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<ul><li> 1. Blessings of SalahThis has been extracted from the work of Shaykh-e-arqat, Amr-e-Al-e-Sunnat, Allma Mauln AbuBilal Muhammad Ilyas Attar Qadiri Razavi , which is entitled Laws of al. For further details,please consult Laws of al. Translated into English by Majlis-e-Tarajim (Dawat-e-Islami) </li> <li> 2. Dua for Reading the BookRead the following Du (supplication) before studyinga religious book or Islamic lesson, ,you will remember whatever you study: Ya Allah !Open the portal of knowledge and wisdom for us, and have mercy on us! O the One who is the most honourable and glorious! (Al-Mustaraf, vol. 1, pp. 40)Note: Recite alt-Alan-Nab once before and after the Du. </li> <li> 3. Transliteration Chart A/a / L/l A/a Z/z M/m B/b X/x N/n P/p S/s V/v, T/t Sh/sh W/w / / / / / Y/y J/j / Y/y Ch / A/a / U/u Kh/kh Gh/gh I/i D/d F/f / / Q/q / / K/k / R/r G/g </li> <li> 4. Contents at a Glance Imn-e-Mufaal. 2 Imn-e-Mujmal... 2 Six Kalimt... 3Blessings of Method of Wu. 8Salah Method of Ghusl 13 Method of Tayammum 15 An... 18 Method of al 24 Method of Funeral al43 </li> <li> 5. Blessings of Salah*Excellence of alt-Alan-NabThe Prophet of mankind, the peace of our heart andmind, the most generous and kind said to the one glorifying Allah and reciting alt-Alan- Nab having offered al, Present your supplication,it will be answered; ask (for anything), you will begranted! (Sunan Nas, pp. 220, vol. 1, ad 1281) * This has been extracted from the work of Shaykh-e-arqat, Amr-e-Al-e-Sunnat,Allma Mauln Abu Bilal Muhammad Ilyas Attar Qadiri Razavi , which is entitled Laws of al. For further details, please consult Laws of al. 1 </li> <li> 6. Blessings of alImn-e-Mufaal [Faith in Detail] I believe in Allah ,His Angels, His (revealed) Books, His Prophets , the Day of Judgment and (I believe that) good or bad destiny is from Allah and (I believe that) there will be resurrection after death.Imn-e-Mujmal [Faith in Brief] I solemnly declare my belief in Allah as He is with all His names and attributes, and I have accepted (to obey) 2 </li> <li> 7. Blessings of al all His commands by pledging with my tongue and testifying them with my heart.Six Kalimt First Kalima Sanctity There is none worthy of worship except Allah , Muhammad is the Prophet of Allah . Second Kalima Evidence I testify that there is none worthy of worship except Allah .He is alone and He has no partner 3 </li> <li> 8. Blessings of al and I testify that Muhammad is His (Distinguished) Servant and His Prophet. Third Kalima Glory of Allah Glory be to Allah and all praise be to Allah and ,and Allahthere is none worthy of worship except Allah is great and there is no power to keep away from sins and no ability to do good but from Allah who is the greatest. 4 </li> <li> 9. Blessings of al Fourth Kalima Oneness of Allah There is none worthy of worship but Allah .He is alone.He has no partners. All Kingship is for Him and all praise is for Him. He gives life and He gives death. He is alive; death will never come to him. The great and the glorified One; in His hand is goodness and He has power over everything. 5 </li> <li> 10. Blessings of al Fifth Kalima Repentance O my Rab I seek forgiveness from you for all the sins I have committed knowingly or unknowingly, openly or secretly and I repent of the sins that I am aware of and the sins that I am unaware of, for you are the knower of all the Ghuyb (unseen) and Sattr (Coverer) of all the faults and forgiver of all sins, and there is no strength and power except that of Allah ,the Almighty and the Greatest. 6 </li> <li> 11. Blessings of al Sixth Kalima Refutation of Disbelief O Allah I seek Your refuge from associating anything with you knowingly, and I seek forgiveness from You for (shirk) that I do not know. I have repented from it and I have detested disbelief, idolatry, telling lie, backbiting, bad innovations, tale-telling, indecency, accusations and all the sins. I embrace Islam and say there is none worthy of worship but Allah ,Muhammad is the Prophet of Allah . 7 </li> <li> 12. Blessings of alMethod of WuIt is Mustaab to sit on an elevated place facing theQibla. It is Sunna to make the intention for Wu.Intention is the purpose present in the heart. Verbalintention is preferable provided that it conforms towhat is in the heart.Therefore, make the intention as, I am performing Wu in order to fulfil the commandment of Allah and to attain purity. Recite as it is also a Sunna, rather say , as angels will continue towrite good deeds as long as one is in the state of Wu.Wash both hands up to the wrists, three times each, andafter that do Khill (interlace the fingers of both handsto moisten the webbings and the sides) of the fingers(with the tap closed). Now perform Miswk three timesin the right &amp; the left, the upper &amp; the lower teeth; aftereach cycle, rinse the Miswk. 8 </li> <li> 13. Blessings of alNow rinse your mouth three times with handfuls ofwater using the right hand (closing the tap each timewith the left), making sure that the water reaches allparts of the mouth; gargle, if you are not fasting.Now sniff water three times in to the nose up to the endof the cartilage (soft part of the nose) using three handfuls(half a handful is sufficient for this purpose) of the righthand (closing the tap each time with the left). If you arenot fasting, then snuffle water up to the root (top end)of the nose.Now clean the nose with the left hand (keeping the tapclosed) and insert the pinky (the smallest) finger intothe nostrils. Wash the whole face three times such thatwater must flow on every part from the top of theforehead (the point where the hair naturally begins togrow) to the bottom of the chin and from one earlobeto the other. 9 </li> <li> 14. Blessings of alIf one has a beard and he is not in the state of Irm(particular state for Hajj/Umra) then do Khill (withthe tap turned off) of the beard by inserting the fingersinto the beard from the neck and bringing them outtowards the front.Now wash the right arm from the tips of the fingers upto and including the elbow three times and then washthe left arm in the same manner. It is Mustaab to washup to half of the upper arm (humerus). Most people takea small amount of water in their hand and pour it overtheir arms towards the elbow three times. But in thismethod, there is risk that water would not flow over theedges of wrist and arm. Therefore, wash arms asmentioned.Now there is no need to pour a handful of water over thearms. In fact, doing this (without a valid justification) iswastage of water. Now (with the tap closed) moisten(Mas) the head. This should be done by joining the tips 10 </li> <li> 15. Blessings of alof the three fingers, other than the index fingers andthumbs, of both hands and placing them on the top offorehead. Move these fingers from the forehead towardsthe back of the neck without letting the palms touch thehead. Each palm should then be placed on either side ofthe head and pulled across the sides; back towards theforehead. During this, the index fingers and thumbsshould not touch the head at all.Now use the index fingers to moisten the insides of theears; the thumbs to moisten the back of the ears; andinsert the pinky (the smallest) finger into the openingsof the ear canals (holes of ears). Now moisten the backof the neck using the back of fingers of both hands. Somepeople, in addition, moisten the throat, the forearmsand wrists; this act is not Sunna.Make a habit of closing the tap before moistening thehead. It is a sin to waste water by leaving the tap openfully or even partially. Now wash both feet three times, 11 </li> <li> 16. Blessings of alfirst the right and then the left, beginning from the toesup to the top of the ankles. It is Mustaab to washhalfway up the shin. It is Sunna to do Khill betweenthe fingers of both feet. The tap should be kept closedduring Khill.Its Mustaab method is to start doing Khill from littletoe of the right foot to its big toe using the pinky (thesmallest)...</li></ul>