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There are great virtues mentioned in the Hadith about this Salah. Hadhrat Uqbah bin Aamir Radhiyallahu Anhu narrates that Rasulullah Sallallahu Alayhi wa Sallam has stated, There is no Muslim who performs Wudhu, performing it excellently, and thereafter performs two Rakats of Salah, giving full attention to his Salah with his heart and the mind except that Jannah becomes compulsory for him.
Muslim The importance of this Salah can also be gauged from the Hadith of Hadhrat Abu Hurairah Radhiyallahu Anhu who reports that once Rasulullah Sallallahu Alayhi wa Sallam enquired, at the time of the Fajr Salah, O Bilal, from all the deeds you have performed in Islam, inform me of the deed that gives you the most hope. For, indeed, I have heard the sound of your footsteps ahead of me in Jannah. Hadhrat Bilal Radhiyallahu Anhu replied, There is no deed that I have performed that gives me greater hope other than whenever I perform Wudhu, 29 P a g e whether by day or at night, I perform with that Wudhu whatever amount of Salah is written for me.
Bukhari Tahiyyatul Masjid With the exception of the prohibited times of Salah, whenever a Muslim enters the Masjid, it is Mustahab 16 to perform two Rakats of Salah before sitting down.
Bukhari The time of Ishraq is minutes after sunrise. Ishraq Salah comprises of two or four Rakats, the reward of which is equal to one Haj and Umrah. Tirmizi 2. It begins when a quarter of the day has passed and ends before Zawal.
This is the preferred time for this Salah. However, if it performed at any time between sunrise and Zawal, then this is also permissible. Chasht Salah ranges from two to twelve Rakats of Salah. If one only reads two Rakats, he will gain its minimum virtue, Insha-Allah. Some virtues of this Salah mentioned in the Ahadith are: 1. Whoever performs four Rakats of Chasht, his name will be written from among the worshippers.
Whoever performs six 31 P a g e Rakats of Chasht, he will be sufficed for the day. Whoever reads eight Rakats of Chasht, his name will be recorded from among the obedient ones, and whoever reads twelve Rakats of Chasht, Allah will build for him a home in Jannah. Majmauz Zawaaid 2.
Hadhrat Abu Zar Radhiyallahu Anhu narrates that Rasulullah Sallallahu Alayhi wa Sallam said, Sadaqah charity becomes due on every joint of a persons body at the beginning of the day. To say, Subhanallah is charity, to say Alhamdulillah is charity, to say Laa ilaaha illal-laah is charity, to say Allahu Akbar is charity, to enjoin good is charity, and to prevent from sin is charity.
And two Rakats of Chasht will suffice for the charity of every joint of the body. Its minimum is six and its maximum is twenty Rakats. It is better to read these six Rakats separately from the two Rakats Sunnah Muakkadah, but if it is joined with the two Rakats Sunnah Muakkadah, due to a lack of time, its virtue will still be attained. The Ahadith have recorded amazing rewards for this Salah: 1.
Hadhrat Abu Hurairah Radhiyallahu Anhu reports that Rasulullah Sallallahu Alayhi wa Sallam said, Whoever performs 32 P a g e six Rakats after Maghrib between which he commits no wrong, will receive the reward of twelve years of worship.
Hadhrat Ammar bin Yasir Radhiyallahu Anhu reports, I saw my beloved Rasool Sallallahu Alayhi wa Sallam performing six Rakats after Maghrib and he would say, Whoever performs six Rakats after Maghrib, his sins would be forgiven even if they amount to the foam of the ocean. Mujamul Awsat 3. Its time commences after half the night has passed. The Sunnah method of performing this Salah is to sleep and then awaken to perform Tahajjud.
Tirmizi Hadhrat Ali Radhiyallahu Anhu reports that Rasulullah Sallallahu Alayhi wa Sallam said, There are lofty mansions in Jannah whose inside can be seen from the outside and whose outside can be seen from the inside.
A Bedouin stood up and asked, Who will attain these lofty mansions? Rasulullah 33 P a g e Sallallahu Alayhi wa Sallam replied, It will be for those people whose speech is civil, who feed the poor, who constantly fast and who perform Salah at night while the rest of the world sleeps. Four, six, eight up to ten Rakats have been reported. She replied, Four with three Witr , six with three, eight with three. His Witr with Tahajjud was never more than thirteen nor less than seven.
Abu Dawood 2. Saheeh Ibn Khuzaimah 3. Saheeh Ibn Khuzaimah 34 P a g e Therefore, if possible, one should form the habit of performing eight Rakats of Tahajjud.
If this is not possible then as many Rakats as possible should be performed. Salatut Tasbeeh Salatut Tasbeeh is a Salah that holds great virtue. It consists of four Rakats with one Salam.
O my uncle! Should I not give you something? Should I not favour you? Should I not award you? Should I not instruct you in ten performances which if you fulfil, Allah will forgive your sins, the first of them and the last of them, sins of the past and sins of the present, those committed unintentionally and those committed intentionally, the minor sins and the major sins, those committed in secret and those committed in public?
The ten performances are: perform four Rakats reciting Surah Fatiha and a Surah on each of them. When you complete the Qiraah recitation of Quran in the first Rakat recite, Subha- 35 P a g e nalla-hi walhumdu-lilla-hi wa laa i-laa-ha illala-hu walla-hu akbar 15 times while standing, then perform Ruku and recite it in Ruku ten times, then stand from Ruku and recite it ten times, then perform Sajdah and recite it ten times in Sajdah, then sit up from Sajdah and recite it ten times, then perform Sajdah and recite it ten times, then sit up and recite it ten times.
This equals 75 times in every Rakat. You will do the same in each of the four Rakats. If you are able to perform this Salah every day, then do so.
If you cannot do this, then perform it every Jumuah; if you cannot do this, then every month; if you cannot do this, then every year and if you cannot do this, then once in your lifetime. Abu Dawood The other prescribed method for performing this Salah is to read the Tasbeeh 15 times after Thanaa 17 and before Surah Fatiha, then to read it ten times before Ruku, in Ruku, after arising from Ruku, in the first Sajdah, in the sitting between the Sajdahs and in the second Sajdah ten times each.
After the second Sajdah, there is no sitting. Instead, one will stand up and follow the same procedure in the remaining three Rakats. Tirmizi A person can choose any of these methods.
In each Rakat, the Tasbeeh will be recited 75 times. Tawheed Ruboobiyyat To affirm the being of Allah and to accept with heart and soul that He is the only illah who has created the system of the universe and is the sole controller of it.
He is the one who sustains the creation and He is the giver of sustenance, health, life, sickness, happiness, grief, children, and everything else. Tawheed Uloohiyyat Every form of worship should be only and solely for Allah.
Salah, fasting, Haj, Zakat, Sadaqah, vows, and spiritual offerings are only for Allah and not for anyone else. Tawheed Sifat Whatever quality is exclusive to Allah should never be attributed to anyone or anything else.
Allah Taala has given a portion of His quality of Ilm knowledge to His creation. However, the true Knower and the Knower of the unseen is only Allah. The knowledge of the unseen, of everything that has occurred and will occur, i. The difference between a Rasool and a Nabi Rasool: A Messenger sent by Allah who is tasked with propagating Allahs Law, delivering guidance and who has been given an independent Book or Scroll. Nabi: A Messenger sent by Allah who is tasked with propagating Allahs Law, delivering guidance but to whom an independent Book or Scroll was not revealed.
The number of Prophets and Messengers There were more Ambiya pl. Nabi than Rusul pl. Rasool as is mentioned in the Hadith that Ambiya were sent and Rusul. Humanity and Noor Celestial light For the guidance of the creation, Allah sent Prophets and Messengers from humankind who were humans in their beings and Noor in their qualities. Sinless and Protected Every Nabi was protected from sin, i.
This quality of Sinlessness was not something forced upon them, but every Nabi would avoid sin by choice. The difference between a Nabi and a Sahabi is that Allah Taala would not allow a Nabi to commit a sin.
It was possible for a Sahabi to sin but Allah would not allow that sin to remain in their Book of Deeds. Every Nabi was safeguarded from falling into sin and every Sahabah was protected from remaining in sin.
Another reason why a Nabi is also called Ummi is that just as a Nabi is born sinless from the womb of his mother, he remains sinless until he reaches the womb of his grave. The Life of Nabi Sallallahu Alayhi wa Sallam As the Ambiya Alayhimus Salam enjoyed a better and higher form of existence than other humans in this world, so too in the realm of Barzakh and the grave, there life is also of a superior nature.
He who reads Durood from afar, the Durood is conveyed to him. His Shari-at and Book have abrogated all previous Shariahs and Books. Durood Shareef Ka Masla. Eid Meelad in Islam Is the celebration of Eid-milad biddah or sunah. Fazail-o-Masail - Muharram-ul-Haram.
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