Muslim community around the globe waits for the arrival of the most important, the holiest month of the Arabic year. Ramadan Mubarak is the ninth month of Islamic calendar. Muslim from around the world unites in Ramadan the holy month. They unite for a certain period of fasting and spiritual acceptance.
Basics Informations of Ramadan
Every year, Muslims spend their times in the ninth month of Islamic calendar thinking a community growing fast. The fast of Ramadan is considered as one of the “Five Pillars of Islam”. Muslims who are physically capable to are ordered to fast each day of the entire Ramadan. Fasting time starts at sunrise and finishes at sunset. Before sunset Muslim families got together to enjoy the closing of fasting. They spent their evening time with family and have meals. Engaging in prayer together and spiritual observation. They read from the holy Quran. Even Muslims completed the whole Quran by reading within this month.
Read: What is Ramadan?
Read: Benefits of Ramadan
Observation of the Fast of Ramadan
The fasting of Ramadan Mubarak has both physical health improvements as well as spiritual significance also. Beside this the moral requirements of the fasting, there are some additional and required practices. Those practices allow people to gain the most important benefit from this experience of fasting.
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Read: Fasting Requirements
Read: Importance of Ramadan
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Some Essential Need for Ramadan
The Ramadan Mubarak Fasting is sensitive. There are some special rules for Muslims. Muslims may find it physically difficult for them to participate in the fasting.
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Reading During The Holiest Month (Ramadan)
The Initial verses of the Quran were established during the Month of Ramadan Mubarak. Allah said in the first verse of Quran was: “Read!” During the Holiest Month of Ramadan. It is so important to gather knowledge of the Path of Islam. So, Every Muslims are cordially encouraged to read, learn and understand the Quran and reflect on Allah’s guidance.
Celebrating Eid Al-Fitr
After a month-long fasting in Ramadan, Muslim community celebrates the three days of Holiday which is known as “Eid Al-Fitr” (Festival of Fast-Breaking). Eid Al-Fitr is one of the most celebrating occasion for Muslim Community around the world.
How is Eid Al-Fitr Celebrated?
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Paying Sadaqa Al-Fitr
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