Last Ten Days Of Ramadan’s Benefits and its Importance (Ashra-e-Nijaat)

The last ten days of Ramadan are deemed the most sacred and blessed. They must consequently be spent in acts of devotion and worship. Ayesha (R.A) reported that when these days would start, the Prophet (PBUH) would tighten his waist belt, meaning that he would do his best and utmost. He would pray all night long.

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