Corona virus ki Dua, also known as COVID-19, has affected people all over the world, causing widespread fear and uncertainty. One way to cope with this difficult situation is through prayer, and many people are searching for “Corona ki dua,” or a prayer for protection from the virus.
One such prayer is Surah Al-Baqarah, verse 286, which says, “For every nation, there is a direction to which they face (in their prayers). So, hasten towards all that is good. Wherever you may be, Allah will bring you together (on the Day of Resurrection).” This verse reminds us that no matter where we are or what we are going through, we are all facing the same direction and striving towards goodness and unity.
Another prayer that is commonly recited for protection from the virus is Surah Al-Falaq, the 113th chapter of the Quran. This chapter begins with the words, “Say: I seek refuge in the Lord of the dawn,” and goes on to ask for protection from the evil of what has been created and the evil of the darkness when it comes. This prayer is particularly powerful because it not only asks for protection from the virus, but also from all other evils that may come our way.
In addition to these specific prayers, it’s also important to remember the power of general supplications and seeking forgiveness from Allah. Dua is the act of asking Allah for something and it is very powerful. The Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said, “Dua is the weapon of the believer.” Remembering to ask Allah for protection and guidance during this difficult time can bring peace and comfort to our hearts.
It is also important to remember to practice good hygiene and follow the guidelines set by health officials to protect ourselves and others from the virus. This includes washing hands frequently, wearing a mask, and maintaining social distance. We should also remember to show compassion and empathy towards those who have been affected by the virus, and to support each other during this difficult time.
while we may feel helpless and uncertain during this pandemic, we can find comfort and protection in prayer. Reciting Surah Al-Baqarah, verse 286 and Surah Al-Falaq, as well as making general supplications and seeking forgiveness can bring peace to our hearts and remind us that we are not alone in this struggle. It is also important to remember to practice good hygiene and follow the guidelines set by health officials, and to support and show compassion towards those affected by the virus.