Qaza Salah - Method of Praying Qaza Salah

Method of Praying Qaza Salah. How do I pray the Qaza Namaz? How many Rakats are there in QAZA namaz? How do you make up for missed salah?

Qaza Salah - How to Pray Qaza Namaz (Prayer) Quickly

Qaza salahs are the prayers that are missed or not offered at their prescribed time. It is mandatory for every Muslim to perform these missed prayers to make up for the lost time. The method of praying Qaza salahs is similar to the regular salahs with some exceptions.

Here is a step-by-step guide on how to perform Qaza salahs:

  1. Intention: Before starting the salah, make the intention of performing the missed prayer as Qaza salah.

  2. Recitation of Takbir: Raise your hands to the level of the ears and say “Allahu Akbar” (Allah is the greatest).

  3. Recitation of Surah Al-Fatihah: Recite Surah Al-Fatihah, the opening chapter of the Quran.

  4. Recitation of additional surahs: Recite any additional surahs or verses of the Quran that are typically recited during that particular prayer.

  5. Ruku: Bow down and say “Subhana Rabbiyal Adheem” (Glory be to my Lord, the Most Great) three times.

  6. Standing position: Stand up straight and say “Sami Allahu liman hamidah” (Allah hears those who praise Him) while raising your hands to the level of your ears.

  7. Sajdah: Prostrate and say “Subhana Rabbiyal A’la” (Glory be to my Lord, the Most High) three times.

  8. Jalsa: Sit upright and say “Rabbighfirlee” (O Allah, forgive me).

  9. Second Sajdah: Perform the second sajdah and recite “Subhana Rabbiyal A’la” three times.

  10. Tashahhud: Sit in a cross-legged position and recite the Tashahhud.

  11. Salam: Turn your face to the right and say “Assalamu Alaykum Wa Rahmatullah” (Peace be upon you and the mercy of Allah), then turn your face to the left and say the same.

It is important to note that Qaza salahs should be performed as soon as possible after the missed time, without any delay. It is recommended to make up missed prayers in chronological order, starting with the oldest missed prayer first.

In addition to performing Qaza salahs, it is also important for every Muslim to strive to perform their prayers on time and not miss any of them. Allah has prescribed the five daily prayers as a means of establishing a connection with Him and seeking His guidance and blessings. By fulfilling this obligation, Muslims can lead a balanced and fulfilling life both in this world and the hereafter.