iftar ki Dua

Against a backdrop of gold tones cast by sunset, marking the end of the day's fast, the hearts of Muslims yearn for Iftar. They recite the Iftar dua together uniting in voice, harmony all around.

روزہ افطار کرنے کی دعا

اَللّٰهُمَّ اِنِّی لَکَ صُمْتُ وَبِکَ اٰمَنْتُ وَعَلَيْکَ تَوَکَّلْتُ وَعَلٰی رِزْقِکَ اَفْطَرْتُ

ا’’ے اللہ!میں نے تیری خاطر روزہ رکھا اور تیرے اوپر ایمان لایا اور تجھ پر بھروسہ کیا

‘‘اورتیرے رزق سے اسے کھول رہا ہوں۔

O Allah! I fasted for you and I believe in you and I put my trust in You and I break my fast with your sustenance.


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These words ~ "Allaahumma Laka S'umtu Wa A'laa Rizqika Aft'artuwa A'layka Tawawkkaltu wa Alla Rizay aftar tu," are naturally flowing while uttering with sincerity, showing They admit that not all can fast perfectly and they therefore ask for forgiveness if there are any mistakes during the fast.

The Iftar dua is more than just a mere formalism; rather, it's a spiritual bridge joining the physical act of breaking the fast with the heart of Ramadan. It's a lesson that genuine nourishment is not merely from what we eat but also in the form of thankfulness, forgiveness, and spiritual link to the divine. Having said every word genuinely they repeat their promise to Ramadan values, and still embrace the sweet taste of dates and communal feasts.