Ramadam Is A Month Of Mercy
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Ramadan Is A Month Of Mercy And Blessings
With the sighting of the moon in the sky along with the twinkling of stars would mark the beginning of the Holy month of Ramadam and every Muslim around the globe would be thankful to Almighty God Allah Rabbul Izzat for giving us a chance to be a part of this jubilation. The sight of the moon marks the end of the month of Shabaan and starting of the Ramadan. The month has special benefits, rewards, honor, and blessings of God because every good deed done in this month results in double benefits than in other Islamic months. The month has a special boon for the Muslim because Allah's blessings and mercy are showered at every second in this month. The month is categorically divided into three segments or parts, each segment compromising of ten days the last segment has either ten or nine days depending upon the sight of the moon. These three segments have been referred by specific names such as Rahamat, Magfehrat, Jahanaam Se Najat. Another important feature of this month is the Roza or the fast which is kept from Dawn to Dusk. A person remains food-less, waterless for whole day, and realizes how the poor person manages to live in such a situation. Fast makes him tolerant and he begins to tolerate all things be it food or anything else. Fast is kept and opened at a selected time depending upon the time of specific regions. At night there is a special prayer known as Taraveeh in which the recitation of the Holy Quran is done by a special Maulvi known as Hafiz who recites it daily and all 30 chapters are completed before the completion of this month.
One night which falls approximately on the last segment and at an odd number of Ramadam is known as Lailatul Qadr it is said that it is much better than thousand nights anyone who gets it is said to be a lucky icon and he clears his sins and bad deeds are done in his or her life. An important feature of Ramadan is Zakat. Every wealthy Muslim must give 2.5% of his share to the poor and needy people from his leftover money or treasure; the needy people maybe his relatives, servants, neighbors members of society, or any other Muslim. The holy month is commenced by the sighting of the moon which marks the end of Ramadan and celebration of Eid next day. People give Fitr, alums, money in the form of charity to the poor and needy people. Every Duwa or prayer done in the month of Ramadan is absolutely fulfilled by Almighty God there are many Angels in the sky who just move around and ask to find out is there any person who needs anything or wants to fulfill his or her desires. We pray to Allah and give millions and billions of thanks for giving us the opportunity to be the part of this holy month and to safeguard the integrity and unity of our nation, and to make our nation more progressive and developed in the international arena. Thanks and Shuqran to Allah Subhano Watala for giving us the Fast of Ramadan to purify our heart and soul. Fast is a type of silent Prayer, but its rewards are greatest. The happiness of fast can be felt only by a person who observes it with a whole heart just for the will of Allah Rabbul Izzat. Ramadan is the month of continuous Mercy and Blessings. Even if a person sleeps in the month of Ramadan is counted as Ibadat or prayer. Fast is a type of prayer that brings closer to Almighty Allah and by keeping fast we are restricted to food, water, and charms of duniya (world). It’s a restriction for time being and Almighty Allah is so generous that He has kept only a few hours for keeping a fast and one cannot remain hungry for whole day and night. Hence things are normal once we open the fast. We can enjoy the food of our choice or liquid and so on. Similarly, Allah has made compulsory for every Muslim to observe Fast in the month of Ramadan. If we leave it out for no specific reason than we would be punished for that
Fast stops us from all unislamic things. Ramadan is a month of blessings and mercy
Here are some of the beautiful Hadiths of Ramadan
Hadith no: 120 Narrated / Authority Of Sahl The Prophet (Peace And Blessings Upon Him) said, "There is a gate in Paradise called Ar-Raiyan, and those who observe fasts will enter through it on the Day of Resurrection and none except them will enter through it. It will be said, 'Where are those who used to observe fasts?' They will get up, and none except them will enter through it. After their entry, the gate will be closed and nobody will enter through it."
Hadith no: 122 Narrated / Authority Of: Abu Huraira Allah's Apostle (Peace and Blessings upon Him) said, "When Ramadan begins, the gates of Paradise are opened."
Hadith no: 123 Narrated / Authority Of Abu Huraira Allah's Apostle (Peace and Blessings upon Him) said, "When the month of Ramadan starts, the gates of the heaven are opened and the gates of Hell are closed and the devils are chained."