Dua At The Time Of Lowering A Dead Body Into A Grave | میت کو قبر میں رکھتے وقت کی دعا

Lowering a deceased loved one into their final resting place is a moment filled with solemnity, grief, and reflection. As we bid farewell to their earthly presence, it is customary to offer supplications to seek solace, guidance, and forgiveness. In this deeply poignant moment, here are some dua (supplications) that can be recited with sincerity and devotion.

  1. “Bismillah hir Rahmanir Rahim” (In the name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful): Begin the dua by invoking the name of Allah, seeking His divine mercy and compassion during this difficult time.

  2. “Allahu Akbar” (Allah is the Greatest): Acknowledge the greatness and sovereignty of Allah, recognizing His ultimate control over life and death.

  3. “Allahumma ajirni fi musibati wa akhlif li khayran minha” (O Allah, reward me in my affliction and compensate me with something better): Request Allah to grant you patience and strength in the face of this trial and to bestow upon you blessings and goodness in return.

  4. “Allahumma ighfir li hayyina wa mayyitina wa shahidina wa gha’ibina wa sagheerina wa kabeerina wa dhakarina wa unthana” (O Allah, forgive our living and our dead, those present and those absent, our young and our old, our males and our females): Seek forgiveness for the deceased and for all those present at the graveside, beseeching Allah to encompass them in His infinite mercy.

  5. “Allahumma ati nafsahu (or nafsan) taqiyyatan wa zakiyyatan wa shahidatan wa gha’ibatan” (O Allah, grant peace, purity, and witness to his/her soul): Pray that Allah grants tranquility, purification, and bearing witness to the soul of the departed.

  6. “Allahumma la tahrimna ajrahu (or ajraha) wa la tudillana ba’dahu” (O Allah, do not deprive us of his/her reward and do not lead us astray after him/her): Beseech Allah not to withhold the reward that is due to the deceased and to guide those who are left behind, protecting them from straying away from the righteous path.

  7. “Rabbana atina fid-dunya hasanatan wa fil-akhirati hasanatan wa qina adhaban-nar” (Our Lord, give us the best in this world and the best in the Hereafter and save us from the punishment of the Hellfire): Pray for goodness and blessings in this life and the next, and seek protection from the torment of the Hellfire.

  8. “Inna lillahi wa inna ilayhi raji’un” (Surely we belong to Allah and to Him, we shall return): Reflect on the transient nature of life and reaffirm your acceptance of Allah’s decree, acknowledging that we all belong to Him and will ultimately return to Him.

During this emotionally charged moment, it is essential to recite these dua with sincerity and a heart full of faith. Remember to seek comfort and solace in the remembrance of Allah and in the knowledge that He is the All-Merciful, the All-Forgiving. Praying for the deceased and for oneself and seeking forgiveness and guidance can help alleviate some of the pain and sorrow experienced during this difficult time. May Allah grant patience, strength, and solace to all those who have lost their loved ones and may He envelop them in His infinite mercy.

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