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Reciting thana at the beginning of the second two rakaats

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Thursday, 08 November 2007 17:12

In reply to someone Hadhrat said, “With the exception of the sunnat-e-muakkada, it is preferable to recite the thana at the beginning of the second two rakaats of the nafl salahs.” (Al-Bahr-ur-Raaiq, vol 2, pg 49)
   

A case of sahw

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Thursday, 08 November 2007 17:11

n reply to someone Hadhrat said, “If a person performing salah in a sitting posture places his hands on his knees instead of tying them beneath his navel after the first or third rakaat, or places his hands beneath his navel instead of placing them on his knees when completing his salah, sajda-e-sahw will not be wajib on him unless he remains in that position for more than the duration of a rukn which is equal to the time taken to recite three subhanallahs.”

ولا يجب السجود بتاخير ركن
(Alamgiri, vol 1, pg 126)
   

Reciting (subhaana rabbiyal ajeem) in ruku

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Thursday, 08 November 2007 17:11

Question:

An Urdu kitab has stated that if one is only able to recite سبحن ربى العجيم - subhana rabbiyal ajeem instead of سبحن ربى العظيم - subhana rabbiyal azeem then he should recite سبحن ربى الكريم - subhana rabbiyal kareem. Otherwise, if one reads العجيم ajeem his salah will be nullified. Is this correct? If it is correct then the salah of many people are invalid for they are unaware of this mas`ala. 


 

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Touching the ears when raising the hands for takbeer

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Thursday, 08 November 2007 17:10

The author of Durre Mukhtar and Allamah Shaami have stated that it is mustahab to touch the earlobes when raising the hands for takbeer.
   

Unable to reply to the azan from the beginning

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Thursday, 08 November 2007 17:09

If one was unable to reply to the azan from the beginning and decides to reply to it after part of the azan has been called out, then he should repeat the words of the azan from the beginning and not from the words the muazzin is presently saying.

يجيب فى جميعه اذا لم يسمع الا بعضها
(Shaami, vol 1, pg 265) 
   

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