Funerals

'He who slaps his cheeks is not from us'


'He who tears his clothes is not from us'


'Indeed, we are grieved by your separation'


'The deceased is punished because of the weeping of some of his relatives'


Abusing the dead


Accompanying funeral procession and sitting


Aligning behind the Imam for funeral prayers


Bathing of the martyrs


Bathing the dead and the ablution


Boys in rows with men for funeral prayer


Boys offering funeral prayers


Building of mosques on graves


Burial at night


Burying two or three men in one grave


Committing suicide


Conveying news about the funeral procession


Dead children of Muslims


Dead children of pagans polytheists


Deceased hears the footsteps of the living


Desiring to be buried in Sacred Land e.g. Medina


Dying on Monday


Entwining hair of female in three braids


Establishing mosques over graves


Four Takbirs in funeral prayer


Funeral prayer for a boy who became Muslim


Funeral prayer for woman who died in childbirth


Funeral prayers for hypocrites


Getting down into the grave of a woman


Hair falling at the back


Hurrying with the coffin


If a pagan says: 'None has the right to be worshipped but Allah' at the time of his death


If sufficient cloth for shroud is not available


If there is nothing except one piece of cloth


Informing relatives of death


Last words: None has the right to be worshipped but Allah


Looking sad when afflicted with a calamity


Men, not women, are to carry the coffin


Not using turban in shrouding


Offering funeral prayer at Musalla or in Mosque


Offering funeral prayer on the grave after burial


Order of following funeral processions


Patience on first stroke of calamity


Perfuming the dead body


Placing a leaf of a date-palm over the grave


Position of Imam when offering funeral prayer


Praising the deceased


Preacher delivering lecture at grave


Preparing shroud before one's death


Prohibition of wailing


Punishment in the grave


Punishment in the grave because of backbiting and soiling one's clothes with urine


Putting Idhkhar and grass in the grave


Recitation of Surat-ul-Fatiha in funeral prayer


Saying 'Be patient' at the grave


Saying by the dead: 'Take me quickly'


Scolding those who cry aloud


Showing no signs of sorrow on calamity


Shrouding a dead body


Shrouding a Muhrim


Shrouding a woman in waist-sheet of a man


Shrouding in a shirt stitched or unstitched


Shrouding in two pieces of cloth


Shrouding with the price of all his property


Shrouding without using a shirt


Sitting after standing for funeral procession


Sorrow of the Prophet or Sad bin Khaula


Sprinkling camphor on dead body


Standing for funeral procession of a Jew


Standing for the funeral procession


Starting from the right side when bathing dead


Starting with ablution parts


Sudden unexpected death


Superiority of following the funeral procession


Taking out the dead body from the grave


Talking about the wicked among the dead


The deceased is shown his actual place in Hell or in Paradise


The funeral prayer of a martyr


The graves of the Prophet Abu Bakr, Umar


The Lahd and straight cut in the grave


The rows for funeral prayer


The speech of the deceased after it is lifted on the bier


The superiority of parents of deceased


The tradition of the funeral prayer


To seek refuge with Allah from the punishment in the grave


Undoing the hair of dead female


Visiting deceased after his shrouding


Visiting graves

   

Wailing


Waiting till deceased is buried


Washing an odd number of times


Weeping near a patient


White cloth for the shroud


Who should be put in the Lahd first


Women accompanying funeral procession


Women mourning for dead other than her husband


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