Salah at-Tasbih


According to these narratives whoever offers Salat at-Tasbih, his previous sins will be forgiven.
In the Hanafi madhhab, it is recommended, as mentioned in the major texts, such as Ibn Abidin's Hashiya.

Consisting of 4 units of prayer, the prayer format is slightly different.

The following tasbih is recited 75 times in each Rakat, totalling 300 times in all 4 Rakats:

SubhanAllahi walHamdulillahi wala ilaha illAllahu waAllahu Akbar (Glory be to Allah, all praise be to Allah, there is no god by Allah, Allah is the Greatest, and there is no might nor power except with Allah

The method of this salah is as follows:
After beginning the salah by saying Allahu Akbar recite the thana', Surah al-Fatiha and a Surah followed by the above tasbih 15 times.
Then go into Ruku and after reciting the usual tasbih for ruku recite the above tasbih 10 times.
After standing up from ruku recite the usual 'Rabbana Lakal Hamd' and thereafter recite the tasbih 10 times.
Then go into Sajdah and after reciting the usual tasbih for sajda recite the above tasbih 10 times.
Then sit up from sajdah and recite the tasbih 10 times between the two sajdas. Thereafter go into sajdah again and after reciting the usual tasbih for sajdah recite the above tasbih 10 times. Then sit after the 2nd sajdah (i.e. before standing up for the second rak'ah) and recite the tasbih 10 times.
This adds up to 75 times in one rak'ah. Do the same for the remaining 4 raka'at.
It is recorded in Sunan Abu Dawud, at-Tirmidhi and other books of hadith that RasulAllah (salAllahu alayhi wasalam) once said to his uncle Hadrat Abbas (radiAllahu anhu):
O Abbas! O my uncle! Shall I not give you a gift? Shall I not show you something by means of which Allah Ta'ala will forgive your sins, the first and the last of them, the past and recent, the unintentional and the intentional, the small and huge, the secret and open?

Rasulullah (salAllahu alayhi wasalam) then taught him the Salah al-Tasbih. Then he advised him that it be offered daily, if possible. If not then every Friday or once a month or once a year or at least once in a life time.
[abu Dawud 'Salat' 303; at-Tirmidhi 'Salat' 350]


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