Tasbih, also known as Misbaha or Prayer Beads, is a set of beads that is commonly used by Muslims for remembrance of Allah (God) and to keep track of the number of times they recite certain prayers or phrases.
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The tasbih typically consists of 33, 99 or 100 beads, and is usually made of materials such as wood, plastic, or precious stones. Muslims hold the tasbih and recite certain phrases or prayers, known as dhikr, which are repeated a specific number of times according to their personal practice.

The most common dhikr recited using the tasbih is "SubhanAllah" (Glory be to Allah), "Alhamdulillah" (Praise be to Allah), and "Allahu Akbar" (Allah is the Greatest), but other prayers and verses from the Quran may also be recited. The use of the tasbih is not mandatory in Islam, but it is a recommended practice and is often considered a form of meditation and a way to increase mindfulness and spiritual connection with Allah.

Overall, the tasbih is an important tool for many Muslims in their daily spiritual practice and is often seen as a symbol of their faith and devotion to Allah.