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  1. Sleeping on Wudoo`
  2. Reading Soorat al-Ikhlaas, al-Falaq and an-Naas before sleeping
  3. Doing takbeer and tasbeeh when going to sleep
  4. Supplicating when awoken from sleep:  
  5. Supplicating once awake
  6. Sunan of Ablution and Salah  
  7. Rinse water and sniff in one go
  8. Ablution before Ghusl
  9. Tashahhud after ablution
  10. Being economical with water
  11. Two ruk’ah prayer after ablution
  12. Repeating the words of the adhan after the mu’adhdhin then supplicating for the Prophet (salla Allaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam)
  13. Frequent use of the siwaak (tooth stick)
  14. Going early to the Masjid
  15. Walking to the masjid
  16. Going to the prayer with dignity and tranquility
  17. Making dua’a upon entering and leaving the masjid
  18. Praying behind a sutra [barrier]
  19. Sitting in al-iqaa’ between the two prostrations  
  20. Sitting in the tawarruk position in the second tashahhud
  21. Making lots of supplication before ending the prayer with ‘as-salaamu ‘alaykum wa rahmatullaah’  
  22. Performing the Sunan and regular non-obligatory prayers (rawaatib)
  23. The Forenoon Prayer (Salaat al-Duhaa)
  24. The Night Prayer (Qiyaam al-layl)
  25. The Witr (‘odd’) Prayer
  26. Praying in shoes when pure
  27. Praying in Masjid al-Qubaa
  28. Performing voluntary prayers in one’s house  
  29. Prayer for divine guidance (Istikhaara)
  30. Sitting in prayer area after dawn prayers (fajr) until the sun rises  
  31. Bathing on the day of Jumuah
  32. Going early to Jumuah prayer
  33. Seeking the hour of having one’s prayer answered on Jumuah day
  34. Going to the Eed prayer by one path and returning by another
  35. Funeral prayers (janaaza)  
  36. Visiting graveyards  
  37. Sunan an-Sawn (Fasting)
  38. Pre-dawn meal (suhoor)
  39. Hastening the breaking of the fast when the sun has set
  40. Standing for night prayer during Ramadhan
  41. Staying in `itikaaf during the last ten days of Ramadhan
  42. Fasting for six days in the month of Shawwal  
  43. Observing fast for three days every month  
  44. Observing fast on the day of Arafah  
  45. Observing fast on the day of Ashurah
  46. Sunan as-Safar (Travelling)  
  47. Appointing a leader when travelling  
  48. Saying ‘Allaahu akbar’ (Allah is Great) when ascending and saying ‘Subhaanallaah’ (Glory be to Allah) when descending
  49. Supplication for stopover  
  50. Stopping first at the mosque when returning from a journey
  51. Sunan of Clothing and Eating
  52. Supplication upon wearing new clothes
  53. Starting wearing the shoe with the right
  54. Saying ‘bismillaah’ at the start of eating
  55. Praising Allah after eating and drinking  
  56. Sitting when drinking
  57. Rinsing one’s mouth after consuming milk
  58. Not criticising food
  59. Eating with three fingers  
  60. Drinking Zamzam water and using it as a cure
  61. Eating on Eed al-Fitr before going to the prayer area
  62. Remembrance and Supplication
  63. Reading the Quran frequently
  64. Beautifying one’s voice in the recitation of the Quran
  65. Always remembering Allah
  66. Glorification
  67. Responding to the one who sneezes
  68. Praying for the ill
  69. Putting one’s hand on a painful area and the supplication  
  70. Supplications when hearing the cock crow and seeking refuge with Allah on hearing the donkey bray
  71. Supplication during rainfall
  72. Remembering Allah when entering the house  
  73. Remembering Allah in gatherings  
  74. Supplication for entering the toilet
  75. Supplication for strong winds  
  76. Praying for Muslims in their absence
  77. Supplication for calamities
  78. Spreading Islamic salutations
  79. Other Sunan
  80. Seeking knowledge  
  81. Seeking permission to enter three times
  82. Putting a chewed sweet morsel like dates in the mouth of the new born (Tahneek)  
  83. Sacrificial feast (‘aqeeqah) for the new born
  84. Exposing parts of the body to falling rain
  85. Visiting the sick
  86. Visiting one another for the sake of Allah
  87. Smiling
  88. Annoucing one’s love for one’s brother
  89. Suppressing yawns
  90. Benefit of the doubt and thinking well of others
  91. Helping one’s family with housework
  92. Prophetic pratices of the natural human state (fitra):  
  93. Caring for orphans
  94. Avoiding anger
  95. Crying out of the fear of Allah
  96. Charity of posthumous effect (Sadaqa jaariyya):
  97. Building mosques
  98. Flexibility in buying and selling
  99. Removing harm from the road
  100. Charity
  101. Increasing good deeds during the first ten days of Dhul-Hijja  
  102. Killing domestic lizards (wazghah)
  103. Prohibition to narrate everything one hears  
  104. Trotting (raml) during circumambulation  
  105.   Persistence on a righteous action even if small

Sunan an-Nawm (Sleep)

Sleeping on Wudoo` The Prophet, sallallahu ‘alayhi wa salam told al-Baraa` bin ‘Aazib, radiallahu ‘anh, If you go to your bed, then do your wudoo` (ablution) as you would do it for prayer, then lie on your right” [Agreed upon, No ]

Reading Soorat al-Ikhlaas, al-Falaq and an-Naas before sleeping: From ‘Aishah radiallahu ‘anha, the Messenger, sallallahu ‘alayhi wa salam used to recite “Qul huwallahu ahad”, “Qul a’oothu birrabilfalaq” and “Qul a’oothu birrabinnaas” every night when he went to sleep, then wiped his face and whatever he was able from his body, beginning with his head and face, and what faces him from his body, three times” [al-Bukhaari: ]

Doing takbeer and tasbeeh when going to sleep: ‘Ali, radiallahu ‘anh narrates that the Messenger of Allah, sallallahu ‘alayhi wa salam said when Faatimah asked him for a servant, “Shall I not lead you to that which is better for you than a servant? If you go to your mattresses, or rest to sleep, then say Allahu Akbar thirty-four times, and say subhaan Allah thirty-three times, and say alhamdulilah thirty-three times, for they are better for you than having a servant” [Agreed upon:  & ]

Supplicating when awoken from sleep: ‘Ubaadah bin as-Saamit, radiallahu ‘anh narrates that the Prophet, sallallahu ‘alayhi wa salam said: “Anyone awoken in the night and says: Laa ilaha illa Allah, wahdatu laa shareeka lah, lahul-mulku walahul hamd, wa huwa ‘ala kulli shay`in qadeer, alhamdulilah was-subhaan Allah, wallahu akbar, wa laa hawla wa laa quwata illa billah, then said, Allahumma aghfirli or invoked Allah, he will be answered, and if he does ablution and prays, his prayer will be accepted” [al-Bukhaari: ]

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