>Hello Sohib EditorOnline, in this article we will discuss the proper way to make up missed Dhuhr prayers during the time of Ashar. As Muslims, performing the five daily prayers is an obligation for us. However, sometimes we may miss a prayer due to unavoidable circumstances. In such cases, it is important to perform the missed prayer as soon as possible. In this article, we will explore the method of performing Qada Salat Dhuhr during Ashar time.
What is Qada Salat?
Qada Salat refers to the act of making up missed prayers. It is an important aspect of Islamic belief and is considered a necessary obligation for every Muslim. When a Muslim misses a prayer due to any reason, they are required to make up for it at a later time. The method of performing Qada Salat depends on the time the prayer was missed and the time it is being made up.
When to Perform Qada Salat Dhuhr during Ashar Time?
The time for Dhuhr prayer starts after the sun has passed its zenith and ends when the shadow of an object is equal to its length. The time for Ashar prayer starts when the shadow of an object is twice its length and ends when the sun starts to set. If you have missed Dhuhr prayer and wish to make it up during Ashar time, it is important to perform it before the time for Ashar prayer ends.
How to Perform Qada Salat Dhuhr during Ashar Time?
The method of performing Qada Salat Dhuhr during Ashar time is similar to the regular Dhuhr prayer. However, there are a few differences that need to be considered. Here is a step-by-step guide:
Perform ablution (Wudu) as you would for any other prayer.
Face the Qiblah, raise your hands to your ears and say “Allahu Akbar” to start the prayer.
Recite the opening chapter of the Quran (Surah Al-Fatihah).
Recite any other chapter(s) of the Quran that you know or can easily remember.
Bow down (Ruku) and say “Subhana Rabbiyal Adheem” three times.
Stand up straight and say “SamiAllahu liman hamidah” and “Rabbana lakal hamd”.
Prostrate (Sujud) and say “Subhana Rabbiyal A’la” three times.
Sit back up and repeat steps 5-7 for the second Raka’ah.
At the end of the second Raka’ah, sit in the final sitting position and recite “Attahiyat”, “Allahumma salli ‘ala Muhammadin”, and “Allahumma barik ‘ala Muhammadin”.
End the prayer by turning your head to the right and saying “Assalamu alaikum wa rahmatullah” and then to the left and repeating the same.
It is important to note that Qada Salat should be performed with complete concentration and mindfulness. Remember the importance of the prayer and the reason why it is being made up.
1. Can I perform Qada Salat while standing up?
Yes, you can perform Qada Salat while standing up. However, it is recommended to perform the prayer while sitting down if standing up causes discomfort or pain.
2. Can I perform Qada Salat at any time of the day?
Yes, as long as the time for the prayer has not passed. However, it is recommended to perform the missed prayer as soon as possible.
3. Do I have to perform Qada Salat in the same place where I missed the prayer?
No, you do not have to perform Qada Salat in the same place where you missed the prayer. You can perform it anywhere, as long as it is a clean and suitable place for prayer.
4. Do I have to recite the Quran during Qada Salat?
Yes, you have to recite the Quran during Qada Salat, just like you would during a regular prayer. However, if you do not know any chapters of the Quran, you can recite any words of remembrance or supplication.
5. Do I have to perform Qada Salat immediately after missing the prayer?
No, you do not have to perform Qada Salat immediately after missing the prayer. However, it is recommended to perform it as soon as possible to avoid forgetting or missing it altogether.
In conclusion, performing the missed Dhuhr prayer during Ashar time is an important obligation for Muslims. By following the method of Qada Salat, one can make up for any missed prayer and seek forgiveness from Allah. It is important to perform the prayer with complete concentration and mindfulness, and to stay committed to performing all obligatory prayers on time.