Five Pillars of Islam – Shahada, Salat, Swam, Hajj, Zakat

Five Pillars of Islam

Islam is the oldest and first religion in the world which starts from Adam Ale Salam. The Great God Allah has defined the 5 Pillars of Islam which they have to follow and do in their daily life. In the below-mentioned article you will get the details about Five Pillar of Islam which is Shahada, Salat, Sawm, Hajj, and Zakat.

The Five Pillar of Islam

1) Shahada (Declaration of Faith)

Shahada is also known as Awwal Kalma in the Urdu language which has to be read and sung by every Muslim. In fact, In Islam, there is a total of 5 Kalma Shahada is the first once and compulsory to follow on a daily basis in the prayer. Shahada is the declaration of faith and showing trust by saying a Sentence in the Arabic Language.

أشهد أن لا إله إلاَّ الله و أشهد أن محمد رسول الله. 

2) Salat (Obligatory Prayer)

This is the Islamic way of praying Salat in the day five times in different Intervals as Fajar, Zohar, Asar, Maghrib, and Isha. Which is mandatory for every Muslim to perform on a daily basis five times. Once the Kid gets 7 years Old then he has to perform Salat five times a day. Also, the Salat starts from Takbeer and ends on salaam.

3) Sawm (Fasting in the Month of Ramadan)

The most love pillar of Islam is Sawm which is performed by every Muslim. In the entire month of Ramadan Muslims are obligated to Swam every day from Dawn to Sunset (Fajar to Maghrib). Fasting involved many aspects of daily basic needs like avoidance of Eating, Drinking between a particular time.

4) Hajj (Pilgrimage to Mecca)

Hajj is another most important Pillar for Islamic to perform once in a life which is also known as annual Islamic pilgrimage to Mecca the most holicity of the Muslims. Hajj is a Mandatory Religious duty for Muslims that must be carried out once in a lifetime by all Muslims.

5) Zakat (Compulsory Giving)

Zakat is the part of Muslim’s yearly income which they have to compulsory donate to poor and needy people in the month of Ramadan. This has to be paid by or donate by every Muslim to poor and needy people to fulfill their basic needs like food and clothes.


Importance of Friday in Islam – Why Friday Is Best Day of The Week

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

“In the name of God, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful”

Importance of Friday In Islam

As per Islam, Friday is known the day when Sun has risen and Allah created Adam on the same day. There is an opportune time on Friday and if Muslims get it while praying and can ask something from Allah. In the below-mentioned article, we will give you the information about Why Importance of Friday in Islam and what needs to do on this day.

Importance of Friday in Islam

The Significance of Friday

  • The First Man in the World Adam is created on Friday and died on the same day
  • Adam is entered into the Paradise who is also the first man to enter Paradise
  • The Heaven was created on Friday and Earth is completed on Friday
  • The last day and hour will happen on Friday

Important Preparations For the Friday

On Friday you need to clean your body well basically you need to have a complete bath (Gusul). Listen to khutba sung by the Imam in the Mosque and reached the prayer well in advance to perform the complete Namaz and Dua. Also, you need to take care of the below mentioned important part about cleanliness.

  • You need to read Surah Al-Kahf loudly and same needs to share with others
  • You need to Cut your Nails
  • Do proper Ghusal
  • Use Miswak while brushing teeth
  • Use Perfume Alcohol free
  • Oiling Hair
  • Go to Masjid by walking and reach before the time
  • Do Friday prayer and Namaz