Chand Raat Mubarak Wallpaper, Quotes, Status, Dp, And Greetings

Chand Raat is coming in no time. It is the time of real celebration. The Ramadan is about to start in two weeks and just after it, at the last Ramadan, Allah Almighty will bless the Muslims with the gift of Eid-ul-fitar and the lunar crescent will bring the news of happiness. That moment of good news gets celebrated all across the world with joy and enthusiasm.

It is obvious that before celebration people share the news of happiness by posting different wallpapers, changing their Display pictures (DP) and by sharing the quotes. So, for you guys here we are with the best Chand raat Mubarak wallpapers and picture ideas so that you can greet and congratulate your loved ones with the full exciting images.

Chand Raat Mubarak Wallpapers

Chand raat is always exciting and charming. The new moon carries the glow of happiness. It comes and greets everyone with the good news that Allah Almighty has blessed you with the new Eid ul Fitr which is sweet as its name is “meethi Eid”. Here we have collected all the images that are for Chand raat Mubarak and prepared a basket of happiness, passion, love, loyalty, belief, and excitement. Share the wallpapers images on the social media and congratulate all the Muslims on this special night of the special Eid Day.

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I don’t mean just literally. The Quran says: “Eat and drink but waste not by extravagance, certainly He (God) likes not Al-Musrifûn (those who waste by extravagance).” (Al-Araf 7:31)
Sure, eat out and buy pretty things, but don’t go overboard. It is best to decide beforehand the exact things you need to get, in order to avoid impulse purchases. Do you really need those silver bangles when you have a perfectly good set at home? If you still fall victim to over-shopping, instead of keeping the extra stuff guiltily among your things, give it as a gift to someone.
Leave the tinkles and shimmers at home…Every day is not special enough to wear special clothes. We all jump at the chance to wear them, but there is a place for everything, and public places, especially on this night, are not fit for wearing attractive outfits; we all know the kind of crowd that is on the streets on this occasion.
Bazaar and Dhikr are not mutually exclusive conceptsWant the shopping and sightseeing but don’t want to leave the Barkat (goodness) at home? Begin with the name of Allah (swt). “I begin my adventure among the crowded stalls and malls by invoking Allah (swt),” may sound weird, so we have this tailor-made Dua for the marketplace to use: “None has the right to be worshipped but Allah alone, Who has no partner. His is the dominion and His is the praise. He brings life and He causes death, and He is living and does not die. In His Hand is all good, and He is Able to do all things.” (At-Tirmidhi)
Keep it downWhile staying up late at night chitchatting or watching TV, remember that it only seems that the whole world is awake. There are early sleepers, little babies and elderly people all around the neighbourhood. Even if you know that your neighbours will stay up longer than you, you should still avoid making noise out of charity.Abdullah Ibn Masood (rta) has narrated that Allah’s Messenger (sa) has said: “A man is not a Muslim till his heart and tongue are submissive, and he is not a believer till his neighbor is safe from injurious behaviour on his part.” (At-Tirmidhi)
Chand Raat: the “night of reward”?The Hadeeth “Whoever stands up (in worship) in the nights preceding the two Eids expecting rewards from his Lord, his heart will not die when the other hearts will die” is weak: its chain of narrators is unsound. The night before Eid has not been recommended for worship. However, that doesn’t mean that we can’t pray during this night. We just shouldn’t go out of our way to do special worship that we wouldn’t do normally.Instead of weighing the propriety of an action or practice on the unstable measure of public opinion (“if I do that, what will people think?”), it is better to consider what the Almighty thinks. Unlike our fellow flawed human beings, He will actually reward us for taking His approval into our consideration.

Syeda Saroash Zahra

I'm Syeda Saroash Zahra. I just let my words to come out at the desk when I don't actually want to speak. well, I write, on different niches like Fashion, Telecommunication, Health, Lifestyle, Travel and hospitality, Storytelling, and Web Content. other than this I used to do academic writing and business planning for private firms. I've worked as a web content writer. I've got special skills that make me able to do on time performance. I guarantee relevant working with efficiency and effectiveness.

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