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Nitro Zeus
07-18-2019, 03:23 PM
Assalamu alaikum,

Just now I have found a wazifa for success in exam.



  1. When you will be handed over question paper in examination hall. Do not start writing. Just keep it on the table in reverse position, means front side of the paper facing towards the table, back top.
  2. Then, recite Durood-e-Pak (Durood-e-Ibraheemi AlaehisSalam) three (3) times.
  3. Then, recite eleven (11) times this Kalmaat: “Subhaanaka La ‘Ilma Lanaa Illa Maa ‘Allamtana. Innaka Antal ‘Aleemul ‘Hakeem”.
  4. Then, recite eleven (11) times “Ya Fattaahu”.
  5. Then, recite seven (7) times “wALLAHul Musta’ ‘Aanu ‘Alaa Ma Taseefoon.”
  6. Then, recite again three (3) times Durood-e-Pak (Durood-e-Ibraheemi).
  7. Then start solving/writing your exam paper.

What is this "Ya Fattahu"? Is it a short Dua or what?
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Aaima zahid
07-18-2019, 06:23 PM
Asslamoalikum
Everything is worth reciting before exam.
“Ya Fathahu” is the name of Allah. It’s
not dua.
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فصيح الياسين
07-19-2019, 06:48 PM
Originally Posted by Nitro Zeus
Assalamu alaikum,

Just now I have found a wazifa for success in exam.



  1. When you will be handed over question paper in examination hall. Do not start writing. Just keep it on the table in reverse position, means front side of the paper facing towards the table, back top.
  2. Then, recite Durood-e-Pak (Durood-e-Ibraheemi AlaehisSalam) three (3) times.
  3. Then, recite eleven (11) times this Kalmaat: “Subhaanaka La ‘Ilma Lanaa Illa Maa ‘Allamtana. Innaka Antal ‘Aleemul ‘Hakeem”.
  4. Then, recite eleven (11) times “Ya Fattaahu”.
  5. Then, recite seven (7) times “wALLAHul Musta’ ‘Aanu ‘Alaa Ma Taseefoon.”
  6. Then, recite again three (3) times Durood-e-Pak (Durood-e-Ibraheemi).
  7. Then start solving/writing your exam paper.

What is this "Ya Fattahu"? Is it a short Dua or what?
Walikumasalam

Brother really do you so much time to recite all of these before starting a paper because exam timing is very short

Kibdly do simple bismillah and darood shareef and ask simply to allah for help and start. And for this kindly keep self study, So in exams time you do not need such a wazaif to do

Yes its a name as my fellow said above
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HabibUrrehman
07-19-2019, 07:17 PM
Islam is not as hard as we make it for ourselves. Keep away from innovations in Islam. Do your best in anything you do with the name of Allah and don't worry about results. Do what is in your control and don't worry about something you have no control over.
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