The difference between male and female prayer
One to one procedure
Note 1: Sisters must read our article to make adjustments in their prayers because there are some differences between the prayers of men and women. Note 2: When you are asked to ‘say’ or ‘read’ or ‘read’ in the directions. The voice should not be loud and at the same time should not be completely silent. It should be loud enough that your ears can hear it and not so loud that someone next to you can hear your recitation clearly. If someone around you can only hear a transcript from you, that’s fine. If you’re surrounded by noise like a fan and you can’t understand your recitation, that’s okay. In a loud room you should be able to understand your recitation. In any case he should speak as much as mentioned above.
Note 3: The reason we ask you to ‘wait a bit’ through the instructions is to separate the Arabic Karat so that the meaning doesn’t change. This is very important. 1) Standing facing the Kaaba. This is called staying. The distance between the feet should be about four to five toes apart, not standing wide apart as most people do today. 2) Say, “I pray two rak’ahs. (or as many as are needed at the time) The individual (If it is obligatory then say Sunnah or say Sunnah or if it is obligatory then say Nafl or say Nafl) Allah’s face is towards the Ka’bah”. If he prays behind the imam, increase it. “Behind this imam” It is called intention.
Note: Saying naat is mustahab (best practice). It is also permissible to make an intention in the heart without saying it, that is enough. 2) Raise both your hands to each ear and touch the lobe of each ear with your thumb. Then say “Allahu Akbar” 3) Place the right hand on top of the left hand on the navel. The thumb and pinky (smallest finger) should be wrapped around the left wrist. It should be that you are locking or holding the left wrist. The remaining three fingers of the right hand should be in line with each other. 5- Then read “Come on Zoo Ballah Munsh Shaitanir Rejim” Wait a little. 6- Then read “Bismillah Heer Rahman-ur-Raheem” Wait a little. 7-Then recite Surah Fatiha “Praise be to Allah, the Lord of the Worlds, the Most Merciful, the Most Merciful, Maliki, Yawmid Deen, Ya Qana Bedouin, and to the Kinasta’in Ahadin. Wait a little. 8-Then say “Amen”. Wait a little. 9- Then read “Bismillah Rahman Rahman Raheem”. Wait a little. 10-Then read any surah or at least three verses of the Quran. We are writing you a short. Read this Surah And the family is not human, there is no loss of wealth except for those who believe, and they are righteous, and they are righteous, and they are patient. Wait a little 11- Then say “Allahu Akbar” and bow (this is called ruku), hold your knees with your hands. The fingers should be separated with a gap between them.
The back should be horizontally strait in line like the board. (Images of Namaz will be available on October 1, 2006, God willing) 12-Recitation, “Good morning Rabi al-Azeem” At least three times. Three, five and seven times are Sunnah (Sunnah means what Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) liked to do). Wait a little. 13- Then start standing up saying: “Samiullah Aam Hamida Rabana Lakal Hamad Begin saying Sami when coming out of Rukh (Bending Poster) and finish with Hamidah when you are fully upright. Wait a little. 14-Now say Allah Ho Akbar 15-Now go into Sajdah (putting your face on the ground). In Sajdah, bend all the toes in such a way that the round soft part of the toes is touching the ground. The fingers of the hands should be close to the face and in the strait line towards the Kaaba. Put enough pressure on the nose so that the nasal bone feels the hardness of the ground (don’t hurt yourself but stay strong) The arms should be away from the body like a bird spreading its wings. 16- Now read, “Glory be to the Lord” at least three times. Three, five and seven times is Sunnah. Wait a little. 17-Now sit on your left foot (this is called Jalsa) with the right foot sticking out and all the toes should be twisted. The soft part of the toes should touch the ground. As long as you can say Subhan Allah at least three times sit down after completing the second Sajdah stand up and recite Allahu Akbar then recite Bismillah Rahman Raheem Wait a little 20. Read Surah Al-Fatiha again, “Praise be to Allah, Lord of the Worlds, Rahman Raheem Maliki Yawmideen, Iya Kana Budo Waayaka Nasta’in Ihadinas Sirat Al-Mustaqim, Sirat Lazina and Mata’alihim Ghir-e-Maqdubi Alayhim, the son of Dohri.” 21) Then say “Amen” Wait a little. 22) Then read “Bismillah Rahman Raheem” wait for a while. 23) Then read any surah or at least three verses of the Quran. We are writing you another short one. Surah Al-Kawthar, “Anna Atina Kal Kauthar Fasili Li Rabi Ka Vinhar Anna Shanika Hawal Abtar”. Wait for a while and repeat steps 11 to 18. 24) This time after the second Sajdah, do not go back to Qiyam (standing) but go back to Jalsa (sitting) but now it is called Qaida. read now, “اتھایاتو للّٰہ وَصَلَوْتُ وَتَیْبُوْتُ اَسْلَمُ عَلَیْکَ یَوْحَنُ النَّبِیُّ وَرَحْمَۃُ اللہِ وَبَرَكَاتُہُ اَسْلَمُ عَلَیْنَا وَ عَلَی عَبَادِ اللّٰہِ صَلَیْہِنَ اَشَدُوْنَ عَنْ لا الہ الا اللہ لاہو و اشد انا محمدن عبدہ و رسولہ۔” Note: When you reach Ashdoo-an-Laa, raise the index finger of your right hand into a fist about 45 degrees upwards and leave it behind and extend the hand to its original position on Ulal Lahu. Wait a little. 25) Now read this Durood Sharif. “May God bless him and grant him peace and blessings be upon him, and peace be upon him. Allah huma barik aal muhammadyun wa ala muhammadin kama barakata ala ibraheem wa ala abrahima inna ka hameed majeed. Wait a little. 26) Now read this dua “Allah Huma Rabbna Atina Fad Dunya Haasna Wa Fail Hereafter Haasna Wa Kana Azban Nar.” Wait a little. 27) Now turn your head to the right and say, “Assalam o Alaikum wa Rahmat Ullah” Now turn your head to the left side and recite the same as above, “Assalam Alaikum Warahmatullah” Now the prayer is complete. Note: The above procedure is for men. Women consult the women’s prayer on our site but can still use the same Arabic text that can be heard in audio on this page. The rak’ahs for each time are: The dawn = First two rakat Sunnah Muqada then two rakat fard. noon = First, four rak’ats of Sunnah Muqada, then four rak’ahs of Fard, then two rak’ahs of Sunnah Muqada; (Finally two rakat Nawafil are optional) Asr = First four rak’ah sunnah non-mukda, then four rak’ah obligatory; (Four Rakaat Sunnah before this is optional) West = First three rak’ats obligatory then two rak’ats Sunnah Muqada; (Two Nawafls after Sunnah are optional) dinner = First, four rak’ahs are obligatory, then two rak’ahs are sunnah muqadah, then three rak’ahs are wajib. (Four rak’ahs of Sunnah before Fard are non-compulsory, two of Nafl before it and two after Wajib are optional) All prayers must be accompanied by ablution. Do you know how to perform ablution? Click here for instructions.