Ramadan Quotes: Ramadan also pronounced as Ramzan.It is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, is one of the most sacred times for Muslims. During this month, Muslims observe a strict daily fast from dawn until sunset. They are not allowed to eat or drink, not even water, during these daylight hours.
The end of the Ramadan fast is celebrated as Eid-ul-Fitr the “Feast of Fast-Breaking,” which is one of the two major religious holidays of the Muslim calendar
Ramadan is a gift from Allah (SWT); an opportunity for Muslims to capitalize on and earn His blessings and a way to seek salvation and forgiveness.
Here are some Ramadan Quotes to read, think and share with fellows.
“O you who have believed, decreed upon you is fasting as it was decreed upon those before you that you may become righteous” — Surat Al-Baqarah 2:183
“…But to fast is best for you, if you only knew.” — Surat Al-Baqarah 2:184
“The month of Ramadhan [is that] in which was revealed the Qur’an, a guidance for the people and clear proofs of guidance and criterion. So whoever sights [the new moon of] the month, let him fast it; and whoever is ill or on a journey – then an equal number of other days. Allah intends for you ease and does not intend for you hardship and [wants] for you to complete the period and to glorify Allah for that [to] which He has guided you; and perhaps you will be grateful.” — Surat Al-Baqarah 2:185
“Allah has made Laylat al-Qadr in this month, which is better than a thousand months, as Allaah says…The Night of Al-Qadr is better than a thousand months. Therein descend the angels and the Rooh [Jibreel (Gabriel)] by Allaah’s Permission with all Decrees, there is peace until the appearance of dawn.” — Al-Qadar 97:1-5
“Allah intends for you ease and does not intend for you hardship and [wants] for you to complete the period.” — Surah Al-Anbya – 2:185.
“Allah is with those who restrain themselves.” — Quran 16: 128
- Ramadan Quotes
“Iftar – The prophet used to break his fast by ripe dates or dates (in the absence of ripe dates or sips some water in the absence of dates) before praying.” ―Last Holy Prophet Muhammad.
“Fasting is shield it will protect you from the hell-fire and prevent you from sins.” ― Last Holy Prophet Muhammad.
“When the month of Ramadan starts, the gates of heaven are opened and the gates of hell are closed and the devils are chachained.― Last Holy Prophet Muhammad.
“When the month of Ramadan arrives, the door of mercy are opened.” ― Last Holy Prophet Muhammad.
“Ramadan is the month whose beginning is mercy, whose middle is forgiveness and whose end is freedom from firfire.― Last Holy Prophet Muhammad.
“Whosoever recites only one ‘Ayat’ in Holy Ramadan, he will be awarded as if he had recited the full Qur’an in other months. ― Last Holy Prophet Muhammad.
“Whosoever fasts in Ramadan and then follows it with fasting six days of Shawwal, it is as if he fasts forever.” ― Sahih Bukhari, Book 6.
“Whoever stands (in the voluntary night prayer) in Laylat Al-Qadr out of faith and in hope of reward, his previous sins will be forgiven.” ― Sahih Bukhari.
“Anyone who fasts for one day for Allah’s sake, Allah will keep his face away from the Hellfire for (a distance covered by a journey of) seventy years.” ― Sahih Bukhari, Book 1.
“Whoever prayed at night in it (the month of Ramadan) out of sincere Faith and hoping for a reward from Allah, then all his previous sins will be forgiven.” ― Sahih Bukhari, Book 32.
“Whoever Allah wishes to show goodness, he gives him understanding of the religion.” ― Sahih Bukhari, Book 1.
“Allah says about the fasting person.
He has left his food, drink, and desires for my sake, The fast is for me, So I will reward (The fasting person) for it and the reward of good deeds is multiplied ten times.” ― Sahih Bukhari, Book 6.
“Ramadan is one of the doors of mercy flung wide open as an opportunity for soul cleansing.” — Ahmed Rehab.
“Sometimes you don’t realize how special something is until you lose it. That’s how I feel about Ramadan every year.” — Omar Suleiman.
“There’s a battle going on inside you in Ramadan, and for 30 days Allah gives you the power to win.” — Nouman Ali Khan.
“Ramadan is a celebration of a faith known for great diversity and racial equality.” — Barack Obama.
“In Ramadan, you should eat less and think more.” — Tariq Ramadan.
“It’s a tradition in Islamic society to issue pardons at the end of Ramadan.” — Hooman Majd.
“And it is the month of sabr (patience); for sabr the reward is paradise.” — Ibn Khuzaima.
“If any Muslim comes out of Ramadan without gaining forgiveness and goodness, he is a real loser.” — Ibn Hibban And Al-Tabarani.
“When you see the new crescent then fast, and when you see it then stop fasting. If it is cloudy then fast thirty days.” — Ibn Majah.
“Whoever fasts Ramadan out of imaan and the hope of reward will be forgiven his previous sins.” — Ibn Majah.
“The month of Ramadan is superior to all other months, and the last ten nights are superior to the other nights.” — Ibn al-Qayyim.
“I look back and half of Ramadan is over in the blink of an eye. Before I know I will be saying that about my entire life.” —Nouman Ali Khan.
“When Ramadan begins, the gates of paradise are opened.” — Muhammad Al-Bukhari.
“Ramadan is, in its essence, a month of humanist spirituality.” — Tariq Ramadan.
“Don’t give up on your dua (prayer). You don’t know where the response will come from or how many evils were averted from your path…” — Imam Suleiman Hani.
“Even Laylat ul Qadr, the holiest night in Ramadan, drifts–its precise date is unknown.” — G. Willow Wilson.
“God takes note of His creatures’ true intentions. The Lord favors a man who intends to fast during Ramadan over a man who fasts because he can’t find food to eat anyway.” — Orhan Pamuk.
“To fast is to identify our dependencies, and free ourselves from them.” ― Tariq Ramadan.
“The discipline of fasting breaks you out of the world’s routine.” ― Jentezen Franklin.
“We observe that in the scriptures, fasting almost always is linked with prayer. Without prayer, fasting is not complete fasting; it’s simply going hungry.” ― Joseph B. Wirthlin.
“Periodic fasting can help clear up the mind and strengthen the body and the spirit.” ― Ezra Taft Benson.
“Start the practice of self-control with some penance; begin with fasting.” ― Mahavira.
“The people will remain upon goodness as long as they hasten to break their fast.” ― Ibn Majah.
“Fasting confirms our utter dependence upon God by finding in Him a source of sustenance beyond food.”–Dallas Willard
“Fasting is the first principle of medicine.” ― Rumi.
“Fasting is, first and foremost, an exercise for identifying and managing adversity in all its forms.” ― Tariq Ramadan.
“Have you ever wondered why we’re happy in Ramadan? Because we do what we were created to do.” — Sh. Alaa Elsayed.
“In His infinite mercy, Allah has sent the light of Ramadan to erase the night.” ― Yasmin Mogahed.
“He who gives iftar to another fasting person shall earn reward equivalent to a fasting man without detracting from the reward of the latter.” — Al-Tirmidhi.
“Ramadan is a boot camp for the Muslim body and soul. In this Holy month, make everyday count.” ― Ibn Jeem.
“Supplicate. Three prayers are not rejected: the prayer of a father, the prayer of a fasting person, and the prayer of a traveler.” ― Al-Baihaqi.
“May your Ramadan be blessed and May Allah accept your good deeds as sincerely done for Him.” — Dr. Bilal Philips.
“Ramadhan is coming, The time that is blessed. Ramadhan is coming, The time we love best.” — Unknown.
“Let’s prepare our hearts and minds that We may be united spiritually with the almighty one. Ramadan Mubarak!” — Unknown.
“May you be showered with peace, joy and prosperity. Happy Ramadan” — Unknown.
“Have a great Ramadan and may you receive all the Good blessings of Allah, this holy month.” — Unknown.
“Ramadan Mubarak! May Allah, The Exalted, bless you and your family with a beautiful month of fasting and nearness to Him.” — Unknown.
“Be good to your surroundings and loved ones, and may they be good to you this Ramadan.” — Unknown.
“Happy Ramadan Mubarak. May Allah grant all our prayers and guide us to his path.” — Unknown.
“I wish you to have an amazing four weeks of enlightenment. Ramadan Mubarak!” — Unknown.
The Holy Quran descended this month, bringing with it the guide for humankind. Its texts are pure; its teachings are classic. May this Ramadan help you make the proper judgment. May the holy month categorize truth from falsehood. Happy Ramadan!
May this divine month of Ramadan erase your sinful past and bless the heart with love, kindness, and mercy. Happy Ramadan !
Fulfill the purpose of Ramadan this year, literate yourself of the divine Supreme, stay conscious of His power, fear Him because Allah is the greatest in this world. Ramadan Mubarak!
Worship Allah this Ramadan because He never rejects the prayers of a fasting person, a father, or a pilgrim. Happy Ramadan!
Stay true to your beliefs, imbibe the preaching of Islam. May the end of this Ramadan mark the beginning of a new journey towards Jannah because an end is never ‘The End’. Ramadan Mubarak!
May you become a practicing Muslim this Ramadan. May the festival mold your desires and shape your heart. Ramadan Mubarak to you.