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By: Affendy Ahmad

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Sunday, 5-Apr-2009 05:28 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Post wedding - Beah Portrait Photo Shoot of Shalina & Zulhilmi

outdoor wedding photo shoot
photo shoot beach
photo shoot sunset
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19th. March 2009

Shalina & Zulhilmi had their wedding in Langkawi. Nikah was on 16th March while the bersanding reception were on 18th. March (Shalina's house) and 19th.March 2009 (Zulhilmi's house).

The beach portrait photo shoot was on 19th. March. Location was in Pantai Tengah Langkawi. It was raining earlier in Langkawi but the sunset was just amazing. This lucky newly wed Malay couple was just lucky with on of the best sunset in Langkawi for this year.

Photographer: Affendy and were assist by Farhana and Hanif of WWW.AFFENDY.COM


Sunday, 12-Oct-2008 02:44 Email | Share | | Bookmark
My Aildilfitri Celebration - HAri RAya Aidil Fitri 2008

 
 
 
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Hari Raya Aidilfitri is when Muslims from around the world who have practiced abstinence mark the end of the holy fasting month of Ramadhan.

Hari Raya Aidilfitri (also known in Malaysia as Hari Raya Puasa, literally “Celebration Day of Fasting“) is the Malay term for the Muslim Festival of Eid ul Fitr.

This year, like the previous years, my family and I went back to my parents house in Shah Alam to joint my sisters and their family to celebrate and seek forgiveness in the true spirit of Aidilfitri as for Aidilfitri is a time to reconcile and renew relationships with others…

Though we arrive very late this year, the joy of meeting my parents and family during Aidilfitri is second to none…….

You can view more of my Aidil Fitri photos with family in Shah Alam over in my Langkawi Blog site

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Affendy
www.affendy.com




Wednesday, 24-Sep-2008 04:50 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Langkawi Wedding Reception of Farah & Sholto

 
 
 
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Farah and Sholto had their Langkawi Wedding Reception over at the Tanjung Rhu Resort, Langkawi.
After their Kuala Lumpur wedding reception they decide to invite friends and relatives that could not make it to their reception in KL.

Here are some photos from their Langkawi Wedding Reception. Photographs are by AFFENDY.COM

Photographers: Affendy, Farhana & Nabilah


Wednesday, 24-Sep-2008 04:50 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Langkawi Wedding Reception of Farah & Sholto

 
 
 
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Farah and Sholto had their Langkawi Wedding Reception over at the Tanjung Rhu Resort, Langkawi.
After their Kuala Lumpur wedding reception they decide to invite friends and relatives that could not make it to their reception in KL.

Here are some photos from their Langkawi Wedding Reception. Photographs are by AFFENDY.COM

Photographers: Affendy, Farhana & Nabilah


Sunday, 7-Sep-2008 04:45 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Tarawih Prayers in Malaysia

 
 
 
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Tarawih Prayer is a special evening prayer performed by Muslims throughout the world only in the holy month of Ramadhan during which long portions of the Qur’an are recited. Ramadhan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar and is the month where all Muslims fast (”puasa” in Malay) from sunrise to sunset every day.

Performing Tarawih prayer is a “sunnah” ( which means the prayer is voluntary however Muslims are strongly encouraged to do it as it is a practice by Prophet Muhammad s.a.w) and it is not obligatory.

Tarawih / Taraweeh is perform after `Isha’ Prayer (Night Prayer). It can be perform at home, alone or in congregation, or at a mosque. However the normal practice here in Malaysia, Tarawih is perform in Mosques and “Suraus”. Men, women and kids will float mosques and suraus within their home in the whole month of Ramadhan.

Tarawih prayers are prayed in pairs of two and can be prayed in any even amount of raka’ah, although 8 & 20 raka’ah is normally being practice here in Malaysia.

Performing Tarawih / Taraweeh Prayer


Tarawih Prayer does not have to be performed immediately after the “Isha” Prayer. Muslims can postpone it till later, but in a mosque it is performed after the people have prayed two rak`ahs of Sunnah after the “Isha” Prayer.

Tarawih consists of an even number of rak`ahs, performed two by two (as “Suboh” / “Fajr” Prayer is performed). The number of rak`ahs is not fixed, but it usually is either 8 or 20.

The word Tarawih comes from an Arabic word which means to Rest and Relax. Tarawih prayers can be very long during which long section of the Quran are read, however it is recommended to take a short break after every four rak`ahs. During this break there will be a short supplication or “doa” in Malay.

As been said, Mosques and Surau in Malaysia will normally prepare foods after the Tarawih Prayers. Foods are normally contributed by local business or individual surrounding the area of the Mosque or Surau.

Affendy
Langkawi Photographer
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