Reflections on Dua Jawshan Kabir. Mohammad Ali Shomali. International Institute for Islamic Studies, Qom, Iran Spiritual Quest Summer and Autumn Vol. A powerpoint presentation of the supplication Jawshan al-Kabir, containing Arabic text and English translation. Wazaiful Abrar – Imam `Ali ibn al-Husain Sayyid as-Sajjidin (prayers be upon him ) related from his father from his grandfather the Prophet of Allah (blessings of.
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Reflections on Dua Jawshan Kabir
And by the light of Your face which illuminates everything. Kaeber praise belongs to Allah who created the heavens and the earth and made the darkness and the light. O Estimator of light. Interestingly, the whole dua Jawshan Kabir contains only one single request i.
O Shelter of the sorrowful. O He, Whose authority is wielded over all creatures. O He, Who is Independent and without any defect. O He, Who is near and not far.
The coat was so heavy that it was hurting the Prophet’s body. O Benefiter O Hearer. O He, Who conceals vice.
The parable of His Light is a niche wherein is a lamp the lamp is in a glass, the glass as it were a glittering star lit from a jawsban olive tree, neither eastern nor western, whose oil almost lights up, though fire should not touch it. O Friend, O physician.
O He Who gives protection and is in no need of protection. O Most Benign of all the benign. O Judge, O Agreeable. O Omniscient, O Distributor. O Best of those who are entreated. O Bestower of bounties.
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O Degrader, O Benefactor. However, it could be argued that because it was recommended to recite this dua three times in the month of Ramadan, people kaabeer over the centuries appropriated the three famous nights one of which is considered as the night of Qadr for recitation of this dua.
O Honourer, O Humiliating. O Guide for those who seek guidance.
O Friendliest of all the friends. Names of God are recited after the phrase. O Benign Who is invisible. It is related from Imam ‘Ali ibn al-Husayn Sayyid al-Sajidin from his father from his grandfather, the Prophet of Allah, who received it from the Angel Gabriel during one of the battles.
There is no god but Thee. O He, Who has no equal and no match. Hence, we read in our narrations that. O He-transgressors have agreed for His forgiveness. O Helper of he who appeals to Him. O He before Whom everything is humbled.
O Affectionate One to he whom none hold in affection. Therefore, everything has the capacity to direct us toward God.