The holy Ramadan has its own importance in the Islamic Calendar. The Blessed month Ramadan is the ninth month of Islamic calendar. All Muslims believe that during the Holy month of Ramadan the Holy book Quran was sent down from heaven as guidance for all human
The Holy Quran began to be revealed on the Night of Power during the month of Ramadan. Revelation of the Holy Quran continued in parts according to need during various periods of time to the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh), and this process ended approximately 23 years.
In Ramadan, the Muslims spend their lives under the principles of Islam. The last Ashra of Ramadan is special because during this time, the Muslims spend more time in prayers with the belief that they’ll get closer to god because of their good deeds, sacrifices.
Laylat Al-Qadr is the anniversary of the night in that the Qur’an was revealed. Muslims worship more in the last ten days of Ramadan because Laylat-ul-Qadr could any night of last odd number nights. Muslims also perform an i’tikaf in the last 10 days of Ramadan. So the last 10 days are very important for Muslims. The Holy prophet (P.B.U.H) said about Ramadan:” It is Allah’s own month”