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Category: Ramadan

  • Preparing for Ramadan 2024: Tips for a Meaningful Month

    What is Ramadan? Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar. It begins when the crescent moon appears in the sky and lasts 29-30 days depending on the lunar cycle. During this month, Muslims observe a fast from sunrise to sunset every day for 29-30 days; abstaining from food, drink, smoking, and other sensual…

  • Month of Ramadan : Facts And Traditions

    Month of Ramadan : Facts And Traditions

    Did you know, around 1.8 billion Muslims across the globe practice self-restraint and self-discipline during the month of Ramadan? Ramadan, starting 12 April this year, is the ninth month of the Islamic lunar calendar. It is, in fact, the most sacred month of the lunar year in Islamic tradition. In this hold month, Muslims around…

  • Ramadan iftar foods from Around the world

    Ramadan iftar foods from Around the world

    Iftar is the evening meal that is eaten at the time of breaking the fast. Iftar is the second meal of the day, while the first meal is the Suhoor in the month of Ramadan. It is the religious observance of the Muslims as Suhoor. There are different Ahadiths, which mark the importance of Iftar…

  • How to lose weight in Ramadan Complete guide

    How to lose weight in Ramadan Complete guide

    Fasting is not the name of just remaining without eating and drinking; it gives us different benefits, for example, health, spiritual, and psychological. So, you may know how to lose weight in Ramadan as a complete guide. Ramadan in the Book of the Holy Quran   There are different verses of the Holy Quran in honor…

  • A healthy Ramadan: what to eat and Avoid in Ramadan

    A healthy Ramadan: what to eat and Avoid in Ramadan

    Ramadan is one of the essential months in the Islamic lunar calendar. It is the religious responsibility of Muslims to observe fast in Ramadan for 29 or 30 days. The Islamic calendar is the lunar calendar; that is why Ramadan happens every year on different days. During fasting, Muslims cannot eat or drink anything before…