Nudba means calling and/or mourning in Arabic. This supplication is used to call Direct translation: Leader. In Sunni Islam, Imāms are the leaders of the Muslim community who lead prayers, provide guidance and help run communities. In the Shi’ah faith, the Imāms are the infallible, divinely appointed leaders... More al-Mahdī An abbreviation for the Arabic ‘Ajjallāhu ta’ālā farajahu Shareef’, which translates to ‘May Allah, the Exalted, hasten his noble reappearance.’ Follows the name of the 12th Imām, al-Mahdī (ʿaj), and is written as a sign... More for intercession, and for mourning his absence and occultation.
One of the most prominent supplications, it is attributed to Imam Jafar al-Sadiq (‘a).
It is highly recommended to be recited on four Eids: al-Fitr, al-Adha, al-Ghadeer and Jumu’An abbreviation for ‘After Hijrah.’ Used in English to denote the current era of the Islamic lunar calendar. This era began with the Prophet’s and early Muslims' migration from Mecca to Medina (the event was... More (Friday) after sunrise.