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Meaning of Ramzan-Ramzan Festival-Ramzan Mubarak-Ramzan 2020-Eid Mubarak

Meaning of Ramzan-Ramzan Mubarak-Ramzan 2020-Eid Mubarak-Ramzan Festival

      As many of us know that Ramzan is a sacred month for the Islamic followers. As it comes with the idea of getting close to Allah as phosphates were. Ramzan is the ninth month as per the Islamic lunar-based calendar and the month in which phosphate Muhammad’s First revelation.


  What is the meaning of Ramzan?
The dictionary meaning of the Ramzan is “scorching heat”. Means, stern yourself on the path of Allah to get closer to him and regret your sins.

·         Why Ramzan is too sacred for the Muslims or the followers Islam?
As it regards as one of the five pillars of Islam, and given a sacred chance to come closer to Allah and regret their sins. Allah is most merciful and forgives all the sins of anyone regrets of its.

·         What is correct between Ramzan/Ramadhan/Ramathan?
The spellings that are compared above have the same meaning but the difference of the spelling between the words are only due to the worldwide followers of Islam and because of the different pronunciation of individual regions it gets the different spellings. Otherwise, the meaning and the reference of the words are for the same that is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar.

·         Reasons for celebrating the month of Ramzan?
As it is the month of commemoration of Prophet Muhammad’s First Revelation, followers of Islam followed the sacredness of months by fasting from sunrise to sunset is obligatory for all adult Muslims.

·         Is it obligatory to keep fast for all adult Muslims?
The answer is Yes, but the obligation comes with few exceptions like - 

persons who are not acutely or chronically ill, traveling, pregnant, elderly, breastfeeding, menstruating, and Those unable to fast are obligated to make up the missed days later.

·         How to celebrate Ramzan?
      By taking predawn meal i.e. Suhur that is before first prayer i.e. fajr. and keep fast till the night feast that breaks the fast is call iftar at evening prayer of Maghrib.
       Though fatwas have been issued proclaiming that Muslims who live in parts with midnight sun or polar night should follow the schedule of Mecca, it is communal practice following the schedule of the nearby republic in which nightly can be distinguished after day.

     The divine plunders (thawab) of fasting are believed to be grown during Ramadan. Hence, Muslims exhortation not only from food and drink but also tobacco goodssexual relations, and sinful behavior, giving themselves in its place to salat (prayer), reading of the Quran, and the concert of generous deeds as they strive for transparency and heightened consciousness of God.

·         Is there any reference of Ramzan in Sacred Quran?

        Yes, the Quran revealed in Chapter No 2- Surah, Verses No – 185.

·         How people engaged during Ramzan?
  • Fasting 
  • Suhur 
  • Iftar 
  • Night Prayer 
  • Charity
  • Recitation of Quran

1.   Fasting

      Ramadan is the time of self-improvement, spiritual reflection, and sharp devotion and worship. Muslims are predictable to put more effort into following the pearls of wisdom of Islam. The fast (sawm) commences at dawn and ends at dusk. In count to refraining from eating and drinking during this time, Muslims refrain from sexual relations and sinful speech and behavior during Ramadan fasting or month. The act of fasting is said to redirect the heart away from experienced activities, its purpose being to cleanse the soul by freeing it from harmful layers. Muslims trust that Ramadan explains them to exercise self-discipline, self-control, sacrifice, and empathy for those who are less fortunate, thus inspiring actions of kindness and compulsory charity.

2.   Suhoor

Every day, before dawn, Muslims witness a pre-fast meal called the suhoor. After discontinuing a short time before dawn, Muslims begin the first prayer of the day, Fajr.

3.   Iftar

At dusk, families break the fast with the iftar, conventionally opening the meal by eating dates to commemorate Muhammad's practice of breaking the fast with three dates. They then delay for Maghrib, the fourth of the five obligatory daily prayers, after which the foremost meal is served.

Social meetings, many times in buffet style, are frequent at iftar. Conventional dishes are often highlighted, including conventional desserts, particularly those made only during Ramadan. Water is usually the beverage of choice, but juice and milk are also often existing, as are soft drinks and caffeinated beverages.

4.   Nightly prayers

Tarawih is extra evening prayers performed during the month of Ramadan. Contrary to common belief, they are not compulsory.

5.   Charity

Zakāt, often interpreted as "the poor-rate", is the secure percentage of income a devotee is required to give to the poor; the exercise is obligatory as one of the pillars of Islam. Muslims trust that good deeds are satisfied more generously throughout Ramadan then at any other time of the year; subsequently, many contribute a larger portion—or even all—of their yearly zakāt during this month.

       Muslims also trust that for the poor people who don't have adequate food they should fast so that the poor can get food to eat. This would also make them appreciate how poor they feel when they remain hungry. The aim of fasting now appears to be being empathetic towards poor people.

6.   Recitation of the Quran

Muslims are fortified to read the entire Quran, which includes thirty juz' (sections), over the thirty days of Ramadan. Some Muslims integrate a recitation of one juz' into each of the thirty tarawih sessions observed during the month.

Ending of the month or Ramzan Mubarak
    After regular fasting of a full month, Ramzan ends with the lasts twenty-nine to thirty days, from one sighting of the crescent moon to the next.

What is the date of Ramzan in 2020?
      According to the Muslim scholars Ramzan will commence on either 24rth or 25th of May, 2020.

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