So (now) savour the taste that you had forgotten your meeting of this Day. Surely, We have forgotten you. And enjoy the flavour of everlasting torment, a reward for your deeds which you used to do. (as-Sajdah, 32: 14). 32/As-Sajdah-14: So taste (the torment of the Fire) because you forgot the meeting of this (reaching Allah) Day of yours. Surely We (too) forgot you. As-Sajdah-14, Surah 32-The Prostration (As-Sajdah) Verse# 14 / Islam in Quran (Read Qur'an in English, Listen Qur'an). Sajdah # 3: Juz’ 14: Surah Al Nahl (16) Ayat 50 “They all revere their Lord, high above them, and they do all that they are commanded.” Sajdah # 4: Juz’ 15: Surah Al Isra’ (17) Ayat 109 “They fall down on their faces in tears, and it increases their (earnest) humility.” Sajdah # 5: Juz’ 16: Surah Maryam (19) Ayat 58. Recite Ayat No 14 of Surah As-Sajdah in Urdu & English Translation and Arabic Ayat - Verse 32:14 from Surah As-Sajdah Download with Urdu and English Text.There are fifteen places in the Quran where we should perform Sajdah al-tilaawat (prostration of recitation) when reciting them. It was reported from ‘Amr ibn al-‘Aas that the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) recited to him fifteen verses in the Quran where one should prostrate, three of which are in al-Mufassal and two in Surah al-Hajj. It was reported by Abu Dawood, Ibn Maajah, al-Haakim and al-Daaraqutni, and classed as hasan by al-Mundhiri and al-Nawawi. The fifteen aayat are (interpretation of the meanings) :
Questions regarding Sujood al-tilaawah:Q. 1) I know when and how to perform Sujood al-tilaawah, but I do not know WHY we perform it. Please advise.A. 1) Every verse of prostration contains a command to prostrate or severe censure of those who refuse to–thus, believers rush to fulfill this command and to distinguish themselves as those who submit to Allah. The basis of a Divine command is that it establishes an firm duty. And Allah alone gives success.Q. 2) If the Ayat of Sajdah is heard while listening to Tape/Radio, is it necessary to perform the Sujood al-tilaawah?A. 2) If the Ayat of Sajdah is heard on tape recorder or played on radio, Sujood al-tilaawah is not necessary. If the recitation is live on Radio, Sujood al-tilaawah is necessary.Q. 3) During the month of Ramadan the mosque speakers are used in the Taraweeh. The voice is also heard outside the mosque. As the whole Quran is recited in the Taraweeh and obviously Ayat of Sajdah are also recited. Now a person sitting at his home hears those Ayat, is he going to perform those Sujood al-tilaawah?A. 3) Yes.Q. 4) What is the correct way to do Sujood al-tilaawah? Do we need to say Takbir and give salaam to both sides like in salat?A.4) It is prescribed to say takbeer when prostrating, because evidence to that effect is proven in the hadeeth of Ibn ‘Umar (may Allaah be pleased with him). But if the sujood al-tilaawah is done during prayer, then it is obligatory to say takbeer when going down and when coming up, because the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) used to do that in every movement of the prayer, and he said: “Pray as you have seen me praying.” (Narrated by al-Bukhaari in his Saheeh, 595). The same dhikr and du’aa’s are prescribed in sujood al-tilaawah as in the prostration during prayer, because of the general meaning of the ahaadeeth concerning that. Among these du’aa’s are: Allaahumma laka sajadtu wa bika aamantu wa laka aslamtu, sajada wajhi lilladhi khalaqahu wa sawwarahu wa shaqqa sam’ahu wa basarahu bi hawlihi wa quwwatihi, tabaarak Allaahu ahsan al-khaaliqeen (O Allaah, unto You I have prostrated and in You I have believed, and unto You I have submitted. My face has prostrated before Him Who created it and fashioned it, and brought forth its faculties of hearing and seeing by His Might and Power. Blessed is Allaah, the Best of creators). This was narrated by Muslim in his Saheeh, 1290 from the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him); he said that he used to say this dhikr during the prostration of prayer, according to the hadeeth of ‘Ali (may Allaah be pleased with him). We have mentioned above that it is prescribed to say the same in sujood al-tilaawah as in the prostration in prayer. It was narrated that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) used to make du’aa’ when he did sujood al-tilaawah, and he would say: “Allaahumma aktub li biha ‘indaka ajran wa’mhu ‘anni biha wizran waj’alha li ‘indaka dukhran wa taqabbalha minni kama taqabbaltaha min ‘abdika Dawood (O Allaah, record for me a reward for this (prostration), and remove from me a sin. Save it for me and accept it from me just as You accepted it from Your slave Dawood).” (Narrated by al-Tirmidhi, 528).