Ramadan acts

Acts of worship during the night of Al-Qadr

Al-Qadr night is one of the nights that man cannot fully and truly realize the size of its magnificence and sanctity, considering that the virtues of this one night outreach those of a thousand month. In this night, the sky opens up and the angels and spirit, who are assigned with the missions Allah has delegated them with in any matter pertaining to life and man, in the sustenance, life terms and conditions that Allah has bestowed upon man, descend. Actually, it is the night of peace that fills the universe with Allah’s kindnesses and abundant blessings on His servants that persist until the break of dawn.

1. Ghusl, preferably close to the time of sunset so that maghrib prayers can be performed in a state of purity.

2. Salat, two Rakat in every Rakat recite Surat-al-Hamd, and Surat al Ikhlaas seven times. After finishing the
prayer recite 70 times: “Astagfirullaah Rabbi Wa atoobu elaihi ” i.e., “I seek pardon from God and ask for penitence
from Him”. It is said from the Prophet (pbuh) that by the time the reciter rises from his place Allah (swt) will have
forgiven him and his parents.

3. Dua Attawasool bil Quran

4.Recite Ziyarat Al Imam Hussain (A.S.). According to Hadith, during Laylatul Qadr an angel proclaims from the
Arsh (throne) on the Seventh sky that Allah has forgiven who have visited the grave of Imam Hussain (as)

5. Recite one hundred Rakats.

6. Seek forgiveness and recite 100 times: I seek the forgiveness of Allah,my Lord, and I repent to Him. Recite other Duas related to repentance:-Munajat al Taebeen , Dua At-Tawba
& Dua Kumayl.

7.Recite the following supplications:
– Dua Abu Hamza atthumali
– Dua Jawshan al Kabeer
– Dua Makarem al Akhlaq

8. Recite the following Surahs from the holy Quran:
– Surat al Ankabot
– Surat Maryam
– Surat Ad Dokhan
– Surat al Qadr (1000 times)

And it is said that the day of Qadr is like it’s night, it is recommended that one occupies his/her day with prayers, recitation of supplications and verses from the Quran.

May Allah (swt) answer your du’as and accept your acts of worship.

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