Hold the misbaha between your thumb and index finger and feed it through your fingers each time you repeat “Alhamdulillah” aloud or in your mind. Do this 33 times until your fingers meet the next divider bead . “Alhamdulillah” means “all thanks and praises be to Allah” and it’s a common prayer to express gratitude.
Glorified is God and by His praise. Glorified is my Lord, the Great, and by His praise. Glorified is my Lord, the Most High, and by His praise. There is no god except You, glorified are you!
Permissible yes but not a good idea. You ‘re essentially using a tasbeeh as a form of jewelry instead as used a way to perform dhikr. It’s akin to placing ayahs of Qur’aan on poster to hang on the wall.
Traditional malas are almost always worn on the right hand, wrapped around the wrist like a bracelet. If you are going to wear Mala beads , there are a few rules you should know about. For example, it is not appropriate for your beads , either necklaces or bracelets, to ever touch the ground.
Say : “Subhan’Allah, Alhamdulillah & Allahu Akbar” 33 times each after every prayer – Prophet Muhammad PBUH | © www.hashtaghijab.com.
‘Astaghfirullaaha Allaahumma ‘Antas-Salaamu wa minkas-salaamu, tabaarakta yaa Thal-Jalaali wal-‘Ikraam. I seek the forgiveness of Allah (three times) . O Allah, You are Peace and from You comes peace .
It is not necessary to be in a state of wudu to engage in dhikr, or to recite one’s daily litanies. It is, however, recommended to do so, such that one is in the best of states. However, it is preferable to have set times to do it, so that one is able to regulate one’s time and litany effectively.
There is no need to make wudu before dua or dhikr . You can do these at all times, including times when one cannot perform salah.
In the last raka’ah, one remains sitting and recites the tashahhud, and then performs the taslim by turning the head to the right and saying , as-salamu alaikum wa rahmatu Allah wa barakatuh (“may the peace, mercy, and blessings of Allah be upon you “), and then turning the head to the left and repeating the blessing to
Istighfar opens the door of sustenance. Istighfar opens the door of mercy. Istighfar opens the door of knowledge. When you feel that sadness within you , when you are disturbed and frustrated, when anxiety surrounds you , say “Astaghfirullah” “Astaghfirullah”…
Surah Ikhlas, Surah al-Falaaq, and Surah al-Nas – Recite these after every fardh prayer (one time each after dhuhr , ‘asr, and isha , and three times each after fajr and maghrib). I also know of a hadith that the Prophet SAW would recite these three times each immediately before going to bed.
Concluding here, this prayer was practiced by Imam Abdullah ibn Al-Mubarak [181H] and based on the numerous reports collected the scholars past and present have said this hadith is authentic. Ibn As- Salah said this prayer is a Sunnah and not a Bid’ah and can be offered sometimes in a congregation.
Blue beads which contain an “evil eye” symbol are used in similar superstitious ways that have no basis in Islam . Prayer beads are also often carried by performers who swing them around during traditional dances. These are cultural practices with no basis in Islam .
Dhikr consists of repeating Allah’s name as a form of remembrance. The most common dhikr involves repeating “Subhanallah” and “Alhamdulillah” 33 times each and “Allahu akbar” 34 times. You can perform dhikr aloud or silently, and keep track of your recitations by using your hand or a string of prayer beads.