Ramadan is a holy month. This is why Muslims are to help the poor and needy and it is celebrated to feel sympathy for them. And people are celebrated for focusing on their religion and their relationship with Allah. This month is celebrated by the Islamic community because of this month’s great importance in Islam. It is obligatory to fast this month. These fasts are observed before Fajr and are opened after sunset Celebrating Ramadan is an honor to the Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W.W) and a way to control ourselves. The second reason for celebrating Ramadan is that the Qur’an was revealed in this month.
Importance of Ramadan:
The month of Ramadan is a month of blessings. It is the month for a Muslim to become a Muslim and make his deeds pleasing to Allah, to please Allah through wealth to the rich, and to do good to the poor in spite of their poverty. When this month comes, the atmosphere becomes light. Gives a wave of happiness to the believers and older people are driven by good deeds with sincerity. The children see them and join them in worship.
The importance and blessings of Ramadan can be gauged from this when Ramadan comes; the devils are imprisoned by the command of Allah. The gates of Heaven are opened and the gates of hell are banded. A demon whose work, men forbids good deeds and says evil deeds so, in this blessed month, cruel and dirty deeds are stopped. Therefore, the strongest proof of this is that most sinners avoid sins and worship Allah.
The Virtue & Worship of Ramadan:
In the Islamic, Calendar Ramadan is the 9th month. Ramadan is very important in Quran and Hadith. Ramadan is a blessed month that is mentioned in the Quran. In Quran, Allah says: The Quran was revealed in the month of Ramadan. (Surah Al-Baqarah Verses 185). And Verses 9 of Surah Al-Qadr says that one night (Laylatul al-Qadr) comes in this month which is better than a thousand nights. Hazrat Salman (RA) narrates that Muhammad said the last date of Shaban There is a month above you which is a blessed month. This night is more than a thousand nights. Allah made fasting obligatory in this month and made the night stay in it a reward.