The meaning of Arabic phrase ماشاءالله is “that which God wanted”. ماشاءالله is often said to show appreciation, Dua, Prayer, May Allah increase You All for something happening for a person. It’s a way for Muslims and New Muslims to show respect, and serves as a reminder that everything (Rizq, Health, wealth, knowledge, eeman ) is achieved by the will of God. It’s a way for us to acknowledge that Allah Almighty, the creator of all things in this world, has bestowed upon us a blessing. Appreciate in Arabic is a way to express amazement.
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MASHALLAH IN ARABIC:
In Arabic mashallah: ما شاء الله TO protect from Devil AND JEALOUSY. In Islam, we believed it all thing from to Allah. When Allah gave Much to any person, we say Masha allah . For example, if you just had a new car you would say ‘Masha Allah ’ to show gratitude the gift of Allah has bestowed and to avoid risking the baby’s future health.
MASHALLAH OR INSHALLAH?
These two words (MASHALLAH OR INSHALLAH) These are Two words but have different meaning , which is why it’s easy to get confused between the Mashallah and Inshallah. The difference inshallah is said to wish for a future :
- Mashallah = Allah has willed
- Inshallah = if Allah wills it.
- Example of Inshallah: I hope for getting the new Car, inshallah.
- Example of Mashallah: Mashallah, what a beautiful baby.
MASHALLAH USED IN A SENTENCE AND REPLY:
Some examples we compiled from social media Facebook, Twitter and Whats App profiles of Muslim’s using the word ماشاء الله naturally:
Watching the sun rise fills me with a Happy Mood i can’t express. absolutely gorgeous, ماشاء الله.
ماشاء الله my sweet baby Abdullah. May Allah bless him with this smile throughout his life.
More power to Hijabs and Niqabis as well, out there! Mashallah!
ماشاء الله I’m getting such good marks in Matric Exams even though they’re not that great but it’s still good.
I love his recitation masha’allah!
Arabic Phrases : ما شاء الله
|Subhan Allah||سبحان اللہ
|Bohat Khoob||بہت خوب
|Wah Wah||واہ واہ