A Woman's Performing Namâz

It is written in Ni'mat-i Islam: "When beginning to perform namâz, a woman raises both hands up to the level of her shoulders. While standing she puts her right hand on the left hand. But she does not grasp her left wrist with the fingers of her right hand. She puts her hands on her breast. While making rukû, her hands are placed on the knees, but she does not grasp them. She keeps her fingers closed together. She does not keep her legs straight, nor her back level. While making sajda, she lowers herself, bringing her arms to her sides while she keeps her abdomen placed over her thighs. She sits on the buttocks, her legs inclined towards right. A woman cannot be an imâm for men. It is makrûh for a woman to be an imâm for other women. If they follow a man as imâm, they should be in the last line of the jamâ'at. If a woman is kissed (while performing namâz), her namâz will be nullified. While performing namâz in jamâ'at, if a woman stands beside or in front of a man, the man's namâz will be fâsid (nullified). The man should signal to the woman to move behind. If she does not do as she is beckoned, in that case, only the woman's namâz will become fâsid. In case of a baby crying or of food boiling over the fire, leaving the namâz is permissible for a woman. A woman does not strecth her hands forward while making duâ, but she keeps them inclined towards her face."