Laylatul Qadr Ramadan 2019: Worship Plan To Make The Most Of The Last 10 Nights Of Ramazan!

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               Laylatul Qadr 2019 Worship Plan: Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar and is held every year by the Muslims all around the world. It is a month-long celebration of fasting (sawm) in order to honor and remember the first revelation of the Quran to Muhammad as per to the Islamic belief.

The day is also known from various other names such as Ramazan, romanized as Ramzan, Ramadhan, or Ramathan. This yearly celebration is considered to be one of the Five Pillars of Islam. The month carry on 29 to 30 days grounded on the visual sightings of the semi-circular moon, as per to the several biographical accounts assembled in the hadiths.

As the Holy Day is around the corner, we must make sure to make the best of these 10 nights. If we cannot accomplish all of the 10 nights, so then go for as many as we can manage, mainly on the odd-numbered nights: 21st, 25th, 27th, and 29th.

We have created a Worship Plan that all the Muslim brothers and sisters can use to maximize these blessed 10 nights of Ramadan. But first, there are a few points to consider:

Despite the fact of fasting from dawn until sunset, Muslims also refrain from intaking food, drinking liquids, smoking, as well as engaging in sexual relations. Other than fasting, Muslims are also instructed to refrain from any kind of sinful behavior such as insulting, backbiting, cursing, lying, and fighting except in self-defense. These behaviors may contradict the reward of fasting.

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Laylatul Qadr Worship Plan 

Laylatul Qadr Ramadan 2019: Worship Plan To Make The Most Of The Last 10 Nights Of Ramazan!

These are the possible worship routine for the last 10 blessed nights of Ramadan. These plans can be adjusted as per to your local time.

9:30 pm – 10:00 pm:

Break your fast with dates and water and then pray Maghrib, while men doing prayers with gathering and women at home. After you complete your prayer, the 2 raka’ahs of sunnah and as many nawafil (voluntary) prayers in sets of 2 raka’ahs as you can bring about.

10:00 pm – 10:15 pm:

Eat light in order to have optimal energy for worship. Side-step with heavy as well fried foods, as they are going to make you exhausted.

The lighter your stomach will be, the more worship you can perform. And if you worship more, the more reward you are going to get.

10:15 pm – 10:30 pm:

After this, get yourself ready to pray Isha’ and Taraweeh. Make ghusl or wudu. After every wudu, pray 2 raka’ahs tahiyyatul wudu. Dress yourself in your best clothes and put on attar (scented oil), use a miswaak as well as comb your hair, beard etc.

10:30 pm – 12:00 am:

Pray Isha’ and Taraweeh. Pray 2 raka’ahs of tahiyyatul masjid upon reaching at the masjid as well as 4 raka’ahs of sunnah (which is usually neglected) in advance the 4 fard of Isha’.

12:00 am – 12:30 am:

As soon as Taraweeh is finished, get ready for worship till Fajr. If you wish to, you can make fresh wudu or ghusl. Drink water. If you get hungry then grab some light food to eat. You can either stay at the masjid or else you can go home straightaway.

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12:30 am – 1:30 am:

Recite the Qur’an, contemplating and meditative over the words of Allah subḥānahu wa ta’āla (glorified and exalted be He).

For the duration of Ramadan, this is amplified more but all through Laylatul Qadr every single letter is going to be rewarded like one has recited it for over 83 years. Subhan Allah!

1:30 am to 2:00 am:

Pray nafl salah, recite the Qur’an or involve yourself in reciting the dua of Laylatul Qadr Dua as much as possible which totally wipes out sins.

2:00 am – 2:45 am:

Pray 8 raka’ahs of tahajjud prayer with long sajdas, reciting as many surahs as you know. Knowing in advance the meaning of the surahs that you are going to be reciting will let you to achieve khushu.

2:45 am – 3:00 am:

Eat suhoor a little previously so you can spend the last 30 minutes in dua. The dua just beforehand Fajr is one of the best as well as most accepted dua, and any dua on Laylatul Qadr is accepted deprived of any uncertainty, In sha Allah.

3:00 am until Fajr begins:

All the devotee must dedicate the last 30 minutes in dua. Beg and cry unto Allah subḥānahu wa ta’āla (glorified and exalted be He). Applause and worship Him by using His beautiful names, requesting for His mercy and forgiveness and for our parents, families and ourselves.

Ask for no matter what that your heart wishes for. Include duas for the Ummah. Confidently, Allah subḥānahu wa ta’āla is going to accept each and every genuine dua for the duration of these blessed 10 nights, particularly on  Laylatul Qadr!

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