Obligatory, such as the five daily prayers.
Obligatory duty according to divine law, e.g. offering salah five times a day.
Obligatory; performance will be rewarded and neglect will be punished (said of an action)
An obligatory action. If the individual performs the action then he is rewarded. Whereas, the failure to perform the action results in a punishment.
Something that every Muslim has to perform. (5 daily prayers, fasting, helping the needy, pilgrimage, etc.).
something which is obligatory on a Muslim. It is sometimes used in reference to the obligatory part of salaah.
Obligatory, something which must be done.
obligatory command that is established through decisive proof (dalil qati). One who neglects a fard injunction without any valid excuse is termed a transgressor (fasiq) in Islamic sharia, and one who rejects a fard injunction is considered an unbeliever (kafir).
Fard also farida (ÙØ±Ø¶ "obligation, duty") is an Islamic Arabic term which denotes a religious duty. The word is also used in Urdu and Hindi (spelled farz) in the same meaning, i.e. ye mera farz hai (It is my duty).