To-night, from 23d to 24th July, Muslims in Kazakhstan and throughout the world will meet Kadyr Tuni - the 27th holy night of the month of Ramadan, which stands for the Night of the Holy Quran Revelation. This night is told to be around the last ten days on Ramadan. This night is believed to be the one on which Muhammad first received the revelation of the Holy Quran.
Muslims believe that the Night of the Holy Quran Revelation is a very special time in which sins may be forgiven and any act returned multi-fold.
During Ramadan, Muslims try to show greater sympathy for the needy and poor. Fasting plays a key role in accomplishing these goals by allowing for greater concentration on the spiritual, generating empathy for the hungry and cleansing the body of overindulgence.