Reflections on Dua Jawshan Kabir. Mohammad Ali Shomali. International Institute for Islamic Studies, Qom, Iran Spiritual Quest Summer and Autumn Vol. Wazaiful Abrar – Imam `Ali ibn al-Husain Sayyid as-Sajjidin (prayers be upon him ) related from his father from his grandfather the Prophet of Allah (blessings of. Benefits of each of the sections of. Jawshan Kabeer. No. Benefit. No. Benefit. No. Benefit. 1. To overcome difficulties. To ask for more benefits. To build up.

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O He, from Whom nothing is feared save His Justice. O Proclaimer, O Distributor.

They said, “Burn him, and help your gods, if you are to do anything! O He, to Whom all complaints are directed. The most beloved thing to Me, through which a servant is able to get close to Me, is performing obligatory acts. O Most praiseworthy of all those who are praised. O Everliving, Who quickens the dead. O He, Who is Independent without any need. O Elevator jawshann rank.

What is important is kabkr order of these jawehan. O Everliving, Who has not inherited life from any living being. If a person recites it at the beginning of the month of RamadanGod will give him or her the reward of Laylat al-Qadr the Night of Ordainment. O Creator of every created thing. The Islamic prophet Mohammed used hard and heavy armor for protecting his body in the war.


O Aware, O All-Seeing.

O He, Who kaabir the number and quantity of everything. O Most Exalted of all the exalted. O Unique, O One. O Honourer, O Humiliating. His jawdhan, Nimrod, claimed that he kabie the one who gives life and takes it away.

O Breaker, O Combiner. O Forbearing to him who disobeys Him. O Acceptor of prayers. O Light that will survive all lights. O Manifester, O Facilitator. O Everliving, Who is not dependent on any living being. The Prophet s is reported to have said. O He Who causes to dies and calls to life. O He, Who has made the moon a light. O Lord of forest and desert.

O He, Who is quick to reckon. O Dispeller of anxiety. O our Lord, O our Allah. God showed Nimrod that he is wrong jjawshan his claims. When you call someone and he answers you, this is ijabat and if you, then, ask him something, whether he fulfils your request or not, he already has answered your call.

O He, Who originated Creation which then returns to Him. O He-great is His praise.

Al-Jawshan al-Kabir Supplication

O He Who begets not, nor kabid He begotten. O Jawdhan, Who does whatever He wishes. So forgive those who repent and follow Your way and save them from the punishment of hell. Besides, as Shaykh ‘Abbas mentions, the fact that ‘Allama Majlisi, in his Zad al-Ma’ad, has included the recitation of this dua among the rituals of this night suffices us to believe that reciting the supplication of Jawshan Kabir is specially recommended on these three nights.


O Freer of captives. O Friend of seekers. Names of God are recited after the phrase.

Reflections on Dua Jawshan Kabir |

O Most Magnanimous of all the magnanimous. According to Qur’an O Greatest of the purposes which are striven for. O He, Whose Hands are stretched forth in mercy. O He Who is powerful in His nobility.

O He Who is Subtle in his Wisdom. O Inflictor of punishment and retaliator. O He Whose action is subtle. O Shelter in my helplessness.

O He, Whose light is not extinguished. O He, Who knows well who is astray from His path. The context of the prayer was written by Ali ibn Husayn Zayn al-Abidin and came to him from his great grandfather Muhammad by word of mouth.