Ramadan Kareem | Ramadan Mubarak date 2017 with greeting, wishes, quotes

Ramadan Kareem is also recognized as Ramazan, Ramathan and Ramadhan. It is the 9th month of Islamic calendar and Ramadan Kareem is observed by the Muslims in all over the whole world. Moreover, it is observed as a month of fasting to remember the 1st exposure to the Holy Quran and Muhammad (SM) according to Islamic belief. The holy month lasts 29/30 days and based on Hadith.

The holy word Ramadan Kareem is came from the Arabic word root Ramida or Ar-ramad. It is means sweltering heat of dryness. Notable that, fasting is Farz for all adult Muslims except those who are suf fering from an illness and pregnancy.

Ramadan Mubarak date 2017

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ramzan mubarakRamadan Mubarak is just knocking the door. The Muslim Holy month of Ramadan will begin either on May 27, or on May 28 depending on moon sighting on the eve of May 27. Arabic months last between   on 29 or 30 depending on sighting of the moon at 29th night. By the Gregorian solar calendar, Ramadan Mabarak comes to 10 to 12 days earlier every year. Such as, in 2016 the Ramadan Mubarak was start from June 6, 2016.

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The Middle East and other Muslim majority countries depend on their local moon sighters.

In America (FCNA) announced that the Ramadan Mubarak will begin from May 27.

In Europe, the Muslims observe Ramadan Mubarak starting from May 27, 2017, by the declaration of the Islamic foundation of Fatwa and research.

Ramadan Rules

There have some rules and conditions for fasting in the holy month of Ramadan. While fasting from dawn until sunset, the beautiful Muslim people refrain there from consuming food, drinking water or any liquids, and engaging sexual relations. Muslim also refrain themselves from lying, cursing, insulting, and rude behavior. This is the month, where you can get an opportunity to reward from Allah. In this case, The Muslim people offering prayers and reads the holy Quran to get more rewards from Allah.

Fasting

Ramadan is the high time to spiritual reflection and increased loyalty worship. The Muslims are trying to lead life by following the teaching of Islam. The Swam (Fast) started from dawn and ends at sunset. The Muslim people keep refraining themselves from eating, drinking and engaging sexual relations. People also keep away themselves from lying, cursing and many more bad activities. In a word, Ramadan teaches people how to better practice, self control, justice, sacrifice, empathy and many more things.

Sehri/ Suhur/ Sahri

Sahri/Suhur/ Sahri are one of the most important things for fasting. According to Hadith, taking Sahri/ Suhur/ Sahri it is Sunnah. Each day, before dawn Muslim people observe a meal and that is called Suhur. After then Muslims begin the first prayer of the day and it is Fazr.

Iftar

Iftar is one of the most important things of fasting. It is a big part. According to tradition, Muslims generally break their fast by eat dates. You have to because; our prophet Muhammad (SM) broke the fast with 3 dates. Following that, Muslim people generally defer for the Prayer of Maghrib.

Muslim people usually gathering buffet style in Iftar. Muslims likely to serve traditional food and item in Iftar and they particularly made in only month of Ramadan. On south Asia, water is usually the beverage of choice. In addition, they also drink juice, milk or any kind of soft drinks.

In the Middle East, Muslims served water, many kinds of juice, salad and appetizers. The main dishes are desserts. Actually, the desserts are the main part during Iftar.

Iftar is one of the important parts during Ramadan. This is the time to camaraderie with families and friends. The Muslims invite their neighbor to having Iftar with them and they also send food items each of them. I think it is one of the beautiful fillings to having Iftar with a poor or orphan.

Tarawih

As like as Iftar and Sehri, Tarawih is also a big part of Ramadan. By offering prayers of Tarawih salat people get a chance to escape sin from Sagirah.

Ramadan Greetings

Every year, Muslims observe a month-long fast during the 9th month of the Islamic calendar and that is Ramadan. Muslims believe that this month is filled with blessings, and it is suitable to wish them to glowing at the beginning of the Ramadan month. There are some traditional and blessing greetings for you:

  • Ramadan Mubarak
  • Ramadan Kareem
  • Happy Ramadan

Ramadan Wishes

Ramadan is the holiest month for the Muslims. In this Ramadan, be sure to greet your family and friends a happy Ramadan. Send these Ramadan wishes messages to wish your Muslim friends and family. There is some heart touching Ramadan wishes for you.

  • Let’s celebrate as the month of Ramadan begins here

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