Do Not Forget To Recite These 5 Dua’as In The Last Ashra Of Ramadan

Duas In Ramadan Last Ashra

The last 10 days of Ramadan are surely the most rewarding ones all year round. In order to utilize these to the fullest in an attempt to rinse ourselves of all our sins and to ask for forgiveness from Allah (SWT), here are a duas in ramadan last ashra (with their translations) that are not just easy to learn but also grant us unimaginable rewards!

Best Duas To Recite In Ramadan’s Last Ashra

1. “Allahumma innaka ‘afuwwun tuhibbul ‘afwa fa’fu ‘annee”

Duas In Ramadan

Translation: “O Allah, You are pardoning and You love to pardon, so pardon me.”

2. “Astaghfirullah hallazi la-ila-ha ila huwal hayyul Qayyumo wa atu-bu ilaihe”

Duas In Ramadan Last Ashra

Translation: “I seek forgiveness from Allah, that being that there is no god except He, who is living, eternal and I turn towards Him.”

3. “La hawla wa la quwwata illa billah la malja wa la manja illa ilayhi”


Translation:  “There is no strength, nor power except Allah; there is no way to turn to or run from but to you.”

4. “La ilaha illa  anta subhanaka inni kuntu minaz-zalimeen”

Duas In Ramadan Last Ashra

Translation: “There is no Lord except You, glory be to You, I was one of the Transgressors.”

5. “Allahummaghfirli wa lil-mu’mineena wal-mu’minat wa lil-muslimeena wal muslimaat”

Whoever recites this 27 times, Allah (SWT) will grant them reward equal to all the believers in this world. And whoever recites it 27 times every day, Allah (SWT) will make them Mustajabud da’wat (a person whos every dua is accepted)

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Translation: “O Allah! Forgive me and the believing men and women and the Muslim men and women.”

We hope that our list of some of the best duas for the final Ramadan last ashra helps you discover Allah’s (SWT) pleasure and celebrate Eid joyfully with family and friends. May Allah (SWT) accept all of your duas and bestow immeasurable benefits upon you in this life and the next – Ameen.

Read Also: 10 Deeds Every Muslim Must Do In The Third Ashra Of Ramadan!

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