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Salah : Ritual Prayer

Salaat (Namaaz)
Salaat (Namaaz)
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Details:   Salaat ( Namaaz ).
Paperback - 64 pages.
by Mawlana Muhammad Shafi'i Okarvi.
Translated by: M.A.Quadiri.

Description :

Comprehensive guide to Salaat (prayer or namaaz) by Khateeb-e-Azam Pakistan; Hadrat Mawlana Shaykh Muhammad Shafi'i al-Okarvi 'alayhi ar-rahman. First published in urdu in 1952.

  • ---Arabic
  • ---English Translation
  • ---With Romanisation (Transliteration)


---Six Articles of Faith, (Kalimah)
---Tahaarat (purification) and Ablution,
---The Ghusl,
---The Adhaan, (Call to Prayer),
---The Iqaamat,
---Some Divine Commnds regarding Prayer,
---The Method of Salaah,
---Surah Fatihah,
---Surah al-Ikhlas,
---Tasbeeh i-Rukhu,
---Tasbeeh i-Sajdah,
---Second Prostration,
---Durood Shareef, (Salutations to the Holy Prophet, Salla Allahu 'alayhi wa Sallam),
---Invocation, (Du'a),

---Some differences for women,
---Supplication and dhikr after Salaah,
---First Supplication,
---Second Supplication,
---First (dhikr) Remembrance,
---Second (dhikr) Remembrance,
---Third Remembrance, Ayat al-Qursi.

---Timings of Namaaz (Salaah),
---Salat al-Fajr, (the dawn prayer),
---Salat al-Zuhr, (the post meridian prayer),
---Salat al-Asr, (the late afternoon prayer),
---Salat al-Maghrib, (the sunset prayer),
---Salat al-Isha, (prayer of the first watch of the night),

---Odious (makhrooh) timings,
---Chart for the number of Rakaat (cycles),
---Conditions of Salaah, (obligatory, desirable and Sunnat),
---Conditions of Shari'iat,
---Obligatory Acts, (faraa'id)
---The essentials (wajibaat) of Salaah,
---The Sunnah acts of Salaah,
---The mustahab-baat of Salaah,
---Acts which vitiate (mufsidaat) Salaah,
---Acts considered odious (makhroohat) during Salaah,
---Excuses for 'breaking-off' Salaah,

---Regarding Sajda-e-Sahve (Prostration of forgetfulness),
---Method of completing Sajda-e-Sahve,
---Salaat al-Witr (Waajib),
---Regarding Jama'ah (Congregational Prayer),
---Some conditions of Jama'ah,

---Namaz-e-Jum'ah, (The Friday Prayer),
---Conditions of the Jum'ah Prayer,
---Jum'ah Salaat is obligatory,
---Essentials regarding the Jum'ah Khutbah,

---Salaah of the Two Eid's,
---Method of Eid Salaat,
---Desirable acts mustahab-baat on Eid days,
---The words of the Takbeer of Eid,

---The Funeral Prayer (Salaat al-Janazah),
---Method of funeral Salaah,
---Supplication for adult male or female,
---Supplication for a minor boy,
---Supplication for a minor girl,

---Salaah of the Traveller (Namaz-e-Musafir),
---Salaat al-Ishraq,
---Salaat al-Chasht,
---Salaat al-Tasbeeh,
---Salaat al-Haajat, (for fulfilment of needs),
---Salaat al-Istikhaarah, (seeking good from Allah Almighty),
---Method of  Salaat al-Istikhaarah,
---Salaat al-Taraweeh, (The Ramadan night prayer)
---Some rules regarding Salaat al-Taraweeh,
---Salaat al-Tahajjud, (the late night prayer)
---Salaat al-Layl, (night-time prayer)
---Salaat al-Safr, (before embarking on a journey),
---Salaat al-Qaza, (the missed Prayer),

---Masnoon Du'a, (exemplified supplications),
---Stepping out of ones home,
---Entering and leaving the Mosque,
---Arising from sleep in the morning,
---On entering the bathroom, (lavatory)
---On leaving the bathroom,
---After finishing the meal,
---When eating at other's homes,
---Wearing a new dress/garment,
---When seated on a mount,
---Du'a for Shab-e-Qadr & Shab-e-Bara'at (Laylat al-Qadr & Laylat al-Bara'ah),
---Supplication when visiting the cemetery/graveyard,
---When looking in the mirror,
---On sighting the new moon,
---When struck by adversity,
---When faced with debts and anxiety.

---Glossary of words.

Sub-continent print.


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