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subha

(ˈsuːbaː)
n
(Islam) Islam a string of beads used in praying and meditating
[from Arabic]
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Indian father of four Mohammad Aftab Alam clutched a printout of his 15-year-old son Mohammed Perwez's picture in his left hand, and a misbaha (Islamic prayer beads) in his right.
There were perfumed, engraved, and of different lengths with 33, 99 or 500 beads,' she adds about her huge tasbeeh or misbaha collection.
I was visiting a third grade recently when we got into a conversation about prayer beads and how pretty much every religion has some form of prayer beads, from the Catholic rosary to Buddhist malas to Islamic misbaha, which have 99 beads to signify the 99 names of God.
While the new fad comes in all colors and styles, Basel Bou Monsef, a psychology major at Notre Dame University, compared them to a modern misbaha, traditional strings of prayer beads.
For Islam he used misbaha, for Christianity he used the holy trinity prayer, for Judaism he used the torah, and for Buddhism symbol of reverence (the touching palms).
A misbaha (Arabic) or tasbih (Persian and Urdu) is a string of prayer beads often used by Muslims to help count the various Wills of God.
Khan said that withdrawing from SundayA's game was MisbahA's own decision.
DOHA The sibha or misbaha is well known even to those who may not have known its Arabic name, as many Qatari men are seen holding one.
Over the years I have accumulated stories about Baba Yona like pearls on a string and play with these beads, just as he played with the beads on his misbaha, the traditional Muslim prayer beads.
A hobby of a Kuwaiti man to collect Misbaha (prayer beads), particularly those made of amber, had turned into a booming trade in Kuwait that has become a hub for it in the Gulf and Middle East regions.
1; 2; 3; 4; DEFENDING FAMILY: Mohammed Razaq with his children Hasan, Sabahat, Misbaha, Irqa and Mohammed holding Kinza at the shop on Station road, Norton, Stockton.
"They are like the misbaha revisited," says Kosremelli.