Fortress of the Muslim - Invocations from Quran & Sunnah

Fortress of the Muslim

Invocations from the Quran and the Sunnah

  1. The Virtue of Remembering Allah
  2. Supplications for when you wake up
  3. Supplication when wearing a garment
  4. Supplication said when wearing a new garment
  5. Supplication said to someone wearing a new garment
  6. Before undressing
  7. Before entering the toilet
  8. After leaving the toilet
  9. When starting ablution
  10. Upon completing the ablution
  11. When leaving the home
  12. Upon entering the home
  13. Supplication when going to the mosque
  14. Upon entering the mosque
  15. Upon leaving the mosque
  16. Supplications related to the athan (the call to prayer)
  17. Supplication at the start of the prayer (after takbeer)
  18. While bowing in prayer (rukooAA)
  19. Upon rising from the bowing posision
  20. Supplication whilst prostrating (sujood)
  21. Supplication between the two prostrations
  22. Supplication when prostrating due to recitation of the Quran
  23. The Tashahhud
  24. Prayers upon the Prophet (saws) after the tashahhud
  25. Supplication said after the last tashahhud and before salam
  26. Remembrance after salam
  27. Supplication for seeking guidance in forming a decision or choosing the proper course…etc (Al-Istikharah)
  28. Remembrance said in the evening
  29. Remembrance before sleeping
  30. Supplication when turning over during the night
  31. Upon experiencing unrest, fear, apprehensiveness and the like during sleep
  32. Upon seeing a good dream or a bad dream
  33. Qunoot Al-Witr
  34. Remembrance immediately after salam of the witr prayer
  35. Supplication for anxiety and sorrow
  36. Supplication for one in distress
  37. Upon encountering an enemy or those of authority
  38. For one afraid of governor's injustice
  39. Against enemies
  40. When being afraid of a group of people
  41. For one afflicted with doubt in his faith
  42. Settling a debt
  43. Supplication for expelling the devil and his whisperings
  44. For one whose affairs have become difficult
  45. Upon committing a sin
  46. For expelling the devil and his whisperings
  47. When stricken with a mishap or overtaken by an affair
  48. Congratulation on the occasion of a birth
  49. Placing childen under Allah’s protection
  50. When visiting the sick
  51. Excellence of visiting the sick
  52. When the sick have renounced all hope of life
  53. Instruction for the one nearing death
  54. For one afflicted by a calamity
  55. When closing the eyes of the deceased
  56. For the deceased at the funeral prayer
  57. When the deceased is a child, during the funeral prayer
  58. Condolence
  59. Placing the deceased in the grave
  60. After burying the deceased
  61. During a wind storm
  62. Upon hearing thunder
  63. For rain
  64. When it rains
  65. After rainfall
  66. Asking for clear skies
  67. Upon sighting the crescent moon
  68. Upon breaking fast
  69. Before eating
  70. Upon completing the meal
  71. Of the guest for the host
  72. To one offering a drink or to one who intended to do that
  73. When breaking fast in someone’s home
  74. By one fasting when presented with food and does not break his fast
  75. When insulted while fasting
  76. Upon seeing the early or premature fruit
  77. Upon sneezing
  78. When a misbeliever praise Allah after sneezing
  79. To the newlywed
  80. On the wedding night or when buying an animal
  81. Before sexual intercourse
  82. When angry
  83. Upon seeing someone in trial or tribulation
  84. At a sitting or gathering
  85. For the expiation of sins, said at the conclusion of a sitting or gathering
  86. Returning a supplication of forgiveness
  87. To one who does you a favour
  88. Protection from the Dajjal
  89. To one who pronounces his love for you, for Allah’s sake
  90. To one who has offered you some of his wealth
  91. To the debtor when his debt is settled
  92. For fear of shirk
  93. Returning a supplication after having bestowed a gift or charity upon someone
  94. Forbiddance of ascribing things to omens
  95. When mounting an animal or any means of transport
  96. For travel
  97. Upon entering a town or village
  98. When entering the market
  99. When the mounted animal (or mean of transport) stumbles
  100. Supplication of the traveller for the resident
  101. Supplication of the resident for the traveller
  102. Remembrance while ascending or descending
  103. Prayer of the traveller as dawn approaches
  104. Stopping or lodging somewhere
  105. While returning from travel
  106. What to say upon receiving pleasing or displeasing news
  107. Excellence of sending prayers upon the Prophet (saws)
  108. Excellence of spreading the Islamic greeting
  109. Returning a greeting to a misbeliever
  110. Upon hearing a rooster crow or the braying of an ass
  111. Upon hearing the barking of dogs at night
  112. For one you have insulted
  113. The etiquette of praising a fellow Muslim
  114. For the one that have been praised
  115. The Talbiya for the one doing Haj or 'Omra
  116. The Takbîr passing the black stone
  117. Between the Yemeni corner and the black stone
  118. When at Mount Safa and Mount Marwah
  119. The Day of 'Arafah
  120. Remembrance at Muzdalifa
  121. When throwing each pebble at the Jamarat
  122. At times of amazement and delight
  123. Upon receiving pleasant news
  124. When feeling some pain in the body
  125. When in fear of afflicting something or someone with one’s eye
  126. When startled
  127. When slaughtering or offering a sacrifice
  128. To ward off the deception of the Obstinate Shaytans
  129. Seeking forgiveness and repentance
  130. Excellence of remembrance and glorification of Allah
  131. How the Prophet (saws) made tasbeeh
  132. General and beneficent rules