What is Sha’ban?

Sha’ban is the eighth month of the Islamic (hijri) schedule and is a huge month in the year. While it doesn’t frame one of the four consecrated months, it was an unbelievably significant month to the Prophet Muhammad (SAW) as far as ibaadah (love) and offers a few critical dates for Muslims.

When is Sha’ban?

Sha’ban follows the sacred month of Rajab and goes before the blessed month of Ramadan. In 2022, Sha’ban will start on the fourth Walk.

For what reason is Sha’ban significant?

Sha’ban is a valuable month in light of multiple factors, in particular, because the Prophet (SAW) used to spend quite a bit of it fast, and it is the month wherein Allah (SWT) raises the deeds of his workers. The Prophet (SAW) demonstrated that he preferred his deeds to be lifted when fasting.

One more advantage of love and fasting in Shaban is that it is a valuable chance to prepare for Ramadan.

What is the significance of the fifteenth Shaban?

The fifteenth of Sha’ban is the day wherein numerous researchers trust that Allah (SWT) raises the deeds of his workers because of different portrayals.

Deeds are taken up to Allah (SWT) routinely: day to day, week after week,, and yearly:

  • Day to day, after Fajr and ‘Asr petition
  • Week after week, on Mondays and Thursdays
  • Yearly, during the long stretch of Sha’ban

In a famous Hadith, the Prophet Muhammad (SAW) said: 

  • “When it is the night of the middle of Sha’ban, spend its night in prayer and observe a fast on that day. For Allah descends at sunset on that night to the lowest heaven and says: ‘Is there no one who will ask Me for forgiveness, that I may forgive him? Is there no one who will ask Me for provision so that I may provide for him? Is there no one who is afflicted by trouble, that I may relieve him?’ And so on, until dawn comes.’”

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