Namaz

If you want to learn the Namaz then we can teach you how you can offer Namaz. Namaz is the Pillar of Islam.

Namaz is one of Islam’s foundations. It is important for every Muslim in the world to learn Namaz. Learning and praying the Namaz five times a day helps you feel happy. Namaz is the most important in Muslim life. Muslims offer prayer 5 times a day.

Salaah is the direct communication with Allah. The purpose of the Salaah is to thanks, Allah. When Muslims offer namaz then they are far away from sin. They think before doing any sin if they offer prayers

There are seven conditions for a salaat to be corrected.
1-Niyyat (intention)
2-Tahrima (To say Allah Akbar)
3-Qiyam (Standing)
4-Qiraat (Recitation of Quran by mouth gently)
5-Ruku (To bow)
6-Sajda (Prostration)
7-Qa’da-i- Akhira (Last sitting)

 

Narrated Jabir ibn Abdullah: The Prophet صلی ‌اللہ ‌علیہ ‌وسلم stood on the day of the breaking of the fast (‘Id) and offered prayer. He began the prayer before the sermon. He then addressed the people. When the Prophet صلی ‌اللہ ‌علیہ ‌وسلم finished the sermon, he descended (from the pulpit) and went to women. He gave them an exhortation while he was leaning on the hand of Bilal. Bilal was spreading his garment in which women were putting alms; some women put their rings and others other things.

Sunan Abu Dawood Hadith No.1142

 

Quran reference about Namaz

[20:14] “I am God, there is no other God but Me, you shall worship Me and observe the Salat (Contact Prayers) commemorate Me.”

[2:150] “Wherever you go, you shall turn your face (during Salat) towards the Sacred Masjid; wherever you might be, you shall turn your faces (during Salat) towards it.”

[29:45] “You shall recite what is revealed to you of the Scripture (the Quran), and observe the Salat (Contact Prayers).”

[2:45] You shall seek help through steadfastness and the Contact Prayers (Salat). This is difficult indeed, but not so for the reverent.

[2:153] O you who believe, seek help through steadfastness and the Contact Prayers (salat). Allah is with those who steadfastly persevere.

Namaz