In Islamic Religion prayer is a pillar of religion. Wherever a person dies then the first practice of prayer is the practice of prayer.
If the prayer itself is not good then the practice of others should also be doubted. Prayers in the Islamic religion are 5 times, namely, 2 rakaat, Dhuzur 4 rakaat, Ashar 4 rakaat, Magrib 3 rakaat, and Isha 4 rakaat.
Because of the importance of prayer in Islamic religion a Muslim or a Muslim who does not perform his prayer obligations then it can be considered infidel. Because the law of prayer is a serious sin, even the threat of hellfire must be borne by anyone who deliberately omits it.
The Rule of Prayer With its Readings and Prophecies
The procedure of prayer in Islamic religion is set in harmony prayer. Where if one of the pillars of prayer is not fulfilled then the prayer is invalid. There are 9 precepts of prayer and all these precepts must be followed in order for your prayers to be valid and true in the Islamic religion. As for the precepts of prayer and its readings and arguments are:
1. Stand Up for the Absolute
“Pray in the standing position. If you can't, do it in a sitting position. If you can't afford it, then do it by sleeping next to it. ” HR. Bukhari No. 1117, from Imron bin Husain.
The first pillar of prayer stands for the able. According to the hadith of HR. On top of that, the prayer is done in a standing position. If one cannot pray while standing then the prayer is done by sitting. However if it is not strong enough to sit then prayer is allowed while lying down.
2. Takbiratul Ikhram
“The opening prayer is thoharoh (purified). The prohibition of things beyond prayer is the utterance of destiny. The only way to get it back is to say goodbye ” HR. Abu Daud No. 618, Tirmidzi No. 3, Ibn Majah No. 275.
In the prayer there is only one Takbiratul Ikhram which is
Other than the Takbiratul Ikhram above there is no verse that can be used as a poem even though the meaning of the verse is the same. ] 3. Reading Al-Fatihah in Every Rakaat
“There is no prayer (meaning invalid) of people who do not read Al-Fatihah.” HR. Bukhari No. 756 and Muslim No. 394 of Ubadah bin Ash Shomit.
The third pillar of prayer was recitation of the Fatihah letter in each tribe. Not reading the short letter is still allowed in prayer. But if you do not read Al Fatihah then your prayers are considered invalid.
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4. Ruku 'and Thuma'ninah
“Then bow and thuma'ninah while bowing.” HR. Bukhari No. 793 and Muslim No. 397.
After reciting the Takbiratul Ikhram and also the letter of Fatihah the next pillar is Ruku 'with Thuma'ninah or as much as possible for khusyu'. The readings at the bow 'are:
“Subhaana robbiyal' adziimi wabihamdih” A total of 3x and then rising from the bow.
5. I'tidal with Thuma'ninah
" Then stand up (i'tidal) and thuma'nalah."
When You Have bow 'then lift the body and lift both hands to do I'tidal by Thuma'ninah with the reading:
"Sami'allaahu liman hamidah". This is read while raising both hands. Then read:
“Robbanaa lakam hamdu mil us samawaati wamil ul ardhi wamil u maa syi’ta min syain ba’du.”. When the position of the body and hands are lowered.
6. Sh Former
“ I was ordered to prostrate with seven limbs:  forehead (including nose, hips with arms), [2,3] right and left palms, [4,5] ] right and left knees, and [6,7] right and left ankles. ”The Messenger of Allah (may peace be upon him)
Then lowered his body in a prostrate condition where his forehead was stuck to the floor and his left hand beside the ear while reading,
“Sub haana robbiyal a'la wabihamdih.” 3 times.
7. Sitting between two prostrations
“Then kneel down and pray while praying. Then get up from your knees and just sit while you sit. Then kneel down again and pray only when you prostrate. ”
After reading the prostration reading 3 times he got up from his knees and sat down between the two prostrations. Where to sit in a state of limbo and the left foot below the right foot and read:
“Robbighfirlii warhamnii wajburnii warfa'nii warzuqnii wahdinii wa'aafinii wa'fu 'annii.”
8. Beginning Tasyahud, Ending Tasyahud and Sitting Tasyahud
" If one of you is sitting (tasyahud) in prayer, then say" at the same time … " . HR. Bukhari No. 831 and Muslim No. 402 of Ibn Mas'ud.
The eighth pillar of prayer is the first tasyahud, the last tasyahud and the sitting tasyahud. While doing this early tasyahud read the following verse,
“Attahiyyaatul mubaarokaatat sholawaatuth thoyyibaatu lillaah. Assalaamu 'alaika ayyuhan nabiyyu wa rohmatullahi wa barokaatuh. Assalaaamu'alaa wa 'alaa' ibaadillaahish shoolihiin. Asyhadu allaa ilaaha illallah wa asyhadu anna Muhammadar rosuulullah. Allahumma sholli 'ala Muhammad.' Assalaamu 'alaika ayyuhan nabiyyu wa rohmatullahi wa barokaatuh. Assalaaamu'alaa wa 'alaa' ibaadillaahish shoolihiin. Asyhadu allaa ilaaha illallah wa asyhadu anna Muhammadar rosuulullah. Allahumma sholli ala Muhammad wa 'alaali Muhammad kamaa shollaita' ala Ibroohim wa ala ala Ibroohimm. Alloohumma Baarik Muhammad Muhammad Awake Muhammad Muhammad Baa Baarokta Awake Ibroohim wa Awali Awali Ibroohimm innaka hamiidum majiid. ”
“The prohibition of things beyond prayer is the saying of destiny. The only way to get it back is to say goodbye. ” HR. Abu Daud No. 618.
For the most accurate greetings,
"Assalaamu alaikum wa rahmatullah" With one read to the right and one to the left.
Well here are the 9 precepts of prayer in Islam and you have to do them in order. Hope you can increase your knowledge of prayer.