The mosque in Qome road
Rules for mosque
When entering the mosque, a person should take off his shoes or sandals. Entering the mosque is done with the right foot first, while pronouncing blessings upon Muhammad and his family. Once inside the mosque, two rak'a (part of the salat) are to be performed. A person inside the mosque speaks softly, not loudly, so that he or she does not disturb people praying. For the Friday prayer, nice clothes and perfumes are recommended.
Women are not prevented by either the Koran or the Sunna from entering mosques, but there are regulations as to how a woman in a mosque should behave. Mosques can be segregated, either in time, or in space. But through most of Muslim history, women entering mosques have not been welcomed by men. Mosques have in many cases been closed to women, a tradition either regulated by local rules or by habit. Women have, therefore, resorted to pray in their homes.
While the salat can be performed anywhere, it is considered more meritorious when performed in the mosque, i.e. together with other people. The Sunna states that salat in the mosque is 20 or 25 times more valuable than the one performed in the home.
The Friday prayer or sermon, khutba, is considered to be compulsory for all male Muslims. The regulations for the khutba developed over a long period, approximately 2 centuries.
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gracious (20025) 2009-01-25 0:40
Excellent composition in vertical format to have this beautiful Mosque captured and composed!
the pov is perfect with great sharpness, good colour and details
a very good informative notes
migjan (2923) 2009-01-25 1:45
Piêkny budowla. Niestety zdjêcie nie oddaje w pe³ni tego piêkna. Moje drobne poprawki w workshop.
Beautiful building. Unfortunately, a picture does not reflect fully the beauty. My minor changes in the workshop.
photoray (13719) 2009-01-25 7:49
Interesting colorful mosque and well composed. Your notes on mosque etiquette are also helpful. Thanks for sharing.
banaei_nikon (777) 2009-01-25 20:48
Very nice mosque
Good composition & good colour
syrus_persia (2270) 2009-01-25 23:01
Tarkib bandiye ghashangi ro entekhab kardi.Be nazare man yekami contrastesh payine. shayad monitore mankharabe.
dar har sorat akse kheyli khobiye.
CaesarP (3924) 2009-01-26 6:45
great capture of this beautifull architecture.
I like it very much.
s_lush (16134) 2009-02-01 5:43
Thanks for so useful note! Your shot is a good illustration for this information. Also it is very well captured, with perfect composition and colors. The vertical perspective is slightly exaggerated due to lens distortion, but as the workshop shows this is easy to correct. Both the original and workshopped images look very well. Good job!
mapek61 (3913) 2009-02-01 8:00
A beautiful mosque, nicely shown. I like it.
Angshu (56666) 2009-02-03 2:25
I love the beautiful blue domes, we see in the your country. Rich in details, which are not very clear from this distance, the people do help in understanding of the scale. Well done!
maximage (15535) 2009-02-11 2:29
Merci de ta visite.
Très belle image de ton grand pays un peu mystérieux pour moi. Splendide mosquée à l'architecture remarquable.
Amitiés de Suisse noyé sous la neige.
Bandit (2360) 2009-02-16 8:35
Une image très bien réalisé de cette mosquée ! J'aime beaucoup les personnes qui viennent agrémentés la photo !
Bien vu !! Bravo !!
envisage (207) 2009-04-13 4:15
I like the POV and capture. Seems a little over exposed but this is a nice capture.
- Copyright: Sadegh Samandi Zadeh (SAMANDI) (302)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2008-03-18
- Categories: Castles
- Camera: Fuji Finepix S9600, 28 - 300 mm (35 mm equiv) 10.7x optical
- Photo Version: Original Version, Workshop
- Date Submitted: 2009-01-24 22:08