Learn “How to Pray Namaz” in perfect way. The Prayer (Namaz/Salat) is the best worship of Allah. The Muslims around the world pray Namaz five times a day. This is a reward on the Muslims by Allah. Prayer is one of the five pillars of Islam. Namaz, Prayer or Salat, is the most important part of the Islam. Learning how to pray Namaz is an important step in the religious observance of a Muslim. Understand the importance associated with Namaz, the schedule which should be observed in regards to the prayer, and appropriate positions in which to perform Namaz so you can participate in the prayer.
Total Rakat in Five times Namaz / Prayer / Salat:
1. Fajr Prayer (Nimaz):
The time starts at dawn and remains effective slightly before sun rise Two Rakats Sunnat, Two Rakats Farz.
2. Dhuhr Prayer (Nimaz):
The time begins when sun starts tilting towards west and the shadow of an object becomes equal to the size of the object. It remains effective half an hour before start of time of Salat Asr.
Four Rakats Sunnat, Four Rakats Farz, Two Rakats Sunnat, Two Rakats Nafil.
3. Asar Prayer (Nimaz):
The time starts when the sun declines and the shadow of an object becomes double the size of the object. It remains effective till few minutes before the sunset.
Four Rakats Farz
4. Maghrib Prayer (Nimaz):
It is recited just after sunset and the time remains effective till the afterglow remains visible in the west (twilight). (The afterglow is visible approximately 1 hour 15 minutes from the time of the sunset). But it would be much better to recite the Salat just after sun set. Three Rakats Farz, Two Rakats Sunnat, Two Rakats Nafil
5. Isha Prayer (Nimaz):
The time starts when the afterglow in the west vanishes (end of twilight which is approximately 1 hour 15 minutes after the sunset ) It remains effective upto approximately three hours before sunrise. But it is advisable to recite it before 2/3 of the night passes away.
Four Rakats Farz, Two Rakats Sunnat, Two Rakats Nafil, Three Rakats Wajib Witr, Two Rakats Nafil
Note : Nafil Namaz (Salah) is offer to thanks our Allah for every thing.
Recite Surah Fatiha
Read Surah Al Ikhlas
Stand up straight while saying this Dua
Perform the Sajda
Rise to a sitting position
Rise up to proceed to the second rakat
Rise up to proceed to the next rakaat, saying Allahu Akbar (الله أَكْبَر). The second rakaat is identical to the first one up till the second prostration, but without the Takbiratul Ihram.