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Today is the night of Ratjaga Jagran and fasting will be observed on 26th. Today is Shab-e-Baraat, know why this festival is celebrated.


Feb 25, 2024

Jhabua Rahim Sherani: The day which was eagerly awaited after the sighting of the moon of Shaban has finally arrived. Today, on 25th February, Shab-e-Baraat is being celebrated across the country.

The Muslim community is very excited about this!

There will be a night of vigil on 25th and fasting will be observed on 26th.
The children and the elder Hazrat kept vigil and prayed at night and kept fast in the morning during Sehri.
After fasting the whole day, the precaution of breaking the fast was taken in Maghrib (evening) prayers.
Shab-e-Barat is being celebrated all over India this time on 25th February. This day is eagerly awaited. There is a belief in the Muslim community that the reward for the worship done on this day is very high. According to the Islamic calendar, the month of Shaban is considered a very holy and auspicious month. It is said that the worship done on this day has so much power that it grants forgiveness from any kind of sins. Actually, the moon of Shaban was seen in this month and this festival of 15th Shaban is very important for the followers of Islam. It is also known as Shab-e-Barat or Shab-e-Barat. According to the Islamic calendar, Shab-e-Baraat is celebrated every year on the night of the 15th of the month of Shaban. Special prayers of Shab-e-Barat are also offered on this day. In India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Iran, Afghanistan and Nepal it is called Shab-e-Barat. Shab-e-Barat is formed by combining the words Shab and Baraat. Shab means night and Baraat means the night of acquittal. In Saudi Arabia, Shab-e-Baraat is called “Lailatul Barah or Lailatun Nisfe Mein Shaban”.

night of repentance from sins

The night of Shab-e-Baraat is such a night which gives forgiveness to the guilty from all the sins. Whoever worships Allah with a true heart on this holy night, repents from his sins, God forgives him. This is the reason why people of Muslim community make special preparations for this.

This is why the dead are rewarded on this night.
On this day, not only God is worshiped but also people visit the graves of those who have become dear to Allah and remember Him through this reward. Darood Fateha is recited on the graves and prayers for forgiveness are recited for the loved ones who have said goodbye to the world. It is considered That in this night of mercy, Allah frees all the dead from the Holy Grave. The Muslim community believes that it is their custom to make sweets on this night of Shab-e-Barat.

The night of Shab-e-Barat is considered one of the 4 holy nights in Islam.

They can go back to their homes, hence on this day Muslim people reach mosques and cemeteries to remember their ancestors. Sweet dishes are prepared in homes and distributed among the poor after prayers and prayers. On this day, the special decorations made in mosques and cemeteries are worth seeing. This night of Shab-e-Barat is considered one of the 4 sacred nights in Islam.
The first is the night of Ashura, the second is called Shab-e-Meraj, the third is called Shab-e-Baraat and the fourth is called the night of Shab-e-Qadr.

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