Place your head, knees and hands on the floor. While “sujood” (prostration) make sure that your forehead and nose touch the ground. This is the position called “sajdah.” When you are positioned fully, say Subhanna Rabbiyal A’laa (Glorious is my Lord, the most High) three times.
Everyone must have heard the phrase ‘Allahu Akbar’. It is known as takbeer and it means ‘Allah is the Greatest’. This phrase is repeated frequently during the Salah . The first takbeer is accompanied by raising of hands, and both arms are folded.
You can pray in any language, in any time and place. Prayer is not always supposed to be formal. In those prayer you have to recite verses from the Quran , which must be memorized and recited in Arabic. Other than reciting verses of the Quran , almost all other prayers can be done with any language.
This saying is known as Tasbih (تَسْبِيح). 33 repetitions of al-ḥamdu lillāh i (ٱلْحَمْدُ لِلَّٰهِ), meaning “All praise is due to God.”. This saying is known as Tahmid (تَحْمِيد).
‘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 .
Salat is the obligatory Muslim prayers, performed five times each day by Muslims . It is the second Pillar of Islam . God ordered Muslims to pray at five set times of day: Salat al-fajr: dawn, before sunrise.
According to Islamic law the five ritual prayers are obligatory upon every sane and pubescent Muslim man and woman, and should be performed within their prescribed time periods. The five ritual prayers are prescribed in the Qur’an, but it is the hadiths that specify their times.
: Islamic worship or prayer.
If the worshipper can say du’aa’ well in Arabic, it is not permissible for him to make du’aa’ in any other language. With regard to making du’aa’ in languages other than Arabic outside of prayer, there is nothing wrong with that, especially if that will make the worshipper more focused in his du’aa’.
Short answer is YES. Reading the Quran in Classical Arabic will not magically make you understand it’s contents. Reading an English translation can never be a substitute for reading Qur’an in Arabic. The one who reads Qur’an in the language it was revealed will rewarded a great deal, Insha’Allah.
Short Answer: Translations are fine , but they can only ever give an approximation of what the original author intended. You are free to read translations of the meaning of the Quran , remembering that the words of Allah were revealed in Arabic. You should not feel downcast or guilty that you don’t know Arabic.
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.
Yes, you can use recite Quran from your Memory, Mushaf (Book), Phone or Tablet. You can use a stand in front of you and move it to your left before Ruku’ or put the phone on the side table. You can also recite after a Quran audio file (you have to recite after him).
The hearts find rest in Allah’s remembrance!” Muhammad said, ‘The best [ dhikr ] is lā ʾilāha ʾillā -llāhu (“There is no deity but God”), and the best supplicatory prayer is ʾalḥamdu lillāhi (“All praise is due to God”).