Shab-e-Barat 2022: The event is held on the 14th or 15th day of Sha’ban, the Islamic calendar’s eighth month. The Holy Shab-e-Barat, or night of fortune, will be marked with religious passion and devotion across Bangladesh, South-East Asia, and the Middle East on March 18, 2022.

Shab-e-Barat 2022: Shab-e-Barat is a great Muslim feast known as the Night of Fortune and Forgiveness. The festival takes place on the 14th or 15th day of Sha’ban, the eighth month of the Islamic calendar, and it begins in the evening with people fasting, staying awake, and reading from the Holy Quran until the next day’s daybreak.

Shab-e-Barat 2022 Date:

This year’s Shab-e-Barat, also known as Mid-Sha’ban 2022, will begin on March 18 and end on March 19.

Shab-e-Barat Significance:

On this night of atonement, it is thought that the Almighty forgives the sins of those who pray and blesses them for the entire year. Muslims believe that on the night of Shab-e-Barat, God writes all men and women’s fates for the future year, taking into consideration their previous acts.

Shab-e-Barat History:

On this day, it is claimed that Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) reached Makkah. Another legend claims that when Prophet Muhammad’s wife, Hazrat Aisha Siddiqa, discovered him gone on this night, she went out in search of him. She later discovered him in Medina’s cemetery, where he had been asking for the deceased’s forgiveness for quite some time.

Shab-e-Barat 2022 Celebrations

In South Asia, including Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Azerbaijan, and Turkey, as well as Central Asia, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, and Kyrgyzstan, Shab-e-Barat is widely observed. People visit mosques and offer prayers to Allah on this day. They also visit the graves of their loved ones to pray for them. People also help the destitute by donating money and food.

“Unquestionably, Allah surrounds everything on the fifteenth night of Sha’aban with his mercy,” according to a hadith, or record of the Prophet Muhammad’s sayings. Except for mushriks (polytheists) and those whose hearts are full of animosity or enmity against others, He forgives all of His creatures…” (2:18 in Al-Targhib wa al-Tarhib.)

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