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November 24, 2011

Namaz Ka Tareeqa for female (Hanfi)

Namaz Ka Tareeqa for female (Hanfi):
Alhumdulillaahi Rabbil Alameen, Wassalatu assalamu alaika YA Syedil mursaleen,
Ammaa Baaad Fa' Azu billaahi minash shaitwaa nirra jeem, Bismillaa hirrah maa nirrah heem.

Assalat O Wassalam O Alaika Ya Rasool ALLAH
Assalat O Wassalam O Alaika Ya Habeeb ALLAH
Assalat O Wassalam O Alaika Ya Nabi ALLAH
Assalat O Wassalam O Alaika Ya Noor ALLAH
waAla Alika wa Ashabika ya Rehmata lil Aalameen!

Sarkaar-e-Madeena, Sultaan-e-baqareena,Qarar-e-qalb-o-seena,faiz-e-gangeena (Salalahu alaihi wasalam) said that on the day of judgement, the first question that will be asked from a persons good deeds is about "Namaaz". If the person gets this right then he will succeed and if he doesn't then it is going to be a great loos for that person.

My dear sisters firstly these days it's so sad to say that the majority of us don't even read namaaz, and the ones that do read namaaz have very little jazba to learn Sunnaths therefore people tend to make mistakes in their namaaz. So that's why today InshAllah azzawajal I'm going to show you and tell you briefly how to read namaaz. For the Sake of MEETHA MADEENA please listen and watch very carefully of how I teach you and then if you've made any mistakes you can correct them:-

Do your wuzu (ablution) and stand facing Qibla direction, and stand so that the distance between both of your feet is only 4 fingers.

Then take your hands underneath your chaadar, up to your shoulders, make sure that the hands touch the shoulders, and the fingers neither have to be joint together or totally apart, just make sure that they are normal. You have to make sure that the palms of both hands need to be facing Qibla and your eyes should be where the sajdah (prosteration) spot is.

Now you say/ do the niyat (Intention) that you are going to pray namaaz, if you say it out loud then it is better e.g. "I intend to read Fajr namaaz 2 rak'at farz…" however the intention is really what you have in your heart.

Then say the "Takbeer-e-tehreema" yaanee Allah-u-Akbar.

After this you place your left hand on your chest and then place the right hand on top, then you read the "Sanaa":-

[color=red]"Subhanakallahumma wabihamdika watabarakasmuka wa-ta'ala jadduka walaa ilaha ghairuk"


Then you read the "Ta'awwuz":-

"A'uzubillahi minishaitaan-e-rajeem"

Then you read the "Thasmiya":-

بِسْمِ اللہِ الرَّحْمٰنِ الرَّحِیۡمِ

Then you read the full Surah Fatiha:-
اَلۡحَمْدُ لِلہِ رَبِّ الْعٰلَمِیۡنَ ۙ﴿۱﴾ اَلرَّحْمٰنِ الرَّحِیۡمِ ۙ﴿۲﴾ مٰلِکِ یَوْمِ الدِّیۡنِ ؕ﴿۳﴾ اِیَّاکَ نَعْبُدُ وَ اِیَّاکَ نَسْتَعِیۡنُ ؕ﴿۴﴾ اِہۡدِ نَا الصِّرَاطَ الۡمُسۡتَقِیۡمَ ۙ﴿۵﴾ صِرَاطَ الَّذِیۡنَ اَنعَمۡتَ عَلَیۡہِمۡ ۬ۙ۬ غَیۡرِ الۡمَغۡضُوۡبِ عَلَیۡہِمْ وَلَا الضَّآ لِّیۡنَ ٪﴿۷﴾

After reading Surah Fatiha, slowly and quietly say "Ameen". Then read 3 ayahs (Sentenses), or one big ayah that is equal to the 3 small ayahs, or you can read a small Surah for example:- Surah Ikhlaas…

بِسْمِ اللہِ الرَّحْمٰنِ الرَّحِیۡمِ
قُلْ ہُوَ اللہُ اَحَدٌ ۚ﴿۱﴾ اَللہُ الصَّمَدُ ۚ﴿۲﴾ لَمْ یَلِدْ ۬ۙ وَ لَمْ یُوۡلَدْ ۙ﴿۳﴾ وَ لَمْ یَکُنۡ لَّہٗ کُفُوًا اَحَدٌ ٪﴿۴

The say Allah-u-Akbar and move into the "Ruku" (Bowing) position. Do this in such a way that you touch your knees with your fingers, but don't push so much that you can hold your knees. Make sure that your fingers are together and your eyes be at your feet.

Here atleast 3 times read the following tasbeeh:-

"Subhanana rabiyal azeem" X3

Then you do the "Thasmee'" yaanee:-

"Sami-Allahu liman hamida"

Whilst reading this stand up straight, this is called "Qowma"

If you are reading alone and not behind the imam in jammath then say:-

"Allahumma rabbana wa lakal hamd"

Then whilst saying Allah-u-Akbar go into sajda so that your knees touch the ground first, then both of your hands then place your head in between both of the hands so that first you nose will touch the floor and then your forehead. Here you need to make sure that the actual bone of the nose is touching the floor and not just the tip of the nose, and the forehead needs to be firmly stuck to the ground. Your eyes have you be on your nose.

Females must do sajda in such a way that we are close together so that our arms are touching the sides of our legs and the chest and the stomach must be touching the thighs. The back bit of our thighs must be touching the bottom bits of our legs which must be touching the floor. Overall when the females are in sajda then we are totally crunched tight together.

Whilst you are in sajda make sure that the palms of your hands are touching the ground, but make sure that your elbows don't touch the ground, they be slightly lifted above the ground. All the 10 fingers must be straight and pointing towards Qibla. Take your feet out straight backwards and read the following tasbeeh atleast 3 times:-

"Subhana rabiy-al a'la" X3

Then lift you head up from the sajda so that first your head is lifted then your nose. The siiting position must be that both of the feet are out straight and your sat on your left bum cheek. Place your right hand in the centre of your right leg and vice versa for the left.
This position between both of the sajda's is called a "Jalsa".

Then for however long it takes you to say "SubhanAllah" atleast once, wait that long,

In this time, it is Musthahab, to say:- "Allahummagh-firlee" yanee "Oh Allah azzawajal forgive me"

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Remember that this act is musthahab, therefore if you do it then you'll get more sawaab and if you don't then it doesn't matter.

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Then say Allah-u-Akbar and just like you did the first sajda do exactly the same again for the second one too.

Again lift your head first then your nose and whilst you are about to stand up make sure that you stand up without the sahara (Support) of the ground or anything else.

This is one Rak'at finished, now you move to the second Rak'at, you start this by reading:-

"Bismillah", then Surah Fatiha (Alhamdu Shareef), then read a short Surah e.g. Surah Ikhlaas and then perform your Ruku and sulood in exactly the same way as you did in the first Rak'at.

After the second sajda, sit so that both of your feet are out and your sat on your left bum cheek, place your right hand in the centre of your right leg and vice versa for the left.

This sitting position is called the "Qa'da", here in this position you read the "Thashahud" yaanee "Attahiyyatu":-

"Attahiyyatulillahi wassalawatu watayibatu Assalamu alayka ayyuhan-Nabbiyu warahmathullahi wa barakthuhu, Assalamu alaina wa'ala ibadillahisaliheen, Ash-haddu anlaa ilaha illalahu wa ash-haddu anna Muhammadun abduhu warasoolu."

Whilst reading the "Thashahud" when you reach the word "La" then you get the middle finger of your right hand and join it to the thumb to create a circle, then you get the little finger and the finger next to it and make them touch the palm of your right hand. You do this to your hand whilst you are saying:- "Ash-haddu al"

And straight away after this the word "La" comes. As soon as you say "La" then you get your forefinger and you lift it up. You don't need to move it about, just put it up.

Then when you reach the word "Illa" then drop your finger straight away and straighten your hand out.

If you are going to read more than 2 Rak'ats then say Allah-u-Akbar and stand up again.

If you are reading your Farz namaaz e.g. 4 Rak'at Zuhr, 4 Rak'at Asr, 3 Rak'at Maghrib and 4 Rak'at Isha, then in the Qiyaam (Standing position) read:-

"Bismillahi Rahmaan-e-Raheem" and then read Surah Fatiha (Alhmadu Shareef) but there is no need to combine any surah with it. However with the Sunaths and the Nafils you read Surahs after the Surah Fatiha (Alhamdu Shareef)

After you have read the Rak'ats that you want to read e.g.after my 4 Rak'ats of Zuhr and I'm sat down and I'v read my Attahiyaatu aswell then to finish of you have to read the Durood Shareef (Durood-e-Ibraheemi Aliahi salaam)

"Allahuma salay ala Muhammadin wa ala alee Muhammadin kama salaytha ala Ibraheema wa ala alee Ibraheema innaka hameedun majeed"

"Allahuma baarik ala Muhammadin wa ala alee Muhammadin kama baraktha ala Ibraheema wa ala alee Ibraheema innaka hameedun majeed,"

Then you read any short Dua-e-Masoora for example:- "Allahumma rabbana athina fiddunya hasanathava fil akhirathi hasanathava qina aza-bannaar"

Then to finish of the namaaz first face the right shoulder and say:- "Assalamu alaikum wa Rahmatullah"


Then face the left shoulder and say the same:- "Assalamu alaikum wa Rahmatullah"
And this is the end of the namaaz.

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