Fardh

Fardh

Farḍ known as the Islamic word which denote a spiritual duty command by Allah “God”. The utterance is also used in Persian, Pashto, Turkish, or Urdu in the same meaning. Muslims they obey such instructions or duties are said to take delivery of hasanat, ajr or thawab every time for both good deed.
Fard or its synonym wājib is the five types in Ahkam into which the Fiqh categorize acts of every Muslim. In Hanafi Fiqh though makes a difference between Wajib and Fard, the latter life form obligatory and the previous merely necessary. The Indonesian, wajib also means obligatory, as the word is resulting from Arabic.