Ramadan Dua for First 10 days is the Dua recited diligently during the starting 10 days of the precious holy month which is also known as the first Ashra of Ramadan.
It’s one of the biggest rewards that Allah has given to us and has done a favor on the whole of humanity by providing us this auspicious month of Ramadan that has immense benefits.
Right now we don’t really value this month as much, as we should because most of the people still involved in bad activities, even in this month but they will realize the rewards and honor of this month after buried.
When there will be no chance to regret and come back, so it’s better to respect this month and leave all the sinful activities. As in Ramadan, the value of goodnesses (nekiyan) increased by 10x.
- The first 10 days of Ramadan is the first Ashra which is called as Ashra of Rehmat (Blessings)
- The second 10 days of Ramadan is the second Ashra which is called as Ashra of Maghfirat (Forgiveness)
- The third 10 days of Ramadan is the third Ashra which is called Ashra of freedom from Hellfire.
There are particular Dua for every 10 days of Ashra that is recited during those particular days for Blessings, Forgiveness, and freedom from Hell.
Ramadan Dua for first 10 days with meaning
Ramadan Dua for first 10 days is mentioned in the 18th chapter (para) of the Holy Quran in Surah Al-Mumenun and this Dua is in the last Ayat of Surah Al-Mumenun.
رَّبِّ ٱغْفِرْ وَٱرْحَمْ وَأَنتَ خَيْرُ ٱلرَّٰحِمِينَ
“Rabbig Fir Warham Wa Anta Khairur Rahemeen”
“O my Lord forgive and have mercy and you are the most merciful”
Remember this Dua to recite it in the first Ashra of Ramadan, Allah descends many blessings and prosperities on the person who recites it diligently during the first 10 days.
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Ramadan Dua for second 10 days with meaning
Many people ask, is there any suitable time allotted to recite the Dua of second Ashra or should we recite it after any Salat. But I shall tell you that there is no suitable time given, you can recite it at any time.
The second 10 days of Ramadan is the Ashra of forgiveness (Maghfirat), every Muslim should recite it diligently during these days, as in this period, Allah forgives the biggest sinners also.
أسْتَغْفِرُ اللهَ رَبي مِنْ كُلِ ذَنبٍ وَأتُوبُ إلَيهِ
“Astagfirullaha Rabbi Min Qulle Zam Biyon Wa Atubu Ilayh”
“I ask forgiveness of my sins from Allah who is my Lord and I turn towards Him”
Ramadan Dua for last 10 days with meaning
Last 10 days of Ramadan is the 3rd Ashra which is known for “freedom from Hellfire”. You can recite the dua of 3rd Ashra at any time or after any Salat, just include this in your Dua after Salat.
اَللَّهُمَّ أَجِرْنِي مِنَ النَّارِ
“Allahumma Ajirni Minan Naar”
“O Allah, save me from the fire (Jahannam)”