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is bad for me in my religion, in my livelihood, and in its outcome, turn it from me and divert me from it
and decree good for me wherever it may be and make me pleased with it."
Having sought Allah's guidance as above, the person then resumes his/her routine affairs and waits for
the due response from Allah. This can appear to the person by way of the feeling you have in your heart
about the matter of either confidence or further indecision. Thus, when you feel in your heart a sense of
vigor, optimism or confidence about the intended undertaking, you may construe this as a positive
response from Allah (swt) and may accordingly proceed forward with the intended undertaking. If, on the
other hand, the opposite is true and your sense of doubt or worries have not cleared, then you may want
to avoid the proposed undertaking as it could mean a bad outcome.
Allah (swt) says: "...It is possible that ye dislike a thing which is good for you, and that ye may
love a thing which is bad for you. But Allah knoweth and ye know not." (Qur'an 2:216)
Indeed the essence of this prayer is to test someone's trust in Allah, hence, the need to abide by the
guidance of Allah whether it means pursuing or abandoning the intended undertaking. Allah also says:
"...and if anyone puts his trust in Allah, sufficient is Allah for him. For verily Allah surely
accomplishes His purpose: Verily, for all things has Allah appointed a due proportion." (Qur'an
Upon reciting the underline words think of the reason anti work for which Istikhaarah is
being made. Thereafter sleep on clean bedding with Wudhu facing the qiblah.
One should not make Istikhaarah for performing a Farz duty of should I perform Hajj or
not. Istikhaarah should rather be made to determine the time of travel for Hajj e.g.
When should 1 travel for Hajj?
If a person has committed any sin perform two Rak’aats Salaat and thereafter recite
Durood upon Nabi (Sallallaahu alaihi wa Salam). Allah's pardon by a firm pledge saying:
Oh Allah! I shall not commit this sin again. Oh Allah! forgive me.
By the grace of Allah Ta’aala the sin will be forgiven.
What should one ensure before Namaaz?
Will the Namaaz be correct if any garment is overlapping the ankles?
Is it necessary to make a verbal intention for Namaaz?
Where should the eyes be fixed during Qiyaam'?
Explain the difference between a male's and female's Ruku and Sajdah.
Explain the difference in the sitting posture between a male and female.
Explain in detail the procedure of the three Witr Wajib.
What is Namaaz?
Mention the condition of Namaaz.
10.Outline the difference between a male's and female's Satr.
11.Draw and complete the Namaaz charts
12.Mention the times when it is forbidden to perform any Namaaz.
13.Mention the prescribed time for each Namaaz.