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Laylatul Qadr is either the 21st or 23rd night of the Month of Ramadhan. It is not confined with specific weather. Whether differs from place to place in the same country while Laylatul Qadr is for all place of that part of the world.



Thank you for your question. On the night of Decree God decrees the affairs of His creation for the next year. As such a female's menstrual cycle does not prevent her from benefiting from the blessings of that night. There are some acts of worship she cannot do, like praying a obligatory prayer. But there are many more acts that she can do like supplicating, remembering Allah, reading Qur'an and so on.

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We are following the authentic narrations from the Prophet Muhammad (SAWA) in every religious matter including this matter. The authentic narrations mentioned three nights; 19th and 21st and 23rd.


The Night of Qadr according to most authentic Hadeeths is 19th or 21st or 23rd of the Month of Ramadan.

Most of our brothers and sisters who follow Sunni sects think that 27th is the most likely night of Qadr. This is because of the Sunni rulers who wanted to drive the Muslims away from the narrations and teachings of Ahlul Bayt (AS). 

In fact, there are many authentic Hadeeths in Sunni books stating that the Night of Al-Qadr is  19th or 21st or 23rd. (Nayl Al-Awtaar by Al-Shawkani).

The narration of 27th is unauthentic narration which has been narrated by one person named Ubayy Bin Ka'b stating his own opinion and  not narrated from the Prophet Muhammad (SAWA) but it was been publicized by the rulers against the authentic Hadeeths from Ahlul Bayt (AS).