The three holy months, eagerly awaited every year in the Islamic world, including Rajab, Shaban and Ramadan, will begin on Monday, January 23rd.
The months that give Muslims the opportunity to question, renew and enrich their daily lives with the intensity of religious feelings and worship will be achieved the day after tomorrow.
During the three months in which special nights such as the oil lamps of Rajib, Mirash, Berat and Laylat al-Qadr are held, it is recommended to perform more acts of worship such as fasting, reading the Quran and giving alms.
Ramadan, which Muslims know as the “sultan of eleven months,” after Mirash Kandili, who is considered the night of the Prophet Muhammad’s ascension to the presence of God, was fulfilled on February 17 and Berat Qandili, which is considered the “good tidings of Ramadan” on March 6 and begins next March.
The Night of Power, which is said to be “better than a thousand months” in the Qur’an, will be fulfilled on April 17, the twenty-seventh night of Ramadan, and Muslims will welcome Eid al-Fitr on April 21.
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