Shab E Meraj Ki Namaz: DUA (PRAYERS AND FASTING) Rules
In this article, we will discuss the importance of Shab E Meraj and what it means. There are many people who are not aware of what Shab E Meraj exactly means. Do you know what is prayer or Dua for Nawafil of 27 Rajab Shab E Meraj? Here we have come up with all the details and key information that everyone should know. Thus you are asked to stick with this page and must go through the following sections placed below this section. In the following sections, you will get to read what is Shab E Meraj and its importance. Kindly drag down the page and read the information.’
Shab E Meraj Ki Namaz
Let’s first explore what is Shab E Meraj. Many people also recognize Shab E Meraj as Lailatul Meraj. In Arabic, Meraj means to help or support to reach or ascend up. In simple words, it refers to the ladder which is used to climb up. Now the next query that comes to mind is why we observe Shab E Meraj and what is its history. Before discussing the process of Nawafil of 27 Rajab Shab E Meraj let’s talk about the history of Shab E Meraj. Scroll down the page and read more details.
On the night of Shab E Meraj, Prophet Muhammad Salal Lahu Alaihi WaSalam was taken up or ascended to the Heavens (Jannat). The journey started from Masjit al Haram located in Makkah to the Masjid al Aqsa located in Jerusalem on Burraq. What is the method to pray on Nawafil of 27 Rajab Shab E Meraj? The first step is to pray 6 Rakaats and the method is to recite Suratal Fatiha once and Suratul Ikhlas seven times in both Rakaat after reciting Darood e Paak 50 times. Scroll down the page and read further details.
Later comes, 10 Nafal Rakaat, after it, you have to recite 12 Rakat Nafal. Pray 12 Rakat on shab e Meraj and recite Surah Fatihah in every rakat with any other Surah from Quran. After completing this recite “Subhan Allaahi Wal Hamdulillahi Wa Laa ilaah illal Laaho Wallah Hoo Akbar, Astagfirullah” 100 times. After this, you have to make Dua Fasting (Roza) for 2 days during Shab E Meraj has very Superiority. The person who fasts on this day will be away from azab of the grave (Qabr ka Azab) and the fire of hell (Dozakh). Huzur Sallalahu Alaihi Wa Salam instructed to fast on 2 days against the practice of Jews on 26, 27, or 27, 28 of Rajab.