Author: Abdus Subhan Dalvi
Publisher: Huma Press
Pages: 47 pages
Format: Paperback / softcover
Weight: 0.077 kg
Why do I pray? What is the point of it? Why am I required to pray five times a day? Why isn’t once enough? What is in it for me?
These are questions that many of us live with, regardless of our age or level of piety. This book takes the reader on a journey of self-reflection and encourages one to question themselves regarding their attachment to Allah. It provides solutions to help one develop consistency in prayer and advice to strengthen one’s resolve.
The 5 daily prayers are the most basic obligation upon every Muslim. If you wish, you could establish your prayer properly, or find yourself prone to finding it a challenge, this little book will help you kill the excuses and get into the right mental space to worship your Creator on His terms and fulfil the purpose of your life. [Shalikha Fatima Barkatulla]
About The Authors: Abdus Subhan ibn Amanulla Dalvi
He completed his Aalimiyah and secular studies in London before travelling to Egypt where he furthered his studies in Arabic, memorisation of the Qur’an and Qira’ah (Quranic Intonation). Thereafter, he studies the science of Ifta (Islamic Jurisprudence) at Darul Uloom Bury. Shaykh Abdus Subhan has completed his LLB Law and thereafter a MRes in Islamic studies wherein he published a thesis focusing on the Development of Islamic Legal Rulings. He serves as an Imam and a Khatib in North London and teaches the Aalimiyah course at various institutions.