The Dictionary of Dua Quotes in English Arabic Hindi Urdu is an indispensable resource for those who wish to understand better what a dua is. This is not a book but a serious translation of the original Arabic, Dua Quotes in English Arabic Hindi Urdu, and both the English and the Arabic appear in their English-language texts in the same font size, text size, and justification.
Dua Quotes in English Arabic Hindi Urdu, the best of the translations of duas by Sufi Muslim men of knowledge over the years and have put them together in one book. A lot of thought has gone into the selection of these sentences from which many inspirational dua are included.
Here are some of the unique and noteworthy quotes:
«You can never get enough of those blessed who help others» “God does not reward sinful action, but the good man has a reward waiting for him.” Dua Quotes in English Arabic Hindi Urdu. «Do not judge, for the Lord knows the thoughts of your heart.” «Follow your heart. And if it tells you to do good, do it. If it tells you to do bad, do not do it.» «We belong to God and we have to obey Him. If a person does not believe that, he has not the light in his heart”.
«Avoid the easy way. It will never lead to fulfillment.” Dua Quotes in English Arabic Hindi Urdu “The alms-door of Allah is like a door of knowledge and understanding: there are many who are ignorant but a few are wise”. “The mercy of Allah and His bounties do not last forever. The merciful do not see the calamities which can come upon us, and He does not forget His servants.
It is only as they turn back to Him that they can be saved.” «O Beloved, a believer is not a doubter and does not become a disbeliever. However he is troubled with many doubts, of that I have seen, and this causes him to transgress. He then supplicates (for forgiveness) and forgives in a single breath; Dua Quotes in English Arabic Hindi Urdu, you will notice the hope in his eyes and the sound in his voice.” “There is no doubt about that Allah is a great god, which is the well-wisher to the family and the prophet”.
“In the end, the answers for every problem lie in the advice of those whom you respect.” «The Prophet used to say: You may not believe until the last person dies”. «The evidence of our Lord, Dua Quotes in English Arabic Hindi Urdu, in that He has forbidden that anything whatsoever is brought near Him, except the body of the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him).» «We do not know what next to do.
You should never forsake anything with a mind of doubt”. “Whenever a person asks me about a matter in which I have little knowledge, I say to him: I will perform the miracle that is required if you believe in me.” “The happiest of mankind is one who spends in pious worship”.
«The word “luck” means that one who is a believer receives the most from the bounties of the Earth and meets every difficulty without a limit”.
«For every day of a thousand years, there is a day for every dua».
“We are living in the era of appearance, which gives people the idea that they should have the preoccupation of seeing the celestial bodies and of allaying their heart before this appearance comes. No! We should learn to believe and to say: It is by the grace of God that He has manifested the appearance of His creatures, employing His signs and by His goodness, and He has not limited them by any difference”.
«Those who remain in dua will not remain in Dua Quotes in English Arabic Hindi Urdu. Indeed, Allah is the All-Knowing, the All-Knowing. Whatever he is revealed to the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) will be written down and the remembrance of it will be forever fixed”.
«For those who know but do not fulfill their commitments, they will face the ultimate fall, just like the kite which meets its end in the grass».
«From the beginning of the creation of this Universe until the return of the Righteous, an apparent order of events exists. Despite this apparent order, a difference of one order affects another by provoking resistance and producing loss and end in confusion».
«Love is that which regulates our actions and regulates our speech. If you love, you will say it, and if you say it, you will feel it in your heart. For this reason, if you speak words of kindness and do not feel them in your heart, it will be apparent that you do not love”.
“It is your Will to be happy. When you cease to act on this Will and take no action, your heart is without clear thought, for it is your Heart that will think. And it is your Spirit that will hear, and it is your Spirit that will respond. So, if you give up your Will, then your heart will find itself in tranquility, and your Spirit will move your heart”.
«The most useful (preparations) for those who prepare for the Day of Resurrection are (too) purify their hearts from the likes of anger, desire, aversion, jealousy, (anger at) their bodies, envy, unjust quarrels, drunkenness, and (the longing) to (remain) after a Prophet.»
«If you love Allah, do not love thyself more than Allah. Nor bear other sins than these in intimacy with Allah, the Most Merciful, the Most Generous.”
“For men who want to be nearer to their Lord, to join the ranks of those who know (the day of the Day of Resurrection), the most suitable course is that of making prostration”.
«The bottom of things is forgiveness. We have sinned, but we also have the days of death. Those who pray, can go back to their previous life. There are many people who think that there is no afterlife”.
“The moon changes its brightness according to the position of the Sun. When the Sun rises, the sky is illuminated and the moon appears. When the Sunsets, the moon appears. The hour of the month is the time for prayers”.
«You should not join with other sins”.
“But if you make a night and a Day (nighter and Rayner) (one), then it is because of hatred and enmity with a thing. Why? because that thing is black and you have black souls”. «And again: do not steal. If you should desire to steal, do it in the time of night when you cannot be caught”.
«You should then pray for the dead. If they have died of old age, say this prayer: “May your souls be satisfied with your wealth”. If they have died of hatred, then say this prayer: “May the blood of those who died hatred be upon their souls”. And if they have died due to a mistake, then say this prayer:
“May they be as merciful to their families as they were to you”. And if they died due to insult, then say this prayer: “May those who insulted them be ashamed of their deeds”. And if they have died because of thirst, then say this prayer: “May you be watered with the coming rain”. And if they have died of thirst, then you should say this prayer: “May you never thirst”. And if they have died of illness, then say this prayer: “May you be healed from illness”.
And if they have died of pain, then you should say this prayer: “May the sickness of others disappear from your bodies”. And if they have died because of despair, then you should say this prayer: “May you never despair”. If they have died due to the sword, then say this prayer: “May you be cut off by the sword”.
And if they have died due to drowning, then you should say this prayer: “May the depth of the sea not swallow you up”. If they have died due to burning, then say this prayer: “May you be put on fire by the fire”. And if they have died due to slavery, then say this prayer: “May you be set free by the slavery of others”.
Allah quotes in Arabic
Being holy means that one has identified with the ONE. Nothing else is as important. Holy is an expression of acceptance and submission to the Divine Will. The Word of God is very powerful and it is the central principle and the source of all the other holy messages. Abraham was the first Jew of truth and the first Holy Prophet of Islam.
He was a champion of truth, love, and peace. The Qur’an says that the Prophet Muhammad is a messenger of love. The Qur’an does not accept any religion except Islam. This fact of the Prophet is often misunderstood.
There are many interpretations of the Holy Qur’an by many people, including so-called true scholars of Islam. But Allah says that the Prophet Muhammad is the messenger of Love and Peace. He is given the world in the name of Allah. He is the One and the way to the highest of all worlds.
Even though many thousands of Qur’an verses are mentioned, nothing in the Qur’an was more profound than the opening verses of the Holy Qur’an, “This is the scripture of all the prophets and the complete message of Allah to mankind and those who have believed, whether male or female, young or old.”
The Holy Qur’an says, “The Messenger of Allah (PBUH) was sent with a revelation to all of humanity. It is a message about submission to God, unity of humankind, the last judgment, the Day of Judgment, the new life after death, and all that we ask for God’s forgiveness on earth. God sent this message to Muhammad (peace be upon him) to avert the mistakes of the people and to change their unjust actions.”
This is an open message to all mankind in all languages and all corners of the earth.
Today, Muslims make up about 1.7 billion people and almost a third of the world population. The Holy Qur’an, the Quran, is a revelation to all people without any caste or creed. For those who have fallen away from the truth of Islam, the message of Islam is like the Tower of Babel. It would be better to commit suicide than listen to that voice.
The Holy Qur’an calls upon the true believers to do charity and become rich for the sake of God. And those who have been misled in the way of Islam, are the sinners, for they do not do charity nor are they rich for the sake of God.
The first duty of every Muslim is to believe in the Lord of All (Allah) and ask for forgiveness for his sins. Then he can follow all the good teachings of Islam.
One who has believed in God will never sin and Allah will never take His side with the unjust. When a Muslim makes a mistake, he will be forgiven, as long as he is a true Muslim. When a non-Muslim sin, Allah will never forgive the sin, and the killer will go to hell forever.
“Verily, the punishment of those who wage war against Allah and His messenger and strive upon earth [to cause] corruption is none but that they are killed or crucified or that their hands and feet be cut off from opposite sides or that they are exiled from the land. That is for them a disgrace in
What are the Quran quotes?
Quran (Arabic: قلعة qīlaat; Arabic: سَقَالَة shaqālat, IPA: [ʕæɛkʕæːɑːt]) is a universal and complete compilation of Muhammad’s sayings that contains a literal English translation of every single word and sentence, to deliver the Qur’anic message. When translating the Quran, the main task is to make it understandable in the recipient’s native language.
In addition to words and sentences, there are numerous Quranic statements, tafsir (commentaries on the Quran), and sawdust (explanations and lessons from the Quran) (fakir). Many Quranic verses can be taken out of context and made to apply to any given situation.
At its core, the Quran is a straightforward translation of the Arabic (and some dialectal) texts by medieval Muslim scholars. Nonetheless, certain ambiguities often occur in the Arabic written text. This translation will also contain some embellishments from early versions of the Quran. Certain of these traditions are unique to each language. In many respects, English is considered to be more complete than Arabic.
Many of the Quranic verses, and the surahs (chapters) in Arabic have different pronunciations, spelling, and vocabulary. This is because the Arabic Quran has undergone a process of interpretation and interpretation of the Quran, as well as the appearance of many later versions of the Quran.
The Quran was divided into chapters (al-Majrit) and as it would be printed, it would be divided into syllables (ra’y), and sometimes between these, words would be separated using dots and a dash in the shape of a right angle on the left-hand side of the syllable. For example, the Arabic word عمر الشقاء “harm al-sugar” would be printed as “rāḥ al-saghu’u’u”, and لاما عمر الشقاء “lām al-saghu’u’ū”, with a dash over the “ā” and a dot and dash over the “ū” to differentiate them.
The alphabets for the Arabic Quran were originally non-syllabic with ‘ẓ’, ‘꘥’, ‘ẖ’, ‘Γ’, ‘Ỉ’, ‘Ẕ’ and ‘ʌ’ serving as the consonant, vowel and syllable values respectively. Later, some of these letters were transformed into a symbol. The diacritics were later moved into their script, as well as the use of diacritics on letters. The diacritics on ‘ẓ’ (‘) were used in many other languages, such as Latin.
A Quranic verse is simply the sum of the components in the sequence of letters and vowels, with the word as the Unit of Reading, although there are specific rules to follow. The context of the Quran dictates the spelling and syllabic components and was the original method used in translating the Quran.
There are two basic writing systems in use to transcribe Arabic. The first and most commonly used is the Arabic script. This uses seven different diacritic marks called asterisks, or tildes, to show different sounds. The first diacritic represents a voiced consonant, the second represents a labial consonant, and so on. The second system is used almost exclusively for Quranic manuscripts. The number of diacritics used in the diacritics also depends on the Quran version, with some texts using fewer diacritics than others.
The Quran’s primary medium of communication is the Arabic language. In Arabic, each vowel is represented by a letter called a letter of the alphabet, which is read left-to-right, top-to-bottom. In the Quran, each word is separated by a diacritic, an extra letter, which represents the vowels and consonants of the word.
The Arabic word is made up of two parts, a root, which is the unit of the word, and a prefix, which is what tells the reader the meaning of the word. The meaning of the root is written with a diacritic in front of the word, while the meaning of the prefix is written with an apostrophe (.) after the word.
The root usually has some syllables, or mas and the final syllable is a vowel, such as in the word يقف (faraq), which means a quantity, from فرق (Iraq), “order” and فعلى (falaq), “length”,.
The language has five vowels, which are all represented by a vowel point (a small dot) placed above the vowel, called a vowel diacritic or ‘Rizā’ or ‘ṭāʾ’ in the Arabic alphabet.
Vowel length is one of the primary features of the Arabic language. In a word that consists of multiple vowels, each vowel is written as one syllable, with the length of the vowel indicated by the addition of a diacritic above each vowel.
The Arabic alphabet consists of a set of 28 letters. It consists of 20 consonants and 6 vowels. There are five vowels which are short and two long, or open, vowel sounds. Some diacritics indicate the length of the vowel and ‘apostrophe’ to distinguish a short vowel from a long one. Some people say that the traditional version of the Arabic script is most similar to a running capital, while others say it is closer to a columnar hand.
Till now the conventional Arabic alphabet is as follows:
Ra , ( ( open ) را , Rash, رس ) Dha , ( ( open ) د خ ) Dhi , ( ( open ) د ض ) Chī , ( ( close ) ش ش ) Chīd , ( ( close ) ش س ) Tāl , ( ( close ) ط ط ) Daḍān , ( ( close ) ذ ذ ) Zamān , ( ( close ) ز ز ) Adān , ( ( close ) ر ر ) Nabān , ( ( close ) ب ب ) Dajān , ( ( close ) ج ج ) Bahān , ( ( close ) ح ح ) Faḍān , ( ( close ) ص ص ) Bahūn , ( ( close ) ش ش ) Alif , ( ( open ) ل الفعلان ) Muḥammad , ( ( open ) محمد ) Saʿīd , ( ( open ) سعد ) Said , ( ( open )
سعدي ) Hasan , ( ( open ) حسن ) Hajīd , ( ( open ) حجدي ) عبدالله , ( ( open ) عبدالله الذي يا عادة ) Allāh , ( ( open ) الله ) Hakīm , ( ( open ) حسيم ) حفل , ( ( close ) قفق ) Rabbī , ( ( close ) ربو ) Malāʾil , ( ( close ) ملاح ) Maalik , ( ( close ) ملك ) Mahdi , ( ( close ) مهدي
) Uḥammad , ( ( open ) أحمد ) Akhbār , ( ( close ) أخبار ) Jaʿfar , ( ( close ) جحاف ) Zaynāʾī , ( ( close ) زين ) Raḥīm , ( ( open ) رَحْم , pronounced in a stressed syllable ) القَصِيّة (أقْصَىىىك ) الراعى ( الراعيى ) فَيْوَافْر ( فيْوْافْر ) ابْن نَضْر ( يُنْضْر ) رَبَى ( رَبِى ) من رَبِي ( من رَبِي ) سَبِيل ( سَبِيل ) يَصِير ( رَابِي ) أَنَضْر ( أَنَضْر ) سَأَنْرَيْر ( سَأَنْرَيْر ) إِبْرَاهِيم ( إِبْرَاهِي
What are dua quotes?
isiobu kano postulates Dua Quotes in English Arabic Hindi Urdu goes from primary sources to secondary sources. From childhood, it is written about the Prophet Muhammad in Quran, Hadith, and Sira. What is a primary source? According to this belief, primary sources are those sources the Prophet Muhammad used in his journey to bring Islam to the world.
However, in this project, we have ‘from children to adults, and I bet, our son, the hadith have just one source. In essence, from a primary source to a secondary source, and from a secondary source to a primary source. How has Dua Quotes in English Arabic Hindi Urdu text changed from being private to being public?
In the first four generations after Prophet Muhammad, it was considered a private matter. Only parents and teachers narrated hadiths. It was only until it became a matter of public discourse, that there was an interest in collecting and understanding hadiths. How has Dua Quotes in English Arabic Hindi Urdu changed from the times of nabi? has it become more linear or circular?
From the time of the Companions, nabi would write hadiths and memorize them for people to narrate them. I read once that some people, for example, used to recite this nawafil over 1000 times, as a way to memorize the hadith. I will have to correct this. Although dua has become a part of religious discourse, it is not the subject of the discourse.
Throughout the history of Islamic scholarship, Dua Quotes in English Arabic Hindi Urdu was not considered a part of Islamic discourse. The same applies to the Prophet. As we approach the conclusion of this project, we hope people can think about and critically analyze their own religious beliefs and practices.
Dua Quotes in English For friends who are afraid of their sexuality
How can friends be supportive towards a friend who is gay? Support begins by accepting who you are, not putting labels on yourself, and accepting who your friends are, both as individuals and in terms of their sexuality and gender. Someone who dares to be true to themselves is the one who will be most supportive of others in their position. It is not easy, but friends can be role models and help support the person through it.
If you feel your friend is in a vulnerable position, be a friend and stand by your friend’s side, tell them to make their voice heard, go to the club to stand by their side. Who are you to label a person who doesn’t want to fit into a category? I have been taught to love, respect, and accept everyone, no matter what. My community, friends, and my family teach me that and support me.
I don’t feel my sexuality is a huge burden, it has enabled me to be a part of a community, learn from others and their sexuality, grow and become a better person. My sister has seen me grow, to accept myself, to understand that I can only love myself and I can never control others. I wouldn’t want my friends to suffer from the fear of being who they are or what other people think of them.
Dua Quotes in English Arabic Hindi Urdu For friends who are afraid of their sexuality: Hello I’m a lesbian. Just being here and being comfortable in your skin is a huge accomplishment. I love you no matter what. I love you unconditionally You’re not the only one who has to go through this. You’re not the only one who has to hide who you are and be the scared one. If you can be that person for another, For everyone, Then I’m proud of you.
What are Islamic Love Quotes?
Islamic Love quotes are used by those who use Koran verses to explain the deep meanings of Islamic Love Quotes. Because Koran quotes, especially the ones of God, have a limited definition, you may not find any fitting for your interest. The ones we are going to share with you are, however, known as the popular quotes, the most popular ones, about love.
What are Islamic Love Quotes?
An Islamic love quote is an Islamic verse, called ihsaan or Ihsan, which is used to provide a detailed explanation about the deep meaning of Islamic love. Unlike other Muslim love quotes, Islamic love quotes use the sources from the Koran and the sayings of the Prophet, peace be upon him, to define love in Islam.
Why Muslims Love Love Quotes?
Many Muslims love quotes, because the meanings are related to Islam, they are very clear. Islamic quotes are a thing that is hard to miss if you know what they are. And if you are not familiar with them, then here are some of them.
- Koran, 3:30
It is widely used in Islamic quotes because it is the most famous love verse in Islam. This has always been used to talk about love and is the most common to be found in love quotes.
The interpretation of this verse says that the person with whom one is in love, who is that one, whom you want to share your love with, will be like yourself. The person with whom you are thinking of would be like you. He will be one who will love you, like you, cherish you, and meet all your needs.
- Surah Baqarah, 2:255
This is a famous quote, which helps understand the meaning of Allah’s love. Allah says “to the one who fears Allah, to the one who fears Allah, there is no object too small for your love.
- Surah Al-Kahf, 4:108
This is one of the famous love quotes which has been translated as ‘I love only the Beloved’. The meaning of this verse is as the Holy Prophet said, if you love someone, it doesn’t matter what he or she does. What matters is that you love him.
- Surah An-Nisaa, 4:68
This quote tells us that Allah is as big as we are. It says “Allah is a Lord as big as you and me.” Allah is bigger than both of us. What we see in Heaven is nothing compared to Him. He is bigger than the universe.
- Surah Salamah, 15:71
This quote is quite similar to the Quran’s love quote. But it uses a beautiful translation of the verse, which says, “this night and this day, he loved me and loved me more. I know him better than anyone else. His description in the Quran.
- Surah Baqarah, 2:265
This is a famous and fascinating quote, which is yet not well-known in the world. The other part of this verse says, that his love is everlasting and is for always. The people of love, never love for some moments of their lives. The love in their heart remains forever. So, when we talk about forever, it is the love, which remains forever and which never fades away.
- Surah Jaim, 16:120
This is one of the famous love quotes, which are in use to explain the beauty of true love. The verse says