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  1. "Parda," also known as "Hijab" or "Veil," has a crucial role in Islam and is observed by a large number of Muslim women worldwide. There are numerous ways to understand its significance: 1. Moderation Islam places a high value on modesty in speech and dress. Muslim women are expected to maintain theRead more

    “Parda,” also known as “Hijab” or “Veil,” has a crucial role in Islam and is observed by a large number of Muslim women worldwide. There are numerous ways to understand its significance:

    1. Moderation Islam places a high value on modesty in speech and dress. Muslim women are expected to maintain their modesty by covering their bodies, with the exception of their hands and faces, when they are in the presence of males who are not mahrams (those they can marry). This modesty is thought to be a way to preserve one’s honor and dignity.

    1. Submission to God’s Directives: Wearing a parda is regarded as an act of submission to Allah’s (God’s) instructions as stated in the Quran. Many Muslim women consider it to be a vital component of their faith, symbolizing their submission to the divine will.
    2. Protection of Personal Space: Parda aids in establishing limits and safeguarding Muslim women’s privacy and personal space. They can limit who can see their physical look by covering their body, which deters unwanted attention.
    3. Regard for Marriage: The sanctity of marriage is upheld in part via parda. It makes sure that encounters between men and women who are not related are respectful and temptation-free. The Islamic way of life is fundamentally based on respect for marriage and family life.
    4. Promoting Piety: Parda is thought to support a woman’s spiritual development and piety. Women who follow the custom hope to draw attention to their inner virtues and character rather than their outward appearance. This is consistent with Islam’s view that inner beauty is more valuable than outer appearances, as are righteousness.
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    A Step-by-Step Guide to that how to pray in Islam for women’s. Muslim women are obligated to pray five times a day, just like men. It's an important religious duty that must be done in order to stay close to Allah (SWT). These steps given here will help you learn how to perform salah as a woman. FroRead more

    A Step-by-Step Guide to that how to pray in Islam for women’s.

    Muslim women are obligated to pray five times a day, just like men. It’s an important religious duty that must be done in order to stay close to Allah (SWT). These steps given here will help you learn how to perform salah as a woman. From the moment of takbeerat (starting the prayer) until the very end, find out what controls your movement and thoughts during prayer.

    Understand the Foundation of Prayer

    The foundation of prayer in Islam is centered around the five pillars. As a woman, it’s important that you understand these five pillars before beginning your prayer rituals. These are the Shahada (abandonment of all false gods and beliefs and submission to one Allah); Salah or ritual prayer five times each day; Zakat (almsgiving); Sawm (fasting) during the month of Ramadan; and performing Hajj (a pilgrimage to Mecca at least once in a believer’s lifetime).

    1. Establish Your Wudu

    Before each of your prayers, it’s important for you to establish your wudu. This involves washing your face, arms, ears, mouth, nostrils, and feet with pure water 5 times each day. During wudu, it’s good practice to focus on intentions for the upcoming prayer you will be making. Wadu prepares your mind, body and soul for what’s ahead.

    3. Prepare Yourself Physically

    In order to pray properly while adhering to Islamic principles as a woman, you must ensure that you are prepared physically. Find yourself a quiet spot in your home where you can concentrate peacefully outdoors or indoors; then make sure that you are wearing loose-fitting appropriate such as an abbia or jilbab in accordance with Islamic modesty standards before you begin.

    4. Set Your Intention

    After wudu and physical preparation have been completed and you have assumed a position spiritually while standing before the presence of God Almighty. Now make Niyat, say that you are starting Fajar namaz (example). With two farz facing Kabbah. This is how you can set your intention to discuss which namaz you are saying that will be seeking nearness to Allah. This will strengthen your concentration on God even more.

    5. Now time to Perform Namaz (Prayer)
    • Stand
    • Say the first takbeer (Allahu Akbar) while moving your hands in the air close to your ears.

    • Hold hands on belly one after. First left hand then right hand upon.

    • Recite your first dua.

      سُبْحَانَكَ اللَّهُمَّ وبِحَمْدِكَ وتَبَارَكَ اسْمُكَ وتَعَالَى جَدُّكَ ولا إِلَهَ غَيْرُكَ

    • After first dua say “Surah Fatiha”
    • Ready any Verse or “Surah” from Quran.
    • Say Allahu Akbar Now is the Raku time.
    • Raku is when you touch both your hands to the knees and say three times:

      سُبْحَانَ رَبِّي الْعَظِيْم

    • After raising from Raku Stand leave your hands down and say:

      سَمِعَ اللهُ لِمَنْ حَمِدَه

    • After still stand say:

      ربَّنا لَكَ الحَمْد

    • Now Sajud time say Allahu Akbar and move toward the ground. Touch your forehead, your palms to the ground, and say three times:

      سُبْحَانَ رَبِّي الأَعْلَى

    • Again say “Allahu Akbar and sit up and again move down while saying “Allahu Akbar” and repeat the previous step twice.
    • That was the first cycle and repeat the same again and at last sit and keep your palms on your knees and say:

      التَّحِيَّاتُ للِه وَ الصَّلَوَاتُ و الطَّيِّبَاتُ السَّلامُ عَليْكَ أيُّهَا النَّبِيُّ و رَحْمَةُ اللهِ وَ بَرَكاتُهُ السَّلامُ عَلَيْنا و عَلَى عِبَادِ اللهِ الصَّالِحِيْنَ أشْهَدُ أنْ لاَ إلَهَ إلاَّ اللهُ و أشْهَدُ أنَّ مُحمَّداً عبْدُهُ و رَسُولُهُ

    • After the dua read darood e ibrahimi and then say this dua:

      ربَّنا آتِنا في الدُّنْيا حَسَنَة و في الآخرةِ حَسَنَة وَقِنا عَذابَ النّار

    • Last step move your face to right side and then the left side and each time say:

      السَّلامُ عَليْكُمْ وَ رَحْمَةُ الله

    I just have tried to explain in short. It may sound complex but honestly, it is very easy.

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