Basics of Ramadan

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Ramadan is one of five Pillars of Islam. This word Ramadan comes from an Arabic word (“RAMMIDA”) which means scorching heat. In Ramadan Muslims of the entire world abstain from all kind of food and drinks from Fajr till Magrib.

In Islam it is compulsory for every healthy adult Muslim to observer fasting throughout Ramadan, from second year of migration of Makkah to Madinah of Muslims, when it was made an obligation for all Muslims. If someone is ill or travelling then he is free from keeping the fast.

“When Ramadan arrives, the gates of Paradise are opened and the gates of hell are locked up and devils are put in chains.”(Sahih al-Bukhari 1899)

The Dates of Ramadan for year 2018 are as,

Starting: Wednesday (16th may 2018) In-Sha-Allah

Ending:  Thursday (14th June 2018)

Eid-ul-Fitr: Friday (15th June 2018)

These dates are not final

Practices and Blessings:

Ramadan is the most blessed month of Islamic calendar among the other months. Throughout this blessed month Muslims of this entire world fast and they perform deeds which are closer to Allah (SWT). This blessed month pinnacles with the blessed religious festival (EID-UL-FITR) which Muslims celebrate with great religious warmth.

In Ramadan

  • Muslims spend great time in reading quran
  • They perform duas
  • They do dhikr (Zikr) of Allah (SWT)
  • Fasting teaches Muslims tolerance and perseverance
  • Muslims learn self-control by eliminating all negative emotions like anger etc
  • Muslims offer Tarawih (Extra prayer) after isha.

Sehri and Iftar:

In Ramadan Muslims wake up before fajr and eat sehri (Pre-dawn meal) and after this pre dawm meal muslims offer fajr prayer and start their day. Then when they hear azam for magrib prayer they break their fasts, mostly with dates, then they ask for Allah’s Sustenance

Best things to do in Ramadan:

  • Do maximum zikr of Allah (SWT).
  • Read and learn from Quran as much as possible
  • Go for a holly pilgrimage

{So race to [all that is] good. To Allah is your return all together.} [Quran 5:48]

Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) said:

 “Performing two ‘Umrahs expiates the sins committed in the interval between them. [Al-Bukhari and Muslim]

and in Ramadan we all know that Allah increases the reward of good deeds by 70 percent. So Umrah performed in Ramadan is of much greater value than Umrah performed in any other month of the Islamic calendar. Muslims around the globe try their best to perform this spiritual obligation in Ramadan because of the increased reward by Allah (SWT).

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