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Shab e Qadr 2015 SMS, Messages, Quotes, Duas, Namaz, Prayers & Hadith

Shab e Qadr 2015 SMS, Messages, Quotes, Duas, Namaz, Prayers & Hadith

Shab e Qadr 2015

Shab e Qadr 2015 will be observed on July 14th night. Shab-e-Qadar, also known as Laylat al-Qadr (Arabic: لیلة القدر‎), meaning in English as the Night of Decree, Night of Power, Night of Value, Night of Destiny, or Night of Measures, is in Islamic belief the night when the first verses of the Quran were revealed to the Islamic prophet Muhammad(SAW). Shab e Qadr is one of the odd nights of the last ten days of Ramadan and is better than 1000 months of worship. Muslims believe that on Shan e Qadar night, the blessings and mercy of Allah is abundant, sins are forgiven, supplications are accepted, and that the annual decree is revealed to the angels who also descend to earth.

 

Shab e Qadr 2015 SMS Messages

Allah Se Iltija Hay
Woh Aap Ko Apni Nigah-E-Kareem Aur
Hifazat Mein Rakhay Or
Shab-E-Qadr Ki Naimaton Se Mala Maal Karay
(AMEEN)SHAB-E-QADAR MUBARAK 2015
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Shab-e-Qadr 2015
Mubarak ho. Remembr me in ur prayerz.
Shab e Qadr
What A Night !!
Wake One Another !!
No Night Could Be Better,
And No Gift Could Be Better Than A Guide,
For The Journey Of Life !!
It Is Recommended To Spend,
A Part Of The Nights In Prayers..
“Seekers, Winners, Sleepers, Losers”
Shab e Qadr Mubarak 2015..!!
Hawa ko khushbu MUBARAK Fiza ko Mausam MUBARAK Chaman ko Gul MUBARAK Aapko or aap k ghar walon ko hamari traf se SHaB-E-QADR ki raat MUBARAK 2015.
Aksar Sham Ko Aati Ha Falak Se Awaz, Sajda Karti Ha Sehr Jis Ko, Wo Ha Aaj Ki Raat Happy SHAB_E_QADAR 2015
Sirf Ehsas-E-Nadamat Aur Ek Sajda Chashm-E-Namm … Ae ALLAH Tujh Ko Manana Tou Bohat Aasan Hy … Have A Blessed Shab-E-Qadar 2015

 

Shab e Qadr Quotes 2015

 

Shab e qadar is the night
Night of blessing
Which is hidden goes and search
Night of blessing is hidden
Hidden between many nights
Night which has all in it
Is night of shab e qadar
This is hidden
Between 5 nights
Night of blessing night of noor
Welcome the odd nights
One of which is shab e qadar
The night which hides
for getting  revealed
so be ready for searching
Work of world should be stopped
night of Noor is here
Search and pray from god
God make life scared
So utilize your life
In way of Allah
For making him agree
God who is one
Make us choice to live
And give us opportunities to survive
Through these nights
Ray of hope is standing
Don’t miss the chance
Avail it and ask what you want
God will definitely provide
Works can’t be stop ever
But Allah is calling us
For our benefits so please
Took a great stance for making it beneficial

 

Shab e Qadr Duas

Shab e Qadr Dua In English

O Allah!
“You are the Forgiver and You like forgiving so forgive me”

Shab e Qadr Dua In Urdu

Ya Allah Tu Karne Wala Mehrbaan Hai or Maafi Ko Pasand Karta Hai
is Lye Ae Allah Mujhe Maaf Kar Day.

Shab e Qadr Dua In Bangla

হে আল্লাহ! নিশ্চয়ই আপনি ক্ষমাশীল, আপনি ক্ষমা করে দিতে ভালোবাসেন—অতএব, আমাকে ক্ষমা করুন। 

 

Shab e Qadr Namaz/Prayers

 

 

Shab e Qadr Hadith

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Laylat al Qadr 2015 Duas, Prayer, Surah, Hadith, Signs, Meaning & Things to Do

Laylat al Qadr 2015 Duas, Prayer, Surah, Hadith, Signs, Meaning

Laylat al Qadr 2015

Laylat al Qadr 2015 is on July 14, 2015. Laylat al Qadr is the night, which is the most blessed and excellent of all nights. A Laylat al Qard prayer during this night is superior to the prayer of a thousand months. The destiny for the year 2015 is decided on this night. The Angels and Roohul Ameen (a highly dignified Angel) descend on this earth, with the permission of Allah (swt) & call on the Imam of the time, and what is ordained (by Allah) for everybody is presented before the Imam.

Laylat al Qadr Duas & Aamal

Imam Zayn al-Abideen (a.s) used to say this supplication very frequently at the Laylat al Qadr nights while sitting, standing, in rukuu’, and prostrating:

Laylat al Qadr Dua in English

I have no control over the gains and losses for my self
and I cannot drive back any evil from myself.
I testify to this against myself.
To You do I confess of my powerlessness and my feebleness.
So, (please do) send blessings to Muhammad and the Household of Muhammad
and fulfill what You have promised me,
as well as all the believing men and women;
that is Your forgiveness at this night,
and accomplish that which You have conferred upon me,
for I am Your slave—the poor, the humble,
the weak, the needy, and the humiliated.
O Allah, (please) do not make me negligent of Your mention as regards that which You have bestowed upon me,
do not make me inadvertent to Your favors to me as regards that which You have given me,
do not make me despair of Your responding to me, even if such response is postponed,
whether I be in prosperity, adversity,
hardship, comfort,
wellbeing, ordeal,
misery, or bliss.
Verily, You are the Hearer of prayers.

 

Laylat al Qadr 2015 Prayer

Laylat al Qadr is the most excellent night of the whole year, it is better then a thousand months, one nights worship is equivalent to the worship of a life time. The Laylat al Qadr night occurs during one of the odd nights of the last ten days of Ramadan, most likely to be on the 27th Ramadan.

The Most Beloved of Allah, Huzur Nabi Salla Allahu ta’ala ‘alayhi wa Sallam said ”People who won’t be able to benefit on this blessed Laylat al Qadr night are listed as follows, unless these people ask for forgiveness for their sins : Muslim enemies, people who don’t give zakaat and encourage people not to either, people who break relationships, laugh at the facts of the grave, people who back bite, being lazy to pray salaat, not talking to a Muslim brother for more than three days, including haram, shirk, kufar, nazayess.”

On this blessed Laylat al Qadr 2015 night pray the follwoing:

  • The Holy Qur’an al Kareem
  • Nafil Laylat al Qadr Prayer/Salaat
  • Tasbih
  • Du’as
  • Astagfar
  • Kalma-e Tamjid
  • Surah Ikhlas
  • Darood shareef

Whoever prays by heart “Laa elaahaa el-lal laahu Muham-madur rasulul-laah” by praying first time you will be clean of sins, praying second time you will be clear of hell, and praying third time you will be accepted in Paradise. It is quoted in the Hadith sharif that whoever prays from the heart and with intention, will be forgiven for all their sins.

Huzur Nabi-e-paak Salla Allahu ta’ala ‘alayhi wa Sallam said on the night of Laylat aI Qadr you must pray this du’a as much as possible:

” ALLAAHUMMA INNAKA AFUWUN TUHIBBUL AFWA F-AFL’ ANNAA”

(O Allah, you are the one who grants pardon for sins, you love to pardon so pardon us)

Astagfar:

” ASTAG FIRULLAA HULLAZI LAA-E-LAAHAA ILLAA HUWAL HAIYUL KAIYUM V-A-TUBU ILAIH”

(I seek forgiveness from Allah, the Almighty, there is no god but He, He is the Self-existent, the eternal and I turn to Him)

Whoever on this Laylat al Qadr night prays :

 “Innaa anzalnaahu fee lailatil qadr. Wa maa adraaka maalailatul qadr. LailatuI qadri khairum min alfi shahr. Tanazalul malaa ikatu varroohu fee haa bi-izni rabbihim min kulli amr. Salaamun heeyaa hattaa matlaeel fajr.”

If they pray ”Innaa anzalnaahu” (above) 700, or 70, or 7 times at least, Allah Subhanahu wa Ta’ala will forgive that person’s sins, save them from all their troubles and ghosts, also 70,000 angels will pray for that person to go to Jannat (Paradise).

Laylat al Qadr Nafil Prayer

* Pray four rakats nafil salaat, in every rakat after ALHAMDU SHARIF (Surah Fateha) pray INNAA ANZALNAHU three times, and KULHUVLLAH SHARIF (surah ikhlas) seven times, this will decrease the pains and agonies of death, and will protect you from the torments of the grave.

* Pray four rakats nafil salaat, in every rakat after ALHA MDU SHARIF pray INNAA ANZALNAHU once and KULHUVLLAH SHARIF 27 times, Allah Subhanahu wa Ta’ala will forgive your sins.

* Pray two rakats nafil salaat, in every rakat after ALHAMDU SHARIF pray INNA ANZALNAHU seven times KULHUVLLAH SHARIF seven times, then pray Astagfar and Darood shareef, Allah Subhanahu wa Ta’ala will forgive you and your parents.

* Pray four rakats nafil salaat, in every rakat after ALHAMDU SHARIF pray INNAA ANZALNAHU three times KULHUVLLAH SHARIF five times, and after salaat pray Kalma-e tamjid 41 times, Allah Subhanahu wa Ta’ala  will accept all your du’as.

* Pray 20 rakats nafil salaat with intervals after every two rakats, in every rakat after ALHAMDU SHARIF Pray KULHUVLLAH SHARIF 21 times, you will be clean of all your sins, as if you were just born.

* Pray 20 rakats nafil salaat with intervals after every two rakats, in every rakat after ALHAMDU SHARIF pray AAYTUL KURSI three times and KULHUVLLAH SHARIF 25 times, after salaat pray KALMA-E TAMJID 100 times, you will get Haj-e makbul’s thawaab.

* Pray 10 rakats nafil salaat with intervals after every two rakats, in every rakat after ALHAMDU SHARIF pray KULHUVLLAH SHARIF 3 times, after namaz pray Darood shareef 11 times and Du’a, you will get lots of thawaab.

* Pray 10 rakats nafil salaat with intervals after every two rakats, in every rakat after ALHAMDU SHARIF pray any surah, then make your du’as, Insha-Allah they will be accepted.

* Pray 12 rakats nafil salaat with intervals after every two rakats, in every rakat after ALHAMDU SHARIF pray KULHUVLLAH SHARIF five times, you will get lots of thawaab.

* Pray 2 rakats nafil salaat, in every rakat after ALHAMDU SHARIF, pray KULHUVLLAH SHARIF seven times, after salaat pray darood shareef 100 times and Astagfar 100 times, you will get lots of thawaab.

* Pray four rakats nafil salaat, in every rakat after ALHAMDU SHARIF pray ALHA KUMUT-TAKAASUR once and KULHUVLLAH SHARIF three times, this will avoid problems, and will protect you from the torments of the grave.

* Pray 2 rakats nafil salaat, In every rakat after ALHAMDU SHARIF, pray KULHUVLLAH SHARIF seven times, after salaat pray astagfar 70 times, before you get up from your prayer mat Allah Subhanahu wa Ta’ala will forgive your sins and your parents sins and Allah Subhanahu wa Ta’ala will say to the angels to make sweet (meva) trees in Jannat as well as make you a palace. Until you will not see this in your dream you will not die.

Subhaana rabbika rabbil ezzati ammaa yasifun wa salaamun al-l mursalin, wal hamdu lil-laahi rabbil aalamin.

May Allah Subhanahu wa Ta’ala make all your Du’as come true. (Aamin)

 

Laylat al Qadr Surah

Surah Al-Qadr (97)

Surah Al Qadr

Surah Al-Qadr English Translation

Laylat Al-Qadr Dua in Arabic

Bismillaahir Rahmaanir Raheem

  1. Innaa anzalnaahu fee lailatil qadr
  2. Wa maa adraaka ma lailatul qadr
  3. Lailatul qadri khairum min alfee shahr
  4. Tanaz zalul malaa-ikatu war roohu feeha bi izni-rab bihim min kulli amr
  5. Salaamun hiya hattaa mat la’il fajr
  1. Verily! We have sent it (this Qur’an) down in the night of Al-Qadr (Decree)
  2. And what will make you know what the night of Al-Qadr (Decree) is?
  3. The night of Al-Qadr (Decree) is better than a thousand months (i.e. worshipping Allah in that night is better than worshipping Him a thousand months, i.e. 83 years and 4 months).
  4. Therein descend the angels and the Ruh [Jibrael (Gabriel)] by Allah’s Permission with all Decrees,
  5. Peace! (All that night, there is Peace and Goodness from Allah to His believing slaves) until the appearance of dawn.
بِسمِ اللَّهِ الرَّحمٰنِ الرَّحيمِ

  1. إِنَّا أَنْزَلْنَاهُ فِي لَيْلَةِ الْقَدْرِ
  2. وَمَا أَدْرَاكَ مَا لَيْلَةُ الْقَدْرِ
  3. لَيْلَةُ الْقَدْرِ خَيْرٌ مِنْ أَلْفِ شَهْرٍ
  4. تَنَزَّلُ الْمَلَائِكَةُ وَالرُّوحُ فِيهَا بِإِذْنِ رَبِّهِمْ مِنْ كُلِّ أَمْرٍ
  5. سَلَامٌ هِيَ حَتَّى مَطْلَعِ الْفَجْرِ

 

Laylat al Qadr Hadith

Laylat al-Qadr hadith: The Night of Decree is peaceful and calm

Ibn Abbas reported: The Prophet, peace and blessings be upon him, said, “The Night of Decree is a calm night, neither hot nor cold, and the sun arises on it red and feeble.

Laylat al Qadr 2015 Sings

Signs of Laylat al-Qadr is known as follows,

The first sign: It was reported in Saheeh Muslim from the hadith of Ubayy ibn Ka’b (may Allaah be pleased with him) that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) announced that one of its signs was that when the sun rose on the following morning, it had no (visible) rays. (Muslim, 762).

The second sign: It was reported from the hadeeth of Ibn ‘Abbaas narrated by Ibn Khuzaimah, and by al-Tayaalisi in his Musnad, with a saheeh isnaad, that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “Laylat al-Qadr is a pleasant night, neither hot nor cold, and the following day the sun rises red and weak.”(Saheeh Ibn Khuzaymah, 2912; Musnad al-Tayaalisi).

The third sign: It was reported by al-Tabaraani with a hasan isnaad from the hadeeth of Waathilah ibn al-Asqa’ (may Allaah be pleased with him) that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “Laylat al-Qadr is a bright night, neither hot nor cold, in which no meteors are seen.” Narrated by al-Tabaraani in al-Kabeer. See Majma‘ al-Zawaa’id, 3/179; Musnad Ahmad).

These three saheeh hadith explain the signs which indicate Laylat al-Qadr.

It is not essential for the one who “catches” Laylat al-Qadr to know that he has “caught” it. The point is to strive hard and to be sincere in worship, whether or not one knows that one has “caught” it. It may be that some of those who do not know that may be better with Allaah and higher in status than those who did know which night it was, because the former strove hard. We ask Allaah to accept our fasting and our prayer at night, and to help us to remember Him and to thank Him and to worship Him properly. May Allaah bless our Prophet Muhammad.

 

Laylat al Qadr 2015 Meaning

Laylat al-Qadr is the most virtuous night in the year. Almighty Allah says in the Qur’an, “We have indeed revealed this (Message) in the Night of Power: And what will explain to thee what the night of power is? The Night of Power is better than a thousand months.” (Al-Qadr 97:1-3)

Laylat al Qadr meaning is “Night of Power”. It attributes to it a good meaning: whoever may attain the blessings of this holy night should attain perfect power in his spiritual life. One can attain perfect power by means of this night because its value is more than one thousand months of worshipping. Every worship performed increases the spiritual power of people and in this night any worship is going to be valued as one thousand months of worshipping on any other night. It is condensed power. God, the Almighty, makes it a mighty night by placing in it such incredible power, making it a much mightier night than other nights. Allah Almighty says it is much more valuble than one thousand months of worshipping. That means Allah Almighty granted such huge power to that night.

It is just such a mighty night which is highly respected and given such a high value by the Lord Almighty. It is so mighty that it is said that it is the most mighty night, that Night of Power. Allah Almighty puts in it power for His servants to come closer to His Divine Presence. In a short time a that great power adorns worshippers in this night and they may be able to penetrate through the entire heavens and reach the Divine Presence.

People on this night are going to be on several different levels. No doubt we are on the lowest level, so we are hoping in this night to attain the honor and illumination granted in it. When we reach a higher level and as it is a holy night in the heavens as well, we will begin to sense something [of the great power being manifested] on this night. Whoever is at the highest spiritual level must be present for this night in the Divine Presence of the Lord.

 

Laylat al Qadr 2015 – Things to Do

1. Take a vacation for Allah
We take a break from our jobs for almost everything in life. Why not this time to focus on worshiping and thanking our Creator.
If this is not possible at least take a few days off if you can. This can make it easier to stay awake at night to do extra Ibadah, not having to worry about getting to work the next day.
It will also facilitate doing Itikaf.

2. Do Itikaf
It was a practice of the Prophet to spend the last ten days and nights of Ramadan in the masjid for Itikaf.
Those in Itikaf stay in the masjid all this time, performing various forms of zikr (the remembrance of Allah), like doing extra Salat, recitation and study of the Quran. They do not go outside the masjid except in case of emergencies, therefore, they sleep in the masjid. Their families or the masjid administration takes care of their food needs.
Itikaf of a shorter period of time, like one night, a day or a couple of days is encouraged as well.

3. Make this special Dua
Aisha, may Allah be pleased with her, said: I asked the Messenger of Allah: ‘O Messenger of Allah, if I know what night is the night of Qadr, what should I say during it?’ He said: ‘Say: O Allah, You are pardoning and You love to pardon, so pardon me.’ “(Ahmad, Ibn Majah, and Tirmidhi).
The transliteration of this Dua is “Allahumma innaka `afuwwun tuhibbul `afwa fa`fu `annee”

4. Recite the Quran
Perhaps you can choose Surahs or passages from the Quran which you have heard in Tarawih this past Ramadan to recite.
If you attend a class where the recitation of the Quran is taught, this is a great time to put your knowledge into practice.

5. Reflect on the meaning of the Quran
Choose the latest Surah or Surahs you’ve heard in Tarawih and read their translation and Tafseer. Then think deeply about their meaning and how it affects you on a personal level.
(If you want to study the Quran with more understanding, check out Way to the Quran and Access to Quranic Arabic.

6. Get your sins wiped out
Abu Huraira narrated that the Messenger said: Whoever stands (in prayer) in Laylatul Qadr while nourishing his faith with self-evaluation, expecting reward from Allah, will have all of his previous sins forgiven. [Bukhari and Muslim).

Don’t just pray using the shorter Surahs that you know. Try to make your prayers longer, deeper and meaningful. If you are familiar with longer Surahs, read the translation and explanation and then pray reciting these Surahs, carefully reflecting on the meaning while you pray.

Even if you are only familiar with the shorter Surahs, read the translation and explanation beforehand, and then pray reflecting on the message of the Surahs.

This is a good way to develop the habit of concentration, even in regular prayers, where many of us tend to be fidgety and/or easily distracted.

7. Make a personal Dua list.
Ask yourself what you really want from Allah. Make a list of each and everything, no matter how small or how big it is, whether it deals with this world or not. Allah loves to hear from us. Once this list is ready, you can do three things:

• Ask Allah to give you those things
• Think about what actions you have taken to get those things
• Develop a work plan to get those things in future.

8. Evaluate yourself.
Ask yourself those questions that need to be asked. Do an evaluation of where you are and where you are going. Let this evaluation lead you to feel happiness for the good you have done and remorse for the bad you have done. (see a short and a long evaluation guide) This latter feeling should make it easier to seek Allah’s sincere forgiveness when making the Dua mentioned in tip number one above.

9. Make long, sincere and deep Duas
One of the best times to do this is during the last part of the night.

Abu Huraira, may Allah be pleased with him, related that the Prophet said: When the last one-third of the night remains, our Lord, the Glorious One descends towards the heaven of the earth and proclaims: Who is that who supplicates for Me, and I grant his supplication? Who is that who begs Me for anything and I grant it to him? And who is that who seeks My forgiveness, and I forgive him? (Bukhari, Muslim).

That means for instance, waking up one hour before Suhoor time to ask Allah for anything and everything you want that is Halal. This can be done using the Duas of the Sunnah, but also Dua in your own language, with sincerity and conviction.

For some tips on making Dua please see the article Some personal Duas you can make.

10. Memorize a different Dua every night
They don’t have to be long. They can be just one line. And be sure to know what they mean generally at least, even if you don’t know the exact translation in English.

You can put them on index cards (or and keep them with you during the day, glancing at them during work, while driving, waiting in line, etc.) Then practice them at night in prayer.

11. Have Iftar with the family
If you’ve spent Iftar time on weekdays in your cubicle at work alone with a couple of dates, now is the last few days you’ll have this Ramadan to spend with your family. Use it wisely.

12. Take the family to Tarawih
Have your spouse and kids missed Tarawih most of Ramadan because you weren’t there to drive them to the Masjid, which is too far away to walk to? If so, do all of yourselves a favor and bring everyone for Tarawih in these last ten nights.

13. Attend the Dua after the completion of Quran recitation
Almost all Masjids where the Imam aims to finish an entire reading of the Quran in Tarawih prayers in Ramadan will be completing their recitation in these last ten nights. They may try to end on one of the odd nights and read the Dua at the end of a reading of the Quran. Attend this particular night’s Tarawih prayer with your family. See if you can attend different Masjids’ Tarawih prayers the night they finish reading the Quran.

14. Finish reading a book on the Prophet
Read about the Prophet’s life, which can increase your love for him and Islam by seeing how much he struggled for Allah’s sake. It may inspire you to push yourself even harder during these last ten nights. This community is built on sacrifice.

15. Plan for the next year
Once you’ve done a self-evaluation, you can plan on where you want to go, at least in the next 12 months. Laylatul Qadr is a great night to be thinking about this (without taking away from your worship), since you’ll Insha Allah, be in a more contemplative state. You may choose to dedicate one night of power for evaluation and one night for planning for the next year.

16. To do list for the Night of Power
Make a to do checklist for each Night of Power. This should define how you would like your night, the one better than a thousand months, to be used. Pick things from this list and define the sequence you would like to do things in. This will help you avoid wasting your time in unproductive chats which common in the festive atmosphere of Masjids at the Night of Power.

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Islamic Dates 2015

Islamic Dates 2015

Gregorian days 2015

Ramadan – begins

19 June 2015

Lailat ul-Qadr 2015

7 -16 July 2015

Eid-ul-fitr 2015

17 July 2015

Hajj 2015 days

21-26 September 2015

Arafat Day

22 September 2015

Eid ul-adha 2015

23 September 2015

Muharram – Muslim New year

15 October 2015

Ashura

3 November 2015

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Eid Fitr 2015

Date of Eid ul Fitr 2015 in Bangladesh

When is Eid ul Fitr 2015?

Eid Fitr 2015 is on Friday, 17th July, 2015 in most countries around the world.

When is Eid ul Fitr 2015 in Bangladesh?

In Bangladesh, Eid ul Fitr 2015 will be observed on Saturday, 18th July, 2015 as per moon sightability.

 

Eid-al-Fitr 2015

Eid-al-Fitr 2015 is the first day of the Islamic month of Shawwal. It marks the end of Ramadan 2015, which is a month of fasting and prayer to all Muslims.

The exact date of Eid Fitr 2015 and other Islamic holidays cannot be determined in advance, due to the nature of the Islamic lunar calendar. All estimates are based on expected visibility of the new moon and may vary according to location.

For this reason, most countries of the world will be able to celebrate Eid al fitr 2015 on Friday, 17th July 2015, except a major part of Oceania and a few of the eastern-most countries of Asia. Same as Ramadan 2015, it will not be possible to celebrate Eid ul Fitr 2015 on the same day in all parts of the world because of the visibility conditions of the crescent.

 

Eid ul-fitr 2015 Moon

As per moon visibility curves for Shawwal 2015 (1436), Eid ul-fitr 2015 moon will born on Thursday, July 16 at 01:24 UTC. As it will be born nearly an hour and half after the day start (in UTC), there will be great chances of its visibility on the same day evening, (i.e. 16th July 2015 evening) in the countries belonging to the western part of the world. Crescent visibility will be acquired in South America as well as in the whole of Northern America, all of Europe, all of Africa and in major parts of Asia before the Fajr prayer in the respective countries (the concept of extended visibility). Thus most parts of the world (except some countries of Asia and the major part of Oceania) will be able to celebrate Eid ul-Fitr 2015 on Friday, 17th July 2015. Along with Bangladesh, the remaining countries of Asia and the majority of the countries in Oceania will fast one day more and end Ramadan 2015 on the evening of 17th July and will celebrate Eid ul-Fitr 2015 on 18th July 2015.

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Top 10 Ramadan 2015 Islamic Prayer Times Apps for Android Free Download

Islamic Prayer Times with Ramadan Calendar, Azan, Qibla Locator, Holy Quran

Holy Ramadan 2015 will start on June 18 and a utility of Ramadan 2015 Calendar Apps for Android, iPhone & iPod in supporting Sehri-Iftar Timings 2015 along with Ramadan 2015 prayer times of the 30-day fasting make them an especially useful app for all Muslim smartphone users.

As Android & iPhone mobile apps are rapidly becoming a valuable smartphone tools for Islamic Calendar and Prayer Times, many Muslims have increasingly been turning to Islamic Smartphone Apps to help them fulfill religious obligations.

Islamic apps for Andorid have become very popular among young Muslims around the world. Most of these users use basic smartphone features like Ramadan Calendar Apps, Prayer Time Apps, Qibla Apps, Azan Apps. They are also become reliant on specialized Islamic Android Apps that do everything from calculating prayer times to providing opportunities for volunteer work and charitable giving, one of the five pillars of Islam.

During Ramadan 2015, all Muslims want to know the exact time of Sehri and Iftar along daily with five prayer times. We have listed TOP 10 Islamic Ramadan Apps for Android that precisely calculate these Sehri-Iftar Times & Prayer Times based on a user’s exact location.

Islamic Apps for Android

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Ramadan Islamic App

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1 Ramadan 2015 Calendar App Android Free [button link=”https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.muslimtoolbox.app.android.ramadan” size=”small”]Download[/button]
2 Islamic Prayer time (Salatuk) App Android Free [button link=”https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.masarat.salati” size=”small”]Download[/button]
3 islamic Prayer Times App for Android Free [button link=”https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.masarat.salati” size=”small”]Download[/button]
4 Muslim Pro – Ramadan TImings, Azan, Quran, Qibla [button link=”https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.bitsmedia.android.muslimpro” size=”small”]Download[/button]
5 Prayer Times with Ramadan Sehri Iftari, Azan, Qibla Android Apps Free [button link=”https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.muslimtoolbox.app.android.prayertimes” size=”small”]Download[/button]
6 My Prayer Times with Ramadan, Azan, Qibla for Android Free [button link=”https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.haz.prayer” size=”small”]Download[/button]
7 Jadwal Shalat – Prayer Times with Azan, Qibla for Android Free [button link=”https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.kodelokus.prayertime” size=”small”]Download[/button]
8 Islam Prayer Times Complete with Ramadan Timings, Azan & Qibla for Android Free [button link=”https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.zeedev.islamprayertime” size=”small”]Download[/button]
9 Athanotify – Prayer Times Table with Azan & Qibla for Android Free [button link=”https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.athanotify” size=”small”]Download[/button]
10 Prayer Time PRO for Android Free [button link=”https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.asim.prayertimehd” size=”small”]Download[/button]

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East London Mosque Ramadan Timetable 2015

East London Mosque Ramadan Timetable 2015 has been published by the East London Mosque Trust (ELMT). Ramadan 2015 will begin on June 18 and will continue till July 16 or 17, as per new moon sighting. First Tarawih of Ramadan 2015 in East London Mosque will be at 11:00pm and this time will remain unchanged till July 6. Ramadan 2015 Trawih will held at 10:50pm from July 7 to July 16.

You can also download East London Mosque Ramadan Timetable 2015 in PDF or Image format.

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Zakatul-Ul-Fitr 2015

It is recommended that you pay Zakat-ul-Fitr 2015 early, so that it reaches the needy before Eid-ul-Fitr 2015 at the minimum amount of £5.00 per person. This  can be paid at the East London Mosque Reception.

Eid-ul-Fitr 2015

As per new moon sighting, Eid-ul-Fitr will be celebrated on July 17 or 18 in East London area. East London Mosque Eid Prayers times are given below –

East London Mosque Eid Prayers Timetable 2015 – Eid-ul-Fitr

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Download Bangladesh Holidays 2016

DateDayHolidays
DateDayHolidays
 21 February  Sunday  Language Martyrs Day
 17 March  Thursday  Bangabandhu's Birthday
 26 March  Saturday  Independence Day
 14 April  Thursday  Bengali New Year
 01 May  Sunday  International Labour Day
 21 May  Saturday  Buddha Purnima
 23 May  Monday  Shab-e-barat
 01 July  Friday  Jummatul Bidah
 03 July  Sunday  Shab-e-Qadr
 05 July  Tuesday  Eid-ul-Fitr Holiday
 06 July  Wednesday  Eid-ul-Fitr
 07 July  Thursday  Eid-ul-Fitr Holiday
 15 August  Monday  National Mourning Day
 25 August  Thursday  Janmashtami
 11 September  Sunday  Eid-ul-Azha Holiday
 12 September  Monday  Eid-ul-Azha
 13 September  Tuesday  Eid-ul-Azha Holiday
 11 October  Tuesday  Durga Puja
 12 October  Wednesday  Ashura
 12 December  Monday  Eid-e-Milad-un Nabi
 16 December  Friday  Victory Day
 25 December  Sunday  Christmas Day


Contact East London Mosque

Telephone: (0)20 7650 3000

Fax: (0)20 7650 3002

Email: info@eastlondonmosque.org.uk

 

 

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East London Mosque Prayer Times 2015 – PDF Download

East London Mosque Prayer Times 2015

East London Mosque prayer times are available here for the year 2015. All months of 2015 are included in East London prayer times. East London Mosque prayer timetable can be downloaded in PDF format from the download link given below. East London Mosque prayer timetable 2015 is in printable pdf ready format.

East London Mosque timetable 2015 is prepared by the East London Mosque Trust (ELMT), which is managed by a broad range of people with different expertise. There are currently 14 Trustees serving the ELM Trust for the period of 2013-15.

Any changes in prayer times of East London Mosque will be updated here.

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About East London Mosque

The East London Mosque & London Muslim Centre is in the heart of Tower Hamlets, a diverse borough with a rich history, and home to the UK’s largest Muslim community. It is our belief that our primary concern should be to serve the needs of the local community and to work towards the common good. In recent years there have been noticeable improvements in Tower Hamlets in education, health provision, environment, and community cohesion.

The East London Mosque works actively to promote tolerance and understanding. Along with all the local mosques, we are a member of the Tower Hamlets Council of Mosques; this binds together Muslims from different backgrounds and strands of Islam. We enjoy excellent interfaith relations – our centre is physically joined to the neighbouring synagogue – and the strength of these relationships has stood us all in good stead during the difficulties of recent years.

East London Mosque Imams and community workers encourage constructive engagement in society and a rejection of extremism in all its forms. East London Mosque unequivocally reject all terrorism. During the rise of extremist groups in the 1990s, who spurned cooperation with others and denounced participation in the democratic process, the East London Mosque stood firm against this distortion of Muslim beliefs and prevented them from using the mosque as a platform for promoting their views. We advise worshippers to ensure they are registered to vote and to take part in local and national elections.

The East London Mosque & London Muslim Centre offers a range of services that enable young people and women to engage in a positive and safe environment. The ethos of the East London Mosque & London Muslim Centre is to provide choice and to empower sections of our community who may feel isolated from mainstream services.

 

East London Mosque – Contact Information

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Addresses

– East London Mosque: 82-92 Whitechapel Road, London E1 1JQ
– London Muslim Centre: 46 Whitechapel Road, London E1 1JX

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Telephone

Tel: +44 (0)20 7650 3000
Facsimile: +44 (0)20 7650 3002

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East London Mosque Visting- Opening Times

  • Mon-Fri 10AM to 10PM
  • Sat-Sun 10AM to 10PM

 

East London Mosque Visiting – Dress Code

Visiting the mosque: visits to the Mosque should be by arrangement. Shoes should be taken off at the point of entry. Women visiting the male prayer hall should wear a headscarf or similar (may be obtained from the Mosque Reception).

 

East London Mosque Parking

There is no visitor parking at the mosque or centre, and roadside parking is extremely limited, so travelling by car is not advised. Transport for London (TfL) have summarised rules about driving and parking in London, including penalty charges.

 

Nearest Transport:

The East London mosque is only a short walk from either Aldgate East or Whitechapel underground stations. Live tube travel news gives the latest service information.

London buses stop just outside on Whitechapel Road (A11): 25, 205, 254. Buses also stop a short distance away on Commercial Road (A13): 15, 115, 135; and on New Road: D3.

 

 

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