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Namaz is the Islamic word for prayer. It means to bow in worship and submission to God. It is done by saying, “Alhamdulillah” (Praise be to God) and “Allahu Akbar” (Allah is Great).
Literally translated, salat means prayer and is usually considered the act of worshipping Allah SWT; an act specifically mentioned in the Holy Qur’an with a variety of rules and guidelines surrounding it.
The process of performing salat (prayer) is complex. You must be wearing specific types of clothing that cover certain areas of your body, face towards Mecca, recite passages from the Quran, and repeat phrases over and over again until you memorize them.
The principle of salat (prayer) is to increase your awareness of the Creator, to increase your level of piety and to become more conscious of the need to worship Allah.
Many of these other prayers are performed at the janaza funeral of the deceased and are called Namaaz-e-Aalim, and a Namaaz-e-Eid is also performed on the morning of Eid-ul-Fitr and Eid-ul-Adha.Another important ritual during the month of Ramadan is taraweeh, which is a prayer offered every night during the Holy month of Ramadan.