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“And keep reminding, because reminding benefits the believers.” (51:55)

Masnoon Recitations in Salat


The source for the following is ‘Ta’limul Islam’ by Mufti-e-Azam Hadhrat Maulana Kifayatullah (Rahmatullah Alayhi). It’s about which recitations of the Holy Qur’an are Masnoon in the daily five obligatory prayers, the two Rak’at Sunnah before Fajr prayers and the three Raka’at Wajib Witr after Isha prayers.

In the Fardh Raka’ats of Fajr and Zuhr prayers you recite long Surahs,
that means from Surat Al-Hujrat (Juz’ 26) till Surat Al-Buruj (Juz’ 30).

In the Fardh Raka’ats of ‘Asr and Isha’ prayers you recite not so long Surahs,
that means from Surat At-Tariq (Juz’ 30) till Surat Al-Bayyinah (Juz’ 30).

In the Fardh Raka’ats of Maghrib prayers you recite short Surahs,
that means from Surat Al-Zalzalah (Juz’ 30) till Surat An-Nas (Juz’ 30).

In the two Sunnah Raka’ats of Fajr prayers you recite:
(1) Surat Al-Kafirun (Juz’ 30)
(2) Surat Al-Ikhlas (Juz’ 30)

In the three Wajib Raka’ats of Witr prayers you recite:
(1) Surat Al-‘Ala (Juz’ 30)
(2) Surat Al-Kafirun (Juz’ 30)
(3) Surat Al-Ikhlas (Juz’ 30)

[lesson no. 74: “Recitation of Qur’an in Salat”, page 123-125]

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2 Responses

  1. Asma says:

    And by “Masnoon”, do you mean as hadhrat Muhammad saww used to recite??

  2. True Life says:

    Masnoon means our beloved Prophet (sallallahu alayhi wasallam)’s precept.

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