I was trying to find a reference for the famous du’a that is recited after the adhan. I have heard that only part of the du’a is in Sahih Bukhari. Please provide the reference for the entire du’a.
The popular wording of the du’a in question is a follows:
Allahumma Rabba hadhi hid da’watit tammah was salatil qa-imah ati Muhammadanil wasilata wal fadilah, wab ‘ath hu maqamam mahmuda nil-ladhi wa’adtahu innaka la tukhliful mi’ad
The words found in the narration of Sahih Bukhari, (Hadith: 614) are same as the above, besides the highlighted part which is in Sunanul Kubra of Bayhaqi (vol.1 pg.410) with the same chain as in Bukhari. That completes the full du’ a.
There is no harm in reciting it as one full du’ a.
And Allah Ta’ala Knows best,
Answered by: Moulana Muhammad Abasoomar
Checked by: Moulana Haroon Abasoomar