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Sallah

Sallah ("bauta", larabci صلاة; jam'i. Larabci صلوات ṣalawāt; ko kuma salat), ko Namāz (نَماز) a wasu haraunan, yana daya daga cikin Rukunnan Musulunci biyar na imani a Islam kuma aikin addini na wajibi akan kowane musulmi, (Mace & Namiji) Taqwa. Aiki ne na Zahiri, mental, da kuma spiritual act na bauta wanda akayinsa sau biyar a rana a wadansu kayyadaddun lokuta prescribed times. Lokacin yinsa dole mutum ya fuskanci kasar Makkah. A aika ce, mai bautan zai tsaya, zaiyi ruku'u, kuma zaiyi sujada, sannan ya kammala yayin da yake zauna a kasa.[1] A yayin kowace raka'a, mai bautar zai karanta wasu ayoyi daga cikin Qur'ani, da yabon Allah da kuma addu'o'i. Kalmar Sallah dai ana fassara ta da bauta, amma Kalmar na nufin addu'a ne, shiyasa ma'anar keda rikitarwa. Musulmai na amfani da Kalmar "du'a" "ambato" wurin ma'anar Kalmar addu'a wanda roko ne akeyi ko nema a wajen Allah".

Kafin ayi Sallah sai anyi Alwala. Sallah yakunshi maimaita Abu dayane, da akasani da rakʿah (pl. rakaʿāt ) wanda ke tattare da fadin wasu kayya daddun kalmoni da jawabai. Adadin wajibcin (fard) raka'o'i rakaʿāt yana tsakanin biyu ne zuwa hudu, according to the time of day or other circumstances (such as Friday congregational worship, which has two rakats). Sallah wajibai ne akan kowane musulmi face wadanda suke prepubescent, sukeyin menstruating, ko kuma suke zubar jini a farkon kwanaki 40 bayan haihuwa.[2] Kowace rukuni acikin Sallah ana gabatar da itane tareda da yin takbir, wato fadin (Allahu Akbar) face Lokacin tsayawa tsakanin ruku'u da sujada, sannan idarwa dake dauke da sallamar Musulunci As-salamu alaykum.[3]

Salloli Biyar[gyara sashe | Gyara masomin]

  • Sallar Fajr (Asubahi)
  • Sallar Zuhr (Azahar)
  • Sallar Asr (La'asar)
  • Sallar Magrib
  • Sallar Isha (Isha'i)


Anazarci[gyara sashe | Gyara masomin]

  1. "True Islam - Number of Salat". True Islam - Number of Salat. 
  2. Multicultural Handbook of Food, Nutrition and Dietetics, p. 43, Aruna Thaker, Arlene Barton, 2012
  3. al-Hassani, Abu Qanit (2009). The Guiding Helper: Main Text and Explanatory Notes. p. 123.