salah

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Noun1.salah - the second pillar of Islam is prayer; a prescribed liturgy performed five times a day (preferably in a mosque) and oriented toward Mecca
worship - the activity of worshipping
pillar of Islam - (Islam) one of the five religious obligations accepted by all Muslims
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Addressing a gathering at Allahabad's Pritam Nagar, Adityanath also thanked the Muslim community for shifting the timing of Friday Namaaz, in the wake of Holi on his request.
It took an Omar Abdullah to correct Yogi that Muslims do not sit during namaaz.
TIME maybe has come for Muslims, who offer their daily prayers and keep holy fast in sacred Ramzan month but without fulfilling in practice those very orders of Namaaz prayers and Roza (being hungry and thirsty from dawn to dusk), to take some corresponding actions, and not just verbal claims and counter claims, and step forward to help their poorer and weaker homeless Muslim refugee brothers and sisters.
Namaaz was held in many places like Lucknow, Agra, Kanpur, Bijnore, Moradabad, Rampur and Kanpur where members of the community prayed for peace and prosperity.
What would alter if some of the soldiers offered namaaz on the sands before rising to face the advancing enemy for that one last time?
Vali gis-sefide khaaneh ke kiabia bud va namaaz mikhaand va az muye gorbeh hazar mikard.
Main pooja karoon, ya namaazein padhoon Ardaas karoon din rain Na tu mandir mile, na tu girje mile Tujhe dhoondhein thake mere nain Should I worship you (like Hindus do), Or should I offer you a namaaz (like Muslims do) Should I offer an ardaas (like Sikhs do) You are neither found in the temple, nor in the Church, my tired eyes look for you.
The Prophet Mohammad said: "Allah Almighty forgives the sins committed between two Fridays of the one who performs his Friday Namaaz regularly.
Maybe soon, the UN would declare International Day of Namaaz as well if Islamic world requests for it.
Women still cover their faces: every girl gets her head covered whenever the call for namaaz is echoed from the thousands of speakers bellowing from the Mosques.
I can read Dr Mustafa's agony over the disturbing developments in Lucknow after Alvida namaaz.
The "Ifthar" provided after the Namaaz was shared among the staff and invitees irrespective of caste.