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Ramadan 2020: What is Ramadan and how is it celebrated?

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Ramadan is the most significant month of the year on the Muslim calendar. Ramadan likewise spelled as Ramzan, is a month of severe spiritual discipline for Muslims. Notwithstanding, it will be praised a bit differently this year, because of the spread of COVID-19.

What is Ramadan and how is it celebrated?

Celebrating Ramadan is one of the five pillars of Islam. For Muslims, Ramadan is a month of spiritual dedication and its purpose is to reinforce Muslims’ relationship with God.

During the month of fasting, Muslims will try to complete their expert and individual responsibilities normally.

Ramadan denotes the month when the Koran was uncovered to Prophet Muhammad by Allah.

Ramadan will see Muslims around the globe fasting during daylight hours for 30 days.

For Muslims, Ramadan is a month of charity. They give a portion of their income to destitute individuals around them. They are should avoid corrupt activities, intimacy, drinking, smoking during the fasting period. Pregnant ladies can stop their fasting during Ramadan and can make up of missed fasts later.

Those commemorating the fast are urged to read the Koran and the holy text is recounted at the Tarawih, special nightly prayers that would normally be held at mosques consistently the month however can’t this year due to coronavirus.

Coronavirus lockdown has hit all religions hard, with services and spots of worship being closed down and moved online.

What are the rules of fasting during Ramadan?

Fasting starts at sunrise on Friday, April 24, 2020.

During this period, individuals fasts(Roza) from the time of the sunrise to the time of the sunset. They can take their feast before sunrise and after sunset. The first one is called Sehri and the dinner after the sunset is called Iftar.

During the month of Ramadan, Muslims are obliged to keep away from eating or drinking during sunshine hours.

On the off chance that a fast is broken, it should be made up for by fasting sometime in the future. Or then again they can pay “fidyah”, a religious term for the donation of food or cash.

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Grown-up Muslims are likewise expected to read and reflect on the whole Koran, the holy book while keeping away from smoking and sex.

Muslims break their fast at sunset when they participate in iftar, a social event.

How to wish somebody a Happy Ramadan

The mainstream greetings during the fast are “Ramadan Mubarak” and “Ramadan Kareem”, wishing the beneficiary a “blessed” and generous Ramadan.

On the off chance that you were wondering it’s splendidly fine for a non-Muslim to wish a Muslim for Ramzan.

Eid al-Fitr, the finish of the Holy month

Toward the finish of the 30 days of fasting, Muslims observe Eid al-Fitr which means “festival of breaking the fast” in Arabic. It is joined by a special prayer toward the beginning of the day, as a rule at an outdoor location or a mosque.

Visits to companions and family members follow after the prayer, alongside giving gifts and making calls to far off family members to trade greetings of “Eid Mubarak” or “Blessed Eid”.

What is the significance of 29 or 30 days of fasting?

By fasting over an all-encompassing timeframe, rehearsing Muslims mean to encourage certain perspectives and qualities that they would have the option to develop throughout a whole year.

Ramadan is regularly compared to a spiritual training camp. Other than encountering feelings of hunger and thirst, believers often need to manage weariness on account late-night prayers and predawn dinners.

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Dan Zinman started his career as an astronomer and college professor and quickly expanded into popularizing the understanding of science and scientific discovery. He did this through writing books, essays, and articles. He is contributing by writing news articles for timebulletin.com.