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Prayer is the most essential obligatory duty which a Muslim must perform. This is the most obvious act which a Muslim does to show his/her obedience to Allah (S.W.T). This is also the Second Pillar of Islam.

Allah (S.W.T) gave Namaz as a gift to the Prophet (S.A.W) for his Ummah on the night of Miraj Sharif.

In prayer a person leaves everything and devotes himself to the Worship of Allah (S.W.T). This can be done individually or in congregation (Jammat).

There are Five Farz prayers in a day. 

  • Fajar -  This is offered in the early morning.
  • Zuhar - This is offered when the sun starts to decline afternoon).
  • Asar - This is offered the late afternoon.
  • Maghrib - This is offered in the evening (Sunset).
  • Isha - This is offered at night.

Before performing prayer, a person must make sure that his body, clothes and his place of worship are clean.

It is a Hadith of the Prophet (S.A.W) that: “A person who reads namaz five times a day, his/her sins will fall like leaves fall off a tree during autumn”.