Prayers are an obligatory act of worship for both men and women. Therefore, it is very important to know the rules of namaz for female. “Abdullah asked the Prophet Muhammad (SAW) “Which deed is the dearest to Allah?” He replied, “To offer the prayers at their early stated fixed times.” (Sahih al-Bukhari 527).
Today we will discuss the rules of namaz for female on Courstika. Although prayers are obligatory acts of worship for both men and women, there are some differences in the rules for performing prayers. Many women are confused about how to stand, how to tie their hands, and how to do other things.
And this is why we will describe the exact rules of praying for women with pictures. As a result, by looking at the pictures, you can be sure how to do any work inside the prayers. Not only that, we have presented here every prayer required in the prayers with pronunciation and meaning. As a result, even if you do not understand Arabic, it will help you to pray.
At the end of today’s discussion, these pictures will be available for download along with pictures as well as PDF files. As a result, you can save the file on your mobile and follow the rules of prayers. So let’s get started.
Rules of namaz for female pdf
Do Aju or bath (which is necessary for you) at the beginning of prayers. It is also important to keep your clothes and prayer place clean and tidy. Make sure your satar is covered. (Satar for women means covering everything except the hands, feet and face.)
If all this is right, stand facing the Qibla. Try to stay calm and concentrate on the prayer you are going to perform now. Keep your eyes on the place where your prostration will fall during prayers. Keep your toes straight towards the Qibla.
When standing, the distance between the legs of men should be at least 4 toes and women should keep the two legs as close as possible.
At this time the women will rise both of her hands at equal height along the shoulders. The fingers of both hands should be close together and the face should be turned towards the Qibla. Do not forget to place two eyes in the place of prostration.
Dua of Takbeer-e-Tehreema:
Meaning: Allah is great
2. Qiyam (Sana)
At this time women will tie both hands equally on the chest. The right hand will be on top of the left hand. The fingers will be in the same position. In Qiyam, men twist the left hand with the fingers of the right hand. A woman should not do this.
Dua of Qiyam (Sana):
‘Subhanaka Allahumma wa Bihamdika, Wa Tabarakasmuka, Wa Taala Jadduka wa La Ilaha Gairuka.’ (Tirmidhi, Abu Dawood Mishkat)
Meaning: O Allah! I am describing your holiness. You are praiseworthy, your name is blessed, your dignity is very high, and there is no true god but you.
At the end of Sana, Surah Fatiha should be recited saying ‘Auzubillahi Minas Shaitowani’s Razim’ and Bismillahi Rahmani Raheem ’. After reciting Surah Fatiha, one should recite any other Surah together. Then you have to bow down saying ‘Allahu-Akbar’.
When bowing, women should bend in a right portion that their knees can be touched with their fingers. When touching the knee with the fingers, care should be taken that the fingers are not evenly spread side by side.
In Ruku, men keep their knees straight. But women will bend their knees and lean forward. At this time both eyes will be on the toes. The following dua should be recited 3 times while bowing.
Dua of Ruku:
Subha-na Rabbi’al Azim (Tirmidhi, Abu Dawood)
Meaning: My Lord is holy and majestic.
Qiyamah is the prerequisite for standing straight from Ruku and goin to Sijdah. The dua of Qiyamah is to be recited while returning from Ruku.
Dua of Qiyamah:
Sami Allah Huliman Hamida, Rabbanalakal Hamd.
Meaning: Those who praise Allah, HE hears all. Our Lord, all praise is due to You.
At the end of the Qiyamah, one has to go Sijdah saying ‘Allahu Akbar’. When going to Sijdah, first the hands, then the nose and finally the forehead will touch the ground. At this time the eyes should be kept towards the nose. In case of women, all their limbs (arms, knees, legs) should be kept as close to each other as possible and to the ground. Keep the toes facing the Qibla.
Doa of Sijdah:
Subha-na Rabbi’al Ala
Meaning: I am describing the holiness and glory of my Lord, who is above all.
After reciting this dua at least 3 times in Sijdah, one should say ‘Allah Akbar’ and sit up straight. Saying ‘Allah Akbar’ again, one has to go to the Sijdah again and recite the Sijdah’s prayer. A total of 2 Sijdahs have to be done in each rak’ah and the above dua has to be recited at least 3 times each time. The following dua should be recited in a short time while sitting in the middle of two Sijda:
Allahummamagfirli, warhamni, wahdini, wa afini, waryukni. (Muslim, Mishkat)
Meaning: O Allah, forgive me, have mercy on me, give me guidance, give me peace and give me sustenance.
Then you have to finish the Sijdah and stand up straight. And this is how the activities of 1 rak’at will end. For the second rak’ah, Surah Fatiha should be recited while tying the hands again, saying, ‘Auzubillahi Minas Shaitowani’s Razim’ and Bismillahi Rahmanir Raheem ’.
After reciting Surah Fatiha, one should recite any other Surah together. Then you have to bow down saying ‘Allahu-Akbar’. The work from ruku to Sijdah will be done according to the previous rules. However, in the second rak’ah, at the end of the sijdah, one should not get up directly and sit down.
6. Last sitting
In the last sitting, 3 dua should be recited. First Tashahhud, then Darud Sharif and finally Doa Masura. After reciting 3 dua, the namaz have to be completed by returning the Salam from left to right.
Prayers of Tashahhud:
Attahiyatu lillahi was salawatu, wat taiyibatu. Assalamu ‘alaika aiyuhan nabiyu wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuhu. Assalamu Alaina wa Ala Ibadillahis Salihin. Ashhadu Alla-Ilaha Illallahu wa Ashhadu Anna Muhammadan Aduhu wa Rasuluhu.
Meaning: Whether it is verbal, physical or financial, all acts of worship are for Allah alone / all honorable addresses are for Allah. God is the owner of all peace, welfare and holiness. O Prophet, may Allah’s peace, mercy and blessings be upon you) Assalamu Alaina wa ala ibadillahis swalehin Muhammad (peace be upon him) is the servant and messenger of Allah.
Allahumma salliala Muhammadi wa ala ali muhammad, kama sallaita ala ibrahima wa ala ali ibrahim, innaka hamidum majid. Allahumma barik ala muhammadio wa ala ali muhammad, kama barakata ala ibrahima wa ala ali ibrahim, innaka hamidum majid.
Meaning: O Allah! Bless Muhammad (peace be upon him) and his descendants with the same kind of mercy / praise that you have bestowed on Prophet Ibrahim and his descendants. Surely Thou art the Praiseworthy, the Glorious. O Allah, bestow upon Muhammad (peace be upon him) and his descendants the same grace as you bestowed on Abraham and his descendants. Surely Thou art the Praiseworthy, the Glorious.
Allahumma inni jalamatu nafsi zulman kasira. Wala Yag Firuz Yunuba Illa Anta Fagfir Li. Magfiratam Min Indika. War Hamney. Innaka Antal Gafurur Rahim.
Meaning: O Allah, I have done great injustice to my own soul, You alone are the one who forgives sins. So forgive me completely for being yours and have mercy on me. Surely Thou art the Forgiving, the Merciful.
At the end of the above mentioned dua recitation, first turn to the right and then to the left and give Salam. You have to turn your head very gently and slowly. It is not advisable to return the Salam in a hurry. It is necessary to turn the head on both sides and recite the dua of Salam.
Dua of Salam
Assalamualaikum ya rahmatullah
Meaning: Peace be upon you.
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In the long discussion above, we learned about the rules of namaz for female pdf. Allah the Almighty says in Surah Al-Muddaththir, verses 42-43 of the Holy Quran, ‘What deed has brought you to Hell? They will say that we were not included in the prayers. So may Allah grant us the ability to move forward on the path to Jannat by performing more and more namaz. Amen.
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