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agakhani



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PostPosted: Thu Jan 14, 2010 5:36 am    Post subject: correct wording of:- Some Tasbihs Reply with quote

I need the correct wording of some Tasbihat which recites in JK all the time.
1,SUKARANLILLAH AL HAMDOLILLAH OR WAL HAMDOLILLAH?, some jamati members are reciting as AlHAMDOLILLAH and some jamati members reciting as WALHAMDOLILLAH.
Which one is right word 'AL' OR 'WAL' and what is the meaning of this word?
2, IN OUR HOLY SALWAT 'ALLAHUMA SALLIALLAH MOHAMADIN( OR MOHAMADAN) WA AALEMOHMAD?
3, LA ILLAHA ILALLAH MOHAMMADEN OR( MOHAMMDAR) RASULILLAH?
4, YA ALI ADISANI (AGISANI OR ADRISANI) YA ALI ADRIKNI?
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haroon_adel



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PostPosted: Thu Jan 14, 2010 5:51 am    Post subject: Re: correct wording of:- Reply with quote

agakhani wrote:
I need the correct wording of some Tasbihat which recites in JK all the time.
1,SUKARANLILLAH AL HAMDOLILLAH OR WAL HAMDOLILLAH?, some jamati members are reciting as AlHAMDOLILLAH and some jamati members reciting as WALHAMDOLILLAH.
Which one is right word 'AL' OR 'WAL' and what is the meaning of this word?


It's "Al-Ham'du Lillah".


2, IN OUR HOLY SALWAT 'ALLAHUMA SALLIALLAH MOHAMADIN( OR MOHAMADAN) WA AALEMOHMAD?


It's "Mohammad'din"


3, LA ILLAHA ILALLAH MOHAMMADEN OR( MOHAMMDAR) RASULILLAH?


It's "Mohammad'ur'rasoolillah"


4, YA ALI ADISANI (AGISANI OR ADRISANI) YA ALI ADRIKNI?


I don't know which part are you reffering exactly, but if you are reffering what I think, then it is:

"Adrikni"
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ShamsB



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PostPosted: Thu Jan 14, 2010 5:02 pm    Post subject: Re: correct wording of:- Reply with quote

haroon_adel wrote:
agakhani wrote:
I need the correct wording of some Tasbihat which recites in JK all the time.
1,SUKARANLILLAH AL HAMDOLILLAH OR WAL HAMDOLILLAH?, some jamati members are reciting as AlHAMDOLILLAH and some jamati members reciting as WALHAMDOLILLAH.
Which one is right word 'AL' OR 'WAL' and what is the meaning of this word?


It's "Al-Ham'du Lillah".


2, IN OUR HOLY SALWAT 'ALLAHUMA SALLIALLAH MOHAMADIN( OR MOHAMADAN) WA AALEMOHMAD?


It's "Mohammad'din"


3, LA ILLAHA ILALLAH MOHAMMADEN OR( MOHAMMDAR) RASULILLAH?


It's "Mohammad'ur'rasoolillah"


4, YA ALI ADISANI (AGISANI OR ADRISANI) YA ALI ADRIKNI?


I don't know which part are you reffering exactly, but if you are reffering what I think, then it is:

"Adrikni"


It's Agisani and Adhrikani
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Jirewalo



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PostPosted: Sun Mar 31, 2013 10:15 am    Post subject: Re: correct wording of:- Some Tasbihs Reply with quote

agakhani wrote:
I need the correct wording of some Tasbihat which recites in JK all the time.
1,SUKARANLILLAH AL HAMDOLILLAH OR WAL HAMDOLILLAH?, some jamati members are reciting as AlHAMDOLILLAH and some jamati members reciting as WALHAMDOLILLAH.
Which one is right word 'AL' OR 'WAL' and what is the meaning of this word?


By itself, "Al-hamdulillah".

When preceded by "Shukranlillah" it changes to "Wal-hamdulillah"

Thus, "Shukranlillah Wal-hamdulliah" is correct.

Apparently, arabic grammer is at work; similar to
"Maulana AbizarAly" instead of "AbuzarAly".
This explanation was given in JK in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada when outside temperature was -38degC with windchill -60degC eons ago.
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kmaherali



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PostPosted: Mon Apr 01, 2013 10:55 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Wa in Arabic means 'and', hence WAL is correct joining two phrases. The meaning becomes: Thanks to Allah and all praise is due to Allah.
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