In Islam, Fardhu Ain refers to obligatory acts that must be performed by each individual Muslim, including prayer, charity, fasting, and pilgrimage. It is a form of Individual obligation and is contrasted with communal obligation, ‘Fard Al-kifayah’.
Ramadan is a month identified as the month of mercy and forgiveness. A month where good deeds will be multiplied in its reward. A month that provides splendid opportunities for spiritual enhancement. A month of deep devotion and reflection.
All of us are required to learn the Fardhu Ain of Islam. This means:
- A sound and basic Aqida/Creed – with a proper commentary. This is to give you the baseline understanding to know what you mean when you say “God”.
- A basic Fiqh
- Purification- including tahara, najasa, how to clean yourself etc.
- Prayer – Its pillars and what is fard, mandub, sunna etc.
- Fasting & its rules
- Zakat-how to pay it, what to pay it on, when it is due
- Hajj & its rules
Fardhu Ain by ADIL is a free workshop comprising of a summarised version of two of ADIL’s Baseline modules; A Muslim’s Manual & Light of Faith. Specially tailored for those who wishes to learn Islam from its basic beginnings and those who would like to refresh their understanding of their Deen.When and where?
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