History of Happy Ramadan Mubarak 2018
Happy Ramadan Mubarak 2018
The annual observation is considered based on the Five Columns (Pillars) of Islam.
The Ramadan moon remains for 29 to 30 days,
depending on the visual appearance of the crescent moon,
according to the countless biographical details narrated in hadiths.
The orientation of the Word of Happy Ramadan Mubarak
The word of Ramadan originated from its Arabic roots ar-ramad or Ramada
which mean either a fire or a flush of the foundation.
Fasting is compulsory for adult Muslims (except for those who are ill,
are in travel, old, pregnant, breastfeeding mothers,
diabetic or with menstrual bleeding).
The First Massive Islamic Migration
During the 2nd year after the Muslims shifted from the city of Mecca to Medina city,
fasting was made compulsory in the month of Ramadan.
Muslims living in areas should follow the Mecca time chart,
but a widely accepted view is that Muslims in these regions should follow
the chart of the nearest country where the nights can be notable from the days.
Why Muslims Bound Themselves From Eating?
Muslims avoid eating, drinking, smoking and having a sexual activity
while fasting from dawn to sunset. Muslims also avoid staying away from
shameful attitude such as insults, grins, swearing, lying, and fighting, etc.
It is thought that the spiritual awards made for hunger were multiplied
during the month of Ramadan and Meals and beverages are served daily to them.
Fasting for Muslims during Ramadan typically includes an increased salutation
(prayer) and reading of the Qur’an.
Muslims Believed The Holy Qur’an And Teachings Of Their Prophet.
All Muslim believed that the holy book of Qur’an was first revealed to Muhammad
(peace be upon him) in the month of Ramadan, which is known as
“the best” revealed book of Allah. The first revelation was sent on Layla-tal-Kader,
one of the five odd days by the late ten days of this month.
All the verses were revealed in Ramadan, according to the hadith.
What Is The Basis Of Taqwa In Islam?
Fasting was a compulsion for the previous nations also, according to the Qur’an,
and it is a way to reach the fear of God, the Taqwa in the Arabic language.
Allah declared to Muhammad (peace be upon him) that his hunger for Allah’s sake
was not an innovation in monotheism, but rather a necessity imposed by those
who admitted to the oneness of Allah.
When The Orders Of Ramadan Announced?
The decision to fasting in Ramadan was announced 18 months or in
the 2nd year after the hijra from Mecca to Medina in 624 CE
According to a historian, An Arab writer named Abu Zanad who belongs
to Iraq and was alive after the foundation of Islam in the year 747
observed and narrated that a nation in Al-Jazeera (in the latest Iraq)
celebrate Ramadan in ahead to going to Islam.
The beginning of Ramadan was between the years of Gregorian calender 1938 and 2038.
Hilal (moon), usually one day after the astronomical new moon.
Since the beginning of the new moon this month,
Muslims generally can safely predict the start of Ramadan.
Muslim starts their month of Ramadan after observing the crescent moon
which has been suggested for visual confirmation by region.
Consistent changes in a day have existed region wise since
Muhammad’s (peace be upon him) time.
What are Layla-Tal-Kadr And its Importance?
Layla-tal-Kadir (it is meant that the night with a lot of importance) I
s considered the most sacred night of the year,
meaning “night of power” or “decree” night in Arabic.
It was the night when Muslims believed that the first revelation of the Qur’an
was sent to Muhammad (peace be upon him), also stated in Quran 97th verse, 3rd paragraph,
that this night is far better than “a thousand months worship of Allah.”
Also, it is believed that Layla-tal-Kadr came in the odd number night
out of last ten nights of Ramadan.
Holidays of Eid-al-Fitr
The holiday of Eid-al-Fitr starts with the end of Ramadan and the beginning
of the next Islamic month of Shawwal.
The moon bear marks the start of Ramadan and the beginning of the next month,
Shawwal. If the first day of the next month cannot be visually observed
due to weather conditions, it is declared after seeing the new moon seen
for one month or starving for 30 days. Shawwal’s first day is called Eid al-Fitr.
By the 1st day, when the month of Ramadan finish, the Muslims goes back
to their original tendency and eat and drinks in all time and re-cope their relations
with their wives during the day also, and the 1st date of the month of Shawwal,
they celebrate Eid-al-Fitr.
What Are The Ramadan Timings?
The usual practice during Ramadan is too fast from sunrise to sunset,
after the sunset with the start of Maghrib prayer,
Muslims break their fast and eat and drink and observe Maghrib Prayer
and pray Allah for their prosperity, peace, for their parent, kids, relatives,
country and all the Muslims of the world goodness.
Due to the highly diversified Muslim population around the globe,
the Muslims food, especially for Ramadan, is hard to describe.
The Importance of Charity in the Month of Ramadan
Muslims also go to charity during Ramadan. It is a month when Muslims in Ramadan
try to apply more discipline and gain motivation from Hadiths of their
beloved prophet Hazrat (It is meant by Honorable) Mohammad (Peace be upon him).
It is narrated in the books of Hadiths (It is meant by the saying of Hazrat Mohammad,
peace be upon him) as “When Ramadan comes, the Paradise gates are opened,
and the hell gates are locked, and the devils are arrested with strong chains.”
What Are The Sawm (It is meant by fasting) Of Ramadan?
Happy Ramadan Mubarak 2018 is the month of Sawm (fasting),
is especially the time of religious thinking and good deeds,
development and enhances commitment and worship.
Muslims tried more to follow the teachings of their beloved prophet Hazrat
(It is meant by Honorable) Mohammad (Peace be upon him).
Fasting also helps the Muslims to save souls from worldly impurities.
What Is Zakat In Islam?
Ramadan teaches Muslims how to better implement self-discipline,
self-sacrifice, self-control and empathy for those who have less money
for their living; It also inspires hospitality and obligatory aid called zakat.
W H O'S W A T C H I N G T H I S I N MAY 27, 2018?