Is Rabbana Atina Fidduniya Hasana dua mentioned in Quran? We will discuss the benefits and logic of reciting this full dua as per Hadith.
Rabbana Atina Fid Dunya Hasanah Full Dua (Meaning & Hadith)
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Rabbana Atina Fid Dunya Hasanah full dua is a part of a Surah Al-Baqarah which is mentioned in The Noble Quran, Surah #2, Verse/Ayat #201 (Last Part).
Word-to-Word Meaning of Rabbana Atina Fid Dunya ‘Hasanah Full Dua
Let us break this dua down to understand the word to word meaning in details.
Rabbana= Our Lord, Atina= Grant us, Fi= In, Dunya= The world, Hasanatan= Good, Wa= And, Fi= In, Al-Akhirati= The Hereafter, Hasanatan= Good, Wa= And, Qina= And save us, Azaaba= (From the) punishment, An-Naar= (of) the fire
Arabic Text of Dua- رَبَّنَا آتِنَا فِي الدُّنْيَا حَسَنَةً وَّفِي الْآخِرَةِ حَسَنَةً وَّقِنَا عَذَابَ النَّارِ
Rabbana Atina Fidduniya Hasanatanw Full Dua in English Transliteration– Rabbana Atina Fid Dunya ‘Hasanatanw-wa Fil Aa’khirati ‘Hasanatanw-wa-Qina ‘Azaaban-Naar
Translation in English- “Our Lord! Give us good in this world and good in the Hereafter, and defend us from the torment of the Fire!”
Dua Translation in Roman Urdu- Ae Hamare Rabb! Hamein Duniya Mein Neki Aur Akhirat Mein Bhi Neki De Aur Hamein Dozakh Ke ‘Azaab Se Bacha!
Dua ka Tarjuma Hindi Mein- ऐ हमारे रब्ब! हमें दुनिया में नेकी और आख़िरत में भी नेकी दे और हमें दोज़ख़ के अज़ाब से बचा!
Explanation of this Dua through Quran
This verse extends a serious warning to those Muslims as well who prefer to pray for their material benefits only. Even at the unique time of Hajj and at places so sacred. They devote most of their concerns towards that goal.
The verse mentions those who pray by saying: Rabbana Atina Fid Dunya Hasanah…which does not include the word ‘Hasanah‘ (good).
This indicates that they do not care to have what is really good even in this mortal world, on the contrary, they are so drunk with their craze for material things that nothing short of a constant fulfillment of their desires would satisfy them.
They just do not bother to check if it is good or bad, procured rightly or wrongly, or what people think about them.
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Purpose/Concept of This Dua
For instance, ‘Hasanah’ or ‘good in this world’ shall include personal and family health.
Increase and benedictory sufficiency (barakah) in awful livelihood, the fulfillment of all needs, virtuous deeds, desirable morals, beneficial knowledge, honor, and prestige. The strength of faith, guidance into the straight path, and perfect sincerity in ‘Ibadah’.
Similarly, ‘Hasanah’ or ‘good in the Hereafter’ shall cover everything from Paradise, with its countless and endless blessings to the pleasure of ALLAH Almighty and the privilege of seeing Him.
This verse also corrects those ignorant dervishes (so-called mystics) who think that real ‘ibadah lies in praying for the Hereafter alone and claim that they do not, on that count, care much about the mortal world. Don’t forget to read the benefits of→Allahumma Inni As’aluka Al Afiyah Full Dua
Make This Dua During Tawaf
Benefits of This Qurani Dua Mentioned in Hadith
In Saheeh Bukhari, Hadith #4522
Narrated Anas Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu:
The Prophet ﷺ used to say, “O ALLAH! Our Lord! Give us in this world that, which is good and in the Hereafter that, which is good and save us from the torment of the Fire.” (Surah Al-Baqarah Verse #201)
In Saheeh Bukhari, Hadith #2690 [USC-MSA Web (English) Reference: Book 35, Hadith #6506]
Qatada asked Anas Anas Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu which Supplication ALLAH’s Apostle ﷺ frequently made. He said:
The supplication that he the Prophet made very frequently is this:” O ALLAH, grant us the good in this world and the good in the Hereafter and save us from the torment of Hell-Fire.” He (Qatada) said that whenever Anas Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu had to supplicate he made this very supplication, and whenever he (intended) to make another supplication he (inserted) this very supplication in that.
Imam Ahmad reported that Anas Radi ALLAHu ‘Anhu said,
ALLAH’s Messenger ﷺ visited a Muslim man who has become as weak as a sick small bird. ALLAH’s Messenger ﷺ said to him, ‘were you asking or supplicating to ALLAH about something’ He said, ‘Yes. I used to say: O ALLAH! Whatever punishment you saved for me in the Hereafter, give it to me in this life.
ALLAH’s Messenger ﷺ said: (All praise is due to ALLAH! You cannot bear it-or stand it-. You should have said: (Our Lord! Give us in this world that which is good and in the Hereafter that which is good, and save us from the torment of the fire!))
The man began reciting this dua and he was cured.
Significance of The Recitation of this Dua for Us
The blessed practice of the Prophets of ALLAH has been that they prayed to ALLAH for the good of both the worlds. You might be interested in reading→ ALLAHumma A’inni Ala Zikrika Wa Shukrika Benefits
Therefore, we should make this dua in order to ask ALLAH for our good in this world. For example:
The good health of our family members. The increase of Halal earnings for the welfare of our people. The increase in virtuous deeds, etiquettes according to Sunnah towards others. Increase in beneficial knowledge and strength of faith. Guidance towards the straight and true path of ALLAH The Almighty (Ihdinas Siratal Mustaqeem).
To ask ALLAH for our good in the hereafter. For example:
Similarly, we should ask ALLAH The Exalted for the ‘Hasanah’ or ‘good in the Hereafter’. That will cover all of Paradise (Jannah). And its countless and endless blessings to the pleasure of ALLAH The Almighty and the privilege of seeing HIM one day.
And protection from the hellfire.
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