Six Kalms of Islam in English, Urdu & Arabic
There are six Kalmas in Islam. Learn and memorize Six Kalmas with English and Urdu translation. Six Kalmas of Islama are as follows.
Kalma Tayyaba | Pehla Kalma
There is no God besides Allah and Muhammad (PBUH) is the Prophet of Allah.
Kalma Shahadat | Dosra Kalma
I bear witness that none is worthy of worthy but Allah, the one alone, without partner, and I bear witness that Muhammad (PBUH) is his beloved and Messenger.
Kalma Tamjeed | Tesra Kalma
Glory be to Allah and praise to Allah, and there is none worthy of worship but Allah and Allah is the Greatest. And there is no might or power expect with Allah, the Exalted the Great one.
Kalma Toheed | Chotha Kalma
There is none worthy of Worship expect Allah. He is only one (There are) no partner for him. For his in the Kingdom. And for him is the praise. He gives lives and causes death. And he is Alive. He is Eternal. Possessor of Magesty and reverence. In his hand is the goodness. And He is the goodness. And He is on everything Powerful.
Kalma Astagfar | Panchwan Kalma
I seek forgiveness from Allah, my Lord, from every sin. I committed knowingly or unknowingly, secretly or openly and I turn towards Him from the sin that I know and from the sin I do not know. Certainly you, You (are) the knower of hidden things and the concealer (of) the mistakes and the forgiver (of) the sins. And (there is) no power and no strength expect from Allah, the Most High & Most great.
Kalma Radde Kufar | Chata Kalma
“O Allah! I seek protection in you from that I should not join partner with you knowingly. I seek your forgiveness that which I don’t know. I repent from it (ignorance) I free myself from disbelief and joining partners with you and from all sins. I submit to your will I believe and I declare: There is none worthy of worship besides Allah and with Him Muhammad (PBUH) is His Messenger.
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It emphasizes that no one other than Allah is worthy of worship. It is the first pillar of Islam and it signifies the monotheism which is the essence of Islam.