Reflections on Dua Jawshan Kabir. Mohammad Ali Shomali. International Institute for Islamic Studies, Qom, Iran Spiritual Quest Summer and Autumn Vol. 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. Benefits of each of the sections of. Jawshan Kabeer. No. Benefit. No. Benefit. No. Benefit. 1. To overcome difficulties. To ask for more benefits. To build up.

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O He, Who provided food for me and quenched my thirst. He also discussed many relevant issues of philosophymysticismand theology. For example, for the 3rd section, it says “for the request of victory and the increase of one’s livelihood”; for the 24th section, it says: O He Who gives protection and is in no need of protection.

O He, Who has no partner in His sovereignty. O Best of those who are longed for. O Healer for those who seek cure. O Noblest Friend who is known. O He, Who saved and guarded me. O He, Who is the Creator of all things. In all, the supplication comprises names of Allah and attributes of Allah and request from Allah.


O Most vigilant of invigilators. O Most remembered of all who are remembered. O He-lovers are proud of Him. O Magnanimous, O Increaser. O Shelter for every exile. O Proclaimer, O Distributor. O He, Who holds all pride and eminence. Interestingly, sometimes divine life is mentioned even before His Oneness, as in Qur’an O Most Benign of all the benign.

O He, towards Whom is the return of every matter. O Just One for those who seek justice. O Degrader, O Benefactor.

Reflections on Dua Jawshan Kabir

This page has been accessed 14, times. O Knowing, O Supporter.

Nevertheless, when we call God, we usually ask Him what we need, since we are needy creatures and He is our Merciful Lord, and for many believers, this is the main purpose of dua. Muslims often read the Jawshan kabir in Laylat al-Qadr in Ramadan but some Hadiths recommend reading it at the beginning of Ramadan.

Another point that shows us the importance of tasbih is the fact that the angels are occupied with doing tasbih all the time. O Most Aware of all. O Remover of pain.


Views Read Edit View history. O Forgiver of sins. O Eternal in His sovereignty. O Responder to the supplicant. O He-there is no deity except Him. O He-there is no strength and vigour but from Him. O He, Whose Hands are stretched forth in mercy.

O our Chief, O our Master. O Purest of the pure. O Coolness of worshippers’ eyes. So, like the angels and the inhabitants of the heaven, we begin with tasbih and conclude with hamd. jawsha

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O He Whose action is subtle. O He, Who judges without injustice. O Eternal, O Merciful. The supplication has section, each containing 10 of divine names and attributes, except for the 55th section that contains 11 such names and attributes. O He, Who has neither taken a wife nor begotten any child.