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Du’a Al-Nur and Wird Al-Tirmidhi

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There are many supplications [ad’iyya] that are known as the

“Supplication of Illumination” [du’â’a-n nur]. The version presented here
ranks as the resplendent jewel of them all for it is from the Paragon of
creation, our beloved Prophet Muhammad, Allah bless him and give him
peace. It is a mainstay of the khas al-Khawas or crème de la crème of the

As the du’a is generally read between the Sunna and Fard of

the Fajr prayer, we have included a wird of 2 recitals, attributed to Imam
al-Tirmidhi, which is also recommended to be read during this blessed
time. Shaikhuna Dr. Thaika Shuaib, in his Al-Munjiyat compendium (3rd
ed. p285), advises all muridin to read it for the protection of one’s faith
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From the Chieftain of the Messengers, Seal of the Prophets,
Leader of the God-Conscious the Chosen Beloved,
our master Abu-l Qâsim Mu ammad j

The Du’a al-Nur is found in many Ahadith books and Ad’iyya collections. It
is related, with slight variations, by:

Imam Al-Tabarani in his works Al-Mu’jam Al-Awsat and Al-Mu’jam

Imam Ibn Khuzayma in his Sahih
Imam Al-Asfahani in his Hilyatu-l Awliya wa Tabaqatu-l As�ya
Imam Al-Ghazali, in Chapter 3 – Book IX of his ihya, narrates:

Ibn ‘Abbas (may God be pleased with him) said, ‘Al-‘Abbas sent me to the
Emissary of God (may God bless him and grant him peace). I came to him
in the evening and he was in the house of my aunt, Maymuna. He rose to
perform the night prayer [there], and after he had performed the dawn
prayer [salat al-fajr] of two rak’as—and before the morning prayer [salat
al-subh]—he said, “O God, I ask You for Mercy from You, … [till the end
of the following supplication]”

—Al-Ghazali, Nakamura, K (1973).Chapter Three: Transmitted Prayers

whose Authors and Circumstances [of Composition] are Known and
whose Use in the Mornings and Evenings and immediately after Each
Ritual Prayer is Desirable. In: Invocations & Supplications Kitab al-adhkar
wa’l-da’awat · Book IX of The Revival of The Religious Sciences Ihya’
ulum al-din. 3rd ed. Cambridge: Islamic Texts Society. p63-67.

While the Prophetic narrations in the above books state that the du’a is
read between the sunna and fard of the fajr prayer, Imam Al-Tirmidhi
narrates that the Holy Prophet, Allah bless him and give him peace, read
it after performing the night vigil prayer (
/48/50) .

And Allah and His Beloved know best!

Supplication of Illumination

Entreating the Divine between the

Sunna and Fard of the Fajr Prayer

From the Chieftain of the Messengers, Seal of the Prophets,

Leader of the God-Conscious & the Chosen Beloved,
Our Master Abu-l Qâsim Muhammad,
Allah bless him and give him peace

In the name of Allah

the Universally Merciful, the Singularly Compassionate

O Allah, verily I beseech You for mercy from You, by which You—guide
my heart aright; rebuild my integrity; help me recover from confusion;
keep tribulations away from me; restore my piety; veil my hidden; raise
my apparent; purify my deeds; confer upon me honour; inspire me with
right guidance; and guard me against all evil.

O Allah, verily I beseech You for perpetual faith that takes root in my
heart, and I beseech You for true certainty to realise that nothing a�icts
me except that which You have decreed for me, and make me contend
with whatever You have apportioned for me.

O Allah, grant me sincere faith and certitude that is not succeeded by

unbelief, and (grant me) mercy by which I attain the honour of Your
nobility here and in the Hereafter. O Allah, verily I beseech You for
patience with destiny, salvation in the Encounter (on the Day of
Judgment), stations of the martyrs, life of the felicitous, succor against
enemies, and companionship of the Prophets.

O Allah, verily I submit my need to You. Indeed! My intellect is weak, my

arti�ce small, my deeds fall short, and I am in dire need of Your mercy.
Therefore, I beseech You, O Enactor of a�airs and O Healer of breasts,
that, just as You place a protective barrier between the seas, protect me
from the chastisement of the blazing inferno, the imprecation of perdition,
and the tribulation of graves.

O Allah, the favour for which my intellect falls short, my deeds are too
weak, and my intention and aspiration do not reach; the favour that You
have promised to any of Your servants, or the favour that You bestow
upon any one of Your creation—verily, this favour I request of You and
this favour I beseech of You, O Lord of all domains.

O Allah, make us guides and guided aright, not astray and lead astray, at
war against Your enemies, and at peace with Your friends. We love,
through Your love, those of Your creation who obey You, and we despise,
through Your enmity, those of Your creation who disobey You.

O Allah, this is the supplication and the answer belongs to You. This is
endeavor [on our part] and dependence is on You. Verily to Allah we
belong and unto Him we return. There is no might and no power save in
Allah, the Exalted, the Magni�cent; the Possessor of the �rm rope and the
upright command.

I beseech You for security on the Day of Threat and for Paradise on the
Day of Eternity, together with those who are brought near [to Allah] and
witnessing [the Beati�c Vision], and those who bow and prostrate often,
and keep their covenants. Verily, You are compassionate and a�ectionate,
and You do what You will.

Glory be to Him who wears might as a garment and vanquishes in it!

Glory be to Him who is cloaked in majesty and shows generosity in it!
Glory be to Him who alone is worthy of glori�cation and none other!
Glory be to the Possessor of grace and blessings! Glory be to the Possessor
of might and generosity! Glory be to Him who has accounted for
everything, by virtue of His omniscience!

O Allah, grant me light in my heart and light in my grave, light in my

hearing and light in my seeing, light in my hair and light in my skin, light
in my �esh and light in my blood and light in my bones, light before me
and light behind me, light to my right and light to my left, light above me
and light beneath me. O Allah, increase me in light, bestow upon me light,
and make me a light. By Your Universal Mercy, O Essence of Mercy!

Litany of Al-Tirmidhi for Protection of Faith

Entreating the Divine between the

Sunna and Fard of the Fajr Prayer

Attributed to the Hadith Master,

Abu Isa Muhammad ibn Isa al-Tirmidhi

1. ya Hayyu ya Qayyumu, ya Badi’a-s samawati wa-l ardi, ya

dhal-Jalali wa-l Ikrami (Thrice)

O Ever-Living, O Self-Subsisting! O Primal Origin of the Heavens and the

Earth! O Possessor of Majesty and Honour! 

2. Allahumma bi-hurmati-l Hasani, wa akhi-hi, wa jaddi-hi, wa

abi-hi, wa ummi-hi, wa bani-hi – najji-ni mina-l ghammi-l adhi �-hi,
ya Hayyu ya Qayyumu, ya dha-l Jalali wa-l Ikram, as’aluka an
tuhyiya qalbi bi-nuri ma’rifatika, ya Allahu ya Allahu ya Allahu, ya
Arhama-r rahimin (Once)

O Allah, by the sanctity of Imam Hasan, his brother [i.e. Imam Husain],
his grandfather [i.e. Prophet Muhammad, Allah bless him and give him
peace], his father [i.e. Imam Ali], his mother [i.e. Lady Fatima], and his
progeny – deliver me from the sorrow that I am in. O Ever-Living, O
Self-Subsisting! O Possessor of Majesty and Honour! I beg You to revive
my heart with the light of mystical intuitive knowledge of spiritual truth
[ma’rifa], O Allah! O Allah! O Allah! O Essence of Mercy!

Success is from Allah and He is the Guide.

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