alhamdulillah in arabic

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alhamdulillah in arabic

alhamdulillah in arabic : الحمد لله

alhamdulillah : الحمد لله 

alhamdulillah meaning : Praises be to Allah

 الْحَمْدُ لِلَّهِ 

Alhamdulillah:  Meaning all praise and thanks belong to Allah alone because He is the originator of everything. To praise or thank something is indirectly praising and thanking Allah because He is its true Creator. Usually translated as Praise be to Allah.

الحمد لله رب العالمين : alhamdulillahi rabbi al alameen

All the praises and thanks be to Allah, the Lord of the 'Alamin (mankind, jinns and all that exists)

1:2 [All] praise is [due] to Allah, Lord of the worlds

Hamdullah or hamdulilah is the short form of saying Alhamdulillah. This is a powerful Arabic word which translates to mean “All praise is due to Allah”.


حَمْد: ثَنَاء praise, commendation, laudation, extolment, extollment, eulogy, encomium, panegyric
الحَمْدُ لِلّهِ، حَمْداً لِلّهِ praise be to God! praised be the Lord! thank God!

alhamdulillah for everything in arabic

الحمد لله على كل شيء - alhamdulillah ala kulli shaei

alhamdulillah jawi

Segala puji bagi Allah

Segala puji bagi Allah

Definition Alhamdulillah

Alhamdulillah (الحمد لله) is an Arabic phrase meaning "Praise to Allah" or "All praise belongs to Allah."
  Al-Hamdu Lillah (all praise and thanks be to Allah) is: all thanks are due purely to Allah, alone, not any of the objects that are being worshipped instead of Him, nor any of His creation.
 The phrase is first found in the first verse of the first surah of the Qur'an.
Al-Hamdu li –Llahi Rabbi l-‘Aalameen
‘Praise be to Allah’
Meaning, He is praised due to His quality of Deity and Lordship:
‘… Allah – The Lord of the Worlds.’
He is praised due to His quality of Mercy:
‘The Most Merciful – the Most Gracious.’
He is praised due to His quality of Sovereignty:
‘Sovereign of the Day of Judgement’

The letters Alif and Lam before the word Hamd serve to encompass all types of thanks and appreciation for Allah, the Exalted.
A Hadith stated, O Allah! All of Al-Hamd is due to You, You own all the ownership, all types of good are in Your Hand and all affairs belong to You.
Tafsir Ibn Kathir)

Hafs mentioned that `Umar said to `Ali, "We know La ilaha illallah, Subhan Allah and Allahu Akbar. What about Al-Hamdu Lillah'' `Ali said, "A statement that Allah liked for Himself, was pleased with for Himself and He likes that it be repeated.'' Also, Ibn `Abbas said, "Al-Hamdu Lillah is the statement of appreciation. When the servant says Al-Hamdu Lillah, Allah says, `My servant has praised Me.'' Ibn Abi Hatim recorded this Hadith.
(source Tafsir Ibn Kathir)


Definition: A phrase that Muslims often use in conversation, meaning "Praise be to Allah."
In everyday speech it simply means "Thank to Allah!"

Pronunciation: al-ham-doo-li-lah 

In What Situation We Should Say Alhamdulillah.

In Islam, Alhamdulillah is used in some of the following situations:


After sneezing.
Alhamdu lillahi
All thanks and praise be to Allah.


Waking up.
Alhamdulillah-hillathee ah-yana ba'da ma ama tana wa ilayhi nushoor.
Many thanks to Allah who has given us life after having giving us death (sleep) and that our final return (on the Day of Qiyaamah End of the world) is to Allah.


After eating or doing good deeds.

Response to "How are you?"
Keifik? or Keifilhal?
Alhamdu lillahi
Thanks to Allah, I am fine.


In general, every time a Muslim desires to praise Allah Almighty, he/she says
Alhamdulillah (الحمد لله).


The prophet Sallahu alayhi wa salam said: "I will teach you something.
After each prayer, say 33 times 'Subhanallah,' 33 times 'Alhamdulillah,' and 33 times 'Allahu akbar.' Almighty Allah will grant you ease."


Al-hamudu lillah Praise be to Allah الحمد لله
Praise be to Allah. Should be said on all occasions and especially after sneezing. Abu Huraira related that the Prophet Muhammad, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, said: 'When any one of you sneezes, then he should say "Al-hamdu lillah", and his brother or friend (who listens) should respond by saying "Yarhamuka Allah", (Allah have mercy upon you