Tasbih means 'To praise God'. This is one of the three pillars of Islam, known as Maqdus. It should be recited each day in mosques and Islamic homes. This is also referred to as Salah. In Islamic societies, Tasbih has been a way to draw close to our beloved Prophet Muhammad (SAW), through daily recitation of these hymns.
TASBih is also called Salah or Dajjal, which is originally from Arabic. Taweez means "reciting or saying God's praise". It has the same meaning and function as Salah. The only difference is that tasbih here is recited by Muslims, not by non-Muslims.As with Salah, tasbih has a set number of rounds of recitation of this verse. A pre-determined number of tasbih should be said in each prayer, called a subhuman. Each mosque will have its own set of rules for tasbih, so it is best to enquire at your local mosque how many rounds of tasbeeh beads are used in each prayer. Once you understand how this is done, you will feel much more at ease when praying.
There are many different ways to perform tasbih. You could make your own tasbih string by using several Arabic prayer beads or even using a few of Arabic prayer beads. However, we felt it best to use 99 beads in our string. This is because we felt that the effect would be more dramatic and therefore more impressive if the tasbih were recited with all Arabic prayer beads. If you use any other tasbih, this one will stand out more.
When you get ready to say tasbih, say the following prayer before you strum the string: Allahumma al-Kursi wall-hra sharika al-Nasri, home Allah. This phrase, translated literally, means: "O Allah, grant me your strength and help, and may you give your peace and accept my weakness." This prayer is repeated after every round of tasbih and even before performing the prayer. You can choose any order of recitation you like. Some people say the name of Allah while others recite the entire phrase. The important thing is that you say tasbih in a clear voice, with no irregularities.
It's important not to talk while you are saying tasbih, for it will not be in anyone's best interest to try to interfere. Instead, close your eyes and just hum the tasbih prayer silently, following the rhythm of the Arabic language. Repeat the tasbih at least 34 times allahu Akbar.
In addition to saying tasbih silently, practicing it with an imitating recitation of prayer is also a great way to memorize it. Muslims have several ways of reciting their favorite Allah-inspired words, but Muslims always choose the easiest to memorize. reciting prayer beads in Arabic is easy because there are no irregularities in the pronunciation of letters or the rhythm of the sound. When doing so, is similar to hearing an Arabic song. For that reason, it is easier for an aspiring Muslim to memorize the tasbih after seeing it being repeated repeatedly by an expert.
Furthermore, it is also recommended to recite tasbih before and after every prayer. This means that a Muslim must be regular in performing tasbih, otherwise, it would be difficult for him to memorize his favorite saying. Another recommendation is to recite tasbih while walking, in addition to standing or sitting. Reciting tasbih while walking or sitting will allow the reciter to focus on the motion of walking, which is more relaxing than speaking. Furthermore, the saying will be coming straight to your mind, and you won't need to consciously remember what you are reciting.
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