This app contains Islami Namaz (Prayer) method according to the Fiqah e Jafaria in Urdu language. It includes basic beliefs of Islam, Wudhu, Tayyamum, compelete Namaz, important Duas and Aamal of especial occasions.
Following topics have been covered in this app:
1. Khuda ki marfat
2. Khuda ki sifaat e libotiah
3. Khuda ki sifaat e silbiah
4. Khuda ki mohabat aur itayet
5. Nabi (S.A.W) ki marfat aur ikhlaq
6. Nabi (S.A.W) ki mohabat aur itayat
7. Din Islam, Quran Majeed
8. Imam ki marfat
9. Jaza aur saza
10. Asool e din, firogh e din
11. Namaz ki fazeelat
12. Wajib aur mustajib namazen
13. Namaz e punjgana ke oqaat
14. Mard aur aurat ki namaz mein farq
15. Ayat e wuzu, wudhu ka tareeqa, istabra
16. Ghusl ka tarika
17. Tayamum, Kalma tayaba
18. Azan o aqamat
19. Namaz padhne ka mufasil tareeka
20. Sajida e shukar, sajidah e sahaw
21. Zarori masail
22. Ziarat e masoomin
23. Dua (duain), minajaat
24. Anbiya (Ambiya) ki aur muntakhib qurani duain
25. Namaz ayaat
26. Namaz e wahshat
27. Namaz e shab, Namaz e hadia walidain
28. Namaz e imam zamana
29. Namaz e janazah padhane ka tarika
30. Namaz e Eid padhane ka tariqa
31. Mah e muharim (muharam) ke ahem ayaam aur amaal
32. Mah e safar al muzafar
33. Mah e rabi ul awal aur mah rabi ul sani
34. Mah e shiyan ke amaal
35. Mah e Ramzan ke amaal
36.Shab e qadar
37. Mah e shawal aur Eid ul Fitr
38. Eid ul Azha
39. Shab e jumma aur juma ke din ke amaal
40. Istikhara Quran Majeed
Prayer or al-alt (Salah / Salaat / Salat) (Arabic: ) is the most important worship of Muslims (followers of Islam) which is referred to by highly respectful and reverent phrases in the Qur'an (Quran) and hadiths (hadees), such as the pillar of the religion, ascension of spirit, soul purifier, the first practice which will be questioned about on the Day of Judgement (qayamat), and the requisite for the acceptance of good deeds. It is also mentioned in these sources that prayer wards the sins off, determines the border of faith and infidelity, and eliminates arrogance.
Prayer (Namaz) became obligatory for Muslims before the Prophet's (s) hijra. At the beginning, Muslims performed prayer towards Masjid al-Aqsa in Jerusalem al-Quds, but from the second year after hijra/623-4, they were supposed to say prayer in the direction of Ka'ba (Kaaba) in Mecca.
In addition to its spiritual aspects, prayer is known as the most important motto of Islam. Friday prayer and congregational prayer embody the social aspect of this worship.
In addition to obligatory prayers, there are a lot of prayers which have been mentioned in hadiths as highly beneficial for both this world and the future life. Among those, the most important ones are Night prayer and Nafila prayer which accompany the obligatory ones.
The Arabic word "" (alt) is derived from the root " " which means prayer and its plural form is "salawat". Salat is also used in the meaning of du'a (supplication) in some verses of the Qur'an.
The word salat (prayer) along with its derivatives has been repeated ninety eight times in the Qur'an. It has such a great importance that has been mentioned, beside faith, as the first and the most important individual and collective practice in many verses. It has been said in the Holy Qur'an that the first groans and shrieks of hell dwellers, refer to not having said their prayer in their life in this world. Also, people who were negligent about their prayer have been said to be similar to those denying the religion. No obligatory practice has been emphasized as much as prayer in the Qur'an.
Prayer has a remarkable position in both the Prophet's (s) words and deeds. There are over 11,600 hadiths about prayer in the books Wasa'il al-Shi'a and Mustadrak al-wasa'il, demonstrating its unique significance among the twelve Imams. Imam al-Husayn's (Hussain) (a) noon prayer on the Day of 'Ashura', and many other instances from Imam's lives, bear witness to the importance of prayer.