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I would like to share these gems with my fellow brothers and sisters. 9 different forms of praying for desires (halal and legitimate desires of course). They are taken from The Prayers Almanac (Mafatih-al-Jinaan). See cover below: I will post each of the 9 seperately - apologies for the quality. iltemas-e-dua.
Salam alaykum, I have a couple questions regarding reciting ziyarat ashura for haajat fulfillment. 1) Can my haajat still get fulfilled if I recite it by reading the transliteration from a book, and listening to it, bc I don't know the ziyarat? 2) When reciting ziyarat ashura for 40 days, for haajat fulfillment, do I recite it when I'm on my period as well? 3) The parts of it where it says to recite 100 times, do I have to recite it 100 times, or is it okay with just one? 4) Also the part where you have to be in sujood, if I don't know ziyarat ashura by tongue, and I'm reciting by reading from a book, do I have to be in sujood, bc how can I be in sujood position when reading the text from a book.
This dua is a very important dua that, thanks to Allah, solved many problems of mine. This dua is said to solve many of your problems and open the doors of blessings for you. So please use this dua to forgive each and every person that has ever wronged you or hurt you in your life. In exchange for this benevolent act, Allah will bless you and grant your wishes because "Indeed, Allah is with those who are patient" (2:153). "Ya Allah, in the saddaqa of the Five Infallibles, I have forgiven (so-and-so). Ya Allah, in the saddaqa of the Five Infallibles, I request you to forgive (so-and-so...) too. And, in exchange for that, please forgive all my sins and bestow your generosity towards me." Please share this dua with as many people as you can. This will increase your status in front of Allah and for surely, Allah will remove your hardships and ease your troubles sooner insha Allah.
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