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Miftah-ul-Janna (Booklet for way to Paradise)

11– To have a picture

11– To have a picture –photograph– on your body or clothes. 12– To yawn without any ’udhr to do so. 13– To perform namâz with your hands inside your sleeves. 14– To sit with your shins erect, like dogs. 15– To close your eyes. 16– To turn your hands away from the direction of Qibla. 17– When performing namâz in jamâ’at, to perform it in a rear line while there is room enough (at least for one person) in a line before it. Itis tanzîhî (or tenzîhî) kerâhat (makrûh) if there is (at least) one person with you in that rear line, and tahrîmî kerâhat when there is no one else doing the same thing. In the latter case, you will have omitted something which is wâjib; that error can be repaired only by reperforming the namâz. 18– To perform namâz against a grave without (something like) a barrier between you and the grave. 19– To perform namâz against najâsat. (Najâsat is explained in detail in the sixth chapter of the fourth fascicle of Endless Bliss.) 20– For a man and a woman to perform different namâzes side by side. 21– To perform namâz while you feel an urge for going to the toilet. 22– After straightening up from the Rukû’, to go down for the Sajda by putting your hands on the floor before (putting your knees on the floor), without an ’udhr compelling you to do so. 23– To relieve an itch on any part of your bdy twice within one rukn, (which begins with the beginning of one standing position and ends with the beginning of another. Your namâz will be fâsid if you raise your hand three times and do the scratching three times, and in that case you will have to reperform the namâz.) 24– To bend down for the Rukû’ before the imâm does so, (if you are performing namâz in jamâ’at.) 25– To straighten up from the Rukû’ before the imâm does so. 26– To prostrate yourself for the Sajda before the imâm does so. 27– To rise from the Sajda before the imâm does so. 28– To get up in support of something around you, unless you have an ’udhr making it inevitable. 29– As you rise from the Sajda, to detach your knees before – 130 –

your hands from the floor (or prayer rug). 30– To wipe dust off your face and eyes. 31– In any later rak’at, to skip the sûra that is (immediately) after the sûra which you have recited during the previous rak’at. 32– To recite the same sûra in both the two suras in continuous succession, or to recite a sûra twice in one rak’at. (It is permissible in nâfila [supererogatory] namâz.) 33– In any later rak’at, to recite the sûra that is before the sûra which you recited in the previous rak’at. 34– In any later rak’at, to recite three âyats more than the âyats contained in the dhamm-i-sûra which you recited in the previous rak’at. 35– To bend down and/or straighten up in support of something around you, unless you have an ’udhr, (i.e. a good reason dictated by Islam,) that compels you to do so. 36– To wave away flies. 37– To perform namâz with your sleeves rolled up or with your shoulders or feet exposed. 38– To neglect covering yourself when you are outdoors. 39– To perform namâz on a passageway. 40– When making the Rukû’ or the Sajda, to count the tasbîhs with your fingers. 41– For the imâm to be so deeply in the mihrâb as he would be thoroughly inside of it if a curtain were drawn down. 42– For the imâm to be at a level more than one dhrâ’ higher or lower than that of the jamâ’at, if he is alone (at that level). (One dhrâ’ is approximately equal to half a metre.) 43– For the imâm to conduct the namâz from somewhere other than the mihrâb. 44– To say the Âmîn within the namâz loudly. 45– Whatever is to be said during the Qiyâm, to complete it, (i.e. the Sûra Fâtiha or the dhamm-i-sûra,) after having bent down for the Rukû’. 46, Whatever is to be said during the Rukû’, (i.e. “Subhâna Rabb-iy-al ’adhîm”,) to complete it after having straightened up back to the (standing position called) Qiyâm. 47– To stand on one foot without (any good reason called) ’udhr. – 131 –

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