Importance Of Dhikr And Tasbih
Tasbih has two definitions in Arabic which are: One who believes and respects God, and the other who seeks God's favor for his own affairs. In Islamic terms, tasbih means to praise and honor God. The action of tasbih was originated during the time of prophet Mu'azzam in the seventh century. This is a type of religious worship which strengthens one's relationship with God.
Taskingadh is a repetitive prayer. This is one of the five pillars of Islam. It consists of putting the hands in the prayer posture and saying; Allahumma al-kaam. In order to make tasbih, people must follow certain rules. Firstly, they must repeat the word Allahumma al-kaam twenty-three times; however, they must not count the number nor consult a clock, a ring or a handkerchief. If they do, then they are not true Muslims.
The second rule in tasbih is to say the word Allahumma twenty-three times before rising early in the morning. When doing tasbih prayer, Muslims should always face the Qiblat (east). The Qiblat is considered to be the east facing wall of the mosque. Furthermore, when doing tasbih, the leader should not hold the head with both hands.
An Arabic poem is often used as prayer tasbeeh in the mosques. This poem is known as the khayyum or masnawi. In this poem, the poet writes about how religion and belief changes people's lives for the better. In Arabic literature, the poem is usually written in a rhyming couplet.
The third rule in tasbih is to read the shahada or dhikr after finishing the morning prayer. The hike is an Arabic letter that describes the duties, responsibilities, worship and beliefs of a Muslim. It is also often repeated during the salaam, or prayers.
Islamic prayer beads are used as tasbih prayer beads. Muslim prayer beads are circular or square in shape and are worn by both sexes in all kinds of Islamic clothing. Rosaries are used as well. Rosaries are large round stones usually made from black granite or ivory that has been decorated with beautiful Arabic writing and designs. They are often accompanied with ornamental motifs from India, Malaysia and Indonesia.
Another way to recite tasbih (dhiyakhir) is to make a list of things or events that will occur for you, your family, friends and loved ones on the day of Judgment Day. You can then begin reciting the verses from the hadith. The hadith can be found in the Arabic language or it can be translated in many Arabic languages so that everyone who reads it will have the same meaning. There is an ayah (verse) from the Islamic books of hadith and it reads as follows: "O mankind, the earth is God's temple and Allah is the only One who is worshiped. Whoever knows his duties will receive the pleasures of this world, and whoever does not know his duties will never receive the pleasures of the Hereafter."
Muslims around the world recite tasbih as a way of showing their respect to their beloved Prophet Muhammad (SAW), to Islam and to the entire religion. Recitation of tasbi has a great impact on the heart and mind of a person making them go deep within and achieve tranquility and inner satisfaction. This is also a way of showing respect to the religious beliefs of a person and to pray to Allah in behalf of all people worldwide. Since Muslims are always reminded about the day of Judgment Day, they recite tasbih in order to prepare themselves and their children for what is to come. Since dhikr is a way to establish peace and tranquility it has been especially given importance by the Muslims all over the world.