كتاب الصلاة

Book of Prayer

1 - The adhān and its virtue
2 - How the Prophet صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم was taught the adhān
3 - Who used to say “ḥayya ʿalā khayri ‘l-ʿamal” in the adhān
4 - Whose adhān and iqāma were doubled
5 - What the person who hears the adhān says
6 - Who disliked chanting in the adhān
7 - Who did not regard there to be harm with chanting when he has made his adhān clear
8 - What has been mentioned regarding someone who has called the adhān prior to dawn
9 - The adhān without being pure and speech in the adhān
10 - Regarding the adhān of the blind person, and regarding the man who calls the adhān and someone else says the iqāma, and what is upon women in the adhān
11 - Regarding the times of the prayer
12 - The time of maghrib and ẓuhr
13 - Who would pray ʿaṣr upon a qāma after the declension and measure the sun
14 - Regarding the right of the prayer and praying fajr while it is still dark
15 - What has been mentioned regarding one who neglects the time
16 - The key of the prayer, its taḥrīm, and its taḥlīl
17 - The opening (istiftāḥof the prayer
18 - Who said the istiftāḥ and the taʿawwudh are after the takbīr
19 - Who said the taʿawwudh and the istiftāḥ are before the takbīr
20 - Raising the hands in the beginning of the prayer
21 - Who disliked raising the hands after the first takbīr
22 - Who said that every prayer without a recitation is a miscarriage
23 - Who regarded that one recites in the last two rakʿat, and who regarded that one does tasbīḥ in them
24 - What has been mentioned regarding recitation behind the imām
25 - What has been mentioned regarding the audible recitation of bismillāhi ‘r-raḥmāni ‘r-raḥīm
26 - The forbiddance of speech in the prayer
27 - Character of the standing in the prayer, the sujūd, the rising up, and the sitting
28 - What one says when he has risen his head from the rukūʿ