Sehri Dua, also known as Sehri ki Dua, is a prayer that Muslims say before beginning to fast, particularly during Ramadan. Muslims pray and express their intention to fast for the Ramadan month that day in this Sehri ki Dua or Roza Rakhne ki Dua.
روزہ رکھنے کی نیت
وَبِصَوْمِ غَدٍ نَّوَيْتُ مِنْ شَهْرِ رَمَضَانَ
’’اورمیں نے ماہ رمضان کے کل کے روزے کی نیت کی‘‘
I Intend to keep the fast for month of Ramadan
The special Sehri ki Dua for fasting in Ramadan is “Wa bisawmi ghadinn nawaiytu min shahri Ramadan,” which translates as “I intend to fast tomorrow in the month of Ramadan.” When setting fasting intentions, it is not necessary to read Sehri dua; however, many people read Sehri ki dua or Roza rakhne ki dua because reciting Sehri dua demonstrates the strength of fasting motives. Allah may reward you with more benefits if you make Roza rakhne ki dua.
Sehri is a meal that we eat before fasting because it is Sunnah and will keep you from feeling hungry during the fast. Eating Sehri is also a blessing, and those who do so are blessed by Allah. As a result, it is critical to form fasting intentions after eating Sehri. You can make a quick desire in your heart because it is not necessary to express your intentions verbally, and reading Sehri ki Dua or Dua for Sehri validates your desires.
Say the Roza rakhne ki dua even before the end of Sehri. Making intentions demonstrates your commitment to completing Islamic tasks such as prayers and other Islamic principles. Similarly, before fasting, a desire from the heart must be established. However, if you recite Sehri ki dua or Roza rakhne ki dua, Allah will reward you with greater benefits because uttering words to convey your good intentions is also considered excellent and will be added to your list of good acts.