Friday, September 24, 2010

Baraka Allahu Lakuma

Baraka Allahu Lakuma

By: Maher Zain

We’re here on this special day
Our hearts are full of pleasure
A day that brings the two of you
Close together
We’re gathered here to celebrate
A moment you’ll always treasure
We ask Allah to make your love
Last forever

Let’s raise our hands and make Du’a
Like the Prophet taught us
And with one voice
Let’s all say, say, say

بارك الله لكما وبارك عليكما
وجمع بينكما في خير
بارك الله لكما وبارك عليكما
وجمع بينكما في خير

Baraka Allahu Lakuma wa Baraka alikuma (God bless you both and bless you both)
Wa jamaah baina kuma fee khair. (And get the best collection)
Barakallah hu lakuma wa baraka alikuma (God bless you both and bless you both)
Wa jamaah baina kuma fii khair. (And get the best collection)

From now you’ll share all your chores
Through heart-ship to support each other
Together worshipping Allah
Seeking His pleasure

We pray that He will fill your life
With happiness and blessings
And grants your kids who make your home
Filled with laughter

Let’s raise our hands and make Dua
Like the Prophet taught us
And with one voice
Let’s all say, say, say

بارك الله لكما وبارك عليكما
وجمع بينكما في خير

Baraka Allahu Lakuma wa Baraka alikuma
Wa jamaah baina kuma fee khair.
Barakallah hu lakuma wa baraka alikuma
Wa jamaah baina kuma fii khair.


*بارك الله
بارك الله لكم ولنا

الله بارك لهما
الله أدم حبهما
الله صلّي وسلّم على رسول الله

الله تب علينا
الله ارض عنا
الله اهد خطانا
على سنة نبينا

*(God bless
God bless you and us

God bless them
God love Adam
God's blessings and peace upon the Messenger of Allah

God has welcomed us
About us God's land
God, guide our steps
The year of our Prophet)

Let’s raise our hands and make Du’a
Like the Prophet taught us
And with one voice
Let’s all say, say, say

بارك الله لكما وبارك عليكما
Barakallahu Lakuma wa Baraka alikuma


p.s: the translation is done by using Google translator, so it may not be so accurate.

4 comments:

RAMESH said...

hi
can you tell me "lakuma" meaning in this line

"Baraka Allahu Lakuma wa Baraka alikuma"

plz

Musafir Melayu said...

it means "you both"

LittleMissNiqabi said...

Salaams, what does.. "Baraka Allahu Lakuma wa Baraka alikumaWa jamaah baina kuma fee khair" Mean?

Musafir Melayu said...

Salam, it means:
May Allah bless your marriage and keep you both united.

source: http://www.proz.com/kudoz/english_to_arabic/general_conversation_greetings_letters/3261782-how_do_you_congratulate_a_newly_wed_couple_in_arabic.html

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