Allahumma Inna Nasta Inuka
Allahumma Inna Nasta Inuka

Allahumma Inna Nasta Inuka Full Dua In English And Arabic

Allahumma Inna Nasta Inuka is a dua from outside the Quran. However, it is a beautiful supplication fully in conformity with the Glorious Quran.


The dua is often recited at the end of the witr rakat offered during Isha prayer.

But you can recite at any time and as many times as you like.

Allahumma Inna Nasta Inuka Full Dua In Arabic

Here is the full Dua of Allahumma Inna Nasta Inuka in Arabic Text:

اللهم إنا نستعينك ونستغفرك ونؤمن بك ونتوكل عليك ونثني عليك الخير ونشكرك ولا نكفرك ونخلع ونترك من يفجرك اللهم إياك نعبد ولك نصلي ونسجد وإليك نسعى ونحفد ونرجو رحمتك ونخشى عذابك إن عذابك بالكفار ملحق



The transliteration of this beautiful dua is,

Allahumma inna nasta inuka wa nastaghfiruka, wa nu’minu bika wa natawakkalu ‘alaika wa nuthni ‘alaikal khair, wa nashkuruka wa la nakfuruka wa nakhla’u wa natruka manyyafjuruka, allahumma iyyaka na’budu , wa laka nusalli wa nasjudu wa ilaika nas’a wa nahfidu wa narju rahmataka wa nakhsha ‘adhabaka inna ‘adhabaka bil kaffari mulhiq.

Meaning Of Allahumma Inna Nasta Inuka Dua In English

The meaning of this wonderful Dua in English is

O Allah! Truly we seek Your help and Your forgiveness and believe in You and praise You for all good. We thank You and are not ungrateful to You and submit ourselves to you and surrender and abandon all who reject You. O Allah You alone we worship. We pray and prostrate to You. We strive and struggle in Your Way. We hope for Your mercy and fear Your harsh punishment. Certainly Your punishment encircles the rejectors.

Allahumma Inna Nasta Inuka
Allahumma Inna Nasta Inuka

What is Qunut?

Qunut refers to a dua (supplication) made at a precise place while standing during prayer.


When Muslims face adversity, Qunut is advised during prayer.

According to the more correct of the two scholarly opinions, it is prescribed after ruku’ (bowing) in the Witr prayer.

If a misfortune (nazilah) befalls the Muslims, it is recommended to say Dua al-Qunut after rising from ruku’ in the last rak’ah of each of the five daily obligatory prayers until Allah relieves the Muslims of the calamity. (See Shaykh Bakr Abu Zayd’s Tashih al-Du’a, page 460).


There is no sahih evidence that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) specifically chose Fajr for Qunut or that he recited it in Fajr prayer all of the time, under all circumstances.

Rather, it is established that he (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) recited Dua al-Qunut at times of calamity, using terms that were suited for the circumstances.

It is preferable for the imam to limit Qunut to times of calamity.

There are several wordings that have been narrated for Dua al-Qunut in Witr prayer.

When praying Qunut in a time of calamity, one should make supplications that are appropriate to the situation.

It was narrated that ‘Umar prayed Qunut with the words above.

And Allah knows best.


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