According to the Islamic calendar, Shab-e-Barat is celebrated on the fourteenth day of the month of Sha’ban. In which the followers of Islam, worshiping Tilawat and Sakhawat, decorate mosques and cemeteries throughout the night. There is a period of worship, Tilawat and Sakhawat throughout the night. But due to the lockdown, this time people will pray in their homes.
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It is believed that this night, which prepares the account of the deeds done in the previous year and decides the fate of the coming year, is called Shab-e-Baat. It is a tradition to spend this night completely in worship. Namaz, Tilawat-e-Quran, graves of their ancestors and those who have passed through the world are cleaned and illuminated in the cemeteries. Donating according to the situation is an important task of this night.
Apart from the variety of delicious sweets on this festival, the Nazro Fateh served on the halwa also has a special significance. This festival is made up of two words Shab-e-Barat, in which Shab means night and Baraat means to be acquitted.
This time people will not go to mosques and graveyards with the crowd following the lockdown. By making eyes at home, we will pray for the security of the country and the people living in the country to be safe from this epidemic.
Why do we celebrate Shab-e-Barat? On this day people visit graveyards and pray for the salvation of those who died. Believers of Islam go to the cemetery tonight and pray for the salvation of the departed ancestors from the world. However, this festival, also known as the festival of halwa across the country, will fade away this time due to the corona pandemic.