Kalma And Namaz

Assalam-O-Alaikum! this is the course in which we will teach our students Kalma and Namaz. Namaz means to ask and thanks to Allah Almighty for the blessings. The purpose of Namaz is to communicate with Allah. Namaz is an important part of a Muslim’s life. We all Muslims offer namaz 5 times a day. So it is must to learn how to offer namaz. The other Topic is Kalmas.

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More About This Course

The word salah is commonly translated as “contact”, “communication” or “connection”. Using the word “prayer” when translating to English can be misleading, as “prayer” is more frequently used to translate a different word, “dua”, a reverent petition made to God. Salah may be better translated as “communication with the divine”, as it primarily means to establish contact with the divine rather than making a petition. The Six Kalimah in Islam in South Asia is six significant parts of one’s religious belief, mostly taken from hadiths (in some traditions, six phrases, then known as the six kalimas). Every Muslim must learn these Six Kalmas. The first of them is Kalma Taiybah, Second is Kalma Shahadat, the third one is Kalma e Tamjeed, The fourth one is Kalma Tauheed, The fifth one is Kalma e Astaghfar and the last one is Kalma e Radd e Kuffr.