Mashallah Tabarakallah

Mashallah tabarakallah

Our beloved Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) said:

“The most beloved of deeds to Allah are those that are most consistent, even if it is small.” (Bukhari).

How good it will be if we make Dhikr of Allah a part of our everyday life? This way, we will be doing a good deed consistently. Also, as a Muslim, Islam should be a prominent part of our lifestyles. Remembering Allah SWT brings lots of blessings for us and also makes us worthy of Allah’s love.

 Mashallah Tabarakallah is one such Arabic phrase that can help us in gaining the reward for a good deed along with being a part of our routine conversations. Hence, let’s know about this phrase- Mashallah Tabarakallah deeply and reflect on it.

Meaning of Mashallah Tabarakallah

Mashallah meaning

The literal meaning of the Arabic word Mashallah is “what Allah has willed has happened.” And the Arabic word Tabarakallah literally means “may Allah bless.” It should be noted that in both of these words we are remembering Allah in the part of our conversation. These words can be used interchangeably too. And should definitely be used often to gain the blessings of the Almighty. These two phrases are many times used interchangeably too.

Mashallah Tabarakallah in Arabic

ما شاء الله تبارك الله

When to say- Mashallah Tabarakallah


It is no hidden fact that anyone can hear Muslims saying Mashallah or Tabarakallah very often. Whenever we see the bounties of Allah, for example, a beautiful thing we say Mashallah without any hesitation. It has become a routine thing in many Muslim culture. Hence, Mashallah Tabarakallah can be used to thank Allah, to gratify his bounties, to praise his creations, or to protect ourselves from the evil eye.

Note: Some people have a habit of saying just Mashallah where is some say only Tabarakallah. And both of them are right. There is no hadith that mentions that Mashallah Tabarakallah should be said together. Saying them together can be a great improvement as we get to Mention Allah twice however it is not mandatory.

Examples of saying Mashallah Tabarakallah

  1. Maha’s daughter is so beautiful. Mashallah Tabarakallah

Here, we are praising Allah SWT and also invoking his blessings.

  • Mashallah Tabarakallah, may you get a good rank in your exam and continue to excel in all of your tests and exams in life.
  • I had a bad headache but now I am feeling well. mashallah Tabarakallah.
  • It is nice meeting you. You are such a sweet and jolly person. Mashallah Tabarakallah.
  • Mashallah Tabarakallah this is such a beautiful garden and house.

Benefits of saying Mashallah Tabarakallah

So remember Me; I will remember you. And be grateful to Me and do not deny Me.” (Al-Baqara 2: Verse 152)

  1. Undoubtedly, Saying Mashallah Tabarakallah is the best way to remember Allah all the time. Not only that, by saying this phrase we are also asking Allah for His blessings.
  • Mashallah Tabarakallah is a kind of protection from evil eyes.

Abu Dharr reported: The Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him, said, “Verily, the evil eye might attach itself to a man by permission of Allah, until he climbs a tall mountain and then throws himself off it.”

(Musnad Aḥmad 21471)

Such is the effect of an evil eye. It should be noted that we may put off evil eyes without any intention of jealousy too. So we should say Mashallah Tabarakallah whenever we see anything beautiful or happy.

  • It is a great as well as an easy way of earning the rewards.
  • It is a kind of Dua that we supplicate for our fellow Muslims on their achievements and happiness.
  • When we develop the habit of saying Mashallah Tabarakallah, we also make people around us learn about it. This is a good way specially for parents who wants their children to learn everything about Islam.

Resposes to Mashallah Tabarakallah

It is not mandatory or Sunnah to say anything in response to Mashallah Tabarakallah. However, we can still give or return blessings for the person who said this phrase for us.

And when you are greeted with a greeting, greet with a better (greeting) than it or return it; surely Allah takes account of all things. Sūrah An-Nisaa (No. 4), verse 86

Hence, our response can be better or equivalent to Mashallah Tabarakallah.

  1. Barakallahu Feekum

This is another Arabic phrase which means- May Allah bless you. We can use it in response to Mashallah Tabarakallah and invoke Allah’s blessings for the other person as well.

  • JazakAllah Khair

This Arabic phrase means- May Allah reward you with goodness”. It is indeed an appropriate response as we acknowledge other people’s goodness and also ask for blessings from Allah SWT for him.

Mention of Tabarakallah in the Quran

There are many Surahs that mention the word Tabarakallah in their verse. This helps us in knowing not only its importance but also its meaning within the verses.

  • It is worthy to note here that Surah Al-Mulk (no. 67) is also known as Surah Tabarak.
  • Mention of Tabarakallah in Surah Al- A’raf, verse 54.

تَبَارَكَ اللَّهُ رَبُّ الْعٰلَمِينَ

(tabaarakal laahu Rabbul ‘aalameen)

…blessed is Allah, Lord of the worlds.”

  • Mention of Tabarakallah in Surah Furqaan, verse 1

تَبَارَكَ ٱلَّذِى نَزَّلَ ٱلْفُرْقَانَ عَلَىٰ عَبْدِهِۦ لِيَكُونَ لِلْعَـٰلَمِينَ نَذِيرًا

Tabaarakal lazee nazzalal Furqaana ‘Alaa ‘abdihee li yakoona lil’aalameena nazeera

Blessed is the One Who has sent down the Criterion to His slave, so that he may be a warner to the worlds

تَبَـٰرَكَ ٱسْمُ رَبِّكَ ذِى ٱلْجَلَـٰلِ وَٱلْإِكْرَامِ

Tabaarak asmu Rabbika Zil-Jalaali wal-Ikraam

Blessed is the Name of your Lord, full of Majesty and Honour


Indeed, there is a great importance of saying Mashallah Tabarakallah and inculcating it in our day to day life. By learning the small things and keeping the presence of Allah always in our mind and heart, we can create a better environment for our children and Muslim brothers and sisters too.

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