Sifat Salat Un nabi Arabic (Prophets Prayer Described) By Muhammad Nasiruddin Al-Albani
Author: Muhammad Nasiruddin Al-Albani
Book Binding: Hardcover
Size: 9.6 x 6.8 x 0.5 inch
Publication year: 2011
About This Book:
Muhammad Nasiruddin Al-Albani's "Sifat Salat Un Nabi" is a significant work that presents a top to bottom and cautiously exhaustive portrayal of the request of the Prophet Muhammad PBUH. This book, written in Arabic, is a nitty gritty aide for people wanting to learn and reproduce the Prophet's request practices and stances as portrayed in Islamic customs.
A recognized Islamic researcher and hadith-trained professional, Muhammad Nasiruddin Al-Albani, assumes the obligation of purposefully examining and explaining the many pieces of the Prophet's requests. His work depends on valid hadith and gives fundamental bits of knowledge into the Prophet's request way, manners, and stances, making it a vital asset for Muslims hoping to further develop their own request propensities.
The following are key features of "Sifat Salat Un Nabi (Prophet's Prayer Described)":
The book presents an exact and exhaustive depiction of the Prophet's request, covering each part from the underlying Takbir to the finishing up salam, permitting perusers to get a careful handle of the request as exemplified by the Prophet.
Al-Albani's work is firmly established in genuine hadith writing, affirming the reliability and legitimacy of the depictions and practices.Arabic Language:
Written in Arabic, the book permits perusers to get to these lessons in their unique language, considering an immediate relationship with the Prophetic legacy.
The book gives bit-by-bit directions on the most proficient method to lead the different stances and requests inside the request, making it a helpful asset for Muslims hoping to further develop their own request rehearses.
[originally purchased 10th Nov 2022] - one of the best and most comprehensive guides on how to pray exactly as The Prophet ﷺ prayed compiled by no other than the great Shaykh al-Albani رحمه الله. must have, essential to the library.