Islam and Muslims Archive

Manners of Welcoming New-Born Child in Islam According to Quran and Hadith

Children are a source of delight and embellishment for the world granted by Allah Almighty to their parents. The innocent kids give strength to the hearts, joy to the souls and pleasure to the eyes to their parents. Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) said: “Marry the loving and fertile because, through you, I will compete with

How to Behave in Life According to Quranic Verses

The religion of Islam and the Holy book Quran is a complete package that tells us how to live our lives in the best manner according to the teachings of Almighty Allah. The life of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) reflects the teachings of the Quran and Allah (SWT). Islam greatly emphasizes on behaving during our lifetime.

Importance of Marriage According to Quran and Sunnah

Unlike other religions, Islam is a strong defender of marriage. The Messenger of Allah Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) has said: “there is no chastity in Islam.” Marriage is a part of faith or a religious duty and Sunnah of our beloved Prophet Muhammad (SAW).  The Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) has also said, “Marriage is my tradition who

How to Stay Focus and Concentrated in your Daily Prayers

Muslims offer salah five times a day which is made obligatory by Almighty Allah. Salah is a priceless gift from Allah (SWT), that enables us to put forward all our needs in front of Allah Almighty and request whatever we need from Him. Salah is a blessing which cannot be given a value, yet many

Ways to Maintain Ramadan Momentum-The Post Ramadan Life

The blessed month of Ramadan has been ended and we all celebrated the Eid al-Fitr the gift from Almighty Allah at the end of Ramadan. We kept ourselves away from food and drinks from dawn to dusk, successfully prayed five times a day in Mosque, most of us also completed the recitation of Quran during

Importance of Salah according to the Quran and Hadith

Salah is the second pillar of Islam and also the major form of worship. Salah is obligatory on every Muslim and should offer it five times a day with no excuse for its specific time. Holy Prophet Muhammad (SAW) said in one of His hadith about the compensating nature of prayer in these words: “The