The Night Of Qadar: Significance, Prayers And Worship

Besides fasting and the Taraweeh prayer, the one other thing Ramadan is most known about is the Layla tul Qadr. It is the blessed night in the last ten days of Ramadan and every good deed and act of worship committed during this night gets rewarded with an exponential increase, hence, every Muslim tries to

Itikaf, The Night Of Qadar And The Last Ten Days Of Ramadan

Ramadan is known for many things. It is known for the worldwide fasting for the whole month, which the Muslims observe from dawn till dusk every day. It is known for the increased influx of Muslims in the mosques to offer regular obligatory prayers in congregation. It is also known for the night prayer called

Daily Duas (Supplications) for 30 Days of Ramadan

Ramadan is the month of fasting filled with religious and spiritual fervor. Muslims across the globe, refrain themselves from eating and drinking from dawn to dusk. In addition, Muslims perform special prayers and indulge themselves in special Ibadaats including the hugely rewarded deeds to ensure they make the maximum out of this holy month. Making

Random Acts of Kindness In Ramadan

The one thing which is on the priority list of Muslims when the month of Ramadan arrives is the arrangement for Suhoor and Iftaar meals and how they are going to distribute the time of the day in prayers and performing daily chores. Thus, this notion gets propagated among Muslims, and thus they never get

Tips For Optimal Utilization Of Moments Of Ramadan

In Islam there is great emphasis being put on the living a purposeful life in which time is given importance and is utilized in an optimal manner. This care and importance of time rises to its peak during the month of Ramadan, where Muslims try to make the most out of every moment of Ramadan,

10 Hugely Rewarded Deeds to do in Ramadan 2014

For a Muslim, the golden opportunity of earning countless blessings and rewards comes in the Holy month of Ramadan. It is the month in which Muslims indulge in prayers and good deeds with greater intensity and frequency compared to what they do in normal days. Thus, Muslims wish to make the most out of each