When does a day start and end according to our religion?
Submitted by on Fri, 10/03/2017 - 11:32
Dear Brother / Sister,
A whole day is a day with the night and daytime. Every night belongs to the day that comes after it. Therefore, a whole day starts in the evening and continues up to the evening of the following day.
For instance, "Friday night" is the night connecting Thursday with Friday. Similarly, the night of arafah is the night before the day of arafah. The other holy nights are also determined based on this criterion.
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