Ramadan Mubarak

Posted: September 1, 2009 in FESTIVALS


The holy month of Ramadan is observed all round the world among Muslims. The followers of Islam observe their fasts continuously for 29-30 days. People start their fast after eating the meals at the time of suhoor before the sunrise. They break it after the sunset with the meals at the time of  iftaar. Muslims in India too offer fasts in Ramadan Mubarak with due respect and regards. They follow all the desired conditions for their fasts to get completed successfully. Apart from the abstinence from eating, people offering fasts are prohibited to harm others, involve in any sexual act, and lying etc. People spend most of their time in prayers called as ibadah during Ramadan. A special type of prayer called taraweeh is offered at the night time in addition to the regular daily 5 time prayers or salah. This peaceful momentum continues for the whole month of Ramadan after which the much awaited Id-Ul-Fitr is celebrated.

  1. esraa says:

    I am always look forward to know each and every minute detail about India. A blog like this is a welcome trial in that sense. Though it would be great had the articles could be supported mostly by photos where ever possible. After all a silent picture speaks more than a thousand words.

  2. Hannah says:

    I think that you are a very talented writer and for many who don’t know much about india and their culture you give a very good insight.
    Good Job.

  3. faizy says:

    asak ,
    i ‘m always eager to gain more and more infomation about Islamics rules and regulations because at my place, people do not understood its value. So i alway try my best to provide them with some good Islamic knowledge. The information provided in this article is indeed very helpful to explain the basics of Ramadan. I can surely recommend to view this article to my people.They can learn a lot from this.
    It is indeed an excellent thing….Thanks for writing this article

  4. aaaa says:

    punë e mir….keni bere te gjithe qfat duhet….ne kosov te gjithe besojne ne kete dit….faleminderid per te gjitha…:)

  5. Zara says:

    hmm…i really want this!!
    would you like gime the recipe?

    • mohammadatif says:

      Lol…thanks for the encouragement Zara. I am not that much expert in preparing such delicious dishes. I think my mom can tell you better about it. hahaha…

  6. Debby says:

    Interesting post.
    I’m looking forward to it. 🙂

    • mohammadatif says:

      Ya why not. I will soon start updating it on regular basis and at the same time, would expect much more support from you people. Thanks, for investing your time in my blog

  7. waseem says:

    Aatif bhai .. kam karte ho aap!

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