Sajde Ki Dua, also known as the Dua of Prostration, is a prayer recited by Muslims during the act of Sajdah, or prostrating, in their daily Salah (prayer). It is a crucial part of the Muslim faith and holds great importance in Islamic culture.
In the Dua of Prostration, Muslims ask for forgiveness and seek guidance from Allah (God) through recitation of specific verses from the Quran. It is considered to be a time of humility and submission to Allah, and is seen as an opportunity to purify the soul and seek blessings.
The act of Sajdah is performed during the daily Salah, and is performed twice in each of the five daily prayers. During the Sajdah, Muslims place their forehead, nose, hands, knees, and feet on the ground, and recite the Sajde Ki Dua while in this position.
There are various translations and interpretations of the Dua of Prostration, but its essence remains the same across all interpretations. The core message of the Dua is to seek forgiveness and guidance from Allah, and to express gratitude for His blessings.
Sajde Ki Dua is not only a physical act, but also a spiritual one. It is a reminder for Muslims to remain humble and submit to the will of Allah, and to always seek His guidance in all aspects of life. The Dua serves as a reminder to stay true to one’s faith and to always strive for goodness and righteousness.