Before the beginning of Eid al-Fitr, Muslims wait for the Night of Rewards or Laylat al-Jaiza. On this night, it is customary to make reinforced supplications and duas, and they all will be accepted.
The most important night of the last days of Ramadan is the Night of Power – Laylat al-Qadr, but many believers consider the second most significant the Night of Rewards – Laylat al-Jaiza. This night is of great importance and the custom of distinguishing the nights before Eid al-Fitr and Eid al-Adha was introduced by the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). According to him: “Whoever stands up (in worship) in the nights preceding the two Eids expecting rewards from his Lord, his heart will not die when the other hearts will die.” It is told that the Prophet himself (PBUH) spent this night without sleep and prayed all night long.
For this reason, Muslims strive to make the most of every such opportunity and offer all their most vital prayers. Since it is believed that all duas will be accepted on this night, everyone can ask for anything from material to spiritual needs. Muslims can also perform dhikr, recite the Quran, or perform other righteous actions for which they will be given a reward. This is a blessed night for Muslims, which promises a reward for the month of fasting and all the good deeds accomplished during Ramadan.
O Allah, on this day, grant me a share in its nawafil (recommended prayers), honor me by attending to my problems, make closer the means to approach You, from all the means, O One who is not preoccupied by the requests of the beseechers.