Small and Easy Good Deeds you can do this Ramadan

Ramadan is the blessed month in which reward for good deeds is increased undoubtedly. Sin committed during this holy month is worse and more serious than a sin committed at any other time. So we all should try to avoid doing sins and maximize our good deeds for gaining great rewards from Allah Almighty. As

Feed your Soul with Good Deeds in this Ramadan

Ramadan is the ninth month of Islamic calendar when Muslims around the world fast and also recharge and revive their faith to become better human beings. Muslims stop eating and drinking from dawn to dusk which varies according to where one lives and the time when Ramadan arrives in different parts of the world. Holy

Ways to Stay Fit and Healthy during Fasting in Ramadan

The holy month of Ramadan is during summer in this season where the weather is so hot in most parts of the world. As we all know that during Ramadan, Muslims abstain from food and drink from dawn to dusk. It is important to get proper nourishment between Iftar and suhoor in order to be

Importance of Lailatul Qadr (The Night of Decree) in Ramadan

Ramadan is the month of blessing in which our goal should be to achieve extreme levels of heights by worshiping Allah Almighty rather than just passing on this holy month without any achievement. One of the most special aspects of the month of Ramadan is that it includes Lailatul Qadr (the night of decree). As

Things that May or May Not Break Your Fast in Ramadan

Ramadan is the most sacred month of the year also known as the month of fasting. Fasting is known as “Sawm” in Holy Quran which literally means “to abstain”. Our beloved Prophet Muhammad (SAW) said about the Holy month of Ramadan in these words: “When the month of Ramadan starts, the gates of heaven are

Daily Duas (Supplications) for Second Ashra of Ramadan

The month of blessings Ramadan is divided into three stages (Ashras). Every Ashra of Ramadan has its particular significance associated with it. The second Ashra of Ramadan refers to the middle 10 days (11-20) of Ramadan. It is the time of forgiveness in which Muslims must seek forgiveness from Allah Almighty. With seeking forgiveness Muslims