The Kitáb-i-Aqdas
14When travelling, if ye should stop and rest in some safe spot, perform ye—men and women alike—a single prostration in place of each unsaid Obligatory Prayer, and while prostrating say “Glorified be God, the Lord of Might and Majesty, of Grace and Bounty.” Whoso is unable to do this, let him say only “Glorified be God”; this shall assuredly suffice him. He is, of a truth, the all-sufficing, the ever-abiding, the forgiving, compassionate God. Upon completing your prostrations, seat yourselves cross-legged—men and woman alike—and eighteen times repeat “Glorified be God, the Lord of the kingdoms of earth and heaven.” Thus doth the Lord make plain the way of truth and guidance, ways that lead to one way, which is this Straight Path. Render thanks unto God for this most gracious favor; offer praise unto Him for this bounty that hath encompassed the heavens and the earth; extol Him for this mercy that hath pervaded all creation.
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Cross-References
Exemptions from Obligatory Prayer(s) in times of insecurity,   Q58, 146, n21
Obligatory Prayer(s) when travelling,   Q21, Q58, Q59, Q60, Q61, 146, n21
Posture of unity,   n22
Prostrations and verse in replacement of Obligatory Prayer,   Q21, Q58, Q60, Q61, 146, n21
Study Guide
What do we say for each unsaid Obligatory Prayer when travelling?
What is said if you are unable to do this?
After completing the prostrations what is said and done?
Complete this quotation:
Render thanks ....; offer praise unto Him .. ..; extol Him for ....”
(See Note 21)
Is obligatory prayer suspended during travel?
(See Note 22)
What is the Arabic expression for cross-legged?
Other Related References
Compilations
The Importance of Obligatory Prayer and Fasting