After standing up from the ruku, there is a dua that must be read. The standing position of the ruku in prayer is also called I’tidal, which is the law of doing I’tidal. It is mandatory because it includes one of the pillars of prayer. On this occasion, we will share the dua after standing up from the ruku.
In the I’tidal language, it means to make something straight and upright. And in terms of I’tidal, it is a form of movement to rise from the ruku’ and bow down perpendicularly and straight. The law of doing I’tidal is mandatory while reading the dua is only sunnah. So if you do I’tidal but don’t read duas, then your prayers are still valid.
What to say when standing up from Ruku
Before entering into the dua reading after ruku, there is a dua that must be read when moving independently from the ruku. This dua is also commonly called the following Tasmi, which must be said:
سَمِعَ اللَّهُ لِمَنْ حَمِدَهُ
“Sami’allaahu liman hamidah”
Dua After Standing From Ruku
Then when it has been upright from the ruku read the following dua:
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Dua After Standing From Ruku In Arabic
رَبَّنَا وَلَكَ الْحَمْدُ، حَمْدًا كَثِيْرًا طَيِّبًا مُبَارَكًا فِيْهِ
Dua After Standing From Ruku In English
“Robbanaa wa lakal hamdu hamdan katsiiron thoyyiban mubaarokan fiih”
Dua After Standing From Ruku Transliteration
“Our Lord, to You is the praise due, the praise in abundance, pure and blessed”
“Robbanaa lakal hamdu mil assamaawaati wa mil al ardhi wa mil a maa shi’ta min shai in ba’du ahlutstsanaa i walmajdi a haqqu maa qoolal ‘abdu wa kullunaa laka ‘abdan, Allaahumma laa maa ni’a limaa a’toyta wa laa mu’tiya limaa mana’ta wa laa yanfa’u dhaal jaddi minkal jaddu”
Hadith About Dua After Ruku
- Allah’s Messenger, Sallallahu ‘Alaihi Wasallam, concluded his prayer and he said: Who has just recited? (The person said): It is me. Whereupon he said: I saw more than thirty angels trying to vie with one another as to who should first record it (Bukhari: 799).
- Abdullah bin Abi Aufa, Radhiyallahu Anhu, reported that when Allah’s Messenger, Sallallahu ‘Alaihi Wasallam, raised up his back from bowing, he used to say: Sami’allaahu liman hamidah Allaahumma robbanaa lakal hamdu mil assamaawaati wa mil al ardhi wa mil a maa shi’ta min shaiim ba’du. Allah listened to one who praised Him, O Allah, our Lord, to You is all the praise, filling the heavens and the earth and filling whatever You wish besides them. (Muslim: 476)