The Quran literally meaning “the recitation” of the holy book is considered as one of the best acts that can be performed by any Muslim. Quran reading can fill our minds with knowledge, influence us, instill a feeling of freshness and bring positive energy as well as blessings of the Almighty Allah on us! Thus, it is said that irrespective of hectic schedules and busy lives, a Muslim should take the time out to read the words of God himself!! It is no news to anyone that the holy Quran is packed with a wealth of information on all subjects that is tremendously beneficial to us in this world and thereafter.
It’s the first verses of the quran that ALLAH has reveals to Mohhamad (P.B.U.H) by Angel gabiel “humans to study”.
We are used to reading books which present information, ideas and arguments systematically and logically. So, when we embark on the study of the Qur’an, we expect that this book too will revolve around a definite subject, that the subject matter of the book will be clearly defined at the beginning and will then be neatly divided into sections and chapters, after which discussion will proceed in a logical sequence. We likewise expect a separate and systematic arrangement of instruction and guidance for each of the various aspects of human life.
So, well every Muslim needs to learn the quran to know about five pillars of Islam. Which are?
- ‘Shahadah’ Believing and saying the words
‘There is no god except Allah, Muhammad is the messenger of Allah’
- ‘Salah or prayer’ Praying everyday
- ‘Zakah’ donating money
- ‘Sawm’ Fastin during Ramdan
- ‘Hajj’ Going on a pilgrimage
What are the Five Pillars of Islam to learn at QuranRead.com? There are various ethical sources of Islamic moral teaching that establish the shariah, the Pathway to Allah. Allah (God) decrees what is right and what is good. The Pathway lays down two main spheres of duty. The Five Pillars of Islam (the first sphere) contains the duties towards Allah (God) himself. There are five basic activities that comprise the Five Pillars by which the Muslim shows surrender or submission to God.