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Five special blessings of ramadan Sayyidunā Jābir Bin ‘Abdullāĥ raziallahu tala anh , has narrated that the Beloved and Blessed Prophet  sallallahu alaihi wasallam has stated, ‘In Ramadan, my Ummaĥ has been gifted five such things which were not given to any other Prophet  alaihissalam before me:
1.) On the first night of Ramadan, Allah tala  showers special mercy upon them and the one upon whom Allah  showers special mercy will never be punished.
2) In the evening, Allah  likes the smell emanating from their mouths (due to hunger) more than even musk.
3. Angels pray for their forgiveness every night and day.
4. Allah   tala orders Heaven to be adorned for His (righteous) people and says, ‘Soon they will get rid of the grief of the world and find solace in My house and My bounties.’ 5. On the last night of Ramadan, Allah forgives them all.’ Standing up, a person asked, ‘Yā Rasūlallāĥ sallallahu alai
hi wasallam Is that Laīla-tul-Qadr?’
prophet sallallahu alaihi wasallam replied, ‘No. Do you not see that a labourer is given his wage when he finishes his job?’ (Attarghīb Wattarĥīb, pp. 56, vol. 2, Ḥadīš 7)
Compensation for minor
sins Sayyidunā Abū Ĥuraīraĥ   raziallahu anh, has narrated that the Prophet of Raḥmaĥ, the Intercessor of Ummaĥ sallallahu alaihi wasallam has stated, ‘The five daily Ṣalāĥ and Ṣalāt-ulJumu’aĥ compensate for sins till the next Friday, and Ramadan compensates for sins until the next Ramadan, provided that the major sins are avoided.’ (Ṣaḥīḥ Muslim, pp. 144, Ḥadīš 233) َ
Method of repentance  Ramadan is such a blessed month in which rain of mercy showers upon us and it is a means of our minor sins being forgiven. Major sins are forgiven by repentance. The way to repent is to mention the sin one has committed and then feel resentment for it in one’s heart and firmly vow not to commit it again. Let us say, for instance, that someone lied. He should say, ‘Yā Allah! I repent of the lie I have told and I will not tell lies again.’ Whilst repenting, he must despise the act of lying and be sincere when he says the words ‘I will not tell lies again’ otherwise his repentance will not be valid. If the right of another person was violated, then it is necessary to seek forgiveness from him in addition to repentance. َ
Dear  brothers! Books of Aḥādīš are full of the virtues of Ramadan. There are so many bounties and blessings in Ramadan that our Holy Prophet  sallallahu alaihi wasallam even said, ‘If my Ummaĥ had known what Ramadan is, they would wish if only Ramadan had remained the whole year.’ (Ṣaḥīḥ Ibn Khuzaymaĥ, pp. 190, vol. 3, Ḥadīš 1886)

Heart-warming saying of the Holy Prophet  sallallahu alaihi wasallam

 Sayyidunā Salmān Fārsī raziallahu anh , has narrated that on the last day of Sha’bān, the Prophet of Raḥmaĥ, the Intercessor of Ummaĥ, the Owner of Jannaĥ  sallallahu alaihi wasallam said, ‘O people! An auspicious and blessed month has approached you. In this month, there is a night that is better than a thousand months. Allah  has made it Farḍ to fast in this sacred month. To offer (Tarāwīḥ Ṣalāĥ) in its nights is Sunnaĥ. If you do a good deed in this month, it will be equivalent to carrying out a Farḍ act in any other month and if you perform a Farḍ act in this month, it will be equivalent to carrying out 70 Farḍ acts in any other month. This is the month of patience whose reward is Heaven. This is the month of sympathy, and the believer’s sustenance is increased in this month. In this month, the one who serves a fasting person with something to do Ifṭār, will be forgiven for his sins and his neck will be freed from the fire of Hell, and he will be rewarded the same as the one who fasted, without any reduction in the reward of the fasting person.’
The companions asked humbly, ‘Yā Rasūlallāĥ  sallallahu alaihi wasallam  Not all of us possess enough money (to present a meal to the fasting person) for Ifṭār.’ He  sallallahu alaihi wasallamreplied, ‘Allah will give this reward to the one who offers a sip of milk, a date or a sip of water to the fasting person, and the one who serves the fasting person with a meal so that his stomach is full will be given water from my pond (Kawšar) such that he will never feel thirsty and will enter Heaven. The first ten days of this month are mercy, the middle ten days are forgiveness and its last ten days are freedom from the fire of Hell
One who treats his slave leniently in this month (by not burdening him with heavy duties) will be forgiven and freed from the fire of Hell. In this month, there are four things which you should do in abundance, two of them will earn the pleasure of Allah  for you, and you cannot do without the other two. The two which will earn you the pleasure of Allah   are: 1. To testify that there is none worthy of worship other than Allah. 2. To ask for forgiveness. The two which you cannot do without are: 1. To ask Allah for Heaven. 2. To seek refuge of Allahfrom Hell.’ (Ṣaḥīḥ Ibn Khuzaymaĥ, pp. 1887, vol. 3)
Reasons for names of months Muftī Aḥmad Yār Khān rahmatullah alaih has stated, ‘Some exegetists  have said that different names were given to different months in relation to their seasons. (For instance) the month that fell in summer was called Ramadan, the one in spring was called Rabī’-ul-Awwal and the one that fell in water-freezing winter was called Jumādil Aūlā. In Islam there is always a wonderful reason for a name, and the name is given in relation to the attributes of the thing. This is not found in other terms. We see an ignorant person named ‘Muhammad Fāzil’ (learned) and a coward is called ‘Shayr Baĥādur’ (a brave lion) and an ugly man is called ‘Yūsuf Khān’ but there is no such defect in Islam. Ramadan is a combination of virtues and excellence, which is why it is called Ramadan.’ (Tafsīr-e-Na’īmī, pp. 205, vol. 2) َ ۡ

 
Palace with portal of gold Sayyidunā Abū Sa’īd Khudrī   ,raziallahu anh 0 has narrated that the Holy Prophet sallallahu alaihi wasallam has said, ‘On the first night of Ramadan, the portals of the skies and Paradise are opened which remain open until the last night (of the month). So if anyone offers Ṣalāĥ in any night of this month, Allah  will reward him with 1,500 virtues for every Sajdaĥ (prostration) and make a palace of red rubies for him that will have 60,000 gates. The gates will have hinges of gold that will be embroidered with red rubies. Thus, the one who fasts on the first day of Ramadan will be forgiven for his sins until the last day of the month and 70,000 angels will ask for his forgiveness from morning till evening. Each time he prostrates during the day or at night, he will be granted a tree in Heaven and each tree is so huge that a horse rider can ride under its shadow for 500 years.’ (Shu’ab-ul-Īmān, pp. 314, vol. 3, Ḥadīš 3635)    Dear  brothers! What an enormous favour our Ḥannān and Mannān Allah  has bestowed upon us by granting us this blessed month for the sake of His Beloved Rasūl
sallallahu alaihi wasallam
Ramadan is the month in which all the portals of Heaven are opened and the reward for good deeds is greatly increased. According to the foregoing Ḥadīš, the one who offers Ṣalāĥ in any of the nights of Ramadan will be granted the reward of 1,500 good deeds for every Sajdaĥ he performs. Further, there will be a magnificent Heavenly palace as well. This blessed Ḥadīš also contains glad tidings that 70,000 angels make Du’ā for the forgiveness of the fasting Muslims from morning till evening. َ

Five special blessings Sayyidunā Jābir Bin ‘Abdullāĥ   raziallahu tala anh , has narrated that the Beloved and Blessed Prophet  sallallahu alaihi wasallam  has stated, ‘In Ramadan, my Ummaĥ has been gifted five such things which were not given to any other Prophet  alaihissalam before me:
1.) On the first night of Ramadan, Allah
 tala  showers special mercy upon them and the one upon whom Allah   showers special mercy will never be punished.
2) In the evening, Allah    likes the smell emanating from their mouths (due to hunger) more than even musk.
3. Angels pray for their forgiveness every night and day.
4. Allah  tala
orders Heaven to be adorned for His (righteous) people and says, ‘Soon they will get rid of the grief of the world and find solace in My house and My bounties.’ 5. On the last night of Ramadan, Allah  forgives them all.’ Standing up, a person asked, ‘Yā Rasūlallāĥ    sallallahu alai
hi wasallam Is that Laīla-tul-Qadr?’
He sallallahu alaihi wasallam replied, ‘No. Do you not see that a labourer is given his wage when he finishes his job?’ (Attarghīb Wattarĥīb, pp. 56, vol. 2, Ḥadīš 7)

Compensation for minor

sins Sayyidunā Abū Ĥuraīraĥ   raziallahu anh, has narrated that the Prophet of Raḥmaĥ, the Intercessor of Ummaĥ sallallahu alaihi wasallam has stated, ‘The five daily Ṣalāĥ and Ṣalāt-ulJumu’aĥ compensate for sins till the next Friday, and Ramadan compensates for sins until the next Ramadan, provided that the major sins are avoided.’ (Ṣaḥīḥ Muslim, pp. 144, Ḥadīš 233) َ
Method of repentance ! Ramadan is such a blessed month in which rain of mercy showers upon us and it is a means of our minor sins being forgiven. Major sins are forgiven by repentance. The way to repent is to mention the sin one has committed and then feel resentment for it in one’s heart and firmly vow not to commit it again. Let us say, for instance, that someone lied. He should say, ‘Yā Allah I repent of the lie I have told and I will not tell lies again.’ Whilst repenting, he must despise the act of lying and be sincere when he says the words ‘I will not tell lies again’ otherwise his repentance will not be valid. If the right of another person was violated, then it is necessary to seek forgiveness from him in addition to repentance. َ
Dear  brothers! Books of Aḥādīš are full of the virtues of Ramadan. There are so many bounties and blessings in Ramadan that our Holy Prophet sallallahu alaihi wasallam even said, ‘If my Ummaĥ had known what Ramadan is, they would wish if only Ramadan had remained the whole year.’ (Ṣaḥīḥ Ibn Khuzaymaĥ, pp. 190, vol. 3, Ḥadīš 1886)

Heart-warming saying of the Holy Prophet  sallallahu alaihi wasallam

 Sayyidunā Salmān Fārsī raziallahu anh , has narrated that on the last day of Sha’bān, the Prophet of Raḥmaĥ, the Intercessor of Ummaĥ, the Owner of Jannaĥ sallallahu alaihi wasallam said, ‘O people! An auspicious and blessed month has approached you. In this month, there is a night that is better than a thousand months. Allah  has made it Farḍ to fast in this sacred month. To offer (Tarāwīḥ Ṣalāĥ) in its nights is Sunnaĥ. If you do a good deed in this month, it will be equivalent to carrying out a Farḍ act in any other month and if you perform a Farḍ act in this month, it will be equivalent to carrying out 70 Farḍ acts in any other month. This is the month of patience whose reward is Heaven. This is the month of sympathy, and the believer’s sustenance is increased in this month. In this month, the one who serves a fasting person with something to do Ifṭār, will be forgiven for his sins and his neck will be freed from the fire of Hell, and he will be rewarded the same as the one who fasted, without any reduction in the reward of the fasting person.’
The companions asked humbly, ‘Yā Rasūlallāĥ  sallallahu alaihi wasallam  Not all of us possess enough money (to present a meal to the fasting person) for Ifṭār.’ He sallallahu alaihi wasallamreplied, ‘Allah  will give this reward to the one who offers a sip of milk, a date or a sip of water to the fasting person, and the one who serves the fasting person with a meal so that his stomach is full will be given water from my pond (Kawšar) such that he will never feel thirsty and will enter Heaven. The first ten days of this month are mercy, the middle ten days are forgiveness and its last ten days are freedom from the fire of Hell.
One who treats his slave leniently in this month (by not burdening him with heavy duties) will be forgiven and freed from the fire of Hell. In this month, there are four things which you should do in abundance, two of them will earn the pleasure of Allah  for you, and you cannot do without the other two. The two which will earn you the pleasure of Allah are: 1. To testify that there is none worthy of worship other than Allah. 2. To ask for forgiveness. The two which you cannot do without are: 1. To ask Allah  for Heaven. 2. To seek refuge of Allah  from Hell.’ (Ṣaḥīḥ Ibn Khuzaymaĥ, pp. 1887, vol. 3) so keep serching keywords and know more abot ramadan
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