In Islam there are different forms of worship. The mandatory one is in the form of Salah that a Muslim has to learn Namaz and offer five times a day, other than that there is the recitation of Holy Quran, the voluntary prayers, the keeping of fasts and the most renowned of all – the
Hajj is the fifth pillar of Islam that entails the pilgrimage that Muslims across the globe undertake to pay homage to the House of Allah and perform different rituals while doing so. Hajj is one of the greatest gathering of people on the face of this world and it embodies the preaching of equality, submissiveness,
This post is in continuation to the earlier post about the tips related to preparation for Hajj. The earlier post discussed some general and some critical tips that can help the pilgrims in performing the rituals of Hajj without any hassle. This post is a bit specific when it comes to tips for Hajj preparations.
The most read book throughout the world, The Holy Quran, is the last book of Allah (SWT) carrying the message of mercy, forgiveness and peace for all mankind. The Holy Quran was revealed more than 1400 years ago to the last messenger of Allah, Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) as the final word to call the mankind
Like majority of other religions of this world, Islam is also based on the concept of reward and punishment. Those who do good deeds and stick to the path of righteousness are rewarded both in this world and in the world hereafter, whereas those who do the contrary are punished. The ones who are blessed
Quran is the Holy Book of Muslims and it is guidance for all humanity. Quran was revealed by Allah SWT on His last messenger, Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). The holy book is followed by every Muslim. Millions of Muslims recite it daily and memorize it. The Quran provides a code of life for all humans to