How To Offer Namaz

It is connected by Hazrat Abu Hurairah (R.A.) that (once) the messenger of Allah (Sallallaho aloha wasallam) was sitting on the other side of the mosque that a man came in and offered his Namaz (Prayer). Subsequently, he went to the holy Prophet (SAW) and paid his respect  to him. The Holy Prophet (SAW) gave back the welcome and  said: "Go and offer the Namaz (Prayer) once more. You have not said it correctly." He goes back and perform the prayer again and came back to the Holy Prophet (SAW), and offered his regards. The Holy Prophet (SAW), giving back the greeting, and said"Go and offer the Namaz (Prayer) once more. You have not said it correctly". After offering Namaz (Prayer) for the third (and the fourth) time, he said to the Holy Prophet (SAW): "Please, learn me how to offer Namaz (Prayer)". The Holy Prophet (SAW) answered: "When you decide to offer Namaz (Prayer), first perform Wadhu thoroughly and well, then turn to Qibla, then start the Namaz (Prayer), in the wake of expressing Takbir-i-Tahrima. After reciting some part of the Holy Qur'aan which you can recite easily. (In different places identifying with the same occurrence, it is expressed that the Apostle of Allah (SAW) told the questioner, particularly, to present Surah-i-Fateha and anything he loved, At that point after the presentation, perform Ruku till you are still and calm in Ruku. At that point, emerge from Ruku till you stand erect. At that point, Then, perform the Sajadah till you are still and at comfortable in Sajadah. Then arise till you sit up comfortably. (As per another narrator, the Holy Prophet (SAW), rather than it, said: "Then emerge till you stand erect). At that point, do like that all through the Namaz (Prayer) (i.e., in every Ruku, Sujud, Qauma and Jalsa in a smooth and collected manner) (Bukhari and Muslim)

 

 

Namaz (Prayer) of Holy Prophet (SAW)

 

Hadhrat Ayeshah (RA) narrated that the Apostle of Allah (SAW) commenced his Namaz (Prayer) with Takbir and the recital with Al-Hamdu-Lilaahi Rabbil ‘Alameen, and whereas performing Ruku he never raised his skull up and not bent it down but kept it in the middle position (i.e., in line with the waist) and when he from Rukuh he did not go into Sajadah till he had stand upright, and when he raised the head from Sajadah he did not perform the second Sajadah until he had sat upright and he recited At-Tahiyyatu after every two Rak’ah and at that time, he compressed the left foot under him and kept the right foot in the upright postion and he forbade Uqbatish Shaitan (sitting like the Devil), and he, also, forbade that a man sat (in Sajadah) with his forearms (i.e., parts of arms between elbow and wrist) placed on the ground like the animals, and he brought the Namaz (Prayer) to an end by saying Assalmu ‘alaikum wa rahmatullah." Muslim

 

The Rewards of Reciting Quran in Qiyaam Al-Layl (Night prayers before Fajr)

 

We all know from the Quran and the Ahadeeth about the incalculable compensates and profits of imploring and presenting Quran amid the daily requests to God (last 33% of the night).

 

Whoever recounts ten aayaat (verses) in qiyaam won't be recorded as one of the distracted. Whoever discusses a hundred aayaat (verses) in qiyaam will be recorded as one of the ardent, and whoever implores a thousand aayaat (verses) in qiyaam will be recorded as one of the muqantareen (the individuals who heap up great conduct).

 

Imam al-Bukhaari used to pray qiyam and tahajjud during the evening until the time of suhoor, and he would read between a half and 33% of the Quran, and complete it at suhoor each third night.

 

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