We pray and worship.
We know what to say in Arabic to complete the prayer.

But how many of us really understand the meaning and beauty of actual recitation?

In this article, we will discuss the meaning of the Sami phrase “God is for whom Hamda is Rabbana and for every praise,” which is often recited after getting out of kneeling in prayer.sami allahu liman hamidah

What is the exact meaning?

Is it obligatory to recite this during salat?

According to the Sunnah of the Prophet Muhammad, may God bless him and grant him peace, it is recommended to read it after bowing. But if you forgot to read, then you did not make a mistake, and you miss the opportunity to receive an eternal reward that will go on in life afterwards.

It was said that Rifa’ bin Rafi’ said:

“One day we prayed behind the Messenger of God (peace be upon him), and when he raised his head from the bow, he said: Sublime God is to the one who is praiseworthy (God hears those who praise him). A man behind him said: Our Lord, to you be praise. He, peace and blessings of God be upon him, said about the speech. He said: Who is speaking now?? The man said: I wrote, O Messenger of God. The Messenger of God, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him, said: “I saw more than thirty angels running to see who wrote it first.” First degree: Sahih (Dar al-Salaam).

This hadith answers the question arising from the meaning of our Lord and for every praise, two Hamdans are good and blessed.

Always Praise Allah Before Making A Request

Before we make any supplication before God Almighty, it is important to praise and glorify Him first. This is what happened in Surat Al-Fatihah, who praises God first and then recites the diwan, “Guide us to the straight prayer,” that is, “Show us the straight path.”

Similarly, we say, “God is praised to be praised,” from bowing, because we are closer to God Almighty when we enter prostration.

“The closest of the servant to his Lord (God) is when he bows down, then he increases his prayer” (Hadith Muslim, Musnad Ahmad).

This story does not specify any particular statement. So you can ask God for any worldly or spiritual needs. You can pray prostration in addition to prayer, and then pray.


This is a short video to help with pronunciation. Sometimes it is helpful to hear in Arabic how to pronounce it correctly and then recite it afterwards.dua for parents