The last ten nights of Ramadan hold significant importance for every Muslim. If you could not perform many activities in the first two parts of Ramadan, then you still have the chance to get the best out of this Ramadan. The Last ten nights offer a chance to reflect on our Ramadan journey, so where can we improve and how can we make the most of these blessed days?

Al Mustafa Welfare Trust has simplified a To-Do Checklist one should perform in the Last ten nights of Ramadan to earn the maximum blessings of Ramadan 2024.

Recite the Qur’an

The whole Ramadan is very special, but the last ten nights of Ramadan hold exceptional significance. It is highly beneficial to dedicate ourselves to Quran recitation because the rewards during this period are significantly multiplied compared to regular days. It is also a great time to put Islamic and Quranic knowledge into practice.

Pray Tahajjud Every night

Pray Tahajjud prayer regularly on the last ten nights of Ramadan. This means waking up one hour or two before Suhoor to ask Allah for anything you want by praying Tahajud prayer. Allah (SWT) says that the door of repentance is wide open during this time. You can literally ask anything from Allah (SWT) as the chances of acceptance are higher than at any other time.

This is because Allah (SWT) descends to the lowest heaven during the last third of the night, asking, "Who is asking me, so I can give to him? Who is calling upon me, so I can answer him? Who is seeking my forgiveness, so I can forgive him?”

Perform Itikaf

Performing Itikaf, also known as Itkaf, during the last ten days of Ramadan is an Islamic tradition followed by many Muslims. Itikaf is Sunnat-al-Muaqidah (Sunnah that is urged to be performed). Try to perform Itkaf in a nearby mosque for the last ten days, or a private Itikaf for a few days that suits your schedule. It involves devoting yourself to prayer, recitation of the Quran, reading and learning about Islam, performing other acts of worship from day to night for a dedicated period.

Seek Laylatul Qadr (The Night of Power)

Laylatul Qadr, also known as The Night of Power, is a night of forgiveness and mercy in Islam. You should make prayers with sincerity on every odd night of Ramadan because Laylatul Qadr is likely to occur on these nights. Donate to charity on the night of Laylatul Qadr for a reward multiplied by thousands. The reward of Laylatul Qadr is equivalent to that of a thousand months, which is about 83 years.

Give More Charity in the ten nights

You should give daily charity on the last ten nights of Ramadan. It is recommended to pay your Zakat, Sadaqah, and other charities on the last days and especially on odd nights. You never know which charitable act on these days will be considered as the charity on Laylatul Qadr. The rewards for these acts on this day are excessively amplified.

Pray Taraweeh

The most important aspect is your sincere connection with Allah (SWT). Try to pray Taraweeh in the Mosque as it multiplies your reward by twenty-seven times. Pay close attention to the beautiful recitation of the Imam and allow the Quran to speak to your heart. By truly connecting with the Quran during Taraweeh, you feel closer to Allah (SWT) than ever before.

Recite Salawat

Reciting Salawat (Prayers upon Prophet Muhammad) is highly encouraged throughout Ramadan and especially during the last ten days. Surely, Allah and His angels send blessings to the Prophet. O you who believe, do pray Allah to bless him, and send your Salam (prayer for his being in peace) to him in abundance. Some scholars say each Salawat recited during Ramadan is rewarded tenfold by Allah. So, make Salawat as much as you can throughout Ramadan especially during the last ten nights of Ramadan.

Special Preparation for the Last Friday of Ramadan

Dedicate extra time on the last Friday of Ramadan, also known as Jumu'atul-Widaa, to recite Surah Al-Kahf as it is highly recommended on Fridays. Engage in sincere dua of forgiveness and blessings. Dua after the Jumma prayer is also one of the times where dua acceptance ratio is higher than other dua times.

Make Long, Sincere, and Deep Duas

During the last days of Ramadan, there are several moments for making long, sincere, and deep duas. The time includes Suhoor time, immediately after Fajr prayer, during Dhuhr and Asr prayers, at Iftar time (a highly favorable time for acceptance), after Taraweeh prayers, and during the late-night Tahajjud prayer. Making sincere Dua during these moments is more likely to be accepted by Allah.

Give Sadaqah Every Night

Ramadan is a month of giving and Sadaqah donation (charity) every night during the last ten nights of Ramadan is highly rewarded. As it protects you from the punishment of the grave and shades you on Judgment Day when the sun will immerse people in their sweat. So, give Sadaqah as it eases your hardship in this life and Hereafter.


Pay Zakat

Zakat is an act of worship that means to cleanse or purify your wealth and is obligatory for those whose income/savings are above the set minimum amount of nisab. “The best charity is to pay Zakat on one's wealth” (Sahih Muslim). Pay your Zakat and help us ensure sustenance for the less fortunate.


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