Dua Qunoot – Dua is a necessary act of worship in the life of a believer. It must be pronounced correctly if you want to get a reward by prayer. The approach must be pure. Ekhlas must be in the intention.
So in today’s blog, we discuss Dua Knott – pronunciation translation and some important masalas related to it.
Dua Qunoot – Analysis of lexical and lexical meanings
Literal Meaning – The word Qunoot is lexically applied to several meanings. Below are some of the meanings of Prasiddha.
- Loyal – as Allah Ta’ala says in the Holy Qur’an –
Meaning – loyal men and loyal women.
- Prayers – as the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said –
مَثَلُ المُجَاهِدِ في سَبيلِ اللهِ كَمَثَلِ الصَّائِمِ القَائِمِ القَانِتِ بآيَاتِ اللهِ
Meaning: The likeness of a person who fights in the way of Allah is like that of a fasting person standing in prayer with the verses of Allah.
- Silence – as Allah Ta’ala says –
حَافِظُوا عَلَى الصَّلَوَاتِ وَالصَّلَاةِ الْوُسْطَىٰ وَقُومُوا لِلَّهِ قَانِتِينَ
Meaning: Be careful of prayers, especially the middle prayers. And stand before Allah in silence.
- Stand up – for example, when the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) was asked which prayer is better, he replied –
Meaning – that prayer is recited standing for a long time.
Qunoot, in terminology, is the name of a special prayer in a specific manner in the last rak’ah of a particular prayer.
Dua Qunoot – Pronunciation and Bengali Translation
There are several prayers narrated from Sahaba Karam Dua Qunoot. Of which two prayers are pretty rich.
One of them was followed by the followers of the Hanafi school. The followers of the Shafi’i school follow the other.
Recitation and translation of Dua Qunoot in Hanafi Madhhab
اللمم ان نستعينك ونستغفرك ونؤمن بك ونتوكل عليك ونثنى عليك الخير ونشكرك ولا نكفرك ونخلع ونترك من يفجرك - اللهم اياك نعبد ولك نصلى ونسجد واليك نسعى ونحفد ونرجو رحمتك ونخشى عذابك ان عذابك بالكفار ملحق
Pronunciation – Allahumma Inna Nastahunuka. O Nastagfiruka. We no ‘Minu Bika. O Natawakkalu Alaika.
Wa Nusni Alaikal Khair. O Nashkuruka. Wa la nakfuruka. O nakhla-u. Wa Natruku. My Yafzuruka.
Allahumma yaka na’budu. Wa laka nussali. O nasjudu. Wa ilaika nasaya. O Nahfidu. Wa Narju Rahmataka. Wa Nakhsha Azabaka. Inna ajabaka bill kuffari mulhiq.
Translation: O Allah, we only seek Your help. I apologize to you. And I trust and rely on you.
I appreciate all your good deeds. And thank you. And do not deny you. However, avoid those who disobey you.
O Allah, we only worship You. I pray for you, I prostrate. I keep trying your way; let’s move forward.
I wish you mercy. I fear your punishment. Your punishment is only for the unbelievers.
Dua qunoot in Shafi’i Madhhab – Pronunciation and Translation
اللهم اهدنا فيمن هديت, وعافنا فيمن عافيت, وتولنا فيمن توليت, وبارك لنا فيما أعطيت, وقناشرما قضيت, إنك تقضى ولا يقضى عليك, إنه لا يذل من واليت ولا يعز من عاديت تباركت ربنا وتعاليت
Pronunciation – Allahummahdina fiman hadaita. Wa afina fiman afaita. O tawallana fiman tawallaita. Wa barik lana fima ataita. Wakina Sharri – Mother Qaida.
Innaka takzi wa la yukya laika. Innahu la yazillu man walaita. Wala yayiyu man adaita. Tabarakata Rabbana wa Tayalaita.
Translation: O Allah, guide me to the right path with those whom You have shown. Give me comfort with those whom you have given comfort.
Take my guardianship with those whom you have taken care of. Bless us with what you have given us. Protect us from the evil that you have decreed.
Indeed you are the judge. No one can rule over you. The person you have adopted is not humiliated.
And the person you have made an enemy does not get value. Blessed are you, our Lord. You are sublime.
Ruling and place of reciting Qunoot in Biti prayers
Do you have to repeat dua Qunoot in Biti prayers? When to read? Before or after Kuku? There is disagreement among the Imams about this. I will discuss it briefly below.
Ruling and place of reciting Dua Qunoot in Hanafi Madhhab
According to Imam Abu Hanifa Rahimahullah, it is obligatory to repeat Doa Qunoot. According to Imam Abu Yusuf and Imam Muhammad, may Allah have mercy on him.
However, all three of them have agreed that Doa Kunut should be recited before Ruku throughout the year.
According to them, after reciting the Qur’an in the third rak’ah, the worshiper will recite the Takbeer, raise the hand, and recite the Dua Qunoot.
They are Ka’b Radi. According to the following hadith narrated from Dua Qunoot before Ruku presented the document on recitation.
`The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) used to recite Doa Qunoot before bowing. ‘
But presented no document in the Hanafi Madhhab on raising the hand saying Takbeer while reciting Doa Qunoot. That is why many have declared such hand-wringing as undocumented.
If one bows without reciting Doa Qunoot, then after standing up from Ruku, Qunoot will not be repeated. Will pardon not from it. But he has to prostrate.
Maliki Shafi’i and Hanbali schools
Maliki Madhhab: According to the Maliki Madhhab, it is not permissible to recite Doa Qunoot in the Biti prayer. I want any day of the year.
Taus – Rahimahullah – said that reciting Qunoot in Biti prayers is a bit. Therefore, it is narrated that Ibn ‘Umar (may Allah be pleased with him) never recited Qunoot.
However, according to the Maliki school of thought, it is makruh to recite Qunoot in the Biti prayer. There is another opinion that Imam Malik used to recite Kunt at the end of Ramadan.
Shafi’i Madhhab: According to the Shafi’i Madhhab, it is mustahabb to recite Doa Qunoot only at the end of the month of Ramadan. If you perform Biti by one rak’ah, Qunoot will fall in this rak’ah.
If you pass by more than one rak’ah, Qunoot will fall in the last rak’ah. However, according to the Shafi’i Madhhab, after raising the head from the Ruku, the doa Qunut should be recited.
Hanbali Madhhab: According to the Hanbali Madhhab, Sunnat recites Qunoot at the end of one rak’ah of Vitr throughout the year.
Abu Hurairah – Radiyallahu Anhu – Narrated –
`The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) used to recite Qunoot while bowing. ‘
However, it would be permissible for someone to raise his hand with Takbeer after Kirat and recite Qunoot before Ruku.
Because the Ka’b (may Allah be pleased with him) narrates:
`The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) used to recite Qunoot before bowing in the Biti prayer. ‘