Wazu, also known as ablution, is an important ritual in Islam that involves washing certain parts of the body before prayer. One of the key components of wazu is reciting the Wazu Karne Ki Dua, or the ablution prayer. In this article, we will discuss the significance of wazu and the proper way to recite the Wazu Karne Ki Dua.
Wazu is considered to be a purification of the body and the soul, and it is a way for Muslims to physically and spiritually prepare themselves for prayer. The act of wazu is said to cleanse the body of impurities and to bring the mind and heart into a state of humility and submission before Allah.
The Wazu Karne Ki Dua is recited before beginning the physical act of wazu. The dua, or prayer, is as follows: “Ashhadu an la ilaha illallah, wa ashhadu anna Muhammadan rasulullah” (I bear witness that there is no god but Allah, and I bear witness that Muhammad is the messenger of Allah). This declaration of faith is a reminder of the oneness of Allah and the importance of submission to his will.
To perform wazu, one must first make the intention to do so and recite the Wazu Karne Ki Dua. Then, the face, hands, arms, head, and feet must be washed in a specific order. The face is washed three times, the hands are washed three times, and the arms are washed three times, starting from the right and then the left. The head is then wiped once and the feet are washed three times, starting with the right and then the left.
It is important to note that wazu is invalidated if certain conditions are met, such as passing wind, urinating, or having a bowel movement. In these cases, wazu must be performed again.