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are you supposed to be up all from magrib to dawn for laylatu qadr

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  • Layla_
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  • notEVOLVED
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    You can pray as much as you want, two by two. There are no limits to the number of rak'ah for the night prayers. What you mentioned are just the recommended Sunnah night prayers. Whatever extra you pray other than these would be nafeelah or voluntary.

    Plus, you can do any act of Ibadah, no need to restrict yourself to just prayer. You may recite Qur'an, do Dhikr etc.

    Also, it isn't obligatory but of course highly rewarding to do as much ibadah as you can from sunset until dawn during these last ten days. If you cannot, there will be no sin on you.

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  • Kaas
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    There is taraweeh which is 8 rakat and there is tahajjud whoch is also 8 rakat and there is witr which is 3, so its possible during the last ten days the imam prays 8 taraweeh a d 11 tahajud, either way if you attend these prayers you will be praying throughout the night, with some pauze between both and after tahajud which you can use to read or make adhkar and dua, so its easy to fill the whole night up.


    you dont have to do it though if you don't want to but its very good to do it. Maybe you can go to sleep after isha and wakeup for tahajjud, which would be about 2 hours before fajr.

    laylat ul qadr is one of the 10 last nights, most likely an odd night and most likely the 27th, but it is best to increase worship on all last 10 nights since it could be any of them regardless. Laylat ul qadr is from maghrib until fajr. As you can know from the surah, it says "Salaamun hiya matla'il fajr", "peace it is until the emergence of dawn"

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