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Slaah-Taraveeh

Once Rasulullah ﷺ addressed his followers on the last day of Sha’ban,  on the eve of Ramadhan, and said: “There is a night in this month which is greater in excellence than a thousand months; Allah I has enjoined an extra prayer to be offered in the nights of this month. If a person performs a voluntary good act out of his own free choice during this month, they will be entitled to receive the reward of an imperative act performed in the other months”.

In another tradition, he has regarded the Tarawih Prayer as a means of the forgiveness of sins. He has said: “The one who observes the Tarawih Prayer at night during Ramadhan with complete faith and devotion only for the sake of the recompense of the Akhirah (Hereafter), will have all his previous sins forgiven by Allah ﷻ”.

WHAT SHOULD BE RECITED DURING THE PAUSE (IN TRAWIH)

The worshiper has the option to be quiet during the pause after each 4 raka’at, or recite some Tasbih, or offer a voluntary prayer. The people of Makkah, as mentioned above, used to perform a tawaf of the Ka’bah, and the people of Madinah offered 4 raka’at of Nafl.

Some jurists, however, have recommended that the following Tasbih be recited in the pause although it does not hold the rank of Sunnah

qanoot-ar

qanoot-en

 

Glorified is the Owner of the Kingdom of the earth and the heavens.

Glorified is the Possessor of Honour and Magnificence and Awe.

Glorified is the Possessor of Honour and Magnificence and Awe, and Power and Greatness and Omnipotence.

Glorified is the Sovereign, the Living, Who neither sleeps nor dies. He is the most praised and the most Holy, our Lord, the Lord of the Angels and the Spirit (Gabriel).

O Allah protect us from the fire of hell; O Protector, O Protector, O Protector.

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