Ya Muqallib al-Qulub

Just some beautiful du’as with the words muqallib al-qulub, one of the names we as muslims can call upon Allah with :

- Ya muqallib al-qulub, thabbit qalbi ‘ala dinik (say this after salat al-maghrib especially, as mentioned by imam an-Nawawi in “al-Adkhar” but in plural)

O mover (or flip-flopper) of hearts, make my heart firm upon your religion

- Ya muqallib al-qulub, thabbit qalbi ‘ala’l-haqq

O mover of hearts, make my heart firm upon the truth

- Ya muqallib al-qulub, thabbit qalbi ‘ala ta’atik

O mover of hearts, make my heart firm upon your obedience

- Ya muqallib al-qulub, thabbit qalbi ‘ala siratik, wa sunnatik wa shari’atik

- Ya musarrif al-qulub, thabbit qalbi ‘ala ta’atik

O director of hearts, keep my heart in a state of obedience to you

- Ya muqallib al-qulub wa ‘l-ahwalhawwil halina ila ahsan ‘l-hal

O you, transformer of hearts and spiritual states make our states the loveliest of states

- Allahumma, ya muqallib al-qulub wa’l-absar, thabbit qalbi ‘ala dinik

O Allah, O controller of the hearts and eyes, let my heart hold fast onto your religion

- Allahuma Ya Musabbib al-Asbab, Ya Mufattih  al-Abwab, Ya Muqallib al-qulubi wal-absar, Ya Dalil al-mutahayyirin, Ya Ghiyath al-mustaghathin, Ya Hayyu, Ya Qayyum, Ya Dhul-Jalali wa-l-Ikram! Wa ufawwidu amri il-Allah, inn-Allaha basirun bil-‘ibad

O Allah, o causer of causes, o opener of doors, o transformer of hearts and eyes, o guide of the stupefied ones, o redresser of complainants, o living, o eternal, o majestic an venerable, (..)

Allah is the one who controls the hearts of people. Remember the hadith – in Sahih Muslim – that Allah doesn’t look at your bodies and appearances but rather at your hearts (and your acts).  In the Qur’an it is said that only the ones with a clean heart (bi qalbin salim) will be accepted by Allah. Oh Allah clean our hearts and deeds from hypocrisy and make us better people.

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4 responses to “Ya Muqallib al-Qulub

  1. S

    AsSalaamu Alaykum,

    Great post, really benificial masha’Allah, just a small point: the second du’a is missing the word ‘qalbi’.

    JazaakAllahu khayran

  2. haruni

    Wa aleykum salam wa rahmatullah,

    Wa iyyak!

    Barakallahu fik. I added the missing word and added some more.

  3. suleiman

    Jazzakallahu khairan!!!

  4. Ameen!!!! Jazakallah khair for explanation of such a lovely duaa

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