Powerful Dua For Divorce in Islam


If you want to and are facing marital problems, you can find a solution using dua for divorce From Quran.

Marriage is a pure bond in Islam, meant to bring two people together in love and respect. But sometimes, even with the best efforts, things don’t work out. Divorce can be the best option in such cases.

Islam allows divorce, but it should be the last resort after trying everything to save the marriage.

If you are facing this tough situation, turning to Allah for guidance and support through dua (prayer) can help. Let’s explore a powerful dua for divorce and find comfort in these difficult times.

Why Make Dua for Divorce?

Dua is a powerful way to talk directly to Allah. When your marriage is failing, dua can give you comfort and guidance.

Making dua for divorce isn’t about asking for separation. It’s about seeking Allah’s help to make the right decision for everyone involved.

How to Perform Dua for Divorce

Here is a simple steps on how to perform a dua for divorce and getting Allah’s wisdom and strength during this tough time.

  • Perform Wudu (ablution) to cleanse yourself.
  • Recite “Bismillahir Rahmanir Raheem” 11 times.
  • Read Surah Al-Baqarah and focus on its meanings
  • After reading Surah Al-Baqarah, make a deep prayer to Allah in your own words. Share your feelings and struggles in the way shown below-

Say, “O Allah, please guide me to make the best decision for my family and me. Grant us peace and resolve our issues with wisdom and kindness.

  • Finish your dua by reciting Durood Sharif 15 times.

Instructions on How to Recite Dua For Easy Divorce

  • Proper cleansing is the first step.
  • Dry off completely, and don’t let any moisture touch your skin.
  • Fold a sheet of paper with the name of your husband/wife written on it.
  • Put the sheet of paper down in front of you.
  • Don’t forget to have some Zamzam water handy.
  • Focus on the glass and ask Allah Tallah for guidance as you try to break it.
  • Just say “Ya wadoodo” a hundred times.
  • Proceed to recite the “Dua for Divorce” (234 times) given below-
“Yaa aayyuhan nabiyu izeaa tallaqtummuunn nisaa’a fataliqoohunaa
li’iddatihiinna waa ahsuul’iddata wattaquul laahaa rabbakuum; la tukhrii
joohunna miin buu-youtihinna waa la yakhrujnaa ilaa anie yaa’teena
bifaahiishaatim mubaaiyinah; waa tilkaa hudooduul laaah; waa manie yata’adda
huduodal laaahi faqaad zalamaa nafsahah; laa tadree la’allaal laaha yuhdisuu ba’dazalikaa amraa”

If you are not able to make dua by yourself then you can take guidance from our Molvi Peer Mohammad Qadri Ji.

Dua To Get Divorce From Husband

Powerful Dua To Get Divorce From Husband

In order to make the procedure easy and simple, you should perform the dua to get divorce mentioned below:

  • Recite the namaz of Insha
  • Recite Durood Shareef 11 times.
  • Read this below given dua 40 times.
Allah Humma Salli Alaa Muhammadew Wa Alaa Aalii Muhammadin Kaamaa Sal Laita Aala Ibrahimaa Waa Aala Aalii Ibrahimaa In naka Hamiidum Majeed
  • Recite Durood Shareef 11 times again.
  • Open your heart out and pray to Allah SWT to grant you success in your divorce.

Dua and wazifa are very effective solutions for all types of problems. Just have faith in it and go ahead, you will never lose in the journey of life.

If you want to break a relationship or marriage then recite this dua to break someone marriage.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is it wrong to pray for divorce in Islam?

No, it’s not about asking for separation but seeking Allah’s guidance to make the best decision. Try to reconcile first before considering divorce.

Can dua really help in making a decision about divorce?

Yes, dua is a powerful tool. It can provide emotional and spiritual support during difficult times.

What if my spouse doesn’t want a divorce?

Communicate openly with your spouse. If reconciliation is not possible, seek advice from a knowledgeable Islamic scholar.

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