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Introduction:

Ramzan is the most sacred month of Muslims and observed as a fasting month of 29 to 30 days which are the days of patience,humility and devotion. During Ramzan strict constraints are observed on eating,drinking while false, telling lies and betrayel are considered as the most offensive acts.Performing Ramzan is the most strict observation in Muslim community which needs a disciplined and committed routines throughout the month days.

Time to celebrate:

Ramzan month is held in the ninth month according the Islamic calendar (August-September)

Description:

Ramzan is the month when the Holy Quran was revealed from heaven by the almighty to Prophet Muhammad for the welfare of humans.It is believed to be the most auspicious month for the revelations of God to humankind.The fasting, which started from the advent of the day by the rise of the sun till the sunset , is observed in a strict prohibition where normal activities from drinking to eating are constrained and  break only after the set of the sun in evening.This practise of fasting is called “Sawm”.
It is believed that performing fasting during Ramzan is for the purification of soul to increase closeness with God.Breaking of fast before sunrise is called Souhoor and after sunset it is called Iftar which is traditionally followed by all Muslims.The end of fasting of a month long Ramzan is followed by Id-Ul-Fitr which is celebrated for three consecutive days when levish and large meals are prepared,people wear new clothes and exchanged gifts with each other.

Details

Date:
1 August
Time:
12:00 am
Cost:
Free
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