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Fasting in Ramadan – Ahadith from Riyad as-Salihin

Chapters related to Fasting in Ramadan

217. Chapter: On the obligation to fast Ramadan and clarification of the excellence of fasting and what is connected to it

Allah Almighty says, “You who believe! Fasting is prescribed for you, as it was prescribed for those before you..” to His words “The month of Ramadan is the one in which the Qur’an was sent down as guidance for mankind, with Clear Signs containing guidance and discrimination. Any of you who are resident for the month should fast it. But any of you who are ill or on a journey should fast a number of other days.” (W2:182-184; H2:183-185)

1215. Abu Hurayra reported that the Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, said, “Allah, the Mighty and Exalted said, ‘Every action of the son of Adam is for himself except for fasting. It is Mine and I repay it.’ Fasting is a shield. When someone is fasting, he should not have sexual relations nor quarrel. If someone fights him or insults him, he should say, ‘I am fasting’. By the One in whose hand the self of Muhammad is, the changed breath in the mouth of the faster is more fragrant to Allah than the scent of musk. The faster experiences two joys: when he breaks his fast he rejoices and when he meets his Lord he rejoices in his fasting.” [Agreed upon]

In one variant of al-Bukhari, “He has left his food and drink and appetites for My sake. Fasting is Mine and I repay it. Any other good deed I repay with ten like it.”
In a variant of Muslim, “Every action of the son of Adam is multiplied. A good action receives from ten to seven hundred times. Allah Almighty said, “Fasting is Mine and I repay it. He leaves his appetites and food for My sake. The faster experiences two joys: a joy when he breaks his fast and a joy when he meets his Lord. The changed breath in the mouth of the faster is more fragrant to Allah than the scent of musk.”

1216. Abu Hurayra reported that the Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, said, “The one who spends out two kinds of actions in the way of Allah will be summoned from the gates of the Garden and told, ‘O slave of Allah this is better.’ All the people who did the prayer will be called from the gate of the prayer. All the people who did jihad will be called from the gate of jihad. All the people who fasted will be called from the gate of Rayyan. All the people who gave sadaqa will be called from the gate of sadaqa.” Abu Bakr said, “May my father and mother be sacrificed for you, Messenger of Allah. No one called from those gates will feel distress. Will anyone be called from all those gates?” He said, “Yes, and I hope that you will be among them.” [Agreed upon]

1217. Sahl ibn Sa’d reported that the Prophet, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, said, “There is a gate in the Garden called ar-Rayyan which those who fast will enter on the Day of Rising, and none but they will enter it.” It will be said, ‘Where are the fasters?’ They will stand up and none but they will enter it. When they have entered it, it will be closed and no one else will enter it.” [Agreed upon]

1218. Abu Sa’id al-Khudri reported that the Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, said, “No slave fasts one day in the way of Allah without Allah putting his face seventy years’ journey away from the Fire on account of that day.” [Agreed upon]

1219. Abu Hurayra reported that the Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, said, “Anyone who prays in Ramadan motivated by belief and in expectation of the reward will be forgiven his past wrong actions.” [Agreed upon]

1220. Abu Hurayra reported that the Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, said, “When Ramadan comes, the gates of the Garden are opened, the gates of the Fire are closed and the shaytans are chained up.” [Agreed upon]

1221. Abu Hurayra reported that the Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, said, “Fast when you see it (the new moon) and break the fast when you see it. If it is cloudy, then make Sha’ban complete with thirty days.” [Agreed upon]

In the variant of Muslim, “If it is cloudy, you must fast thirty days.”

218. Chapter: On generosity, charity and doing much good in the month of Ramadan, and increasing that in the last ten days of the month

1222. Ibn ‘Abbas said, “The Prophet, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, was the most generous of people, and he was even more generous during Ramadan when Jibril met him. Jibril used to meet him every night in Ramadan until it was over and the Prophet would go through the Qur’an with him. The Messenger of Allah was more generous with good things than the blowing wind.” [Agreed upon]

1223. ‘A’isha said, “When the last ten days of Ramadan started, the Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, used to pray during the night, wake up his family and intensify his efforts.” [Agreed upon]

219. Chapter: On the prohibition against fasting before Ramadan after the middle of Sha’ban unless that fasting is connected to what is before it and coincides with his habit, like fasting Monday and Thursday

1224. Abu Hurayra reported that the Prophet, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, said, “None of you should fast a day or two before Ramadan except for a man who customarily fasts. He should fast that day.” [Agreed upon]

1225. Ibn ‘Abbas reported that the Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, said, “Do not fast immediately before Ramadan. Fast when you see the new moon and break it when you see it. If cloud obscures it, then complete the thirty days.” [at-Tirmidhi]

1226. Abu reported that the Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, said, “When half of Sha’ban remains, then do not fast.” [at-Tirmidhi]

1227. Abu’l-Yaqatan ‘Ammar ibn Yasir said, “Anyone who fasts the day which is doubtful has rebelled against Abu’l-Qasim.” [Abu Dawud and at-Tirmidhi]

220. Chapter: On what one says when seeing the new moon

1228. Talha ibn ‘Ubaydullah reported that When the Prophet, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, saw the new moon, he would say, “O Allah, make the new moon shine on us with security, belief, safety and Islam! My Lord and your Lord is Allah. It is a new moon of guidance and good.” [at-Tirmidhi]

221. Chapter: The excellence of suhur and delaying it as long as one does not fear the approach of dawn

1229. Anas reported that the Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, said, “Have suhur. There is blessing in suhur.” [Agreed upon]

1230. Zayd ibn Thabit said, “We used to have suhur with the Prophet, may Allah bless him and grant him peace. Then he stood up for the prayer.” Anas said, “I said, ‘How long was there between the adhan and suhur?’ He said, ‘Enough to recite fifty ayats.'” [Agreed upon]

1231. Ibn ‘Umar said, “The Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, had two mu’adhdhans: Bilal and Ibn Umm Maktum. The Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, said, “Bilal calls the adhan while it is still night, so eat and drink until Ibn Umm Maktum calls the adhan.” He said, “The time between the two adhans was only long enough for the one to go up and the other to come down.” [Agreed upon]

1232. ‘Amr ibn al-‘As reported that the Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, said, “The difference between our fasting and the fasting of the people of the Book lies in the eating of suhur.” [Muslim]

222. Chapter: On the excellence of hastening to break the fast and that with which one breaks the fast and what one says after breaking the fast

1233. Sahl ibn Sa’d reported that the Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, said, “People will continue to be all right as long as they hurry to break the fast.” [Agreed upon]

1234. Abu ‘Atiyya said, “Masruq and I visited ‘A’isha and Masruq said to her, ‘There are two of the Companions of Muhammad, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, and neither of them is lacking in good. One of them hastens Maghrib and fast-breaking and the other delays Maghrib and fast-breaking.’ She said, ‘Which one hastens Maghrib and fast-breaking?’ He said, ”Abdullah – i.e. ibn Mas’ud.’ She said, ‘That is what the Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, did.'” [Muslim]

1235. Abu Hurayra reported that the Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, said, “Allah, the Mighty and Majestic said, ‘The most beloved of My slaves to Me is the quickest to break the fast.” [at-Tirmidhi]

1236. ‘Umar ibn al-Khattab reported that the Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, said, “When night advances from here and day retreats from there and the sun sets, then people fasting should break their fast.” [Agreed upon]

1237. Abu Ibrahim ‘Abdullah ibn Abi Awfa said, “We were with the Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, on a journey while he was fasting. When the sun set, he said to someone, ‘So-and-so, get down and mix some sawiq for us’ He said, ‘Messenger of Allah, won’t you let it get dark?’ He said, ‘Get down and mix some sawiq for us.’ He said, ‘It is still daytime.’ He said, ‘Get down and mix some sawiq for us.’ So he got down and mixed it for them. The Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, drank and then gestured with his hand towards the east, saying, ‘When you see the night advancing from here, then the faster should break his fast.'” [Agreed upon]

1238. Salman ibn ‘Amir ad-Dabi the Companion reported that the Prophet, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, said, “When one of you breaks his fast, he should break it with dates. If he cannot find any. then he should break it with water. It is pure.” [Abu Dawud and at-Tirmidhi]

1239. Anas said, “The Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, used to break the fast with fresh dates before he prayed, and if there were no fresh dates, then with small dry dates. If there were no dry dates, then with a few sips of water.” [Abu Dawud and at-Tirmidhi]

223. Chapter: On commanding the faster to guard his tongue and limbs from incorrect actions, verbal abuse and the like

1240. Abu Hurayra reported that the Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, said, “When someone is fasting, he should not have sexual relations nor quarrel. If someone fights him or insults him, he should say, ‘I am fasting'” [Agreed upon]

1241. Abu Hurayra reported that the Prophet, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, said, “Allah does not require someone who does not abandon lies, and acting by them, while fasting to abandon his food and drink.” [al-Bukhari]

224. Chapter: On questions regarding fasting

1242. Abu Hurayra reported that the Prophet, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, said, “If someone forgets, and eats and drinks, he should complete his fast. Allah has fed him and let him drink.” [Agreed upon]

1243. Laqit ibn Sabira said, “I said, ‘Messenger of Allah, tell me about wudu’.’ He said, ‘Do wudu’ thoroughly letting the water run between your fingers and snuffing the water well up your nose, unless you are fasting.'” [at-Tirmidhi]

1244. ‘A’isha who said, “Fajr used sometimes to find the Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, junub from one of his wives. Then he did ghusl and fasted.” [Agreed upon]

1245. ‘A’isha and Umm Salama said, “When morning found the Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, junub from one of his wives, he would still fast.” [Agreed upon]

source: Riyad as-Salihin by Imam Nawawi. Translated by Ustadha Ayesha Bewley

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Win the heart of the husband

Respected Ladies! 

Ramadhan is a good time to win over the hearts of your beloved husbands.

They say: “The way to a man’s heart is his stomach” That is a pretty accurate statement. Feed him well and he is yours. (Gents! Make her a nice kitchen and she is yours. A woman needs a nice kitchen with all facilities.)

Some ladies feel that Ramadhan is for worship only, so the family has to be content with whatever is available, and that they should not waste time in the kitchen. Therefore they just worship and they are not careful about iftar etc. 

However, that’s not true. The time spent in the kitchen is not wasted. It’s worthwhile and It’s time well spent, because as the saying goes ‘Khidmat se khuda milta he, Ibadat se jannat” i.e., with servitude we get Allah,  with worship we get just paradise. So when you work hard to feed your kids and look after your husbands, you are actually striving for the pleasure of Allah. 

One Hadith says “Whichever woman’s death comes while her husband is well pleased with her, will definitely enter Jannah.” (Mishkat)

So, learn how to cook properly, avoid ordering takeaways, cook some delicious food for the family and reap both benefits; winning over your husbands and attaining Allah’s pleasure. 

Yes! Don’t overdo things and don’t waste time in making things which require too much time and effort, things which can be cooked outside Ramadhan. Use time wisely for some tilawat,  tasbeehaat, and duas as well. 

May Allah make the fasts and household work easy for our ladies, and reward them in full for the amazing efforts they make in keeping everything in order for iftar and suhoor. Ameen.

Shaykh Abdur Raheem 

Heavenly Food

The body is earthly and its nourishment comes from the earth. The spirit, however, is celestial and its nourishment comes only from Heaven.

In Ramadan we should deny our overindulged bodies their earthly gratification and instead provide heavenly food for our malnourished souls.
Shaykh Riyadh ul Haq 

Spiritual Detox in Ramadanย 

1. Keep free from eating hi-calorie flesh (gossip) of others – no matter how juicy 

2. Switch to fat free truths 

3. Avoid artificial tempers 

4. Do voice therapy by reciting the Holy Quran 

5. Purify your eyes by crying in Dua 

6. Do hand reflexology on tasbeehs 

7. Brighten your smile with a miswak 

8. Take the weight of your shoulders by paying zakat 

9. Shrug off those extra kilos of sins by repenting

Asking forgiveness from friends on the night of salvation

MAS’ALA ON ASKING FORGIVENESS FROM FRIENDS ON SHABE BARA’AH (THE NIGHT OF SALVATION)
By Shaykh Abdul Raheem hafizahullah
There are texts going around asking people for forgiveness. Here are four points to take into account:
1) The tongue should always be kept under control. Dont hurt anyone. Keep the heart clean. If it’s clean then there’s no need to ask forgiveness from people.
Hadith 1: ‘Dont say something for which you would have to apologise the next day.
Remember! The heart is the king of the body. If the heart is under control, then the tongue, the eyes and ears etc will also be under control. The heart is the engine which drives the whole body.
Hadith 2: ‘A Jannati is he who’s heart is cleansed and who’s tongue is truthful.’
Hadith 3: ‘A Muslim is he from whose tongue and hands other Muslims feel safe.’
2) We are human beings. If we were to hurt someone’s feelings, we should ask for forgiveness immediately. We should not wait for Shabe Bara’ah!

STORY:
The father of Abdullah ibn Mubarak Rahmatullahi Alayhi was once travelling. He passed by a garden where he saw an apple lying around. He picked it up and ate it as he was hungry. He immediately realised that he ate the apple without the owners permission. So he quickly went to the owner of the garden to ask for forgiveness. The owner owner noticed his piety and said: “I will only forgive you if you marry my daughter who is deaf, dumb, and blind.” He tried to wriggle his way out. But then he realised there is no other option so he agreed in order to get the forgiveness. He married her. She turned out to be perfectly healthy and Allah Taala granted them a pious child who we today remember as Abdullah Bin Mubarak Rahmatullahi Alayhi.
Imam Bukhari Rahmatullahi Alayhi was once practicing archery. He mistakenly hit someone’s small bridge and damaged it. He sat there and sent students to find the owner so he could pay for the damage. However, the owner forgave him. Imam Bukhari got so happy that he sat with the students and taught them extra lessons. 
So if any mistake happens, apologise there and then immediately. 

3) One should fulfil ‘Huqooqul Ibaad’ (the rights of the people) i.e the debts, inheritance matters, stolen goods, those taken by mistake, etc should be returned to the rightful owner.
Hadith: ‘Whoever owes some rights, whether monetary or to do with honour, should have them sorted out before a day comes in which there is no Dinaar or Dirham. If one has good deeds the person will be given, if not their sins will be taken and loaded on him’

4) People say our actions are closed on this blessed night.

This is a misconception. Books close at the time of death. The truth is that during Sha’baan, the guidelines for the following year are handed over to the angels. E.g Rains, crops, births, deaths, etc.. are finalised. Meaning that the guardians of Lawhe Mahfooz pass on the decisions for the following year to the angels of the lower level. This noting down and passing on continues until Laylatul Qadr, when everything is completed. 

SUMMARY:
1) Heart should be clean at all times.
2) Don’t wait for Shabe Bara’ah to ask for forgiveness from friends.
3) Major huqooqul ibaad such as debts, meerath, etc should be returned swiftly.
4) Book of deeds is not closed on Shabe Bara’ah, but decisions are noted down from Lawhe mahfooz and matters are finalised. 

Finally, Hadhrat Shaykh Zakariyyah Rahmatullahi alayhi says one should be really fearful on this night. Similar to the condition of a person in who’s name a warrant has been issued and is scared of the police who are after him. Our death warrant has been issued and the angel of death is after us. So we should be on our best behaviour to seek pardon from Allah swt. 

May Allah note our names among the pious when He decides to take back our souls.

May Allah forgive us and be pleased with us.

May Allah make the best decisions for us and for the whole Muslim Ummah. 
Ameen

10 Tips to prepare for Ramadhanย 

10 Beneficial Tips to Prepare for Ramadhan ๐ŸŒ™

by Shaykh Abdul Raheem hafizahullah
1. To fast some days in the month of Sha’baan
This will get you in the system, and then fasting will become easy. The Prophet Sallallahu Alayhi Wasallam used to fast in the month of Ramadhan perpetually. 

2. Sincere tawba & Istghfaar 

It cleanses the heart so the NOOR and Barakah of Ramadhan can enter the heart 

3. Pray 

We should start praying 5 times a day with Jamaat and Takbeere Ulaa 

4. Zakat 

We should calculate our Zakat and pay in Sha’baan, or you can pay it gradually throughout Ramadhan 

5. Giving Up Sins 

We should give up all our bad habits before Ramadhan starts.if we don’t, they will carry on in Ramadhan too. 

6. Have Great Terms With Close Ones 

Forgive one another, help one another, advise one another. Spring clean the heart 

7. Qaza 

If you have missed any fast from last Ramadhan, make up for them before Ramadhan starts. Also make up for any salah, kafaraa etc.. 

8. Plan Your Daily Schedule 

This will help you throughout Ramadhan 

9. Dua 

The Prophet Sallallahu Alayhi Wasallam used to make this Dua:

 ุงู„ู„ู‡ู… ุณู„ู…ู†ูŠ ู„ุฑู…ุถุงู† ูˆุณู„ู… ุฑู…ุถุงู† ู„ูŠ ูˆุชุณู„ู…ูˆ ู…ู†ูŠ ู…ุชู‚ุจู„ุง

10. Social media

Minimize it, only use it for Necessity. This will help you focus to worship Allah more. 

Transcribed by Ali Qaisar from Shaykh’s ‘Preparation for Ramadhan’ lecture delivered on 07/05/17

The Morning Azkaar

So beneficial Alhamdulillah. Via Shaykh Abdul Raheem

The Morning Azkaar (Remembrance)

Recite:
1- Surah Ikhlas

2- Surah Falaq

3- Surah An-Naas

(Recite These Surahs Once Each)

Recorded In Musnad Ahmad, Sunan Abu Dawud, Sunan Tirmizi and Sunan Nasaโ€™i

ุฃูŽุตู’ุจูŽุญู’ู†ูŽุง ูˆูŽุฃูŽุตู’ุจูŽุญูŽ ุงู„ู’ู…ูู„ู’ูƒู ู„ูู„ู‘ูŽู‡ู ูˆูŽ ู„ูŽุง ุฅูู„ูŽู€ูฐู‡ูŽ ุฅูู„ู‘ูŽุง ุงู„ู„ู‡ู ูˆูŽุญู’ุฏูŽู‡ู ู„ูŽุง ุดูŽุฑููŠูƒูŽ ู„ูŽู‡ูุŒ ู„ูŽู‡ู ุงู„ู’ู…ูู„ู’ูƒู ูˆูŽู„ูŽู‡ู ุงู„ู’ุญูŽู…ู’ุฏู ูˆูŽู‡ููˆูŽ ุนูŽู„ูŽู‰ ูƒูู„ู‘ู ุดูŽูŠู’ุกู ู‚ูŽุฏููŠุฑูŒุŒ ุฑูŽุจู‘ู ุฃูŽุณู’ุฃูŽู„ููƒูŽ ุฎูŽูŠู’ุฑูŽ ู…ูŽุง ูููŠ ู‡ูŽุฐูŽุง ุงู„ู’ูŠูŽูˆู…ู ูˆูŽุฎูŽูŠู’ุฑูŽ ู…ูŽุง ุจูŽุนู’ุฏูŽู‡ูุŒ ูˆูŽุฃูŽุนููˆุฐู ุจููƒูŽ ู…ูู†ู’ ุดูŽุฑู‘ู ู…ูŽุง ูููŠ ู‡ูŽุฐูŽุง ุงู„ู’ูŠูŽูˆู…ู ูˆูŽุดูŽุฑู‘ู ู…ูŽุง ุจูŽุนู’ุฏูŽู‡ูุŒ ุฑูŽุจู‘ู ุฃูŽุนููˆุฐู ุจููƒูŽ ู…ูู†ูŽ ุงู„ู’ูƒูŽุณูŽู„ูุŒ ูˆูŽุณููˆุกู ุงู„ูƒูุจูŽุฑูุŒ ุฑูŽุจู‘ู ุฃูŽุนููˆุฐู ุจููƒูŽ ู…ูู†ู’ ุนูŽุฐูŽุงุจู ูููŠ ุงู„ู†ู‘ูŽุงุฑู ูˆูŽุนูŽุฐูŽุงุจู ูููŠ ุงู„ู’ู‚ูŽุจู’ุฑู

Recorded In Sahih Muslim

ุงูŽู„ู„ู‘ูŽู‡ูู…ู‘ูŽ ูุงุทูู€ุฑูŽ ุงู„ุณู‘ูŽู…ูŽุงูˆูŽุงุชู ูˆูŽุงู„ุฃุฑู’ุถู ุนุงู„ูู€ู…ูŽ ุงู„ุบูŽู€ูŠู’ุจู ูˆูŽุงู„ุดู‘ู€ู‡ุงุฏูŽุฉู ุฑูŽุจู‘ูŽ ูƒู€ู„ู‘ู ุดูŽู€ูŠุกู ูˆูŽู…ูŽู„ูŠู€ูƒูŽู‡ ุฃูŽุนู€ูˆุฐู ุจููƒูŽ ู…ูู† ุดูŽู€ุฑู‘ู ู†ูŽูู’ุณู€ูŠ ูˆูŽ ุดูŽู€ุฑู‘ู ุงู„ุดู‘ูŽูŠู’ู€ุทุงู†ู – ูˆูŽุดูู€ุฑู’ูƒูู‡ ุฃูŽูˆู’ ุฃูŽู‚ู’ุชูŽู€ุฑูููŽ ุนูŽู„ู€ู‰ ู†ูŽูู’ุณู€ูŠ ุฐูŽู†ู’ุจู‹ุง ุฃูŽูˆู’ ุฃูŽุฌูู€ุฑู‘ูŽู‡ู ุฅูู„ู€ู‰ ู…ูุณู’ู€ู„ูู…

Recorded in Musnad Ahmad and the addition at the end is found in Sunan Tirmizi and Musnad Ahmad

ุงูŽู„ู„ู‘ูŽู‡ูู…ู‘ูŽ ุฃูŽู†ู’ุชูŽ ุฑูŽุจู‘ููŠ ู„ูŽุง ุฅูู„ูŽู€ูฐู‡ูŽ ุฅูู„ู‘ูŽุง ุฃูŽู†ู’ุชูŽุŒ ุฎูŽู„ูŽู‚ู’ุชูŽู†ููŠ ูˆูŽุฃูŽู†ูŽุง ุนูŽุจู’ุฏููƒูŽุŒ ูˆูŽุฃูŽู†ูŽุง ุนูŽู„ูŽู‰ ุนูŽู‡ู’ุฏููƒูŽ ูˆูŽูˆูŽุนู’ุฏููƒูŽ ู…ูŽุง ุงุณู’ุชูŽุทูŽุนู’ุชูุŒ ุฃูŽุนููˆุฐู ุจููƒูŽ ู…ูู†ู’ ุดูŽุฑู‘ู ู…ูŽุง ุตูŽู†ูŽุนู’ุชูุŒ ุฃูŽุจููˆุกู ู„ูŽูƒูŽ ุจูู†ูุนู’ู…ูŽุชููƒูŽ ุนูŽู„ูŽูŠู‘ูŽุŒ ูˆูŽุฃูŽุจููˆุกู ุจูุฐูŽู†ู’ุจููŠ ููŽุงุบู’ููุฑู’ ู„ููŠ ููŽุฅูู†ู‘ูŽู‡ู ู„ูŽุง ูŠูŽุบู’ููุฑู ุงู„ุฐู‘ูู†ููˆุจูŽ ุฅูู„ู‘ูŽุง ุฃูŽู†ู’ุชูŽ

Recorded In Sahih Bukhari 

ุจูุณู’ู…ู ุงู„ู„ู‡ู ุงู„ู‘ูŽุฐููŠ ู„ูŽุง ูŠูŽุถูุฑู‘ู ู…ูŽุนูŽ ุงุณู’ู…ูู‡ู ุดูŽูŠู’ุกูŒ ูููŠ ุงู„ู’ุฃูŽุฑู’ุถู ูˆูŽู„ูŽุง ูููŠ ุงู„ุณู‘ูŽู…ูŽุงุกู ูˆูŽู‡ููˆูŽ ุงู„ุณู‘ูŽู…ููŠุนู ุงู„ู’ุนูŽู„ููŠู…ู

(Recite This Once)

Recorded In Musnad Ahmad and Sunan Tirmizi

ุงูŽู„ู„ู‘ูŽู‡ูู…ู‘ูŽ ุฅูู†ู‘ููŠ ุฃูŽุณู’ุฃูŽู„ููƒูŽ ุงู„ู’ุนูŽุงูููŠูŽุฉูŽ ูููŠ ุงู„ุฏู‘ูู†ู’ูŠูŽุง ูˆูŽุงู„ู’ุขุฎูุฑูŽุฉูุŒ ุงูŽู„ู„ู‘ูŽู‡ูู…ู‘ูŽ ุฅูู†ู‘ููŠ ุฃูŽุณู’ุฃูŽู„ููƒูŽ ุงู„ู’ุนูŽูู’ูˆูŽ ูˆูŽุงู„ู’ุนูŽุงูููŠูŽุฉูŽ ูููŠ ุฏููŠู†ููŠ ูˆูŽุฏูู†ู’ูŠูŽุงูŠูŽ ูˆูŽุฃูŽู‡ู’ู„ููŠุŒ ูˆูŽู…ูŽุงู„ููŠุŒ ุงูŽู„ู„ู‘ูŽู‡ูู…ู‘ูŽ ุงุณู’ุชูุฑู’ ุนูŽูˆู’ุฑูŽุงุชููŠุŒ ุงูŽู„ู„ู‘ูŽู‡ูู…ู‘ูŽ ุงุญู’ููŽุธู’ู†ููŠ ู…ูู†ู’ ุจูŽูŠู’ู†ู ูŠูŽุฏูŽูŠู‘ูŽุŒ ูˆูŽู…ูู†ู’ ุฎูŽู„ู’ูููŠุŒ ูˆูŽุนูŽู†ู’ ูŠูŽู…ููŠู†ููŠุŒ ูˆูŽุนูŽู†ู’ ุดูู…ูŽุงู„ููŠุŒ ูˆูŽู…ูู†ู’ ููŽูˆู’ู‚ููŠุŒ ูˆูŽุฃูŽุนููˆุฐู ุจูุนูŽุธูŽู…ูŽุชููƒูŽ ุฃูŽู†ู’ ุฃูุบู’ุชูŽุงู„ูŽ ู…ูู†ู’ ุชูŽุญู’ุชููŠ

Recorded In Sunan Abu Dawud and Musnad Ahmad

ุฑูŽุถููŠุชู ุจูุงู„ู„ู‡ู ุฑูŽุจู‘ู‹ุงุŒ ูˆูŽุจูุงู„ู’ุฅูุณู’ู„ูŽุงู…ู ุฏููŠู†ุงู‹ุŒ ูˆูŽุจูู…ูุญูŽู…ู‘ูŽุฏู ุตูŽู„ู‘ูŽู‰ ุงู„ู„ู‡ู ุนูŽู„ูŽูŠู’ู‡ู ูˆูŽุณูŽู„ู‘ูŽู…ูŽ ู†ูŽุจููŠู‘ู‹ุง

Recorded In Musnad Ahmad and Sunan Abu Dawud

ูŠูŽุง ุญูŽูŠู‘ู ูŠูŽุง ู‚ูŽูŠู‘ููˆู…ู ุจูุฑูŽุญู’ู…ูŽุชููƒูŽ ุฃูŽุณู’ุชูŽุบููŠุซู ุฃูŽุตู’ู„ูุญู’ ู„ููŠ ุดูŽุฃู’ู†ููŠ ูƒูู„ู‘ูŽู‡ู ูˆูŽู„ูŽุง ุชูŽูƒูู„ู’ู†ููŠ ุฅูู„ูŽู‰ ู†ูŽูู’ุณููŠ ุทูŽุฑู’ููŽุฉูŽ ุนูŽูŠู’ู†ู

Recorded In Sunan Nasaโ€™i

ุงูŽู„ู„ู‘ูŽู‡ูู…ู‘ูŽ ุจููƒูŽ ุฃูŽุตู’ุจูŽุญู’ู†ูŽุงุŒ ูˆูŽุจููƒูŽ ุฃูŽู…ู’ุณูŽูŠู’ู†ูŽุงุŒ ูˆูŽุจููƒูŽ ู†ูŽุญู’ูŠูŽุงุŒ ูˆูŽุจููƒูŽ ู†ูŽู…ูู€ูˆู’ุชู ูˆูŽุฅูู„ูŽูŠู’ูƒูŽ ุงู„ู†ู‘ูุดููˆุฑู

Recorded In Musnad Ahmed, Sunan Abu Dawud and Sunan Tirmizi 

ุฃูŽุตู’ุจูŽุญู’ู†ูŽุง ุนูŽู„ูŽู‰ ููุทู’ุฑูŽุฉู ุงู„ู’ุฅูุณู’ู„ูŽุงู…ู ูˆูŽุนูŽู„ูŽู‰ ูƒูŽู„ูู…ูŽุฉู ุงู„ู’ุฅูุฎู’ู„ูŽุงุตูุŒ ูˆูŽุนูŽู„ูŽู‰ ุฏููŠู†ู ู†ูŽุจููŠู‘ูู†ูŽุง ู…ูุญูŽู…ู‘ูŽุฏูุŒ ูˆูŽุนูŽู„ูŽู‰ ู…ูู„ู‘ูŽุฉู ุฃูŽุจููŠู†ูŽุง ุฅูุจู’ุฑูŽุงู‡ููŠู…ูŽุŒ ุญูŽู†ููŠููŽุง ูˆูŽู…ูŽุง ูƒูŽุงู†ูŽ ู…ูู†ูŽ ุงู„ู’ู…ูุดู’ุฑููƒููŠู†ูŽ

Recorded In Musnad Ahmad and Sunan Daarimi

ุณูุจู’ุญูŽุงู†ูŽ ุงู„ู„ู‡ู ูˆูŽุจูุญูŽู…ู’ุฏูู‡ู: ุนูŽุฏูŽุฏูŽ ุฎูŽู„ู’ู‚ูู‡ูุŒ ูˆูŽุฑูุถูŽุง ู†ูŽูู’ุณูู‡ูุŒ ูˆูŽุฒูู†ูŽุฉูŽ ุนูŽุฑู’ุดูู‡ู ูˆูŽู…ูุฏูŽุงุฏูŽ ูƒูŽู„ูู…ูŽุงุชูู‡ู

(Recite this Three Times)

Recorded In Sahih Muslim

ู„ูŽุง ุฅูู„ูŽู€ูฐู‡ูŽ ุฅูู„ู‘ูŽุง ุงู„ู„ู‡ู ูˆูŽุญู’ุฏูŽู‡ู ู„ูŽุง ุดูŽุฑููŠูƒูŽ ู„ูŽู‡ูุŒ ู„ูŽู‡ู ุงู„ู’ู…ูู„ู’ูƒู ูˆูŽู„ูŽู‡ู ุงู„ู’ุญูŽู…ู’ุฏูุŒ ูˆูŽู‡ููˆูŽ ุนูŽู„ูŽู‰ ูƒูู„ู‘ู ุดูŽูŠู’ุกู ู‚ูŽุฏููŠุฑูŒ

(Recite This Ten Times)

Recorded By Ibn Hibban In His Sahih

ุณูุจู’ุญูŽุงู†ูŽ ุงู„ู„ู‡ู ูˆูŽุจูุญูŽู…ู’ุฏูู‡

(Recite This One Hundred Times)

Recorded In Sahih Muslim