Reciting the Dhikir of Tawhid - The Islamic Call
Tasbih is an eloquent form of dharma that includes the praise of God in Islam through the repetitive recitation of the word Subḥānallaf with the hands. This dharma is considered one of the four pillars of prayer in Islam. It is also known as salah tasbih and is performed in a mosque during prayer time. It is also known as namaz tasbih in the Arabic language. It is usually repeated several times, either with the hands of the tongue, with either the right or the left hand.
This dharma is followed by all Muslim prayers and it is believed that it must be recited in a special way so that it will not be heard in haste by the congregation. This is because they believe that the Holy Prophet (SAW) once stood up at a prayer meeting and told the gathering to recite the Sunnah (oral traditions) every day and to be patient and calm in doing this. The Holy Prophet then warned them that if they did not do so, then they would be punished by the king of iron (Allah). The Holy Prophet then stood up and disappeared from the gathered congregation's sight, thus establishing that prayer beads UK (tasbih) must be done in front of others. Recitation of the Sunnah must be in an elegant manner and using the right hand only.
During daily rituals, tasbih prayer must be performed using five Sunnat ornaments: one for each of the five daily prayers (prayer name), a silver tray with three white beads, a green bowl with twenty red and black beads, a black bowl with twenty red and black beads and a white silk scarf. It must also be mentioned that after the completion of tasbih, prayer must be performed with twenty-one Sunnah beads for each of the five daily prayers. The same rules apply to the green bowl with the twenty beads, except that there are no rules stating that the green bowl must be washed after performing tasbih. After all, washing the beads is an obligation that is incumbent on every Muslim.
During the week of Ramadan, many Muslims around the world fast from sundown on Friday evening until the early hours of Saturday morning. The tradition of performing nisahn or nausea after sunset was introduced by the Holy Prophet Muhammad (SAW), upon his return from Makkah with his followers to Medina. The insane are usually recited under duress, so that the people listening may not be able to bear the sound. However, there are many Muslims who choose to ignore the insane and instead carry out Islamic tasbih prayers silently and still.
Reciting nisanes during tasbih can be challenging because Muslims are prohibited from reading hadith in public. Therefore, the only reliable means of reciting hadith in any Muslim country is with the help of an imam. The leader of the prayer congregation, usually a holy man, will perform the nisanes with twenty-three beads, followed by recitation of hadith. The congregation then responds with five rounds of prayer.
For those who wish to add some personal touches to their recital of tasbi (tasbih), they may wish to purchase or make their own Arabic prayer beads. Prayer beads of Arabic origin are extremely popular and you can easily find them online. There are literally hundreds of websites online that specialize in Arabic prayer beads. In addition to prayer beads, you can also purchase Arabic prayer rugs and wall tapestries that feature Arabic artwork and pictures.