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The holy month for all the Muslims have commenced on 26th June, 2017 with fasting which is anticipated to last longer during the day. Usually, people call Ramadan as Ramzan and this is a holy month for Muslims that generally starts on June 6 and will be continued until July 5. Ramadan is a month-long celebration remembering the time when Allah handed the Quran, the holy book of Islam, to Prophet Muhammad.
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According to some other religious sources, Ramadan is the ninth month in the Islam calendar, which is regarded to be one of the most scared because of the Quran’s history. For the complete month, Muslims do not eat nor drink right from the instant the sun rises to sunset. Besides this, they also offer prayers, contemplate and do acts of kindness towards others.
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Every year, Ramadan (or Ramzan) is observed on a different day. In 2017, people of the Muslim faith will celebrate the month-long holiday commencing in the evening till june 25th and festival celebrates on june 26th.
Ramadan is the ninth month that comes in the Islamic calendar usually falls in the month of June endured till July. The annual event is one of the Five Pillars of Islam. Originally, the word Ramadan comes from the Arabic root “ramiḍa” or “ar-ramaḍ,” which means extreme heat or dryness.
The commencement and conclusion of Ramada is actually calculated or determined by the lunar Islamic calendar. Using the position of the moon, the Muslims usually determine the commencement of Ramadan. The “night of power” is the divinest night of the year for those of Muslim trust and faith. This is the night that is assumed to be the initial revelation of the Quran.
The finish of Ramadan eve comes at the start of the next lunar month. The first day of the following month is determined after another crescent new moon is seen. The complete month continues 29 to 30 days depending on the visual sightings of the crescent moon.
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Fasting Rules for the Whole Month
All the Muslim adults will do fasting all over the month excluding the ones those are suffering from illness, pregnant women, diabetic patients, and breastfeeding or traveling. Fasting happens from dawn until the dusk as they desist from consuming food, liquids, smoking and other sexual doings. The food and drink are consumed by the Muslims holding fasting only before the sun rise and after the sunset.
In the middle, they will strictly follow the rules and hold fasting all the day. Rewards for fasting during the 1 month period of Ramadan are strongly believed to increase during this month. Fasting is said to pass on the heart away from issues and other things that are going on around them and in the world, it is assumed to wash the soul by releasing it from all the wicked impurities that may detriment it.
The doing of fasting performed by most of the Muslims also aids as a moral of practicing self-discipline and self-control and sacrificing oneself and feeling empathy for those less prosperous as well.
According to the rules of fasting during this period, people take two meals in a day. Only consuming the food for twice is allowed for Muslims during Ramadan. The meal which is consumed before sunrise is called suhoor while the meal after sunset is called iftar. Everyoneis expected to follow these rules on fasting except the ones as mentioned above.
Permitted Food to be consumed
People who are fasting on Ramadan are instructed to eat carbohydrates since it gradually discharges energy into the body. However, they are cautioned about eating food which isgreat in fat and sugar.
In this period, the Muslims are allowed to eat are oats, wheat, lentils, baked samosas, milk-based puddings, dumplings and grilled meat. Fried food is avoided because they are unhealthy and could make a person even hungrier.
Staying Healthy and Active During Ramadan
Some nutritionists say that there are few secrets to preserving a healthy body during the whole month of Ramadan fasting. Apart from evading unhealthy and spicy, delicious foods, having sufficient sleep are a great relief for people who are fasting.
The people who are fasting must drink adequate water. People who are not having sufficient water can cause dehydration and inflating of the stomach, particularly after eating the meal at the finish of the day.
The End of Ramadan (Ramzan)
After offering prayers, fasting and following all the rules, people will commence celebrating the festival Ramzan. Celebrations begin in the end of Ramadan with Muslim folks gathering for giant meals, offering gifts and mercifully forgiving each other’s past mistakes. Also, they show gratitude towards the almighty Allah for helping them get through Ramadan.
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Here are some best quotes that tell how people show behave and live and it also bestows the significance of the festival.
- Ramadan Kareem!
(Noble (or Generous) Ramadan!)
- Ramadan Mubarak!
- Kul ‘am wa enta bi-khair!
(May every year find you in good health!)
“Allah is with those who restrain themselves.” (Quran 16: 128) “
Fasting is a shield with which a servant protects himself from the fire.” (Ahmad, Sahee)
“Jesus said, and indeed, Allah is my Lord and your Lord so worship him” (Quran 19:36)
“Ramadan is here, here is Ramadan. Ramadan is coming, the time that is blessed. Ramadan is coming, the time we love best. The month in which the Qur’an was sent and it is a time of great blessing to repent. Fasting for Allah is a great Muslim deed; Controlling desires and Suppressing greed.” (Zeeshan G.)
“O believers, fasting is prescribed to you as it was prescribed to those before you so that, you may become righteous.” (Surah Al- Baqara Ayah 483)
“Even if all the trees on earth were pens, and the ocean inks, with seven more oceans added to it, the words of Allah would not be exhausted: for Allah is infinite in power and wisdom” (Quran 31:27)
“Ramadan is the month whose beginning is mercy, whose middle is forgiveness and whose end is freedom from fire.” (Prophet Mohammad)
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