Ramadan Prayer/Namaz :-
Ramadan is the festival of prayers as well as fasting. This whole season is dedicated entirely to the god and his blessings. By getting the bless to the god the men fell well themselves and their sin may be washed. The men who fell that I am wrong So go through these situational prayers and chant their requirements. This section truly helped you to seek the divine blessing, do refer this page one should c do the same as well.
1. The Prayer for Breaking the Fast
In this festival the people take fast and pray the god because they felt if we pray the god in condition of fasting the god may be soon easily its our mythology in which all of sub eieve.
2. Prayer for Forgiveness
In this festival the Muslims pray the god and say, oh Allah please forgive us. They wanted to say that we have some error and now we will try to do truth please forgive us.
This is a prayer that Abdullah Ibn Amar as reported by Ibn Abi Mulaykah.
3. Prayer for the First 10 Days of Ramadan
The first 10 days Prophet Muhammad did recommend Muslims to recite certain du’as at particular times during Ramadan. For example, during the first 10 days of the months, reciting the following prayer provides extra benefits:
4. Prayer for Second 10 Days of Ramadan
The second 10 days of this festival for maximum rewards and forgiveness of sins. This is very special prayer during this fee.
5. Prayer for the Third 10 days of Ramadan
This prayer is as like as second 10 days of Ramadan.
6. Prayers of Zikr
Zikr is often thought to be part of the Sufi Islamic tradition, when in fact it is an integral part of all Muslims’ important during Ramadan. According to them the best way to pray the God while doing all the mundane chores of daily life.
Subhan’allah an expression used by Muslims to express great feelings of their heart and calls all Muslims have thanks to All. This festival is the dedication and prayers of god. Including to all it is said that it is the festival of the great relationship between god and men.
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