First Point: The meaning of prayer (salah). The relation of the words in tasbihat (glorifications) with the prayer.
The meaning of the prayers is the offering of glorification, praise, and thanks to Almighty Allah. That is to say, uttering “Glory be to Allah” by word and action before Allah’s glory and sublimity, it is to hallow and worship Him. And declaring “Allah is Most Great” through word and act before His sheer perfection, it is to exalt and magnify Him. And saying “All praise be to Allah” with the heart, tongue, and body, it is to offer thanks before His utter beauty. That is to say, glorification, exaltation, and praise are like the seeds of the prayers. That is why these three things are present in every part of the prayers, in all the actions and words. It is also why these blessed words are each repeated thirty-three times after the prayers, in order to strengthen and reiterate the prayers’ meaning. The meaning of the prayers is confirmed through these concise summaries.
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- The Ninth Word: Why are the prayers (salat) performed five times a day? The explanation of each daily prayer in detail.
- Second Point: The meaning of worship. The meanings that words and actions in prayers (salat) express.
- What is the wisdom behind the tasbihat words "subhanallah", "alhamdulillah" and "Allahu akbar" being said 33 times? Is it important to pay attention to this number?
- Why we pray five times a day?
- Whom does a person who does not perform prayers oppress?
- salattuz tassbhi namaz
- Salat-u Tasbih (The Prayer of Glorification)
- Sixth Point: It is about a meaning of the verse “Thee do we worship, and Thine aid we seek.” (al-Fatiha, 1:5)
- What does "Prayer is the Ascension (Miraj) of the believer" mean?
- Why do we repeat duas (supplications) three times?