Dua e Qunoot: A Comprehensive Guide to Meaning, Significance, and Practice

Have you ever wished for a quiet moment to connect with God, sharing your hopes and fears in the stillness of night?

Dua e Qunoot, a special prayer in Islam, offers just that.

Dua e Qunoot, also known as Dua e Qunut (دعاء القنوت), is commonly recited during the night prayer called Witr.

The Arabic word “Dua” (دعاء) means “supplication” or “invocation,” while “Qunoot” (القنوت) signifies “standing devoutly” or “being obedient.”

Dua e Qunut isn’t in the Quran, but it’s a Sunnah of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him).

Narrated Anas:

The Qunut used to be recited in the Maghrib and the Fajr prayers.
Reference : Sahih al-Bukhari 1004

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Salat al-Witr is a Sunnah prayer. There are various methods for praying Witr, but here’s the most common way, consisting of three rak’ahs:

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Benefits Of Dua E Qunoot
Narrated Muhammad bin Seereen:
“Anas was asked, “Did the Prophet (SAW) recite Qunut in the Fajr prayer?” Anas replied in the affirmative. He was further asked, “Did he recite Qunut before bowing?” Anas replied, “He recited Qunut after bowing for some time (for one month).”
Reference : Sahih al-Bukhari 1001
It was narrated that Muhammad said:
“I asked Anas bin Malik about Qunut, and he said: ‘The Messenger of Allah (SAW) recited Qunut after Ruku’.”
Grade: Sahih (Darussalam)
Reference : Sunan Ibn Majah 1184
It was narrated that Anas bin Malik said:
“He was asked about Qunut in the Subh prayer, and he said: “We used to recite Qunut before Ruku’ and afterwards.”
Grade: Hasan (Darussalam)
Reference : Sunan Ibn Majah 1183
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What is the meaning of Al Qunut?

Al Qunut (القنوت) primarily refers to a special supplication recited while standing during prayer. While the literal meaning in Classical Arabic is “being obedient” or “the act of standing,” it encompasses broader meanings like humility, obedience, and devotion. The phrase “Du’a Qunoot” emphasizes that it is a specific type of supplication within the prayer.

Can I pray Witr without Qunoot?

Yes, you can pray Witr without reciting Qunoot. While Qunoot is a recommended (Sunnah) part of the Witr prayer, it is not obligatory. Omitting it occasionally is permissible and does not invalidate your prayer. Even the renowned scholar Shaykh Ibn Baz confirmed this, stating there is no harm in omitting Qunoot sometimes.

How I can learn dua e qunut? 

You can learn Dua e Qunoot by downloading the PDF and audio files provided in the blog.

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