إِنَّ ٱلَّذِينَ عِندَ رَبِّكَ لَا يَستَكبِرُونَ عَن عِبَادَتِهِ وَيُسَبِّحُونَهُ وَلَهُ يَسجُدُونَ (٢٠٦)
1. Lo! Those who are with thy Lord are not too proud to do Him service, but they praise Him and adore Him. (206)
YUSUFALI: Those who are near to thy Lord, disdain not to do Him worship: They celebrate His praises, and prostrate before Him.
3. PICKTHAL: Lo! Those who are with thy Lord are not too proud to do Him service, but they praise Him and prostrate before Him.
4. SHAKIR: Surely those who are with your Lord are not too proud to serve Him, and they declare His glory and prostrate in humility before Him.
TAFSEER FROM FARHAT HASHMI
There are 15 places in the Quran where if one comes to that point while reciting, one should do Sajdah (prostration) details can be heard on alhudapk.com
In addition all scholars agree that:
If the person doing tilawat does sajdah the listener also has to do sajdah (Ruwayyah Abu Huraira)
Significance and Fazeelat of Sajdah e Tilawat
Abu Huraira reported that Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) said:
When a person while reciting the Quran reaches the point of Sajdah in the surah and he does a sajdah then the Shaitaan cries and separates himself from that person and wails” O Disaster! When he was commanded to do Sajdah, he performed sajdah, thus for him there are the gardens of jannah. When I was commanded to do sajdah I did not do sajdah, and for me there is The Fire.” (Sahih Muslim)
When we reach the point of sajdah in the recitation of the Quran make this dua:
Dua of Sajdah e Tilawat
Sajada wajheha lil ladhi khalaqahu,
wa shaQa sam ahu,
be howleehee wa quwatehee
fatabarakallahu ahsanal Khaliqeen “
“My face is in prostration (sajdah) of that Paak (Pure) entity that created it, made ears and placed eyes in it, it is all from His tawfeeq and power, Allah is Paak and the Best Creator”
Other options of what to say in Sajdah Tilawat:
If one has not memorized the above-mentioned dua then “Subhan Rabbi al Ala’a” can be repeated similar to what is said in the sajdah of salaat.
Performing the Sajdah e Tilawat is Afzal (important, desirable, highly beneficial) because Shaitaan cries and runs away from the person performing it.