Subhaana Kal-Laahumma wa Bi-Hamdika wa Tabaarakasmuka wa Ta’aalaa Jadduka Walaaa Ilaaha Ghaie-ruk.
O’Allah! All glory is due to You, I praise You, Your name is the Most Blessed, Your Majesty is highly exalted and there is none worthy of worship You.
A’oozu Billaahi Minash Shaietaa-nir Rajeem.
I seek refuge with Allah from the accursed devil.
Bismil Laahir Rahmaa-nir Raheem
Allah, in whose name I begin, the Most Affectionate, the Most Merciful
Al-Hamdu Lillahi Rabbil ‘Alameen. Ar-Rahmaanir Raheem. Maaleke Yaumid-deen. Ei-yaaka Na’budu wa Ei-yaaka Nasta’een. Ihdenas Siraatal Mustaqeema Siraatal Lazeena An’amta ‘Alaie-him Ghaieril Maghdoobi ‘Alaie-him Walad Daaaleeen.
All praise is due to Allah, the Sovereign Lord of all the universes. The Most Affectionate, the Most Merciful. The Owner of the Day of Retribution. O’Allah! You alone do we worship and You alone to we beseech for help. Guide us to the straight path. The path of those whom You have Favoured. Not of those who earned Your wrath nor of those who went astray.
Qul Huwal-Laahu Ahad. Allaa-hus Samad. Lam Yalid Walam Yoolad. Walam Yakul Lahoo Kufuwan Ahad.
Say, He is Allah, the One. Allah is All Independent. Neither He begot anyone nor He was begotten. And none is equal to Him in any way.
Sami ‘Allahu Liman Hamidah
Allah listens to him who praises Him.
O’ our Sustainer! All praise is due to You alone.
Atta-hee-yaatu Lillaahi was- Salawaatu wat-Taie-yi-baat. As-salaamu ‘Alaieka Aieyu-han Nabeeyu wa Rahmatul Laahi wa Barakaatu. As-salaamu ‘Alak-naa wa ‘Alaa ‘Ibaadil Laahis-saaleheen. Ash-hadu Allaa Ilaaha Illal Laahu wa Ash-hadu Anna Muhammadan ‘Abduhu wa Rasoolu.
O’ Allah! You alone deserve all veneration worship and glory. O’ Prophet! Peace be on you and the mercy of Allah and His blessings. Peace be upon us and on virtuous servants of Allah. I bear witness that none is worthy of worship save Allah and I bear witness that Muhammad (peace be upon him) is His chosen servant and His Messenger.
Allaa-humma Salle ‘Alaa Saiey-yidnaa Muhammadin wa ‘Alaaa Aale Saiey-yidinaa Muhammadin Kamaa Salaieta ‘Alaa Saiey-yidinaa Ibraaheema wa ‘Alaaa Aale Saiey-yidinaa Ibraaheema Innaka Hameedum Majeed. Allaa-humma Baarik ‘Alaa Saiey-yidnaa Muhammadin wa ‘Alaaa Aale Saiey-yidinaa Muhammadin Kamaa Baarakta ‘Alaa Saiey-yidinaa Ibraaheema wa ‘Alaaa Aale Saiey-yidinaa Ibraaheema Innaka Hameedum Majeed.
O’ Allah! Send blessings on our master (Hazrat) Muhammad (peace be upon him) and the progeny of Muhammad (peace be upon him) as You did send on our master (Hazrat) Ibraaheem (peace be upon him) and the progeny of Ibrahim (peace be upon him). You are, indeed, Praised Glorified. O’ Allah! Bless our master (Hazrat) Muhammad (peace be upon him) and the progeny of Muhammad (peace be upon him) as You did bless our master (Hazrat) Ibraaheem (peace be upon him) and the progeny of Ibrahim (peace be upon him). You are, indeed, Praised Glorified.
Allaa-humma Innee Zalamtu Nafsee Zulman Kaseeran wa Innahu Laa Yaghfiruz-Zunooba Illaa Anta Faghfirlee Maghfiratam Min ‘Indika Warhamnee Inaka Antal Ghafoorur Raheem.
O’ Allah! I have oppressed mu soul and undoubtedly there is no forgiver of sins but You alone. O’ Allah! Forgive me and have mercy on me. Undoubtedly, You are the Most Forgiving, the Most Merciful.
Or this one:
Allaa-humma Rabbanaa Aatinaa Fid-Dunyaa Hasanah, wa Fil-Aakhirate
Hasanah, wa Qinaa ‘Azaaban-Naar.
O’ Allah! Our Sovereign Lord, grant us good in this world and the world hereafter and protect us from the torment of hell.
Allaa-humma Innaa Nasta’eenuka wa Nastaghfiruka wa Nu’minu Bika wa Natawakkalu ‘Alaieka wa Nusnee ‘Alaiekal Khaier. Wa Nashkuruka walla Nakfuruka wa Nakhla’u wa Natruku Maien Yafjuruk. Allaa-humma Ei-yaaka Na’budu wa Laka Nusalle wa Nasjudu wa Ilaieka Nas’aa wa Nah-fidu wa NArjoo Rahmataka wa Nakhshaa ‘Azaabaka Inna ‘Azaabaka Bil-Kuffaare Mulhiq.
O’ Allah! We implore You for help and beg forgiveness of You and believe in You and rely on You and extol You and we are thankful to You and are not ungrateful to You and we alienate and forsake him who disobeys You. O’ Allah! You alone do we worship and for You do we pray and prostrate and we betake to please You and present ourselves for the service in Your cause and we hope for Your chastisement. Undoubtedly, Your torment is going to overtake infidels.
Q 1: What should one recite in case he has not learnt Du’aa-e-Qunoot by heart?
A. He should recite “Allaa-humma Rabbanaa Aatinaa Fid-Dunyaa Hasanah, wa Fil-Aakhirate Hasanah, wa Qinaa ‘Azaaban-Naar” until he commits Du’aa-e-Qunoot to his memory.
Q 2: What is “standing-upright posture after performance of Rukoo” called?
A. Standing erect after performing Rukoo is called “Qaumah.”
Q 3: What is “sitting posture between two prostrations” called?
A. A pause while sitting between two prostrations is caleed “Jalsah”.
Q 4: What is “offering prayer jointly” called?
A. Prayer in congregation is called “Jamaa’at”. He who leads the prayer is called “Imaam” and those who follow Imaam in prayer are called “Muqtadi”.
Q 5: What is he called who offers prayer by himself?
A. He who does not say prayer in Jamaa’at but offers by himself is called ”Munfarid”.
Q 6: How much reward does one get by saying prayer in Jamaa’at?
A. Prayer in Jamaa’at carries 27 times more reward than offering by oneself.
Q 7: Which supplications (Du’aa) should be recited while entering and stepping out of mosque?
A. When one enters into mosque should put his right foot first and then the left and recite: ”Allaa hummaf-tah Lee Abwaaba Rahmatik” (O’ Allah! Open the gates of Your mercy for me) and when he steps out he should take his left foot out first and then the right and recite: “Allaa-humma Innee As- aluka Min Fadlik” (O’ Allah! I beseech You for Your grace).
Q 8: What should we do in mosque?
A. Having entered into mosque say “Salaam” to those present there. Offer prayer with Jamaa’at. If there is no time of appointed prayer or you have offered prayer then busy yourself in recitation of the Holy Qur-aan, remembrance of Allah, recitation of Kalimah or Durood
Shareef. Do not indulge in worldly talks as it is strictly forbidden in mosque.
Do not walk, pass in front of those who are offering prayer. Do not snap fingers.