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RAFATUL BARI SHARH SAHIH AL BUKHARI VOLUME 3 pdf

RAFATUL BARI SHARH SAHIH AL BUKHARI VOLUME 3
📘 Book Title Rafatul Bari Sharh Sahih Al Bukhari Volume 3
👤 Book AuthorImam al-Bukhari, Rafiq Ahmad
🖨️ Total Pages534
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Rafatul Bari Sharh Sahih Al Bukhari Volume 3

RAFATUL BARI SHARH SAHIH AL BUKHARI VOLUME 3

From the Book

The Book of Salaah (prayer) The Salaah is amongst the fundamentals of Islamic worship.

The Tahaarah—the ritual cleanliness through Wudu, Gusul, or Tayammum is an essential pre¬ requisite for Salaah. That is why Imam Bukhari first discussed the chapters related to Tahaarah now will be discussing the chapters related to Salaah—the main objective in worship.

 The word Salaah means ‘Dua’.

It is defined as: “Salaah often means Dua literally” In Islamic Shariah, the word Salaah is used for a specified type of worship which begins with Takbeer-i- Tahreemah and ends with Salaam. Since it mostly consists of Dua, it is called Salaah.

Chapter 1

How Salaah was made obligatory on the night of Mi’raj (miraculous journey of the Prophet (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam))

And Ibn Abbas said, “Abu Sufyan when telling the narration of Heraclius mentioned: The Prophet (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) ordered us to offer our prayers and to be true and chaste”.

 Purpose of Tarjamatul Baab By establishing this title for the chapter under discussion, the purpose of Imam Bukhari seems to be multidimensional.

The most important thing which he wants to point out is that all the commandments regarding all types of Ibaadah (worship) except Salaah were given to Rasulullah (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) while being physically on the face of the earth;

and Salaah is the only Ibaadah, the commandment of which was given as a gift to Rasulullah (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) in the heav¬ ens where he was taken during his visit famously known as Mi’raj.

Rasulullah (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) was invited as a guest by Allah to the heavens and here at this point, one has to first imagine who the Host was, who the guest was, and what the venue of invitation was then only one can appreciate the significance of the gift bestowed by such a Host to such a guest at such an elevated place.

This gift was five times obligatory Salaah.

When Rasulullah (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) went to Me’raj, he did not forget his people even at such an ele-

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