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Muslims all across the world celebrate Ramadan

Mateen Javeed Dawre, 10-C, ICSK Khaitan Monday, March 20, 2023
Muslims all across the world celebrate Ramadan

Muslims all across the world celebrate Ramadan, the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, as a time of fasting, prayer, and observation. It is observed with great enthusiasm and devotion and is regarded as one of the most important occasions in the Islamic calendar.

Muslims fast from dawn until dusk throughout the month of Ramadan, in addition to offering additional prayers and participating in other religious activities. All adult Muslims must observe the fast, which is one of Islam's Five Pillars, with the exception of those who are unwell, pregnant, or traveling.

Suhoor, the meal eaten before dawn, marks the start of the fast, and Iftar, the meal eaten after sunset, marks its end. Dates, water, and a variety of cuisines that differ by area and culture often make up the Iftar meal. During Ramadan, Muslims frequently enjoy meals with their loved ones and friends, and many mosques provide the local community complimentary Iftar dinners.

Ramadan involves more than just fasting from food and liquids; it also promotes enhanced acts of worship such voluntary prayer, charity, and Quran recitation. Gaining more self-control, tolerance, and spiritual sincerity in preparation for Ramadan.

Because they are seen as the most fortunate and spiritually fulfilling, the final ten days of Ramadan are of particular importance. Many Muslims spend these days in silence, focusing on prayer and Quran memorization. The Quran is thought to have been originally revealed to the Prophet Muhammad on the 27th night of Ramadan, which is known as Laylat al-Qadr, or the Night of Strength.

Eid al-Fitr, a three-day celebration that starts when the new moon is sighted, commemorates the conclusion of Ramadan. Muslims gather over this joyful period to worship, exchange gifts, and participate in feasts with family and friends.

For Muslims all across the world, Ramadan is a time of spiritual renewal and personal development. It is an opportunity to deepen their relationship with Allah, strengthen their religious convictions, and reinforce their faith. Muslims try to purify their minds and souls and improve themselves by fasting, prayer, and good deeds.

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