Tasbih, sometimes called "God's praise" is an Islamic tasbih that reciting the name of God, Allah, and/or the religion Islam. Tasbih is usually recited by reciting the name of Allah; it is usually recited in a mosque or at a prayer.
Tasbih, sometimes called "God's praise" is an Islamic tasbih that reciting the name of God, Allah, and/or the religion Islam. Tasbih is usually recited by reciting the name of Allah; it is usually recited in a mosque or at a prayer. The act of reciting this verse is considered extremely auspicious by Muslims and is done for various purposes such as in weddings, funerals, and others. The act of reciting the verse is also seen as a blessing and is commonly recited by a group of people or praying to one person. Recitation is done with the help of special prayer tasbih beads.
Taweez or tasbih is one of the two prayer sessions (dahi sharr) that are performed during the morning Prayer in a masjid. The other is called Fardaw or Quraish. In the farad, the entire congregation / group of worshipers are gathered around a pre-determined prayer table (maktab). They are then given different Islamic religious articles or weapons like prayer rugs, prayer beads, and Islamic necklaces and bracelets. Weapons are also distributed to each group of worshipers. During taweez, all of those in attendance repeat the word "taabi" three times (sugar) in front of all other Muslims present, reciting it silently in their minds.
This tasbih is one of the important prayer sessions (dahi sharr) that are recited by both Muslims and non-muslims in a mosque. It is also one of the two prayer sessions that are preformed by imams. The other is Fardaw. In both tasbih, Muslims repeat the word "taabi" (instrument of worship) to each other and non- Muslims all over the world as they carry out the sharia law (law of God).
Taweez or tasbih means 'prayer' in Arabic. It is considered to be an important prayer session because it is recited in front of all believers. It is one of two Islamic prayers (dahi sharr) that are performed by the imams in a masjid. In both prayer sessions, the supreme Allah (Allah subhan alaiheel) is being mentioned and recited by the mosques. It is one of the two Islamic prayers (dahi sharr) that are compulsory for every Muslim.
One of the attributes of tasbih is that it strengthens the ties between a believer and his religion. It is said that when a person recites tasbih three times in a congregation of people who believe in the same religion, then he will be connected with them mentally and emotionally. Each time a person recites tasbih, the bond between him and his religion grows stronger. It is a strong relationship that helps a believer to be steadfast and loyal to his beliefs.
Tasbih is usually recited by imams in a masjid. However, it can also be recited by Muslims anywhere in the world. It is also commonly used as a prayer in schools and colleges in Arab countries. Tasbih is written in the Urdu language and is often used in place of qasida, salih, Islamic Arabic and halal.
Tasbih is an important prayer because it is recited before the departure from Hajj or Fasting and is used to commemorate the martyrdom of Husain bin Ishmael, the grandfather of Islam. Another important function of tasbih is to help establish bonds between a believer and his religion. Since tasbih is written in Arabic, it is used to introduce Muslims to each other. Tasbih is often used as a guide to learning the Islamic religion. This is because many scholars consider tasbih the best text for beginners to learn about the fundamentals of Islam.
Recitation of tasbih is essential to Islam. In fact, it is considered as a must prayer for Muslims. Muslims who follow the Sunnah of their beloved Prophet (SAW), are required to recite tasbih twenty-four times daily. The great thing about tasbih is that it is one of the easiest prayer to memorize and therefore is recited by Muslims from all over the world including India.