To wear an Amama is a beautiful Sunnah, especially for Salaah as the reward is great. Respected brother! Try to practise this Sunnah as there are many virtues and benefits.
The Amama Size is 3 mtr = Rs 200
4 mtr = Rs 300
5 mtr = Rs 400
6 mtr = Rs 500
Manners of Amama
1. Wear the Amama whilst standing facing the Qibla & take it off whilst sitting.
2. It is the Sunnah of the angels.
3. Wearing a hat is proven by the Prophet (may Allah bless him and grant him peace).
4. Tie the Amama from the right (Clockwise).
5. Do not have the length more than twelve arms as it is against the Sunnah.
6. Take the Amama of the same manner you put it on but do not pull it off.
7. The angels make salaam to those who wear an Amama.
8. Wear the Amama as it is a sign of Islam and it distinguishes between a Muslim and non-believers.
9. The Prophet (may Allah bless him and grant him peace) said, when I ascended the sky (Me'raj) I saw that most of the angels were wearing Amamas.
10. Make a practice of tying Amamas since it is a hallmark of the angels. Furthermore, tie them back in such a manner that the tail hangs at the back.
11. It is against the Sunnah not to have a tail (Shimla) for the Amama.
12. The shimla can either be a minimum of four finger lengths and the maximum is that it doesn't give you any problems whilst sitting. Meaning it dose not cause any inconvenience.
13. The difference between the polytheists and us is that we wear a hat under our Amama while the polytheists do not.
14. The Messenger of Allah (may Allah be pleased with him) would not venture out without an Amama.
15. Salaah with an Amama is equivalent to 10,000 cycles.
16. Those who wear the Amama on Friday Allah (The Exalted) and His angels send Durood on that person.
17. Every round you tie on your head of the Amama, on the day of Resurrection you will be given light (Noor).
18. Tie the Amama, as your wisdom will increase.
19. Amama is the respect and the sign of Islam.
20. The Prophet (may Allah bless him and grant him peace) pointed to the Amama and said, 'There are only forty crowns of angels.'