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Own Du’aa In Sajdah

Answered as per Hanafi Fiqh by Mahmoodiyah



As the Nabi SAW has said the closest place to Allah is the Sajdah so supplicate there.

Is it aloud to formulate our own Du’aa in our own language in Sajdah after reciting 3 times Subhana rabbiyal ala? And is it aloud to do this in every prayer (Fardh, Sunnah, Nafl)

Or do we have to read there Du’aa known from Hadith or Qur’an?

please clarify your answer with daleels.




Subhaana Rabbi Al-Aa’laa, which is recited in Sajdah, is in itself a Du’aa. Reciting any other proven Du’aa from Nabi (SAW) will be correct, but if the person makes Du’aa in any other language, then the Salaah performed will be rendered void. In optional prayers, one should only recite that Du’aa which is proven from Nabi (SAW). It is not correct for you to formulate your own Du’aa. (Durrul Mukhtaar Vol. 1, Page 374)

And Allah Ta’ala knows best

Nezaam bin Yahya Ali

Attested to as correct by:

Mufti Muhammad Ashraf

Darul Iftaa

Jameah Mahmoodiyah



30 August 2005

24 Rajab 1426

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