10 Times When Duas Are Always Accepted – Best Times To Make Dua

10 Times When Our Duas Are Always Accepted - Best Times To Make Dua

Duas are very important for everyone in this world. Duas can make the impossible, possible. Here are the ten best times to make dua.

Many Muslims often ask why their Duas are not getting accepted or heard. First things first, Allah hears all of your prayers, he never lets any single player go to waste, and not come to the other side which requires dedication and all of your attention. These are the 10 times that are very authentic and have been linked to Hadiths to prove the authenticity of these times.

These are optimal times that can make wonder happen. Below you will find the 10 best times to make duas;

1. In the last third of the night.

  • Source: Found in Sahih Al-Bukhari.

Tahajjud or just before dawn is an essential time for one to pray. The tranquility of the night can help you connect with Allah and make a dua. This practice is supported by a Hadis in Sahih Al-Bukhari.

2. During your Sujood.

  • Sujood also is known as Prostration, Source: Found in Sahih Al-Bukhari.

When you perform the sujood, the act of prostration during your prayers, your head touches the ground in submission to Allah. This humble position is an excellent moment to pour out your heart and make dua. Just as with the last third of the night, this practice is also found in Sahih Al-Bukhari.

3. Between the Adhan and Iqamah

  • Source: Ahmad, Abu Dawood, and Tirmidhi.

The transition between the Adhan, the call to prayer, and the Iqamah, the commencement of the actual prayer, is a special time for making dua. It’s a brief window of opportunity when you can earnestly pray for your needs. This practice is mentioned in reliable Islamic sources like Ahmad, Abu Dawood, and Tirmidhi.

4. At the end of obligatory prayers

  • Source: Tirmidhi.

After you have completed your obligatory prayers, it’s a recommended time to make dua. The post-prayer moments are a time of spiritual closeness to Allah, and your supplications during this time are often accepted. This practice is documented in Tirmidhi.

5. When it’s Raining

  • Source: Abu Dawood and Ibn Majah.

Rain is a sign of Allah’s blessings and mercy. When you witness rainfall, it’s a great time to make dua, as it’s a moment when your prayers are more likely to be accepted. This practice is supported by authentic sources like Abu Dawood and Ibn Majah.

6. While Traveling

  • Source: Bayhaqi, Tirmidhi, and Sahih Al-Bukhari.

Traveling is a time to make dua for safety, guidance, and blessing of oneself. This is proven as per the hadith of Bukhari.

7. When breaking your Fast

  • Source: Tirmidhi.

At the moment of iftar, when you break your fast during Ramadan, your prayers carry special significance. After a day of fasting, your heart is filled with gratitude, making it an ideal time to make dua for your needs. This practice is documented in Tirmidhi.

8. After sending blessings on Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)

  • Source: Bayhaqi and Tirmidhi.

Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him), is loved by all Muslims. Reciting durood sharif is an important part of every muslim’s life. After reciting durood one can make dua to get not only blessings but worldly wishes as well.

9. On the day of ‘Arafah

  • Source: Tirmidhi.

The day of ‘Arafah is a significant day during the Hajj pilgrimage. However, even if you’re not on Hajj, this day holds special importance for making dua. It’s a time when Muslims seek forgiveness and supplicate fervently. This practice is mentioned in Tirmidhi.

10. When one is Visiting a Sick Person

  • Source: Tirmidhi.

When you visit someone who is unwell, your sincere prayers can bring comfort and healing. Your presence and heartfelt supplications can provide solace to the sick, and it’s a virtuous act of kindness. This practice is also documented in Tirmidhi.


Allah loves all of us, and he listens to all of our worries, sadness, and all the things that are the cause of anxiety and stress in our lives. We have to put a firm belief in him and keep the faith in him more vital to make wonder happen.

Our Beloved Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) has also taught the way to make prayer, and the sole emphasis was to make dua calmly, and with all of the heart with tears involved in it, this will help make duas come true if the dua is valid. Spread the world.

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