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Prayers of Imam Mahdi’s (May God hasten his honorable revelation)

Prayers of Imam Mahdi’s (May God hasten his honorable revelation)

Prayers of Sahib Al-Zamaan (a.s.)1

This prayers is highly effective to disperse calamities, and to remove hardships and difficulties. It is a 2 rakat prayers, prayed exactly like the Fajr prayers, on Friday, with the following adjustments:

(i) In the 1st and the 2nd rakat, while reciting Suratul Fatihah, when you come to iyyaaka naa budu wa iyyaka nastaeen. Recite this 100 times, then continue to recite the Surah in full, and then recite Suratul Ikhlaas.

(ii) After Salaam, recite the following Dua:

My Allah, irretrievable is our plight, Our helplessness causes pain and trouble, (now our) urgency has been laid bare (before Thee), (all) hopes have been cut off. The (plentiful) earth has shrunk (with very little to spare) for us, The heavenly blessings have been withheld. We call upon Thee for help. We refer our grief and sorrow to Thee. We have full faith in Thee, in the time of distress as well as in good fortune. O Allah, send blessings on Muhammad and on the children of Muhammad. The Ulil Amr (authority), obedience to whom has been made obligatory, Through which their high status has been made known. Therefore let there be joy after sorrow for us for their sake, right away, in the twinkle of an eye, more rapidly. O Muhammad O Ali O Ali O Muhammad Give me enough, because both of you provide sufficiently.

And help me, because both of you help and protect. O our Master, O the authority of our times (Saahibaz Zamaan), Help! Help! Come to my help. Come to my help. In this hour. In this hour. In this hour. Be quick. Be quick Be quick O the most merciful for the sake of Muhammad and his pure progeny O Allah, send blessings on Muhammad and on the progeny of Muhammad.

Prayers of Sahibaz Zamaan (a.s.)2

To disperse calamities and to remove hardships and difficulties recite this 2 rakat Prayers exactly like Fajr Prayers, with the following adjustments:

(i) In the 1st rakat, after the recitation of Suratul Faatihah, recite Suratul Yaa Seeen.

(ii) In the 2nd rakat, after the recitation of Suratul Faatihah, recite Suratur Rahmaan.

(iii) After Salaam, recite the following Dua:

O Allah, send blessings on Muhammad and on the progeny of Muhammad In the name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful. O Liberal Benefactor, O Beloved Object, O Knower of (all) unseen, O He Who is near, Without (being) distant, O He Who prevails, But never subdued, O He Whom no one knows how he is? Except He. O He Who does not issue commands but with authority, I beseech Thee O My Allah, in the name of Thy name (which is) well-guarded, precious, hidden, permanently abiding, distinct, pure, purifying, sacred, perfectly illuminated, Everlasting, Self Subsistent, Great, Light of the heavens And Light of the earths, Knower of Unseen, An Evidence, honored, most high and Great., Send blessings on Muhammad and on the progeny of Muhammad.

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