How to Pray for Women Properly - Since Few | News Time , Sports, Art ,Technology, Horoscopes

Mobile Menu

Top Ads

More News

logoblog

How to Pray for Women Properly

Sunday, April 3, 2022

 

How to Pray for Women Properly
How to Pray for Women Properly


The pillar of Islam, prayer, is one of the most fundamental tasks of a Muslim. Prayer is the foundation of the faith, and it is the one with which he meets God Almighty, and it is as vital for women as it is for males, as it is a requirement on both sexes, but there are exceptions. Some ladies do not know how to pray correctly, as taught by the Holy Prophet, may God bless him and grant him peace, thus today we will discuss prayer for women and the processes involved in praying correctly.


What is The Correct Way to Pray for a Woman?

You should be aware that there is little difference between men's and women's prayer; they are essentially the same. However, there are some points that women must follow for proper prayer, such as sticking her stomach to her thighs during prostration and joining her legs together. It is also important that she lowers her voice during prayer and wears thick clothing so as not to describe her body, and that she claps if she wants something, because men do not clap.


What Are The Requirements for a Woman's Prayer to Be Valid?

When going to prayer, a woman must wear Islamic attire.Her clothing should be covering, loose and wide, and not form a silhouette of her body. Also, it should not be light so that it does not heal, but if a lady prays in tight clothing, she should be aware that her prayer is valid, but she is a sinner.


Is it Permissible for Women to Worship At The Mosque?

A lady is not obligated to worship in the mosque because she is a woman. She should be careful not to wear perfumed clothing or decorate herself when going to the mosque, but if leaving the house will cause sedition or lead to an interest in her household, she should stay at home and pray there.


For a Woman, The Proper Prayer Steps Are As Follows

1- Prepare for prayer, but not verbally; then she must perform ablution correctly, following all of the steps outlined in the Noble Prophet's Sunnah, and she must renew ablution whenever it is spoiled; finally, she must cover her private parts and wear the clothing designated for prayer; it must be modest. It's wide, loose, and opaque, and you should know that women's awrah covers the entire body save the face and hands.

2- To begin the prayer, place your eyes on the ground and concentrate hard to focus in prayer, not turning to the right or left, then lift your hand near to your ear and declare God is magnificent.

3- She clasps her right and left hands together and rests them on her chest, then begins to recite the introductory supplication, Glory to God, praise to You, and Blessed be Your name, and Exalted be Your grandfather, and there is no god but You. Then came the ice cream.

4- Then she grows up until she bows down and says three times, "Glory be to my Lord the Great," then bends her knees back and rests her hands on her thighs and grows up, then prostrates and says three times, "Glory be to my Lord the Most High," then goes down and repeats it three times more. To finish the rak'ah, stand.

5- You repeat the same steps in all the next rak’ahs, but without the opening supplication, and after the second rak’ah of each prayer you sit down until you say the supplication of the tashahhud, then after the last rak’ah you sit down and say, Greetings to God and prayers and good deeds. the righteous servants of God, I bear witness that there is no god but God, and I bear witness that Muhammad is His servant and His Messenger, and she raises her forefinger during the tashahhud, then completes the supplication of the tashahhud with the Abrahamic prayer, saying, “Oh God, bless Muhammad and the family of Muhammad as you bestowed blessings on Muhammad and Muhammad, the family of Abraham and Muhammed.” As you blessed Ibrahim and the family of Abraham, you are praiseworthy and glorious, then you perform the salutations on the right and on the left, after the prayer of tashahhud that is in the middle of the rak’ahs, you rise and complete your prayer with Surat Al-Fatihah only without reciting any Surah after it.

No comments:

Post a Comment