During Ramadan, du'as are more acceptable since we are fasting and praying more. Are there any specific times where du'a should be focused on?
One of the best times to make du'a in Ramadan is before you break your fast, meaning the moments before the Maghrib adhan is called. Other times to make du'a include after Asr, on Fridays, at night before Fajr, and in sujood.
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Related Yaqeen Institute resources:
Paper | Reframing Ramadan: How to Flourish While the Masjids are Closed
Ramadan Prep: 10 Essential Tips https://yaqeeninstitute.org/yaqeen-institute/ramadan-prep-10-essential-tips
Day 23: Maximizing the Last Ten Days | Ramadan Strong https://yaqeeninstitute.org/najwa-awad/day-23-maximizing-the-last-day-days-ramadan-strong
Why Laylatul Qadr? The Significance & Virtues of the Most Important Night of the Year | Animation https://yaqeeninstitute.org/nazir-khan/laylatul-qadr-animation
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