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About 'Sehri' and Iftaar
- Taking of Sehri is Sunnah. If one is not hungry and has no desire to eat, then two or three dates or some other light food may be taken or some water at least should be drunk.
Blessings & Benefits Of Fasting
- There are numerous spiritual benefits of fasting. Fasting is extremely efficient for the acquisition of taqwaa (piety), without which a Muslim cannot gain closeness to Allah. The prime benefit in the pursuit of taqwaa is the suppression of the erratic desires and demands of nafs (based carnal desire), which is always working in collusion with Shaytaan, to spiritually and morally ruin the believer.
Breaches Of Fast
- If anyone ate something in forgetfulness or indulged in sexual inter-course and thinking that his fast is disrupted ate deliberately, then his fast is disrupted and only compensatory fast and not re-compensation will be due.
Conditions For Not Keeping Fast
- If any one is so ill that fasting will be injurious or there is fear of aggravation or it may prolong then such a person may not keep fast and should offer compensatory fast after recovery.
Fidiyah (Recompensation In Cash Or Kind)
- If one is too old and has no strength to fast, or is so ill that there is no hope of recovery or has the strength to fast, then he may not fast and for each fast he may give Fidiyah (recompensation) equal to Sadqa-e-Fitr to the poor or feed sufficiently in the morning and evening. This is called Fidiyah in Shariah. Price of grain may also be given.
- Send Virtual greetings on Ramzaan to your loved ones
Holy Ramadan - One Stop for whole month
- Ramadan page, contains information like the aamals for the Power nights, and daily duas for the ramadan month and links to other ramadan sites. Moreover it is a single stop for the whole month of Ramadan.
Holy Ramadhaan - One Stop for whole month
- Ramadhaan page, contains information like the daily du'as, A'amaals for the power nights and rest of the Ramadhaan month and lot of links to other Ramadhaan sites
Important Directives For Ramadhaan
- The blessed fasting month of Ramadhaan comes but once a year, and this is a month bestowed with a lot of barakat (blessing). One of its special qualities is that if this time is spent in righteous devotion then the barakat of this month will remain for the full year, and if this time is unfortunately wasted negligently then no barakat will remain until the next Ramadhaan.
Instructions About Ramadhaan Fast
- If intent was made in the previous night then the fast of Ramadhaan on the following morning world be in order. If it was not resolved in the night to keep fast nor in the morning had any intention but when the day had advanced it struck to him that not keeping an obligatory fast would be a sin and so resolved then, even then the fast is in order prodded nothing was eaten or drunk.
Itikaaf Or Seclusion
- To retire to a mosque from a little before sun-set on the 20th of Ramadhaan up to the sun-set of 29th or 30th i.e. till the appearance of new moon is called ITIKAAF.
- If some fasts have been missed for some recompensations, they should be kept after the Ramadhaan as soon as possible otherwise it will be a sin to delay them without any legitimate cause.
- In an intent for a Nafl fast whether it is specified as Nafl fast or merely a fast, then the intent would be in order in either case.
RAMADAN: Rules & Regulations
- Local Muslim radio stations broadcasting during Ramadaan, catering for the Muslim community across the UK.
Ramadan on the Net
- Holidays on The Web Site
Ramadhaan The Blessed Month
- Ibne Abbaas radhiyallahu anhu says that he heard our Holy Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam say: Jannah (paradise) is made fragrant with the sweetest perfumes in Ramadhaan From the very beginning of the year till the end, it is brightly decorated for the coming of this blessed month.
Ramadhaan The Month Of Blessings
- Ramadhaan is a month of countless blessings and virtues. The word Ramadhaan is derived from "ramdh" which means "burning of the feet from heat" This is because of the fast, which burns the sins of a Muslim into ashes.
- Keeping fasts is obligatory for every Muslim who is not insane or minor. It is not proper to give up fasts without legitimate cause. According to Shariah (religious code) to abstain from eating, drinking and sexual intercourse from the time of Fajr till sun-set with an intent, is called fast.
- Online resource centre for Ramadhan: the Muslim month of fasting. Includes information about fasting times, etiquette and moon sighting.
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