Imam Ali – Kumayl Ibn Ziyad Nakhai was a confidant amongst the companions of Imam Ali Ibn Abi Talib (as.) and this sublime Dua was first heard from the. English Arabic Chinese (Simplified) French German Greek Hindi Indonesian Italian . Imam Ali asked Kumayl to sit down, record and memorise the Dua which. Dua Kumayl (Arabic: دعاء كميل ) is a supplication famous among Shi’a for its perceived beauty And whose weapon is weeping! You can see the complete English text of Du’a Kumayl here and also here via video with English subtitle.
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O Allah, verily I ask You with the asking of a submissive, abased and lowly man to show me forbearance, to have mercy on me. My God and my Lord! Have I any but You from whom to ask removal of my affliction and regard for my affairs!
My God and my Protector! You put into effect through me a decree in which I followed the caprice of my own soul. So, in what was put into effect through me in that situation, I transgressed some of Your statutes. My Lord, have mercy upon the weakness of my body, the thinness of my skin and the frailty of my bones. O You who gave rise to my creation, to the remembrance of me, to the nurture of me, to goodness toward me and to nourishment on me. Bestow upon me eglish the sake of Your having given rise [to me] with generosity and Your previous goodness to me!
Far be it from You! You art more generous than that You shouldst squander him whom You hast nurtured.
Du’a Kumayl – Wikipedia
Whether You wilt give the Fire dominion over faces fallen down prostrate before Your Tremendousness. And over tongues voicing sincerely the profession of Your Unity and giving thanks to You in praise.
And over bodily members speeding to the places of Your worship in obedience and beckoning kumqyl Your forgiveness in submission.
No such opinion is held of You! Nor has such been reported – thanks to Your bounty — concerning You.
Even though it is a tribulation and ordeal whose stay is short, whose subsistence is but little and, whose period is but fleeting. So how can I endure the tribulations of the next world and the great ordeals that occur within it?
For it is a tribulation whose period is long, whose station endures and whose sufferers are given no respite. My Protector, so how should he remain in the chastisement, while he has hope for Your previous clemency? Or how should he ,umayl hope of Your bounty in freeing him from it, while You abandonest him within it?
So I declare with certainty that were it not for what You hast decreed concerning the chastisement of Your deniers. And You— majestic is Your eulogy— said at the beginning and wernt gracious through kindness as a favour.
And by the decision which You hast determined and imposed and through which You hast overcome him toward whom it has been put into effect. Skip to main content. View this page in our App.