30 June 2013

Do You Know What these Ramadhan Terms Mean?

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم 





You hear conversations about Ramadhan, and a lot of terms come you might/might not know come up. Here's your guide to Ramadhan terms :)


Ramadhan Mubarak
A common Ramadhan greeting exchanged at the start of the month, which means congratulations on the arrival of the holy month.

Ramadhan Kareem
It literally means ‘Generous Ramadan’. Since the fasting period is an opportunity for Muslims to receive many blessings and be thankful, the month is considered generous.

Sahur
The meal consumed at dawn before the start of the fast

Imsak
The start of a fast. It begins when the first light of dawn becomes visible, shortly before the dawn call to prayer.

Iftar
The sunset meal that ends the day’s fast. It is a time for family and friends to come together to break the fast and usually consists of a spread traditional treats.

Tarawih
A special congregational prayer held every evening after people break their fasts. People are encouraged to offer Tarawih in mosques.


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Notes: Hopes this year Ramadhan can FULL :) 

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