6 Things You Need To Know About Ramadan Mubarak Today.


1- Ramadan Mubarak

Ramadan is the 9th month of the Hijri calendar. For the Muslims, It is the holiest month of the year. Ramadan is not only a month of Fasting and supplication, but it is also a celebration for the Muslims as the gates of heaven are open, and the devil is in chains. This month gives us the perfect opportunity for us to ask forgiveness for all our sins from Allah Al-mighty and start fresh. The feeling of tranquility and happiness that prevails over the Muslim Ummah do justice to why the term Ramadan Mubarak is widely used.

Ramadan Mubarak

2- How is Ramadan ‘Mubarak’ for the Muslims

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The purpose of Ramadan is to grow in consciousness regarding our religion. The fasting reminds us of helping those in need around us. Ramadan is known to be the month of the Quran. It is highly recommended in the Ramadan to read and study the Holy Quran and to share it with others.

The Night of Power (Laylat al-Qadr ) is in this month, which is better than a thousand months.

It is said in an authentic Hadith of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) that fasting in the Ramadan sincerely out of faith and in the hope of reward, we will be forgiven all our previous sins, provided the major sins are not committed.

Allah(SWT) has bestowed this holy month upon the Muslims as a gift, hence it does justice to the term Ramadan ‘Mubarak’ 

3- Ramadan Mubarak Meaning

ramadan Mubarak Meaning

More than a billion Muslims celebrate Ramadan worldwide. The holy month is one of the activities of the year that are most awaited. Muslims greet each other using phrases that roughly translate to having a blessed Ramadan, or generous Ramadan i.e Ramadan Kareem. If you follow our previous blog posts, there is a mention of different regions having different cultural practices during the month. This applies to greetings too. 

The way people welcome one another will change depending on the language spoken. In places, people greet each other using ‘Happy Ramadan’ so what is the correct Ramadan greeting way?

Islam is a religion that teaches the message of tolerance and acceptance. Luckily, there is no strict or correct term when it comes to Ramadan greetings. However, the term widely used and known is Ramadan Mubarak.

4- Ramadan Mubarak Messages, Quotes and Images

Ramadan Mubarak Quotes

Since Ramadan Mubarak is a popular greeting in the Muslim community, other forms of greeting are also adopted. Through sharing messages, quotations by the Holy Prophet (PBUH), images depicting the rich culture and colors of the month and beautiful Ramadan Mubarak Gift.

  • Wishing you Ramadan Mubarak. By the grace of Almighty, may you always be blessed with His love and protection? May Allah’s choicest blessing fill your life with bliss and prosperity.  
  • May the Ramadan Spirit live in our hearts and lighten us from within. Happy Ramadan!
  • May Allah bestow you with goodness and fulfill your wishes
    and dreams. Ramadan Mubarak!
  • Wishing you a happy Ramadan. May Allah’s protection and blessings shower upon you this month.
  • The time of year has come; the month to repent our sins and transgressions. May we all find comfort this Ramadan.
    Happy Ramadan Kareem!
  • May the immaculate love and extraordinary wisdom of Allah rule your life when celebrating this holy month of Ramadan.
  • Speak politely, treat people gently, walk modestly, and
    pray deeply as the month of Ramadan starts. It is my prayer that God blesses you and your family this month.
  • May Ramadan bring peace and prosperity, good health and wealth, and eternally brighten your future.
  • Wishing this holy Ramadan brings you happiness, good fortune and wealth. Wishing you a blessed Ramadan.

5- Ramadan Mubarak Quotes

Some quotes that shed light on Ramadan :

“Whatever a person prays for at the time of breaking the fast, Allah grants it and never gone to waste” – Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)

“Have you ever wondered why we’re happy in Ramadan? it is because we do what is our true purpose to do.” – SH. Alaa Elsayed

“If you are going back to sinful life after Ramadan then you gained nothing but hunger.”

 “Promise yourself that once Ramadan is over, you won’t go back to old habits. Try to sustain where you left off and with determination to carry on” –  Mufti Ismail Menk

“When Ramadan begins, the gates of heaven are opened and the gates of hell are closed” – Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)

“Don’t give up on your dua. You don’t know where the response will come from or how many evils were averted from your path or how much your scale of deeds increased in weight due to that one supplication” – Imam Suleiman Hani

“O you who have believed, decreed upon you is fasting as it was decreed upon those before you that you may become righteous.” – [2:183]

“Allah intends for you ease, and He does not want to make things difficult for you. (He wants that you) must complete the same number (of days), and that you must magnify Allah for having guided you so that you may be grateful to Him” – (2: 185).

Abu Huraira related that Rasulullah (PBUH) said: “If anyone omits his fast even for one day in Ramadan without a concession or without being ill, then if he were to fast for the rest of his life he could not make up for it” – Bukhari

“Ramadhan. Let this month health you.” – Umm Umer Khaled

Let us eat less, feed more. Sleepless, Seek more.”

Abu Huraira related that the Prophet (PBUH) said: Allah the Majestic and Exalted said: “Every deed of man will receive ten to 700 times reward, except Siyam (fasting), for it is for Me and I shall reward it (as I like). However, there are two occasions of joy for one who fasts, one when he breaks the fast and the other when he will meet his Lord”

6- Ramadan Mubarak Images |

We have compiled a collection of images for you to share and spread joy with your loved ones this Ramadan! These images represent moments show highlights of the activities that take place throughout the month. To read more about Ramadan and its traditions visit our previous blogs.


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