Remembrance or awareness of Allah which can be stimulated by the invocations of His Divine Names and other formulae from the Qur'an and sayings of the Prophet and his beloved family. From the verb dhakara, to remember, think, to relate. Derivations include mudhakkir, one who reminds himself (thereby admonishing himself), and dhakar, male.
Remembrance of Allah, stimulated by the invocation of His Divine Names and other formulae from the Qur`an and sayings of the Prophet. From dhakara, to remember, think, relate; to strike a man on his private parts. Derivatives: tadhkirah, warning, admonition, recollection; dhakar, male.
(plural, adhkar): (literally "remembrance" i.e. of Allah). Remembering Allah should be a constant feature of the Muslim's life. The Prophet (PBUH) also taught some phrases and prayers that help us to remember Allah.
Remembrance of Allah, either through thought or speech.
Remembrance. Remembrance of Allah in one's heart or be reciting His names or sections from the Qur'an.
(pl. adhkaar): "remembrance", words by which Allaah is remembered and supplicated on doing various actions, including in prayer.
dhikr Allah, the remembrance of God; remembrance of the tongue, the heart, and silent remembrance. Often spelled zikr based on Turkish, Persian and Indian pronunciation.
The remembrance of Allah, performed either by the tongue or in the heart.
is remembrance, the recitation of special invocations during and after ritual prayers.
literally remembrance; reminder; evocation. The Qur'ân stresses human forgetfulness, with continual imperatives to remember Allah, one's own mortality, and the day of judgement. The Qur'an refers to itself and earlier revelations as a dhikr (reminder). Dhikr refers both to a divine name or Qur'anic phrase repeatedly chanted, and to the practice of chanting.
remembrance for the sake of Allah.
mention of certain formulae like " subhan Allah," " al-hamdu li-l-lah," etc.
Dhikr , Ø°Ú©Ø± (Zikr in Urdu and Zekr in Persian) (Arabic "pronouncement", "invocation" or "remembrance") is the remembrance of God commanded in the Qur'an for all Muslims. To engage in dhikr is to have awareness of God according to Islam. Dhikr as a devotional act includes the repetition of divine names, supplications and aphorisms from hadith literature, and sections of the Qur'an.