Spiritual significance of month of Rajab in Islam
It is well known in Islam that God has ordained some months to be more sacred than others. One of these sacred and beautiful times is the blessed month of Rajab.
In this month, Allah multiplies the reward of good deeds, and forgives the sins of those who repent.
This is a month which Muslims can achieve immense blessings and spirituality.
Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), and his infallible household advised their followers to pray and fast frequently in this month.
Other good deeds that Muslims are advised to do is to repent regularly for their sins and visit Islam’s holy shrines, including making a pilgrimage to Mecca, the holiest city in Islam.
Rajab is the seventh month in the Islamic calendar. This month, as well as the following months of Sha’ban and Ramadan, are the holiest months in Islam.
These three months have so much significance in Islam that Rajab is called the "month of God" and Sha'ban is called the "month of the Prophet" and Ramadan is the "month of the Muslim nation".