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Aurad E Fatiha Pdf 'LINK' Download

If you want to download Aurad E Fatiha Pdf for free, you can follow these simple steps:

Aurad E Fatiha Pdf Download


  • Go to this link, which is the Internet Archive page for Aurad E Fatiha by Ali Sani Khawaja Syed Ali Hamdani (r.a).

  • On the right side of the page, you will see various options to download the book in different formats. Choose PDF as your preferred format and click on it.

  • A new window will open with the PDF file of the book. You can either read it online or save it to your device by clicking on the download icon at the top right corner.

Congratulations! You have successfully downloaded Aurad E Fatiha Pdf for free. You can now enjoy reading this valuable book and benefit from its spiritual blessings.

What is Aurad E Fatiha and why is it important?

Aurad E Fatiha is a book of Islamic prayers and supplications that was compiled by Ali Sani Khawaja Syed Ali Hamdani (r.a), who was a renowned Sufi saint and scholar of the 14th century. He was also known as Shah Hamdan and Amir Kabir, and he played a vital role in spreading Islam and Sufism in Kashmir and Central Asia. He wrote many books on various topics of Islamic sciences, such as theology, jurisprudence, ethics, mysticism, history, and poetry.

Aurad E Fatiha is one of his most famous and popular works, as it contains various awrad and dua riqab that are beneficial for Muslims in their daily lives. Awrad are short prayers that are recited regularly, usually after the obligatory prayers or at specific times of the day or night. They help the reciter to remember Allah and seek His blessings and mercy. Dua riqab is a special supplication that is recited for protection and forgiveness from Allah. It is also known as Dua Ganjul Arsh, as it contains the names of Allah that are written on the throne (arsh) of Allah.

Aurad E Fatiha is important because it helps Muslims to connect with Allah and His messenger (peace be upon him), to purify their hearts and souls, to increase their faith and devotion, to attain peace and tranquility, to ward off evil and calamities, to seek forgiveness and repentance, to fulfill their needs and desires, and to achieve success in this world and the hereafter.

How to recite Aurad E Fatiha?

Aurad E Fatiha can be recited by any Muslim who knows how to read Arabic or Urdu. The book has both Arabic text and Urdu translation, along with some instructions and explanations. The book is divided into two parts: the first part contains awrad and the second part contains dua riqab. The reciter can choose to recite either part or both parts according to his or her preference and convenience.

The recommended way to recite Aurad E Fatiha is as follows:

  • Before starting the recitation, make sure you are in a state of ritual purity (wudu) and face the direction of the Kaaba (qibla).

  • Begin with saying Bismillah (in the name of Allah) and sending salutations on the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him).

  • Recite Surah Fatiha (the opening chapter of the Quran) once.

  • Recite any awrad from the first part of the book that you wish to recite. You can recite one or more awrad according to your time and ability.

  • End with saying Alhamdulillah (all praise belongs to Allah) and sending salutations on the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him).

  • If you want to recite dua riqab from the second part of the book, then start with saying Bismillah again and sending salutations on the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him).

  • Recite dua riqab with sincerity and humility.

  • End with saying Ameen (so be it) and sending salutations on the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him).

You can recite Aurad E Fatiha at any time of the day or night, but some of the best times are before sunrise, after sunset, before sleeping, after waking up, before leaving home, after entering home, before starting any work, after finishing any work, before traveling, after traveling, in times of difficulty or distress, in times of happiness or gratitude, on Fridays, on special occasions such as Ramadan, Eid, Mawlid etc. c481cea774

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