Du’a Wudu – This time we will explain about du’a after and before wudu. This discussion is something important in religion, because there are certain acts of worship that must be performed with wudu, and there is also worship that is circumcised is done with ablution. Among the actions that must be performed with wudu are prayer, both those that are obligatory: such as the five daily prayers or sunnat such as: rawatib prayer, and including janazah prayer, touching the Koran or mushaf and carrying the Koran. However, in the discussion, of course it cannot be separated by explaining the procedures for wudu in accordance with the sunnah of the Prophet Muhammad.
Wudu is an act to purify oneself from minor hadas such as farting out, touching women, urinating, defecating, and so on. While the great hadats must be purified by obligatory bathing, great hadas bath or ghusl. On another occasion, God willing, we will explain about ghusl. In this article, we focus on wudu and prayer before and after wudu ‘.
Du’a wudu is something that is circumcised, so it is not a pillar. Without du’a, ablution is still valid, but it is not perfect. However, because du’a has extraordinary value and wisdom, it is highly recommended that we recite du’a before wudu and prayer after ablution. As we have said, wudu is not only for praying, but also for other things. However, if it is performed for prayer, then the state of ablution is obligatory because without wudu prayer is invalid, this is said to be a prerequisite for prayer. However, for other things there are also those that are obliged to do with ablution such as holding the Koran and carrying it, because the Koran should not be touched by unholy ones.
In general, Muslims are praised for ablution. A person who ablutions is eternal or who is always pure is a person who has special value with Allah.
Also read: How to Perform Wudu [Imam Syafie Mazhab]
Obligation of Wudu for Prayer
Wudu ‘means: is to clean the body from minor hadas and someone who wants to pray, he must be pure from minor hadas and big hadas. The following is the word of Allah regarding wudu for prayer in surah al-Maidah verse 6.
يَا أَيُّهَا الَّذِينَ آمَنُوا إِذَا قُمْتُمْ إِلَى الصَّلَاةِ فَاغْسِلُوا وُجُوهَكُمْ وَأَيْدِيَكُمْ إِلَى الْمَرَافِقِ وَامْسَحُوا بِرُءُوسِكُمْ وَأَرْجُلَكُمْ إِلَى الْكَعْبَيْنِ
In Latin script: “Ya ayyuhalladzina amanu idza kumtum ilas salati fagsilu wujuhakum wa aydiyakum ilal marafikı wamsahu bi ruusikum wa arjulakum ilal ka’bayn (ka’bayni).”
Meaning: “O you who believe, if you stand up to pray, wash your face and hands up to your elbows, and wipe your head and wash your feet up to two ankles.” (Surah Al-Maidah: 6)
So, wudu is something very important in the life of Muslims, because believers are ordered to pray five times a day and night, and this prayer is not valid to do without wudu. So, understanding the procedures for ablution, du’a before wudu and after wudu is something important in the life of Muslims.
Also read: Du’a After Eating Your Meal
Ablution is worship because it becomes the cause for other acts of worship. So, it is very good and recommended to always perform ablution. People always perpetuate their wudu just like people who are in worship all the time until they are successful. Not only fahala we get from ablution but also get calm, radiant faces, and always cheerful mood. Carrying out wudu, of course we always read the prayer of ablution, so on this occasion we from loveinshallah.com will explain the du’a before wudu ‘in Arabic, Latin writing and its meaning so that it is easily understood by all groups.
How to perform ablution, Prayer before and after it, Arabic, Latin and its meaning
Before performing ablution, there is a special prayer that is recited for the perfection of the ablution itself. Rasulullah SAW said:
من توضأ مثل وضوئي وقال مثل قولي
خلق الله عز وجل من كل قطرة ملكا يقدسه ويسبحه ويكبره ، ويكتب الله عز وجل له ثواب ذلك إلى يوم القيامه
Meaning: Anyone who performs ablution like I do ablution and says again: and read it as I read, surely Allah created an angel from every drop of his ablution water, the angel thanked Allah, and thanked Allah. Allah wrote the fahala for people doing ablution until the Day of Resurrection “.
So, we need to learn how the Prophet Muhammad performs ablution or ablution in accordance with the Prophet’s Sunnah, of course, complete ablution with the sunnat. Following are the prayers before ablution and the procedures for ablution and prayers for each washing the members of ablution.
Du’a Before Performing Ablution
Before doing wudu, you should read “basmallah” which is “بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم“. BISMILLAHIRRAHMANIRRAHIIM, that is the perfect basmallah lafadh, can also read just “bismillah”. Bismillah is recommended in every act that is good and has the value of worship and there is no special beginning that is made for that action. If you don’t read bismillah then the act is less than a blessing.
After reading basmallah, it is necessary to read the following prayer before ablution:
الحمد لله الذي جعل لماء طهورا
Du’a with Latin: ALHAMDULILLAHILLAZI JA’ALAL MA-A THAHURA/THUHURA.
Meaning: All praise belongs to Allah, the substance that has made water as a means of purifying or purifying it as holy.
If it is read “Thahura”, it means the tool of purification and if it is read with the word “Thuhura”, it means that it purifies.
Then, the procedures for wudu or ablution according to the sunnah of the prophet SAW are as follows:
1. Washing two hands (sunnah ablution)
When washing two hands, read the Du’a as follows:
بسم الله وبالله اللهم أجعلني من التوابين وأجعلني من المتطهرين
Meaning: “In the Name of Allah, and with Allah, O Allah, make me a part of a person who repents, and make me a part of a holy person”
Du’a when washing hands is recommended to read, if not read, it does not invalidate ablution.
2. Gargle three times with three hiccups of water (Sunnat ablution)
When gargling, it is sunnah to recite the following prayer:
اللهم لقني حجتي يوم ألقاك وأطلق لساني بذكرك
Meaning: “O Allah, bring together my hujjah on the day I meet You, and tie my mouth with zikr to You”
3. Istinsya ‘three times (putting water into the nose) (sunnat wudu)
When putting water into your nose, read the following Du’a:
اللهم لا تحرم علي ريح الجنة وأجعلني ممن يشم ريحها وروحها وطيبها
Meaning: O Allah, do not prevent me from the smell of heaven, and make me a part of the person who breathes the winds of heaven, smells heaven and the beauty of heaven.
4. Washing the face completely (Fardhu wudhu)
Next, is washing the face, washing the face is the pillar of ablution or fardhu wudhu. When washing, the sunnat to read the following prayer
اللهم بيض وجهي يوم تسود فيه الوجوه ولا تسود وجهي يوم تبيض الوجوه
Meaning: “O Allah, whiten my face on a black day the faces, and do not blacken my face on the day thou hast made faces white.”
The face is the first member of the ablution that must be washed and the intention of ablution ‘must be done when washing the face. When water sticks to the face, that’s when the intention appears in our hearts. For those who have not been able to do ablution intentions, here we list the intention of ablution, because the intention is in the heart.
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نَوَيْتُ الْوُضُوْءَ لِرَفْعِ الْحَدَثِ اْلاَصْغَرِ فَرْضًا على ِللهِ تَعَالَى
Niyyah in latin word: “NAWAITUL WUDHU-A LI RAF’IL HADASIL ASGHAR FARDHAL LILLAHI TA’ALA”
Meaning: I perform wudu to remove the obligatory minor hadas on me because of Allah SWT.
Washing the face must be done completely, meaning that all parts of the face must be exposed to water. The facial boundaries are from where the hair grows at the top, up to the two chinbones, and from the first two ears on the left and right.
5. Washed two hands until the two elbows (Fard of wudu)
Furthermore, what is classified as fardhu wudhu or obligatory ablution is entering the palms of the hands to the two elbows which are circumcised, starting with washing the right hand. Sunnat recites the following prayer while washing the right hand. What is obligatory is to wash once (the first time) while washing the second and third times is legal circumcision.
اللهم أعطني كتابي بيميني
Meaning: “O Allah, give me the book of my deeds in my right hand”
Furthermore, fardhu wdhu is washing the left hand by taking water from the right hand. When washing your left hand, read the following du’a:
اللهم لا تعطني كتابي بشمالي ولا من وراء ظهري ولا تجعلها مغلولة إلى عنقي وأعوذ بكـ من مقطعات النيران
Meaning: “O Allah, do not give my book in my left hand, and not from behind, and do not make my hand shackled around my neck, and I take refuge in You from the clothes of hell.”
Sunnat washes three times, meaning that the first wash is obligatory while the second and third are circumcision.
6. Sweeping part of the head (Fardhu wudhu’)
Furthermore, the obligation of wudu is to sweep the head. It is advisable to sweep or wash the crown, but it is okay if other parts of the head are being washed. What is obligatory is sweeping part of the head and including sweeping the hair that is on the border of the head.
When sweeping the head, it is sunnah to recite the following dua:
اللهم غشني برحمتك وبركاتك وعفوك
Meaning: “O Allah, cover me with Your mercy and Your blessings and Your forgiveness.”
7. Washing the feet up to two ankles (Fardhu wudhu)
The next pillar of ablution is washing the two feet. The procedure for washing two feet is to wash them both up to the ankles. However, circumcision washes up to the calf, the same as washing the hands where it is also used to wash up past the elbow.
When washing the soles of the feet, the sunnah recites the following du’a:
اللهم ثبتني على الصراط يوم تزل الأقدام وأجعل سعيي فيما يرضيك عني يا ذا الجلال والإكرام
Meaning: “O Allah set me on the sirathal mustaqim (small, sharp bridge that humans pass on the day of retribution) on the day when the sole of the foot slips, and make my way to the place that You Ridha of me, O great glory, again most glorious.”
That is the procedure for ablution globally or in broad outline and with the prayers that are read at every wudu member. Hopefully we can practice it.
Du’a After Wudu (ablution)
After performing ablution, it is sunnah to read the following dua while facing the Qibla.
اَشْهَدُاَنْ لَااِلٰهَ اِلَّا اللّٰهُ وَحْدَهُ لَاشَرِيْكَ لَهُ. وَاَشْهَدُ اَنَّ مُحَمَّدًاعَبْدُهُ وَرَسُوْلُهُ. اَللّٰهُمَّ اجْعَلْنِىْ مِنَاالتَّوَّابِيْنَ، وَجْعَلْنِيْ مِنَ الْمُتَطَهِّرِيْنَ، وَجْعَلْنِىْ مِنْ عِبَادِكَ الصَّالِحِيْنَ
Prayer after ablution in Latin script:
“Asyhadu allaa ilaaha illallah wahdahu laa syariikalahu. Wa asyhadu anna Muhammadan’abduhu wa rasuuluhu Allahumma-j’alnii minattabinna waj alnii minal mutathohiirina waj alnii min ‘ibadatishalihin.”
The meaning of prayer after ablution:
“I bear witness that there is no God but one Allah, there is no partner for Him. And I bear witness that the prophet Muhammad is His servant and messenger. O Allah, make me a repentant person, and make me a holy person, and make me a holy person. from the class of your pious servants. ”
After understanding the pillars of ablution, ablution sunnat, how to perform ablution and prayer before ablution, prayer after ablution and prayer in each member of the ablution that is washed. So we also need to understand the types of water that can be used for ablution or the types of water muthlak.
Types of water for Wudu or ablution (holy water)
The type of water that is legally used for ablution ‘is muthlak water. Muthlak water in the discussion of fiqh is holy water to purify. The explanation of muthlak water is water which does not need to be associated with other words when it is mentioned. For example: “Try to get one scoop of water”, people will definitely take well water, river water, whatever water is easy to get. That person cannot possibly take coconut water, coffee water, tea water etc.
So, water which in the pronunciation does not need to be associated with another Kata. Meanwhile, what needs to be linked such as milk, coconut water, coffee water, etc. is musta’mal water, not muthlak water. Muthlak water is water that is not only pure but it can purify others. Meanwhile, musta’mal water is water that is only pure in itself (can be drunk) but cannot be used for purification, including ablution.
7 kinds of holy water purify
- Well water
- River water / lake water
- Sea water
- Tears of water
- Dew water
- Snow water
Water that is not legal for purifying (ablution)
After knowing what water is available for purification or ablution, now we also need to know which water is not legal for purification or ablution.
Water that is not valid for ablution is other than the water that has been mentioned above. This includes musta’mal water, and unclean water.
Musta’mal water is the remaining water or that is collected as a result of washing the obligatory members during ablution or in the junub bath.
Apart from that, musta’mal water is water which in its pronunciation needs to be linked with other WORDS such as coconut water, milk etc. If we tell someone to take milk, of course we say “take milk” not “take water”. That is musta’mal water
Apart from that, musta’mal water also includes water from washing unclean as long as the water does not change with one of the water wasaf after washing it. Does not change color, taste and smell. If it changes, it is called unclean water.
Unclean water or najis water is water that has been mixed with unclean. If the water in a container does not reach two qullah and falls into it, then the water is said to be unclean water. Likewise, if the water reaches two qulah but when it falls uncleanly into it, the water that is much (up to two qulah) changes with one of the wasaf (properties) of water, then it is punished as janis water.
That is an explanation of how to perform wudu or ablution according to the sunnah of the Prophet Muhammad PBUH, du’a before wudu, prayers after wudu and prayers that are read at each washing the members of the ablution Likewise we have learned about prayer after ablution and the types of water that are legal for ablution and water that is not valid. Wherein it includes musta’mal water, and unclean water. May be useful!