Nimaz aur Dua 504KC

SKU: 504KC

Size: 50.29 x 41.66 x 0.51 CM
Binding: Art Card Binding
Paper Quality: Art Paper
Sale price Rs.125.00


Nimaz aur Dua (Salat and Supplication) are two integral components of Islamic worship that deeply enrich the spiritual lives of Muslims. Both practices serve distinct yet complementary roles in fostering a profound connection with Allah.Nimaz also known as Salat refers to the obligatory prayers that Muslims perform five times daily. These prayers are a direct means of communication between the worshipper and Allah, offering spiritual nourishment and serving as a constant reminder of faith. The daily prayers are performed at specific times Fajr (pre-dawn), Dhuhr (midday), Asr (afternoon), Maghrib (sunset), and Isha (night). Each prayer consists of a series of movements and recitations, including standing, bowing, prostrating, and sitting, each accompanied by specific verses from the Quran and phrases of glorification.The structure of Salat begins with the Takbir (saying Allahu Akbar), followed by the recitation of Surah Al-Fatiha and other Quranic verses. The act of bowing (Ruku) and prostration (Sujood) symbolizes humility and submission to Allah. The physical discipline of Salat, performed consistently, purifies the heart, brings peace to the mind, and strengthens the bond between the believer and the Creator. It serves as a regular opportunity for Muslims to seek forgiveness, guidance, and blessings from Allah.Dua is the act of supplication, where Muslims personally communicate with Allah, seeking His help, guidance, and mercy. Unlike Salat, Dua is not confined to specific times and can be made at any moment, reflecting personal needs and emotions. There are two primary forms of Dua personal supplications, which can be made in any language and at any time, and Masnoon Duas, which are traditional supplications taught by the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) for various occasions, such as before eating, after prayers, during travel, and in times of distress.Dua is a powerful tool for seeking Allah assistance and expressing gratitude. It embodies the essence of worship, emphasizing humility and dependence on Allah. Making Dua provides comfort and solace, particularly during challenging times, and reinforces a believer faith and patience. It is a means of directly engaging with Allah, sharing one innermost thoughts, desires, and concerns.

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