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quran verses about ramadan in arabic and english

   Ramadan is a blessed and sacred month in which Allah revealed the Holy Quran. 

He mentions the revelation of the Holy Quran and  Ramadan in these words

What does the Quran say about Ramadan?

شَهۡرُ رَمَضَانَ ٱلَّذِيٓ أُنزِلَ فِيهِ ٱلۡقُرۡءَانُ هُدٗى لِّلنَّاسِ وَبَيِّنَٰتٖ مِّنَ ٱلۡهُدَىٰ وَٱلۡفُرۡقَانِۚ فَمَن شَهِدَ مِنكُمُ ٱلشَّهۡرَ فَلۡيَصُمۡهُۖ وَمَن كَانَ مَرِيضًا أَوۡ عَلَىٰ سَفَرٖ فَعِدَّةٞ مِّنۡ أَيَّامٍ أُخَرَۗ يُرِيدُ ٱللَّهُ بِكُمُ ٱلۡيُسۡرَ وَلَا يُرِيدُ بِكُمُ ٱلۡعُسۡرَ وَلِتُكۡمِلُواْ ٱلۡعِدَّةَ وَلِتُكَبِّرُواْ ٱللَّهَ عَلَىٰ مَا هَدَىٰكُمۡ وَلَعَلَّكُمۡ تَشۡكُرُونَ

      The month of   Ramadan in which was sent down the Quran – the guidance for mankind, the  direction and the clear criteria (to judge between right and wrong). So whoever among you  finds this month, must fast for the (whole) month; and whoever is sick or on a journey, may  fast the same number in other days.

 Allah  desires ease for you and does not desire  hardship for you so that you complete the count (of fasts), and glorify Allah’s greatness for  having guided you, and so that you may be grateful.  [Kanz-ul-Iman (Translation of Quran)] (Part 2, Surah Baqarah, verse 185) 

ramadan mubarak meaning Definition of   Ramadan

1) Regarding the first part of this   a renowned exegetist of the Quran,  Mufti A  mad Yar Khan    has stated in ‘Tafsir-e-Na’imi’, ‘Like  (Ra  man),    Ramadan is probably one of the names of Allah  because Allah  is worshipped the  whole day and night in this month. Therefore, it is called   Ramadan i.e.,

2) ‘The Month of  Allah  As a  Masjid or the Holy Ka’bah is referred to the house of Allah   because it is the place where Allah is worshipped, similarly,   Ramadan is the month  of Allah   because everyone is occupied with fulfilling the commandments of Allah  in this month.

Obviously, the fast and the Tarawi  alah are forms of worship but  when a Muslim fasts, his   alal job or business is also considered worship.

3)The word (  Ramadan) is derived either from the word (Ram  aun) or from the word (Ram ).

4)The word  Ramadan implies the autumn rain which washes the earth and  produces a good spring harvest. Since this month also washes the dirt and dust of sins  from the heart, making the crops of virtuous deeds blossoming,

 5)it is called  Ramadan for  this reason.  For a good harvest, rain is needed everyday in the first month of the rainy season, four  times in the second month and once in the last month. The last rain prepares the crops  for harvest. In the like manner,

 a Muslim does virtuous acts for eleven months and then  the fasts of   Ramadan prepare the crops of virtues. The word ‘D  (Ram  ) implies heat  or burning. As the Muslims endure the burning of thirst and hunger in   Ramadan or as  this month burns their sins, it is called   Ramadan. (In Kanz-ul-‘Ummal, page 217, volume  8 )

hadith About ramadan

there is a narration reported by Sayyiduna Anas   that the Beloved and Blessed  Prophet  sallallahu alaihi wasallam  has said, ‘This month is called   Ramadan because it burns sins).’  Reasons for names of months  Mufti Amad Yar Khan  has stated, ‘Some have said that  different names were given to different months in relation to their seasons. (For  instance) the month that fell in summer was called   Ramadan, the one in spring was called  Rabi’-ul-Awwal and the one that fell in water-freezing winter was called Jumadil Aula.

 In Islam there is always a wonderful reason for a name, and the name is given in relation  to the attributes of the thing. This is not found in other terms. We see an ignorant  person named ‘Muhammad Fazil’ (learned) and a coward is called ‘Shayr Bahadur’ (a  brave lion) and an ugly man is called ‘Yusuf Khan’ but there is no such defect in Islam.   

 Ramadan is a combination of virtues and excellence, which is why it is called   Ramadan.’  (Tafsir-e-Na’imi, pp. 205, vol. 2)    Palace with portal of gold  Sayyiduna Abu Sa’id Khudri     has narrated that the Holy Prophet   sallallahu alaihi wasallam   has said, ‘On the first night of   Ramadan,

the portals of the skies and Paradise are opened  which remain open until the last night (of the month). So if anyone offers   alah in any  night of this month, Allah  will reward him with 1,500 virtues for every Sajdah  (prostration) and make a palace of red rubies for him that will have 60,000 gates. The  gates will have hinges of gold that will be embroidered with red rubies.

 Thus the one  who fasts on the first day of   Ramadan will be forgiven for his sins until the last day of the  month and 70,000 angels will ask for his forgiveness from morning till evening.

 Each  time he prostrates during the day or at night, he will be granted a tree in Heaven and each  tree is so huge that a horse rider can ride under its shadow for 500 years.’ (Shu’ab-ul-Iman,  pp. 314, vol. 3, !adiš 3635)    

Dear Islamic brothers! What an enormous favour our   annan and Mannan  Allah  has bestowed upon us by granting us this blessed month for the sake of His  Beloved Rasul  sallallahu alaihi wasallam

             ! It is the month in which all the portals of Heaven are  opened and the reward for good deeds is greatly increased. According to the foregoing    adiš, the one who offers   alah in any of the nights of   Ramadan will be granted the  reward of 1,500 good deeds for every Sajdah he performs.

Further, there will be a  magnificent Heavenly palace as well. This blessed   adiš also contains glad tidings that  70,000 angels make Du’a for the forgiveness of the fasting Muslims from morning till  evening.

 Five special blessings hadith About ramadan

 1) Sayyiduna Jabir Bin ‘Abdullah  has narrated that the Beloved and Blessed  Prophet   sallallahu alaihi wasallam has stated, ‘In   Ramadan, my Ummah has been gifted five such  things which were not given to any other Prophet sallallahu alaihi wasallam before me:

1)Allah showers -hadith about ramadan

  On the first night of   Ramadan, Allah   showers special mercy upon them and the  one upon whom Allah   showers special mercy will never be punished.

2)Allah likes the smell

 . In the evening, Allah likes the smell emanating from their mouths (due to hunger)  more than even musk.

3)angels paray for

  Angels pray for their forgiveness every night and day.

4)Allah orders

  Allah  orders Heaven to be adorned for His (righteous) people and says, ‘Soon  they will get rid of the grief of the world and find solace in My house and My bounties.

5) Night of ramadan-hadith about ramadan

 5. On the last night of   Ramadan  Allah   forgives them all.’  Standing up, a person asked, ‘Ya Rasulallah     sallallahu alaihi wasallam Is that Laila-tul-Qadr?’  He replied, ‘No. Do you not see that a labourer is given his wage  when he finishes his job?’ (Attarghib Wattarhib, pp. 56, vol. 2, !adiš 7)   

Hadith 2 -hadith about ramadan

        2)Heart-warming saying of the Holy Prophet sallallahu alaihi wasallam  Sayyiduna Salman Farsi   has narrated that on the last day of Sha’ban, the  Prophet of Ramah, the Intercessor of Ummah, the Owner of Jannah     hazrat Muhammad sallallahu alaihi wasallam   said, ‘O people! An auspicious and blessed month has approached you.

In this month,  there is a night that is better than a thousand months. Allah     has made it Far   to fast  in this sacred month. To offer (Tarawi   alah) in its nights is Sunnah. If you do a good  deed in this month, it will be equivalent to carrying out a Far   act in any other month  and if you perform a Far   act in this month, it will be equivalent to carrying out 70 Far    acts in any other month.

 This is the month of patience whose reward is Heaven. This is  the month of sympathy, and the believer’s sustenance is increased in this month.

hadith on benefits of fasting

 In this month, the one who serves a fasting person with something to do If       ar, will be  forgiven for his sins and his neck will be freed from the fire of Hell, and he will be  rewarded the same as the one who fasted, without any reduction in the reward of the fasting  person.’ The companions asked humbly, ‘Ya Rasulallah    sallallahu alaihi wasallam

   ! Not all of us  possess enough money (to present a meal to the fasting person) for Iar.’ He     )  replied, ‘Allah   will give this reward to the one who offers a sip of milk,

 a date or a  sip of water to the fasting person, and the one who serves the fasting person with a meal  so that his stomach is full will be given water from my pond (Kawšar) such that he will  never feel thirsty and will enter Heaven. 

First ten days of Ramadan hadith

The first ten days of this month are mercy, the middle ten days are forgiveness and its  last ten days are freedom from the fire of Hell. One who treats his slave leniently in this  month (by not burdening him with heavy duties) will be forgiven and freed from the fire  of Hell. In this month, there are four things which you should do in abundance,

 two of  them will earn the pleasure of Allah     for you, and you cannot do without the other  two. The two which will earn you the pleasure of Allah are: 

1. To testify that there is none worthy of worship other than Allah.  2. To ask for forgiveness.  The two which you cannot do without are:  1. To ask Allah   for Heaven.  2. To seek refuge of Allah  from Hell.’ (-aEiE Ibn Khuzaymah, pp. 1887, vol  

Four name of hadith about ramadanramadan     

 Four names of   Ramadan    ! How blessed   Ramadan is! A renowned exegetist of the Quran, Mufti Amad Yar  Khan      has stated in the exegesis of the Quran Tafsir-e-Na’imi, ‘There are four  names of this sacred month:

  1.   Ramadan 

2. The month of patience

 3. The month of sympathy

 4. The month of increased sustenance.’  Elaborating the foregoing names, 0 has further stated, ‘Fast is patience whose  reward is Allah.

 As fasts are observed in this month it is called the month of  patience. Sympathy means ‘treating others well.’

This month is called the month of  sympathy because the reward for behaving well (and sympathising) with the Muslims,  especially relatives, is increased. In this month sustenance is increased and even the poor  enjoy the bounties of Allah  therefore, it is called the month of increased sustenance.’  (Tafsir-e-Na’imi, pp. 208, vol. 2) 

Every day of Ramadan   

  One million sinners freed from Hell every day  Whilst mentioning the favours, bounties, mercy and forgiveness from Allah one  day the Beloved and Blessed Prophet  sallallahu alaihi wasallam said, On the first night of   Ramadan,

       Allah    sees His creation with mercy, and if Allah  sees any of His servants with  mercy He  will not punish that servant. He  frees one million (sinners) from  Hell every day, and on the 29th night

He  sets free as many as were freed throughout  the month. On the night of Eid-ul-Fi r, the angels rejoice and Allah  reveals the  specific attribute of His Nur and says to them, ‘O group of angels! What is the reward  for a labourer that has completed his work?’

They reply that he be given his complete  recompense. Allah  then says, ‘Be witness that I have forgiven each one of them.’  (Kanz-ul-‘Ummal, pp. 219, vol. 8, !adiš 23702)  Forgiveness of one million in every moment of Friday  Sayyiduna ‘Abdullah Ibn ‘Abbas  has narrated that the Beloved and Blessed  Prophet sallallahu alaihi wasallam  has stated, ‘In   Ramadan, every day at the time of sunset,

 Allah    frees one million such sinners from Hell for whom Hell had become Wajib due to their  sins, and in every moment of Friday (in   Ramadan),He    frees one million such sinners  from Hell who had deserved damnation.’ (Kanz-ul-‘Ummal, pp. 223, vol. 8, !adiš 23716)  Dear Islamic brothers! The foregoing   adiš contains a blessed account of great bounties  and rewards from Allah                             

   ! Every day in   Ramadan one million sinners  that had deserved Hell are forgiven, and one million sinners are set free from the  punishment of Hell in every single moment of Friday, and then on the last night of   Ramadan alone, sinners are freed equal to the total number of the people freed from the  punishment of fire throughout the month.  May Allah  also include us in those fortunate forgiven ones! 

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