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ABOUT THE NUMERICAL VALUE
ABOUT 19

THE UN-THINK-ABLE NUMBERS

Num.Value of Al-Hamdulillah + Total Raka'ah/day = Num.Value of La Ilaha Ilallah

The Numerical Value of:

Al Hamdu lillaah

ا لحمد لل

ا

ل

ح

م

د

ل

ل

ه

148

1

30

8

40

4

30

30

5

Raka'ah from Wikipedia

Raka'ah (Arabic: ركعة‎, pl. ركعات raka'āt) are the prescribed movements and words followed by Muslims during salah (worship).

After turning to God in mind (niyyah) and ritual cleansing (wudu), the worshipper will stand quietly (qiyam) while reciting the first verses of the Qur'an. The second part of the rak'ah involves bowing low (ruku') with hands on knees, as if waiting for God's orders. The third movement (sujud) is to prostrate oneself on the ground, with forehead and nose on the floor and elbows raised, in a posture of submission to God. The fourth movement is to sit (julus) with the feet folded under the body. The prayers end as the worshippers turn to the left and right saying, "Peace be upon you, and God's blessing". This action reminds Muslims of the importance of others around them, both in the mosque and in the rest of the world.

It also refers to one unit of Islamic prayer, or salah. Each daily prayer is made up of a different number of raka'at:

  • Fajr The dawn prayer: 2 raka'at
  • Dhuhr The noon prayer: 4 raka'at
  • Asr The afternoon prayer: 4 raka'at
  • Maghrib The sunset prayer: 3 raka'at
  • Isha'a The night prayer: 4 raka'at

The Jumu'ah (Friday prayer) consists of 2 raka'at and is prayed in place of the Dhuhr prayer on Friday.

How many raka'ah Muslims pray per day?

2 + 4 + 4 + 3 + 4 = 17 raka'ah. (except Friday).

If you add the Numerical Value of Alhamdulillah to total raka'ah/day you will find the Num.Value of La Ilaha Ilallah.

148 + 17 = 165

Laa ilaha illallah 

لَا إِلَهَ إِلَّا اللَّهُ

َل

ا ا ل ه ا ل ا ا ل ل ه 165
30 1 1 30 5 1 30 1 1 30 30 5

 

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