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Tuesday, June 21, 2016

Importance of Ramzan / Ramadan

This article is about the importance of RAMZAN / RAMADAN the auspicious month of Islamic calendar…


RAMZAN / RAMADAN is the 9th month of the Islamic calendar. This month is considered to be auspicious as the believers practice fasting for 29/30 days (as the Islamic calendar is lunar base; therefore not having fix number of days in it). They believe that in this month they are supposed to do things which are good. Fasting from sunrise unto sunset; giving alms to the needy, etc. In RAMZAN / RAMADAN  which happens to be the Holy month for the Muslim many things were revealed by the Almighty and thus it is considered to be the Holy / Auspicious Month.

These are the reason which they consider for this month to be auspicious but the realities behind the auspiciousness of this month are as under:

IMPORTANCE OF RAMZAN / RAMADAN  (1):
6th Ramzan / Ramadan is the day when Torah the Holy Book of the Jewish tradition was revealed. 
The law of God as revealed to Moses and recorded in the first five books of the Hebrew Scriptures.
According to Jewish tradition, all of the laws found in the Torah, both written and oral, were given by God to Moses, some of them at Mount Sinai and others at the Tabernacle, and all the teachings were written down by Moses, which resulted in the Torah we have today.


IMPORTANCE OF RAMZAN / RAMADAN (2):
12th Ramzan / Ramadan is the day when Bible the Holy Book of the Christians was revealed. 
All the religions are paving way to the same Almighty and all the Holy Books are more or less advocating the same philosophy. 


IMPORTANCE OF RAMZAN / RAMADAN (3):
18th Ramzan / Ramadan is the day when Zabur the Holy Book of the Dawud (David) was revealed. 
All the religions are paving way to the same Almighty and all the Holy Books are more or less advocating the same philosophy. 


IMPORTANCE OF RAMZAN / RAMADAN (4):
23rd Ramzan / Ramadan is the day when Quran the Holy Book of the Muslims was revealed. This day according to Muslims is also known as Shab-e-Qadr, the day and night for praying.
All the religions are paving way to the same Almighty and all the Holy Books are more or less advocating the same philosophy.

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