Ziyarat Ashura


Alqamah bin Mohammed ibn Hazrami (r.a.) narrates ‘I requested Imam Baqir (a.s.) to teach me a dua that I should recite on the day of Aashoora after the reciting the Ziyaarat of Imam Husain (a.s.) – from near his (a.s.) grave or from a distance.’ Imam (a.s.) replied

‘O Alqamah, whenever you wish to recite the Ziyaarat of Imam Husain (a.s.), you first perform two units of prayers. Then turn towards the grave of Imam Husain (a.s.) and while pointing towards it, you first say ‘Salam’ and then ‘Takbir’. Thereafter, you recite this Ziyaarat (Ziyaarate Aashoora). If you do so, then as if you have recited the supplication read by the angels while visiting the grave of Imam Husain (a.s.). Moreover, when you recite this Ziyaarat, then

(a) Allah will increase your grade ten lakh times

(b) You will be included among those people who were martyred along with Imam Husain (a.s.)

(c) On the day of Judgment, you will be included among the martyrs

(d) You will get the reward of all the Prophets (a.s.) who have visited the grave of Imam Husain (a.s.) from the day that he (a.s.) was martyred till date.

And the way of reciting the Ziyaarat is like this’

(Then Imam (a.s.) recited the entire Ziyaarate Aashoora for Alqamah (r.a.))

(Kaamil al-Ziyaarat, Ibn Qoolwayh, Ch. 71, p.194)

Ziyarat Ashura is salutations to the martyrs of Karbala who sacrificed their life along with that of Aba Abdillah [a] for the sake of Islam and for preserving Islam. This ziyarat has many benefits and many traditions have been recorded encouraging the followers of Ahlul Bayt [a] to recite this Ziyarat daily.

 

Ziyarat Ashura- Recited by Abathar Al Halawaji

Arabic with English Translation

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