Shab e Qadr, also known as Laylatul Qadr, is one of the holiest nights in the Islamic calendar and is celebrated with great fervour in Bangladesh. It is a night of immense significance for Muslims as it marks the revelation of the Holy Quran to Prophet Muhammad. Observed on an odd night during the last ten days of Ramadan, Shab e Qadr is considered to be a night of blessings, forgiveness, and salvation.

As we approach the commemoration of this occasion, here is a guide on how Shab e Qadr will be observed in Bangladesh in 2025.

Laylatul Qadr 2025 in Bangladesh date

The specific date of Laylatul Qadr, known as the ‘Night of Power,’ is uncertain, though it commonly falls within the final 10 nights of Ramadan. Many believe it occurs on the 27th night, which in 2025 would be 26 March. However, this is not confirmed.

It is important to note that some believe that the exact date of Laylatul Qadr is unknown. It is said to occur on one of the odd-numbered nights during the last ten days of the holy month of Ramadan. Additionally, some believe that Shab e Qadr will occur only in the last five odd nights of the holy month.

Rest assured that we will update this article once the official date is announced.

Laylatul Qadr observances in Bangladesh

Shab e Qadr commemorates the night when Prophet Muhammad received the first verses of the Holy Quran. Considered in the Islamic faith as the ‘Night of Decree’, ‘Night of Power’, ‘Night of Value’, ‘Night of Destiny’, or ‘Night of Measures.’ As mentioned, it is mainly observed every year on any odd night in the last ten days of the holy month of Ramadan.

Muslim devotees in Bangladesh celebrate Laylatul Qadr by spending the entire night engaging in religious rituals such as reciting the holy Quran, performing zikr, and making special prayers or “dua.” They seek Almighty Allah’s blessings for long life, peace, and growth for themselves, their families, friends, the country, and the Muslim Ummah.

Islamic scholars also recite passages from the holy Quran at mosques throughout Bangladesh to help people in attendance understand the significance of the words. In short, Muslims in Bangladesh will prepare for this holy night with great devotion and spiritual activities, seeking blessings, forgiveness, and salvation.


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