Aims, Objectives and Benefits of Ramadan Kareem

Ramadan Ul Mubarak is one of the most popular and important month for the Muslims. It is the ninth month of Islamic calendar. It is the month of Fasting, month of virtues, month of prayers, month of Blessings, Muslims must fast during the Holy month of Ramadan. It is one of the five pillars of Islam. ALLAH say in the Quran Kareem;
"O believers, You must fast in order to gain self-control, **
** You are prescribed to fast for a specific number of Days".

(Al- Quran)
Before the Ramadan ul Mubarak starts, the Muslims in the Worldwide wishing the greetings and best wishes to their friends and families. All the Muslims feels happy and blessed to welcome the Holy month of Ramadan. The Fast starts from from sunrise with a meal called suhoor (Sehri), they have to finish their sehri just before Prayer time called as “Fajr Prayer” and they finish their fast in the evening with Maghrib Payer.
Taraveeh is also one of the gift for Muslims which is given just in the Holy month of Ramadan. Taraveeh is prayed during the holy month of Ramadan after Isha Prayer. Muslims start praying Taraveeh from Ramadan ul Mubarak moon and ends up taraveeh by seing the moon of Shawal. Shawal indicates the end of Holy Month of Ramadan ul Mubarak.
The main aim of Fasting are as under

  • Developing spiritual strength, including resisting temptation.
  • To take care of poor and needy peoples.
  • Patience
  • To maintain Forbearance / Piousness (Taqwa)
    In the Holy month of Ramadan tha Shayateen has bound up and virtues rewarded more than the other months and by nature Muslims became soft hearted. In Ramadan one Farz prayer reward as 70 times, and Sunnah prayer is equal to the Farz prayer. All Muslim Landlord’s paid Zakat to the poor and needy people’s.
    At the end of the Holy month of Ramadan ul Mubarak, Muslims awarded for their virtues, prayers and worships as the festival of Eid-ul-Fitr. Muslim celebrate three days of Eid-ul-Fitr with their friends and families.
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