Everyone wants to get married as it’s a part of life which will make us happy and give us companionship and love throughout our life. At some point in life, we all want to marry a good person and live a happy marital life. Marriage is the definition of companionship in which the spouses commit in a sacred relationship. In this article, we are going to tell you dua for getting married , dua to get married , dua for a good husband , dua rizq.

dua for getting married

Finding a good proposal for girls and boys both have become a nightmare for parents. It is not about the ‘best’ proposal all the time, but yes parents wait for the right people to come. It makes them nervous and worried if the marriage proposals keep delaying due to any reason. In such circumstances, Muslims should never forget that only Allah Almighty knows the right time for the things to happen but we should not lose hope and pray to Him for the best. here dua to get married.

dua for getting married
dua for getting married

Quran 2:201 Al Baqara

“Rabbanaa aatinaa fidunyaa hasana, wa fil aakhirati hasana, wa qinaa azaabannaar

“Our Lord! Give unto us in the world that which is good and in the Hereafter that which is good, and guard us from the doom of Fire.”

Quran 28 : 24 Al Qasas

“Rabbi inni lima anzalta ilayya min kharyin faqeer”

“My Lord, I am ever needful of any favor that You may send my way”

dua to get married

dua to get married
dua to get married

According to hadith narrated by Tirmidhi

“Allahumma aghnini bi halalika `an haramika wa bi ta`atika `an ma`siyatika wa bi fadlika `amman siwaka”.

“O Allah, make me self-sufficient with what You have declared as halal for me so that I am not compelled to resort to that which is haram; and make me self-sufficient with Your obedience so that I am not compelled to disobey You; and make me self-sufficient with Your favor so that I do not need to look to others for favor”.

Quran 89:21 (An Anbiya)

“Rabbi la tadharnia fardana wa’anta khayrul waritheen

“O my Lord do not let me live alone and You are the Most Excellent Inheritor.”

Dua narrated by Imam Ali

“Allahuma arzuqniy zawjatan wadudaan waludaan shakuraan ghayuraan ‘iin ‘ahsant shakarat w ‘iin ‘asat ghafarat wa ‘iin dhakart allah taealaa ‘aeanat w ‘iin nasiyt dhakarat w ‘iin kharajt min eindiha hafizat wa ‘iin dakhalt ealayha surat w ‘iin ‘amartuha ‘ataeatniy w ‘iin ‘aqsamt ealayha ‘abarat qasamiy wa ‘iin ghadibt ealayha ‘ardatniy ya dha aljalal w al’iikram hab liy dhalik fa’iinama ‘as’alukah wa la akhidh aila ma manant wa a’taayt”

“O Allah, bless me, a friendly wife, and thank You for Your gratitude, if I have done well, thank you, and if I have sinned, forgive me, and if you remember God, I have helped you. If you forgot, I remembered, and if I went out of her, I saved her, and if I entered her, I passed by her and ordered her to obey me. Glory and Glory to Him I ask Him and take only what I give and give”

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dua for a good husband

Getting confused finding a good husband for us? It is recommended you have to perform dua to get a good husband. When a woman has already in a productive age, they need a person to share with and together reaching the goal of life. There are the following dua in finding a good husband:

Rabbi hablee min ladunka zaujan tayyiban wayakoonaa sahiban lee fiddeeni wadunyaa wal aahirat

O Lord, give me the best husband from your side, the husband who also became my best friend in the affairs of religion, world affairs & the hereafter

dua rizq

In the saheeh Sunnah there is no known prayer specifically for asking for increased provision. The Duas that some website claims to increase and Rizq are not proven by any authentic hadeeth . However Quran and Hadeeth mentions some of the Amal that can help in increasing our Rizq and Provision.

Narrated from Umm Salamah (RA) that the Prophet (Peace of be upon Him) used to say after Fajr prayer:

“Allahumma inni as aluka rizqan tayyiban wa ‘ilman naafi‘an wa ‘amalan mutaqabbalan

(O Allah, I ask You for a good (halal) provision, beneficial knowledge and accepted deeds).” [Ahmad, Ibn Maajah]