At this time, believers ask Allah for salvation from the flames of hell. Dua for the third Ashra is: “I seek forgiveness from Allah, my Lord, from every sin I committed”.
For many Muslims, it is the last third of Ramadan that is considered the most important of all. These days many Muslims practice Itikaf, seclusion, and isolation from all worldly things, from everyday worries in order to immerse themselves in spiritual thoughts, praise, and worship of Allah. On these days, the Laylat al-Qadr, the Night of Power, falls, the most important night of the holy month, when the first verses of the Holy Quran were revealed to the Prophet Muhammad (PHB) and which increases the reward for good and righteous deeds for Muslims.
The last Ashra completes Ramadan and provides an opportunity for the believer to concentrate all his intentions and renew himself in order to begin a new stage in life with new strength and inspiration. Having overcome all spiritual and physical difficulties and strengthened the connection with the divine, believers can feel the joy of the festivities that follow Ramadan and renewal in all branches of their lives.
O Allah, on this day, show me the way to win Your pleasure, do not let Shaytan have a means over me, make Paradise an abode and a resting place for me, O the One who fulfills the requests of the needy.