Islamic Knowledge Archive

Some Important Duas from Holy Quran- Every Muslim Should Know

Dua is a form of worship and also one of the simplest forms to connect with Allah Almighty. For seeking Allah’s (SWT) blessings we should make Dua. Although prayer is the fundamental form of worship Dua is also a form of worship that we can make anywhere anytime. Islam encourages believers to indulge in different

Rewards and Benefits of Reciting Surah Ikhlas

While every single word of Quran is poetic and a miracle in itself, yet, there are different parts of the Quran that are more reverend and more respected across the Muslim world. This preference and greater respect are not to be mistaken for the personal liking of the Muslims, rather there is evidence from hadith

Things that Every Muslim should know about the Prophet Muhammad (SAW)

Prophet Muhammad (SAW) is the last prophet of Allah Almighty. Holy Quran is the last book of Allah (SWT) revealed on Prophet Muhammad (SAW). Holy Prophet Muhammad (SAW) is considered one of the most influential men in the history. Muhammad (SAW) was born in 570 C.E. in Mecca. He (SAW) was orphaned at a young

Some Reasons due to which our Duas are not being Fulfilled

Dua is supplication, which means communicating with a deity, comes closer than invocation. It is an important part of our faith and belief. We ask from Almighty Allah for everything that we want in our life no matter its how big or small. Dua is a mean of keeping in touch with Allah (SWT). Due

Significance of the 15th of Shaban in Islam

Shaban is the 8th month of the Islamic calendar considered one of the praiseworthy months. We find particular instructions in the Sunnah of Prophet Muhammad (SAW) related to this virtuous month. It is reported that Prophet Muhammad (SAW) used to fast most in Shaban except the last few days of the month. The blessed companion Usama ibn

Every Muslim Parent Should Perform these Sunnahs after the Birth of Their Child

Children are a source of delight and an embellishment for the world granted by Allah to the parents. Children give strength to the hearts, joy to the souls and pleasure to the eyes. Indeed Islam has surely exalted the status of children and has laid down manners for their treatment relating to all their affairs and each