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      How to perform them?

      14 at a time.

      What is the procedure?

      Please do not make it sound like a really complicated thing as is the habit of some muslims. I know it is simple but need to know exactly how it is done without making it sound like rocket science.

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      you can do sajdah right away when you read the ayaah for it... (recommended)

      you can also do all of them at the end as long as you do them and not forget them...

      The procedure is fairly simple...

      you just say Allah-o-Akbar and go into the sajdah -read the tasbeeh of sajdah and say Allah-o-akbar to raise up... and that's about it.
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      You should perform the sajda after the ayat.

      Quote Originally Posted by Mufti Ebrahim Desai
      Sajda-e-Tilawat is simply to make sajda by saying Allahu-Akbar, going into sajda, and reciting three times 'Subhaana rabbi-al a'alaa'. There is no need to stand or even raise the hands, as one would do when commencing Salat. There is also no salam on any side after making the sajda. And Allah Knows Best.

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      AQ,

      Do a sajdah then rise up and then the 2nd sajdah and continue the same till all the 14 have been completed. is that correct?



      cricketplaya,

      Which ayat? There is no ayat other than "Subhana Rabbi Al Azeem". And this should be performed while in sajdah, not after.

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      Since Sajdah a tilawat is wajib for reciter and listener both , in some cases the listener cannot perform the sajdah right away , they can do it later.
      Now a question. You perform sajdah when a live reciter is reciting Quran or you have to do it aslo while you are listening to a recording , radio , TV .
      Can anybody help out with the answer to this question ?
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      Quote Originally Posted by Ambassador1 View Post
      AQ,

      Do a sajdah then rise up and then the 2nd sajdah and continue the same till all the 14 have been completed. is that correct?
      yes
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      cricketplaya,

      Which ayat? There is no ayat other than "Subhana Rabbi Al Azeem". And this should be performed while in sajdah, not after.
      the tasbeeh of sajdaa is "Subhana Rabbiyal Aa'laa" as noted by Cricketplaya... the other one you mentioned is for Ruku
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      Mirch, not every one is a 'hafiz' of Quran to know what part has a sajdah compulsory so it on radio / tv, how does one know?

      AQ, yeah I meant "Subhana Rabbiyal Aa'laa". Wrote the ruku tasbeeh by mistake.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Ambassador1 View Post
      Mirch, not every one is a 'hafiz' of Quran to know what part has a sajdah compulsory so it on radio / tv, how does one know?

      AQ, yeah I meant "Subhana Rabbiyal Aa'laa". Wrote the ruku tasbeeh by mistake.
      Sure you are 100 percent right about that , but many people know where a Sajdah is wajib so my question is on behalf of those who know where a sajda is wajib and they are listening to recording ,radio or TV.
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      Quote Originally Posted by Ambassador1 View Post
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      cricketplaya,

      Which ayat? There is no ayat other than "Subhana Rabbi Al Azeem". And this should be performed while in sajdah, not after.

      Ayat meaning the ayat that you read that requires the sajda-e-tilawat.

      Mirch, the sajda is not neccessary when you listen to recording (on radio/tv/cd/cassette).. it is neccassary when you listen it live though.

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      hmmmm this is new to me so can anyone give me an example ayat fom the quran where u need to do sajda,
      or wat markings are used to clarify that u need to do it so i knw wat to look out for

      JazakAllah
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      ^ here is the list of ayats:

      1. Surah Al A'Raf (7) Ayat 206
      2. Surah Al Ra'd (13) Ayat 15
      3. Surah Al Nahl (16) Ayat 50
      4. Surah Bani Israil (17) Ayat 109
      5. Surah Maryum (19) Ayat 58
      6. Surah Al Haj (22) Ayat 18
      7. Surah Al Haj (22) Ayat 77 ( wajib for Shafi)
      8. Surah Al Farqan (25) Ayat 60
      9. Surah Al Naml (27) Ayat 26
      10. Surah As Sajdah (32) Ayat 15
      11. Surah Sa'd (38) Ayat 24 ( wajib for Hanafi)
      12. Surah Hamim Sajdah (41) Ayat 38
      13. Surah Al Najam (53) Ayat 62
      14. Surah Inshiqaq (84) Ayat 21
      15. Surah Al Alaq (96) Ayat 19

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      Quote Originally Posted by sweetu View Post
      hmmmm this is new to me so can anyone give me an example ayat fom the quran where u need to do sajda,
      or wat markings are used to clarify that u need to do it so i knw wat to look out for

      JazakAllah
      it will read "al-sajda" at every place where u r suppose to perform a sajda.

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      Quote Originally Posted by cricketplaya View Post
      ^ here is the list of ayats:

      1. Surah Al A'Raf (7) Ayat 206
      2. Surah Al Ra'd (13) Ayat 15
      3. Surah Al Nahl (16) Ayat 50
      4. Surah Bani Israil (17) Ayat 109
      5. Surah Maryum (19) Ayat 58
      6. Surah Al Haj (22) Ayat 18
      7. Surah Al Haj (22) Ayat 77 ( wajib for Shafi)
      8. Surah Al Farqan (25) Ayat 60
      9. Surah Al Naml (27) Ayat 26
      10. Surah As Sajdah (32) Ayat 15
      11. Surah Sa'd (38) Ayat 24 ( wajib for Hanafi)
      12. Surah Hamim Sajdah (41) Ayat 38
      13. Surah Al Najam (53) Ayat 62
      14. Surah Inshiqaq (84) Ayat 21
      15. Surah Al Alaq (96) Ayat 19

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      Ru a Quran hafiz or is this from reference? just curious!

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      ^nooo!

      i put up the reference, look again "tariqjamil.org"

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      Quote Originally Posted by cricketplaya View Post
      ^nooo!

      i put up the reference, look again "tariqjamil.org"
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