Jump to Navigation

Rules of a Muslim Home

In the present era of trials and tribulations, with evil and fitnah surrounding us in every direction there is no better sanctuary for a Muslim than his home.Once a Sahaabi asked Rasulullah (Sallallahu Alayhi Wasallam) for the key to success? Among other advices Rasulullah (Sallallahu Alayhi Wasallam) said: “Let your home be sufficient for you.” As far as possible one should remain in his home. Allah Ta'ala has referred to the home of a person as a place of sukoon (peace).

Laylatul Qadar (The Night of Power)

One of the most meritorious aspects of the month of Ramadhaan is that it contains Laylatul Qadr, the most blessed night of the year. It is the night which Allah Ta’ala chose to reveal the Holy Qur’aan. The Holy Qur’an has mentioned that this night is better than one thousand months. It means that the worship performed in this night brings more reward than the worship performed in one thousand months.

Rasulullah [Sallallahu Alayhi Wasallam] has mentioned that in this night, Allah Ta’ala directs His special mercy towards the people of the earth, accepts the duas made by His slaves and forgives a large number of people who repent and make dua.


When is Laylatul Qadr?

Laylatul Qadr falls in one of the last five odd nights of Ramadhaan i.e. 21st, 23rd, 25th, 27th and 29th. One should spend all the five nights in worship and ibaadah, so that he may find Laylatul Qadr with certainty.

Dua at the Approach of Ramadhaan

Dua for Laylatul Baraat


Subscribe to Ta'limi Board KZN RSS

Main menu 2