What is Salawati Sharif, How to Bring? What is the Turkish Meaning?

What is Salavati Serif How To Bring It In Turkish
What is Salawati Sharif, How to Bring? What is the Turkish Meaning?

Mevlid Kandili, which is the 12th day of the month of Rebiyuevvel, merged with Friday. Because of these two blessed days, Muslims started researching to fulfill their worship. The question of what is salawat and how to bring it continues to be a frequent research topic, especially at oil lamp nights. Our Prophet Salavat-i sharifs brought to commemorate the Prophet are usually brought with the help of rosary after the prayers read or after the prayers. There are Hadith Sharifs of our Prophet about bringing salawat. So how is Salavat brought?


Our Prophet To commemorate Muhammad (saas), to send greetings to him means to send salawat. In short, Salawat means Allahumma salli ala Muhammad wa ala ali Muhammad or Sallallaahu 'alaihi wa sallam or 'alaihis-salatu wassalam. Our Prophet It is read by believers to show respect to the descendants of the Prophet Muhammad (SAV). Salavat is the plural of the word salat. Salat means prayer.

How to bring Salawat? What is Salavati Sharif, how is its pronunciation and meaning in Turkish?
Ibn Mas'ud: The Messenger of Allah (saas) said:

“The closest people to me on the Day of Judgment are those who recite salawat on me the most.”

“Whoever forgets to recite salawat on me, he will be made to forget the way to heaven.” (Beyhaki)

The Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him, states:

“There are traveling angels of Allah on earth. They convey the greetings of my ummah to me (immediately).” (Nesai, Sahv, 46)


Salawat is brought as follows;

“Allahumma salli ala Muhammad and ala ali Muhammadin, kemâ salleyte ala Ibrahima wa ala ali Ibrahim, inneke hamidun majid.” is in the form.

The shortest form of salawat is;

“Allahumma salli ala Muhammad wa ala ali Muhammad.” is said as.

Meaning: O Allah, salute our Lord, our elder Muhammad,

Other types of salawat are as follows;

Salla Allahu 'alaihi wa sallam or 'alaihis-salatu wassalam

Allahumma salli ala sayyidina Muhammad and ala ali sayyidina Muhammad"

“Sall-Allâhu ’alaihi wa sallam”

“Assalatu wassalamu aleyke O Rasulallah”


  • Salawat is a means of forgiveness of sins.
  • Hz. Muhammad (SAV) will be with him.
  • Allah's mercy descends on the person who sends salawat
  • The name of the person who brought the Salawat is HZ. It is transmitted to Muhammad (SAV).
  • The person who brings salawat does not see poverty.
  • The troubles of the person who brings the Salawat are removed.
  • Giving Salawat is more than giving alms.

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