✨ Qurbani Ki Dua: Mubarak Eid al-Adha Prayers & Blessings (🇦🇸)

Introduction
Eid al Adha, also known as the Festival of Sacrifices, holds great significance in Islam. One of the central rituals during this festival is Qurbani, the act of sacrificing an animal in remembrance of Prophet Ibrahim’s willingness to sacrifice his son in obedience to Allah. The Qurbani ki Dua is a vital part of this ritual, recited during the sacrifice. This article will delve into the details of this dua, its importance, and how it is performed.

Qurbani Ki Dua: Arabic, Transliteration, and Translation

Dua 1:
Arabic:

qurbani ki dua

بیشک میں نے اپنا منہ اس ذات کی طرف کر لیا جس نے آسمانوں اور زمین کو پیدا کیا، یکسو ہو کر اور میں مشرکوں میں سے نہیں ہوں۔ بیشک میری نماز، میری قربانی، میری زندگی اور میری موت اللہ رب العالمین کے لیے ہے۔ اس کا کوئی شریک نہیں، اور مجھے اسی کا حکم دیا گیا ہے اور میں سب سے پہلا مسلمان ہوں۔ اے اللہ! [یہ قربانی] آپ کی طرف سے ہے اور آپ کے لیے ہے۔

جب قربانی کی دعا پڑھی جاتی ہے تو اس شخص کا نام لینا بھی مستحب ہے جس کے لیے قربانی کی جا رہی ہو (اگر یہ کسی اور کی طرف سے کی جا رہی ہو)۔

Transliteration:
Inni wajjahtu wajhiya lilladhi fataras samawati wal-arda hanifan wama ana minal mushrikeen. Inna salati wanusuki wamahyaya wamamati lillahi rabbil alameen, la sharika lahu wabidhālika umirtu wa ana awwalul muslimin. Allahumma minka walaka.


Translation:
Yes, I have turned to the one who made the sky and the earth. I follow the true religion, not the worship of many gods. My prayers, my offerings, my life, and my death are all for God, the ruler of everything. He has no helpers, and this is what I’m told to do. I am one of the first who believe in this one God. God, this sacrifice comes from you and is for you.

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Dua 2:
Arabic:


.بِسْمِ اللَّهِ ، اللَّهُمَّ تَقَبَّلْ مِنِّي كَمَا تَقَبَّلْتَ مِنْ إِبْرَاهِيمَ خَلِيلِكَ وَمُحَمَّدٍ نَبِيِّكَ ، عَلَيْهِمَا الصَّلَاةُ وَالسَّلَامُ

:ترجمہ
اللہ کے نام سے، اے اللہ! اسے میری طرف سے قبول فرما جیسے تو نے اپنے دوست ابراہیم (علیہ السلام) اور اپنے نبی محمد (صلی اللہ علیہ وسلم) سے قبول فرمایا۔ ان دونوں پر سلامتی ہو۔

Transliteration:
Bismillah, Allahumma taqabbal minni kama taqabbalta min Ibrahim khalilika wa Muhammad nabiyyika, alaihimassalatu wassalam.


Translation:
In the name of Allah, O Allah! Accept this from me as You accepted from Your friend Ibrahim and Your prophet Muhammad. Peace and blessings be upon them.


Importance of Qurbani Ki Dua


The Qurbani ki Dua is a profound expression of obedience and devotion to Allah. It reflects the willingness to follow divine commands and acknowledges Allah’s supremacy in all aspects of life. Reciting these duas during Qurbani is a way to seek Allah’s acceptance and blessings for the sacrifice.


Performing Qurbani: The Process


When performing Qurbani, it’s essential to recite the dua with sincerity and devotion. Here, how you can integrate this practice.

  1. Preparation: Before the sacrifice, ensure the animal is treated with kindness and care. The animal must be healthy and meet the criteria set by Islamic guidelines.
  2. Recitation of Dua: At the time of sacrifice, recite the Qurbani ki Dua. Mention the name of the person for whom the Qurbani is being performed if it’s on behalf of someone else.
  3. Humility and Reflection: Engage in the act with humility and reflect on the significance of the sacrifice, drawing parallels to Prophet Ibrahim’s devotion.

Types of Qurbani: Cow, Camel, and More


Different animals can be sacrificed during Qurbani, including cows, camels, goats, and sheep. Each type of Qurbani holds its unique significance and guidelines:
• Cow Qurbani: Often performed by families or groups due to the larger size of the animal.
• Camel Qurbani: Holds a special place and is considered highly rewarding due to its historical significance.

Conclusion


The practice of Qurbani and the recitation of Qurbani ki Dua is a profound act of faith and devotion in Islam. It reminds Muslims of the importance of obedience, sacrifice, and gratitude towards Allah. By understanding and performing this ritual with sincerity, believers can strengthen their spiritual connection and fulfill an essential religious duty.
Embrace the spirit of Eid al-Adha with devotion and let the Qurbani ki Dua echo in your heart as you celebrate this blessed occasion.

FAQs:
What is the Qurbani dua, and why is it important?

The Qurbani dua is a special prayer recited during the sacrifice of Eid al-Adha. It expresses your complete devotion to Allah (SWT) and the significance of your offering. Saying the correct dua ensures a meaningful and accepted Qurbani, deepening your connection to this important tradition.

Where can I find the Qurbani dua, and how do I pronounce it?

Many resources offer the Qubrani dua in both Arabic script and transliteration, making it easy to learn and recite. Our website provides a clear guide to the dua, along with helpful audio pronunciations. Mastering the dua allows you to fully participate in the spiritual act of Qurbani.

Are there any other things I should know about reciting the Qurbani dua?

While the specific wording is important, reciting the dua with sincerity and understanding holds even greater weight. Focus on the meaning of the prayer as you say it, expressing your gratitude to Allah (SWT) for the blessings of sacrifice and faith.


I am Shahab Khan, a 35-year-old individual with a rich Islamic background. I received my early education from a Madrasa and continued my studies at Akora Khattak Madrasa. With a profound 14-year journey in Islamic information,

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