I. Hadrat Anas ibn Malik reported that when Ramadan came, the Holy Prophet said, Indeed this month has come to you, and in it is a night more virtuous than a thousand months. So, whosoever is deprived of its blessings is deprived of all blessings. No one is kept deprived of its blessings, but only those who are unfortunate. [Sunan Ibn Majah, Vol. 1, Page 119]

II. Hadrat Aishah reported that the Messenger of Allah has said, Seek Lailatul Qadr on an odd-numbered night (21st, 23rd, 25th, 27th, and the 29th) among the last ten (nights) of Ramadan. [Sahih Bukhari, Vol. 1, Page 270]

III. Hadrat Aishah reported: I asked the Messenger of Allah: tell me what should I say (pray) on Lailatul Qadr if I know which night it is He said: say,

O Allah, You are forgiving and love forgiveness, so forgive me. [Sunan Tirmidhi, Vol. 2, Page 191]

IV. Hadrat Aishah reported that the Messenger of Allah used to strive hard in devotion in the last ten nights more than at any other time. [Sahih Muslim, Vol. 1, Page 372]

V. Hadrat Anas reported that the Messenger of Allah has said, When Lailatul Qadr comes, Gabriel comes down with a company of angels who invoke blessings on everyone who is standing or sitting remembering Allah the Great and Glorious. Then when their festival day comes, i.e. Eid day, He (Allah) speaks proudly of them to his angels saying, O My angels, what is the reward of a hired servant who has fully accomplished his work They say, Our Lord, his reward is that he should be paid his wages in full. He says, O My angels! My male and female servants have fulfilled what I have made obligatory for them and then have come out raising their voices in supplication. By My Might, Glory, Honour, High dignity, and Exalted Station, I will certainly answer them. Then He says, Return, I have forgiven you and changed your evil deeds into good deeds. The Messenger of Allah said, Then they return having received forgiveness. [Mishkat, Vol. 1, Page 182]

VI. Hadrat Aishah reported that when the last ten days began, the Messenger of Allah used to prepare himself rigorously for devotion; remain awake at night and (also) keep his family awake. [Sahih Bukhari, Vol. 1, Page 271]

Shaykh Abd al-Haq Muhaddith-e-Dehlwi states under the commentary of the above Hadith that:

Shadda Mizarahu(tied his lower garment) is a metaphor that the Messenger of Allah used to devote himself completely to the worship of Allah, more than usual in the last ten days of Ramadan. Or, this is a metaphor that the Messenger of Allah isolated and secluded himself from his blessed wives. [Ashiah al-Lamat Vol. 2, Page 115]

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Anwaar al-Hadith, Page 162 / 163
by Hadrat Allama Mufti Jalal al-Din Qadiri al-Amjadi