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Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic💙💙 calendar, also known as the Hijri calendar.
The lengthe moh of tn ranges between 29 and 30 days, based on the appearance of the Shawwal Moon, which precedes the much-anticipated Islamic festival of Eid ul Fitr on the 1st of Shawwal. Ramadan is one of Islam’s Five Pillars, and it was during this holy month that the Prophet Mohammed got the first revelation of the Quran (S.A.W.). Ramadan is derived from the Arabic word ‘Ramad / Ramida,’ which means sweltering heat or drought. So, from dawn to dusk, Ramadan means abstinence from eating and/or drinking something.
A month in which the grades rise, a great month, a beautiful month, a month in which the Muslim feels joy, the holy month of Ramadan.
In Ramadan, shake your heart, smile to yourself, do yourself a favor, release your grief, and teach your worries to fly away.
Days pass by us, weeks go by and months go on, and the advent of the month of goodness, blessing and mercy approaches us, and the eternal call of the believers rises and their prayers.
In Ramadan, re-arrange yourself for the gathering of your scattered remnants. Approach your distant dreams, discover the places of good within you and defeat yourself the emirate with the bad
Phrases for Ramadan
If you are not able to pray at night or fast during the day, then know that you are deprived, and you have been bound by sins and sins.
During Ramadan, fasting is required:
millions of Muslims around the world fast from dawn to dusk.
Fasting is not needed for the following people:
Even though any able Muslim is required to fast during Ramadan, Allah has pardoned and excused those people from fasting if they are unable to fast due to valid reasons. Allah specifically notes in Surah Al-Baqarah (2:185) that sick persons and passengers are excluded from fasting during Ramadan. Furthermore, in light of the above,
Any of a fasting person’s former sins will be forgiven:
Abu Huraira (R.A.) related the Prophet Mohammad (S.A.W.) said:
“Whoever fasts Ramadan in confidence and expectation of reward will have his previous sins forgiven.”
Heaven’s gates have been unlocked.
According to Abu Huraira (R.A.), Allah’s Messenger (S.A.W.) said:
“The gates of heaven are unlocked, the gates of Hell are locked, and the demons are chained when the month of Ramadan begins.”💙💙💙💙
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