Ramadhan is the Islamic month of fasting is which participating Muslims refrain from eating, drinking and other few things that are probihited during daylight hours. Ramadhan is intended to teach Muslims about patience and spiritually.
This year, Ramadhan was celebrated at the same with the National month and started on 1st August. On 1st Ramadhan many of people went to bazar for food hunting for iftar meal. There were lots of people sell variety of foods and drinks at the small stalls called bazar Ramadhan.
Breaking fast is the time that everyone was waiting for. Everyone was very excited waiting for Azan. Interestingly, each Ramadhan, kurma is the most popular food before continue with the others.
Fasting is not easy but most of us make a special effort to be better Muslims during Ramadhan because we know the significance of this month and the benefits of fasting. Or do we? While we agree with those who say that it results in spiritual and physical detox, a better sense of self-control and a greater appreciation of simple daily pleasures that we often take for granted, we must always remember that God has succinctly told us in the Holy Qur'an regarding the true purpose of fasting in Islam.
InsyaAllah, this Ramadhan will be a month of sincerity for all of us and alhamdulillah, we've been given another opportunity to experience this blessed occasion so let's make the best of it because we don't know for sure if we'll be lucky enough to be alive next Ramadhan, do we?
Ramadhan al-Mubarak everyone! May Allah SWT continuously increase our iman and accept our good deeds in this month and the years to come. Amin.