Tahajjud Namaz (Night Prayer)
Tahajjud is a voluntary Islamic prayer that is performed during the night. It is a form of night prayer that is considered to be a highly recommended act of worship in Islam. The Tahajjud prayer consists of an odd number of rak'ahs (units of prayer), typically between 11 and 13 rak'ahs, and can be performed at any time after the Isha (night) prayer until the time of the Fajr (morning) prayer. The purpose of Tahajjud prayer is to draw closer to Allah and to seek His forgiveness and guidance. It is a time for reflection, contemplation, and supplication, and is considered to be a special opportunity to communicate with Allah.