Pehle, Dosray, Teesray Ashre Ki Dua Ramadan
Here is the Islamic Ramadan Dua for the First Ashra, also known as Pehle Ashray ki Dua, the Dua for the Second Ashra, Dosray Ashray ki Dua, and the Dua for the Third Ashra, also known as Teesray Ashray ki dua.
The term ‘Ashra’ is an Arabic word that generally means’ ten.’ Although we all understand, Ramadan is a religious celebration that takes 30 days and is split into 3 Ashras, each with its name, qualities, and attributes. The most important month for every Muslim, Ramadan, is expected to become a month of extra and special sacrifices, devotion, and Duas. Dua is Arabic for “prayer to Allah,” also known as “intention.”
In this post, we provided very detailed and valuable data regarding the 3 Ashras of Ramadan and the three most promising and essential Duas for Ashras. The Allah Almighty divides Ramadan into Ashras, or phases, as revealed by the loved last Prophet (P.B.U.H).
Pehla Ashra Ramzan
The first Ashra of Ramadan began with the sighting of the new moon and lasted ten days. The 1st Ashra of Ramadan represents ‘Mercy,’ also referred to as an Ashra of Mercy. During the first ten days of Ramadan, Allah Almighty conferred particular blessings, kindness, and compassion on Muslims. The 1st Ashra’s Dua expressed the Almighty’s desire for His creations to pray for His mercy throughout their lives.
Pehle Ashray ki Dua
The following is a dua for the first ten days of Ramadan:
Oh, Everliving, The Everlasting, I seek Your help through Your mercy.
Doosra Ashra Ramzan
The 2nd Ashra of Ramadan should form the 11 Ramadan to the 20 Ramadan and is called the “Ashra of Forgiveness.” During these ten days, or throughout Ramadan, Muslims are expected to recite specific Dua to ask forgiveness from Allah for all of their mistakes. Because Allah Almighty is also known as the forgiving and forgiver, Muslims are encouraged to seek forgiveness from the Almighty no of how immoral they have been. The following is an important Dua for the 2nd Ashra of Ramadan:
Doosray Ashray ki dua
I seek forgiveness from Allah for all my sins I committed and turn to Him.
Teesra Ashra Ramzan
The 3rd Ashra is essential from the 21st of Ramadan until the 29th or 30th of Ramadan. The last ten days of Ramadan, or the 3rd Ashra, are significant for all Muslims because they represent ‘Nijat,’ or liberation from hell. This 3rd Ashra is all about praying to Allah for safety or rescue from hell.
Muslims believe that this Dua will make them safe and rescue them from the fires of hell. In addition, the final or 3rd Ashra of Ramadan would be when Lailatul Qadr, also referred to as ‘The Night of Power,’ falls, which is regarded as the ideal time for requesting compassion and forgiveness.
Teesray Ashray ki dua
O Allah, save me from the fire.
Importance of 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Ashra Dua’s in Ramadan
Ramadan is the holiest month, as announced by the last Prophet (S.A.W). In the first Ashra, Muslims pray to Allah for mercy; in the second, they ask for forgiveness; and in the third, they ask for release from hell.
Every one of these Ashra Duas is like a blessing from Allah since they include the greatest benefits. We all have the opportunity to obtain or seek compassion, forgiveness, blessings, and Nijat from the fires of hell through some of these Ramadan Duain. Therefore, the Holy Prophet (P.B.U.H )has expanded on the importance of the first, second, and third Ashras.
All of those are Ramadan duain which we must say daily since Ramadan is a month of benefits that only occurs once a year. As a result, we must all repeat the Ramadan prayers at any moment to seek mercy and kindness from Almighty Allah. These Duas are for protecting against hell or to save Nijat from the fires of hell.