Monday, May 6, 2019

Ramadan and Advance Eid Mubarak 2019

Ramadan and Advance Eid Mubarak 2019

Advance Eid Mubarak 2019

Eid Ul Fitr 2020

Ramadan 2019 will begin on Monday, May 6th, 2019 (according to Saudi Arabia) and ends on Tuesday, June 4, 2019. Eid al-Fitr 2019 will be on Wednesday, June 5, 2019. This is a preliminary date, the actual date will depend on the sighting month of Ramadan 2019, the 9th month in the Islamic calendar (Hijra 1440). The length of the month varies between 29 and 30 days, depending on the sighting of the Moon's shadow, which leads to the long-awaited holiday of Id-ul-Fitr on 1 Shavval.

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The word Ramadan comes from the Arabic root ramiḍa or Al-Rmaḍ, which means heat or dryness. Post Fard (compulsory) for adult Muslims, with the exception of those suffering from illness, travel, aging, pregnant, breastfeeding, diabetic, chronically ill or menstruating. A month's post in Ramadan was made obligatory (wajib) during the month of Sha'aban, the second year after the Muslims moved from Mecca to Medina. Fetwis was released, stating that Muslims living in regions with a natural phenomenon such as the northern sun or the polar night should follow the Mecca schedule, but more commonly believed that Muslims in these areas should follow the schedule of the closest country to them, in which night time can be distinguished from the day.

  • Fasting is compulsory for adult Muslims, with the exception of those suffering from illness, travel, aging, pregnant, breastfeeding, diabetic, chronically ill or menstruating.
  • Quickly from dawn to sunset, with a high school meal, known as suhur and mealtime, is called Iftar.
  • Muslims are increasing prayer and mercy during Ramadan.
  • Ramadan is also the month when Muslims are trying to practice high self-discipline.
  • Like fasting - refraining from eating and drinking in the daytime - Muslims are encouraged to read the entire Qur'an for a month, before the holy feast of Id-al-Fitr.

History and responsibilities of Ramadan:

Ramadan (also known as Ramzan, Ramadan, or Ramathan), observed by Muslims all over the world, is one of the five pillars of Islam. The word comes from the Arabic root "ramida", which is roughly translated as "heat". Starving was made compulsory for all adult Muslims in the second year of Hijrah (Migration from Mecca to Medina of Muslims). The only people freed from doing FAST are those who travel, aging, pregnant, diabetic, chronically ill, menstruating or breastfeeding. Many children are trying to complete as many posts as possible, as practice for further life.

Ramadan 2019 Practice and Blessing:

Ramadan, the 9th month of the Muslim calendar, is considered one of the most blessed months in Islam. The Muslims post during this month makes the maximum Zikr of Allah (SWT). The month of Ramadan ends with the festive occasion of Id-ul-Fitr Moslems thanks Allah (SWT), celebrating a festival with religious zeal. This month is full of celebrations and festivities, as Muslims are immersed in reading the Qur'an and Duas and spending the maximum time doing the glasses. The Muslims fast for a whole month, as she teaches them the true meaning of perseverance and tolerance. During this month, Muslims not only have to refrain from eating and drinking for a specified time, but they are also necessary to curb all negative emotions, such as anger and manifest themselves to be a perfect Muslim. In addition, the Quran was also completed this month.

How to fast in Ramadan 2019?

Fast (Uraz) are stored by Muslims from dawn to sunset, the timings of which vary in each region. During this time, they refrain from eating food, drinking, smoking, and sexual relationships. In Ramadan, Muslims also strive hard to refrain from any sinful behavior, such as lying, falling apart, false. Eaten meal up to the dawn is known as Sushour, and one eaten after sunset is known as Iftar. At this time, the Muslims are generous to make food for the entire community (especially the poor one). The rewards of all charity increase during the month of Ramazan, whether praying for prayers or giving alms. This hadith shows this fact, as well as:

Quickly in Ramadan:

"When Ramazan arrives, the gates of Paradise are opened and the forces of hell are locked and the devils are locked in chains." (Sahih al-Bukhari, 1899)

Ramadan is a time of spiritual reflection, improvement and increased devotion and worship. Muslims are expected to exert more effort in the subsequent teachings of Islam. quickly (Uraza) begins at dawn and ends in the west. In addition to refraining from eating and drinking, Muslims also increase restraint, such as abstention from sexual relations and, in general, sinful language and behavior. The act of the post is called to redirect the heart from worldly activity, its purpose is to purify the soul, freeing it from harmful impurities. Ramadan teaches Muslims how to best practice self-discipline, self-control, sacrifice, and empathy for those who are less fortunate; Thus, encouraging the actions of generosity and compulsory charity (tithe)

Sukhur Ramadan 2019:

Every day, obscure, the Muslims stick to the early fast food is called Sukhur. After stopping for a short time before dawn, the Muslims begin the first prayer of the day, Fajr. Sukhour (or Sahari) is an educational meal, which is very important during Ramadan, is that your body is thriving all day long and must be carefully planned for a sustainable diet plan that will help you stay healthy.
Two for Sukhur

A couple of Ramadan 2019:

In the west, the Muslims are going to Iftar Meal to break their posts. Immediately after listening to Maghrib Atan, they read the Iftar Dua to ask Allah for His Exodus. The terms, as a rule, are the first food to break out. Prophet Muhammad (PILA) broke up quickly with three dates according to some traditions.

Social holidays often happen on Iftar. Traditional dishes are often highlighted, including traditional desserts, and especially those made only during Ramadan.

Two for iftar

Read the Koran Karim:

In this sacred month, Muslims are recommended to recite Al-Qur'an. Ramadan a month to remember this is the greatest blessing and the source of humanity's leadership has been ever given. Tarawa is one of the ways Muslims complete the Holy Qur'an reading in mosques. it is a mustahab (Action that is rewarded but whose inactivity is not punishable) to the Muslim to read the entire Qur'an during Ramadan and seek to complete it, but this is not obligatory. Some Muslims do this by completing 1 already 'every day for 30 days Ramadan.

Here is a collection of some verses in the Quran on Ramadan:

Lailat St. Kadr

Laylat St. Kadr, also called "The Night of Power" is one of the most desirable nights of the Islamic year. This is one of the last ten odd nights a month in Ramadan and is full of blessings. This is to please Allah (SWT) to see the Muslims fast during the month to please Him. This month, ibadat ends with the Muslim holiday of Id-ul-Fitr.

Night prayers (tarawih)

Tarrant is an additional prayer of some Muslim communities performed at night after Isha in the Islamic month of Ramadan. They are not a mandatory prayer, but still of great importance.

Eid Ul Fitr 2020

Zakat Ramadan 2019

Zakat is another pillar of Islam, and giving charity becomes even more important during Ramadan. This is a way to purify your wealth at the will of Allah (SWT) and pay for assets that are owned within one month of the year. The collected Zakat must be given to poor and deserved people. You can calculate zakat this year with the help of Zakat IslamicFinder Calculator. In Ramadan, all good deeds will be rewarded more than in any other month of the year. This is why many people choose to give Zakat (SDK) to the poor this month.

Here are the ways to be charitable in Ramadan:

Charity is very important in Islam, and especially during Ramadan. fading, often translated as "poor speed", is obligatory as one of the pillars of Islam; a fixed percentage of man's savings must be a beggar. Sadak is a voluntary charity in providing more than what is required of zakat's duty. In Islam, all good deeds are more generously rewarded during Ramadan than in any other month of the year. therefore, many will be chosen this time to give most, if not all, zakat that they are obliged to give. In addition, many will also use this time to give most of the garden to maximize the award that will await them at the Last Judgment.

Ramazan Closure 2019:

Itikaf means to be in isolation in Masjid or home with the sole purpose of dedicating his time to worship Allah (SWT). This is Sunnat-al-Muaqidah (Sunnah, which is called to be fulfilled) to sit in Itikabah in the last 10 days of Ramadan. A person can begin Itiqaf after the 20th Ramadan and end it when the month on Id is far-sighted. The Sunnah remains unchanged if the month of Ramadan has 29 or 30 days.

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