Zakat Fitr Allah says in the Qur’an-e-Majid that one who gives “Zakat” and remembers Him will get salvation. Here, Zakat means “Fitra” and remembrance of God means the recitation of the following Takbir on the night and morning of Eid-ul-Fitr. “Allaaho Akbar, Allaaho Akbar, Laa
Day and Night Aam’-aal Day and Night Aam’-aals should be performed every day and every night throughout the Holy Month of Ramadan. 1) The best A’mal in it’s days and nights is the recitation of the Holy Quoran. The Holy Prophet (‘s) and the Ahlul
Iftaar (Breaking Fast) 1.Recite Dua’a: “Allahumma laka a’umtu wa a’laa rizqika aft’artu a’layha tawakkaltu.” “O my Allah, for Thee I fast, and with the food Thou gives me I break the fast, and I rely on Thee.” 2. Dua’a Imam Ali Amirul Monineen “Bismillaah allaahumma
Duas, Supplications and Salat for Ramadan Sincere supplications and Duas to Allah and repentance of one’s sins during Ramadan are the sources of Divine blessings and mercy. Great blessings are granted especially on the nights of Layltul Qadr, being the 19th, 21st, and 23rd nights
Ramadan, being the month of fasting, night prayers, abstinence from desires and Divine worship, requires devout Momins to fasts during the day and exercise control over his/her words, eyes, ears, body, lusts, thoughts and deeds and do everything possible to seek the pleasure of Allah.
The blessings of Ramadan are not only limited to fasting as the performance of many deeds and worship during this month are counted and rewarded with great Divine favour. One of these most important acts is the recitation of the Holy Quoran as the revelation
The holy month of Ramadan is particularly important as it the Holy Month in the Islamic calendar. The Holy Prophet (‘s) said: “It is Allah’s own month. O People! In this month, beyond a shadow of a doubt, the doors of everlasting bliss and happiness