Tesbih duasi

Wikipedia about: Tesbih duasi

Etymology

The term tasbih is an irregular derivation from subhan, which is the first word of the constitutive sentence of the first third of the canonical form (see below) of tasbih. The word literally means, as a verb, "to travel swiftly" and, as a noun, "duties" or "occupation." However, in the devotional context, tasbih refers to Subhana Allah, which is often used in the Qur'an with the preposition an (عن), meaning "'God is [1]void' what they (polytheists) attribute to Him" (Al-Tawba: 31, Al-Zumar: 67 et al.). Without this preposition, it means something like "Glory be to God."

Canonical form "Tasbih of Fatima"

In order:

  1. Subhan'Allah (سبحان الله) (Glory be to Allah) – repeated 33 times.
  2. Alhamdulillah (الحمد لله) (Praise be to Allah) – repeated 33 times.
  3. Allahuakbar (الله أكبر) (Allah is the Greatest) – repeated 34 times.


Hadith

Narrated by Abu Huraira: Some poor people came to the Prophet and said, "The wealthy people will get higher grades and will have permanent enjoyment, and they pray like us and fast as we do. They have more money by which they perform the Hajj and 'Umra, fight and struggle in Allah's Cause and give in charity." The Prophet said, "Shall I not tell you a thing upon which if you acted you would catch up with those who have surpassed you? Nobody would overtake you, and you would be better than the people amongst whom you live except those who would do the same. Say "Sub-han-al-lah", "Alhamdu-lillah"…
Read more: Wikipedia