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Blessed Places Where Dua’as are Accepted

Blessed Places Where Dua’as are Accepted


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Blessed Places Where Dua’as are Accepted

Each Dua and Supplication produced by the Muslims into the Allah Almighty must be produced out of the belief it will be confessed by our merciful Lord if it's in the very best of our worries.

"Your Lord, the Blessed and the Exalted One, is Modest and Generous, and He loathes to turn off His slave empty-handed when he lifts his hands in supplication." (Narrated by Tirmidhi and Ibn Majah.)

But, there are several Times and particular places especially in Makkah and Medina where one's Dua is surely accepted.

  • Each Muslim understands that if he'll make a supplication facing Ka'aba or by where Ka'aba is observable, there's absolutely no possibility that his supplication won't be granted.
  • When performing Tawaf & Sa’ee.
  • On the hills and in between the hills of Safa and Marwa.
  • Near Hajr-e-Aswad, the Black Stone
  • Beneath Meezaab-e-Rahmat That's the water outlet at the roofing of Ka'aba.
  • Near to Rukn-e-Yamaani that is the crack at the Holy Kaaba  where Ali  (RA) was born·
  • Close to Maqaam-e-Ibrahim also Called the Station of Ibrahim.
  • Near to the Jamraat That's the three stone pillars in Mina Where Muslims rock the satan.
  • Near to the Multazam·
  • Near to the Well of Zam Zam
  • Between Rukn-e-Yamaani and Maqaame Ibrahim.
  • At Mina, notably at Masjid Khaif·
  • In Arafaat, a desert place at which the pilgrim spends the 9th of Zul Hijjah as a rite of Hajj.
  • In Mash'arul Haraam.
  • At hateem, a semi circular area next to kaaba


Abu Hurairah reported that the Prophet (PBUH) said, "Your

Supplication will be answered if you're not impatient, and should you not say,'I supplicated but my supplication wasn't heard'."Though Some areas are best for the approval of Supplications and dua'as, the Muslims must understand that the doors of Mercy and approval of Allah are available all the time. The guidance of Allah and His apostle (PBUH) encourages the Muslims to always pray to their merciful and Generous Lord because the supplication of a believer is indeed a worship of his Lord according to our beloved Prophet (PBUH) and reported by Nu'man b. Bashir:

"Verily supplication is worship."