Happy Islamic Month Ramadan 3rd Ashra Dua 2020

There are a total of three ashra in the complete Ramadan Kareem (رمَضَان كريم 2020 ) month. This month is the most important month in Islam. The Ashra means ten in Arabic. The 3rd ashra of Ramadan Kareem 2020 is called the Ashara to free from Hellfire. The third Ramadan Kareem Ashra is also famous with the name of Days of Seeking Refuge.

The Ramadan 3rd Ashra Dua 2020 is a very famous and most recitable Dua in the last 10 days of Ramadan.

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The 3rd Ramadan Kareem Ashra has a lot of importance. These are the last 10 days of Ramadan Al Kareem. Ramadan Kareem month will finish after these ten days. In the last Ramadan Kareem (رمَضَان كريم 2020 ) Ashra, there is a night Laylatul Qadr in which worship is better than 1000 months. This night can be searched in 3rd ashra of Ramadan. This night comes in the odd nights of the last Ramadan Kareem Ashra.

The 3rd and last ashra of Ramadan Mubarak is also important that this is the ashra in which people do the aitkaf. Aitkaf is a routine of our beloved Holy Prophet Muhammad PBUH in the month of Ramadan Kareem. The last complete ashra people spend these days completely in the mosques. This is such a great and amazing time in the Ramadan month which cannot be explained in words.

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The last Ashra includes the spirited days of Ramadan Kareem as it unveils those days in which the most important night comes i.e “Lailat-ul-Qadar”. This night reward is the highest among the rest of the days. Although the whole month of Ramadan Mubarak is a blessing, yet Allah has provided Muslims with a night in the last Ashra, a night of decree superior in virtue and is better than the nights of thousand months. Try to make happy your Lord on this night which is full of blessings till morning.

The last of Ramadan Kareem is also referred to as Nijaat, meaning ‘salvation.’ These are also known as the Days of Seeking Refuge. This is the time when Muslims asked Allah Almighty to keep away him from Hell on the judgment day.

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On the last day of the blessed month, Ramadan is about seeking sanctuary from the fires of Hell. Fasting is a shield that protects a person who fasts in this holy month Ramadan. The fasting is effective the same as any physical shield used in the war field.

The Beautiful Ramadan 3rd ashra dua for this part of the month is ‘O Almighty Allah, save me from the fire of Hell.’

Once again, we are mentioned that These last ten days of Ramadan Mubarak month are very momentous as they are when Laylat al-Qadr takes place. Better to pray Ramadan 3rd Ashra Dua in these last days of final Ashra.

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The Laylatul Qadr has different names like Night of Power, Night of Destiny and other names. It honors the night when the Holy book Qur’an Majeed was first revealed to our beloved Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).

There is no specific date for this holy night. The Holy Prophet PBUH did not mention a specific date for the Night of Power, He did say to “seek it in the odd-numbered nights of last 10 days of Ramadan Kareem.”

So this confirms that Laylat al-Qadr is believed to fall on one of the odd-numbered nights in the final ten days of Ramadan.

There are a lof Duas which can be prayed on the last Ashra of Ramadan. The Ramadan 3rd ashra Dua is very important in this specific period of time.

Like many more Ibadah in the last Ashra of Ramadan, many Muslims take part in the practice of Itikaf. Aitkaaf means staying in the mosque for the last ashra of Ramadan and devoting themselves to secluded worship, away from the interference of all worldly matters.

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Ramadan Kareem (رمَضَان كريم 2020 )  Third Ashra Dua in Arabic

اَللَّهُمَّ أَجِرْنِي مِنَ النَّارِ

Holy Month Ramadan Kareem (رمَضَان كريم 2020 )  Third Ashra Dua in English

O Allah! Save me from the Hell – Fire.

Ramadan Kareem 2020 3rd Ashra Dua in Urdu

اے اللہ! مجھے آگ کے عذاب سے بچا لے

3rd Ashra Ramadan Kareem 2020 Dua in Roman English


Muslim Islamic Month Ramadan Kareem 2020 Best Wishes and Quotes

Ramadan Reminders – Supplicate “three prayers are not rejected the prayers of a father, the prayers of a fasting person, and the prayers of a travller.” (Narrated by Al-Baihaqi)

May Allah’s immaculate grace and exceptional wisdom conquer your life as you celebrate this holy month of Ramadan. Have a blessed and peaceful Ramadan! Happy Ramadan Kareem 2020.

TAQWA is the ultimate goal of our Ramadan preparations, to be among the righteous for now and forever! Happy Ramadan Kareem 2020.

This Ramadan I want to pray to Allah for every little thing I want in life —- No matter how big or how small… Allah is always there to answer my duas. Happy Ramadan Kareem.

May the day delight and the moments measure all the special joys for all of you to treasure. May the year ahead be fruitful too, for your home and family and especially for you.
Happy Ramadan Mubarak!

As Allah waters, HIS Creation, may HE also sprinkle his wondrous blessings over you and your beloved ones. Ramzan Mubarak 2020!

May your plate of life be always full of juicy kebabs and tikkas, Topped with the chutney of Happiness. With best Eid wishes, Happy Ramadan Mubarak!

The Qur’an reveals that Ramadan serves as guidance to mankind. To glorify Allah in the midst of everything. Thanksgiving to him who blesses your way. Ramadan Mubarak 2020!

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Your sincere prayers, your devotion, your faith in Allah, will make you a better human to serve this society with wisdom and truth. Happy Ramadan!

Ramadan is the season where the fiery horns of the devil’s freeze. Let us take this opportunity to spread love and eradicate hatred. Have a peaceful and blessed Ramadan. Happy Ramadan Kareem 2020.

As the auspicious month of Ramadan starts, may the crescent-shaped moon brighten your path toward enlightenment and may Allah bless you with peace and grace.
Wishing you a Happy Ramadan Kareem Mubarak 2020!

Ramadan may be a month to …..
to feel the hunger that poor folks suffer
to visit the poor, the sick and share their sorrows
to review our lives and acquire nearer to Supreme Being.
Happy Ramadan Kareem and have a blessed Ramadan!

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