The marriage contract procession is an important event that every Muslim in his life goes through. When there are our families or relatives who have finished performing the contract, we should read dua for married couples. On this occasion we will share the prayer, therefore continue to read our article this time until it is finished.
How Do You Bless A Married Couple In Islam?
What is the Nikah Dua?
Baarakallaahu laka, wa baaraka alayka, wa jama a baynakumaa fee khayrin.
May Allah bless you, and shower His blessings upon you, and join you together in goodness.
Hadith On Marriage
- Abu Huraira reported: When the Prophet, peace and blessings be upon him, congratulated a couple for getting married, he would say, “May Allah grant you blessings, send blessings upon you, and bring you together in goodness.”Source: Sunan al-Tirmidhī 1091
- Abdur Rahman ibn Ghanm reported: I was sitting closely with Umar ibn al-Khattab, may Allah be pleased with him. A man said, “O commander of the faithful, I married this woman and I accepted her condition that she would keep her house. I have settled my affairs such that I am moving residence to a new land.” Umar said, “She has her condition.” The man said, “She has ruined men! No woman wishes to divorce her husband but that she may do so?” Umar said, “The Muslims adhere to their conditions at the intersection of their rights.”Source: Sunan Saʻīd ibn Manṣūr 633
- Fatimah bint Qays reported: Her husband divorced her three times and the Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon her, had not appointed her housing or maintenance. The Prophet said to her, “When your waiting period is over, come to me.” Fatimah came to him and she was given a marriage proposal from Mu’awiyyah, Abu Jahm, and Usamah ibn Zayd. The Prophet said, “As for Mu’awiyyah, he is poor and has no property. As for Abu Jahm, he is a man who often beats women. Rather, choose Usamah ibn Zayd.” Fatimah indicated with her hand that she did not want Usamah. The Prophet said, “Obedience to Allah and his messenger is better for you.” Fatimah said, “I married him and I was envied.”Source: Ṣaḥīḥ Muslim 1480