Islamic Knowledge Archive

Things to Do Before Sleeping to Earn Great Rewards in Islam

Sleep is one of the best precious gifts or blessings from Allah (SWT). After a long tiring day at work, we need a peaceful night sleep. Before going to bed must do few good things daily at night just before sleeping to remember Allah (SWT) and to earn great rewards from Him. Doing these good, short yet

Rights of Daughters in Islam

Daughters are the blessing of Allah Almighty. Before the advent of Islam, girls were treated very badly in Arab society. Father of a daughter used to feel shame when a girl born to him. Arab society used to bury girls alive in order to get rid of the shame.  At the time of darkness when

Some Important Sunnahs that Every Muslim Should Follow

Sunnah is what our beloved Prophet Muhammad (SAW) said, did in terms of His actions and attitude. Being a Muslims it is our duty to follow the Sunnah of Prophet Muhammad (SAW) because the actions of Prophet (PBUH) are the teachings of Allah Almighty mentioned in Quran. When we consider the Sunnah in its broader sense

Some Facts about Battle of Badr that Every Muslim Should Know

Battle of Badr is the most recognized fight in Islamic history. When our beloved Prophet Muhammad (SAW) announced about first Quranic revelation and also that He (PBUH) is the last messenger of Allah Almighty then Quraishi idolaters denied Him. They became worst enemies of whoever accepted Islam and started tortured them both physically and mentally.

Importance and Benefits of Reciting Ayatul Kursi

Quran is the sacred book of Almighty Allah revealed on our beloved Prophet Muhammad (SAW). Quran is the book of guidance for all mankind not just for Muslims. All Ayahs of Quran has significance in their own some of them are more prominent one of them is Ayatul Kursi.  In this article, we will describe

How to Celebrate Eid-ul-Fitr | Duties and Obligations

The month of blessings Ramadan is about to end in just a few days. We are bidding farewell to the Holy month Ramadan. When Ramadan ends we celebrate Eid-ul-Fitr which is “festival of breaking the fast”. The Eid which comes after Ramadan is one of the most awaited events among Muslims. Muslims from across the