Alhamdulillah I am fine, Alhamdulillah the business is making great progress. We hear many more words like this every day. Instead of saying complete praises to Allah, some people only say Hamdullah or Hamdulilah. When we recite the Qur’an, it also begins with the words of Alhamdulillah. That is, “All praise is due to Allah.”
- Did you know that when we say words in praise of someone, there are two reasons for it: When you say goodbye to someone, it means that the person has good character and morals in your eyes.
- The second is that he should be our benefactor and we should confess his blessings and describe his virtues.
If we think about it, it is our duty to praise Allah Almighty in both these respects. This is a requirement of acknowledging His blessings as well۔That we appreciate it all the time.
Alhamdulillah in Arabic
This is how Alhamdulillah is pronounced alhamdulillah in Arabic:
Alhamdulillah. It is a combination of three words:
- And Allah
Ibn Jarir says that the meaning of “Alhamdulillah” is that there is only thanks to Allah. No one else deserves it, no matter who the creature is. To say Alhamdulillah is to praise Allah with His pure names and His exalted attributes.
And to say Alshukrolillah thank God is to give thanks for the blessings of Allah and His favor. But this statement is correct. For this reason, the scholars who speak Arabic agree that they use the word hamd instead of shukr and the word shukr instead of hamd.
TRANSLITERATION OF ALHAMDULILLAH
Alhamdulillah. It is pronounced differently in different regions, such as:
- al ham du allah
- alhamdulillah jawi
- alhamdulillah in jawi
But we should try to pay it in the correct Arabic pronunciation because changing the pronunciation also changes the meaning. Here are the forms of its correct pronunciation alhamdulillah in Urdu:
- al hamdu lillah
- al hamdulillah
Arabic Alhamdulillah for Everything
If we look at it in the light of the teachings of Islam, we find great details about:
- Hazrat Ana’s says that Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) said: Allah loves those servants’ saying that if he eats something he should praise Allah and if he drinks something he should praise Allah.
- Hazrat Jaber bin Abdullah that Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) said: The best remembrance is “La ilaha illa Allah” and the best supplication is “Alhamdulillah”.
- Hazrat Ana’s says that Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) said: When Allah Almighty bestows a blessing on His servant and when he receives the blessing he says “Alhamdulillah” then this praise is better than this blessing in the sight of Allah Almighty.
- The Holy Prophet (saw) said: There are two things in which they are found. Allah Almighty writes it as patient and thankful And whoever does not have these two qualities, Allah will not write him as patient and thankful (Those are the two traits:) Whoever looks to his superior in religious matters and follows him And in worldly affairs he should look at the one below him and give thanks to Allah for giving him superiority over him. Allah writes such a person as patient and thankful. And whoever looks at those who are below him in religious matters and those who are above him in worldly affairs and regrets what he did not find, Allah does not call him patient and grateful.