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Correct version of Wazeefa?

Wazifa or numerology?

Does "Wazifa" belong to Islam or is it simply numerology?

Assalam O Alaikum,

Please I need correction for wazeefa of "Ya Badi ul Ajaib Bil Khair Ya Badiu" and correct me is it "Ya Badi ul Ajaib e Bil Khair Ya Badiu" with or it is "Ya Badi ul Ajaibu Bil Khair Ya Badiu"? Please correct me.

Thank you so much!


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  1. Salaam sister please tell me when I can do this wazeefa fix Time and how many days and how many times I can read this plz reply back jazakallah

  2. Wa 'alaikumus-salaam warahmatullahi wabarakaatuh,

    The wazeefa you mentioned above is not found in the Holy Quran and Sunnah. There are many useful and powerful du'as that have been confirmed in both the Holy Quran and Sunnah, such the ones below:

    1. "Laa ilaaha illallahu, wahdahu, laa shareeka lahu. Lahul-mulku walahul-hamdu, wa huwa 'alaa kulli shy'in qodeer (There is no god but Allah, alone, He has no partners. To Him belongs the dominion and all praise, and He has power over all things)"

    Recite it 100 times or more everyday.

    2. "La ilaaha illaa Anta, subhaanaka, innee kuntu minaz-zalimeen (there is no god but You, You are far exalted and above all weaknesses, and I was indeed the wrongdoer)."

    Recite it as much as you can.

    3. "Ya Hayyu, ya Qayyum, bi-rahmatika astagheeth. Aslih lee sha'nee kullahu, walaa takilnee ilaa nafsee torfata ‘ayn (O the Living, O the Eternal, I seek help in Your grace. Set right all my affairs, and give me not over to my self even for as little as wink of an eye)."

    Recite it as much as you can.

    Please know that, the more you recite them sincerely with the true intention to get more closer to Allah, the more you find Allah in all your affairs.

    Hope this helps, and Allah knows best.

  3. Assalam alaikum,

    Wazeefa is an innovation.

    There are several reasons why we should not use wazifa and should instead make du’a. These include:

    1) Allah is not a vending machine! As Muslims, we recognise and accept that Allah is All-Knowing and All-Powerful, and that He alone knows what will be best for us in this life and the next. The idea that we can dictate or change Qadar through rituals that have no basis in Islamic teachings, is contrary to this and so we need to reject this idea.

    2) Wazifa is either self-prescribed or prescribed by a self-proclaimed ‘expert’, and does not have its basis in the established Sunnah – it is bid’ah (an innovation). We are told by The Prophet (peace be upon him) to avoid innovating matters of our deen:

    “He who innovates something in this matter of ours [Islam] that is not of it will have it rejected [by Allah].” {Bukhari, Muslim}

    ~taken from http://www.zawaj.com/askbilqis/wazifa-in-islam/

    What you are reciting is:

    يا بديع العجائب بالخير يا بديع

    'Ya badee'i -al ajaibi bil khair ya badiu'

    'Oh Unique Originator of goodness, Oh Originator'

    There are some people who recommend reading at a particular time in the day after a certain prayer and for a certain number of times. If you are reading in that way, that is innovation. It is best that you speak to an Islamic Scolar or an Imam.

    A similar question can be found on:
    http://www.zawaj.com/askbilqis/what-is-the-meaning-of-this-dua/

    And Allah knows best.

    • @ Saba

      Dismissing Wazeefa's as innovation, is an innovation.

      Quran,prayers and Ruqaya have been used to cure aliments and as a protection from the mischiefs & whisperings of Shaitan,it is the Sunnah of our Prophet(pbuh).

      The following Quranic ayats & hadiths confirm the same.

      “We sent down in the Quran that which is a cure and mercy for the faithful”. (17:82)

      “Say: For those who have faith, it (Quran) is a guidance and healing; but as for those who are faithless, there is a deafness in their ears and it is lost to their sight”. (41:44)

      Sahih Bukhari Hadith (Volume 7, Number 631) Narrated 'Aisha (May Allah be pleased with her)

      During the Prophet's (prayers and peace be upon him) fatal illness, he used to recite the Mu'auwidhat (Surat An-Nas and Surat Al-Falaq) and then blow his breath over his body. When his illness was aggravated, I used to recite those two Suras and blow my breath over him and make him rub his body with his own hand for its blessings." (Ma'mar asked Az-Zuhri: How did the Prophet (prayers and peace be upon him) use to blow? Az-Zuhri said: He used to blow on his hands and then passed them over his face.)

      Sahih Bukhari Hadith (Volume 7, Number 632) Narrated Abu Said Al-Khudri (May Allah be pleased with him)

      Some of the companions of the Prophet (prayers and peace be upon him) came across a tribe amongst the tribes of the Arabs, and that tribe did not entertain them. While they were in that state, the chief of that tribe was bitten by a snake (or stung by a scorpion). They said, (to the companions of the Prophet (prayers and peace be upon him) ), "Have you got any medicine with you or anybody who can treat with Ruqya?" The Prophet's (prayers and peace be upon him) companions said, "You refuse to entertain us, so we will not treat (your chief) unless you pay us for it." So they agreed to pay them a flock of sheep. One of them (the Prophet's (prayers and peace be upon him) companions) started reciting Surat-al-Fatiha and gathering his saliva and spitting it (at the snake-bite). The patient got cured and his people presented the sheep to them, but they said, "We will not take it unless we ask the Prophet (prayers and peace be upon him) (whether it is lawful)." When they asked him, he smiled and said, "How do you know that Surat-al-Fatiha is a Ruqya? Take it (flock of sheep) and assign a share for me."

      Sahih Bukhari Hadith (Volume 7, Number 633) Narrated Ibn 'Abbas (May Allah be pleased with him)

      Some of the companions of the Prophet (prayers and peace be upon him) passed by some people staying at a place where there was water, and one of those people had been stung by a scorpion. A man from those staying near the water, came and said to the companions of the Prophet (prayers and peace be upon him) , "Is there anyone among you who can do Ruqya as near the water there is a person who has been stung by a scorpion." So one of the Prophet's (prayers and peace be upon him) companions went to him and recited Surat-al-Fatiha for a sheep as his fees. The patient got cured and the man brought the sheep to his companions who disliked that and said, "You have taken wages for reciting Allah's Book." When they arrived at Medina, they said, -O Allah's Apostle! (This person) has taken wages for reciting Allah's Book." On that Allah's Apostle said, "You are most entitled to take wages for doing a Ruqya with Allah's Book."

      Sahih Bukhari Hadith (Volume 7, Number 634) Narrated 'Aisha (May Allah be pleased with her)

      The Prophet (prayers and peace be upon him) ordered me or somebody else to do Ruqya (if there was danger) from an evil eye.

      Sahih Bukhari Hadith (Volume 7, Number 635) Narrated Um Salama (May Allah be pleased with her)

      The Prophet (prayers and peace be upon him) saw in her house a girl whose face had a black spot. He said. "She is under the effect of an evil eye; so treat her with a Ruqya."

      Sahih Bukhari Hadith (Volume 7, Number 636) Narrated Abu Huraira (May Allah be pleased with him)

      The Prophet (prayers and peace be upon him) said, "The effect of an evil eye is a fact." And he prohibited tattooing.

      Sahih Bukhari Hadith (Volume 7, Number 637) Narrated Al-Aswad (May Allah be pleased with him)

      I asked 'Aisha about treating poisonous stings (a snake-bite or a scorpion sting) with a Ruqya. She said, "The Prophet (prayers and peace be upon him) allowed the treatment of poisonous sting with Ruqya."

      Sahih Bukhari Hadith (Volume 7, Number 638) Narrated 'Abdul 'Aziz (May Allah be pleased with him)

      Thabit and I went to Anas bin Malik. Thabit said, "O Abu Hamza! I am sick." On that Anas said, "Shall I treat you with the Ruqya of Allah's Apostle?" Thabit said, "Yes." Anas recited, "O Allah! The Lord of the people, the Remover of trouble! (Please) cure (Heal) (this patient), for You are the Healer. None brings about healing but You; a healing that will leave behind no ailment."

      Sahih Bukhari Hadith (Volume 7, Number 639) Narrated 'Aisha (May Allah be pleased with her)

      The Prophet (prayers and peace be upon him) used to treat some of his wives by passing his right hand over the place of ailment and used to say, "O Allah, the Lord of the people! Remove the trouble and heal the patient, for You are the Healer. No healing is of any avail but Yours; healing that will leave behind no ailment."

      Sahih Bukhari Hadith (Volume 7, Number 640) Narrated 'Aisha (May Allah be pleased with her)

      Allah's Apostle (prayers and peace be upon him) used to treat with a Ruqya saying, "O the Lord of the people! Remove the trouble. The cure is in Your Hands, and there is none except You who can remove it (the disease). "

      Quran,prayers and Ruqaya have been used to cure aliments and as a protection from the mischiefs & whisperings of Shaitan,it is the Sunnah of our Prophet(pbuh).

      The following Quranic ayats & hadiths confirm the same.

      “We sent down in the Quran that which is a cure and mercy for the faithful”. (17:82)

      “Say: For those who have faith, it (Quran) is a guidance and healing; but as for those who are faithless, there is a deafness in their ears and it is lost to their sight”. (41:44)

      Sahih Bukhari Hadith (Volume 7, Number 631) Narrated 'Aisha (May Allah be pleased with her)

      During the Prophet's (prayers and peace be upon him) fatal illness, he used to recite the Mu'auwidhat (Surat An-Nas and Surat Al-Falaq) and then blow his breath over his body. When his illness was aggravated, I used to recite those two Suras and blow my breath over him and make him rub his body with his own hand for its blessings." (Ma'mar asked Az-Zuhri: How did the Prophet (prayers and peace be upon him) use to blow? Az-Zuhri said: He used to blow on his hands and then passed them over his face.)

      Sahih Bukhari Hadith (Volume 7, Number 632) Narrated Abu Said Al-Khudri (May Allah be pleased with him)

      Some of the companions of the Prophet (prayers and peace be upon him) came across a tribe amongst the tribes of the Arabs, and that tribe did not entertain them. While they were in that state, the chief of that tribe was bitten by a snake (or stung by a scorpion). They said, (to the companions of the Prophet (prayers and peace be upon him) ), "Have you got any medicine with you or anybody who can treat with Ruqya?" The Prophet's (prayers and peace be upon him) companions said, "You refuse to entertain us, so we will not treat (your chief) unless you pay us for it." So they agreed to pay them a flock of sheep. One of them (the Prophet's (prayers and peace be upon him) companions) started reciting Surat-al-Fatiha and gathering his saliva and spitting it (at the snake-bite). The patient got cured and his people presented the sheep to them, but they said, "We will not take it unless we ask the Prophet (prayers and peace be upon him) (whether it is lawful)." When they asked him, he smiled and said, "How do you know that Surat-al-Fatiha is a Ruqya? Take it (flock of sheep) and assign a share for me."

      Sahih Bukhari Hadith (Volume 7, Number 633) Narrated Ibn 'Abbas (May Allah be pleased with him)

      Some of the companions of the Prophet (prayers and peace be upon him) passed by some people staying at a place where there was water, and one of those people had been stung by a scorpion. A man from those staying near the water, came and said to the companions of the Prophet (prayers and peace be upon him) , "Is there anyone among you who can do Ruqya as near the water there is a person who has been stung by a scorpion." So one of the Prophet's (prayers and peace be upon him) companions went to him and recited Surat-al-Fatiha for a sheep as his fees. The patient got cured and the man brought the sheep to his companions who disliked that and said, "You have taken wages for reciting Allah's Book." When they arrived at Medina, they said, -O Allah's Apostle! (This person) has taken wages for reciting Allah's Book." On that Allah's Apostle said, "You are most entitled to take wages for doing a Ruqya with Allah's Book."

      Sahih Bukhari Hadith (Volume 7, Number 634) Narrated 'Aisha (May Allah be pleased with her)

      The Prophet (prayers and peace be upon him) ordered me or somebody else to do Ruqya (if there was danger) from an evil eye.

      Sahih Bukhari Hadith (Volume 7, Number 635) Narrated Um Salama (May Allah be pleased with her)

      The Prophet (prayers and peace be upon him) saw in her house a girl whose face had a black spot. He said. "She is under the effect of an evil eye; so treat her with a Ruqya."

      Sahih Bukhari Hadith (Volume 7, Number 636) Narrated Abu Huraira (May Allah be pleased with him)

      The Prophet (prayers and peace be upon him) said, "The effect of an evil eye is a fact." And he prohibited tattooing.

      Sahih Bukhari Hadith (Volume 7, Number 637) Narrated Al-Aswad (May Allah be pleased with him)

      I asked 'Aisha about treating poisonous stings (a snake-bite or a scorpion sting) with a Ruqya. She said, "The Prophet (prayers and peace be upon him) allowed the treatment of poisonous sting with Ruqya."

      Sahih Bukhari Hadith (Volume 7, Number 638) Narrated 'Abdul 'Aziz (May Allah be pleased with him)

      Thabit and I went to Anas bin Malik. Thabit said, "O Abu Hamza! I am sick." On that Anas said, "Shall I treat you with the Ruqya of Allah's Apostle?" Thabit said, "Yes." Anas recited, "O Allah! The Lord of the people, the Remover of trouble! (Please) cure (Heal) (this patient), for You are the Healer. None brings about healing but You; a healing that will leave behind no ailment."

      Sahih Bukhari Hadith (Volume 7, Number 639) Narrated 'Aisha (May Allah be pleased with her)

      The Prophet (prayers and peace be upon him) used to treat some of his wives by passing his right hand over the place of ailment and used to say, "O Allah, the Lord of the people! Remove the trouble and heal the patient, for You are the Healer. No healing is of any avail but Yours; healing that will leave behind no ailment."

      Sahih Bukhari Hadith (Volume 7, Number 640) Narrated 'Aisha (May Allah be pleased with her)

      Allah's Apostle (prayers and peace be upon him) used to treat with a Ruqya saying, "O the Lord of the people! Remove the trouble. The cure is in Your Hands, and there is none except You who can remove it (the disease). "

      • "Recovering", you are missing the point. All of the DUA's (not wazeefas) that you described in your comment are valid precisely because they are from Quran or Sunnah. However, most so-called wazifas are not from Quran or Sunnah. For example, if someone tells me that I should say, Aoothoo billahi min-ash-shaytan-ir-rajeem" 5,500 times and it will cure my injured knee, there is no basis for this from any Quranic narration or hadith, and it is therefore bid'ah.

        Where is the evidence that saying ""Ya Badi ul Ajaib Bil Khair Ya Badiu" a specific number of times will remedy or cure anything? There is none.

        We should stick to the dua's that are mentioned in Quran and Sunnah, such as the ones you quoted in your comment. There is no such thing in Islam as wazeefa.

        Wael
        IslamicAnswers.com Editor

        • Wazifa is strong means of getting out of any difficulty, in other words we are taking Allah's help in removing our problem whatever it may be, so those who say no need of wazifas or they are innovations are far away from Allah's power. Allah has power over all things , how much big it is as mountain or how much small it is like a fly, so asking Allah anything is ok and reading wazifa for it is also ok.

          We should rely completely on Allah for each and every thing, whether it is small or big. Regarding reading any wazifa in some numbers , it is imp because we pray five times not six times, we fast 30 days in ramzan not 40 days, so there is a rule to read wazifas in numbers. like 101 times, 21 times, 41 times. there is nothing wrong in it.

          I think you misunderstood wazifa word, actually wazifa itself means to do zikr. the only difference is you called it dua , some call it wazifa. To recite some ayat is called dua by some and zikr by some and wazifa by some people , the concept is the same, reading something from quran or allah's name for removing some problem is known as wazifa in other words zikr.

          Actually the way is how you look at it. now if you want every proof of wazifa from quran and hadees, then you prove that wearing a cap for namaz from quran and hadees, prophet never wore cap like muslim nowadays do. The prophet(pbuh) used to wear turban on his mubarak head but nowadays the arabs dont wear it. ie they wear saudi gotra. which is not proved by quran and hadees

          • "Fatwa No : 156783
            Specifying some Quranic verses to be recited on a particular day of the week
            Fatwa Date : Muharram 9, 1433 / 4-12-2011
            Question
            In India there is small booklet called MANZIL which priscribes some ayats of quran to be read on each day of week , what is your openinon regarding this?

            Answer
            All perfect praise be to Allaah, The Lord of the Worlds. I testify that there is none worthy of worship except Allaah, and that Muhammad is His slave and Messenger.

            Specifying some verses to be recited on a particular day of the week and believing that it has some excellence is something that is not reported in the Sharee’ah as far as we know. Worshipping Allaah with such a specification is not permissible because it is an innovation and it is confirmed that ‘Aa’ishah narrated that the Prophet said: “Whoever performs an act which is not in accordance with ours [our religion], it will be rejected from him.” [Al-Bukhaari and Muslim]
            Nonetheless, reciting the Book of Allaah is of great excellence as the reciter gets ten rewards for every letter, as the Prophet said: ''Whoever recites one letter from the Book of Allaah, he will get one reward for it, and a reward is multiplied tenfold, I don’t say Alif-Laam-Meem is one letter, but Alif is a letter, Laam is a letter, and Meem is a letter.” [At-Tirmithi]
            Therefore, a Muslim whether male or female should be assiduous in reciting the Quran at all times in order to obtain this great reward.
            Allaah Knows best."

            "Fatwa No : 208285
            This method of reading Soorah Yaa Seen is Bid'ah
            Fatwa Date : Rajab 20, 1434 / 29-5-2013

            Question:
            Someone told me to read Surah Yaseen after 2 rakhas of Sunah prayer in fajr in such a manner i.e " start yaseen and read till 1st mobeen, then start again and read till 2nd mobeen...so on till the 7th mobeen" after this pray 2 rakhas of fard prayer of fajr. Do this for 7 days and whatever need we have from Allah swt it will be fullfilled. Plz. let me know if above mentioned way of reading is correct.

            Answer:
            All perfect praise be to Allaah, The Lord of the Worlds. I testify that there is none worthy of worship except Allaah, and that Muhammad is His slave and Messenger.

            The method which you mentioned in the question is an innovation which has no basis in the Sharee’ah, so you must not do it as the Prophet said: "Whoever introduces into this matter of ours (Islam) that which is not a part of it; it will be rejected.” [Al-Bukhaari and Muslim] Imaam Muslim narrated this Hadeeth with the following wording: “Whoever performs an act which is not in accordance with ours [our religion], it will be rejected from him.” [Muslim]

            Imaam An-Nawawi said in his interpretation of Saheeh Muslim: “One should learn this Hadeeth and use it in invalidating evil [innovations], and one should spread the information about using this Hadeeth as evidence…..”

            Whoever worships Allaah with anything other than what Allaah has legislated, his act of worship will be rejected from him and Allaah will not accept it from him. Furthermore, as far as we know, neither the Quran, nor the Sunnah nor the acts of the Companions support this method, so you should be keen on asking the scholars about anything which you do not know and not take knowledge from any one you like.

            Allaah Knows best."

          • @Recovering:

            Firstly, it is true that we pray five times not six times and we fast 30 days in ramzan not 40 days etc...However if I ask you,,, who legislated those numbers for those obligatory 'ibadah, you will say, "Allah". But again if I ask you,,, who legislated the numbers for wazifas, you will say "other" than Allah. So do you not see the difference yet, my dear brother? Who makes the rules, or to whom belongs the legislation of the rules or numbers?

            "You worship not besides Him except [mere] names you have named them, you and your fathers, for which Allah has sent down no authority. Legislation is not but for Allah . He has commanded that you worship not except Him (in the way He prescribed for you). That is the correct religion, but most of the people do not know." (Quran 12: 40)

            Secondly, you need to understand that, obligatory ibadah and supererogatory ibadah are two different ibadahs with mostly separate rules. For example in an obligatory ibadah, the numbers mentioned regarding them are fixed rules--therefore adding or reducing a number (intentionally) invalidates the ibadah. Whereas in a supererogatory ibadah (such as dua's and adhkaar), the numbers mentioned regarding them are considered as sunnah, but not as fixed rules--as the basic and utmost goal of the supererogatory adhkar or du'as is to do them a lot (i.e. much, from morning till evening, beyond numbers) in order to get more closer to Allah. Allah subhanahu wata'ala says in the following ayats:

            "O you who have believed, remember Allah with much remembrance. And exalt Him morning and afternoon." (Quran 33: 41- 42)

            And mention the name of your Lord [in prayer] morning and evening. And during the night prostrate to Him and exalt Him a long [part of the] night." (Quran 76: 25-26)

            "And when you have completed your (hajj) rites, remember Allah like your [previous] remembrance of your fathers or with [much] greater remembrance. And among the people is he who says, "Our Lord, give us in this world," and he will have in the Hereafter no share. But among them is he who says, "Our Lord, give us in this world [that which is] good and in the Hereafter [that which is] good and protect us from the punishment of the Fire." (Quran 2: 200-201)

            However, the numbers mentioned in sunnah adhkar and du'as are understood to mean "at least" -- without divine beliefs attached to the numbers in and of themselves. This is understood by anyone who reflects well on the following hadith:

            Sayyiduna Abu Hurairah (radi Allahu anhu) reported:

            The Messenger of Allah (sall’Allahu alaihi wasallam) said, “Whoever says,

            "Laa ilaaha illallahu, wahdahu, laa shareeka lahu. Lahul-mulku walahul-hamdu, wa huwa 'alaa kulli shy'in qodeer (There is no god but Allah, alone, He has no partners. To Him belongs the dominion and all praise, and He has power over all things) one hundred times will get the same reward as given for manumitting ten slaves; and one hundred good deeds will be written in his accounts, and one hundred sins will be deducted from his accounts, and it will be a shield for him from Satan on that day till night, and nobody will be able to do a better deed except the one who does more than he.
            { Sahih Al-Bukhari ~ Book #75, Hadith #412 }

            The difference between wazifa's numbers and the dua's/adhkar's numbers is that, in wazifa, the numbers are fixed with particular beliefs with no divine proof, whereas in dua's/adhkar, the numbers are approved from the Holy Quran or Sunnah, yet, not considered as fixed rules (instead, considered as sunnah, and not wajib). So if the numbers in dua's/adhkar are not wajib, who are you to innovate fixed numbers for wazifas?!

            You may choose particular numbers to recite your personal dhikr that matches your schedule (this is acceptable by all scholars), but without making that a divine rule or commanding others to follow the same numbers with an innovative belief.

            Thirdly, there are really many useful and powerful du'as/adhkar mentioned in the Holy Quran and Sunnah which one cannot even complete them all, let alone to have time for wazifas. This is where it should be clear to you that, shaitaan brought all the wazifa ways to divert people from completing those beautiful and strong adhkar/dua's. In fact, you reflect on the wazifas (such as the one mentioned by the OP) and compare them to dua's and adhkar that are in the words of both Allah and His Messenger, you could feel that, the heart is attracted to and leaning towards the ones in the words of Allah and that of His Messenger (sallallahu 'alaihi wasallam).

            Also, when you watch carefully, you will notice that wazifas mostly focus much on dunya purposes (such as how to get a job, how to charm a woman/man' family to accept me, how to pass my examination, how to get promoted at work, how to cure my injured knee--lol etc..), whereas dua's and adhkar focus much on Akhirah purposes (such as how to earn more rewards, how to attain higher ranks in Jannah and see Allah from above Jannat al-firdaus) with little focus on dunya purposes.

            Well, both the people of wazifas and the people of dua's/adhkar may be confusing since they both claim that they call upon same God, Allah, and plus since they both pray, fast, and go to hajj together, however, Allah clearly separated between the two groups with their purposes at the field of Hajj, and He said:

            "And when you have completed your (hajj) rites, remember Allah like your [previous] remembrance of your fathers or with [much] greater remembrance. And among the people is he who says, "Our Lord, give us in this world," and he will have in the Hereafter no share". But among them is he who says, "Our Lord, give us in this world [that which is] good and in the Hereafter [that which is] good and protect us from the punishment of the Fire.""
            (Quran 2: 200-201)

            Hope this helps, and Allah knows best.

      • To clarify, when I am speaking of wazeefa, I am speaking of those things that were not mentioned in the Quran and Sunnah (see links in my above comment). Everything you have mentioned is directly from the Quran and Sunnah--in other words, you and I are in agreement.

        The problem is that some people think that wazeefa is the equivalent of a du'a and it isn't.

        I don't know if you have read any books on wazeefas, but many of them are printed in the Indian Subcontinent and they say things like: "Read such and such this many times at this particlar time for these many days and the result is guaranteed." They have no basis or reference mentioned and it is basically made-up and who are they to guarantee anything?

    • Dear brothers in Islam
      Assalam Walaikum
      I want to sheer some of my thoughts in that.
      First of all, in Holy Quran, Almighty Allah SWT told in sura bani-Israel (last verses) "either you ask with (name) Allah or ask with (name) Rehman, with all names of Allah , you can ask and He will give you and His all names are good" so we can ask Allah SWT with any of his name, in any way and in any numbers, He will listen.
      Secondly, Prophet Muhammad PBUH told about lots of vazaif to read during the day. For example after all prayers, we have to read 33 times Subhan Allah, 33 times Alhamdulilla and 34 times Allah-ho-Akber.
      I think we can ask Allah SWT in any way but the most important is that we have to ask only from Allah SWT and not others like prophets, Sufi, Aulia Allah, Peers, on the mazars or any person who is not in the world and not alive.
      May Almighty Allah SWT give us naik and right way and path.
      Ameen
      Muhammad

    • Assalam walykum brother

      I want to know the reference of this wazifa

      يا بديع العجائب بالخير يا بديع

      And also what if we recommend someone something which is not mentioned in "quranic or nabawi duas". As wazeefa ?

      • AbdelRahman, it has no basis from Quran or Sunnah that I know of. It is better to rely on known teachings of dhikr and dua', which were given to us by the Quran and the Messenger of Allah (sws).

        Wael
        IslamicAnswers.com Editor

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