Scholars will shed light on the greatness and virtue of Shab-e-Barat night at mosques across the country, on Monday.
This day is believed to be extremely pious, for it is said that the Almighty readily forgives those who pray sincerely, and ask for their sins to be washed away.
On Shab-e-Barat, Allah writes the destinies of all his creations for the coming year by taking into account their past deeds
As such, on this day, people visit mosques, and pray on behalf of their loved ones by going to their graves. They light candles and offer prayers to Allah. The day is also known as Mid-Sha’ban or Bara’at Night (the night of records).
Moreover, The Sindh government has announced a public holiday on 30th March on account of Shab-e-Barat.