The Miraculous Night (Mi’raj al Nabi)

Mi’raj is one of the famous event in the Muslim history, this is the holy night in which the Last prophet of ALLH Hazrat Muhammad (SAW) had the Miraculous Night Journey from Makkah to the Farthest Mosque in Jerusalem, and the Ascent through the Spheres of Heavens.

The Isra and Mi’raj are the two parts of a Night Journey that, as stated by Islamic custom, the prophet of Islam, Muhammad took throughout a solitary night around the year 621. It has been portrayed as both a physical and otherworldly journey. A concise portrayal of the story is in sura 17 Al-Isra of the Quran, and different subtle elements originate from the Hadith, supplemental compositions about the life of Muhammad.

Miraj-e-Mustafa

In the voyage, Muhammad goes on the steed Buraq to “Msjid-e-Aqsa ” where he heads different prophets in prayer to God. He then rises to paradise where he addresses God, who gives Muhammad directions to take once again to the unwavering with respect to the points of interest of prayer.

On 27th Rajab, all the Muslim adherents praise this as an amazing day of Meraj as “Fantastic Eid” and all the Muslims ought to be glad to have such a prophet like Holy Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) and his (Ahlul Bayt), to whom Almighty Allah was additionally pleased and had welcomed him to visit and conversed with closer remove as said in the Glorious Qur’an

The story of ‘the Night Journey’ as we see in the Qur’an is epitomized in the first verse of the Surah Isra’(Chapter 17 — The Journey by Night)

“Glorified be Allah Who enabled His slave, (Muhammad),  for a journey by night from Masjid al-Haram (in Makkah) to Masjid al-Aqsa(in Jerusalem), the neighbourhood whereof We blessed, in order that We might show him(Muhammad) of our Ayat(proofs, evidences,signs etc.). Verily, He is the All-Hearer ,the All-Seer.”

Miraj in 2014 is on Sunday, the 25th of May.