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Supplication said when it rains
(164)
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Allahumma sayyiban nafiAAa.
O Allah, May it be a beneficial rain cloud.

61. After rainfall
(165)
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Mutirna bifadlil-lahi warahmatih.
We have been given rain by the grace and mercy of Allah.

62. Asking for clear skies
(166)
ǡ ȡ ɡ .
Allahumma hawalayna wala AAalayna, allahumma AAalal-akami waththirab, wabutoonil-awdiyah, wamanabitish-shajar.
O Allah, let the rain fall around us and not upon us, O Allah, (let it fall) on the pastures, hills, valleys and the roots of trees.

63. Upon sighting the crescent moon
(167)
ѡ .
Allahu akbar, allahumma ahillahu AAalayna bil-amni wal-eeman, wassalamati wal-islam, wattawfeeiqi lima tuhibbu watarda, rabbuna warabbukal-lah.
Allah is the greatest. O Allah, let the crescent loom above us in safety, faith, peace, and Islam, and in agreement with all that, You love and pleases You. Our Lord and your Lord is Allah.

64. Upon breaking fast
(168)
ޡ .
Thahabath-thama-o wabtallatil-AAurooq, wathabatal-ajru in shaal-lah.
The thirst has gone and the veins are quenched, and reward is confirmed, if Allah wills.

(169)
AAabdullah Ibn AAamr Ibn Al-AAas said: Indeed the fasting person has atrelated that the Messenger of Allah the time of breaking fast, a supplication which is not rejected. Ibn Abee Mulaykah said: I Heard AAabdullah Ibn AAomar say when he broke his fast:
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Allahumma inne as-aluka birahmatikal-latee wasiAAat kulla shay, an taghfira lee.
O Allah, I ask You by Your mercy which envelopes all things, that You forgive me.

65. Supplication before eating
(170)
When you are about to eat, you should say:
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Bismil-lah.
and if you forget to say it before starting, then you should say (when you remember):
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Bismil-lahi fee awwalihi wa-akhirih.
In the name of Allah in its beginning and end.

(171)
Whomever Allah feeds, should say:
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Allahumma barik lana feehi wa-atAAimna khayran minh.
O Allah, bless it for us and feed us better than it.
.and whomever Allah gives milk to drink should say:
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Allahumma barik lana feehi wazidna minh.
O Allah, bless it for usand give us more of it.

66.Upon completing the meal
(172)
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Alhamdu lillahil-lathee atAAamanee hatha warazaqaneehi min ghayri hawlin minnee wala quwwah.
All praise is for Allah who fed me this and provided it for me without any might nor power from myself.

(173)
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Alhamdu lillahi hamdan katheeran tayyiban mubarakan feeh, ghayra makfiyyin wala muwaddaAAin, wala mustaghnan AAanhu rabbuna.
Allah be praised with an abundant beautiful blessed praise, a never-ending praise, a praise which we will never bid farewell to and an indispensable praise, He is our Lord.
There are other views as regards to the understanding of this supplication, from them: Allah be praised with an abundant beautiful blessed praise. He is The One Who is sufficient, feeds and is not fed. The One Who is longed for, along with that which is with Him and The One Who is needed, He is our Lord.

67.Supplication of the guest for the host

(174)
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Allahumma barik lahum feema razaqtahum, waghfir lahum warhamhum.
O Allah, bless for them, that which you have provided them, forgive them and have mercy upon them.

68.Supplication said to one offering a drink or to one who intended to do that
(175)
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Allahumma atAAim man atAAamanee wasqi man saqanee.
O Allah, feed him who fed me, and provide with drink him who provided me with drink.
69. Supplication said when breaking fast in someones home
(176)
ѡ .
Aftara AAindakumus-sa-imoon, wa-akala taAAamakumul-abrar, wasallat AAalaykumul-mala-ikah.
May the fasting break their fast in your home, and may the dutiful and pious eat your food, and may the angles send prayers upon you.

70. Supplication said by one fasting when presented with food and does not break his fast
(177)
If you are not invited (to a meal) then answer. If you happen to be fasting, then supplicate (for those present) and if you are not fasting, then eat.

71. Supplication said upon seeing the early or premature fruit

(178)
ǡ ǡ ǡ .
Allahumma barik lana fee thamarina, wabarik lana fee madeenatina, wabarik lana fee saAAina wabarik lana fee muddina.
O Allah, bless our fruit for us, bless our town for us, blesses our saAA for us and blesses our mudd for us.
A saAA is equivalent to four mudds and a mudd is equivalent to a dry measure of an average mans two palms.

72. Supplication said upon sneezing
(179)
When one of you sneezes he should say:
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Alhamdu lillah.
All praise if for Allah.
and his brother or companion should say to him:
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Yarhamukal-lah.
May Allah have mercy upon you.
and he (i.e. the one who sneezed) replies back to him:
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Yahdeekumul-lahu wayuslihu balakum.
May Allah guide you and rectify your condition.

73. Supplication said to the newlywed

(180)
ߡ ߡ .
Barakal-lahu lak, wabaraka AAalayk, wajamaAAa baynakuma fee khayr.
May Allah bless for you (your spouse) and bless you, and may He unite both of you in goodness.

74. The grooms supplication on the wedding night or when buying an animal

(181)
when you marry a woman or buy a maidservant, you should say:
ǡ ǡ .
Allahumma innee as-aluka khayraha wakhayra ma jabaltaha AAalayh, wa-aAAoothu bika min sharriha washarri ma jabaltaha AAalayh.
O Allah, I ask You for the goodness within her and the goodness that you have made her inclined towards, and I take refuge with You from the evil within her and the evil that you have made her inclined towards.
and if you buy a camel, then you should take hold of its hump and say likewise.

75. Supplication before sexual intercourse

(182)
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Bismil-lah, allahumma jannibnash-shaytan, wajannibish-shaytana ma razaqtana.
In the name of Allah. O Allah, keep the devil away from us and keep the devil away from what you have blessed us with.

76. When angry
(183)
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aAAoothu billahi minash-shaytanir-rajeem.
I take refuge with Allah from the accursed devil.

77. Supplication said upon seeing someone in trial or tribulation
This supplication is to be said to ones self, not directly to the one in trial or tribulation.

(184)
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Alhamdu lillahil-lathee AAafanee mimmab-talaka bih, wafaddalanee AAala katheerin mimman khalaqa tafdeela.
All praise is for Allah Who saved me from that which He tested you with and Who most certainly favoured me over much of His creation.

78. Remembrance said at a sitting or gatheringetc
(185)
said: It would be countedIbn AAumar would say one hundred times at any one sittingthat the Messenger of Allah before getting up:
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Rabbigh-fir lee watub AAalay, innaka antat-tawwabul-ghafoor.
O my Lord, forgive me and turn towards me (to accept my repentance). Verily You are The Oft-Returning. The Oft-Forgiving.

79. Supplication for the expiation of sins said at the conclusion of a sitting or gatheringetc
(186)
ߡ .
Subhanakal-lahumma wabihamdik, ashhadu an la ilaha illa ant, astaghfiruka wa-atoobu ilayk.
How perfect You are O Allah, and I praise You. I bear witness that None has the right to be worshipped except You. I seek Your forgiveness and turn to You in repentance.

Cont.79. Supplication for concluding all sittings
(187)
AAaishah said: Whenever The Messenger of would betake a seat, read Quran or pray, he would always conclude itAllah , I havewith certain words, I (i.e. AAaishah) said: O Messenger of Allah noticed that whenever you betake a seat, read Quran or pray, you always conclude it with these words. He said: Yes, whoever speaks good, it (i.e. the supplication) will be a seal for that goodness and whoever speaks ill, it will be an atonement for him.
ߡ .
Subhanaka wabihamdik, la ilaha illa anta astaghfiruka wa-atoobu ilayk.
How perfect You are and I praise You. None has the right to be worshipped except You, I seek Your forgiveness and turn in repentance to You.

80. Returning a supplication of forgiveness
(188)
said: I went to see theAAabdullah Ibn Sarjis and ate from his food and then said to him:Prophet
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Ghafaral-lahu laka ya rasoolal-lah.
May Allah forgive you, O Messenger of Allah.
replied:he
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wa-lak
and you.
81. Supplication said to one who does you a favour
(189)
If someone does you a favour and you say:
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Jazakal-lahu khayran.
May Allah reward you with goodness.
then you have indeed excelled in praising him.
82. Protection from the Dajjal
Dajjal: among the great signs of the last hour and the greatest trials to befall mankind, which every Prophet has warned about. Most of mankind will folow him. He will appear from Asbahan, Iran at the time when Muslims will conquer Constantinople. He will be given special powers and will make the truth seem false and vice versa. He will claim to be righteous and then he will claim prophet-hood and finally, divinity. From his features is that he will be blind in his right eye which is a definite proof that contradicts his claim to be Allah as it is a sign of imperfection. The word Kafir will be written between his eyes which every believer, literate or illiterate will recognise.
(190)
Whoever memorises the first ten verses of soorat Al-Kahf will be protected from Dajjal.
One should also seek refuge with Allah from the tribulations of the Dajjal after the last tashahhud in prayer.(Refer to supplications #55 & #56)
83. Supplication said to one who pronounces his love for you, for Allahs sake
(191)
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Ahabbakal-lathee ahbabtanee lah.
May He, for whom you have loved me, love you.
84. Supplication said to one who has offered you some of his wealth
(192)
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Barakal-lahu laka fee ahlika wamalik.
May Allah bless for you, your family and wealth.
85. Supplication said to the debtor when his debt is settled
(193)
ߡ .
Barakal-lahu laka fee ahlika wamalik, innama jaza-os-salafil-hamdu wal-ada/.
May Allah bless for you, your family and wealth. Surely commendation and payment are the reward for a loan.
86. Supplication for fear of shirk
shirk: to associate others with Allah in those things which are specific to Him. This can occur in (1) belief, e.g. to believe that other than Allah has the power to benefit or harm, (2) speech, e.g. to swear by other than Allah and (3) action, e.g. to bow or prostrate to other than Allah.
(194)
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Allahumma innee aAAoothu bika an oshrika bika wa-ana aAAlam, wa-astaghfiruka lima la aAAlam.
O Allah, I take refuge in You lest I should commit shirk with You knowingly and I seek Your forgiveness for what I do unknowingly.

87. Returning a supplication after having bestowed a gift or charity upon someone
(195)
AAaishah reported that the was given a sheep and he ordered for its distribution.Messenger of Allah When the servant would come back (from distributing it), AAaishah would ask: What did they say?, he replied: They would supplicate:
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Barakal-lahu feekum.
May Allah bless you all.
AAaishah would then say:
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Wafeehim barakal-lah.
and may Allah bless them.
we return their supplication in a similar way and our reward remains with us.

88. Forbiddance of ascribing things to omens
This supplication is used whenever one initially thinks a casual event or occurrence to foretell good or evil, using it as a basis to determine which action he should undertake, but he then denounces such a link, relies on Allah and then says this supplication as an expiation for this act, since it falls under the category of shirk.

(196)
ߡ ߡ .
Allahumma la tayra illa tayruk, wala khayra illa khayruk, wala ilaha ghayruk.
O Allah, there is no omen but there is reliance on You, there is no good except Your good and none has the right to be worshipped except You.
89. Supplication said when mounting an animal or any means of transport
(197)
ѡ ѡ ѡ .
Bismil-lah, walhamdu lillah, subhanal-lathee sakhkhara lana hatha wama kunna lahu muqrineen, wainna ila rabbina lamunqaliboon, alhamdu lillah, alhamdu lillah, alhamdu lillah, Allahu akbar, Allahu akbar, Allahu akbar, subhanakal-lahumma innee thalamtu nafsee faghfir lee fainnahu la yaghfiruth-thunooba illa ant.
In the name of Allah and all praise is for Allah. How perfect He is, the One Who has placed this (transport) at our service and we ourselves would not have been capable of that, and to our Lord is our final destiny. All praise is for Allah, All praise is for Allah, All praise is for Allah, Allah is the greatest, Allah is the greatest, Allah is the greatest. How perfect You are, O Allah, verily I have wronged my soul, so forgive me, for surely none can forgive sins except You.
90. Supplication for travel
(198)
ѡ ѡ ѡ ѡ .
Allahu akbar, Allahu akbar, Allahu akbar, subhanal-lathee sakhkhara lana hatha wama kunna lahu muqrineen, wa-inna ila rabbina lamunqaliboon, allahumma inna nas-aluka fee safarina hatha albirra wattaqwa, waminal-AAamali ma tarda, allahumma hawwin AAalayna safarana hatha, watwi AAanna buAAdah, allahumma antas-sahibu fis-safar, walkhaleefatu fil-ahl, allahumma innee aAAoothu bika min waAAtha-is-safar, waka-abatil-manthar, wasoo-il-munqalabi fil-mali wal-ahl.
Allah is the greatest, Allah is the greatest, Allah is the greatest, How perfect He is, The One Who has placed this (transport) at our service, and we ourselves would not have been capable of that, and to our Lord is our final destiny. O Allah, we ask You for birr and taqwa in this journey of ours, and we ask You for deeds which please You. O Allah, facilitate our journey and let us cover its distance quickly. O Allah, You are The Companion on the journey and The Successor over the family, O Allah, I take refuge with You from the difficulties of travel, from having a change of hearts and being in a bad predicament, and I take refuge in You from an ill fated outcome with wealth and family.
birr and taqwa: two comprehensive terms which individually, refer to all good actions and obedience i.e. performing the commanded actions and avoiding the prohibited actions. When combined together, birr refers to doing those actions which have been commanded and taqwa refers to avoiding those actions which have been prohibited.
A successor: one who succeeds another due to the latters absence or death. This is the correct meaning of the word khaleefah; thus, it is incorrect to believe that Adam is the khaleefah (vicegerent, as is commonly translated) of Allah on earth because Allah is never absent, and will never die. This supplication proves the correct understanding of this term and shows that Allah succeeds us and guards whom we leave behind when we die or are absent.
upon returning the same supplication is recited with the following addition:
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Ayiboona, ta-iboona, AAabidoona, lirabbina hamidoon.
We return, repent, worship and praise our Lord.

91. Supplication upon entering a town or villageetc
(199)
ǡ ǡ ǡ .
Allahumma rabbas-samawatis-sabAAi wama athlaln, warabbal-aradeenas-sabAAi wama aqlaln, warabbash-shayateeni wama adlaln, warabbar-riyahi wama tharayn, as-aluka khayra hathihil-qaryah, wakhayra ahlilha wakhayra ma feeha, wa-aAAoothu bika min sharriha washarri ahliha, washarri ma feeha.
O Allah, Lord of the seven heavens and all that they envelop, Lord of the seven earths and all that they carry, Lord of the devils and all whom they misguide, Lord of the winds and all whom they whisk away. I ask You for the goodness of this village, the goodness of its inhabitants and for all the goodness found within it and I take refuge with You from the evil of this village, the evil of its inhabitants and from all the evil found within it.

92. When entering the market
(200)
ϡ ʡ .
La ilaha illal-lah, wahdahu la shareeka lah, lahul-mulku walahul-hamd, yuhyee wayumeetu wahuwa hayyun la yamoot, biyadihil-khayru wahuwa AAala kulli shayin qadeer.
None has the right to be worshipped except Allah, alone, without partner, to Him belongs all sovereignty and praise. He gives life and causes death, and He is living and does not die. In His hand is all good and He is over all things, omnipotent.

93. Supplication for when the mounted animal (or mean of transport) stumbles
(201)
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Bismil-lah.
In the name of Allah.
94. Supplication of the traveller for the resident
(202)
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AstawdiAAukumul-lah, allathee la tadeeAAu wada-iAAuh.
I place you in the trust of Allah, whose trust is never misplaced.
95. Supplication of the resident for the traveller
(203)
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AstawdiAAul-laha deenak, wa-amanatak, wakhawateema AAamalik.
I place your religion, your faithfulness and the ends of your deeds in the trust of Allah.

(204)
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Zawwadakal-lahut-taqwa, waghafara thanbak, wayassara lakal-khayra haythuma kunt.
May Allah endow you with taqwa, forgive your sins and facilitate all good for you, wherever you be.
taqwa: a comprehensive term which refers to all good actions and obedience i.e. performing the commanded actions and avoiding the prohibited actions.
96. Remembrance while ascending or descending
(205)
Jabir said: While ascending, we would say:
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Allahu akbar.
Allah is the greatest.
and when descending, we would say:
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Subhanal-lah.
How perfect Allah is.
97. Prayer of the traveller as dawn approaches
(206)
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SamiAAa samiAAun bihamdil-lahi wahusni bala-ihi AAalayna. Rabbana sahibna wa-afdil AAalayna AAa-ithan billahi minan-nar.
May a witness, be witness to our praise of Allah for His favours and bounties upon us. Our Lord, protect us, show favour on us and deliver us from every evil. I take refuge in Allah from the fire.
98. Stopping or lodging somewhere
(207)
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aAAoothu bikalimatil-lahit-tammati min sharri ma khalaq.
I take refuge in Allahs perfect words from the evil that He has created.
99. While returning from travel
(208)
reportedIbn AAumar on return from a battle or from performing thethat the Messenger of Allah pilgrimage would say at every high point:
ѡ ѡ .
Allahu akbar, Allahu akbar, Allahu akbar.
Allah is the greatest, Allah is the greatest, Allah is the greatest.
and then he would say:
ϡ ѡ .
La ilaha illal-lahu wahdahu la shareeka lah, lahul-mulku walahul-hamd, wahuwa AAala kulli shay-in qadeer, ayiboona ta-iboon, AAabidoon, lirabbina hamidoon, sadaqal-lahu waAAdah, wanasara AAabdah, wahazamal-ahzaba wahdah.
None has the right to be worshipped except Allah, alone, without partner. To Him belongs all sovereignty and praise, and He is over all things omnipotent. We return, repent, worship and praise our Lord. Allah fulfilled His promise, aided His Servant, and single-handedly defeated the allies.
100. What to say upon receiving pleasing or displeasing news
(209)
used to receiveWhen he would say:pleasant news, he
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Alhamdu lillahil-lathee biniAAmatihi tatimmus-salihat.
All Praise is for Allah by whose favour good works are accomplished.
and upon would say:receiving displeasing news, he
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Alhamdu lillahi AAala kulli hal.
All Praise is for Allah in all circumstances.
101. Excellence of sending prayers upon the Prophet 
(210)
said: Whoever sends a prayer upon me, Allah sendsThe Prophet ten upon him.
(211)
also said: Do not take my grave as a place ofHe habitual ceremony. Send prayers upon me, for verily your prayers reach me wherever you are.
(212)
also said: A miser is one whom when I amHe mentioned to him, fails to send prayers upon me.
102. Excellence of spreading the Islamic greeting
(213)
said: YouThe Messenger of Allah shall not enter paradise until you believe, and you shall not believe until you love one another. Shall I not inform you of something, if you were to act upon it, you will indeed achieve mutual love for one another? Spread the greeting amongst yourselves.
(214)
said: Three characteristics,AAammar whoever combines them, has completed his faith: to be just, to spread greetings to all people and to spend (charitably) out of the little you have.
(215)
: Which reported that a man asked the Prophet AAabdullah Ibn AAamr replied: Feed (the poor), and greet those whom youIslam is the best?. He know as well as those whom you do not.
103. Supplication said upon hearing a rooster crow or the braying of an ass
(216)
If you hear the crow of a rooster, ask Allah for his bounty for it has seen an angel and if you hear the braying of an ass, seek refuge in Allah for it has seen a devil.
104. Supplication upon hearing the barking of dogs at night
(217)
If you hear the barking of dogs or the braying of asses at night, seek refuge in Allah for they see what you do not.
105. Supplication said for one you have insulted
(218)
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Allahumma fa-ayyuma mu/minin sababtuhu fajAAal thalika lahu qurbatan ilayka yawmal-qiyamah.
O Allah, to any believer whom I have insulted, let that be cause to draw him near to You on the Day of Resurrection.
106. The etiquette of praising a fellow Muslim
(219)
said: If anyone of you is impelled to praise hisHe brother, then he should say: I deem so-and-so to beand Allah is his reckonerand I dont praise anyone, putting it (i.e. my praising) forward, in front of Allahs commendation, however I assume him so and soif he knows that of him.
107. Supplication said between the Yemeni corner and the black stone (at the KaAAbah)
(220)
used to say between the Yemeni cornerThe Prophet and the black stone:
 
Rabbana atina fee alddunya hasanatan wafee [Al-Baqarah: 201]al-akhirati hasanatan waqina AAathaba alnnar
O our Lord, grant us the best in this life and the best in the next life, and protect us from the punishment of the Fire.
108. Supplication said when at Mount Safa & Mount Marwah
(221)
 said when describing the Prophets Jabir pilgrimage: and when he approached mount Safa he recited:
 
Innas-safa wa-almarwata min shaAAa-iri Allah .
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Abda-o bima badaal-lahu bih.
Indeed Safa and Marwah are from the places of worship of Allah
I begin with what Allah began with.
so he started with Safa and climed it until he could see the KaAAbah, he then faced it and said:
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Allahu akbar, Allahu akbar, Allahu akbar.
Allah is the greatest, Allah is the greatest, Allah is the greatest.
and then he would say the following three times making a supplication (one should make a personal supplication) after each time:
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La ilaha illal-lahu wahdahu la shareeka lah, lahul-mulku walahul-hamd, wahuwa AAala kulli shayin qadeer, la ilaha illal-lahu wahdah, anjaza waAAdah, wanasara AAabdah, wahazamal -ahzaba wahdah.
None has the right to be worshipped except Allah, alone, without partner.To Him belongs all sovereignty and praise and He is over all things amnipotent. None has the right to be worshipped except Allah alone. He fulfilled His promise, aided His Servant and single-handedly defeated the allies.
would repeat this action at Marwah.he
109. The Day of AAarafah
(222)
The best of supplications is the supplication on the day of AAarafah and the best which I and the Prophets before me have said (is):
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La ilaha illal-lahu wahdahu la shareeka lah, lahul-mulku walahul-hamd, wahuwa AAala kulli shayin qadeer.
None has the right to be worshipped except Allah, alone, without partner. To Him belongs all praise and sovereignty and He is over all things omnipotent.

110. At the Sacred Site (******hAAar Al-Haram)
(223)
rode Al-Qaswa until he reached ******hAAar Al-Haram, he said: He Jabir then faced the qiblah, supplicated to Allah, and extoled His greatness and oneness. He stood until the sun shone but left before it rose.
Al-Qaswa: The camel.name of the Prophets
111. When throwing each pebble at the Jamarat
i.e. Stoning the three areas at Mina during Hajj.
(224)
Every threw a pebble at any of the three jamarat, he wouldtime the Prophet say:
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Allahu akbar.
Allah is the greatest
on completion of the first jamarah, he advanced a little, stood facing the qiblah, raised his hands and supplicated. He also did this after the second jamarah but not the third.
112. At the black stone
(225)
circledThe Prophet the KaAAbah on a camel, every time he reached the black stone he would point to it with his staff and say:
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Allahu akbar
Allah is the greatest
113. Supplication made against an enemy
(226)
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Allahumma munzilal-kitab, sareeAAal-hisab, ihzimil-ahzab, allahummah-zimhum wazalzilhum.
O Allah, Revealer of the Book, Swift at reckoning, defeat the confederates. O Allah, defeat them and convulse them.
114. What to say when in fear of a people

(227)
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Allahummak-fineehim bima shi/t.
O Allah, protect me from them with what You choose.
115. What to say at times of amazement and delight
(228)
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Subhanal-lah!.
How perfect Allah is.
(229)
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Allahu akbar.
Allah is the greatest.
116. What to do upon receiving pleasant news
(230)
The would prostrate in gratitude to Allah upon receivingProphet news which pleased him or which caused pleasure.
117. What to say and do when feeling some pain in the body
(231)
Place your hand at the site of the pain and say:
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Bismil-lah (three times)
In the name of Allah (three times)
the supplicate seven times:
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aAAoothu billahi waqudratih min sharri ma ajidu wa-ohathir. (seven times).
I take refuge in Allah and within His omnipotence from the evil that I feel and am wary of. (seven times)
118. What to say when in fear of afflicting something or someone with ones eye
The Evil Eye: To look at something and be impressed with it, causing harm to befall it. This looking may or may not involve jealousy, and can occur unintentionally, indeed be part of a persons nature! A person can even inflict harm on himself.
From the supplications for the protection against the Evil Eye:
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Allahumma barik AAalayh.
O Allah, send blessing upon him.
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Ma shaal-lah, la quwwata illa billah.
(this is) that which Allah has willed, there is no power except with Allah.
(232)
If you see something from your brother, yourself or wealth which you find impressing, then invoke blessings for it, for the evil eye is indeed true.
119. Etiquette of retiring for the night
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When night falls (i.e. Al-Maghrib), restrain your children (from going out) because at such time the devils spread about. After a period of time has passed, let them be. Shut your doors and mention Allahs name, for verily the devil does not open a shut door, tie up your water-skins and mention Allahs name, cover your vessels with anything and mention Allahs name and put out your lamps.
120. The Talbiyah
(234)
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Labbaykal-lahumma labbayk, labbayka la shareeka laka labbayk, innal-hamda wanniAAmata laka walmulk, la shareeka lak.
Here I am O Allah, (in response to Your call), here I am. Here I am, You have no partner, here I am. Verily all praise, grace and sovereignty belong to You. You have no partner.
121. What to say when startled
(235)
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La ilaha illal-lah.
None has the right to be worshipped except Allah.
122. What is said to a Kafir when he sneezes
(236)
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Yahdeekum wayuslihu balakum.
May Allah guide you and rectify your condition.
123. Returning a greeting to a Kafir
(237)
When the people of the Book greet you, reply by saying:
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WaAAalaykum.
And upon you.
124. When insulted while fasting
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(238)
Innee sa-im, innee sa-im.
I am fasting, I am fasting.
125. When slaughtering or offering a sacrifice
(239)
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Bismil-lah wallahu akbar, allahumma minka walak, allahumma taqabbal minnee.
In the name of Allah, and Allah is the greatest. O Allah, (it is) from You and belongs to You, O Allah, accept this from me.
126. What is said to ward off the deception of the Obstinate Shaytans
(240)
ǡ ǡ .
aAAoothu bikalimatil-lahit-tammat, allatee la yujawizuhunna barrun wala fajir min sharri ma khalaq, wabaraa watharaa, wamin sharri ma yanzilu minas-sama/, wamin sharri ma yaAAruju feeha, wamin sharri ma tharaa fil-ard, wamin sharri ma yakhruju minha, wamin sharri fitnanil-layli wannahar, wamin sharri kulli tariqin illa tariqan yatruqu bikhayrin ya Rahman.
I take refuge within Allahs perfect words which no righteous or unrighteous person can transgress, from all the evil that He has created, made and originated. (I take refuge) from the evil that descends from the sky and the evil that rises up to it. (I take refuge) from the evil that is spread on Earth and the evil that springs from her, and I take refuge from the evil of the tribulations of night and day, and the evil of one who visits at night except the one who brings good, O Merciful One.
127. Seeking forgiveness and repentance
(241)
The said: By Allah, I seek forgiveness and repent to Allah,Messenger of Allah more than seventy times a day.
(242)
also said: O People, Repent!He Verily I repent to Allah, a hundred times a day.
(243)
also said:He Whoever says:
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Astaghfirul-lahal-lathee la ilaha illa huwal-hayyul-qayyoomu wa-atoobu ilayh.
I seek Allahs forgiveness, besides whom, none has the right to be worshipped except He, The Ever Living, The Self-Subsisting and Supporter of all, and I turn to Him in repentance.
Allah would forgive him even if he was one who fled during the advance of an army.
(244)
said: The nearest the Lord comes to HisHe servant is in the middle of the night, so if you are able to be of those who remember Allah at that time, then be so.
(245)
also said: TheHe nearest a servant is to his Lord is when he is prostrating, so supplicate much therein.
(246)
also said: verily my heart becomes preoccupied, andHe verily I seek Allahs forgiveness a hundred times a day.
preoccupied: i.e. always used to increase in hisin a state of forgetfulness. The Prophet remembrance of his Lord, in attaining a nearness to Allah and having consciousness of Allah to the extent that if this intensity lessened in anyway, he would regard it as a sin and would then race to seek forgiveness from Allah.
128. Excellence of remembrance and glorification of Allah
(247)
said: Whoever says: reported that the Messenger of Allah Abu Hurayrah
ϡ . ( ).
La ilaha illal-lahu wahdahu la shareeka lah, lahul-mulku walahul-hamd, wahuwa AAala kulli shayin qadeer.(one hundred times)
None has the right to be worshipped except Allah, alone, without partner. To Him belongs all sovereignty and praise and He is over all things omnipotent.
a hundred times during the day, has the reward of freeing ten slaves, a hundred good deeds are recorded for him and a hundred bad deeds are wiped away and he has gained refuge from the devil that day until evening and none shall come with anything better except someone who has done more.
(248)
Whoever says:
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Subhanal-lahi wabihamdih. (one hundred times daily)
How perfect Allah is and I praise Him.
a hundred times during the day, his sins are wiped away, even if they are like the foam of the sea.
(249)
Abu Hurayrah said: Whoever says at morning and reported that the Messenger of Allah  evening time:
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Subhanal-lahi wabihamdih.(at morning & evening time)
How perfect Allah is and I praise Him.
one hundred times, none shall come on the Day of Resurrection with anything better except someone who has said the same or even more.
morning: after prayer until the sunrises, evening: after AAasr prayer until the sunsets, however some scholars say: after the sunsets and onwards.
(250)
said: related that The Prophet Aboo Ayyoob Al-Ansaree Whoever says:
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La ilaha illal-lahu wahdahu la shareeka lah, lahul-mulku walahul-hamd, wahuwa AAala kulli shayin qadeer.
None has the right to be worshipped except Allah, alone, without partener. To Him belongs all sovereignty and praise and He is over all things omnipotent.
..ten times is like one who has freed four souls from among the children of IsmaAAeel.
(251)
reported that the MessengerAboo Hurayrah said:(There are) Two words, (which are ) light on the tongue, heavyof Allah on the Scale and beloved to The Most Gracious:
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Subhanal-lahi wabihamdih, wasubhanal-lahil-AAatheem.
How perfect Allah is and I praise Him. How perfect Allah is, The Supreme.
(252)
reported that theAboo Hurayrah said: Saying:Messenger of Allah
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Subhanal-lah, walhamdu lillah, la ilaha illal-lah wallahu akbar.
How perfect Allah is, and all praise is for Allah. None has the right to be worshipped except Allah, and Allah is the greatest.
.. is more beloved to me than everything the sun has risen over.
(253)
, said: We were sitting with the Messenger of Allah Sad and he said: Are any of you unable to gain a thousand good deeds each day? : How does one achieve a thousand good deeds? HeSomebody then asked him replied: He should say:
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Subhanal-lah.
How perfect Allah is.
.one hundred times, for a thousand good deeds are recorded for him or a thousand bad deeds are wiped away.
(254)
related thatJabbir said: Whoever says:the Prophet
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Subhanal-lahil-AAatheemi wabihamdih.
How perfect Allah is . The Supreme and I praise Him.
..a palm tree is planted for him in paradise.
(255)
said related that the Prophet AAabdullah Ibn Qays to him: O AAabdullah Ibn Qays, shall I not inform you of a treasure from the then said: Say: treasures of paradise? He
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La hawla wala quwwata illa billah.
There is no might nor power except with Allah.
(256)
the most beloved words to Allah are four:
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Subhanal-lah, walhamdu lillah, wala ilaha illal-lah, wallahu akbar.
How perfect Allah is, all praise is for Allah. None has the right to be worshipped except Allah and Allah is the greatest.
.it does not matter which of them you start with.
(257)
narrated thatSaAAd Ibn Abee Waqqas and said to him:a man came to the Messenger of Allah Teach me something which I should say? He said: Say:
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La ilaha illal-lah, wahdahu la shareeka lah, Allahu akbaru kabeera, walhamdu lillahi katheera, subhanal-lahi rabbil-AAalameen, la hawla wala quwwata illa billahil-AAazeezil-hakeem.
None has the right to be worshipped except Allah, alone without partner. Allah is most great and much praise is for Allah. How perfect Allah is, Lord of the worlds. There is no might nor power except with Allah, The Exalted in might, The Wise.
the man then replied:said: These are for my Lord, and what is for me? He
Say:
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Allahummagh-fir lee, warhamnee, wahdinee, warzuqnee.
O Allah, forgive me, have mercy upon me, guide me and grant me sustenance.
(258)
said: When someone would embraceTariq Al-AshjaAAee would teach him how to perform prayer and then order him toIslam, the Prophet supplicate with the following words:
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Allahummagh-fir lee, warhamnee, wahdinee, waAAafinee warzuqnee.
O Allah, forgive me, have mercy upon me, guide me, give me health and grant me sustenance.
(259)
Jabir Ibn AAabdullah said: Verily, the best supplicationrelated that the Messenger of Allah is:
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Alhamdu lillah
All praise is for Allah.
and indeed, the best form of remembrance is:
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La ilaha illal-lah.
None has the right to be worshipped except Allah.
(260)
The everlasting righteous deeds:
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Subhanal-lah, walhamdu lillah, la ilaha illal-lah, wallahu akbar, wala hawla wala quwwata illa billah.
How perfect Allah is, and all praise is for Allah. None has the right to be worshipped except Allah, and Allah is the greatest. There is no might nor power except with Allah.
(261)
How the prophet made tasbeeh
Tasbeeh, it means here, to say:
Subhanal-lah, alhamdu lillah, Allahu akbar.
Said: I saw theA Abdullah Ibn AAamr makes tasbeeh with his right hand.Prophet
O Allah, send peace and blessings upon our Prophet Muhammad,
his companions, and his family and all those who follow them in
righteousness till the Day of Reckoning

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