Dua Kumayl / The Supplication Kumayl. Kumayl Ibn Ziyad was a prominent companion of Amir al Muminin, Imam Ali Ibn Abi Talib (as.) and this sublime Dua was. This application contains the supplication of Dua’a-E-Kumayl. (Shia Supplication) A line by line Arabic text, with English translation and Translieration of the. Imam Ali – Kumayl Ibn Ziyad Nakhai was a confidant amongst the companions of Imam Ali Ibn Abi Talib (as.) and this sublime Dua was first heard from the.
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Wilt Thou see me punished with the fire kindled by Thee despite my belief in Thy unity? My God and my Protector! My God and my Protector! A du’a may address God in any circumstance to which one may be afflicted. O Allah, I ask You with the asking of one whose indigence is extreme. O Allah, verily I ask You with the asking of a submissive, abased and lowly man to show me forbearance, to have mercy on me.
O’ Thou unto Whom I express my distress! So I declare with certainty that were it not for what You hast decreed concerning the chastisement of Your deniers. That You make my times in the night and the day inhabited by Your remembrance. O’ Thou who holdeth my destiny and who art aware of my suffering and poverty. Those whom You have appointed to watch over what appears from me.
Dua-e-Kumayl with English Translation – دُعَاء كُميل
Great is Thy kingdom and exalted is Thy greatness Thy plan is secret, Thy authority is manifest, Thy might is victorious and subduing and Thy power is prevalent throughout and it is not possible to escape from Thy dominion.
You put into effect ku,ail me a decree in which I followed the caprice of my own soul. Strengthen my limbs for Thy service and sustain the strength of my hands to persevere in Thy service and bestow upon me the eagerness to fear Thee and constantly sua serve Thee. Their references are www. Or submit to tribulation him whom You have spared and shown mercy. And by Thy grandeur which prevails upon all things And by Thy authority which is exercised over all things And by Thy own self that shall endure forever after all things have vanished And by Thy Names which manifest Thy power over all things And by Thy knowledge which pervades all things And by the light of Thy countenance which illuminates everything O Thou who art the light!
For it is the duty of all possessing the knowledge to pass it on, thus supplications were recorded for annual public occasions and inward prayer alike. So that I may move easily toward You in the battlefields of the foremost. O Allah, verily I seek nearness to You through remembrance of You.
And every evil act which You have commanded the Noble Writers to record. Far be it from You!
Complete text of Du’a’ Kumayl in Arabic with Trasliteration and English Translation
,umail decreed a law for me but instead I obeyed my own low desires And I did not guard myself against the allurements of my enemy He deceived me with vain hopes whereby I was led astray and fate helped him in that respect Thus I transgressed some of its limits set for me by Thee and I kumil some of Thy commandments. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. And no transformer of any of my ugly acts into good acts but You.
And over minds encompassing knowledge of You until they have become humble. And desire fervently Your proximity among the fervently desirous. And how can he withstand its roaring flames when Thou knowest his fraility?
You art more generous than that You shouldst squander him whom You hast nurtured. Who originated my creation and accorded me my individuality, and ensured my upbringing and welfare and provided my sustenance I beg Thee to restore Thy favours and blessings upon me as Thou didst in the beginning of my life. Who illuminateth those who are in bewilderment!
O’ Thou who art the last hope and resort of those who acknowledge Thee and have faith in Thy clemency and kindness; o’ Thou who art the helper of those seeking help!
Pearl of Wisdom ‘Truthfulness is incumbent upon you, for verily it is one of the doors of Paradise. Muslims practice salat, a fixed vocal prayer, regularly for the five prayers of the day. Considered one of the famous supplications, that of Khidr, Ali choose to teach this du’a to Kumayl as his disciple.
Far be it from You! Bestow upon me for the sake of Your having given rise [to me] with generosity and Your previous goodness to me! And spare me the evil of my enemies from among the jinn and men! And over tongues voicing sincerely the profession of Your Unity and giving thanks to You in praise.
O Thou who shall exist after the last!
I have stretched forth my hands therefore, by Thy honour, respond to my supplication and let me attain my wishes and, by Thy bounty, frustrate not my hopes and protect me from the evils of my enemies, from among the jinns and mankind o’ Thou! And whom You have made, along with my bodily members, witness against me.
My Protector, so how should he remain in the chastisement, while he has hope for Your previous clemency? For it is a tribulation whose period is long, oumail station endures and whose sufferers are given no respite.
I implore Thee by Thy greatness not to let my sins and my misdeeds shut out access to my prayers from kimail Thy realm and not to disgrace me by exposing those hidden ones of which Thou hast knowledge nor to hasten my retribution kumial those vices and misdeeds committed by me in secret which were due to evil mindedness, ignorance, excessive lustfulness and my negligence.
I beg Thee as one who is passing through extreme privation and who supplicates his needs to Thee and his hope has been greatly raised by that which is with Thee.
I endeavour to draw myself nigh to Thee through Thy invocation And I pray to Thee to intercede on my behalf And I entreat Thee by Thy benevolence to draw me nearer to Thee And grant me that I should be grateful to Thee and inspire me to remember kumaill to invoke Thee.
Even though it is a tribulation and ordeal whose stay is short, whose subsistence is kumaul little and, whose period is but fleeting. And not to disgrace me through the hidden things You know of my secrets. How can I, a weak, insignificant, humble, poor and destitute creature of Thine be able to bear them?