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Shab e Barat is the night of forgiveness in Islam.

Muslims celebrate the night of Shab-e-Barat on the 15th day of Ramadan. It is also called Shab-e-Qadr, which means Night of Power. This is because it is believed that Allah revealed the first verses of the Quran to Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) during this night.

The belief behind Shab e Barat and its importance lies in a Hadith, or saying attributed to Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). The Prophet said that on this night, every believer’s sins are forgiven and their records are wiped clean. The believers are then allowed to enter heaven. Therefore, it is important for Muslims to perform as many good deeds as they can during this night.

What does Shab e Barat mean?

The literal translation of Shab e Barat is ‘the Night of Forgiveness’. However, the word ‘forgiveness’ has many meanings in English – some religious and some not so religious. So when translated into English, it can be translated into various words depending on what connotation you want to give it.