Cananımdan Can istedim lütfedildi bize Can,

Bütün alem oldu Can, Canla kaldık Canla Can,

Eğer her kim ister ise hemen gelsin bizde Can,

Evvel duyduk sonra uyduk cümle olduk, Canla Can.



 After repeating: “Rabbena lekel hamd” and ALLAH u AKBAR, we go into prostration, and when done sincerely and from the heart an enormous accomplishment takes place; otherwise, we cheat ourselves in delusion. In fact, prostration must be heartfelt and this is its most significant aspect.

Rabbena lekel hamd

Rabbena lekel hamd
 After standing up and going into prostration we recite “Rabbena lekel hamd” forty times, and while meditating on this phrase, we must do so with much awareness.  “Rabbena lekel hamd” means “All our praise is only for you dear God (Rabb).” 
 If we are unable to reach the Truth on our journey to Hakk, we might develop and start believing imaginary ideas of the Creator. 

Semi Allahu Limen Hamiden

Semi Allahu Limen Hamiden 
 When we return to the standing position, we repeat the phrase “Semi Allahu limen hamideh” forty times which means “Allahu teala c.c. clearly hears all of His creatures praises, including the praises from human beings.”
 It should be noted that a human being’s praise of Allah is actually Allah’s c.c. praise to Allah c.c.


 After completing the Sura Zammi, it is time for the next position called Ruku in which we bend forward.  
 Everyday we go into this position forty times and repeat “Subhane rabbiyel Azim” at least 120 times.  “Subhane rabbiyel Azim.” means “My dear Almighty (Rabb) I acknowledge your perfection and greatness.” 
 When we recite the first Sura Subhaneke we accept His perfection, and the second time we recite it, we are acknowledging it; it is Allah c.c. recognizing Allah c.c.


 A tekbir is the repetition of the phrase “ALLAHU AKBAR.”
 Although the meaning of all the tekbirs repeated in salat will be discussed in more detail under the section “Ezan-i Muhammedi,” we will briefly discuss the numerical facts of the total number of tekbirs we repeat. 

The Sura Fatiha

The Sura Fatiha
 The next sura is called Fatiha, and it starts with “Elhamdulillahi Rabbil alemin.”
 It is only due to the preparations taken thus far that one is able to reach the proper state necessary to fully recite the Sura Fatiha. During the course of a day, one repeats the Sura Fatiha forty times. 


 After reciting “Subhaneke Euzu besmele,” “Euzu Billahi minesseytanirracim bismillahirrahmanirrahim” is stated.   
 “Euzu billahi” means “We take refuge in the name of Allah.”  From whom do we take refuge?  We take refuge from the accursed Satan, the one who was expelled and stoned.
  We then say, “bismillahirrahmanirrahim,” which means “In the name of Allah, the most merciful and most compassionate.”


 Once we face Hakk with sincere and pure intentions, after we pause for a brief moment of silence we commence reciting the Subhaneke Prayer as follows: “Bismillah ir rahman ir rahim. Subhaneke Allahumme ve bihamdike, ve tebarekesmuke, ve teala cedduke, ve la ilahe gayruke.” 

Abone ol



Ey yolcu biraz gel dinle beni.

Kervan yürüyor sen kalma geri.

Nûsret denilen derya gezeri.

Hatmetti bu gün seyru seferi.


Dost, dost, dost, dost.

Devrane uyup seyran edelim.


        Eyvah, vah, vah, vah demeden

ALLAH diyelim.

Lâ ilâhe illâllah, lâ ilâhe illâllah.

Lâ ilâhe illâllah, Hûû.



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Beş on dakikanı et feda.
Güzel ömrün, olmasın heba.
Gelir misin dünyaya bir daha?

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Her derdinin ilacı.
Çözümün nuru namaz.

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Deryasından uyandık.

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Nasr'ından uyandık.