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سه شنبه: 1401/05/25

Mustahab things regarding the dress of a person offering prayers

 

873. A number of things are Mustahab for the dress of a person who offers prayers. Some of these are: Turban, along with its final fold passed under the chin; loose garment on the shoulder (‘Aba); white dress; and cleanest dress; use of perfume, and wearing an Aqeeq (Agate) ring.

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Instance when it is not necessary for the body and clothes to be Pak

(Exceptional cases)

 

856. In the following three cases, the prayers offered by a person will be valid, even if his body or dress be Najis:

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Sixth Condition

 

842. In Namaz, as per precautionary measures, the dress of a man, even his small scalp cap, or the laces for fastening the pajamas, or trousers, should not be made of pure silk. However, for men it is Haraam to wear pure silk at any time.

843. If the entire lining of a dress or a part of it, which is more than four joined finger, is made of pure silk, wearing it is Haraam for a man, and offering prayers with it will make it void.

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Fifth Condition

 

839. The use of a dress embroidered with gold is Haraam for men, may it be while offering Namaz or not, and to pray in such a dress will make Namaz void. But for women its use, whether in prayers or otherwise, is allowed.

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Fourth Condition

 

832. The dress of one who is praying should not be made of any part of the body of an animal whose meat is Haraam. If there is even hair, his prayers will be void.

833. If the saliva, or water from the nose, or any other moisture, from an animal whose meat is Haraam to eat, like that of a cat, is on the body or the dress of a person who is praying, and if it is wet, the Namaz will be void. But if it has dried up, and if its substance has been removed, then the prayer is valid.

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Third Condition

 

829. The dress of the person should not be made of the parts of the dead body of an animal whose blood gushes when killed. Even if the dress is made of the parts of the dead body of an animal whose blood does not gush, for example, fish or snake, as per obligatory precaution, he should not use that dress for offering prayers.

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Second Condition

 

823. The dress which a person uses for offering prayers should be Mubah. Hence, if a person knows that it is Haraam to use a usurped dress, and intentionally offers

 

prayers with the usurped dress, or a dress in which usurped thread or button or anything else is used, his prayers would be void.

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First Condition

 

807. The dress of a person offering prayers should be Pak. Therefore, if a person intentionally prays with Najis body, or dress, his prayers would be void.

808. If a person did not know that Namaz offered with Najis body or dress is void, and he prayed in that state, as per obligatory precaution, his prayers is void.

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Conditions for dress worn during prayers

 

806. There are six conditions for the dress used in Namaz:

  1. It should be Pak.
  2. It should be Mubah (permissible for him to use).
  3. It should not be made of the parts of a dead body.
  4. It should not be made of the carcass, whose meat is Haraam.
  5. & 6. If a person who offers prayers is a male, his dress must not be made of pure silk and must not be embroidered with gold. The details of these will follow later.
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