Prayers and dua for safe travels
Many religions, cultures, and households offer special rituals or prayers before embarking on trips. Islam is no exception.
A typical religious Islam home offers special prayers known as dua for their loved ones before they set off. The prayers ensure their protection and safe arrival.
We will go into further details in subsequent paragraphs; please keep reading to find out more.
What is the DUA for traveling?
There are many dua for traveling. Before embarking on the journey, Muslims recite their prayers to ask Allah for his divine protection.
A common dua for travelers is the Dua e Safar, the supplication for traveling.
It goes Subhana-Allahi sakh-Khara la-na hadha wa ma kunna la-hu muqrinin.
This prayer translated as Glory unto Him, who created this transportation for us. However, we needed help to develop it. And unto our Lord, we shall return.
How do you say safe journey in Islam?
A way of saying safe journey in Islam is Rafaqatkal Salama, a transliteration of the Arabic statement that means May safety accompany you.
Another way is to say Fi Amanullah, which means Have a safe journey. You can also say Tirooh wa Tigi bis salaam, which means Have a safe trip.
There are many other ways to say it, but they all carry the same meaning.
5 Dua for safe travel
Rabbi anzilni munzalan ubarokan wa anta khairul munzilin
The transliterated version of the Arabic dua means My Lord, let me land at a blessed landing place, and You are the best to accommodate (us).
The prayer is from Surah Al aluminum ayat 29 in the Holy Qur’an.
One says it is a prayer for safety before setting off for their trip.
Subhana-alladhi sakh-khara la-na hadha wa ma kunna la-hu muqrinin. Wa inna ila Rabbi-na la munqalibun.
This dua means Glory unto Him who created this transportation for us, though we could not make it ourselves. And unto our Lord, we shall return. And can be found in Surah Az-Zukhruf 43:13-14 in the Qur’an.
Wa-qul Rabbi Adkhilnee Mudkhala S’diqiw Wa Akhrijnee Mukhraja S’diqiw Way-a’l Lee Mil Ladunkaa sult’aanan nas’eera.
This dua is translated to the English language as O Lord, cause me to enter a goodly entrance and cause me to go out a goodly exit, and grant me from you an authority to assist (me).
It was also derived from Sura Al-’Isra 17:80 and is recited as a prayer when traveling to a place for the first time.
Va kealarkaboo forehead bismillah macreahea VA murseahea, Inna rabble la gaafoorun Raheem.
This Surah Al-Hud 11:41 is a dua recited after arriving at your destination safely.
Its translated meaning is Embark therein! In the name of Allah, be it its course or its mooring. Lo! My Lord is forgiving and merciful!
Ayibun, ta’ibun, ‘abidun, sajidun, lirabbina haidun
This Sahih al-Bukhari 30:84 is translated in English as We return, repentant, worshipping, prostrating, and praising our Lord.
It is a prayer of joy and gratitude to Allah for a successful trip and a safe return home.
Which dua is for safety?
Rabbi anzilni munzalan ubarokan wa anta khairul munzilin is the dua for safety. Muslims believe that reciting this prayer brings one an immediate feeling of calmness and confidence.
It also enables you to reaffirm your faith in Allah and remind you that He is the only one who can protect and save you.
What to say if someone is traveling in Islam
Astawdi’ Ullaha deenaka wa Karnataka wa khawaateema ‘amalika, which means “I leave your religious commitment in the care of Allah, as well as what you leave behind (of family and wealth), and the last of your deeds.”
And Subhana-alladhi sakh-khara la-na hadha wa ma kunna la-hu muqrinin. Wa Inna ila Rabbi-na la munqalibun, meaning “Glory unto Him who created this transportation, for us, though we were unable to create it on our own. And unto our Lord we shall return.” are some nice things to say to an Islam traveler.
What is the traveler’s prayer in Islam?
The Sunnah and Nafl are the Islam traveler’s prayers. This prayer is a call unto Allah to protect travelers from all forms of danger as they embark on their journey.
It is an invitation for His presence to overshadow them throughout the trip to ensure their safe return.
Religious Muslims understand the importance of offering dua to Allah before, during, and after a journey. They believe their prayers entrust their trip and its purpose into the hands of Allah, who will protect them from all forms of danger and ensure their safe return.