It includes total 17 Rakats encompassing 4 Rakats Sunnah, 4 Rakats Fard, 2 Rakat Sunnah, 2 Rakat Nafil, 3 Witr, and 2 Rakat Nafl. If you offer this prayer, Allah will reward you.
Obligatory is 4 rakah. night prayer[ isha]: 4 rakat fardh + 2 rakat sunnah then 3 rakat witr (Optional: 4 rakat sunnah prior to the 4 rakat fardh and 2 rakat nafl before and after the witr).
In Islamic tradition, Muslims perform five formal prayers at specified times each day. For people who miss a prayer for any reason, the tradition allows the prayer to be made up at a later time without it automatically counting as a sin that cannot be rectified.
They are both Nafl (non-obligatory) with two rakat prayers that should be performed by the Muslim community in congregation.
From your question, it seems that 7 am is after sunrise in your part of the world and thus after the time for Fajr . So, you should pray Fajr as soon as you can after waking up.
What is the ruling if I only pray Fard prayers according to Islamic laws? The ruling is that there’s no sin on the person who maintains only the fard (obligatory) prayers and skips nawafil (voluntary) ones. The Prophet of Allah (PBUH) was once enquired by a man regarding the duties of a Muslim.
Maghrib — The Dusk Prayer : 3 Rakat Fard + 2 Rakat Sunnah followed by 2 Rakat Nafl. Isha — The Night Prayer : 4 Rakat Sunnah + 4 Rakat Fard + 2 Rakat Sunnah +2 rakat Nafl + 3 Rakat Witr and 2 Rakat Nafl before and after the Witr .
Sunnah must be prayed first and then fard .. But if the congregation had already started as per some scholars you should pray first fard in congregation and then complete your sunnah .
Rule: If there isn’t enough time to pray the Ada and all the Qaza Namaz then pray as many Qaza and the Ada as possible and for the rest, Tarteeb can be missed, for example, if both the Farz of Isha and Witr became Qaza and in Fajr you only had time to pray five Rakats then you pray three Rakats of Witr and two of Fajr,
Should I continue fasting even if I miss the prayer . In Islam it is quite clear. Allah has enjoined both the prayer and the fast during the month of Ramadan for the believers. If your question is whether missing the salah invalidates or breaks your fast , there is no mention of this.
you can pray Fajr prayer at any time you wake up. It is Allah who holds the soul during sleep. And perform the Salah, at the two ends of the day and in some hours of the night.
Allah forgives all sins including missing Salat(prière) (Salat is arabic word it means prière. 39:53 Say, “O My servants who have transgressed against themselves: do not despair of Allah’s mercy, for Allah forgives all sins.
Praying sunnahs at home is much more rewarding than praying them in the masjid (according to one hadith, 25x as rewarding). The prophet never urged us to rush to the masjid and you could always make up the rakaa that u missed, whereas you can’t make up the sunnah since it’s before fajr.
People use “ sunnat ” to refer to voluntary good deeds and acts of worship. Nafl means voluntary act of worship. So the two in their common usage have generally the same meaning when they refer to acts of worship like prayer or fasting. But in common usage, people only use sunna to refer to voluntary deeds.
The azan is the commencement of prayers time if you are alone or in a jamath it’s not impossible to say your salat, you should recite the azan then the iqamat and then say your prayers , provided the time has commenced, otherwise your prayers are not valid they would become nafl prayers of the previous time.