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Benefits of the Holy month of Ramadan (10 benefits)
Benefits of the Holy month of Ramadan (10 benefits)
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Why Muslims Fast In Ramadan? (10 Reasons)





In the name of Allah, the Entirely and Exceptionally Merciful.
Muslims all over the world observe the annual
fast during the daylight hours of Ramadan, the
ninth month of the Islamic lunar calendar, in
keeping with a divine commandment
documented in Chapter 2, Verse 185 of the
Holy Qur'an.


The main reason for fasting is to develop self-discipline and piety. That’s why Muslims are to abstain from gossip, lies, obscenity, vulgarity
and physical, mental and spiritual sins. Almighty God mentioned in the Quran,
chapter 2, verse 183: “O you who believe.


Fasting is prescribed to you as it was
prescribed to those before you that you may
obtain self-restraint.”

Fasting during Ramadan purifies the actions and thoughts of Muslims. also has physical, spiritual and social benefits.

Fasting elevates a level of God consciousness. Muslims focus on strengthening their personal relationship with the creator. This is the period of spiritual
reflection through extra prayer and recitation of the Holy Quran. Fasting makes one aware of many bounties of almighty God which we
take for granted. The hunger and thirst remind a fasting person
about the poor and destitute who they may increase sympathy and generosity for the less fortunate.


T A Q W A
The term Taqwa is often translated as ‘piety’ or ‘God-fearing’, but a better equivalent would be ‘God consciousness’. It is considered to be the essential
quality of a believer. Taqwa of a believer should
illuminate through all facets of his/her life, just like a
bright light would shine through all openings of an
empty house in an empty field in a dark night. Taqwa,
when coupled with Imaan (faith), makes a well-rounded believer. Taqwa goes hand in hand with Imaan; one cannot be complete without the other, and
vice versa.

May Allah accept the efforts of all those who contributed in the making of this article and make it beneficial for the children. Ameen


(10) Reasons Why Muslims Fast In Ramadan

1- The most important consideration in undertaking a fast, is to seek nearness to Allah.
2- Fasting measures the faith of man in God and helps strengthen it by putting it to a severe test.
3- Fasting reminds man that the real joy in enjoying God’s bounties lies in moderation and restraint and not in overindulging.
4- Fasting makes us deeply conscious of the pangs of hunger and discomfort suffered by the less fortunate among our brethren.
5- Fasting gives man an unfailing training in endurance, a spirit of acceptance.
6- Fasting develops courage, fortitude, and a fighting spirit in man to surmount the heavy odds in life with a cool and tranquil mind.
7-Fasting cleanses the human system of the accumulated impurities of uninterrupted eating throughout the year.
8- Fasting gives lessons in punctuality. Man has to adhere to a strict schedule of time in the observance of the fast.
9- Fasting exposes the weakness of man in the event of his being deprived of two basic bounties of God; food and drink. It infuses into him a spirit of weakness and submission
10-Fasting develops a spirit of patience, with the realization that the days of fasting, do have a successful and happy end. Thus is life. All bitter situations pass, and come to an end.




Hadith One
Abu Hurayrah (may Allah be pleased with him)
narrates that the Messenger of God (may Allah
bestow on him peace and blessings) said, “When
Ramadan arrives the doors of paradise are opened.
The doors of paradise are opened, the doors of hell
are shut and satans are chained up.”
In another narration=on
“The doors of mercy are opened.” (1)
(1) Al-Bukhari and Muslim.


Hadith Two
Sahl Ibn Saad (may Allah be pleased with him)
reports that the Messenger of Allah (may Allah
bestow peace and blessings upon him) said,
“Paradise has eight gates one of which is called Al -
Rayyan as only those who fasted enter this
gate.” (2)
(2) Al-Bukhari and Muslim



Hadith Three
Abu Hurayrah (may Allah be pleased with him)
narrates that the Prophet (may Allah bestow peace
and blessings upon him) said, “Whoever fasts
Ramadan, faithfully in anticipation, is forgiven all
his previous sins. Whoever stands in prayer in
Ramadan, faithfully in anticipation is forgiven all
their previous sins. Whoever spends the night of
power in prayer, faithfully in anticipation is forgiven
all their previous sins.” (3)
(3) Al-Bukhari and Muslim

Hadith Four
Abu Hurayrah (may Allah be pleased with him) narrates that
the Prophet (may “All of the actions of the children of
Adam are multiplied; a good action tenfold up to seven
hundred times. Except fasting that is for me and I will
reward it. He has left his passions and food for my sake. He
has two joys: one when he opens the fast and two when he
meets his Lord. The odour of the mouth is more fragrant
that the smell of musk with Allah. fasting is a shield. If one
of you is fasting then he cannot speak vulgarity and no
bellowing. If you are cursed or fought then say, “I am
fasting.” (4)
(4) Al-Bukhari and Muslim



Hadith Five
Abu Hurayrah (may Allah be pleased with him)
narrates that the Messenger of Allah (may Allah
bestow peace and blessings upon him) said, “When
the first night of Ramadan enters the satans are
chained up, the jinns are held back, the doors of hell
are closed and none of them are open, the doors of
paradise are open and none of the doors are closed.
A call is proclaimed, “O seekers of good accept “ and
“O seekers of evil refrain for the sake of Allah and
free yourself from the fire,” every night.” (5)
(5) At-Tirmidhi



Hadith Six
Abu Hurayrah (may Allah be pleased with him)
narrates that the Messenger of Allah (may Allah
bestow peace and blessings upon him) said, “The
blessed month of Ramadan has come in which
fasting is obligated by Allah for you. The doors of
paradise are opened, the satan are chained in
fetters (up to their necks) by Allah, in it is a night
better than a thousand sacred months and its
goodness is sanctified.” (6)
(6 )Imam Ahmed


Hadith Seven
Abdullah Ibn Amr Ibn Al-‟Aas (may Allah be pleased with
him) narrates that the Prophet (may Allah bestow peace
and blessings upon him) said, “Fasting and the Quran
intercede for the servant on the Day of Judgment.
Fasting says, “O Lord he prevented himself from food
and passions during the day so allow me to intercede
for him.” The Quran says, “He refrained from sleeping
in the night so allow me to intercede for him.” He
said, They intercede. (7)
(7) Al-Bayhaqi in Shu‟ab Al-Iman

Hadith Eight
Anas (may Allah be pleased with him) narrates the
at when the month of Ramadan would come the
Messenger of Allah (may Allah bestow peace and
blessings upon him) says, “This month that you
are presently has a night better than a thousand
sacred months. All the sacred have goodness.
None are prevented from its goodness except
the deprived.” (Cool
(Cool Ibn Majah




Hadith Nine
Abdullah bin Umar (may Allah be pleased with him)
narrates that the Messenger of Allah (may Allah
bestow peace and blessings upon him) said,
“Do not fast unless you see the crescent (of Ramadan),
and do not give up fasting till you see the crescent (of
Shawwal), but if the sky is overcast (if you cannot see
it), then act on estimation (i.e. count Sha'ban as 30
days).” (9)
(9) Bukhari


Hadith Ten
Anas (may Allah be pleased with him) narrates that
when the month of Ramadan would come the
Messenger of Allah (may Allah bestow peace and
blessings upon him) says, “Partake in the pre-dawn
meal because it contains blessings.” (10)
(10) Al-Bukhari and Muslim
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