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Shab e Meraj- The 27th Rajab

by | May 11, 2015

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Shab e Meraj

Isra and Miraj, called Al Isra’ wal Miraj, is seen on the Shab e Meraj night- 27th day of the month of Rajab, the seventh month in the Islamic datebook. This occasion denotes the Holy Night that Allah (God) took Muhammad on a journey from Mecca to Jerusalem and afterward to heaven.

Background of Shab e Meraj

The Prophet Mohammad (additionally composed as Muhammad) lived in. Around the territory that is currently in Saudi Arabia in the years 570 CE to 632 CE in the Gregorian timetable.

According to Islamic belief, Allah took him two-section travel at some point around the year 620 CE at Shab e Meraj night.

The main piece of the adventure, known as Isra, was from Mecca to the “furthest” mosque. There is some verbal confrontation about the “furthest” mosque’s area.

Some Muslims accept that it connotes a mosque that was far from Mecca. While others accept that is was the Dome of the Rock (Masjid Qubbat As-Sakhrah) on the Temple Mount (Haram al-Sharif) in Jerusalem.

It is believed that Muhammad was shown in heaven and hellfire in the second piece of the journey, known as Meraj. He conversed with numerous prophets, including Jesus and Moses, in heaven. He additionally got directions on Islamic requests to God.

Mohammad came back to Mecca before the end of the Shab e Meraj night. Some Islamic researchers view Mohammed’s journey as a profound experience. While others see it as a physical journey. His trip is recalled and remembered on Isra and Meraj.


Shab e Meraj- 27th Rajab:

There are deeds of 100 years of prayers for the one who can Ibadah on the Shab e Meraj night.

Whoever prays 12 Rakaat (12 cycles) in this night. In every Raka’at recite Surah Fatiha and any other Surah from the Quran.

 After every 2 Rakaat recite Tashahhud and end the salat with Salam. (Means: Recite 12 Rakaat with four Salams, 2 Raka’at at a time).

After that recite this 100 times (After completion of 12 Rakaat):

Subhan Allaahi Wal Hamdulillahi Wa Laa ilaah illal Laaho Wallah Hoo Akbar. Astagfirullah 100 times

Durood Sharif 100 times. (Any Durood you know)

And after that make Dua for his/her religious and worldly matters. Fast in the morning. Then ALLAH Ta’ala will accept all of his/her Duas. As long Duas are not made of sins. (Duas for sins will not be accepted). 

No doubt the Shab e Meraj night in which Hazrat Muhammad (S.A.W) was blessed with this unparalleled honor was one of the greatest nights in the history of this world.


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