URDU-A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE SELECTED CHAPTER OF INAM AL-BARI AND NAIMAT AL-BARI, KITAB AL-JUMAH
انعام الباری و نعمۃ الباری کے منتخب باب کتاب الجمعۃ کا تقابلی جائزہ
Keywords:Inam-ul-Bari, Naimatul Bari, Hazrat Asad bin Zurra(R.A), Hazrat Omar( R.A),Friday Prayers.
Inam al-Bari and Naimat al-Bari are two interpretations of Bukhari Sharif. Inam-ul-Bari is a collection of lectures by Mufti Muhammad Taqi Usmani on Bukhari Sharif and Naimatul Bari is a commentary on Bukhari Sharif written by Maulana Ghulam Rasool Saeedi. This article provides a comparative overview of the chapters of the Book of Jumuah. Before Islam, Kaab bin Lui established Jumu'ah and in Islam, Hazrat Asad bin Zurra(R.A) established it. Imam Bukhari has argued for the obligation of Friday prayers from verse 9 of Surah Al-Jumu'ah. There were 40 people in the first Friday prayer.According to the majority of scholars, it is Sunnah to perform ghusl on Friday. It is Sunnah to give a sermon standing up. It is mustahab to apply perfume and toothbrush in Friday prayer. According to the majority of scholars, Friday hours start at sunrise, but according to Imam Malik, they begin after sunset. According to Hazrat Omar( R.A), there is a great virtue of meditating on Friday. According to Hazrat Omar( R.A), it is a great virtue to go to the mosque early in the morning to offer Friday prayers. Miswak is the Sunnah of the religion. Man's saliva is pure. According to the majority of scholars, it is permissible to hold Friday prayers in a small town Whereas among the Hanafis it is permissible in the city or in the town.
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