The holy Lailatul Qadr or Shab-e-Qadr, the holiest and most blessed night for Muslims, will be observed across the country on Tuesday night with due solemnity and religious fervour.
Muslim devotees will spend the night seeking divine blessings for peace and progress of the country as well as the Muslim Ummah.
According to the holy Quran, this is superior to a thousand nights as the Quran was revealed to the greatest Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (pbuh) on this glorified night to show mankind the path of worldly and eternal emancipation.
Devout Muslims usually pass the night offering special prayers, recitation from the holy Quran, holding milad mahfils, zikr and other religious rituals at mosques and in their houses.
They also visit graveyards to seek divine blessings for the departed souls of their near and dear ones.
President Abdul Hamid and prime minister Sheikh Hasina greeted the country's people and the Muslim Ummah across the world on the occasion.
Newspapers will publish special articles while state-run Bangladesh Betar, Bangladesh Television and private television channels will air special programmes highlighting the significance of Lailatul Qadr.