Happy Eid Mubarak/Eid-ul-Fitr/Ramazan: Ramadan is one of the most anticipated holidays in a Muslim community. Ramadan also was known as Ramzan which is observed to commemorate when Allah revealed the first chapters of the Quran to the Prophet Muhammad. This month is marking the ninth month of the Islamic lunar calendar. Muslims from all across the globe observe fasting from sunrise-to-sunset during this period. Ramadan Festival is one of the important pillars of Islam. Physically capable Muslims are assisted in observing fasting, in which they need to restrain from eating, drinking and thinking of wicked thoughts. They have to dedicate their time in praying, reading Quran, and reflecting.
Happy Ramadan Wishes
May the choicest blessing of Allah fill your life with joy and prosperity. Ramadan Mubarak.
May the day delight and the moments measure all the special joys for all of you to treasure. May the year ahead be fruitful too, for your home and family and especially for you. Wishing you a Happy Ramadan!
May you be guided by your faith in Allah and shine in his divine blessings! Ramadan Mubarak.
May Allah bless you in all your endeavours and lead you to the Path of continued Success and Prosperity. Happy Ramadan.
May you and your family have a very happy and blessed Ramadan. Enjoy these amazing days and remember those who need our help. Happy Ramadan.
I hope you enjoy each and every moment of it. May God accept your fasts and prayers. Ramadan Kareem.R
Ramadan Mubarak. May Allah’s blessings be with you today, tomorrow and always.
May this special day brings peace, happiness and prosperity to everyone. Ramadan Mubarak!
Ramadan Mubarak to you and your family. Hope your home is filled with good cheer today and always.
My well wishes, my good wishes for you are the just prayers for your long happy life from God on this noble event. Wish you a very Happy Ramadan.
Let this Ramadan give you the strength to do all that you wanted to do last year but couldn’t accomplish.
I hope this Ramadan bring cheer, prosperity and peace in your life. Let us pray that we gain enough strength to accept the highs and lows of life with equanimity.
Happy Ramadan Greetings 2020
I am praying that abounding happiness will find you as you are walking down the street. Happy Ramadan!
The month when evil is non-functional is an opportunity for us Muslims to initiate world peace. Ramadan Mubarak!
May forgiveness be granted to you by our mighty Allah. Repent and be saved! Happy Ramadan!
May this festivity push peace to transcend the earth, let light brighten up the world and grow hope to every Muslim’s heart. Happy Ramadan!
I hope this holiday will lead us to the right pathway: to the path of success, happiness, peace and prosperity. May Allah bless your good heart!
After Eid-ul-fitr, may you find the utmost source of bliss and gaiety. Enjoy every purifying moment of Ramadan! Be blessed!
I hope success and wealth penetrates into you this month. To bring you good fortune and prosperity. Happy Ramadan!
Happy Ramadan Messages 2020
May this holy month of Ramadan chase away the depression and misery that is getting the best out of you. Happy Ramadan!
May Allah shower you with loads of blessings On the holy month of Ramadan. Celebrate and be blessed!
Ramadan is a month of Allah, Whose beginning is Mercy, Whose middle is Forgiveness, Whose end is Freedom from Fire. Ramadan Mubarak!
May the holy month of Koran’s revelation be the harbinger of your prosperity, success, harmony, peace and joy in your life… Ramadan Mubarak!
Allah’s blessings will always be on us. Celebrate and enjoy as once again, we will be given a chance to repent and ask for forgiveness for our sins and be forgiven. Ramadan Mubarak!
I wish that this upcoming Ramadan bring you happiness and prosperity for all your life. Have a blessed one!
How to Celebrate the Ramadan Festival
Celebrate the Ramadan Festival by fasting and dedicating your time in praying, reading Quran and reflecting. The Ramadan is to realize Muslims that may not earn to eat or drink anything including water and the sunshine. One of the most important that Ramadan fast is called Niyyah and it means intention.