Ramadan is the (month) in which the Qur'an was sent down, as a guide to mankind, also clear (Signs) for guidance and judgment (Between right and wrong). So every one of you who is present (at his home) during that month should spend it in fasting.

It is highly recommended to fast in the month of Rajab for atleast one day, it not only prepares one for the hardship of coming months but also carries great reward, blessings and Allah’s favours. As per one of the hadith of Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) those who fasts for one most recommended night and pray for one most recommended night of the Rajab will be rewarded as the person who prays and fasts for 100years, that night being 27th Rajab.

Fasting is the third basic pillar of Islamic basis; it starts from dawn and ends with the sunset. In this month it’s not all about starving but it means to be more oriented spiritually towards the Creator. Fasting has certain benefits besides spiritual purity and health improvement which are:

The Ahaadeeth of our Noble Prophet Muhammad (Allah’s Peace and Blessings Be Upon Him are replete with narrations expounding the great significance of Reciting and Practising upon the Qur’an Majeed.

It is obligatory upon Muslims to Learn to Read Quran and, to teach it to others. When a Muslim teaches Quran to others he, or she, is greatly rewarded for it. There are Muslims who practice their religion – or Deen (a complete way of life) as it is called in Islam – and those who don’t. Those who practice their religion Learn to Read The Quran, recite it regularly, and if they have children, they also teach them how to read Quran.

The state of Muslim nations after World Wars I and II, along with the reciprocal rise of Western powers due to their technological, military, and economic advancements, saw a reversal of the flow emigrants between the two worlds. There had been a period of considerable length of time when the flow had been in the opposite direction, that is, from West towards the East. People from all over Europe used to come to Muslim lands to learn various sciences, such as mathematics, astronomy, medicine, etc. But now the trend had been reversed.

One miracle, among the many miracles of the Quran, is that its meanings and recitation usually have a huge impact on a person’s heart, regardless of whether one recites the Quraan oneself, or is listening to someone else’s recitation, even if the listener has never ever heard a single word of the Quraan before. For a Muslim, it is a wajib (compulsory) to listen attentively when the Quraan is being recited in his, or her presence.

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