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Probably more than 100 Worcester residents died of heat prostration and sunstroke, and many more in the county.
ISLAMABAD -- Justice Jawwad S Khawaja has remarked " the prostrations of mentally slave people are longer and it seems as if Capital Development Authority (CDA) is pursuing colonial era laws rather than its own rules and regulations.
Following the testimony of faith, performance of the prayers at their correct times and complete in bowings, prostrations and humility, will guarantee forgiveness from God and everlasting paradise.
The services that do occur (from the liturgy of the hours) already take the Lenten form, with prostrations and extra psalmody.
The Dalai Lama begins the day with prayers, meditations and prostrations from 3 am.
As the realisation of the void nature of the mind is completely dependent upon your collection of merit and elimination obstacles, you should dispatch ahead of you as many prostrations as possible, made while reciting "The Declaration before the Thirty-five Buddhas", as well as hundreds of thousands of repetitions of the "hundred-syllable mantra of Vajrasa".
The physical prostrations of salah has many health benefits but they are beyond the reach of those suffering from stiff and aching joints caused by sedentary lifestyles and old age.
Manama Dubai's Grand Mufti has rejected prostrations during football matches, saying that they were contrary to Islamic law.
A sprawling tree and under it monk after monk, in maroon and red, rising and falling in a rigorous series of prostrations.
Leh, Mar 20 (ANI): Hundreds of Buddhists in Ladakh recently performed mass prostrations to mark the first sermon by Lord Buddha.
We know for certain how he prayed, offering the five daily prayers during the time range allowed for each, and performing every raka'ah with two prostrations before standing up again for a new raka'ah.
She went off right away and finished prostrations in one week.