The ninth month of the Islamic calendar, Ramadan often spelled Ramazan, Ramadhan, or Ramathan), is observed by Muslims all around the world as a time for fasting (sawm), prayer, introspection, and community. The annual Ramadan observance, which marks the anniversary of Muhammad’s first revelation, is one of the Five Pillars of Islam and lasts from one sighting of the crescent moon to the next for a period of twenty-nine to thirty days.
All adult Muslims who are not terminally or chronically ill, travelling, old, breastfeeding, diabetic, or menstruation are required to fast from sunrise to sunset.
Suhur, the meal eaten before dawn, and iftar, the meal eaten at sunset to break the fast, are the two terms used. Despite the fact that fatwas have been issued stating that Muslims who reside in areas
Some Muslims believe that Ramadan is one of the names of God, hence it is claimed in several hadiths that it is improper to refer to the calendar month of Ramadan by its own name alone and that it is essential to mention “month of Ramadan,”
The Persian pronunciation of the Arabic letter “d” is “z.” The Muslim populations of various nations, including Azerbaijan, Iran, India, Pakistan, and Turkey, which have historically had a Persian influence, use the term Ramadan or Ramzan. In Bangladesh, the word Romzan is used.
The Quran was revealed during Ramadan, providing unambiguous instructions for humanity as well as evidence supporting those instructions and establishing the standard (of right and wrong). Anyone present should observe a month long fast, and whomever is ill or travelling should observe a few additional days. Allah wants you to have it easy; He doesn’t want you to struggle. He also wants you to finish the time, praise Allah for guiding you, and maybe even be grateful. [Quran 2:185]
It is customary to fast from sunrise to sunset. Suhur, the meal eaten before breaking the fast, and iftar, the meal eaten after breaking the fast, are both Islamic terms.
Muslims strive to develop better self-discipline and spend more time in prayer and charitable deeds.
The gates to paradise are opened during Ramadan, while the gates to hell are closed and the devils are bound.
Ramadan Mubarak 2023: Quotes
May Allah Subhanahu wa ta’ala guide you to Jannah and grant you a life of love and pleasure on Earth. Happy Ramadan!
Happy Ramadan to all of my Muslim brothers and sisters. May Allah Subhanahu wa ta’ala grant us the opportunity to confess our sins and accept our prayers. Good Ramadan, everyone in 2023!
In this holy month of Ramadan, may your heart become kinder, your body more healthy, and your soul at peace. A very Happy Ramadan to you, Kareem 2023!
Wishing you a good Ramadan Kareem, may Allah Subhanahu wa ta’ala accept all of your Halal prayers during the holy month, and may it give you courage and fortitude.
May the month of Ramadan bring you and your family closeness and joy, and may Almighty Allah Subhanahu wa ta’ala pardon your sin and purify you. Good Ramadan, everyone in 2023!
“One of the Sadhanas laid down by Muhammad for the faithful was the Sadhana of fasting and prayer. This you will find to be the common Sadhana in every religion of the world. The fasting laid down by Muhammad is carried out in a special manner in one of the months of the year. That month is called the month Ramzan.” – Swami Chidananda, The Divine Life Society, Rishikesh
Ramadan Mubarak 2023: Wishes
Enjoy your upcoming Ramadan and Eid al-Fitr!
Happy Ramadan! Happy Eid Mubarak!
Enjoy a tranquil Ramadan.
This Ramadan, may all of your duas be granted.
I hope your fast is simple.
May we begin this Ramadan in safety, faith, and tranquilly.
May you have a successful Ramadan.
May your Ramadan efforts be rewarded and may you be given whatever you desire.
Wishing you a pleasant Ramadan and a happy Eid.
I hope you have a nice Eid.
I hope your Ramadan and Eid are filled with love, peace, and joy.
My best wishes to you and family for this Ramadan and Eid.
I wish you enjoy everything that Ramadan has to offer.
I hope you like the beautiful reading of the Holy Quran.
Ramadan Mubarak 2023: Messages
I hope your fast is fruitful.
May the month of Ramadan help you get closer to Jannat.
May this Ramadan bring you excellent health and a generous spirit.
Throughout this month of Ramadan, I’m sending you comfort and peace.
During this holy month, may Allah grant your requests.
You will be remembered in our prayers during Ramadan.
May Allah provide you wealth and prosperity.
Have a blessed and healthful fast.
Wishing light and love to your family throughout Ramadan.
Have a peaceful and fruitful fast.
May the holy month of Ramadan enlighten your soul.
May the holy month aid in your spiritual renewal.
May your fast serve as a reminder of the abundance we take for granted every day.
Throughout this holy month, we are reminded of the Quran’s proclamation that “Allah is with those who exercise restraint.”
During Ramadan, we are reminded of the verses from the Quran that read, “Those who turn to God, and those who serve, who praise, who fast, who bow down, who prostrate themselves, who enjoin what is right and forbid what is wrong, and keep to the bounds of God and hell; therefore bear these good tidings to the faithful.”
During this Ramadan, may Allah bless you and remind you of the following: “Blessed today are the Believers, who humble themselves in their prayer, who keep aside from frivolous speech, who do deeds of alms, and who restrict their appetites.”
Best wishes for a holy month filled with prayer and significance.
May Allah bless you abundantly during this Ramadan. Let there be light, prosperity and knowledge in your life. May Allah give you His choicest blessings.