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Say SubhanAllah wa bihamdihi 100 times every day!

  • Author: MR
  • Filed under: Islam
  • Date: Apr 9,2007 | 09:06 AM

This is not from the internet nor from a lecture. This is from my father who was reading Sahih Bukhari and showed this to me straight from the book. It’s the 1979 USA edition. Old school! 😀

Anyways here is the hadith:

Narrated Abu Huraira (ra): Allah’s Apostle (peace and blessings be upon him) said, “Whoever says, ‘Subhan Allah wa bihamdihi,’ one hundred times a day, will be forgiven all his sins even if they were as much as the foam of the sea.”

Sahih Bukhari, Volume VIII (8), Chapter 67, Hadith 414, Page 227 of the old school 1979 edition.

It takes about 1 to 2 minutes to do this. My advice to do this would be while your getting dress for work or school. It’s pretty easy. You could be making up your bed, changing your clothes, or turning on the computer and drop the 100 subhanAllah wa bihamdihi’s. :-)

What does SubhanAllah wa bihamdihi mean?

I deem Allah free of any resemblance to anything whatsoever in any respect, and I celebrate His Praises (this was taken from the footnote of the bottom of the page in Sahih Bukhari).


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    1. Achmat Damon September 9th, 2009 at 2:15 pm

      Adhkaar from after the ’Asr Salaah on Saturday, 26th September 2009 at al-Jaami’a Masjid in Stegman Road, Claremont, will recall the fortieth anniversary of the death of al-Shahid Imam Abdullah Haron. The dhikrullah will start from after the Maghrib Salaah, followed by the ‘Isha Salaah, the reading from the Giyarwee Sharif by the ’Ibaad-u-Ragmaan Qadiri Jamaa’ah and a short lecture on Islam. Everyone is asked to take part.
      The officiating Imam at al-Jaami’a Masjid at the time, Imam Abdullah Haron had read the closing du’aa at the Qadiriyyah gatherings. He had studied in Mecca and loved adhkaar. His Uwaisi spiritual connection was through Sheikh Yusuf bin ’Abdullah al-Taj al-Khalwati al-Makaasari.
      Arrested by the apartheid security police just after he had led the al-Jaami’a Masjid Milad al-Nabi celebrations on 12 Rabi al-Auwal 1389AH (28 May 1969), he was held under Section 6(1) of the Terrorism Act of 1967 until his death on Saturday, 27th September 1969. He had been starved, interrogated and tortured (May Allah, The Eternal, Be Compassionate towards him).
      More than thirty thousand people had crammed into City Park in Crawford for his funeral. Grief showed on the faces of mourners. Muslim anger seethed. Abduragman Galant called the faithful to prayer. Imam Saliem Davids led the prayer for the deceased. The burial procession was the largest in the history of Cape Town, after that of the famous Muslim saint Sayed ‘Abd Al-Rahim ibn Muhammad al-Iraqi. It stretched for miles. Imam Abdullah Haron was buried at 4pm on Monday, 29th September 1969. His grave is close to the entrance of the Mowbray Cemetery and is fittingly, adjacent to that of al-Sayed ‘Abd Al-Rahim ibn Muhammad al-Iraqi. Imam Abdullah Haron was forty-five years old at the time of his death.
      For further information, please speak to Hajja Fatima Haron-Masoet of 8 Nico Avenue, Crawford, Western Cape, South Africa; home telephone +2721 697-2970, cellular telephone number 0833678176.

    2. Achmat Damon December 5th, 2009 at 9:57 am

      Maulana Goolam Kootboodien Kagee al-Chisti invites one and all to the Habibia Soofie Masjid Muharram Celebrations of Saturday, 19th December 2009.
      Observances in Duine Road, Rylands Estate, Cape Town will herald the Islamic New Year 1431 Hijri, and will include dhikrullah from after the Maghrib Salaah by the ’Ibaad-u-Ragmaan Qadiri Jamaa’ah. Everyone is welcome.
      To learn more about this, please get in touch with Haji Mohammed Shameegh Pangarker of 5 Williams Road, Crawford 7780, Western Cape, South Africa at home telephone number +2721 692-3165, or at 0846786126 (cellular telephone).

    3. Achmat Damon January 2nd, 2010 at 6:16 am

      Everyone is invited by Haji Ismail and Hajja Bashiera Bhyat to the Touw’s River Islamic Society Milad al-Nabi Festivities of Saturday, 27th February 2010.
      Proceedings at the prayer facilities on the farm Al-Salaam in sleepy Touw’s River will include Salaah, dhikrullah, the du’aa and a short lecture on Islam. As part of the adhkaar, the ’Ibaad-u-Ragmaan Qadiri Jamaa’ah promises to send more than the usual amount of salawaat (greetings and salutations) on the Holy Prophet Muhammad (May Allah Convey His Peace and Blessings upon the Caring Prophet). A piping warm meal will be served afterwards.
      For return bus tickets to Touw’s River, please call Haji Bienjamien Abrahams of 10 6th Street, Kensington 7405, Western Cape, South Africa, at home telephone number (021) 593-6585, or at cellular telephone number 0827728381.
      To know more about this, kindly get in touch with Haji Ismail or Hajja Bashiera Bhyat, location, Nuwedam, Touw’s River 6880, Western Cape, South Africa, telephone (023) 358-1120, cellular telephone 0833004387.
      A contact person is Haji Mogamat Faiz Isaacs, address, 48 Tennyson Street, Mandalay 7785, Western Cape, South Africa; home telephone (021) 387-2737, or on mobile telephone number 0799153206.
      For further information, please speak to Haji Achmat Lalkhen, residence, 25 Raglan Avenue, Crawford 7780, Western Cape, South Africa; telephone number: (021) 697-1474, cellular telephone number 0828237545.

    4. Achmat Damon March 7th, 2010 at 6:34 pm

      On Saturday, 1st May 2010, the ’Ibaad-u-Ragmaan Qadiri Jamaa’ah will add to their good works by cooperating in adhkaar with the community at Masjid al-Munawwarah on Concert Boulevard in Square Hill, Retreat. The dhikrullah will commence with the Maghrib Salaah and should complete after the necessary Islamic nightfall prayer. Maulana Sharief Stoffels will deliver a short lecture afterwards. All are welcome.
      To know more about this, kindly get in touch with the Mosque Secretary, Haji Mogammad Noor Willoughby of Golden Road, Retreat 7945, Western Cape, South Africa; home telephone number +2721 715-7781, mosque telephone +2721 712-8805, or at cellular telephone 0834747432.
      For further information, please speak to Maulana Sharief Stoffels of 54 Sibelius Avenue, Retreat 7945, Western Cape, South Africa; telephone number +2721 702-2226, or at cellular telephone number 0734386809.
      A further contact is the Mosque President, Haji Abduroaf Salie who lives at 100 Allenby Drive, Retreat 7945, Western Cape, South Africa; home telephone +2721 701-2698, cellular telephone 0842061009.
      Interested persons may get in touch with the Mosque Treasurer, Haji Abdul Maliek Hercules of 11 Daisy Hill Road, Retreat 7945, Western Cape, South Africa; home telephone +2721 701-9589, cellular telephone 0833411840.
      Another contact person is Haji Abbas Abrahams, residence 10 Farnmouth Road, Retreat 7945, Western Cape, South Africa; telephone number +2721 701-9506, or +2721 701-1724.

    5. Achmat Damon May 5th, 2010 at 3:50 am

      Maulana Dawood Sampson invites everyone to al-Masjied al-Sabr in Blackbird Avenue, Parkwood Estate in the Western Cape, South Africa for an evening of adhkaar. Events on Saturday, 5th June 2010 will include the Maghrib Salaah, the dhikrullah, the ‘Isha Salaah, the continuation of the dhikr and the du’aa. Maulana Sampson will address the congregants after that. The ’Ibaad-u-Ragmaan Qadiri Jamaa’ah, thankful for being part of the community of Islam, will contribute their time and efforts to this occasion.
      Interested persons may talk to the Mosque Secretary, Haji Riedwaan Blake of 17 Wattle Road, Parkwood Estate 7945, Western Cape, South Africa; telephone +2721 705-3006 or +2721 705-8965, cellular number 0823777326.
      For further information, please talk to the Mosque Chairman, Haji Yusuf Baroochi. He lives at 13 Vrede Road, Grassy Park 7945, Western Cape, South Africa; telephone number +2721 705-6909, or at mobile telephone number 0834081072.
      To learn more about this gathering, kindly get in touch with Maulana Dawood Sampson at 10 11th Avenue, Eagle Park 7945, Western Cape, South Africa; home telephone number +2721 396-4555, or at mobile telephone number 0822591724.

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