Dua Nisf Shaban
Dua Nisf Shaban
Sha’ban is the eighth month of the lunar year. This month, the Holy Prophet of Islam has stated in a heartfelt manner that he said at one point:
“Sha’ban is my month”.
From the aforementioned hadeeth, the virtues of the month of Sha’baan can be gauged from the fact that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) has declared this month as his month. What will be the greatness and glory of the month in which the Holy Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said? Similarly in another place:
Sha’ban is my month and Ramadan is for my umma’s month.
(الجامع الصغير, الحديث 4889)
Hazrat Zulnun Misri has written a place: Rajab is the month of sowing, Sha’baan is the month of sowing and Ramadan is the month of eating its fruit.
Among the greatness and excellence of the holy month, this month is that it is night with many blessings, and virtues. This night is the fifteenth night of Sha’ban. This night is also known as the night of Sha’baan.
Other names for Shaban
Hazrat Imam Ghazali (may Allah have mercy on him) listed his name in this book of Revelational-Mu’qashf al-Qaloob.
- Layla al-Magfirah (Night of Forgiveness of Sins)
- Good night
- Night freedom
- Layla al-Shafa’at (night intercession)
- Layla al-Aqsa Al-Kadr (Night of Partition and Destiny)
- In the same way, Sir Ashraf says: There are four names for this night.
- Layla al-Mubarakka (blessed night)
- Layla Albara (Night of Salvation)
- Leyla (Night of Paran)
- Layla al-Rahma (The Night of Mercy)
Features of the night brat
Many commentators have described the following characteristics of the night of Sha’baan in the interpretation of Surah Al-Dukhan’s verse No.2 (Inna Anzalnahu Fi Laylatin Mubarakatin):
إِنَّا أَنْزَلْنَاهُ فِي لَيْلَةٍ مُبَارَكَةٍ إِنَّا كُنَّا مُنْذِرِينَ
Everything is decided on that night
This night has the merit of worshipping. On that night, blessings are revealed. Intercession is arranged at night. A night of forgiveness is written for the servants on that night.
(Zamkashri, al-Kashaf, 4: 272 to 273)
This blessed night is called Shab e Baraat, which is a combination of Persian. Night means night and baraat means salvation.
In Arabic, it is called Layla al-Barat. Lilah means night, while elaborate means salvation and deliverance. Scholars state that since this night is the night of redemption and salvation, the second reason is called the night burrata.
Night in the light of the Qur’an
As mentioned above, this blessed night is mentioned in verse 2 of Surah al-Dukhan. So it was revealed:
Inna Anzalnahu Fi Laylatin Mubarakatin
“Verily We have sent it down in a blessed night.”
(Dukhan, 44: 3)
The above verse refers to Layla Mubarak (blessed night) in Mubarak. The scholars have two sayings on this. Zia-ul-Quran has quoted two words under this verse:
The opinion of Hazrat Ibn ‘Abbas (may Allah be pleased with him), Qatadah and most commentators is that this refers to Layla al-Qadr because it has been explained in Surah Al-Qadr. Anna Anzalnah fi Lil al-Qadr.
Hazrat Ikrimah and a group believe that it was the night of Shaban.
Likewise, the treasurer of al-Farfan al-Farfan is:
That night means good night or good night. This night the Koran was sent down from heaven to the heavenly world. Then from there, the Prophet Gabriel came down for a little over thirty years. The night was blessed because it was revealed in the Holy Quran that blessings were always revealed and prayers were accepted.
Shabe baraat In the light of the Ahadith
Hazrat Imam Behaqi (may Allaah have mercy on him) narrated from Hazrat Usman ibn ‘Abi al-‘Asas that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said:
So, why is it so? Fanfare, hello sile? Fatima, Falaisel Ahad, and Ati Alaani Zafar
“When it is midnight, the caller cries out: Is there anyone who wants forgiveness of sins? I’ll forgive him. Is anyone asking for a grant? So there is no question but it is given, except for the adulteress or the polytheist.
(Bahai, Shu’aim al-Aiman, 3: 383, Zakat al-Hadith: 3836)
Hazrat Imam Ibn Maajah (may Allaah have mercy on him) narrated from Hazrat Syedna Ali al-Murtaza ( that the two saints of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said:
Therefore, Kant Lilah (Nusif) from Shayban Faqumwa Lilahaa Wisumwa Nahra Phanullah Yinzal Faha Laghroeb Al-Shams-i-Salama-al-Daniya, Fiqhul: “I am the best”? Fanfare, Alamustraq? Alcoholics, Alcoholics, and even food.
“If it is the fifteenth night of Sha’baan, then stay the night and fast in the day, because at night when the sun sets, the sky turns towards the world and says: Who asks forgiveness for me to forgive him?” Do I Who asks for sustenance from me? Who is in trouble to give it a go? Likewise, it is said in the morning until the morning. “
(Ibn Majah, Ulsan, Amount: 1388)
Abu Bakr Siddique reported that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said:
Half of Sha’ban’s night, the mercy of the heavenly heavens descends upon the world. So everyone is forgiven except for the polytheist or who has no heart.
(Flame Area, Amount: 3827)
Mid-Sha’ban and the usual Mustafa
Hazrat Umm Al-Mu’minin Hazrat Syedna Ayesha Siddiqah (RA) says: I did not see the Universe one night, and then I found the rest in Pak. The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said to me: Do you fear that Allah and His Messenger (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) will violate your rights? I said: “Yarusollah!” I thought you might have visited one of the bridesmaids. So let us go where the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said:
Allah Almighty Allah’s Angel Lil-e-Nassif from Shaban-e-Salami-ul-Dinya Feghfar Laksaar from the Lion Wheat Club.
“Indeed, on the fifteenth night of Al-Shabaan, the sky shines on the world, thus forgiving sinners even more than the hair of the goats of the club.”
(Sunan al-Tirmidhi, Zakat al-Hadith: 739)
Shabbat-e-Rizwan-ul-Allah A’mam-ul-Azam routine
Hazrat Syedna Anas bin Malik (RA) says: As soon as the moon of the month of Sha’baan appears, the Companions would engage in the recitation of the Qur’an, extract the zakat of their wealth so that the weak and the poor could prepare for the month of Ramadan. By asking for a “limit” on which to set the limit. Freeing the rest, merchants pay their debts, receiving their debts from others, and sitting in the retreat (some of them) after bathing when the moon of Ramadan is seen.
(Ghani-ul-Taliban, vol. 1, p. 246)
The routine of Imam Hasan Mujtaba (may Allah be pleased with him)
Hazrat Imam Tayyus Yemani says that I asked Hazrat Imam Hasan bin Ali (as) on the night of Sha’baan about the 15th Sha’baan, and he said:
I divide this night into three parts:
In one part I read Durood Sharif on my grandfather, doing it by the command of Allaah that he commanded:
Or this peace of peace.
“O you who believe! Send blessings on them and send good deeds. “
(Elizabeth, 33: 56)
In the second part of the night, I ask Allaah, following the command of Almighty that he commanded:
I am unable to do so.
“Nor is Allah going to punish them while they are seeking forgiveness.”
(Al-Anfal, 8: 33)
And in the third part of the night, I pray, following the command of the Almighty:
“And (O Habib Mukarram), you stay in the present and get closer (to us).”
(Al-Qur’an, 96: 19)
I said: What is the reward for a person who does this? He said: I heard from Hazrat Ali (RA). He heard from the Holy Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him). The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: Whoever gives life to the night of the fifteenth Sha’baan is written down in the vicinity. That is, the people about whom Allaah says:
Fama from them.
“Then if he (the deceased) was one of those who were near”.
(Certainly, 56: 88)
(Repentance and forgiveness, Tahir-ul-Qadri, pp. 362, 361)
The routine of Hazrat Omar bin Abdul Aziz (RA)
Amir al-mu’minin Hazrat Syedna Umar ibn Abdul Aziz (RA) was once engaged in the fifteenth-night worship of Sha’ban Sharif. Raising his head, he found a green leaf whose light stretched to the sky and wrote on it:
The blessings of Al-Dinar al-Malik al-Aziz al-Qa’ida Umar bin Abdul Aziz.
“This is a revelation from the Fire of Hell, given to His servant Omar ibn Abdul Aziz” by Allah Almighty.
(Commentary on the Spirit of Al-Bayan, vol. 8, p. 402).
From all the above-mentioned traditions this expression becomes manifest, this great sacred night of half Shaban Sharif brings to us the Naveed Saeed of mercy, blessings, and forgiveness from Allah. So we need to wrap up the blessings of this night. May Allah help us all. Amen.
The statement is also being transcribed so that we may be more thankful for God’s blessings and blessings.
Mercy God excuses me, excuses me
“Seek the mercy of Allah, seek not the price.”
Good night and other benefits
This night, perform two Rak’ ahs, after bathing to worship. In each Rak’ at, after reciting Surah Fatiha, recite Surah Al-Kursi once and Surah Sincerity three times and engage from the time of the West so that the initiation of good deeds will be initiated.
Forty times before sunset, the lavish villa Qual-e-Balah-ul-Alai-Azim. Almighty God forgives forty years of sins.
On this night, the Holy Quran, Durood Sharif, Salat al-Tasbiyah, and other Nawafal should be performed.
8 Pray for the rak’ ah prayer. In each Rak’ at, read Surah Al-Fatihah Surah once and Surah Al-Fitr 25 times. (Source of Night of Excellence)
The person who reads the two Rak’ ahs of Shabbat in such a manner that in each Rakat, after reciting Surah Fatiha, he recites Ayat al-Kursi once and Fifteen times. Allah will give him a home in Paradise.
Read the eight Rak’ ats with salaam and if their reward is presented to the Prophet (peace be upon him), then Sayyidah says: I guarantee such a person to Paradise.
It is Sunnah to go to the cemetery that night.
If he prays ten Rak’ ahs and recites Surah al-Khalis one hundred times in each Rak’ at, then Allaah will cover all his needs and forgive his sins. (Spirit of Alien)
So read the Makkah in two Rak’ ahs two or eleven times in every rak’ ah. Hazrat Hasan Basri (may Allah have mercy on him) has quoted from three companions that the person who prays this prayer, Allah blesses him seventy times and fulfils seventy needs.
Dua Nisf Shaban