Arabic Calligraphy of ALHAMDULILLAHI RABBIL ALAMIN "الحمد لله رب العالمين", in Thuluth Script "خط الثلث", the second verse of the first surah of the Quran. It is also one of the sentences most commonly repeated by Muslims in their lives, in a variety of situations, this verse belongs to Al-Fatiha, a surah that is an obligatory part of the salah (prayer) and hence is recited daily. Other than being recited daily during the five prayers, Muslims also strive to recite this expression during other activities throughout their daily lives. Muslims recite the bismillah before performing any work; and when they finish, they thank God for his favors by reciting this verse. They are taught to strive to be grateful to God for his blessings and thus this verse is a statement of thanks, appreciation, and gratitude to God. Quran also signals a suggestion to finish the prayers by reciting this sentence in chapter Yunus verse 10 in the Quran.
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