Alhamduallah | Islamic calligraphy art
Alhamdulillah (also known as the Tahmid) is An Arabic expression (Arabic: الحَمْد لله) of relief, meaning “Praise be to Allah (God)”. It is a phrase that Muslims often use in conversation, especially when thanking God for blessings or when achieving something out of hardship.
An Arabic expression of relief, meaning “Praise God”, and it is commonly uttered when achieving something out of hardship or basically what one finds approving. It is equivalent to the word usage ‘Hallelujah.’
After all the hardship I’ve gone through in studying as a scholarship student with a part-time job to earn my living, I have finally graduated with honours. Alhamdulillah!
Jabir ibn Abd-Allah wrote in a hadith that Muhammad, said: “The best remembrance of God is to repeat La ilaha ilallah and the best prayer (du’a) is Alhamdulillah (all praise belongs to God).” (Narrated by Nasa’i, Ibn Majah, and Hakim who declared its chain ‘sound’.)
Abu Huraira wrote that Muhammad said: “Any matter of importance which is not begun with Alhumdulillah remains defective.” From Abu Dawood
Anas bin Malik wrote that Muhammad said: “God is pleased with his slave who says, ‘Alhumdulillah’ when he takes a morsel of food and drinks a draught of water.”