WHAT IS LAYLAT AL QADR?

Laylat al Qadr, also known as the Night of Power, is believed to be the holiest night in the Islamic calendar, during the holy month of Ramadan. It is believed to be the night when the first verses of the Quran were revealed to the Holy Prophet Muhammad SAW, and it is considered to be a night of great significance and peace.

In this article, we will explore the importance of laylat al Qadr and how it is observed by Muslims around the world during the last ten nights.

What is laylat al qadr?

Laylat al Qadr, also known as the Night of Power, is believed to be the holiest night in the Islamic calendar, during the holy month of Ramadan. It is believed to be the night when the first verses of the Quran were revealed to the Holy Prophet Muhammad SAW, and it is considered to be a night of great significance and peace.

In this article, we will explore the importance of laylat al Qadr and how it is observed by Muslims around the world during the last ten nights.

What are the signs of Laylat al Qadr?

Many Muslim scholars spoke of some phenomena occurring on Laylat al Qadr: The angelic descent on the night may induce the feeling of calmness in our minds as well as the heightened tenderness of our heart. This exact night was a mild and pleasant night.

Laylat al Qadr has appeared on the last five odd nights in the holy month of Ramadan (21st-23, 25 - 27 - 30).

The Night of Power

Ramadan , the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, is highly revered and serves as a time of deep spiritual reflection.

Laylat al Qadr is believed to fall on one of the odd nights during the last 10 nights of Ramadan, and Muslims are encouraged to spend this night in worship and reflection. It is said that on this night, the gates of heaven are open, and the blessings of Allah are abundant. Muslims believe that any good deeds performed on Laylat al Qadr are multiplied and that it is a night of forgiveness and spiritual renewal.

To observe Laylat al Qadr, Muslims often spend the night in prayer, recitation of the Quran, and supplication. Many mosques hold special prayers and programs throughout the night, and some Muslims choose to spend the night in seclusion, engaging in individual worship and reflection.

When is it Laylat al Qadr?

The exact date of Laylat al Qadr is not known, but Muslims are encouraged to seek out the night of power during the last 10 days of Ramadan. It is believed that the night of Laylat al Qadr is better than a thousand months, and any good deeds performed on this night are considered equivalent to the deeds performed over a thousand months.

According to Islamic belief, it was during one of the off-numbered nights in the last days of Ramadan when the Quran (Islam's holiest text) was first revealed to the prophet Muhammad. The exact day of the night is not officially known but many Muslims believe the 'Night of Qadr' comes with an abundance of mercy from Allah (God).

Muslims also believe that Laylat al Qadr is a night of destiny and that the angels descend to the earth to bring blessing and to record the deeds of humans. It is therefore a time for increased devotion and reflection, as Muslims seek to make the most of this blessed night and to gain the forgiveness of Allah.


One of the last ten nights of Ramadan

Laylat al Qadr is a night of great significance for Muslims around the world. It is a night of worship, reflection, prayer, and spiritual renewal, and Muslims are encouraged to seek out this blessed night during the last 10 days of Ramadan. In addition to congregational prayers muslims can make the most of this blessed night by engaging in acts of worship and supplication, Muslims hope to gain the forgiveness of Allah and many muslims aim to strengthen their faith and spirituality during this holiest night.

How you can reap the rewards on this special night of power

The Night of Power (Qadr) falls within the last 10 nights of Ramadan, according to Islamic tradition.

Muslims believe that establishing prayers on the night of Qadr, out of sincere faith, and hoping to attain Allah's rewards helps them gain immense reward.

Muslims observe fast during the day time and many will sacrifice sleep at night, and choose instead to offer voluntary prayers. Muslims will engage in acts of worship, such as praying, making supplications, giving charity and reciting the Quran. Muslims are encouraged to use this time to pray for forgiveness

The Holy Qur'an was revealed on the Night of Honour, as is clear from the Sura's name, and it then addresses the significance of the night and the blessings that occur thereon.

Giving charity is one of the many rewarding things one can do. Please check out our website to see a wide range of projects you can donate towards and reap the rewards.

Giving to charity will reward you for saving lives or helping vulnerable families in exchange for an even greater reward. As all rewards are increased; even a small donation will be equivalent to making multiple donations during the night of power.

How you can donate

SKT Welfare is working with My Ten Nights so you can schedule your giving over the last ten days of Ramadan and never miss the night of power!

We are aware that many individuals would increase their worship and prayer in these last few days in order to profit from the night of power and receive rewards from Laylat al Qadr.

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