Alhamdulillah in Arabic
- October 6, 2022
- Posted by: Tasneem Ragab
- Category: Arabic Language Blog
Alhamdulillah (Arabic: ٱلْحَمْدُ لِلَّٰهِ, al-Ḥamdu lillāh) is an Arabic state meaning “commend be to Allah”, now and then deciphered as “thank God” This express is called Tahmid (Arabic: تَحْمِيد, lit. ‘Praising’) or Hamdalah (Arabic: حَمْدَلَة). A longer variation of the state is al-ḥamdu l-illāhi rabbi l-ʿālamīn (ٱلْحَمْدُ لِلَّٰهِ رَبِّ ٱلْعَالَمِينَ), meaning “all commend is due to Allah, Master of all the universes”, moment verse of Surah Fatihah. Borrowed from Arabic اَلْحَمْدُ لِلّٰهِ (al-ḥamdu li-llāhi, actually “praise [be] to God”).
All commend and much appreciated have a place in Allah alone since He is the originator of everything. To commend or thank something is in a roundabout way lauding and saying thanks to Allah since He is its genuine Maker. More often than not deciphered as Commend be to Allah.
الحمد لله رب العالمين : alhamdulillahi rabbi al alameen
All the acclaim and much appreciation be to Allah, the Ruler of the ‘Alamin (mankind, jinns, and all that exists)
1:2 [All] praise is [due] to Allah, Lord of the worlds
Hamdullah or alhamdulillah is the brief shape of saying Alhamdulillah. This is often an effective Arabic word that deciphers to cruel “All commend is due to Allah”.
The prophet -PBUH- said:
“I will teach you something.
After each prayer, say 33 times ‘Subhanallah,’ 33 times ‘Alhamdulillah,’ and 33 times ‘Allahu akbar.’ Almighty Allah will grant you ease.”
Alhamdulillah (Arabic: ٱلْحَمْدُ لِلَّٰهِ, al-Ḥamdu lillāh) is an Arabic expression meaning “laud be to Allah”, some of the time interpreted as “thank God” This express is called Tahmid (Arabic: تَحْمِيد, lit. ‘Praising’) or Hamdalah (Arabic: حَمْدَلَة). A longer variation of the state is al-ḥamdu l-illāhi rabbi l-ʿālamīn (ٱلْحَمْدُ لِلَّٰهِ رَبِّ ٱلْعَالَمِينَ), meaning “all commend is due to God, Ruler of all the universes”, moment verse of Surah Fatihah. It is as often as possible utilized by Muslims of each foundation, due to its centrality to the writings of the Quran and Hadith—the words of the Islamic prophet Muhammad—and its meaning and in-depth clarification have been the subject of much exposition. It is additionally commonly utilized by non-Muslim speakers of the Arabic dialect.
The reason this phrase is so important
The act of communicating appreciation is one of the foundations of Islam and is straightforwardly required within the Quran. As Surah Ibrahim Ayat 7 directly states: “If you’re thankful, I will without a doubt increment you [in endowments]. But in case you deny my discipline is severe.’”
Since there are numerous ways to appear appreciation in life, you listen to the state Alhamdulillah all the time. This of course incorporates recalling Allah at all times (particularly amid supplications), but too includes passing on favors to others (giving absent overabundance cash, making a difference to others after you are sound, etc.).
In reality, Alhamdulillah is such a typical portion of Egyptian Arabic that non-religious individuals utilize it as well (kind of like “Thank God” in English).
Whereas there are no elective implications for Alhamdulillah, Muslims utilize the state in numerous distinctive settings. Here are five of the most ways Alhamdulillah is used:
- Replying to the address “How are you?” (expressing gratitude toward God for being Alright, moreover common in Egyptian Arabic greetings)
- After favors or when things go right (saying thanks to God for your life is good)
- After or amid hardship circumstances (since they are seen as a test from Allah)
- After eating (expressing gratitude toward God for the food)
- After wheezing (saying thanks to Allah for great well-being)
Let’s check a few illustrations of Alhamdulillah in the activity.
When do we say Alhamdulillah?
“Alhamdulillah can be utilized as a mainstream outcry of delight, much as Americans might utilize the expression “Thank God.” For illustration: “Alhamdulillah! I got an A in chemistry!
Alhamduli llah may be an explanation of appreciation to God for any blessing, whether it be the blessing of life or the blessing of victory, well-being, or strength.
Alhamdulillah may be utilized in supplication. By expressing gratitude toward Allah, the maker of all things, one is lifting supplications to Allah.
Alhamdulillah may be utilized as a term of acknowledgment for trials and challenges put some time recently. In other words, one can say “Alhamdulillah” in all circumstances since all circumstances have been made by God”. (Huda. “The Reason of the Islamic State ‘Alhamdulillah)
Our victory and triumphs are not our claims. We owe everything in our lives to Allah (SWT), Alhamdullilah. In case we are wealthy it is since that was Allah’s will and on the off chance that we are destitute, Alhamdulillah since that as well as Allah’s will. On the off chance that you’re thankful, Allah (SWT) will be satisfied with you. We too say Alhamdulillah as before long as we sniffle, do you know why? “When you wheeze, the intrathoracic weight in your body quickly increments. This will diminish the bloodstream back to the heart. The heart compensates for this by changing its standard heartbeat quickly to alter. Be that as it may, the electrical activity of the heart does not halt amid the sneeze”, meaning the heart encompasses a slight stop so we say Alhamdullilah for great well-being.