RAMADAN: Millions of Muslims all around the world mark the start of Ramadan — a month of intense prayer, dawn-to-dusk fasting and nightly feasts. Ramadan is the time to detach from worldly pleasures and focus on one’s own prayers. Many Muslims dress more conservatively during the Ramadan and spend most of their time at the mosque than any other time throughout the year. Fasting during the Ramadan is one of the five pillars of Islam, along with the Muslim declaration of the faith, daily prayers, charities, and going on the hajj pilgrimage in Mecca.
Muslims traditionally break the fast like the Prophet Muhammad did 1,400 years ago, with just a sip of water and some dates at sunset. That first sip of water is the most anticipated moment of the day. After the sunset prayer, a large feastc commonly known as “iftar” is shared with all the family and friends. Iftar is a social event and at the same time it is a gastronomical adventure. Across the Arab nations, juices made from apricots are a staple drink at Ramadan iftars.
The end of Ramadan is marked by an intense worship as Muslims seek to have their own prayers answered during the “Laylat al-Qadr” or “the Night of Destiny.” It is on this night, which is during the last 10 nights of Ramadan, that Muslims believe that God sent Angel Gabriel to the Prophet Muhammad and revealed the first few versus of the Quran. Some devout Muslims go into reclusion in those few final days, spending all their time in the mosque.The end of the Ramadan is celebrated by a three-day holiday known as Eid al-Fitr. Children often receive new clothes, gifts and cash.
Ramadan:Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar and is a time for Muslims to detach from worldly pleasures and focus on one’s prayers. This annual observance is regarded as one of the Five Pillars of Islam. Many Muslims dress more conservatively and spend more time at the mosque than at any other time of the year.
Fasting during Ramadan is one of the five pillars of Islam, along with the Muslim declaration of faith, daily prayer, charity, and performing the hajj pilgrimage in Mecca.
Millions of Muslims around the world mark the start of Ramadan — a month of intense prayer, dawn-to-dusk fasting and nightly feasts. The fast is intended to bring the faithful closer to one God, Allah. Muslims often donate to charities during the month and feed the hungry.
Fasting which is recognized for its health, spiritual and psychological benefits, is considered by Muslims as a means to improve their moral characters and provides a spiritual renew.
Typically, the start of the month is welcomed with greetings such as “Ramadan Mubarak!” Another hallmark of Ramadan is nightly prayer at the mosque among Sunni Muslims called “Taraweeh.” Muslims celebrates it to cherish their friendship and to strengthen their bond and also believe they have it blessed by their God, the one and only Allah.
In the Arabian Gulf countries, wealthy sheikhs hold “majlises” where they open their doors for people to pass by all hours of the night for food, tea, coffee and conversation.
What is Ramadan
Ramadan is the holy month for the Muslims.They believes that they get more close to the Allah during this holy month.Also they believe that Allah will reveal the holy book Quran to the Prophet Muhammed. The Ramdan’s date changes from year to year and always come eleven day before that come on previous year. Also, this date varies from country to country depending on the occurrence of moon.
When is Ramadan & when it usually starts
According to the Muslims Calender, a holiday begins on the sunset of the previous day, so observing Muslims will celebrate Ramadan on the sunset of Sunday, the 6th of June. So, the Ramadan will start on Monday, 7th of June and will continue till the tuesday, 5th of July. To judge the start of Ramadan is kind of tricky task as it is dependent on the occurrence of the moon. Muslims do fast during the whole month of Ramadan, also they do some charity and feed the hungry persons.They spend mostly their time in mosque. They eat food in the morning before the sunrise and after that they don’t eat or drink anything, not even the sip of water. Also they do not engage themselves in any fighting, gossiping or road rage. Muslims break their fast with the sip of water at sunset.
Is it necessary to wish Ramadan?
There is no perfect answer for the question. Actually what would I say or anyone say? It’s all depends on you. If you want to show you are caring and want to leave positive impact on anyone then you should wish Ramadan. It’s not for just Ramadan wish you can also follow this for other special days as well.
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May the festival of lights be the harbinger
of joy and prosperity. As the holy occasion of
Ramadan is here and the atmosphere is
filled with the spirit of mirth and love,
here is hoping this festival of beauty brings
your way, bright sparkles of contentment,
that stay with you through the days ahead.
As the auspicious month of Ramadan starts, may the crescent-shaped moon brighten your path toward enlightenment and may Allah bless you with peace and grace. Wishing you a Happy Ramadan!
May this festivity push peace to transcend the earth, let light brighten up the world and grow hope to every Muslim’s heart. Happy Ramadan!
As you fasts and offers prayers to Allah, may you find your peace and happiness. Have a peaceful and happy Ramadan!
Ramadan is the best chance to ask Allah for forgiveness. Thank him for his blessings and for keeping you alive till this moment.
This Ramadan, I pray for your wellness and sending loads of prayers your way. Happy Ramadan.
Your sincere prayers, your devotion, your faith in Allah, will make you a better human to serve this society with wisdom and truth. Happy Ramadan.
Ramadan is the season where the fiery horns of the devils freeze. Let’s take this opportunity to spread love and eradicate hatred. Have a peaceful and blessed Ramadan.
He is the one God, the Creator, the Initiate, the Designer. To Him belong the most beautiful names… He is the Almighty, Most Wise. Wishing you a blessed Ramadan!
As the crescent moon is sighted and the holy month of Ramadan begins… May Allah bless you with happiness and grace your home with warmth & peace!
The month when evil is non-functional is an opportunity for us Muslims to initiate world peace. Ramadan Mubarak!
May this holy month of Ramadan chase away the depression and misery that is getting the best out of you. Happy Ramadan!
Allah’s blessings will always be on us. Celebrate and enjoy as once again, we will be given a chance to repent and ask for forgiveness for our sins and be forgiven. Ramadan Mubarak!
Ya ALLAH Our Sins Are So Many
But Your Mercy Is Limitless
Plz Forgive Us
You Are The Greatest Forgiver
You Love To Forgive
Plz Forgive me,
And The Whole Muslim Ummah Past & Present
Aamin – SumAmeen
All the Sins would be forgiven
“Whoever stood for the prayers
in the night of Qadr out of sincere
faith and hoping for a reward from Allah,
then all his previous sins will be forgiven
God is a creator…
He is the one GOD;
the Creater, the Initiate, the Designer.
To Him belong the most beautiful names…
He is the Almighty, Most Wise.
Wishing you a blessed ramadan
As the crescent moon is sighted…
And the holy month of Ramadan begins…
May Allah bless you with happiness
grace your home with warmth & peace !
“(It was) the month of Ramadan in which was revealed the Quraan, a guidance for mankind and clear proofs for the guidance and the criterion (between right and wrong). So whoever of you sights (the crescent on the first night of) the month (of Ramadan i.e. is present at his home), he must observe Sawm (fasts) that month…”
Fasting is a shield with which a servant protects himself from the fire.
Allah is with those who restrain themselves.Quran 16: 128
Jesus said “ and indeed, Allah is my Lord and your Lord so worship him
Memories of moments celebrated together…
Moments that have been attached in my heart, forever…
Make me Miss You even more this Ramadan.
Hope this Ramadan brings in Good Fortune
& Abounding Happiness for you!
Happy Ramadan Mubarak
May the light that we celebrate at Ramadan
show us the way and lead us together
on the path of peace and social harmony.
WISH You A VERY HAPPY Ramadan!
This is the time when the gates of hell are shut.
The devil is locked up and his work is cut.
The doors of mercy are opened up wide
And Allah’s blessings are always on your side.
Rapture Comes Most Easily Within,
Read the Holy Book as Though Asleep,
Reason Is No Cause for Revelation,
Remember, Too, the Holy Month of Fasting,
Righteousness Remains the Rock of Faith.
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