Those Muslims who observe this night do so with special prayers, fasting and rituals like staying up for most of the night, usually taking short breaks and praying to Allah and reciting the Quran until dawn.
Fasting is encouraged on the 13th, 14th and 15th days of every Islam month – which would include the time when Shab e Barat takes place.
And it’s been stated that Muhammad took part in fasting through most of the month of Shaban except on the last few days before Ramadan begins.
But scholars say fasting is NOT a requirement of Shab e Barat and would be voluntary, not compulsory.
Today’s Sehr o Iftar Time in New Delhi
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