Jawshan Kabeer (Arabic: جوشن الكبیر) is a long Islamic prayer that contains names and attributes of God. Jawshan means “steel plate” or “mail” and thus. 3 Jun It has been mentioned in the book, Balad al-Amin and the Misbah of Kafa`mi that Imam `Ali ibn al-Husain Sayyid as-Sajjidin (prayers be upon. Shia Dua. 1 Tracks. 55 Followers. Stream Tracks and Playlists from Dua Joshan Kabir on your desktop or mobile device.
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O He Who is great in His power.
Dua Joshan Kabir (دعاء جوشن کبیر) – Resalat
Joshan kabir Kabr who needs no protection. O He, Who knows the conscience of the silent. Joshan kabir He Whose glory the thunder proclaims. O He Who judges and against Whom no judgement is passed. O Pardoner, O Forgiver. O Guardian of good deeds. O Lord of forest and desert. O He Whom everything glorifies with praise.
O Benign Who is invisible. O He, Who stands between man and his heart.
O Hearer of complaints. O Aider of those who call.
O Most vigilant of invigilators. O Merciful to those who weep. O Guide in my perplexity. O Best tester of trials. O Lord of the Mashair of Mecca. O Joshan kabir in my ease. O Best of those who are liked. O Master of great strength. joshan kabir
O Master of mercy and satisfaction. O Provider of sustenance to the poor. O Eternal in His sovereignty.
O Merciful One towards he on whom no one has mercy. O He, Who is the King without any censure. Joshan kabir Best of listeners. O He, with Whom is the Original Book. O Friend of the forsaken. O He, the path leading to Whom is clear for the repentant. O Knower of attributes. O Resurrector of creatures. O He-great is His praise. O Illuminator, O Joshan kabir.
O Acceptor, O Perfect. O He to Whom joshan kabir owes its existence. O He, Who holds all pride and eminence.
O Lord of joshan kabir is lawful and what is proscribed. O He, Joshan kabir is quick to reckon. O Just, O Dominant. O He, Whose praise is the pride of the praiser. O Master and not the slave. O Most gracious and obliging. O He, Who is the oabir doer of whatever He wills.