Ans Bin Malik (RA) narrates that Rasul-Allah (SAW) said, "Whoever wants that Allah Ta'ala increase blessings and goodness in his home then he should do wudu when the food is presented in front of him and do wudu when it is picked i.e., wash the hands and the mouth. (Ibn-e-Maajah)
In this section we aim to provide a brief overview of Islam, its principles and practices. It is aimed at a basic level for those who possess little or no knowledge about the Islamic faith. It is hoped that the following pages will provide some insight and understanding of the religion.
The Arabic word ‘Islam’ means voluntary surrender to the Will of Allah and obedience to His commands. Allah, also an Arabic word, is the unique name of God.
The Islamic way of life is based on total obedience to Allah (subhanahu wa ta’ala) . This is the way to obtain peace both in this world and in the hereafter; hence, Islam also means peace. A person who freely and consciously accepts the Islamic way of life, and sincerely practices it, is called a Muslim.
Islam informs man about the purpose of his creation and existence and it provides him with Guidance (Hidaya) to lead a balanced and purposeful life which will enable him to be rewarded with a place in Paradise (Jannah) in the life after death.