Jummah Tul Wida- Significance of Last Friday of Ramadan

The most pious month for the Muslims is about to end soon. The last Friday of Ramadan is on today, Muslims are excited but sad as well as the holy month is about to end.

Friday is always been the favorite day for Muslims. Muslims pray five times a day every day, but the most important prayer of the week is “Jummah,” or the day of gathering, on Friday. It is mandatory for Muslim men to offer Friday prayer as long as they are not traveling. When Friday comes in the Holy month of Ramadan it has its own significance. The last Friday of Ramadan is known as Jummah Tul Wida.

‘Jummah Tul Wida’, the word Alvida means “GoodBye“. This special day has countless blessings which Muslims look for a whole year. This special day brings abundant blessings, endless mercy, and salvation to the seekers. Muslims around the world know the blessing of the last Friday of Ramadan and the saying of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) in this regard.

Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) said, “Jummah Tul Wida is the most blessed day than any other day. Those who spend this day in the worship will be saved from all the evils”

Prayers in the Holy places

Every year in Ramadan, Holy places are full of people who seek salvation and mercy from Allah Almighty. The last Friday of Ramadan is celebrated with a lot of prayers in Masjid at night. In the last 2 years, Muslims were getting depressed as they couldn’t perform prayers in Masjid due to the lockdown of the Corona Virus. It is very auspicious to read the Holy Book of Muslims i.e., the Quran on this day.

Without any shade of doubt, Muslims have a very firm belief in the acceptance of Dua’s on the last Friday of Ramadan. The Muslim community observes Jummah Tul Wida with great enthusiasm.

On this holy day, heartfelt prayers are offered by the community of Muslims around the world. It is the sign of Majesty and prominence for the faithful. It is an utmost illustration of wonder and magnificence.

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