Duas Go to the Mosque in Arabic, English And Transliteration, Islam teaches prayers for every activity of its people. Including when leaving for the mosque. Well, here is a prayer to go to the mosque along with the Latin Arabic writing and its meaning.
Duas Go to the Mosque
The following prayer goes to the mosque in Arabic lafadz, Latin writing, and its meaning:
Allahumma inni a’oo-zu bika mi-nal-ham-mi wal-hazan, wal-ajzi wal-kasal, wal-jubni wal-bukhli, wa da-la‛id-dai-ni, wa gha-la-ba-tir-ri-jaal.
“O God, make in my heart light. In my vision the light. On my hearing light. To my right the light. To my left is light. Above me the light. Down my light. In front of me the light. Behind me the light. And give me light.”
This prayer is sourced from the historical hadith of Imam Bukhari and Imam Muslims. In the Muslim Shahih, Ibn Abbas, who was staying at the house of his aunt, Maimunah, saw the Prophet coming out towards the mosque while reciting the above prayer.
Imam Nawawi explained in Al Adzkar, when a person goes out of his house to the mosque, should read the prayer out of the house and then read the prayer going to the mosque.
Duas Out of the House
Among the out-of-house prayers is a prayer sourced from the following hadith of Hasan Shahih of Tirmidzi and Abu Daud :
Bismillaahi tawakkaltu ‘alalloohi laa haula walaa quwwata illaa billah
Best Prayer Practices
How to practice this prayer? The best practice is when going out of the house, reading prayers out of the house. Then, read the prayer and go to the mosque. As soon as you enter the mosque, read the prayer in the mosque.
May Allah make it easier for us to practice this series of prayers. Making our lives full of dhikr and prayers to Him. For other prayers, please read the Prayer Collection. Wallahu a’lam bish shawab.