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Order of Dhikr After Prayer – Dhikr or practice carried out by Muslims after performing prayer is a recommendation agreed upon by many scholars.
Because it is a practice that is loved by Allah and the Prophet SAW. Because there is no other way to remember Allah SWT except by dhikr.
As Allah SWT has enshrined the command of his servant to recite:
So remember Me, I will remember you, and give thanks to Me, and do not disbelieve.
Fażkurūnī ażkurkum wasykurū lī wa la takfurūn(i).
It means :
So, remember me, I will remember you too. Give thanks to Me and do not deny Me.
However, in the method of reciting dhikr after prayer, there are procedures that have been taught by scholars from generation to generation, not haphazardly. For more details regarding the order of dhikr, see this article.
Understanding Dhikr According to Ulama
According to the scholars, “dhikr” is remembering, saying and contemplating the names of Allah and holy sentences with a humble and conscious heart.
Dhikr is also a form of worship that Allah SWT commands to his servants with the aim of remembering Allah.
Scholars believe that dhikr has the power to draw closer to Allah, cleanse the soul, and strengthen faith.
Dhikr can be done verbally or mentally, and has various forms such as tasbih, tahmid, takbir, and tahlil.
In fact, if we examine it carefully, the prayer that is performed is also a form of dhikr remembering Allah SWT.
On the other hand, if prayer is dhikr, you don’t remember Allah and even remember other things. It could be that the prayer that is performed does not actually have the value of dhikr, namely remembering Allah SWT.
This is the order of dhikr after prayer according to the ulama
As stated above, carrying out dhikr of Allah SWT is not haphazard. However, there are procedures according to what has been taught by scholars for generations.
Doing dhikr by following this sequence is one way to achieve the prayer or wish that you want to be granted.
Because indirectly the dhikr that is said will be said from him to Rasulullah SAW. The danger is that if the dhikr or prayer offered does not have a sanad, it may not reach Allah SWT. Therefore, see below the order of dhikr after prayer.
Read Istighfar three times
The first order of dhikr after prayer is to read istighfar three times.
It means :
“Forgive me ya Allah“
The second order that can be read is the dhikr antassalam, this dhikr is certainly familiar to hear.
O Allah, You are peace, and from You is peace, Blessed are you, O Possessor of majesty and honor.
Allahumma antas Salaam wa minkas Salaam tabaarokta yaa dzal jalaali wal ikrom.
It means :
“O God, You are the giver of salvation, and salvation comes from You, Glory be to You, O God, Owner of Majesty and Glory,”.
Read the dhikr as below 10 times
The next sequence regarding dhikr that can be read is the Dhikr reading as below:
There is no god worthy of worship except Allah alone, there is no partner for Him, to Him is the power and to Him all praise, and He is Almighty in all things. O Allah, there is no obstacle to what You have given, and there is no giver of what He has given. kept secret.T, and grandfather will not benefit from you.
Laa ilaaha illallahu wahdahu laa shariika lahu, lahul-mulku wa lahul-hamdu, biyadihil-khairi, yuhyii wa yumiitu wa huwa ‘alaa kulli syai’in qadiir. (10x).
It means :
“There is no god worthy of worship except Allah, the Almighty. No one associates anything with Him. All power and kingdom belong to Him, and all forms of praise are due to Him alone. Goodness is in His control, He is the Giver of Life and the Giver of Death. He is the one who has absolute power over everything.”
Read the dhikr as below three times
After reading the dhikr as above ten times, then read the dhikr below three times.
Oh God, keep me from hell
Allahumma ajirnii minan-naar (Three times).
It means :
“Oh God protect me from hell”
Then read Dhikr like this
The dhikr as above has been read 3 times then continued by reading the dhikr below:
There is no god worthy of worship except Allah alone, there is no partner for Him, to Him is the power, to Him is all praise, and He is Almighty in all things. There is no power and strength except in Allah, there is no god but Allah, and we worship none other than Him, to Him is the blessing, to Him is the blessing, and to Him is all praise, there is no god but Allah, my Savior, the religion is his, even though the unbelievers hate it.
There is no god but Allah, and there is no god but Allah, and there is no god but Allah. There is no haula or quwwata except billaahi, there is no god but Allah, there is no na’budu except Iyyaahu, there is no blessing, there is no fadhlu, there is no tsanaaul-husna, there is no god but Allah, there is mukhlishiina, there is no law, there are no infidels
It means :
There is no god but Allah SWT, He has no partners. To Him is the kingdom and to Him is all praise. All goodness is in His hands, and He is Almighty over all things. There is no power and strength except with Allah’s help. There is no god but Allah, and only Him we worship. To Him are all blessings, blessings and beautiful praise. There is no god but Allah, we sincerely worship Him, even though the disbelievers don’t like it.
After the dhikr as above has been read, then read the dhikr subhanallah 33 times.
Praise the Lord
Subhanallah (Thirty three times),
It means : You are holy, Lord
After reading Subhanallah thirty-three times, continue by reading Alhamdulillah the same number of times.
Thank God (33 x)
Thank God (Thirty Three Times)
It means : All Praise Belongs to God (Thirty-Three Times)
Read Allahu Akbar
After that, continue by reading Allahu Akbar thirty-three times.
God is Great (33 x)
Allahu Akbar (Thirty Three Times)
It means : Almighty God
Continue reading Dhikr as below
After that, continue reading the dhikr by reading the sentence below once.
There is no god but Allah alone, He has no partners, His is the power, His is the praise, and He is Almighty in all things.
Laa ilaha illallah wahdahu laa sharia lah. Lahul mulku wa lahul hamdu wa huwa ‘ala kulli syai-in qodiir
It means :
There is no God except God Almighty, no one associates anyone with Him. To Him belongs the kingdom and honor. He is the Almighty over all things.”
Then read the Ayat Kursi
After you have read all the dhikr readings above, then read the verse of the chair. Regarding the chair verse, of course many have memorized it because it is often read and listened to.
However, to make it easier to read, read the verse on the chair below:
Allah, there is no god but Him, the Almighty, the Almighty, sleep and slumber cannot control you, to Him belongs whatever is in the heavens and whatever is on the earth, who can intercede with Him except with permission? His? He knows what is before them and what is behind them, and they cannot understand His knowledge except with Him. Whatever He wills, His Throne covers the heavens and the earth. ۖ He does not want to keep them, and He is the Most High, the Most Great.
There is no god but Allah, al-hayyul qayyum, there is no takhudzuhu sinatuw-wa, there is no nauum. Lahuu maa fis-samaawaati wa maa fil-ardhi, man dzal-ladzii yasyfa’u ‘indahu illa biidznih, ya’lamu maa baina aidiihim wamaa khalfahum, or yuhituna bi syaiin-min ‘ilmihi illa bimaa syaa, wasi’a Kursiyyuhussamaawati wal- ardhi, wa laa ya`udhu hifzhuhuma wahuwal-‘aliyyul-‘azhiim.
It means :
Allah, there is no god but Him, the One who lives and always cares for His creatures. He did not experience fatigue or sleep. Everything in the heavens and on the earth belongs to Him. No one can intercede before Him without His permission. He knows what is in front of them and what is behind them. They do not understand anything from His knowledge except what He wills. His knowledge and power encompass the heavens and the earth, and He maintains both without difficulty. He is the Greatest and Most High.
Read a prayer like the one below
After the verse of the chair is read correctly until it is finished, then continue reading the dhikr as below:
O Allah, I asked You for useful knowledge, and they received it well and accordingly
Allahumma who is the as-aluka ‘of weak children, who provides for them, who forgives their morals.
It means :
“O Lord, help me remember You, and thank You and worship You well”
The prayer above is a short prayer which includes a series of dhikr after prayer which means gratitude to Allah SWT.
Ends by reading Surahs Al-Ikhlas, Al-Falaq and An-Nas
After finishing reading a short prayer like the one above, then close the dhikr by reading short letters.
The short letter that is read as a closing dhikr after prayer is as follows:
Say: there is no god but Allah
Qul huwallāhu aḥad (un).
It means : Say (Prophet Muhammad), “He is the Almighty God.
May Allah be pleased with him
It means : God is the place to ask for everything.
unborn and childless
Lam yalid wa lam yūlad.
It means : He neither begets nor begets
And there is no one equal to him.
Wa lam yakul lahū kufuwan aḥad(un).
It means : And there is nothing equal to Him.”
Say, “I seek refuge in God the Creator.”
Gül a’ūżu birabbil-falaq(i).
It means : Say (Prophet Muhammad), “I seek refuge in Allah who (guards) the dawn (dawn)
From the evil of what He created
Min sharri mā khalaq(a).
It means : From the evil (creatures) He created,
And from the evil of darkness when it approaches you
Who is the best for me?
It means : From the evil of the night when it is pitch black,
And from evil blow the knot
Wa min syarrin-naffāṡāti in ‘ukad(s).
It means : From the evil of the women (witches) who blow on the gussets (strings),
Say, “I seek refuge in the Lord of mankind.”
Qul a’ūżu birabbin(s).
It means : Say (Prophet Muhammad), “I seek refuge in the God of mankind,
King of the people
It means : human king,
It means : Human worship
From obsessive crimes – fraudsters
It means : From the evil whisperer (devil) who is hiding
Which whispers in the human heart
Allażī yuwaswisu fī ṣudūrin-nās(i).
It means : Who whispers (evil) into human breasts,
From Heaven and man ࣖ
Minal jinnati wan-na.
It means : From (classes of) jinn and humans.”
Basically, the order of dhikr after prayer is not only to be read after the five obligatory prayers but can also be read after performing other prayers.
Regarding the information on the order of dhikr and shiolawat above, it refers to the explanation of Ust Abdul Somad and Ust Adi Hidayat.