Dua Talbiyah In Arabic
لَبَّيْكَ اللَّهُمَّ لَبَّيْكَ، لَبَّيْكَ لَا شَرِيكَ لَكَ لَبَّيْكَ، انَّالْحَمْدَ، وَالنِّعْمَةَ، لَكَ وَالْمُلْكَ، لا شَرِيكَ لَكَ
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Dua Talbiyah In English Transcription
Labbayk Allaahumma labbayk, labbayk laa shareeka laka labbayk, ‘innal-hamda, wanni’mata, laka walmulk, laa shareeka laka.
Dua Talbiyah In English
Ever at Your service, O Allah, every at Your service. Ever at Your Service, You have no partner, ever at Your service. Verily all praise, blessings and dominions are Yours. You have no partner.
“Labbayk Allaahumma labbayk” – what does this mean?
“Labbayka Allaahumma Labbayk, labbayka laa shareeka laka labbayk. Inna al-hamd wa’l-ni’mata laka wa’l-mulk, laa shareeka lak (Here I am, O Allah, I am here, I am not a partner, I am here.) In truth, praise and blessings you belong and all the sovereignty, you have no partner). ” It is the Talbiyah recited by the pilgrim who does Hajj and Umrah.
What is his meaning and what is his interest?
Praise be to Allaah.
The Hajj is the symbol of Tawheed (Unity of Allah) from the first moment the pilgrim enters Ihraam. Jaabir ibn ‘Abd-Allaah said in describing the Hajj of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him): “He then profited to say the words of Tawheed, Labbayka Allaahumma labbayk, labbayka laa shareeka laka labbayk. Inna al-hamd wa’l-ni’mata laka wa’l-mulk, laa shareeka lak (Here I am, O Allah, I am here, I am not a partner, I am here.) In truth, praise and blessings you belong and you grant all your sovereignty, you have no partner)
”. Anas said, describing how the Apostle of Allah (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) subsequently entered, he said:
“Labbayka ‘Umrata laa riyaa’a fiha wa sum’ah (Here I am for ‘Umrah does not show or seek reputation). ” This causes the soul to recognize the uniqueness of Allah and to be sincere to Him.
The pilgrim begins his pilgrimage with Tawheed and continues reciting the Talbiyah with his words of Tawheed. He goes from one action to another with Tawheed.
Talbiyah has a number of meanings, such as:
1. “Labbayka Allaahumma labbayk (Here I am, O Allah, here I am)” is one answer after another, which is repeated to show that the answer is lasting and continuous.
2. “Labbayka Allaahumma labbayk (Here I am, O Allah, here I am)” means, I submit and submit again, that is, submissions in progress.
3. It may mean staying in the same place (labba bi’l-makaan) and clinging to it, which means that I persist in obeying you, emphasizing the sense of continued servitude to Allah.
4. One of the meanings of the Talbiyah is the confirmation of the love of Allah. There is an Arabic expression imraah labbah (a loving woman) that refers to a woman who loves her child. It only says “Labbayk (Here I am at your service)” to a person we love and respect.
5.It implies sincerity, as in the phrase Lubyb al-shay ‘which signifies the essence of a thing, and Luub al-rajul which signifies the mind and heart of a man.
6.It implies getting closer, as in the word ilbaab, which means to bring closer, so it emphasizes the meaning of seeking to come closer and closer to Allah.
7. It is a symbol of the Tawheed of the religion of Ibraahem, which is the spirit and purpose of the Hajj, or even the spirit and purpose of all acts of worship. Therefore, the Talbiyah is the key to this act of worship in which the pilgrim embarks.
Talbiyah also includes:
The praise of Allah, which is the most expensive thing with which a person can approach Allah.
This implies the recognition of Allah’s blessings, for he is the source of all blessings and the one who bestows them.
And this includes the recognition that all sovereignty belongs to Allah alone and no one else has a real empire.
See Mukhtasar Tahdheeb al-Sunan, of Ibn al-Qayyim, 2 / 335-339 When the pilgrim recites the Talbiyah, he feels a bond with all other created beings, who all join him to submit to Allah alone and echo his Talbiya.
The Messenger (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “No Muslim recites the Talbiyah, but everything on his right and left is made up of stones, rocks and clods, which he recites with the largest east and west “- meaning on his right and on his left. Reported by al-Tirmidhi, 828; also by Ibn Khuzaymah and al-Bayhaqi with a saheeh isnaad.