In the Islamic Hijri Calendar, Ramadan is the holiest month for the Ummah of Holy Prophet (PBUH). It is the blessed month in which Muslim brothers and sisters make special arrangements and indulge in high-level worship and admiration of Allah the Almighty. In the blessed month of Ramadan, Muslims prefer to visit Holy Places of Arab and they use different deals and packages such as Islamic Travel Low Price 4 Star 2019 Hajj Offer with Family from London With Hotel and Flight.

In addition, keeping fast, the other purpose of Muslim Holy month of Ramadan is to increase as much consecrations and reward from Allah the Almighty as possible. Relating to the sacred month of Ramadan, the foremost prominence of Muslim Ummah is on prayers of different kinds and making Dua’s in the court of Allah the Almighty for greater benedictions and forgiveness.

Thus, the Ramadan of blessings is not famous for fasting only, rather it is also an upsurge in the prayers and supplications as well. The lines which are given below clear the different prayers and supplications that Muslim Ummah already takes on during Ramadan and their compliance should be confirmed.

Prayers and Dua During Ramadan

As we all know that Ramadan is the month which is full of blessings and we must spend our nights and days with prayers and Dua. See the list here,

• Mandatory Prayers (Fajr, Dhuhr, Asr, Maghreb, Isha)
• Taraweeh Salah (After Isha prayer)
• Nawafil Salah (At Night)
• Find Laila tul Qadr
• Duas For Ramadan’s Ashra
• Suhur And Iftar Duas

Prayers and Dua During Ramadan with Hadiths

Allah’s Last Messenger Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) said that,

“Whoever prays during the nights of Ramadan (Taraweeh) with a strong faith and hoping for a prize, all of his prior sins would be pardoned.” (Sahih Bukhari)

“I aim to keep the fast for tomorrow in the month of Ramadan.” (Abu Dawud)

So, these Hadiths show the importance of prayers and Dua during the month of Ramadan. Keep fasting and remember Allah the Almighty. May Allah help us in every condition.