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The reward of Prayer is given to the servant in the form of the blessing of Paradise. Prayer is the meeting of the servant with the Lord.


The Prayer is the conversation of the servant with the Lord, the Prayer is the name of the conversation of the servant with the Lord, and the Prayer of the servant is the asking of the Lord. The Prayer is the name of the supplication of the servant before the Lord.

The servant sometimes prays to his Lord in the state of standing, sometimes he asks the Lord in the state of bowing, and sometimes in the state of prostration, he talks to him about secrets and needs. As soon as the servant enters the Prayer and says Allahu Akbar, he enters a new world.

When a Muslim goes into Ruku, he recites Tasbeeh, then when he goes to Sajdah, and then he recites Tasbeeh. Let us tell you briefly about these Tasbeeh.

Subhana Rabbiyal Azeem Meaning in English

Subhana Rabbiyal Azeem Meaning in English 

Subhana rabbiyal azeem, The Great. O my glorious Lord! So pure is pure. O my Lord! All greatness, all greatness is for you, then glory is the master, Lord, you are pure. The man, who does not bow down before anything in the world and creatures, bows down to the Lord only to the extent of prostration.

And man bows down to his Lord to the extent that it is the last limit of bowing down. Man comes to Ruku from Qiyam and then from Ruku to Sajdah. It is as if he were lying on the ground.

Subhana Rabbiyal Azeem Meaning in Urdu

Subhana Rabbiyal Azeem Meaning in Urdu

Subhana rabbiyal azeem meaning in Bengali

Subhana rabbiyal azeem meaning in Bengali

Subhana rabbiyal azeem meaning in Hindi

Subhana rabbiyal azeem meaning in Hindi

Subhana Rabbiyal a’la Meaning in English

Subhana Rabbiyal a’la Meaning in English

In the state of bowing, he cries out: O Allah, the Greatest. His speech starts with the word Subhan, Allah is pure, Allah is pure, and Allah is pure.

Then, the person goes into prostration and recites Tasbeeh: Subhana Rabbi Al Ala, the Most High. You are so pure, you are my Lord, You are the highest, there is no one higher than you, and there is no one higher than you.

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The Virtue of Prayer

Hazrat Abdullah ben Omar narrates that Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) said that Islam is based on five things: To bear witness to the oneness of God and to the fact that Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) is a servant of God and His Messenger, establishing prayers, Ensuring payment of other members of Islam including this.

Hazrat Aqaba, bin Amir,  narrates that Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) said: Paradise will be obligatory for a Muslim who performs ablution properly and then stands up and prays two rak’ahs with the Holy Heart.

Hazrat Rabia bin Ka’b Aslami (RA) narrates that I used to stay in the service of Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) at night and bring water for his ablution and ablution. Once you said to me: Ask (what do you ask for?) I wondered: I ask you for the companionship of heaven. You said: Anything else? I said: That is enough for me. He said: Then prostrate yourself more and help me in your affair.

Faithful Event

Hazrat Rabia ibn Ka’b narrates that I used to serve the Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) during the day, and when night came, I would take refuge at his door and spend the night there.

I used to hear at night that you used to recite Subhan Allah and Subhan Rabbi so much that I would get tired or I would fall asleep and I would fall asleep. One day, you started saying to me: O Rabia! When you ask me for something, I will give it to you. I said: Give me respite; let me think for a moment.

It occurred to me that the world was mortal and was about to end, so I said: I beg you to pray to Allah Almighty for me that He may deliver me from Hell and admit me to Paradise. Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) became silent. Then he said: Who gave you this advice? I said: No one has given me this advice, but I know that this world is mortal.

It is coming to an end and you have a high position with Allah Almighty, so I like you to pray for me. He said: I will pray. (But) please help me in this matter through many prostrations.

Prostrate Frequently

Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) said: “Whoever prostrates before Allaah, Allaah writes down for him a good deed and removes evil and raises him to a higher rank, so prostrate frequently.

Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) said: Stick to the religion even though you cannot cover it and know that the best of all your deeds is Prayer and no one observes ablution except the believer.

It is narrated from Hazrat Abo Zarr that (once) Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) came out in the winter season. The leaves of the trees were falling. He grabbed a branch of a tree, and its leaves began to fall, and he said: O Abu zharr! I said: ‘Ya Nabi! I am present. Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) said: When a Muslim prays for the pleasure of Allaah, his sins fall away like the leaves of a tree.

Difference Between Disbelief & Faith

Hazrat Jabir ben Abdullah, the companion of Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) asked someone what was the difference between disbelief and faith in the time of Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH). He said: Prayer.

Hazrat Umar ibn Khattab said: If it were not for the enjoyment of three things, I would have preferred to meet God (i.e. death). The pleasure of bowing down before Allah, the joy of attending gatherings in which good words are chosen in the same way as the best palms are selected, and the pleasure of walking in the way of Allah.

Is the purpose of coming into this world to get food and a place to sleep? Absolutely not. Coming into this world, we have to know our God and keep busy in His remembrance.

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