Importance Dates and Events In Shaban In Islam

importance shaban

Shaban is the 2nd month of worship in command to make arrangements for the grand and magnificent month of Ramadan – the month of fasting and mercy.

When the Islamic calendar was granted to the Muslim Ummah, it did not come without meaningful status for a handful of months, which marks special events for committed Muslims everywhere in the world. The following line is Sha’ban, which the world and Muslims have come to know as the month of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).

Important Shaban Dates and Events

Observance of the fast on Thursdays of the month of Shaban also supported great importance. It has been described that the heavens are beautifully decorated each Thursday in Shaban, and angles plead to Allah to pardon all the people who fast on that day, and their supplications are accepted.

It is detailed in the narration of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) that whoever fasts on Mondays and Thursdays of Sha’ban, Allah, will achieve twenty of his worldly wishes and twenty of his wishes of the Hereafter.

  • 1st Sha’ban
  • 2nd Sha’ban
  • 3rd Sha’ban
  • 1st Thursday of Sha’ban
  • Mid-Shaban Wednesday
  • Last Thursday of Sha’ban
  • 13th Sha’ban
  • 14th Sha’ban
  • 15th Sha’ban

Hadiths About The Month of Shaban;

hadith related to shaban
hadith shaban
mid shaban hadith


Sunni Muslims (Excluding Wahabi or Salafi) prepare for the Mid-Sha’ban as a night of mercy and worship. The Sunni tale is that the Almighty Allah defines the results of all people, containing whether a person lives or dies in the upcoming year. For this motive, it is occasionally called the “Night of Emancipation.” The night of Shabe Baraat is also called the night of freedom since Allah (SWT) frees all His sinful servants who were fated for Jahannam (Hell).

The supplications during this night bring great significance and worth for the Muslims to restart their initiative to lead lives as per the teachings of the Holy Quran and Sunnah.

It is habitual to fast the entire day, and before this night’s events, Muslims put on new dresses. Muslims call or visit family and friends’ households to ask for forgiveness and pray for them. Then they see their families’ graves and pray for peace for the departed souls.

  • Subhan Allah – 100 Times
  • Alhamdulillah – 100 Times
  • Allah Hu Akber – 100 Times
  • Laa Ilaha IllaAllah – 100 Times
Pin it
Notify of

Most Voted
Newest Oldest
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
Previous Article
red bull

Is Red Bull Halal? Can Muslims Drink It? [year]

Next Article
Importance of Fasting in Shaban

The Importance of Fasting in Shaban Islamic Month

Related Posts