The Holy Nagore Saint

Where is Nagore?

       Nagore is an important city of Nagappattinam District, located in the state of Tamilnadu, India. It is southern side is Tiruchirappali about 145 kms from nagore and northern side is Chennai about 325 kms from nagore and beautiful surroundings of the sea of the Bay of Bengal.
Before we see the Dua's Frequently Asked Question (FAQ), Just read who are awliyas?

Who are Awliyas?

Friends of Allah
        If you ask me,
 the answer is in the Holy Quran itself. In chapter 10 verses 62 - 64 Allah swt says this," No doubt! Verily, the Awliya' of Allah, no fear shall come upon them nor shall they grieve. Those who believed, and used to fear Allah much (by abstaining from evil deeds and sins and by doing righteous deeds). For them are glad tidings, in the life of the present world, and in the Hereafter. No change can there be in the Words of Allah. This is indeed the supreme success."
Allah is saying that the Awliya of Allah does not have to fear or grieve. The second part of the verse is actually the pathway to reach the station of Awliyas. The gateway to Awliya of Allah is the supreme success according to Allah swt. The only thing we have to do is to FEAR ALLAH.


Whatever you want to do realise that Allah swt is Ever Watchful. He did not create us for fun and play. He created us for a purpose. Every moment in our lives we have to be conciously be aware of Allah swt Presence. Hidden does not means absence. Only the things you cannot see have power behind them.

Take for example, a bacteria or virus. A thing that cannot be seen from the naked eye causes great trouble to humans.

So the condition of becoming Awliya Allah may seem simple but it is a concious effort of our hearts to get connected with Allah.


Maryam (May Peace of Allah Be Upo Her) was the mother of Isa Alaihis salam. She was a very pious woman and always connected with Allah swt. Whenever Zackariya Alaihis salam entered her chamber it was filled with sustenance. Read this verse in the Holy Quran:-


"Every time Zakariyya entered Al-Mihrab (a place to pray) to (visit) her, he found her supplied with sustenance. He said: '0 Maryam! From where have you gotten this?' She said, "This is from Allah."(3:37)

But when she was carrying baby Isa in her womb it could have been a minute or so she had de focused Allah which can be attributed to the pain of child bearing or she might have focused her time about the baby she was carrying. Allah says this in the Holy Quran

"Then cried unto her from below her, saying: 'Grieve not: your Lord has provided a water stream under you. And shake the trunk of date palm towards you, it will let fall fresh ripe dates upon you. So eat and drink and be glad."(19:24-26)

This time she had to shake the trunk of date palm for food. If Maryam (May Peace and Blessing of Allah Be Upon Her) the mother of Isa Alaihis salam being the woman of all nation had to make effort to find food due to her thoughts of Allah swt dropped from one hundred percent to may be fifty percent, we naturally fail everytime in Allah's swt test.

The heart of man pumps about 38 million times in a year. How much of it is used to remember Allah The Most High. If you fear Allah swt one hundred percent then you are one of the successful ones.




Dua's Frequently Asked Question

What to say before sleeping?

Bismika Rabbi Wada Tu Jambi Wa Bika Arfa Uh In Amsakta Nafsi Farhamha Wa In Arsaltaha Fahfazha Bima Tahfazu Ibadakas Salihin

With Your name my Lord, I lie down; and with Your name I rise. If you take my soul, have mercy on it, and if you return it then protect it as You protect your righteous slaves.

Meaning : "If any of you rises from his bed and later returns to it, let him dust off his bed with his waist garment three times and mention the name of Allah, for he does not know what may have entered the bed after him, and when he lies down he should sat (the above du 'a')".
                                                                                                                                                                                                   Al-Bukhari and Muslim  

What to say before sleeping?

Allahumma Innaka Khalaqta Nafsi Wa Anta Tawaffaha, Laka Mamatuha Wa Mahyaha In Ahyaytaha FahFazha, Wa In Amattaha Fagh-Firlaha. Allahumma As Alukal Afiyah.

O Allah, You have created ny soul and you take it back, Unto you is its death and its life. If you give it life then protect it, and if you cause it to lie the forgive it. O Allah, I ask you for good health.
                                                                                                                                                  Muslim and Ahmed
                                                                                                                                                 

What to say before sleeping?

Allahumma Qini Adhabaka Yawma Tab Athu Ibadak

O Allah, save me from your punishment on the day that you resurrect your slaves.

Meaning: "When the prophet (sal) wanted to lie down to sleep, he used to place his right hand under his cheek and say (the above du 'a")
                                                                               
                                                                                                                                                                                                   Abu Dawud

What to say before sleeping?

Bismika Allahumma Amutu Wa Ahya

In your name, O Allah, I lie (sleep) and I live (awaken).

                                                                                                                                                                                                     Muslim

Invocation to say if you stir in the night or have a bad dream

La Ilaha Illal-Lahul wahidul Qahhar, Rabbus-Samawati Wal Ardi Wa Ma Baynahumal Azizul Ghaffar.

There is none worthy of worship but Allah, the one, the victorious, Lord of the heavens and the earth and all that is between them, the All-Mighty, the All-Forgiving.
This is said when one changes sleeping postures.                                                                           Al-Hakim

Supplications for when you wake up

Alhamdu Lillahil-Ladhi Ahyana Ba Da Ma Amatana Wa Ilayhin-Nushur

Praise is to Allah Who gives us life after He has caused us to lie and Him is the return.
                                                                                                                                                                                                 Al-Bhukari and Muslim

Supplications for when you wake up?

Alhamdu lillahil-Ladhi Afani Fi Jasadi, Wa Radda Alayya Ruhi, Wa Adhna Li Bi Dhikrih

Praise os to Allah Who gave strength to my body and returned my soul to me and permitted me to remeber him.
                                                                                                                                                    
                                                                                                                                                 Al-Tirmidhi

Invocation for entering the lavatory (Toilet)

Allahumma Inni A udhu Bika Minal-Khubuthi Walkhabaa Ith.

O Allah, I seek protection in you from the unclean male and female spirits.

                                                                                                                                                                                              Al-Bhukari and Muslim

Invocation for leaving the lavatory (Toilets)

Ghufranaka

I seek your forgiveness
                                                                                                                                                                                          Abu Dawud, Ibn Majah and At-Tirmidhi

When starting Wudu, recite :


Bismillahir-Rahmanir-Rahim
In the name of Allah, Most Kind, Most Merciful.

In some narrations the following words have also been narrated which may be recited

Bismillahil-Azimi Wal-Hamdu Lillahi Alal-Islam.

In the name of Allah, the great, And praise to be Allah for Islam.
                                                                                                                                                                                        Musnad-al-Firdaes

Another variation narrated is

Bismillah Wali-hamdu Lillah

In the name of Allah, And all praise be to Allah
                                                                                                                                                                                        Majma'  az- Zawa'id

While performing Wudu, recite :

Allahum-Maghfirli Dhambi Wa Was-Si Li Fi Dari Wa Barik Li Fi Rizqi.

O Allah, forgive my sins, and widen for me my home, and grant me barakah in my sustenence.
                                                                                                                                                                                        as-sunan al-Kubra of an-Nasa'i

what to say upon completing ablution?

Ash-Hadu Al-La Ilaha Illal-Lahu Wahdahu La Sharika Lahu Wa Ash-Hadu Anna Muhammadan Abdhuhu Wa Rasulluh.

I bear witness that none has the right to be worshipped but allah alone, Who has no partner; and I bear witness that Muhammad us His slave and His Messenger.
                          
                                                                                                                                                                                       Muslim

what to say upon completing ablution?

Allahummaj Alni Minat-Tawwabina Waj Alni Minal-Mutatah-Hirin.

O Allah, make me among those who turn to You in repentance, and make me among those who are purified.

                                                                                                                                                                                       al-Trimidhi

Invocation when getting dressed

Alhamdu Lillahil-Ladhi Kasani Hadha Wa Razaqanihi Min Ghayri Hawlim-Minni Wa La Quwwah.

Praise is to Allah Who has clothes ma with this (garment) and provided it for me, though I was powerless myself and incapable.

                                                                                                                                                                            al-Bukhari, Muslim, at Tirmidhi, Abu Dawud, Ibn Majah
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