DUA FOR GETTING MARRIED SOON.

DUA FOR GETTING MARRIED SOON.

Postby hina khan » Sat Nov 09, 2013 11:55 am

ASSALAM WALEKUM, MAI EK MIDDLE CLASS MUSLIM FAMILY SE HUN. MERI MAA KUCH SAAL PEHLE GUZAR GAYI THI. MERE PAPA MERI SHADI K LIYE KOI RISHTA NAHI DEKH RAHE HAI. WOH SIRF WAQT AUR MERE NASEEB K HI BHAROSE HAI. MAI JOB KARTI HUN AUR SAARI NAMAAZE NAHI PADH PAATI. MUJHE AAP AISI DUA BATAIYE JO MAI CHALTE FIRTE ZYADA SE ZYADA PADH SAKU. AUR MERA NIKAH JALD SE JALD AUR ACHE GHAR MAI HO JAYE.
ENGLISH TRANSLATION
Assalamu Alaikum
I am from a middle class family. My mother died some years ago. My father is not searching any marriage relation for me. He is only depending on time and my destiny. I am doing job and cannot offer all Namaz. Give me some dua which I can recite even while roaming. So that my Nikah (engagement) get soon and in good family...
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Re: DUA FOR GETTING MARRIED SOON.

Postby bibi amina » Sat Nov 09, 2013 11:58 am

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http://islam.com/questions/24589/dua-for-getting-married-soon

Note: Read the above dua with the Niyyah of finding a wife or husband and the Best time is at Fajr. As Fajr is when Dunya Rizq or needs and it gives flow or Madat-Help of Dunya Support or needs. While making Dhikr at Asr gives rise to the Rizq of Spiritual Openings of the Heart and it gives flow or Madat-Help of Akhira Support or needs, As Sayyidun Adam was created at Asr time.
From Imam Haddad ... be extremely careful to always keep alive the periods between the dawn–fajr and sunrise-(salat al-Ishraq is 15mins after is sunrise), and between the afternoon prayer-‘Asr and Maghirb-sunset for these are noble times where those servants who turn to Allah receive the flow of assistance-(Madaad or madaat).
The time following the dawn prayer-Fajr when kept alive, has a powerful and specific effect in attracting material provision-Riqz, whereas, the time following the afternoon prayer-‘Asr if kept alive, has the powerful effect in attracting provision-Rizq for the heart-Rizq (also means knowledge). Taken from Imam Haddad’s book ‘Two treatises mutual Reminding and Good Manners’ in section from Good Manners Chapter 8’.
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