All About Sujud Sahwi We Need to Know ~ Hi all readers! I think all of you have heard about sujud sahwi. Or if you do not know about that, in general, the sujud sahwi is prostration that must be done by a Muslim if not doing one or several important things in prayer. The goal is so that someone can perfect his prayer without having to repeat it. Of course, as Muslims, we must know that. That’s why I wrote this article. So, you have to read it to the end!
If you have understood the general explanation of sujud sahwi in the first paragraph, then surely you already understand, that a Muslim does so because there are deficiencies or some deficiencies in the prayers he has done, both in obligatory prayers, such as Fajr prayer (Subuh prayer), Dhur prayer, Asr prayer, Magrib prayer, and Isha prayer, or in the sunnah prayer (recommended prayer), such as Qabliyah prayer, Ba’diyah prayer, Dhuha prayer, Witr prayer, Tarawih prayer, Eid prayer, and so forth.
Now you may be wondering, “How do you make sujud sahwi? When does a Muslim have to do that; after greetings (salam) or before that? What should a muslim say when he does that?”
If we examine the explanation of Islamic law experts about it, then we will find an explanation that says, that sujud sahwi is done twice, like prostration in prayer. He may do that before greetings (salam) or after greetings.
Reading in Sujud Sahwi
As for what a person must say in sujud sahwi is as follows;
سُبْحَانَ مَنْ لَا يَنَامُ وَلَا يَسْهُوْ
Glory to God who does not sleep and does not forget.
One must recite the alimat read up to three times in sujud sahwi.
Now, maybe one of the annother important things about sujud sahwi that we need to know is, what are the reasons that require someone to do sujud sahwi? Of course, we should know about that, because there are indeed some things that require a Muslim to do that.
If we read the explanation of Islamic law about prayer, especially regarding sujud sahwi, then we will find, that there are three things that require someone to do that.
First; if someone has done salam before he completes the prayer.