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Happy Ramadan Mubarak Images, HD Wallpapers, Pictures 2018

Here you can download Happy Ramadan Mubarak Images, HD Wallpapers, Pictures and Desktop Background. Ramadan 2018 will start from 17th May 2017 nearly, as it’s reliant on the locating of Moon. In this way, continue checking our site for updates of Ramadan ul Mubarak pictures 2017.

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Beautiful Ramzan Images

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Happy Ramadan Mubarak 2018 Images

 

Ramadan is the holiest month of the year for the 1.6 billion Muslims living around the world. The Prophet Mohammed explained: “When the month of Ramadan starts, the gates of heaven are opened and the gates of Hell are closed and the devils are chained.” Muslims believe that God revealed the Quran to the Prophet Mohammed on the 27th day of Ramadan (Laylat Al Qadr, or the Night of Power). Throughout the month many will recite the holy book, pray, and contemplate their relationship with God.

Fasting (sawm in Arabic) is one of the five key pillars of Islam, along with prayer (salat), charity (zakat), faith (shahadah) and making the Hajj pilgrimage to Mecca.

All adult Muslims are required to fast, with exemptions for pregnant women, nursing mothers, women who are menstruating and the sick and elderly.

Young, prepubescent children are not expected to fast, however, some will choose to do so for half a day to train their bodies.
Those who are fasting will abstain from food, liquids, and sex, from dawn until dusk.
Muslims will wake early to eat and pray before sunrise and will break the fast after sunset with a communal meal (Iftar).

 

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