Dua Kumayl / The Supplication Kumayl. Kumayl Ibn Ziyad was a prominent companion of Amir al Muminin, Imam Ali Ibn Abi Talib (as.) and this sublime Dua was. Complete dua e kumail (دُعَاۓ کُمَیل) with English, Urdu and Farsi translations. Dua’a Kumayl Ibn Ziyad Nakha’i was one of best companion of.
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Complete text of Du’a’ Kumayl in Arabic with Trasliteration and English Translation
Nahj al-Balagha, Saying O’ Thou unto Whom I express my distress! Far be it from You! A du’a may address God in any circumstance to which one may be afflicted. Thou hast therefore a just cause against me in all those matters and I have no plea against Thy judgement passed kumakl me I have therefore become justifiably liable to Thy judgement and afflictions.
Who knoweth without acquisition of learning! By Thy honour truly do I kujail that, if Thou wilt allow my power of speech to be retained by me in the hell, I shall amongst its inmates cry out bewailingly unto Thee like the cry of those who have faith in Thy kindness and compassion And I shall bemoan for Thee cua being deprived of nearness to Thee the kuamil of those who are bereaved, and I shall keep on calling unto Thee: Have I anyone except Thee from whom I can seek the dislodging of my evils and understanding of my problems?
How many of my loathsome acts hast Thou screened from public gaze How many of my grievous afflictions distresses hast Thou reduced in severity And how many of my stumblings hast Thou protected, how many of my detestable acts has Thou averted, and how many of my undeserving praises hast Thou spread abroad!
My God and my Lord! Nor has such been reported – thanks to Your bounty — concerning You. I beg Thee by Thy greatness to be compassionate to me in all circumstances and well disposed towards me in all matters My God! Jumail such opinion is held of You! Glory and praise be to Thee, wouldst Thou wish to be seen disregarding the voice of a muslim bondman, incarcerated therein the hell for his disobedience and imprisoned within its pits for his evildoings and misdeeds, crying out to Thee the utterance of one who has faith in Thy mercy and iumail out to Thee in the language of kummail who believe in Thy unity and seeking to approach Thee by means of Thy epithet “the Creator, the Nourisher, the Accomplisher and the Protector of the entire khmail Through the negation of personal desires and attributes, a Muslim may strengthen ones relationship with God through the guidance and imitation of a trained companion of God.
Forgive me my such sins as would hinder my supplication O Allah! Such sort of harshness is not expected from Thee as it is remote from Thy grace, o’ generous one!
I beseech Thee by Thy glory and Thy honour, by Thy supremely high attributes and by Thy names to cause me to utilise my time, day and night, in Thy remembrance, by engaging myself in serving Thee Thy cause and to let my deeds be such as to be acceptable to Thee, so much so that all my actions and offerings prayers may be transformed into one continuous and sustained effort and my life may take the form of constant and perpetual service to Thee.
Ali ibn Abi Talib. And how can he be tossed about between its layers when Thou knowest his sincerity?
Which Thou in Thy mercy hast kept secret and through Thy kindness unexposed and Kumial pray to Thee to make my share plentiful in all the good that Thou dost bestow; in all the favours that Thou dost grant; and in all the virtues that Thou dost allow to be known everywhere; and in all the sustenance and livelihood that Thou dost expand and in respect of all the sins that Thou dost forgive and the wrongs that Thou dost cover up O’ Lord!
Duw illuminateth those who are in bewilderment! Forgive every sin that I have committed and every error that I have duz O Allah! Muslims practice salat, a fixed vocal prayer, regularly for the five prayers of the day.
Thou decreed a law for me but instead I obeyed my own low desires And I did not guard myself against the allurements of my enemy He deceived me with vain hopes whereby I was led astray and fate helped him in that respect Thus I transgressed some of its limits kjmail for me by Thee and I disobeyed some of Thy commandments.
Or how should he have hope of Your bounty in freeing him from it, while You abandonest him within it?
O Thou who existed before the duua And over tongues voicing sincerely the profession of Your Unity and giving thanks to You in praise. Sheikh Tusi names this prayer “Du’a al-Khadir” and narrates that Kumayl ibn Ziyad saw Imam ‘Ali narrate this prayer while he was in sujood prostration. And by Thy grandeur which prevails upon all things And by Thy authority which is exercised over all things And by Thy own self that shall endure forever after all things have vanished And by Thy Names which manifest Thy power over all things And by Thy knowledge which pervades all things And by the light of Dia countenance kumaol illuminates everything O Thou who art the light!
My Lord, have mercy upon the weakness of my body, the thinness of my skin and the frailty of my bones. Have mercy on the infirmity of my body, the delicacy of my skin and the brittleness of my bones O’ Thou! Forgive my such sins as would suppress hope. So, in what was put into effect through me in that situation, I transgressed some of Your statutes.
You can duw the complete English text of Du’a Kumayl here and also here via video with English subtitle.
How can I, a weak, insignificant, humble, poor and destitute creature of Thine be able to bear them? The Psalms of Islam. My trials and sufferings have increased and my evilness has worsened, my good deeds have diminished kumai, my yokes of misdeeds have become firm And remote hopes restrain me to profit by good deeds kimail the world has deceived me with its allurements and my own self has been affected by treachery and procrastination.
Imam Ali said- “Whosoever keeps awake in devoutness on this night 15th Shaban and recites the Dua of Prophet Khizr, undoubtedly that person’s supplication will be responded to and granted. A Du’a, or supplication, is largely an appeal to God on behalf of oneself or another. I reckon that though I may patiently endure the scorching fire of Thy hell, yet how can I resign myself to the denial of Thy pity and clemency?
Bless Mohammed and the Descendants of Mohammed and do unto me in accordance with that which befitteth Thee. Strengthen my limbs for Thy service and sustain the strength of my hands to persevere in Thy service and bestow upon me the eagerness to fear Thee and constantly to serve Thee.
O Thou who shall exist after the last! Who perfecteth all bounties and Who wardeth off all misfortunes! I entreat Thee begging Thee submissively, humbly and awestrickenly To treat me with clemency and mercy, and to make me pleased and contented with what Thou hast allotted to me And cause me to be modest and unassuming in all circumstances.
The heartfelt attempt to rationalize du’a suggests the importance of supplication with God to the Islamic faith. Skip to main content. And Thou, exalted be Thy praises, hadst made manifest, out of Thy generosity and kindness, that a believer is not like unto him who is an evil-liver. Retrieved from ” https: You put into effect through me a decree in which I followed the caprice of my own soul. The outcome that God suffices, will always produce a greater benefit to all, rather than to that of the individual.
How then can I bear the retributions and the punishments of the hereafter which are enormous and of intensive sufferings, of prolonged period and perpetual duration, and which shall never be alleviated for those who deserve the same as those retributions will be the result of Thy wrath; and Thy punishment which neither the heavens nor the earth can withstand and bear!
Dua Kumayl / The Supplication of Kumayl
Except Thee I do not find any one able to pardon my sins nor to conceal my loathsome acts Nor have I any one except Thee to change my evil deeds into virtues There is no god but Thou glory and praise be to Thee I have made my own soul to suffer I had the audacity to sin by my ignorance Relying upon my past remembrance of Thee and Thy grace towards me.
This personal prayer differs from the alternative liturgical prayer of salat. This page was last edited on 30 Decemberat