99 Names of Allah (Asma-ul-Husna)

And (all) the Most Beautiful Names belong to Allâh, so call on Him by them, and leave the company of those who belie or deny (or utter impious speech against) His Names. They will be requited for what they used to do.
(Surat Al-A’raf 7:180)

  • 1Ar-RahmaanThe Beneficentٱلْرَّحْمَـانُ
  • 2Ar-RaheemThe Mercifulٱلْرَّحِيْمُ
  • 3Al-MalikThe Eternal Lordٱلْمَلِكُ
  • 4Al-QuddusThe Most Sacredٱلْقُدُّوسُ
  • 5As-SalamThe Embodiment of Peaceٱلْسَّلَامُ
  • 6Al-Mu'minThe Infuser of Faithٱلْمُؤْمِنُ
  • 7Al-MuhayminThe Preserver of Safetyٱلْمُهَيْمِنُ
  • 8Al-AzizThe Mighty Oneٱلْعَزِيزُ
  • 9Al-JabbarThe Omnipotent Oneٱلْجَبَّارُ
  • 10Al-MutakabbirThe Dominant Oneٱلْمُتَكَبِّرُ
  • 11Al-KhaaliqThe Creatorٱلْخَالِقُ
  • 12Al-BaariThe Evolverٱلْبَارِئُ
  • 13Al-MusawwirThe Flawless Shaperٱلْمُصَوِّرُ
  • 14Al-GhaffaarThe Great Forgiverٱلْغَفَّارُ
  • 15Al-QahhaarThe All-Prevailingٱلْقَهَّارُ
  • 16Al-WahhabThe Supreme Bestowerٱلْوَهَّابُ
  • 17Ar-RazzaqThe Total Providerٱلْرَّزَّاقُ
  • 18Al-FattahThe Supreme Solverٱلْفَتَّاحُ
  • 19Al-AlimThe All-Knowingٱلْعَلِيمُ
  • 20Al-QaabidThe Restricting Oneٱلْقَابِضُ
  • 21Al-BaasitThe Extenderٱلْبَاسِطُ
  • 22Al-KhaafidThe Reducerٱلْخَافِضُ
  • 23Ar-RafiThe Elevating Oneٱلْرَّافِعُ
  • 24Al-Mu’izzThe Honourer-Bestowerٱلْمُعِزُّ
  • 25Al-MuzilThe Abaserٱلْمُذِلُّ
  • 26As-Sami’The All-Hearerٱلْسَّمِيعُ
  • 27Al-BaseerThe All-Seeingٱلْبَصِيرُ
  • 28Al-HakamThe Impartial Judgeٱلْحَكَمُ
  • 29Al-AdlThe Embodiment of Justiceٱلْعَدْلُ
  • 30Al-LateefThe Knower of Subtletiesٱلْلَّطِيفُ
  • 31Al-KhabeerThe All-Aware Oneٱلْخَبِيرُ
  • 32Al-HaleemThe Clementٱلْحَلِيمُ
  • 33Al-AzeemThe Magnificent Oneٱلْعَظِيمُ
  • 34Al-GhafoorThe Great Forgiverٱلْغَفُورُ
  • 35Ash-ShakoorThe Acknowledgingٱلْشَّكُورُ
  • 36Al-AliyyThe Sublimeٱلْعَلِيُّ
  • 37Al-KabeerThe Great Oneٱلْكَبِيرُ
  • 38Al-HafizThe Guarding Oneٱلْحَفِيظُ
  • 39Al-MuqeetThe Sustaining Oneٱلْمُقِيتُ
  • 40Al-HaseebThe Reckoning Oneٱلْحَسِيبُ
  • 41Al-JaleelThe Majestic Oneٱلْجَلِيلُ
  • 42Al-KareemThe Bountiful Oneٱلْكَرِيمُ
  • 43Ar-RaqeebThe Watchful Oneٱلْرَّقِيبُ
  • 44Al-MujeebThe Responding Oneٱلْمُجِيبُ
  • 45Al-Waasi’The All-Pervading Oneٱلْوَاسِعُ
  • 46Al-HakeemThe Wise Oneٱلْحَكِيمُ
  • 47Al-WadudThe Loving Oneٱلْوَدُودُ
  • 48Al-MajeedThe Glorious Oneٱلْمَجِيدُ
  • 49Al-Ba’ithThe Infuser of New Lifeٱلْبَاعِثُ
  • 50Ash-ShaheedThe All Observing Witnessٱلْشَّهِيدُ
  • 51Al-HaqqThe Embodiment of Truthٱلْحَقُّ
  • 52Al-WakeelThe Universal Trusteeٱلْوَكِيلُ
  • 53Al-QawwiyyThe Strong Oneٱلْقَوِيُّ
  • 54Al-MateenThe Firm Oneٱلْمَتِينُ
  • 55Al-WaliyyThe Protecting Associateٱلْوَلِيُّ
  • 56Al-HameedThe Sole-Laudable Oneٱلْحَمِيدُ
  • 57Al-MuhseeThe All-Enumerating Oneٱلْمُحْصِيُ
  • 58Al-MubdiThe Originatorٱلْمُبْدِئُ
  • 59Al-MueedThe Restorerٱلْمُعِيدُ
  • 60Al-MuhyiThe Maintainer of lifeٱلْمُحْيِى
  • 61Al-MumeetThe Inflictor of Deathٱلْمُمِيتُ
  • 62Al-HayyThe Eternally Living Oneٱلْحَىُّ
  • 63Al-QayyoomThe Self-Subsisting Oneٱلْقَيُّومُ
  • 64Al-WaajidThe Pointing Oneالْوَاجِدُ
  • 65Al-MaajidThe All-Noble Oneٱلْمَاجِدُ
  • 66Al-WaahidThe Only Oneالْوَاحِدُ
  • 67Al-AhadThe Sole Oneٱلْأَحَد
  • 68As-SamadThe Supreme Providerٱلْصَّمَدُ
  • 69Al-QaadirThe Omnipotent Oneٱلْقَادِرُ
  • 70Al-MuqtadirThe All Authoritative Oneٱلْمُقْتَدِرُ
  • 71Al-MuqaddimThe Expediting Oneٱلْمُقَدِّمُ
  • 72Al-Mu’akhkhirThe Procrastinatorٱلْمُؤَخِّرُ
  • 73Al-AwwalThe Very Firstٱلأَوَّلُ
  • 74Al-AkhirThe Infinite Last Oneٱلْآخِرُ
  • 75Az-ZaahirThe Perceptibleٱلْظَّاهِرُ
  • 76Al-BaatinThe Imperceptibleٱلْبَاطِنُ
  • 77Al-WaaliThe Holder of Supreme Authorityٱلْوَالِي
  • 78Al-Muta’aliThe Extremely Exalted Oneٱلْمُتَعَالِي
  • 79Al-BarrThe Fountain-Head of Truthٱلْبَرُّ
  • 80At-TawwaabThe Ever-Acceptor of Repentanceٱلْتَّوَّابُ
  • 81Al-MuntaqimThe Retaliatorٱلْمُنْتَقِمُ
  • 82Al-AfuwwThe Supreme Pardonerٱلْعَفُوُّ
  • 83Ar-Ra’oofThe Benign Oneٱلْرَّؤُفُ
  • 84Maalik-ul-MulkThe Eternal Possessor of Sovereigntyمَالِكُ ٱلْمُلْكُ
  • 85Zul-Jalaali-wal-IkramThe Possessor of Majesty and Honourذُو ٱلْجَلَالِ وَٱلْإِكْرَامُ
  • 86Al-MuqsitThe Just Oneٱلْمُقْسِطُ
  • 87Al-Jaami’The Assembler of Scattered Creationsٱلْجَامِعُ
  • 88Al-GhaniyyThe Self-Sufficient Oneٱلْغَنيُّ
  • 89Al-MughniThe Bestower of Sufficiencyٱلْمُغْنِيُّ
  • 90Al-Maani’The Preventerٱلْمَانِعُ
  • 91Ad-DaarrThe Distressorٱلْضَّارُ
  • 92An-Naafi’The Bestower of Benefitsٱلْنَّافِعُ
  • 93An-NoorThe Prime Lightٱلْنُّورُ
  • 94Al-HaadiThe Provider of Guidanceٱلْهَادِي
  • 95Al-Badi’The Unique Oneٱلْبَدِيعُ
  • 96Al-BaaqiThe Ever Surviving Oneٱلْبَاقِي
  • 97Al-WaarisThe Eternal Inheritorٱلْوَارِثُ
  • 98Ar-RasheedThe Guide to Path of Rectitudeٱلْرَّشِيدُ
  • 99As-SaboorThe Extensively Enduring Oneٱلْصَّبُورُ

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Frequently Asked Questions:

1: What are Asma ul Husna (the 99 Names of Allah)?

Asma ul Husna are the 99 beautiful names and attributes of Allah mentioned in the Quran and Hadith. They describe the various qualities and attributes of Allah.

2: Why are the 99 Names of Allah important in Islam?

The 99 Names of Allah are significant as they help believers understand and connect with Allah's attributes and characteristics. Reciting and understanding these names is a form of worship and supplication.

3: Is it permissible to name a child after one of the 99 Names of Allah?

While it is generally discouraged to name a human with the exact name of Allah, names that reflect the attributes of Allah (e.g., Rahman, Raheem) are permissible and common.

4: How are the 99 Names of Allah used in daily life and worship?

Muslims often recite and reflect upon the 99 Names of Allah in their daily prayers, supplications, and remembrance of Allah. Each name represents a specific attribute or quality of Allah.

5: Are there any specific times or occasions when the 99 Names of Allah are recited?

Muslims may recite the 99 Names of Allah during various occasions, including during the month of Ramadan, in times of supplication, and when seeking Allah's blessings and guidance.

6: What is the significance of memorizing the 99 Names of Allah?

Memorizing the 99 Names of Allah is considered a virtuous act in Islam. It helps believers deepen their understanding of Allah's attributes and enhances their spiritual connection.

7: Is there a specific order or sequence for reciting the 99 Names of Allah?

There is no specific order or sequence for reciting the 99 Names of Allah, and they can be recited in any order. Muslims often choose names that resonate with their current needs and intentions.

8: Are there any special prayers or supplications associated with the 99 Names of Allah?

There are various prayers and supplications that incorporate the 99 Names of Allah, such as the "Dua Asma ul Husna" (Supplication of the Beautiful Names of Allah), which seeks Allah's blessings through His names.

9: Can the 99 Names of Allah be used for seeking help or guidance in times of difficulty?

Yes, believers often turn to the 99 Names of Allah for seeking help, guidance, and solace in times of difficulty and adversity.

10: What is the spiritual significance of understanding and contemplating the 99 Names of Allah?

Understanding and contemplating the 99 Names of Allah can deepen one's faith, increase mindfulness of Allah, and foster a closer relationship with the Divine. It is a means of drawing closer to Allah in worship and devotion.

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