10 Jul 2015

Most Common Mistakes In Namaz

Salat (Salah, Namaz) or Request to God is the most essential mainstay of Islam which will be addressed upon the arrival of Restoration. Performing Supplications to God is mandatory for each grown-up Muslim. Salah is a custom request to God having recommended conditions and one must perform Salaah while satisfying those conditions. Commonly we perform Requests to God or Salah as a practice or a piece of propensity just however have a tendency to overlook the essential pith of Namaz and commit numerous errors amid Petitions to God. 10 normal slip-ups and blunders in Petitions to God or Salah are examined
1. Postponing the Salah deliberately:
While being occupied in common issues we regularly defer the Salah from its favored time. This is the most well-known slip-up in Supplication to God made by the greater part of us. We imagine that Asking is last thing to do and we must go to different matters first. Numerous specialists delay Zuhr and Asr Request to God till evening time. Quran talks entirely on guarding our Salat:

"Protect entirely (five compulsory) As-Salawat (the supplications to God) particularly the center Salat (i.e. Asr Requests to God)" [2:238] 

Here to shield the Salat intends to perform it at its recommended time and to be relentless upon it. 

Described Ibn Umar (R.A): Allah's Flag-bearer (P.B.U.H) said: "Whoever misses the Asr petitions to God (deliberately), then it is as though he lost his family and property." [Al-Bukhari] 

Another Hadith clarifies the significance of asking on time: 

Described Abu Al-Malih (R.A): "We were with Buraidah in a fight on a shady day and he said, "Offer the Asr petition to God right on time as the Prophet (P.B.U.H) said, "Whoever discards the Asr supplication to God, all his (great) deeds will be lost." [Al-Bukhari] 
2. Recounting Blessed Quran quick in the Requests to God: we must interruption and take breaks while discussing Sacred Quran amid Salat. We ought not discuss the Surah's fast to the point that that the verse get mixed. One of the Hadith stresses this issue: 

"The Prophet (P.B.U.H) used to delay after every verse of Surah al-Fatiha. [Abu Dawood] 
3. Moving before the Imam in congregational petitions to God: one ought not race with the imam i.e. attempt to move before the Imam or with the Imam on the grounds that the right administering is when Imam says Allahu Akbar, then the individual who's taking after the Imam in Requests to God ought to say Allahu Akbar. Not before Imam or with Imam. Like this Hadith of the Prophet (P.B.U.H) states: 

"Most likely the imam is there to be taken after" [Muslim] 

Another Hadith states: 

The Prophet (P.B.U.H) said: "Does not the person who raises his head before the Imam does expect that Allah would change his head into a jackass' head" [Muslim] 

4. Performing the Salah hurriedly: Salat ought to be performed gradually and placidly. Rukoo or Sujood must be performed unhurriedly. Keeping in mind the end goal to finish the Rukoo one must stay in Rukoo stance sufficiently long to present "Subhan Rabbi yal Adtheem" no less than three times. In the same way, for the Sujood the individual ought to say "Subhan-na Rabbi yal-ala" three times gradually. This Hadith orders to finish the Rukoo and Sujood in legitimate way: 

The Delivery person of Allah (P.B.U.H) said: "The most exceedingly bad hoodlum is the person who takes from his own particular request to God." Individuals solicited: 'Errand person from Allah! How could one take from his own particular request to God?' He said: "By not finishing its rukoo and sujood" [at-Tabarani] 

The Prophet (P.B.U.H) said: "He who does not finish his rukoo and sujood, his supplication to God is void" [Abu Dawood].
5. Gazing right, left or upward during Salat: While performing Salah, one should concentrate on looking to the point where the head is placed during Sujood rather than looking upwards. Because this may lose concentration. In the Hadith recorded by Sahih Muslim the Prophet (P.B.U.H) said:

“Let those who raise their gaze up during prayer stop doing so, or else their sights would not return to them” (i.e. they will lose their eyesight) [Muslim]

6. Performing Sujood improperly: most common mistake observed in Prayers is to perform Sujood by resting only the tip of head on floor.

The Prophet (P.B.U.H) said: “I am commanded to prostrate on seven bones the forehead and the nose, the two hands [palms], the two knees, and the two feet” [Muslim].
7. Not performing Requests to God amid disease or while voyaging: The Prophet (P.B.U.H) constantly used to perform Petitions to God notwithstanding amid His last days before death. He (P.B.U.H) never ignored it notwithstanding amid battles. Supplication to God is required and must be performed in any condition. In the event that a man can't perform bathing because of his ailment then he may perform tayammum (dry bathing). In the event that he can't remain in supplication to God, he may perform Salah while sitting or notwithstanding setting down. Same is the situation while voyaging. The individual can consolidate 2 Salah while voyaging i.e. Zuhr Supplication to God and Asr Request to God. on the other hand Maghrib Petition to God and Isha Supplication to God. 

8. Intersection before a man who is performing Salah: 

The Prophet (P.B.U.H) said: "Were the person who crosses before a supplicating individual to know the outcomes of doing as such, he would have sat tight for forty better than to cross before him" [Bukhari] 

9. Going to Mosque for performing Salah with fast walk: when the season of Supplication to God has drawn nearer and some individual has dread that he may miss his Salah; for the trepidation of that a large portion of us attempt to walk rapidly or keep running for the apprehension of missing some piece of the request to God. This is not permitted by: 

The Errand person of Allah (P.B.U.H) said: "When request to God has officially begun, don't walk rapidly to join in. Continue placidly and reposefully; then join in whichever part you get up to speed, and complete whichever part you missed" [Bukhari and Muslim] 

10. Eating nourishment of terrible stench before performing Supplications to God: devouring sustenances that have awful stench like the garlic or onion and so forth ought not be taken before the Salah on the grounds that the awful stench may aggravate the blessed messengers and the begging individuals. 

The Prophet (P.B.U.H) said: "He who eats from the foul plant [garlic or onion], let him come not close to our mosque; the blessed messengers are troubled by that which disturbs men" [Muslim] 

Might Allah guide us to perform our Salah splendidly and help us to protect our Salat so when Upon the arrival of Judgment we are addressed about our supplications to God, we may succeed. Ameen.
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