Thou hast favoured; not (the path) of those who earn Thine anger nor of those who go astray. Amen!

Then some other Sura of the Quran, or a part thereof, should be recited. Here we give four brief Suras along with their translations.

Wal’asr, in-nal insaana lafee khusr, il-lal ladheena aamanu wa aamilus saali-haati wa tawaasau, bil haqqi wa tawaasau bis sabr.

By the Time! Lo, man is in a state of great loss, save those who believe and do good deeds, and exhort one another to truth, and exhort one another to patient perseverance.

Qul huwal laahu ahad, Al-laahus-samad. Lam yalid, wa lam yoolad, walam yakul laahoo kufuwan Ahad.

Say: “It is Allah (Subhaanahu Wata’aalaa), the Unique! Allah (Subhaanahu Wata’aalaa), the eternally besought of all! He begetteth not nor was begotten. And there is none comparable unto Him!”

Qul’aoozu be rabbil falaq, min shar re ma khalaq, wa min shar re ghasiqin iza waqab, wa min shar rin naffasat-i-fil uqad, wa min shar re hassidin iza hasad.

Say: “I seek refuge in the Lord of the Dawn from the mischief of created things; from the mischief of those who practice secret arts; and from the mischief of the envious’ one as he practices envy”.

Qul’aaoozu be rabbil naas, malikin naas, ilaahin naas, min sharril was wasil khannaas, al lazi yo was wiso fi sudoorin naas, minal jin nat-i-wan nas.

Say: “I seek refuge in the Lord and Cherisher of mankind, the King (of Ruler) of mankind, the Allah (Subhaanahu Wata’aalaa) (or Judge) of mankind, from the mischief of the sneaking whisperer, who withdraws (after his whisper), (the same) who whispers into the hearts of mankind among jinns and among men”.

Anyhow, after the Sura of Al-Hamd Sharif some other Sura of the Quran, or a part of it, is to be recited. Only this much of the Quran is recited during each Rakaat of the Namaz, When the recitation has been completed, with the thought of the Majesty and Glory of Allah (Subhaanahu Wata’aalaa) embedded in our hearts, we should say Allah-o-Akbar and perform the Ruku by placing our hands on our knees without bending them and pronounce a number of times the phrase:

Subhaana rabbiyal azeem.

Glory be to my Lord, the most elevated

While reciting the above formula in the Ruku we should also meditate on its meaning, on the Glory and Magnificence of the Lord. Then the head be raised, from the Ruku, saying:

Sami’al laahu liman hamidah.

Allah (Subhaanahu Wata’aalaa) has heard the servant who has praised Him

Rabbanaa lakal Hamd.

Our Lord! Praise be to Thee

Then, again, we should say Allah-o-Akbar from the depth of our hearts and prostrate ourselves before the

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