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By: Maheen Zaidi Please refer to the Level 5 Textbook for more information.
What Are The 11 Wajib Acts? There are 11 wajib acts of salat. They’re divided into Rukn and Ghayr Rukn. The wajib acts are: Niyyat (Intention) Takbiratul-Ehram (The first “Allah Hu Akbar”) Qiyam (Standing) Qira’at (Reciting Surah-Hamd and another Surah) Ruku (Bowing) Two Sajdahs (Prostration with forehead, knees, palms, and big toes touching the ground) Dhikr (Recitations in Sajdah and Ruku) Tashahud (Recitation while sitting down in the 1 st and last rakaat) Salam (Recitation of salutation after Tashahud) Tartib (Praying in sequence) Muwalat (Praying without any interruption or gap)
Rukn and Ghayr Rukn Rukn acts are the foundation. If you miss or add them on purpose or by mistake, the salat is batil. Ghayr Rukn acts are not the foundation, but they are still wajib. If you miss or add them on purpose, your salat is batil. But if you miss or add them on mistake, your salat is not batil but you have to do Sajdah-E-Sehv.
Rukn Acts Niyyat Takbiratul Ehram *Qiyam during Tabiratul Ehram *Qiyam before Ruku Ruku Two sajdahs
Ghayr Rukn Acts Qira’at *Qiyam during Qira’at *Qiyam after Ruku Dhikr Tashahud Salam Tartib Muwalat
The Different Qiyams There is Rukn and Ghayr Rukn (as you read) and in the wajib acts of salat, there is an act called Qiyam. There are 4 types of Qiyams: Qiyam during Takbiratul Ehram, Qiyam before Ruku, Qiyam during Qira’at, and Qiyam after Ruku. Qiyam during Tabiratul Ehram and Qiyam before Ruku are Rukn. Qiyam during Qira’at and Qiyam after Ruku are Ghayr Rukn.