Lesson 10 For Children : Salah (Part 09 – Dua Al-Qunoot)

بِسْمِ اللّهِ الرَّحْمَنِ الرَّحِيمِ

Bissmillah-i-Rahman-i-Raheem
(In the name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful)

Assalamoalaikum,
Here is the Dua al Qunoot, which is recited in the last Rak’at of the salat in Salat-al-Witr.

Allahumma Inna Nastainuka,
Wa nastagh firuka,
Wa nu’u minubika
Wanatawwakal alaika
Wa nuthni alaikal khair kulluhu,
Wa nashkuruka,
Wala nakfiruka,
Wa nakhla oo,
Wa natruku,
Mainyyaf juruk
Allahumma iyyaka na’budu
Walaka nusalli
Wa nasjudu,
Wa ilaika nas’aa
Wa nakhfidu
Wa narju rahmataka,
Wa nakhshaa Adhabaka,
Inna Adhabaka bil kuffari mulhiq.

Translation:
O Allah! We beg help from You alone; ask forgiveness from You alone, and turn towards You and praise You for all the good things and are grateful to You and are not ungrateful to You and we part and break off with all those who are disobedient to you. O Allah! You alone do we worship and pray exclusively to You and bow before You alone and we hasten eagerly towards You and we fear Your severe punishment and hope for Your Mercy as your severe punishment is surely to be meted out to the unbelievers.

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5 Responses to Lesson 10 For Children : Salah (Part 09 – Dua Al-Qunoot)

  1. Ayesha says:

    Thanks for this nice post!

    I’ve to confess I often forget the words of this dua during namaz! :|

  2. I had only “ratta fied ” it since I was a kid and further fortified the “ratta” when I was about 13. now I can say the ratta with tajweed too:p

    Alhamdolillah though, doing salah properly makes a huge difference.

  3. Rio Team says:

    not bad but great is there any dua for ridness of sadness i need that one

  4. Me says:

    There is a second choice of the Surah.
    Start: Allahumma ahdina feeman ……..

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