Learn Islamic Supplication (Dua) - Aya Institute

Learn Islamic Supplication (Dua)

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Learn how to make dua’a online with highly-qualified Islamic scholars from Egypt through one-to-one sessions. At our platform, you or your kids can learn how to recite Dua the right way in Arabic, the preferable times to make Duaa (Supplication), and etiquette of supplication (Dua). Our Islamic tutors will teach you Duain or daily supplication from authentic books of Hadith & the holy book of Quran. Learning Islamic supplication and reciting Dua on a daily basis gets us closer to Allah (SWT) and make us better Muslims. So hurry up and join the Islamic Supplication course at Aya Institute.

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About The Course

Muslims recite Islamic supplications and duas on a daily basis. Dua, or supplication, is a significant part of Muslim culture and one of the most important aspects of Muslim’s daily life.

In addition to the big events like Eid, marriage, etc Islam believes that Muslims should pray for the little things as well. As a result, the Muslims custom of making supplication to Allah Almighty for even the most mundane of daily tasks is beneficial.

Supplications and remembrance of Allah(SWT) are referred to in Islam as “Dua”. There are two basic types of Islamic Supplications (DUA):

  • Those offered in request of something, 
  • And those offered in worship and thanksgiving to Allah(SWT).

Supplication, or Du’a, is one of the most unique and special forms of voluntary worship to Allah. In order to gain Allah’s(SWT) forgiveness and satisfaction, Muslims recite Duas throughout the day and night at various times, situations, and activities.

The Aya Institute’s Islamic Supplications (Dua) course will teach you or your children how to make daily dua (supplication) with the help of qualified Islamic scholars in one-on-one live classes. Duas (supplications) are an essential part of Muslim life, and this online course will teach you how to recite them correctly. 

You or your children will also learn about the significance of Dua, its verses, how to supplicate, the proper etiquette of Dua’a, and the special Duas to be recited during Islamic occasions such as Eid or fasting during online Dua classes.

Even so, our online course on Islamic Supplication (Duaa) is appropriate for people of any gender or age. Our “Learn Arabic Online Course” is highly recommended if you or your children do not know how to read Arabic before beginning to learn Dua.

WHY TAKING This COURSE

Allah (SWT) says in the Quran [40:60]:

Your Lord has proclaimed, “Call upon Me, I will respond to you. Surely those who are too proud to worship Me will enter Hell, fully humbled.”

Dua and Azkar should be uttered at specific times of the day in order to seek refuge in Allah’s satisfaction and forgiveness, and to seek protection from the various forms of evil that exist.

Before going out, before entering or exiting the bathroom, before eating, before drinking anything else, you or your children will learn all about “Dua” through this Islamic supplications course for adults and children.

Supplicating shows a Muslim’s faith and represents the fact that even in the smallest of matters, a believer turns to Allah Almighty for help and blessings, though one can go about their daily lives without supplicating. It is an act of mercy and healing for the human soul to learn Islamic Supplications (Duaa). It aids Muslims in staying connected to Allah (SWT) at all times, regardless of their activities.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • You will learn:
    • Introduction to Islamic supplications
    • Importance of Duaa 
    • How to make Duaa 
    • Mannerism and etiquettes of DUA
    • Meaning of Quranic DUA verses
    • Essential daily Duas
    • Islamic occasions Dua
    • Duas for waking up & sleeping
    • Dua for wearing clothes
    • Dua before undressing
    • Dua before going to toilet
    • Duas for entering & exiting the house
    • Duas for entering & exiting the mosque
    • Duas for ablution (wudu) & prayer
    • Dua after seeing a bad dream
    • Dua for anxiety and sorrow
    • Dua for an increase in Rizq
    • Dua for one in distress
    • Dua for settling a debt
    • Dua for childbirth 
    • Duas during pregnancy
    • Dua for placing children under Allah’s protection
    • Dua when visiting a sick person
    • Dua for the funeral prayer
    • Dua for when it rains
    • Dua for earthquake and other earthly disasters 

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FAQs About Learning Islamic Supplication (Dua)

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The Islamic term for supplication and remembering Allah (SWT) is “Duaa”. Islamic Supplications (DUAA) are of two types:

  • Those offered in request of something, 
  • And those offered in worship and thanksgiving to Allah(SWT.)

Muslims recite Duas throughout the day and night in order to gain Allah’s(SWT) forgiveness and satisfaction. Duas are recited at various times, situations, and activities to enhance your relationship with Allah(SWT.)

Why do Muslims Supplicate?

Allah (SWT) says in the Quran [40:60]:

Your Lord has proclaimed, “Call upon Me, I will respond to you. Surely those who are too proud to worship Me will enter Hell, fully humbled.”

Muslims supplicate because first of all it is the order of Allah. Allah wants Muslims to supplicate for even the most mundane things. This helps in keeping us grounded and humbled, as well as improves our connection with our creater. When you are making dua for the tiniest things in life, that means your belief in Allah is so strong that you want to share even the smallest of details and problems with Him. 

What is Salawat Dua?

Salawat are the set of sentences in the praise of Prophet Muhammad(SAW.) In Islamic context, Whenever a Muslim or an Islamic angel (mal’ikah) recite salawat, they are sending it to the Prophet(SAW) and showing Allah their respect and love for Muhammad(SAW), whereas when the same is sent upon the prophet by Allah himself, it signifies that he has received Allah’s blessing on his life. Allah has spoken in Quran about the Salawat Dua that Allah Himself and His Angels send Salawat Dua to the Prophet Muhammad(SAW) and we(Muslims) should also send Salawats to the Holy Prophet Muhammad(SAW.)

How can I send Salawat to the Holy Prophet (PBUH)?

As discussed above, Salawat are the set of praising sentences for Muhammad(SAW.) Every Muslim needs to send Salawat to the Prophet whenever he/she makes Dua(supplicates.) There are countless Salawats in Islam and then there are few very famous ones called ‘Duroods’. Durood e Ibrahimi is one of the most famous and the most supplicated Durood in the Islamic world. 

What is the cost of learning Supplication online?

You can learn Islamic Supplication online at Aya Institute starting from 32$ per month which grants you 4 Hours per Month, 1 Hour per Week, and One/Two Days per Week.

How to make Dua?

Making Dua is one of the most purest and natural talents every Muslim posses deep inside. Whenever you get into trouble with something, the heartfelt pleading to Allah seeking his mercy and blessing comes naturally from within. Yet there is a mannerism involved in how to make Dua. Some of the points to consider when making dua are:

  • Always recite Salawat at the start and end of a Dua as it gives the Dua wings and it goes straight unto the “Arsh”.
  • Make sure to be in complete bodily cleanliness when making Dua.
  • Always seek refuge in Allah’s mercy and protection by calling his 99 names as Al-Rahman, Al-Raheem, etc.
  • Always seek forgiveness for previously committed sins and the ones you are probably going to commit in the future. There is no doubt, Allah is the most merciful.