Ramadan is observed by Muslims all over the world!! It will be observed in Saudi Arabia this year from the evenings of April 12 and May 12 of 2021 as a time for religious observances and spiritual reflection. Ramadan is the ninth month in the Islamic lunar calendar ️ 🇸🇦 🌎 ..
Ramadan is a holy month when Muslims fast from sunrise to sunset in order to focus on prayer reflection and spiritual growth ️ 🔛 🌅. It requires self-control and discipline as they strive to practice patience gratitude forgiveness and charity; additionally they read the Quran Islam’s holy book.
The fasting of Ramadan (sawm in Arabic) is one of the five pillars of the Islamic faith. During the month all healthy Muslim adults who have reached the age of puberty must observe sawm from dawn to sunset . During the month abstention from food drink and intercourse with one’s spouse during daylight hours is expected 🍹.
The start and end of the monthly Ramadan fast in Saudi Arabia are determined by the sighting of the crescent moon 🔚 🌔 🇸🇦. The country’s religious authorities will declare the beginning of the month when the crescent moon is sighted; this year the first day of Ramadan was April 12th.
The pre-dawn meal before the start of the fast is known as suhoor in Saudi Arabia. The meal before sunset which is when the fast is broken is known as iftar . During Ramadan it is customary for Saudi families and friends to gather for suhoor and iftar meals in the presence of family members 👪 🇸🇦. These meals are often accompanied by traditional Islamic songs and verses from the Quran .
At the end of the month, Muslims celebrate Eid ul-Fitr, which marks the end of the fast 🔚. This is a time for families to visit each other exchange gifts and celebrate with lavish feasts ️.
Ramadan requires Muslims to refrain from engaging in activities that are against the spirit of Ramadan . This includes smoking drinking alcohol idle gossip or engaging in entertainment that isn’t in the spirit Ramadan 🍹 🚬.
At the same time, it is customary for Muslims in Saudi Arabia to show extra kindness and charity during the month of Ramadan 🇸🇦. This includes taking part in special prayers and acts of charity and volunteering one’s time to help those in need .
For Muslims in Saudi Arabia and around the world Ramadan is a time of spiritual renewal and deepening of faith 🌏 ️ 🇸🇦. It is a time to cultivate self-discipline and gratitude and to reflect on the values and teachings of Islam. … .
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