Sehri Ki Dua | 2024

The holy month of Ramadan is a time for spiritual reflection, devotion, and community. Observing fasts, offering prayers, and engaging in acts of charity are all integral parts of this sacred period. Sehri, the pre-dawn meal consumed before commencing the fast, holds a special significance. It not only provides sustenance for the day ahead but also serves as an opportunity to seek blessings from Allah (SWT).

The Importance of Sehri Dua:

Several authentic hadiths (sayings and actions of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)) emphasize the importance of making dua (supplication) during Sehri.

Hadith: “Whoever intends to fast during Ramadan, should make an intention at the time of Sehri.” (Sahih Bukhari)

Hadith: “There are three who are guaranteed the intercession on the Day of Judgement: the just ruler, the one who gives charity abundantly, and the one who fasts and observes his fasts meticulously.” (Sahih Ibn Majah)

These hadiths highlight the significance of setting a sincere intention to fast and the importance of observing the fast with dedication. Making dua during Sehri reinforces this intention and helps individuals approach the fast with a focused and mindful mindset.

Sehri Dua:

وَبِصَوْمِ غَدٍ نَّوَيْتُ مِنْ شَهْرِ رَمَضَانَ

The most commonly recited dua during Sehri is:

“Nawaitu min shahri Ramadan haadha an أصومَ (aswumu) ghadًا لله تعالى, famin wajadahtuhu fa huwa minhu, wa man lam yajidhuhu fahu min Ramadan.”


“I intend to fast tomorrow, for the month of Ramadan, for the sake of Allah (SWT). If I find the new moon (sighting it), then my fast is valid, and if I do not find it, then it is still part of Ramadan.”

Additional Supplications:

While the above dua is the most widely recited, individuals can also offer personal supplications seeking Allah’s (SWT) guidance, strength, and acceptance of their fast.

Roza kholne ki Dua

اَللّٰهُمَّ اِنَّی لَکَ صُمْتُ وَبِکَ اٰمَنْتُ وَعَلَيْکَ تَوَکَّلْتُ وَعَلٰی رِزْقِکَ اَفْطَرْتُ.

’’اے 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.

Roza Kholne ki Dua in English

Here is the Roza Kholne ki Dua in English:

Allāhumma inni sawmtu laka wa ‘alā rizqika aftartu fa taqabbal minni.

This translates to:

O Allah, I fasted for You and I break my fast with Your sustenance, so please accept it from me.

Roza Kholne Ki Dua in Hindi

रोज़ा खोलने की दुआ (Roza Kholne Ki Dua) अरबी में पढ़ी जाती है, लेकिन इसका हिंदी में मतलब कुछ इस तरह से है:

अल्लाहुममा लिकास-स्वका व रिضا-क वा अदा-इत्तु वज्हु-का फاغफिर-ली (Allahuma lillahi kas-swaka wa biradhika wa adaa-ttu wajhika faghfirli)

इसका उर्दू تلفظ ( تلفظ‎ تلفظ ) कुछ इस तरह है:

“ऐ अल्लाह! तेरे लिए मैंने रोज़ा रखा और तेरी ही रज़ा के लिए खोल रहा/रही हूँ। मुझे माफ़ कर दे।”

आप चाहें तो अरबी में दुआ पढ़ सकते हैं या फिर ऊपर दिया गया हिंदी अनुवाद पढ़ सकते हैं। दोनों ही स्वीकार्य हैं।

अहम बात

रोज़ा खोलते समय खजूर या मीठा कुछ खाकर ही दुआ पढ़े.


When to make Sehri Dua?

The dua can be recited anytime during Sehri, but it is recommended to say it closer to the time of Fajr (dawn prayer).

Can I make the dua in my own language?

Yes, while the Arabic dua carries significance, making dua in your own language with sincerity is also acceptable.

What if I forget to make Sehri Dua?

Do not worry. If you forget to make the dua, you can still make it up anytime before Fajr. The most important aspect is to maintain a sincere and dedicated approach to your fast.


Sehri Dua serves as a powerful tool for seeking Allah’s (SWT) blessings and guidance during the holy month of Ramadan. By incorporating this practice into your routine, you can strengthen your intention, gain spiritual nourishment, and approach the fast with a mindful and focused heart. Remember, the essence lies in sincerity and dedication, and Allah (SWT) appreciates the efforts and supplications of his devoted servants.

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