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O Protecting neighbor of those that seek Your neighborhood.
O Light of light! O Ever-living, there is no God but You.
O my Maintainer in my exile! The holy prophet, gently touched his body with his hand and asked him to remember this dua’a as it contain ismi azam the great name of Allah.
O You Knower of all things. O Retreat of all persecuted ones.
O You that did cure Ayyub of his malady. O Lord of the Great Kingdom and Supremacy. O Peace; O Keeper of Faith. O Giver of success in all requirements. Who has no consort. Surely, He is the All-forgiving, the All-compassionate. O Protector of the frightened dua mashlool with translation in. O Thou that ttranslation unto Luqman wisdom; and bestowed upon Sulaiman a kingdom the like of which shall not be merited by anyone after him.
O He Who destroyed the people of Lot. He saw the Holy Prophet saw in the dream. Here the Dua mashlool with translation in should pray for the fulfillment of his valid desires.
O Ordainer of every destiny. O Cleaver of the dawn! All your legitimate desires will be fulfilled. O ultimate Goal of those that aspire.
English Translation of Dua Mashlool
O He for Whom sounds are never indistinct! O Bestower of grace; O Grantor of favours. O He Whom none knows what He im. O You for Whom alone are both destiny and disposal.
Dua-e-Mashlool with English Translation – دُعْاءُ المَشْلُول
O Store of him who has no store! O He Who sees everything! O Most Generous of the most generous! O You that relieves agonies. O Opener of doors of relief and salvation. O Evident; O Hidden.
O Guarantor of those who have no guarantee. O most perfect Requiter of good and evil; O You whose help is sought for.
This du-a’a known as “supplication of the youth stricken for his sin,” is quoted from the work of Kaf-ami and from Muhaj al Da-wat by Sayyid ibn Tawus.