sahih ahadith/dua. Jazakallah

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Salam. If you make dua in the Holy Month of Ramadan, your duas are accepted, inShaAllah, because this is the month when the Holy Qur'an was revealed. On Laylatul Qadr, the Night of Power, it is said that good deeds are equal to your good deeds of 1,000 months. See the Holy Qur'an 97:3. 

https://www.al-islam.org/supplications-month-ramadhan/laylatul-qadr-night-power

http://www.duas.org/laylat_aamaal.htm

Edited by Hameedeh
To add the links.

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18 hours ago, Ali al-Dheeb said:

For example in sunni Islam, reciting salawat removes 10 sins or/and gives you 10 good deeds.

I think fasting is the best thing to earn "Ajr". As Allah said in Quran that for Fasting the ajr is up to Him. Depends on your Niyat. 

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11 hours ago, Ashvazdanghe said:

this page of site is about  specificpurpose such as good deeds & erasing Sins 

http://www.duas.org/specificpurpose.htm

No mention of this in your link.

5 hours ago, notme said:

Why not just do good deeds? 

Why not answer my question?

4 hours ago, Messam RAza said:

I think fasting is the best thing to earn "Ajr". As Allah said in Quran that for Fasting the ajr is up to Him. Depends on your Niyat. 

Please no "I think"...

3 hours ago, Danish-Ali said:

There is nothing that can be better than Ayat Al-Kursi. 

Prove it

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it depends on will & purpose of each person at first you must have good will& purpose & I think if you do all your good deeds for Imam Mahdi (ATF) it will be have more effect if Allah Wants this.

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