The Namaz e Janaza ki Dua is a series of requests said during the funeral prayer. It contains requests for the deceased’s protection, forgiveness, and mercies. This Dua also asks for a happy ending for the departed and intercession on the Day of Judgment mentioned in Surah Qiyamah. Muslims read this Dua aloud as a sign of kindness and harmony.
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What is Namaz Janaza?
The funeral prayer, known as Namaz e Janaza, is a collective duty (Farz e Kifayah) owed by the Muslim community. The prayer includes particular requests and offerings are made in memory of the departed.
- Looking for Pardon: The prayer asks for pardon for the departed.
- Assistance on the Day of Decision: Trust in the pleas of the righteous.
- Assuring a Happy Ending: The dua contains prayers for an enjoyable conclusion in the future.
- Collaboration and Cooperation: Saying the prayer together strengthens the bonds of the neighborhood.
- Discussion on the Change of Existence: This helps people realize how fleeting life is.
- Comfort and Condolences: Offers those left behind with relatives’ support and sympathies.
- Achieving Spiritual Responsibility: In Islam, it is an Islamic obligation to offer Namaz-e-Janaza.
- Respecting the departed: The dua recognizes and pays tribute to the life of the departed.
Method to perform Funeral Prayer
- The first Takbir begins, “Allahu Akbar.”
- The crowd recites Surah Al-Fatiha in silence.
- The second Takbir begins with a second “Allahu Akbar” recitation.
- The Prophet Muhammad is blessed by the people. Explore more about Prophet Muhammad’s (PBUH) teachings in Surah Muhammad.
- Third Takbir is offered by the repetition of the phrase “Allahu Akbar”.
- The Dua for the Passed Away, asks for generosity, apologies, and a happy ending. Moreover, another dua for pardon is Astaghfirullah Dua.
- The fourth Takbir “Allahu Akbar” is recited once more.
- The community extends the delivery of peace & thanks to Allah’s Prophet
- To finish the prayer, turn your head to the right and recite “Assalamu ‘alaykum wa rahmatullah.”
Muslims perform the burial prayer, Namaz e Janaza, as part of a religious duty, to ask for mercy and fortitude for the passed away, to show support and sympathy for the family who lost a loved one, to consider how fleeting life is, and to get ready for the future. Additionally when Muslim is buried then you can recite, Mitti Dene ki Dua (Dua to put soil on grave).
It is a communal act that promotes harmony among Muslims and contains particular prayers for the souls of the deceased to be nicely treated and pardoned.