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Khana Khane Ki Dua

Khana Khane Ki Dua

Eating Halal Rizq in a Sunnah way not only makes the food healthful but also entitles you for Almighty Allah’s countless blessings. He (Azawajal) increases your provisions without measure. Well, the Sunnah way is to recite the Khana Khane Ki Dua before you start taking your meal. Most of the Muslims, including you, might already know about this prayer. But here we’ll especially look into its authenticity with reference to a Sahih Hadith Sharif...Read More

Khana Khane Ki Dua

In addition to learning about Khana Khane Ki Dua, here you will also get answer to a question which children frequently ask their parents:

What should I do If I forget to recite the prayer to eat food before I begin to take my meal?

Khana Khane Ki Dua:

Obviously, the prayer you recite as you begin taking your meal is “Bismillah”. It can be translated as “(I begin) with the name of Allah (Azawajal)”.

It has been narrated in Hadith No. 1858 in the book of At-Tirmidhi – one of the books of Sahih Ahadees – that the Rasool (Peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) advised his companions and followers to recite “Bismillah” prior to they begin eating (or drinking) something.

The prayer in its complete form is, “Bismillah-i-Rahman-i-Raheem”. It means, “(I begin) with the name of Allah who is the Most Gracious and the Most Merciful”.

What If You Forget to Read Bismillah?

In the Hadith quoted above, the Rasool (Peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) also guided the Muslims regarding what to say if they forget to recite “Bismillah” in the beginning of their meals. Following is the prayer that you need to recite in the middle of a meal in case you forget to say “Bismillah”.

“Bismillahi Fi Awwal-i-Hi wa Aakhir-i-Hi”. It means, “(I start) with the name of Allah (Azawajal) in the beginning and at the end.”

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