What Is Dua/Wazaif In Islam?

In Islam, dua (Arabic: دُعَاء‎ ), literally meaning “invocation”, is an act of supplication. The term is derived from an Arabic word meaning to call out or to summon, and Muslims regard this as a profound act of worship. Muhammad is reported to have said, “Dua is the very essence of worship.”

There is a special emphasis on dua in Muslim spirituality and early Muslims took great care to record the supplications of Muhammad and transmit them to subsequent generations. These traditions precipitated new genres of literature in which prophetic supplications were gathered together in single volumes that were memorized and taught.

Collections such as al-Nawawi’s Kitab al-Adhkar and Shams al-Din al-Jazari’s al-Hisn al-Hasin exemplify this literary trend and gained significant currency among Muslim devotees keen to learn how Muhammad supplicated to God.

Wazaif for Marriage Problems

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Wazaif for Magic Problems

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Wazaif for Homely Problems

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Wazaif for Various Problems

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Wazaif for Personal Needs/Hajat

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