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When and how does one offer Namaaz -e- Chaast? how and when?

Posted 22 January 2006 - 09:00 PM (#1) User is offline   sayyed__786 

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asalaam alaykum.....can someone tell me how and when you read namaaze chashat (nafli namaaz) ?

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Posted 22 January 2006 - 09:33 PM (#2) User is offline   Jilani-Media 

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Namaz-e-Chast

It consists of at least two rakats and a maximum of twelve rakats in salaams of two, and it is better to pray all twelve rakats.

The time of Namaz-e-Chast starts when the sun has quarter risen in the sky and ends and 1½ hours before the time of Namaz-e-Zuhr begins.

Example:
Sunrise is at 8:08am and Maghrib is at 4:37pm so the difference is 8hours and 29minutes. Divide that by four and you get 2hours and 8minutes. Now if you add that to the sunrise time you get 10:16am and this is the start time for Namaz-e-Chast.
If the time for Namaz-e-Zuhr starts at 12:26pm then the time for Namaz-e-Chast ends at 10:56am -------------------------
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Posted 22 January 2006 - 10:57 PM (#3) User is offline   usmnk 

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You offer the opposite way of Nimaz-e-Tajjud. In tajjud in first rakat you read Surah Ikhlas once, then in seond u read surah iklas twice. adn then so on it 12 rakats if you are offering 12 rakkats of Tajjud. In Chast in the first rakat you read Surah Ikhlas 12 times, and seond rakat 11 times Surah Ikhlas. 3rd rakhat 10 tiems and so on if you offer 12 rakats of Chast
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Posted 22 January 2006 - 11:12 PM (#4) User is offline   Aqeel-MQadri-Jilani 

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QUOTEOriginally posted by: Ghulam-e- Shaazlee
You offer the opposite way of Nimaz-e-Tajjud. In tajjud in first rakat you read Surah Ikhlas once, then in seond u read surah iklas twice. adn then so on it 12 rakats if you are offering 12 rakkats of Tajjud. In Chast in the first rakat you read Surah Ikhlas 12 times, and seond rakat 11 times Surah Ikhlas. 3rd rakhat 10 tiems and so on if you offer 12 rakats of Chast


Salaams Brother,

Can you please give the reference for this? From which source are you quoting this information?

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Posted 23 January 2006 - 03:00 PM (#5) User is offline   Jilani-Media 

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QUOTEOriginally posted by: Ghulam-e- Shaazlee
In tajjud in first rakat you read Surah Ikhlas once, then in seond u read surah iklas twice. adn then so on it 12 rakats if you are offering 12 rakkats of Tajjud


Asalamu Alaikum,

Brother in Namaz-e-Tahajjud the optimal recommended amount of rakats is 8 not 12, because this was the general practice of the Beloved Prophet (sallAllahu alaihi wa aalihi wa sallam). Also I've read that Imam-e-Ahle Sunnat, Imam Ahmad Raza Khan (rahmatullahi alaih) has said that in Namaz-e-Tahajjud you should read Surah al-Ikhlas (Qul huwa Allahu ahad...) three times in every rakat so that you get the reward of completing the Glorious Qur'an in each rakat. -------------------------
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JazakAllah brother Nabeel for the clarification on this matter
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