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This is a fundamental tenet of Islam and is understood by all who say the popular zikir “la hawla wala quwwata illa billah”. If you know the meaning behind this short prayer you are verbally in agreement that…

There is no power and no strength except with Allah.

Subhanallah, it is a short but very potent phrase. This statement, (often refereed to as Hawqala) is recorded in over 10 narrations in various hadith books which mention Prophet Muhammad (SAWS) telling his followers to recite this dhikr daily.

The authenticity of these hadiths are graded as Sahih, meaning authentic, by many scholars which is why we should make the effort to incorporate this saying daily.

la hawla wala quwwata illa billah (6 words) or you can remember a slightly longer variation — la hawla wala quwwata illa billahil aliyyil azim. It’s rhythmic tone makes it easy to remember and flows right off the tongue.

La Hawla Wala Quwwata In Arabic

Here’s how it would look if you were to read in Arabic:

لا حَوْلَ وَلا قُوَّةَ إِلا بِالله

Transliteration: la hawla wala quwwata illa billah
English Translation: There is no might nor power except with Allah.

How To Pronounce:

Here’s audio version we’ve created to help with proper pronunciation so you may learn how say and inshallah memorize.

Deeper Analysis of the Meaning Behind This Phrase

Now, sometimes in translating Arabic to English we lose the nuances that may be understood only by native speakers. Here’s what the author of site wahiduddin had written in regards to the common translation of the phrase.

“However that translation fails to capture the grandeur and deeper significance of this magnificent phrase. Translating the word hawla simply as power is an over-simplification. The Arabic root h-w-l depicts all manner of change and transformation. [..] Progress is only achieved through change and transformation… and spiritual progress requires the highest degree of change and transformation. We may wish to change, but we alone do not have the power to make such changes.” 1

We are constantly evolving and progressing, but understand this is not of our own genius ability, it is the will of Allah through which transformation occurs.

The variation of the phrase, la hawla wala quwwata illa billahil by adding aliyyil azim further praises Allah by referring to him by one of his 99 names (Azim). The meaning of Azim refers to his being of t he great one, the mighty, the One deserving of exaltment.

Who Should Recite This Prayer

Really anyone at anytime can recite this prayer. It’s purpose is to show remembrance of Allah. The wisdom and message behind this saying is that man’s nature is weak. Our egos like to put on the facade that we’re macho, capable and independent but true confidence comes to the person who can admit that he is not.

A servant of Allah knows this and can admit he is weak, powerless, and incapable, that is without the will of his Lord. Thus, the importance of reciting this prayer, “La Hawla Wala Quwwata Illa Billah”.

You’re asking Allah to make whatever you desire possible.

We all need help at times, there’s no shame in asking the creator for it. In fact we should ask more of Allah as he is not limited. Whether struggling through difficult financial times, marital problems, or dealing with stress this can be a powerful dhikr to help you pull through.

Remember this ayat “So lose not heart, nor fall into despair: For ye must gain mastery if ye are true in Faith.” (3:139)

Hadith That Mentions La Hawla Wala Quwwata

Here’s some of the Hadiths that mentions the Prophet (saws) about saying this phrase:

It was narrated that Abu Musa said: “The Prophet (saas) heard me saying: ‘La hawla wa la quwwata illa billah (there is no power and no strength except with Allah).’ He said: ‘O ‘Abdullah bin Qais! Shall I not tell you of a word which is one of the treasures of Paradise?’ I said: ‘Yes, O Messenger of Allah.’ He said: ‘Say: La hawla wa la quwwata illa billah (There is no power and no strength except with Allah).’” 2

Say During Adhan

It was narrated that ‘Alqamah bin Waqqas said: “I was with Mu’awiyah when the Mu’adhdhin called the Adhan. Muawiyah said what the Mu’adhdhin said, but when he said: ‘Hayya ‘alas-salah (come to prayer),’ he said: ‘La hawla wa la quwwata illa Billah (There is no power and no strength except with Allah);’ and when he said: ‘Hayya ‘alal-falah (come to prosperity),’ he said: ‘La hawla wa la quwwata illa Billah (There is no power and no strength except with Allah).’ After that he said what the Mu’adhdhin said, then he said: ‘I heard the Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) saying exactly like that.’” 3

Dua When Leaving The House

Anas (May Allah be pleased with him) reported: Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) said, “Whoever says (upon leaving his house): ‘Bismillah, tawakkaltu ‘alallah, wa la hawla wa la quwwata illa billah [I begin with the Name of Allah; I trust in Allah; there is no altering of conditions but by the Power of Allah],’ it will be said to him: ‘You are guided, defended and protected.’ The devil will go far away from him”. [Abu Dawud, At-Tirmidhi and An- Nasa’i]. Abu Dawud reported it with this addition: “One devil will say to another: ‘How can you deal with a man who has been guided, defended and protected?” 4

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2. Grade : Sahih (Darussalam) Reference : Sunan Ibn Majah 3824 In-book reference : Book 33, Hadith 169 English translation : Vol. 5, Book 33, Hadith 3824

3. Grade : Sahih (Darussalam) Sunan an-Nasa’i English reference : Vol. 1, Book 7, Hadith 678 Arabic reference : Book 7, Hadith 685

4. Book Riyad as-Salihin. Arabic/English book reference : Book 1, Hadith 83

Question: How is salat ul-Istikhara prayed? Is it meant to be prayed several days in a row until a decision is made, or only once? Is it meant to be prayed after one has pretty much made up their mind, or when someone hasn’t really figured out what to do? Are their various valid opinions?

: In the Name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful

The istikhara prayer is a very simple prayer of seeking guidance.

  • One prays two rakats at any time that is not disliked, after which one recites the supplication of istikhara.
  • It is best to recite it before sleeping, though in no way necessary.
  • Like other duas, it is recommended that one face the qibla.
  • It is recommended to open the dua of istikhara, with praise of Allah and sending blessings on the Prophet ﷺ and to close it in this manner, too.
  • It is disliked to ‘hasten’ in seeking the answer to one’s istikhara, like other duas, because the Prophet ﷺ said, “Your prayers are answered, unless you hasten, saying, ‘I prayed, but no answer came.’”

The Prayer in Arabic

اللَّهُمَّ إِنِّي أَسْتَخِيرُكَ بِعِلْمِكَ وَأَسْتَقْدِرُكَ بِقُدْرَتِكَ وَأَسْأَلُكَ مِنْ فَضْلِكَ الْعَظِيمِ فَإِنَّكَ تَقْدِرُ وَلَا أَقْدِرُ وَتَعْلَمُ وَلَا أَعْلَمُ وَأَنْتَ عَلَّامُ الْغُيُوبِ اللَّهُمَّ إِنْ كُنْتَ تَعْلَمُ أَنَّ هَذَا الْأَمْرَ خَيْرٌ لِي فِي دِينِي وَمَعَاشِي وَعَاقِبَةِ أَمْرِي فَاقْدُرْهُ لِي وَيَسِّرْهُ لِي ثُمَّ بَارِكْ لِي فِيهِ وَإِنْ كُنْتَ تَعْلَمُ أَنَّ هَذَا الْأَمْرَ شَرٌّ لِي فِي دِينِي وَمَعَاشِي وَعَاقِبَةِ أَمْرِي فَاصْرِفْهُ عَنِّي وَاصْرِفْنِي عَنْهُ وَاقْدُرْ لِي الْخَيْرَ حَيْثُ كَانَ ثُمَّ أَرْضِنِي


Allâhumma inni astakhiruka bi ilmika wa astaqdiruka biqudratika wa as’aluka min fadlikal-azimi, fa innaka taqdiru walâ aqdiru wa ta’lamu walâ a’lamu wa anta allamul ghuyubi. Allâhumma in kunta ta’lamu anna hâdhal amra khayrun li fi dini wa ma-ashi wa aqibati amri faqdir-hu li wa yassir-hu li thumma barik li fihi wa in kunta ta’lamu anna hâdhal amra sharrun li fi dini wa maâshi wa aqibati amri fasrifhu anni wasrifni anhu waqdir liyal-khayra haythu kâna thumma ardini.


“O Allah, verily I seek the better [of either choice] from You, by Your knowledge, and I seek ability from You, by Your power, and I ask You from Your immense bounty. For indeed You have power, and I am powerless; You have knowledge and I know not; You are the Knower of the unseen realms. O Allah, if You know that this matter is good for me with regard to my religion, my livelihood and the end of my affair then decree it for me, facilitate it for me, and grant me blessing in it. And if You know that this matter is not good for me with regard to my religion, my livelihood and the end of my affair then turn it away from me and me from it; and decree for me better than it, wherever it may be, and make me content with it.”

Looking for signs

One should suspend one’s own judgement or inclination about the particular matter, and wait for Allah to show one a sign or to make things happen in a way that indicates what to do. When one is not clear about the result of the istikhara, the fuqaha mention that it is recommend to repeat it, up to 7 times if necessary (usually done on separate occasions). [cf: Radd al-Muhtar].

Shaykh Nuh Keller mentions that the more one prays the istikhara prayer, the clearer its answers become to one. He prays it for all matters, even things one would not imagine doing istikhara for.

It is not necessary that you get a dream or even a “feeling.” Rather, the istikhara is a prayer that Allah guide you towards that which is best (khayr) for you. If you do the prayer of guidance (istikhara) with the proper manners, the most important of which is to truly consign the matter to Allah and suspend your own inclinations, then Allah will make events unfold in the direction that is the best for your worldly and next-worldly affairs.

When unable to offer salah

In general, when it is not possible to perform the istikhara prayer itself (such as when one is out on the road, or in one’s menstrual period), it is recommended to simply read the dua itself. [Radd al-Muhtar]

For even the smallest things

The great Hanafi scholar and hadith expert from Aleppo, Shaykh Abdullah Sirajal-Din mentions in his book on the virtues of prayer that it is the way of many Sufis, including Shaykh al-Akbar Muhiyyuddin Ibn al-Arabi (Allah sanctify his secret), to pray the istikhara prayer at the beginning of their day, after sunrise, asking Allah to guide them in general to all good and to keep away all evil from them.

Istikhara gives the best answer, for one’s worldly and religious life (not worldly life alone), when coupled with another essential sunna: istishara (seeking sound counsel) of those worthy of being consulted and taking the sound means of assessing the situation at hand.

Imam al-Nawawi mentioned that before the istikhara prayer, one should seek advice from those whose knowledge, wisdom, and concern one is confident. Ibn Hajar al-Haytami and others mentioned that one of the benefits of this is to further distance oneself from the desires of one’s own egotistic inclinations.

The istikhara prayer may be made for a specific matter or be made for a general seeking of all that is best. Some scholars, including Imam Abd al-Wahhab al-Sha`rani and Ibn `Arafah before him saw this kind of istikhara prayer as being superior. Others, including Shaykh Ibn al-Arabi, recommended performing a general istikhara prayer for all that is good every day, ideally at the time of the Duha prayer (after sunrise).

One should be pleased with what Allah chooses for one, and not seek to follow one’s whims after the answer to one’s supplication becomes clear. We ask Allah to give us beneficial knowledge, and the success to act upon it in the way most beloved to Him, on the footsteps of His beloved Prophet Muhammad (Allah bless him and give him peace).

Ramadan 2019 will begin on Monday, 6th May 2019 (according to Saudi Arabia) and end on Tuesday, 4th June 2019. Eid al Fitr 2019 will be on Wednesday, 5th June 2019. This is the tentative date as the actual date is contingent on the sighting of the moon of Ramadan 2019, the 9th month in the Islamic calendar (Hijri 1440). The length of the Month varies between 29 and 30 days depending on the sighting of the Shawwal Moon which leads to the awaited festival of Eid ul Fitr on the 1st of Shawwal.

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History and Obligations

Ramadan (also known as Ramzan, Ramadhan, or Ramathan), observed by Muslims worldwide, is one of the Five Pillars of Islam. The word itself comes from the Arabic root “ramida” which roughly translates as “Scorching Heat”. Fasting was made obligatory on all adult Muslims in the Second Year of Hijri (Migration from Makkah to Madinah of Muslims). The only people exempted from keeping a fast are the ones who are travelling, aged, pregnant, diabetic, chronically ill, menstruating or breast feeding. Many children endeavour to complete as many fasts as possible as practice for later life.

Ramadan Practices and Blessings

Ramadan, the 9th month of the Islamic Calendar, is considered one of the most blessed months in Islam. Muslims fast during this month, doing maximum Dhikr of Allah (SWT). The month of Ramadan culminates with the festive occasion of Eid ul Fitr as Muslims thank Allah (SWT), celebrating the festival with religious fervor. This month is full of celebration and festivity as the Muslims immerse themselves in reading the Quran and Duas and spending maximum time doing Dhikr. The Muslims fast the whole month as it teaches them the true meaning of perseverance and tolerance. During this month, Muslims are not only supposed to refrain from eating and drinking during the stipulated timing but they are also required to curb all negative emotions like anger and prove themselves to be the perfect Muslim. Moreover, the Quran was also completed in this month.

How to Fast?

A Fast (sawm) is kept by Muslims from dawn to sunset, timings of which varies in every region. During this time, they refrain from eating food, drinking, smoking and engaging in sexual relations. In Ramadhan, Muslims also strive hard to refrain from any sinful behaviour such as lying, cursing, false speech. The food eaten before sunrise is known as Suhoor, and the one eaten after sunset is known as Iftar. During these times, Muslims spend generously to make the food available for whole community (specially the poor one). The rewards of all Good Deeds are increased during the Month of Ramzan, whether it is praying salat or giving charity. This Hadith testifies this fact as well:


Each day, before dawn, Muslims observe a pre-fast meal called the suhur. After stopping a short time before dawn, Muslims begin the first prayer of the day, Fajr. Suhur (or sahari) is the pre-dawn meal which is very important during Ramadan since that is what one’s body thrives on all day and should be carefully planned for a steady diet plan that helps you stay healthy.
Dua for Suhur


At sunset, Muslims get together for the iftar Meal to break their Fasts. Just after listening to Maghrib Athan, they recite the Iftar Dua to ask Allah for His sustenance. Dates are usually the first food to break the fast. Prophet Muhammad (SAW) broke fast with three dates according to some traditions. Here are the benefits of Dates:
Social gatherings very frequently happen at iftar. Traditional dishes are often highlighted, including traditional desserts, and particularly those made only during Ramadan.
Dua for Iftar

Recite Quran Kareem

In this Holy Month, Muslims are encouraged to Recite Al Quran. Ramadan is a month to remember this biggest blessing and source of guidance mankind was ever given. Tarawih is one of the way Muslims complete the recitation of Holy Quran which are held in Mosques. It is Mustahab (An action which is rewarded, but whose omission is not punishable) for the Muslim to read whole Qur’an during Ramadhan and to strive to complete it, but that is not obligatory. Some Muslims do it by Completing 1 Juz’ each day for the 30 Days of Ramadan.
Here is the collection of some of the Verses in Quran about Ramadan.

Lailat ul Qadr

Lailat ul Qadr, also called the ‘Night of Power’ is one of the most coveted nights of the Islamic Year. It is one of the last ten odd nights in the month of Ramadan and is full of blessings. It please Allah (SWT) to see the Muslims fasting during the month to please Him. This month of Ibadah ends with the Muslim festival of Eid ul Fitr.
Learn How to determine the Date of Lailatul Qadr

Nightly prayers (Tarawih)

How to perform dhikr

Tarawih are the extra prayers some Muslim Communities perform at night after Isha Prayers in the Islamic month of Ramadan. They are not mandatory Prayer but are still of utmost Importance.


Zakat is another Pillar of Islam, and giving Charity becomes even more important during Ramadan. It is a way to purify your wealth for the will of Allah (SWT) and is payable on assets owned over one lunar year. The collected Zakat is required to be given to the poor and deserving people. You can calculate this year’s Zakat using IslamicFinder’s Zakat Calculator. In Ramadan, all good deeds are rewarded more than in any other month of the year. This is the why many people choose give Zakat (Sadqa) to poor in this Month.
Here are the Ways to be charitable in Ramadan.


Itikaf means to be in isolation in a Masjid or at home with the intention of solely dedicating your time to the worship of Allah (SWT). It is Sunnat-al-Muaqidah (Sunnah that is urged to be performed) to sit in Itikaf in the last 10 days of Ramadan. A person may commence Itikaf after sunset of 20th of Ramadan, and end it when the moon for Eid is sighted. The Sunnah stays the same if the month of Ramadan is of 29 or 30 days.
Here is All you need to know about Itikaf in Ramazan.

Dua meant to combat every distress, problem, hurdle, and sadness in life. Dua through one can get instant help from ALLAH The Creator. No matter how hard and impossible it is. Do not ever underestimate the powerful outcomes of this awesome dua mentioned in Hadith.

How to perform dhikr

This supplication Ya Hayyu Ya Qayyum Bi Rahmatika Astagheeth is one of those that always receive a response from ALLAH The Exalted.

Please see the Arabic Transliteration of this in the above wallpaper

English Transliteration : Ya Hayyu Ya Qayyum Bi Rahmatika Astaghees

English Translation : Ya Hayyu Ya Qayyum Bi Rahmatika Astaghees

Hindi Transliteration : या हय्यु या क़य्यूमु बिर’हमतिका अस्तग़ीसु

Hindi Translation : ऐ ज़िन्दाह ऐ क़ायम रहने वाले| मैं तुझसे तेरी रहमत की मदद माँगता हूँ|

Al-‘Hayyu Qayyoom u means The Ever-Living, the One Who sustains and protects all that exists. This is a part of The Verse of The Throne in the Noble Quran Surah #2, Al-Baqarah, Verse/Ayat #255 which is also known as Ayat-ul-Kursi in Urdu.

Elaborating this particular word Al-‘Hayyu of the verse:

The word ‘Hayyu means ‘the living’ in Arabic. Out of the divine names, the introduction of this word is to emphasize that HE is Ever-living and Ever-lasting. HE is above and beyond death.

ALLAH is the only one who is ever-living and who will be living eternally. Everything will perish except ALLAH.

Elaborating this particular word Qayyoom u of the verse:

This word Qayyoom u is derived from ‘Qiyaam’ which literally means to stand (We do in ‘Salah’). ‘Qa’im’ refers to the one who stands. The words ‘Qayyum’ and ‘Qayyaam’ are forms of aggregation.

They mean The One Who HIMSELF stands firmly and keeps others sustained and supported, all simultaneously.

This is ‘Ism-e-Azam.

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What ‘Ali R.A. Said About ya-‘Hayyu Qayyoom u

Sayyidina ‘Ali May ALLAH be please with Him says:

There was a time during the battle of Badr when I wished I could see what the Holy Prophet ﷺ was doing. On arrival, I saw Him in the state of prostration (Sajdah), constantly saying ya-‘Hayyu Qayyoom u ya-‘Hayyu Qayyoom u

Hadith Regarding Ya Hayyu Ya Qayyum Bi Rahmatika Astaghees

Anas bin Malik said:

“Whenever a matter would distress Him, the Prophet ﷺ would say:

‘O Living, O Self-Sustaining Sustainer! In Your Mercy do I seek relief (Ya Hayyu Ya Qayyum Bi Rahmatika Astagheeth).’” And with this chain, that he said: “The Messenger of ALLAH ﷺ said: ‘Be constant with: “O Possessor of Majesty and Honor (ya Zal Jalaali Wal Ikraam).’”

Jami’ At-Tirmidhi 3524 | Grade : Hasan (Darussalam)

Abu Hurairah narrated that:

When a matter would worry the Prophet ﷺ, he would raise his head up toward the sky and say:

“Glory is to ALLAH, the Magnificent (Subhaan ALLAHil-‘Azeem).” And when he would strive in supplication; he would say: “O the Living, O Sustainer (Ya Hayyu yā Qayyoom).”

Jami’ At-Tirmidhi 3436 | Grade : Da’if (Darussalam)

In The Noble Quran, Surah #2, Al-Baqarah, Verse/Ayat #152, ALLAH The Exalted says:

فَاذْكُرُونِي أَذْكُرْكُمْ وَاشْكُرُوا لِي وَلَا تَكْفُرُونِ

Remember ME, then, and I will remember you. And be thankful to ME, and be not ungrateful to ME.

Verse 152 asks men to “remember” HIM as the Supreme Benefactor, and to render HIM thanks by being obedient. As long as they do so, ALLAH will “remember” them in showering on them His material and spiritual blessings.

This verse ends with the reminder that men should not be ungrateful to ALLAH in denying His blessings or in being disobedient.

The one who remembers ALLAH through HIS lovely names will indeed be benefits here and in the afterlife.

As The Messenger of ALLAH ﷺ said: ‘Be constant with ya Zal Jalaali Wal Ikraam (O Possessor of Majesty and Honor).

The Merits of Dhikr (Remembrance) of ALLAH

The merits of Dhikr (Remembrance) are, indeed, innumerable.

ALLAH The Majestic says that so long as HIS servant keeps remembering Him and his lips keep moving in Dhikr, ALLAH remains with him.

When a man “remembers” ALLAH, He too “remembers” him.

Dhikr or “Remembrance” essentially pertains to the heart, but in so far as the tongue is the interpreter of the heart the oral recitation
of a Divine Name or a verse of the Holy Qur’an is also described as Dhikr. In other words, oral Dhikr can be worth the name only when it
is accompanied by the “remembrance” of the heart.

Benefits of Ya Hayyu Ya Qayyum Bi Rahmatika Astaghees

Likewise, Prophet ﷺ recite this dua in the state of prostration while in the battle of Badr. Therefore, ALLAH provided instant help to Him.

Whoever is in need of any sort of help from ALLAH. No matter how difficult the situation is. Just make ablution and do prostration then start reciting this dua.

To resolve any problem, issues, hurdles of life. To get quick help from ALLAH. Recite this dua more and more and pray to ALLAH The Exalted.

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Being a Muslim it is our belief that we have to die one day and our final destination is the life of the hereafter. In the hereafter, we go to Jannah (Paradise) or Jahannam (Hell-fire) depends upon the deeds that we did in worldly life. Jannah or heaven is the hope of every Muslim all of us wish for Jannah in the hereafter. So getting Jannah in hereafter it is the objective of every Muslim in this world to do all the good deeds possible that ensure going into Paradise. A Muslim knows that the life of this world is short-term and the eternal life is in the hereafter that’s why his or her objective is to get an eternal life that is in Paradise. Allah Almighty says in Holy Quran: “O you who believe! Be careful of (your duty to) Allah and seek means of nearness to Him and strive hard in His way that you may be successful.” (Quran, 5:35)

Prophet Muhammad (SAW) told us that in Paradise things which beyond our imagination are present. Allah Almighty also described Paradise in many places of Holy Quran: “The description of Paradise which the Muttaqoon have been promised is that in it are rivers of water, the taste, and smell of which are never changed. Rivers of milk the taste of which will remain unchanged, rivers of wine that will be delicious to those who drink from it and rivers of clear, pure honey. For them will be every kind of fruit and forgiveness from their Lord.” (Quran, 47:15)

We all want to get Jannah for that we have to perform good deeds and actions. There are multiple ways to attain the pleasure of Allah (SWT) and enter His Jannah. Allah (SWT) has made it easy for us to enter Jannah but some of us forget this due to an attachment to this temporary worldly life.

How to perform dhikr

Following are some ways regarding the hadiths of Prophet Muhammad (SAW) which will show us how to get Jannah in the hereafter.

  • Faith and good deeds will lead us to get Jannah. In Holy Quran, Allah Almighty says: “But those who have faith and work righteousness, they are the Companions of the Garden: Therein shall they abide forever.” (Quran, 2:82)
  • Seeking knowledge also leads to Paradise. Our beloved Prophet Muhammad (SAW) said in one of His hadith in these words: “Whosoever takes a path that leads to knowledge, Allah, the Almighty will pave his way to Jannah.”(Muslim)
  • Another simple way that can play a vital role in a Muslim’s life leads to Jannah is going to the mosque. Holy Prophet (PBUH) said regarding this: “Whosoever goes to the Masjid and returns back from it, purely for the sake of Allah, Allah the Almighty will prepare an abode in Jannah for every time he goes and comes back.” (Muslim)
  • Being good to parents also a reason to get Jannah. In one of hadith of Prophet Muhammad (SAW) said: “A father’s pleasure is Allah’s pleasure, a father’s displeasure is Allah’s displeasure” (Tirmidhi). Further, He (SAW) said about mother: “Paradise lies at the feet of your mother.” (Nasai)
  • Prophet Muhammad (SAW) said in one of His hadith: “Whoever believes in Allah and His Messenger (PBUH), and establishes the prayer and fasts in the month of Ramadan, it is incumbent upon Allah that He enters him in Jannah.” (Sahih Bukhari)
  • Whoever remained righteous will lead towards Jannah. “Indeed, truthfulness leads to righteousness and indeed righteousness leads to Jannah.” (Sahih Bukhari)
  • Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) said: “Anyone whose soul leaves his body and he is free of three things, will enter Jannah: Arrogance, stealing from the spoils of war, and debt.” (Sunan Ibn Majah)
  • Above all, Quran recitation is perhaps one of the most effective ways of getting Jannah.

These were some ways of getting Jannah there are many other ways that are not mentioned in this article which we should follow. May Allah Almighty guide us, forgive all our sins, help us to stay substantial on the right path and unite all of us in Jannah. Ameen!