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Ramadan 2023 – Ramadan Kareem in Pakistan 2023

Regardless of where they are in the globe, Muslims observe Ramadan as a time of devotion and worship. Throughout the blessed month of Ramadan, people observe daylong fasts. Muslims devote the month of Ramadan to reflection, prayer, charity, and self-control. They greet each other by saying Ramadan Kareem or Ramazan Mubarak and pray for the good health and happiness of their loved ones.

This month is particularly important because if it is completed correctly, a Muslim should be purified and will draw nearer to Allah (SWT). With honest intentions, good deeds, reciting of the Quran, and regular praying, Muslims seek and receive countless blessings and rewards from Allah Almighty.

About Ramadan Traditions & Significations

Ramadan is the time when Muslims observe month-long fasting and go without food and water during the day, that is from sunrise to sunset. Ramadan, though, is about much more than just fasting, it’s also a time to spend time with family, reflect, and connect with Allah. It’s also about reciting the Holy Quran, saying prayers, giving to charity, taking part in communal feasts, and more.

The month of Ramadan holds a lot of significance for the Muslim community. It serves as a reminder of the occasion when the Prophet Muhammad first received revelation of the Holy Quran’s teachings.

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Ramadan ends with Eid-ul-Fitr, a gifted day given to all Muslims from Allah (SWT). On this day, Muslims have to perform a special prayer, essentially congregation, in an open field of the prayer hall of the Mosque.

Benefits of Fasting in Ramadan

In Islam, Ramazan is the ninth month of the Muslim Calendar. Islam considers Ramadan fasting to be one of the fifth pillars and to be extremely important. There are many benefits of fasting. Muslims focus on the spiritual benefits of fasting since we fast for Allah (SWT). Muslims have an option for the forgiveness of their sins in this Holy month, by prayers, reciting the Quran and many other deeds. However, fasting during Ramadan ul Mubarak also offers immeasurable physical advantages for people.

According to Scientists, there are many benefits of fasting, some of which are given below:

  •  “This has been demonstrated to safeguard brain cells and may lessen depression and anxiety as well as the chance of dementia developing”.
  • Scientific research demonstrates that we can quickly repair our immune systems in cancer patients undergoing treatment.
  •  Fasting also enhances chemotherapy’s ability to cure cancer.
  • Also, experts have shown that limiting food intake during the day can aid in the prevention of health issues like excessive cholesterol.
  • Fasting also helps in Heart disease and obesity.
  • It helps us to improve mental health and well-being.
  • It also helps in losing fat and gaining lean muscle mass.
  • It reduces hypertension as well.

When Does Ramazan Start in 2023? Ramadan Kareem in Pakistan 2023

Ramazan Kareem will start on Thursday, 23rd of March 2023 in this year.

Muslims throughout the world anxiously anticipate the holy month each year. They are interested in learning the start date so they may schedule their activities appropriately. If you want to know about the date and time, starting and ending of Ramadan Kareem, then stay tuned to Al Sadat Marketing.

Ramadan 2023 in Different Countries Worldwide.

The start and end dates of Ramadan depend on the sighting of the crescent moon, which varies by country and region. Here are the expected dates of starting and ending of Ramazan Kareem 2023.

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  • United States: March 23 to 21 April 2023
  • Canada: March 23 to 21 April 2023
  • United Kingdom: March 23 to 21 April 2023
  • UAE: March 23 to 21 April 2023
  • Qatar: March 23 to 21 April 2023
  • Malaysia: March 23 to 21 April 2023

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What to Do in Ramzan ul Mubarak 2023

Here are some guidelines that should have to perform in Ramadan Kareem 

  • Fast From Sunrise to Sunset.

Fasting has a significant role in Ramadan. All adult Muslims are required to observe certain rituals and rules when fasting from sunrise until sunset. As Allah (SWT) mentions about Fasting in the Quran In (Surah Al-Baqarah: 2:183)

“Oh you who believe! Fasting is prescribed to you as it was prescribed to those before you so that you may learn piety and righteousness.”

  • Offer Prayers to the Allah Almighty.

Muslims in Ramadan pray five times every day on specified times, ideally in the congregation. In order to receive Allah’s blessings, prayers should be offered in an open space or a mosque’s prayer hall.

There are specific prayers for various requests and rewards, such as for forgiveness, breaking of fasts, and prayers recited in remembrance of Allah.

  • Perform Night Prayers, or Tarawih

Some Muslims also perform extra prayers at night during Ramazan. During Tarawih a one who has memorized the Holy Quran recites parts of the Quran every night. The recitation of the Quran is completed before the last day of Ramazan. 

  • Recite the Holy Quran.

For the whole month of Ramadan, Muslims are required to recite the Holy Quran. There is no obligation to recite the entire Quran. One might just recite at least one Juz: one of 30 parts into which the Quran is divided each day.

Muslims try to read as much of the Quran as they can during this specific time of year.

As Allah and our Last Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) said, read the Quran as much as you can, and it will help you a lot on the day of Judgement. 

  • Observe Itikaf.

Ibadat is an important part of Ramadan rituals. Itikaf is the practice of staying in the Mosque for a specific period and devoting time to worship. The purpose of Itikaf is not to indulging in any worldly matters and focussing on religious rituals. Itikaf typically begins after the dawn of the 20th day of Ramazan and ends with the sighting of the Eid moon.

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Hadith and Duas on Ramadan

The popular and trustworthy sources of hadith through which you can get Ramadan hadiths easily are Sahih Al Bukhari, Sunan Al Tirmidhi, Sunan Ibn Majah, Sahih Ibn Hibban, and others.

Muslims are more willing to fast throughout the glorious month of Ramadan after reading and learning more about these hadiths.

Authentic Hadith About Ramadan Moon sighting. 

Allah’s Messenger (PBUH) said: 

“When you see the new moon (of the month of Ramadan), observe fast. When you see the new moon (of the month of Shawwal), break your fast; and if the sky is overcast for you, keep fasting for thirty days.”   (Sahih Muslim)

Hadith On Ramadan’s Excellence.

Abu Huraira told that Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) said:

“When Ramadan enters, the gates of Heaven are opened, and the gates of Hellfire closed, and the devils are chained.”   (Al Bukhari and Muslim)

Hadith on Ramadan’s self-training.

Abu Hurairah narrated that Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) said:

“Fasting is a shield, so when one of you is fasting, he should neither indulge in obscene language nor should he raise his voice in anger. If someone attacks him or insults him, let him say: “I am fasting.”      (Al-Muslim)

Ramadan Hadith on Forgiveness.

Abu Hurairah told that the Last Prophet of Allah Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) said:

“The Five daily prayers, and from one Friday prayer to the next and from Ramadan to Ramadan, are expiation of sins committed to between provided one stays away from the major sins.”    (Al-Bukhari)

FAQs about Ramadan 2023

Q: When is Ramadan 2023 in Pakistan?

A: Ramadan 2023 will start on 23 March 2023 in Pakistan.

Q: What are the best Hadith Sources for Ramadan Hadith?

A: Sahih Al Bukhari, Sunan Al Tirmidhi, Sunan Ibn Majah, and Sahih Ibn Hibban are some reliable hadith sources.

Q: Is Ramadan helpful for losing fat and gaining lean muscle mass?

A: According to scientists, Ramadan helps you in losing fat and gain lean muscle mass.

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