What is the dua that is said when you prostrate while reciting the Qur'an.

asked 204 Bun-Anfan's gravatar image

Thank you very much.But if i a reciting the Qur'an and i get to where i must prostrate before i continue with the recitation.What must i say during that prostration.

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Subhana Rabial A`laa 3 times.

(Aug 15 '12 at 20:29) TeenMuslim ♦ TeenMuslim's gravatar image

If you check the book 'Hisnul Muslim', the dua it said the prophet used to say is

answered 1834 Sani%20Tj's gravatar image

Please provide citations from Quran or Hadeeth.

(Aug 15 '12 at 20:30) TeenMuslim ♦ TeenMuslim's gravatar image

Salam http://www.gowister.com/islam-answer-10677.html

he Messenger of Allah (SallAllahu Alayhi Wassallam) forbade the believers from reciting the Glorious Quran in their 'Sajdahs' or prostrations of prayer.....but if one were to recite some specific verses of the Glorious Quran which are supplications in itself, then they are considered supplications and not the recitation of the Surahs of the Glorious Quran.

It is perfectly acceptable for the believers to make supplications in their sajdahs of prayer, and if that specific supplication happens to be an Aayah of the Glorious Quran, there is absolutely no harm in making such beautiful supplications.

What is specifically prohibited is that one recite Verses of the Glorious Quran as it was compiled, or Surahs in their Sajdah of prayer.

The Prophet (saws) said, 'The closest one of you comes to his Lord is while he is prostrating, (therefore) make many supplications therein.' And he (saws) also said, 'I have prohibited you from reciting (Quran) while bowing (ruku in prayer) or prostrating (sujood in prayer). During the bowing (ruku), Glorify the Lord. During the prostrations, strive your hardest in making supplications. Most likely, you will be listened to."

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