Beautiful Sunnats of Prophet Muhammad (SAW) - Page 18

4. To announce the Nikah. (Miskaat Vol.2, pg.272)
5. It is also Sunnat to fix the amount of Mehr (dowry) according to one’s means. (Miskaat Vol.2, pg.272)
6. On the first night when one is in seclusion with one’s wife, one should take hold of the forehead and recite this dua:
Allahumma inni asaluka khairaha wakaira ma jabaltaha alaihi waouzubika min sharriha washarri ma jabaltaha alaih - (Abu Dawood, Ibne Majah)
O Allah, I ask you for the good that is in her and the benefits of her good habits and character. I seek your protection from the harms of her evil habits and character.
7. When intending to copulate with one’s wife, recite this dua: If he has children then shaytaan will not be able to overpower them and will not be able to harm them.
Bismillah – Allahumma jinnib nash shaitana wajannibish shaitana ma razaqtana - (Bukhari Vol.2, pg. 776, Abu Dawood, Ibne Majah)
I commence this act in the name of Allah. O Allah, protect us from Shaytaan and keep shaytaan away from that child that you will grant us. The child that will be born after this dua has been recited will be safeguarded from the harm of shaytaan.
1. After the first night, to invite one’s friends, relatives, family and the poor for the Walimah is Sunnat. It is not necessary to prepare a great amount of food. A little food prepared according to one’s means and feed a few relatives or friends will suffice in fulfilling the Sunnat. The worst Walimah is that Walimah where only the rich and the irreligious are invited and the poor, destitute and the pious are left out. One should avoid attending such Walimah. (Bukhari Vol.2, pg. 778)
When hosting a Walimah make the intention of fulfilling the Sunnat. Invite the poor, destitute and the pious. One may invite from the rich whomsoever one wishes while ensuring that the poor are not left out. There is no reward for that Walimah which is hosted for show or to impress people. Instead, it is feared that such a Walimah will invite the wrath and displeasure of Allah Ta’ala.
1. To give azaan in the right ear and Iqaamah in the left ear after the child is born. (Tirmidhi chapter‐‐ Vol.1, Alaikum Bisunnati, Abu Dawood, pg. 340)
2. To give a suitable name to the child on the seventh day. (Abu Dawood)
3. To make aqeeqah on the seventh day. (Abu Dawood) If it cannot be done on the seventh day, it should be done on the fourteenth or the 21st day.

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