Blessings of Ramadan

  • Ramadan is the (month) in which the Quran was sent down, as a guide to mankind and a clear guidance and judgment (so that mankind will distinguish from right and wrong)…” (Q 2:183)
  • Fasting is prescribed for you as it was prescribed for those before you, that you may attain taqwaa.” (Q2:183)
  • The most honored by Allah amongst you are those best in taqwaa.”(Q 49:13)
  • ..And it is better for you that ye fast, if ye only knew.” (Q 2:184)

 prepare for ramadan

  1. Taqwa:
  1. Fearing Allah (SWT)
  2. Practicing the Revelations of Allah (SWT)
  3. Accepting the little things that one has achieved
  4. Preparing for departure from this world to the Hereafter
  5. Self-discipline
  6. Muslim learns Self-control
  7. Self-restraint
  8. Self-education
  9. Self-evaluation

By accepting these criteria and by practicing them, the Muslim will achieve the concept of Taqwa in his private and public life.

  1. Protection:
  1. Avoiding Immorality
  2. Avoiding anger/outcry/uproar
  3. Avoiding stupidity
  4. Avoiding all makrooh/mashbooh/haram
  1. The Holy Quran was revealed during this blessed month. The Holy Quran is meant to be:
  1. A Direction to mankind
  2. A distinction of right from wrong
  3. A Summation and culmination of all previous revelations
  4. A Glad-tiding to the believers
  5. A Healer
  6. A Mercy
  1. Doors of heaven are open
  2. Doors of hell are closed
  3. Devils are chained down
  4. Fasting with Iman (faith) and expectation: Such type of intention leads to forgiveness by Allah (SWT) to the individual’s sins.
  5. Door of Rayyan: There is in Paradise a door called Al-Rayyan. It is for the fasting Muslims. Only those who fasted the month of Ramadhan are the ones to enjoy the bliss of Paradise inside that area.
  6. Mouth Smell: The smell of the mouth of the fasting Muslim will be better than the smell of musk during the day of Judgement. (Bad Breath)
  7. Glad-Tidings: These glad-tidings are given to the well-wishers while the ill-wishers are to be stopped during fasting.


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