What Are Lost Prayers?
The Arabic of the lost prayer is as follows: “Allâhümme rabbe’d-dâlleti ve hadiye’d-dâlleti, rudde aleyye dalletî bi mightike ve sultânike. It is expressed as “fe in-nehâ min fadlike ve ataike.” It is known as the prayer of loss and is read today.
What is the Turkish Meaning of the Lost Prayer?
The Turkish meaning of the lost prayer is expressed as follows: O my God, who can show the way to the lost people. Show me a straight guide (path) too. Give me back what I have lost with your might, for that is only your grace.”
How to Read the Prayer of Lost?
The prayer of loss should be read by the individual who lost the item. Just before the prayer of loss is read, the prayer of thanksgiving should also be performed. Before performing the two-rak’ah prayer, wudu must also be performed. After all these procedures, the prayer can be read. Prayer can also be read right after the prayer. It is also ideal to read it in a glass of water and drink it. Within the scope of the prayer of loss, individuals who have lost any of their possessions or something they valued in general should pray and seek help from Almighty Allah. It is very useful to mention the salawat-i sharif, the Ayetel Kursi and the Surah Duha in order to find the lost items. However, it is very useful to always say “Suphanallah” while searching for the item. There are many prayers that can be read along with them.
What Are Other Lost Prayers?
There are many prayers to find lost things or items. A few of them are as follows:
The prayer “Ya cami’annasi liyevmin la raybe fihi İnnallahe la yuhliful mi’ad ijma brain and brain” should be read 25 times every day in order to find anything stolen or lost. This reading should continue until the lost item is found. At the end of this prayer, the name of the thing that was lost should be mentioned.
An individual who has lost or stolen something, prays two rak’ahs every day and says, “Allahümme ya Hadi ve ya Radded dalleti, erd aleyye dallet biizzetike ve sultanike feinneha min fadlike ve ataike.” He should continue to read the prayer in the form of a prayer until he finds his lost item.