Dhul Qadah

Dhul Qadah is the second last month of the Islamic calendar. It is from the word “Qa’ada,” which means to sit; this is the third holy month in which battling was illegal. So, The individuals additionally used to stop their personal and business activities in this month and sit and get ready for the Hajj (Pilgrimage). Therefore, this is additionally a sacred month.
Indeed, the number of months with Allāh is twelve [lunar] months in the register of Allāh [from] the day  He created the heavens and the Earth.  [Al-Tauba:36]
Shaikh Sayyiduna Abdul Qadir Jilani (May Allah be pleased with him) said in his book:
“The number of months in the sight of Allah is 12 months. “Book of Almighty Allah” already inscribed these months. that is, on the Well-Kept Tablet [al-lawh al-Mahfuz] – “on the day when He created the heavens and the earth; four of them are sacred….”
The names of the sacred four months are Rajab, Dhul Qadah, Dhul Hijja, and Muharram. So, One of these holy months remains in disconnection, to be specific Rajab, while the other three happen in a back-to-back arrangement. Abu Bakrah (R) narrates that the Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (S.A.W.) said:
“The year is twelve months of which four are sacred, the three consecutive months of Dhul Qadah, Dhu’l-Hijjah and Muharram, and Rajab which comes between Jumada and Sha’ban.”

Events Occur in Dhul Qadah month: 

  • In the year 5 A.H., The battle of Khandaq and Ahzab took place.
  • In the year 6 A.H, Truce of Hudaubiyah and Bay’at-e-Rizwaan’
  • In the year 7 A.H., The Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (S.A.W.) and his Companions came to Makkah to perform Umrah.
Some false convictions are joined to this month by oblivious individuals. They say that this month is not a favored month; accordingly, relational unions ought not to be held or solemnized in the month of Dhul Qadah. As indicated by them, a marriage held in this month may not be fruitful; rather, it may convey trouble to the husbands. This conviction is completely ridiculous. A Muslim should never go to such superstitious impulses. Truth be told, the month is one of the purified months, as said prior. Anas (R) said that Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (S.A.W.) performed three Umrah in this month. He performed one Umra from Al Hudaibiya in Dhul Qadah, another Umra in this year “Dhul Qadah,” a third from Al-Jirana where he distributed the war booty of Hunain, in Dhul Qadah. Then, in the last month, “Dhul Hijja” of the Islamic calendar, he performed Hajj.

The Importance of 25th Dhul Qadah:

The night of 25th Dhul Qadah is called laylat dahw al-arz. The history of this night is that on this night, the Earth was extended on the water where the Holy Kaba is situated. Because At this night, the blessings that Allah Almighty bestows on people. Many people pray this night, and Allah Almighty gives a reward who practices acts of worship. Suppose someone who is fasting on this day is equal to seventy-year fasting. It also erases the sins of seventy years. The worship at this night is equal to hundred of worship. On this day, Recite Surah Al Fatiha one time and Surah Shams five times. Amir al Muminin Imam Ali ibn Abi Talib (A.S.) said:
“The first mercy descended from heaven towards Earth on the 25th day of Dhul Qadah. One who fasts on this day and performs prayers in the night shall get a reward for hundred years of worship. And if a group of people gathers at a place in remembrance of Allah the Almighty, their prayers will be answered before they disperse. Thus, on this day, thousands & thousands of mercy descends (on Earth), and 99% of mercy is bestowed upon those people (who keep themselves busy) in remembrance of Allah, fast on this day, and performs prayers in its night.”
It is a great month, So we as Muslims should pray on this Dhul Qadah month as much as we can to obtain the blessings of God.

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5 Responses to Dhul Qadah Islamic Month

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  3. amena says:

    this is a wonderful article. can you share the books you used to get your information?

    Thank you Amena

  4. Amna Farooq says:

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  5. Khadeeja Beegam says:

    I am pregnant and is due for July 16 n it s Dul Qaad 25. I wass so sad that i wont make it to Dul Hajj bcz f the complicatuons In this pregnancy. But seeinghow blessed this month is, I am really happy..

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