Muslim rituals and practices
Religion is a universal foundation of custom, practices, beliefs and law that can affect every one’s perspective in life.
Religion is somehow looking back to what culture and tradition we have before, a very ancient institution. Islam is a religion that is approximately 1,400 years old, having been founded by Muhammad in the 600’s A.D. There is no primitive society without religion. Like Christianism, Islam is also a monotheistic religion. There are some sacred practices and rituals that are very important to Muslims. Based on religion facts some of their rituals are practiced daily, like prayer; others are practiced annually, like those aligned with specific Islamic holidays.
Each of the later religion flourished the message of its predecessors, bringing an update version of religion in the world. When Islam is born, it is the same day that Muhammad was born in Mecca in Saudi Arabia in 570. According to Ehtisham Khan Yousafzai, Muhammad was a deeply spiritual man, and often spent time in meditation on Mount Hira.
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Hira in Bengali means Diamond. It tells here that one evening in 610 he was meditating in a cave on the mentioned mountain when he was visited by the angel Jibreel who ordered him to “recite”. After some difficulty Muhammad found that he was reciting words which he came to understand were the words of God. After of it, when he is resting, Muhammad continued to receive these revelations.
The words were remembered and recorded, and form the text of the Holy Qu’ran, the Muslim scripture it also reflects their law. Qu’ran is the sacred text for Muslim who made by Muhammad’s teachings and was complied after he died by his followers. The religious practices of Muslims are just few in numbers but for them those practices is very important. The Five Pillars of Islam symbolizes their faith as believer of their institution.