Itikaf Aug16

Itikaf

Among other observances which are exclusive to Ramadhan, Itikaf can only be performed during the last ten days of the month. Literally, itikaf means to be still at a place. The main purpose of Itifkaf is to remember Allah, residing in the corner of a mosque, aloof from all the worldly...

Laylat-ul-Qadr Aug16

Laylat-ul-Qadr

The month of Ramadhan holds a special place in the Islamic lunar calendar. It is not only a month in which one of the pillars of Islam, fating (saum), is practiced, but it is also a month during which the revelation of the Holy Quran took place. A month filled with blessings and glad...

MORALITY IN ISLAM Aug02

MORALITY IN ISLAM

Morals are the standards set by society for an ethical human behavior. It can also be called the ability to distinguish between right and wrong. Morality is the adherence to the moral values present in the society, especially the following of good moral conduct. Morals in the general...

Importance of Fasting Jul25

Importance of Fastin...

Fasting is an act of worship made obligatory for the believers in the 2 AH. It is one of the pillars on which the structure of Islam is erected. Fasting is prescribed to the Muslims in the month of Ramadan, the ninth month of the lunar calendar. To Fast or saum, means to abstain from...

Masjid al-Quba

The mosque of Quba is the first mosque to be ever built. Its magnificent structure stands in the outskirts of the city Madinah. The Holy Prophet (pbuh) and his companion on the journey, Hazrat Abu Bakr (R.A) stayed at Quba on the way to their emigration from Makkah to Madinah. Fourteen years...