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Day one - Khulus (Purity) :

Day two: Tasbih (swim) :

Day three: Tawfiq (concilliation)  :

Day four: Aql (Intellect)

Day five: Fitrah (Primordial Human Nature)

Day six: Riba (Usury)

Day seven: Kafir (to hide)

Day eight: Mahjur (A forsaken thing!)

Day Nine: Infaq (charity)

Day Ten: Adl (fairness)

Day Eleven: SigbatAllah (Allah's (swt) colour )

Day Twelve: Barakah (Blessing )

Day Thirteen: al Saf al jamil (A graceful forebearance )

Day Fourteen: Amanah (Trust )

Day Fiftteen: Waliyyun Hamim (A Warm Friend )

Day Sixteen: Ma'adhallah (God forbid! )

Day Seventeen: Tamhis (To Purge )

Day Eighteen: Al Nafs al Mutmainnah (The soul at peace )

Day Nineteen: Shari'ah (The path of life )

Day Twenty: Khusr (Capital Loss)

Day Twenty One: Dhikr (To remember):

Day Twenty Two: Tawbah (Returning):

Day Twenty Three - Hikmah (Wisdom):

Day Twenty Four - Taqakkul  (Reliance):

Day Twenty Five - Taqwa (A Preventive Measure) :

Day Twenty Six - 'Abd (Servant) :

Day Twenty Seven - Sabr (Patience) :

Day Twenty Eight - Khalifa (Successor) :

Day Twenty Nine - Tadabbur (Reflection):

Day Thirty - 'Id (Feast):


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