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What are the signs of Laylat-ul Qadr?
How can we seek the Night of Power?
“The Night of the Power (Laylat-ul Qadr) is clear, neither hot nor cold. There are no clouds in the sky. There is no rain and no wind. The sign of the following morning of this night is the rising of the sun without rays.” (Tabarani)
Angels stay on the earth until the breaking of dawn. When the sun appears in the sky Gabriel is the first angel ascending to sky and, (He) opens His two wings which are green. He doesn’t open them in any time else. Thus the rays of the sun can not be seen. Then he calls an angel and lifts him up. The lights of angels and the lights of the two wings of Gabriel join (together). That day, the sun is constantly unstable. (Ibn Kathir)
“The sign of the Laylat-ul Qadr is that it is pure and glowing. That night is calm and moon is fullmoon. It is neither hot nor cold. There is no shooting star until morning. Its sign is that the sun appears on the morning following it smooth having no rays on it, just like the moon on a fullmoon night.” (Ahmad)
It is a night in which no barking of dogs can be heard. (Al-Ghunyat’ut-Talibin)
When the sun rises on the following morning of the Night of Power, it appears as a disc without rays, rather like a copper bowl. (Al-Ghunyat’ut-Talibin)
They are revealed to those who possess the qualities of spiritual development and sainthood, to those who are committed to worshipful obedience, and to whomever Allah wishes among those of His servants who are true believers in accordance with their spiritual states, their alloted portions, and their degrees of nearness to Allah. (Al-Ghunyat’ut-Talibin) Kaynak: http://askaquestionto.us - What are the signs of Laylat-ul Qadr?