فلسفہ نماز اور مکافات عمل

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عنوان فلسفہ نماز اور مکافات عمل
انگریزی عنوان
Philosophy of Prayer and its Remunerations
مصنف فاروق، حافظ محمد، Syed Abdul Ghaffar Bukhari
جلد 4
شمارہ 1
سال 2015
صفحات 25-45
مکمل مقالہ Crystal Clear mimetype pdf.png
یو آر آیل
کلیدی الفاظ
Emphasis, offering, Prayer, obligation, manifestation, reward
شکاگو 16 فاروق، حافظ محمد، Syed Abdul Ghaffar Bukhari۔ "فلسفہ نماز اور مکافات عمل۔" البصیرۃ 4, شمارہ۔ 1 (2015)۔


Prayer [al-Ṣalāh] is the second most important pillar of Islām. This is the ritual which is supposed to be offered by all the Muslims, who come of age and are sane, regardless of their status and wealth. Following the acceptance of Islām, offering Prayer is the foremost obligation of a Muslim, which is considered the prime manifestation and the testimony of his or her practical submission to Allāh and His religion, Islām. Faith in Allāh is the foundation of Islām, in the same way, Prayer is the practical foundation of Islām. Therefore, the Prophet (S. A. W) laid stress on the significance of Prayer, the most. Only those, who are steadfast in their Prayers and safeguard them are really aware of its importance, and only they can expect from Allāh to give them their reward, thus, they are the true believers. The importance and reality of Prayer can be understood only by that person who is well aware of this relation between man and Allāh and only he can feel its true spiritual pleasure. The effects of Prayer are prominently visible in the daily life of Muslims. The history of Prayer is as old as the religion itself. Its concept has been a part of all the religions, however, they have different ways to perform it. In this paper, the author explores the Islamic academic sources to ascertain the importance and the status of Prayer in Islām. Also, he explores its history, the tidings and remuneration of Prayer and of the rites and rituals belonging to it, e. g. , Mosque, Āzān, Iqāmat, Rukū‘ (to bow down) , Prostration, Maintenance of Ranks, etc.

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