Discussion in 'Nasheeds, Poems and Duas' started by ditta, Jun 24, 2008.
Salam brother... thanks for this... very helpful indeed...
:salam2:, the transliteration was correct when it ends with an '-i'. This is because the letter 'yaa' at the end indicates 'me' in arabic. When reciters say the prayer in witr, they are doing the dua for the whole congregation and so it changes to '-na' which is 'us'. If you are reciting the du'a to yourself, then keep it to the '-i' ending. If in congregation, change it to '-na'
assalamu alaikum wr wb ?
jazak Allah khayran insha`Alah
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