Jawshan Kabeer (Arabic: جوشن الكبیر ) is a long Islamic prayer that contains names and According to the book of Urwath al-Wutha of Mohammed Kazem Yazdi, writing Dua Jawshan Kabir (as well as writing the whole of Quran and. Dua Al-Jaushan. Al-Kabeer and has said to take this coat of armour (Jawshan in protect this dua and write it on the Kafan (burial shroud). It has been mentioned in the book, Balad al-Amin and the Misbah of Kafa`mi that Imam `Ali ibn al-Husain Sayyid as-Sajjidin (prayers be upon him) related from.

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When Nimrod wanted to kill Abraham a by throwing him in a huge fire, God saved Abraham a in the middle of the fire.

If he calls Me, I will answer him, and if he asks Me something, I will bestow it upon him. All praise belongs to Allah, Lord of all the worlds.

And the Man of the Fish, when he left in a rage, thinking that We would not put him to hardship. Therefore, tasbih and hamd praising God are two important acts performed by both the angels and the believers. It includes, therefore, a total of one thousand names and attributes of the Almighty, some of which are mentioned in the Holy Qur’an.

Reflections on Dua Jawshan Kabir

It is related from Imam ‘Ali ibn al-Husayn Sayyid al-Sajidin from his father from his grandfather, the Prophet of Allah, who received it from the Angel Gabriel during one of the battles.


Fua page was last edited on 25 Octoberat Mu’assasat Al al-Bayt, The next verse reads. In dua Kumayl, also, the light of everything is attributed to the divine light: Retrieved from ” https: For instance, Qur’an 2: Life in Section 70 Section 70 of dua Jawshan Kabir focuses on life: Protect us from the Fire, O my Lord!

The complete narration, including the merits of the recitation of this kzbir, is recorded by Allama Majlisi in his Bihar al-Anwar Majlisi Dar Ihya al-Turath al-Arabi, After every section, the following sentence should be recited: This teaches us that, unlike what most people assume, dua is not restricted to asking God one’s requests; rather, dua is essentially calling God, even if one does not ask Him anything.

God’s attribute of life is so important that sometimes it is mentioned right after His Oneness, as we read in Qur’an 2: This is why we josgan in Qur’an 2: In section 47 of the dua, ten names of God have been mentioned, all of which are related to light.

Dua’a Jaushan-e-Kabeer

Regarding this, Qur’an Muslims often read the Jawshan kabir in Laylat al-Qadr in Ramadan but some Hadiths recommend reading it at the beginning of Ramadan. Your God conveys his salutations to you and duz said to take this coat of armor and to recite it as this is a protection for you and your Ummah.


In all, the supplication comprises names of Allah and attributes of Allah and request from Allah. Daftar Tablighat Islami, Shia prayers Salah terminology Islamic terminology Ramadan. Thus, it is very important to know which names of God, how many times, and when they should be called.

Dua Jawshan Kabeer with English Translation – دعاء الجوشن الكبير

The parable dux His Light is a niche wherein is a lamp the lamp is in a glass, the glass as it were a glittering star lit from a blessed olive tree, neither eastern nor western, whose oil almost lights up, though fire should not touch it. Allah is the Light of the heavens and the earth.

All human beings, animals, and plants owe their life to a living being jishan them. Thus, whoever calls God, the Almighty will definitely answer him.

Interestingly, sometimes divine life is mentioned even before His Oneness, as in Qur’an A same phrase is repeated at the end of each part. His enemy, Nimrod, claimed that he is the one who gives life and takes it away. Those who bear the Throne, and those around it, celebrate the praise of their Lord and have faith in Him, and they plead for forgiveness for the faithful: