Dua For Looking In The Mirror in Islam

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Use of mirror in islam

What is the Dua when looking in the mirror?



This Dua we can recite to get a glow on our face. Because when you thank Allah, Allah will increase you.

Dua For Looking In The Mirror, Arabic

 اَللّٰهُمَّ   أَنْتَ   حَسَّنْتَ   خَلْقِيْ  ,  فَحَسِّنْ   خُلُقِيْ

Dua for looking in the mirror, English Transliteration

Allahumma anta Hassanta Khalqee Fa Hassin Khuluqee

Dua for looking in the mirror, English Translation

“O Allah, You have beautified my features, so beautify my character as well.”

Dua for looking in the mirror, Explanation

The Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) was superior to everyone in the universe in terms of creation and morals. This prayer of The Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) was for continuing this blessing and educating the Ummah.

The dua is that the prophet s.a.w whenever He looked into the mirror, used to say “Allahumma anta Hassanta Khalqee Fa Hassin Khuluqee.” O Allah, as you have perfected my creation, that is the physical appearance, also perfect my moral conduct and character because what you have in terms of physical appearance is nothing compared to your character and your moral conduct.

How many handsome men and gorgeous beautiful women are there today? Millions, but who among them is beautiful in character; kind, honest, generous, brave does not cheat not lie. A few, so this dua is a request, and you are urging Allah to perfect you inside out. So whenever you see mirror, say Allahumma anta Hassanta Khalqee FaHassin Khuluqee —- “O Allah, You have beautified my features, so beautify my character as well.”

Dua for looking in the mirror, Arabic, English, Translation, Transliteration

Is this dua special and limited only to look at the mirror? Can we read it not while looking into the mirror but at other times?

This dua has a beautiful meaning. You can say this whenever you want. Not only to limit it when you look in the mirror. You can say it because it’s a dua.

One of the unique things about this Dua is that the person gets attention and concern towards his inner actions and morals.

The servant thanks Allah for how much mercy Allah has bestowed on me. Made all my organs healthy and functional. Allah Made my two hands equal. He did not make one small and one big. Make both tangs equal, one small and one big. Make both ears equal. He did not make one ear small and one ear big. My nose, ears, eyes, everything was made with great beauty. But there is a deficiency in my actions, O Allah! Make my actions good too. Make me your submissive.

Mirror example in Hadith

عَنْ أَبِي هُرَيْرَةَ قَالَ‏:‏ الْمُؤْمِنُ مَرْآةُ أَخِيهِ، إِذَا رَأَى فِيهَا عَيْبًا أَصْلَحَهُ‏.‏
Abu Hurayra said, "A believer is the mirror of his brother. When he sees a fault in it, he should correct it."

A believer is the mirror of his brother When he sees a fault in it he should correct it

How can a muslim brother be a mirror of his Muslim brother?

  1. When a person stands in front of the mirror and sees any flaws and dirt on his face, he does not like to keep the flaws and dirt on his face, but he immediately removes them. The same thing should happen. When a Muslim sees any deficiency in another Muslim/believer, a believer should also consider him as his mirror, consider his deficiency as his own, and immediately try to remove it.
  2. A mirror tells your fault only to yourself and not to anyone else. A believer should also present his brother’s fault, not tell people about it.
  3. A mirror never lies; a believer should always speak the truth about a believer’s matters.
Unfortunatly, today we are mirrors that hide our thousands of blemishes and show the minor scars of others. If we pay attention to ourselves and look at our faults, we try to improve ourselves.

can you pray with a mirror in the room?

If there is a glass in the cupboard, window or wall in front of the person who is praying and the shadow or reflection of the person (who is praying) is visible, the prayer will be permissible. There will be no resentment; Because the shadow or reflection is not in the order of the image.

Yes, however, if the attention of the person who is praying is diverted due to the mirror, there is a disturbance in one’s posture and humility, then in such a case, it is Makrooh-e-Tanzihi to pray in front of the glass. In such a case, put a cloth on mirror.

is it haram to look at your private parts in the mirror?

It It is dislike act and not permissible without necessity. Because looking at one’s private parts also creates thoughts of sin. And sometimes, it is also the reason for illusion. And man sees his private parts in isolation. And everyone knows that loneliness is the enemy of man. Satan quickly leads such a person astray. In solitude, a person is attracted to sin easily, so everyone should avoid it. Imam Tirmidhi said: If a person does this regularly, he will become guilty of adultery or fornication.

can we see mirror at night?

It is also permissible to comb or look at the mirror in the evening or night. There is no Shariah prohibition. Such illusions as are popular among the masses have no actual origin.

what does it mean when a mirror breaks in islam?

Different types of superstitions are found among people. Some people believe that broken glass means some trouble, and people think we need to do Sadaqah after breaking the mirror, etc. This is also an illusion, there is nothing to do after breaking the mirror, and it has no reality in Islam. We are forbidden from bad omens.

is it bad to keep a broken mirror?

A broken mirror can cause injury, so we should not keep it without any reason and necessity. If you have to keep the broken glass with you for any reason, keep it carefully and out of the reach of children.

can we see the mirror in itikaf?

It will not be permissible to look at a mirror outside the designated place for itikaf, but there is no problem in looking at a hand mirror within the confines of the place of itikaf.

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