Ramadan Fasting Rules:
Muslims fast between sunrise and sunset in Ramadan we eat twice a day. The first “iftar” time is when the sunsets. And the second time is called “Sahar” which we eat before sunrise. Ramadan is a month of innumerable benefits for all Muslims. The fast of this blessed month is useful for human beings and other universe creatures. This is the reason for the spirituality of Ramadan. In the early days of fasting, you feel a little hungry, but gradually the body becomes accustomed to it. The fat and other ingredients stored inside the body are used naturally.
The body’s needs are met automatically. In this basic life where fasting has spiritual, physical, and social benefits There, even in the Hereafter, blessings such as this well-being are especially rewarded to the fasting person. There is a hadith that says: Jannat has eight gates, one of which is called “Babul Rayan”, from which only fasting people will enter. Another hadith states: One who fasts one day for the sake of Allah will drive him away from the fire of Hell so far that a person can reach that distance for 70 years.
Importance of fasting in Islam:
Hazrat Abu Hurairah narrated that Muhammad (S.A.W.W) said: Whoever misses a day of Ramadan without any excuse (without travel and illness), Then, to compensate for this, the fasting tab will not make up for the lack of a single fast. Tirmidhi Abu Dawud. Fasting is very important in Islam. Fasting is a distance from the fire of hell. In the same way, whoever fasts for one day in the way of Allah, may Allah keep his face at a distance of seventy years from the fire.
Regarding the importance of fasting, Hazrat Sulaiman bin Umar has narrated Muhammad (S.A.W.W): Whoever of you is fasting should break his fast with a date If you can’t find dates, break your fast with water because water is a purifier. And in the Qur’an, in verse 185 of Surah Al-Baqarah, Allah says: The month of Ramadan is the month in which the Qur’an was revealed which is a guide for human beings there are clear arguments for guidance and separation of truth from falsehood. Then you Then whoever of you finds this month, let him fast in it.
The reward of the fasting person:
Muhammad’s (S.A.W.W) words are: He said that the smell of the mouth of a fasting person is more desirable to him than the smell of musk. It is as if the fasting person becomes more beloved to Allah. The smell of her mouth also seems pleasant. There is a place where even the fish of the sea Dua the fasting people. There are many rewards for those who fast. A big one for them is the reward is the pilgrimage to Allah who will be blessed with fasting.
In addition, fasting, getting up, sitting down, and sleeping is considered as acts of worship. Forgiveness is offered to those who fast on the last night of Ramadan. The Companions asked: Is this night a night of forgiveness? He said no, the constitution is that the laborer should be paid at the end of the work. (Ibn Haban)