Dua During Ruku (bowing down in prayer)

Dua During Ruku (Bowing Down In Prayer) In Arabic -1

سُبْحَانَ رَبِّيَ الْعَظِيمِ

 

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Dua During Ruku (Bowing Down In Prayer) In English Transcription-1

Subhaana Rabbiyal-‘Adheem

Dua During Ruku (Bowing Down In Prayer) In English -1

Glory to my Lord the Exalted.

At-Tirmidhi 1:83

Dua During Ruku (Bowing Down In Prayer) In Arabic -2

سُبْحَانَكَ اللَّهُمَّ رَبَّنَا وَبِحَمْدِكَ اللَّهُمَّ اغْفِرْ لِي

Dua During Ruku (Bowing Down In Prayer) In English Transcription-2

Subhaanaka Allaahumma Rabbanaa wa bihamdika Allaahum-maghfir lee

Dua During Ruku (Bowing Down In Prayer) In English -2

Glory is to You , O Allah , our Lord , and praise is Yours . O Allah , forgive me.

Al-Bukhari: 794, 817, 4293 An-Nasa’i: 1048

Dua During Ruku (Bowing Down In Prayer) In Arabic-3

سُبُّوحٌ، قُدُوسٌ، رَبُّ الْمَلَائِكَةِ وَالرُّوحِ

Dua During Ruku (Bowing Down In Prayer) In English Transcription -3

Subboohun, Quddoosun, Rabbul-malaa’ikati warrooh

Dua During Ruku (Bowing Down In Prayer) In English -3

Glory (to You) , Most Holy (are You) , Lord of the angels and the Spirit

Abu Dawud: 872, An-Nasa’i: 1049

Dua During Ruku (Bowing Down In Prayer) In Arabic -4

اللَّهُمَّ لَكَ رَكَعْتُ، وَبِكَ آمَنْتُ، وَلَكَ أَسْلَمْتُ خَشَعَ لَكَ سَمْعِي، وَبَصَرِي وَمُخِّي، وَعَظْمِي، وَعَصَبِي، وَمَا اسْتَقَلَّ بِهِ قَدَمِي

Dua During Ruku (Bowing Down In Prayer) In English Transcription-4

Allaahumma laka raka’tu, wa bika ‘aamantu, wa laka ‘aslamtu khasha’a laka sam’ee, wa basaree, wa mukhkhee, wa ‘adhmee, wa ‘asabee, wa mastaqalla bihi qadamee

Dua During Ruku (Bowing Down In Prayer) In English -4

O Allah! to You I bow (in prayer) and in You I believe and to You I have submitted. Before You my hearing is humbled, as is my sight, my mind, my bones, my nerves and what my feet have mounted upon (for travel)

.Muslim 1:534

Dua During Ruku (Bowing Down In Prayer) In Arabic -5

سُبْحَانَ ذِي الْجَبَرُوتِ، وَالْمَلَكُوتِ، وَالْكِبْرِيَاءِ، وَالْعَظَمَةِ

Dua During Ruku (Bowing Down In Prayer) In English Transcription-5

Subhaana thil-jabarooti, walmalakooti, walkibriyaa’i, wal’adhamati

Dua During Ruku (Bowing Down In Prayer) In English-5

Glory is to You, Master of power, of dominion, of majesty and greatness.

An-Nasa’i: 1133

How to perform daily Islamic prayers ?

Five times a day, Muslims prostrate themselves before Allah during the scheduled prayers. If you learn to pray or are just curious about what Muslims do during prayer, follow these general instructions. For more specific tips, online prayer tutorials help you understand how this is done.

Formal personal prayers can be made between a daily prayer start and the beginning of the next prayer. If Arabic is not your mother tongue, learn the meanings in your language while trying to practice it. If possible, praying with other Muslims can help you learn how to do it properly.

A Muslim must pray with sincere intention to perform the prayer with all his attention and devotion. One must perform the prayer with a clean body after performing proper ablutions, and it is important to perform the prayer in a clean place. A prayer mat is optional, but most Muslims prefer to use one and many carry one with them on their travels.

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Appropriate procedure for daily Islamic prayers:

1-Make sure your body and place of prayer are clean. Perform ablutions if necessary to clean you of dirt and impurities. Form a mental intention to fulfill your obligatory prayer with sincerity and devotion. Stand up, raise your hands in the air and say “Allahu Akbar” (God is the greates-While standing, cross your hands on the chest and recite the first chapter of the Quran in Arabic. Then you can recite all the other verses of the Qur’an that speak to you3- Raise your hands again and say “Allahu Akbar” once more. Bow, then recite three times, “Adhemal Rabbiyal Subhana” (Glory to my almighty Lord) 4-  Rise up by reciting “Sam’i Allahu liman hamidah, Rabbana wa lakal hamd” (God hears those who call on him, our Lord, may our praise be yours)   5-Raise your hands saying “Allahu Akbar” once again. Prostrate on the ground reciting three times “Subhana Rabbiyal A’ala” (Glory to my Lord, the Most High). Stand up and recite “Allahu Akbar”. Prostrate again the same way. 7-  Stand up and say “Allahu Akbar.” This concludes a rak’a (cycle or unit of prayer). Repeat from step 3 for the second rak’a  8- After two complete rak’as (steps 1 to 8), stay seated after the prostration and recite the first part of the Tashahhud in Arabic.
 9-  If the prayer is to last longer than these two rak’as, you get up now and start again to finish the prayer, and you sit down again after all the rak’as have been completed.

10-  Recite the second part of Tashahhud in Arabic.

11- Turn right and say “Assalamu alaikum wa rahmatullah” (peace be upon you and God’s blessing).


  12-  Turn left and repeat the greeting. This concludes the formal prayer.

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