• Namaz Kit
    Submitted by:Ambreen Fatima Course title:Pakistani Culture & Society Namaz (Salah) kit Namaz is one of the most important of the 5 pillars of Islam. Allah S.W.T has mentioned the benefits and the importance of Namaz as many as 500 times in the Holy Qur’an. “Salah is to reach one’s aim by turning...
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  • Health Benefits of Namaz or Salah.
    Namaz The Best Exercise (STD: V, VI, VII, and VIII) What is Namaz? Namaz is the Urdu word for Prayer. The Arabic word for Prayer is Salah. Namaz is the form of Worship of Allah S.W.T performed by Muslims. Namaz is one of the most important of the 5 pillars of Islam. Allah S.W.T has mentioned the...
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  • Nothing
    5. Hai hukm-e-Kibriyaa ki Itaa'at Namaz mei, Wajib hai bandagi ki riwayat Namaz mei, Sajde mei hain Rasool tou hain pusht par Hussain.. Dono ki ho rahi hai Ibaadat Namaz mei... Pakeezgi-e-Rooh-o-Badan hai Ali a.s ka pyar... Hai is liye tou shart Taharat Namaz mei.. {SHOUKAT RAZA SHOUKAT} ...
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  • What Is Islaam
    affirmation of Oneness of God, (ii) the establishment of Namaz, (iii) the payment of Zakat, (iv) the observance of Roza in the month of Ramzan, and (v) the performance of Hajj by those who can afford to make the pilgrimage.” 1. The Holy Kalma 2. Namaz/ Daily prayers (salat) 3. Almsgiving (Zakat)...
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  • Mcq's
    H 249. Tarawih is a prayer of Ramzan. It means…….  To stand250. Which important Ghazwa was fought in the very first Ramzan?Badr251. Who arranged Namaz-e-Tarawih in the leadership of Imam?Hazrat Umar (R.A) 252. Literally meaning of Hajj is……  The will of visit 254. Hajj was made obligatory in………… ...
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  • Ramadan
    night to read nafil namaz, Quran, Tasbee and Istekfar. On the night of Shab-e-Qadr read as much namaz as possible and pray for all mankind. Nafil Namaz for Shab-e-Qadr • 4 rakat nafil namaz with 1 salaam in every rakats after Surah Fateha read Surah Ikhlas 3 times (Reading the above namaz will make death...
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  • Religion
    Islam and act according to Holy Quran. The Second Pillar of Islam is Namaz. By offering Namaz, Muslims purify their self from sin and get closer to Allah. One of the main actions of Namaz is doing prostration. The advantages of Namaz are huge; these benefits can be proved by only one action of doing prostration...
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  • Emancipation of Women
    through? 4. Where do you go to buy things of your daily use? 5. Why do hospitals have ambulances? 6. How many times do the muslims offer namaz daily? 7. What are the four main religions in our country? 8. Why do people celebrate dusshera? 9. Whose birthday is celebrated as Christmas...
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  • Team
    ......................75 Rules Regarding Kafan ........................................................................................78 Rules of Namaz-e-Mayyit....................................................................................80 Rules About Burial of the Dead Body ...................
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  • Inspirational Speech
    narrated me a scene when Imam Ghazali has been tested by Shaitan, the transgressed Angel. One day Imam Ghazali was unfolding his prayer mat for Maharif Namaz. At that time, the Shaitan appears in front of him and said, “Respected Imam Sahib, I am just now coming from heaven where there was a discussion about...
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  • Essay
    occurred during my childhood (Age 10). Each day when I returned home from my school in the evening, my father would have gone to namaz. And my mother would be performing namaz and look angelic. After Thakbhir position, she will recite two suras from Holy Quran. One starts with Alhamdhu, and the other "Lakkum...
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  • notes
    Knowledge About Namaz Physical Benefits Of Praying Namaz    Salat Benefits: It  is an excellent form of exercise to prevent indigestion. In the morning when stomach is empty, a Muslim is required to offer fewer number of Rak'aat whereas in the evening after the dinner we offer an extra number...
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  • dhhsdf
    limited to few commands relating to physical existence of body. This is the path which is prayed for five times (in every prayer (Namaz/salat) in its every "rakat" (part of Namaz) saying "(Oh Allah) lead us to the straight path". This path is the path of steadiness and of the uprightness. It is the path...
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  • A Fatal Accident
    single namaz; Allah forbid us. Like for the cousin who was driving it was a lesson for him that he should never drive fast again. And for the rest of my cousins, siblings and me it was a lesson that when Allah gives you loads of happiness we shouldn’t forget about Him and at least pray Namaz when it...
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  • Hell in Keller
    having breakfast we sat around till the Zahr Azaan. Then after performing the namaz in Jamat we started waiting for the Asr Azaan. In the meantime we were served lunch which was rive with beef. Then after performing the Asr namaz we had a long prayer and then we broke apart into individual prayers. Now the...
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  • Hajj.
    Umra-e-Tamatto’a at MIQAAT (specific entry points – see below). 2. Perform TAWAAF (see rules below) of the Holy Kaaba for Umra-e-Tamatto’a. 3. Pray 2 rakaat NAMAZ for Tawaaf of Umra-e-Tamatto’a behind Makame-Ebrahim. 4. Do SAEE (walk) between As-Safaa and Al-Marwah 7 times (start at Safaa, end at Marwah) for ...
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  • Sunni and Shia Islam
    Sunnis celebrate Eid Al- Adha and Eid Al- Fitr and so does Shi’as but they also celebrate Ashura. Sunnis do not celebrate Ashura. The two branches pray Namaz differently from each other. There are certain steps and positions to praying in Islam. The Sunni’s and Shi’a’s pray in a similar way, yet, they have...
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  • Paper1
    a 10:30am: successor by the Prophet (s)  Ghadeer in History 12:30pm: Definition of Imamat  Necessity of appointing a successor by the Prophet(s) Namaz & Lunch 11:30pm: 2:00pm: Imamat  Definition of Difference between Prophet hood and Imamat  Difference between Prophet hood & Imama  Difference between...
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  • General
    evening. No one would ever bother to turn off extra lights, to turn off AC; when the room temperature is pleasant, and to turn their computers off during Namaz or lunch hour at offices or class rooms/labs in institutional places. Isn't it exploitation? Indeed it is!On average, a middle or upper-middle class...
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  • Individual Paper on Self-Improvement Personal Effectiveness
    doing that task it’s really hard to concentrate on it instead my mind swirls from the actual task. A practical example is during namaz when I think of every other thing except namaz itself. I would really want to overcome this problem as I think it would help me improve as a person and would have some significant...
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