How to say Happy Ramadan in Arabic | Ramadan wishes

The prestigious month of Ramadan is near but do you know “how to say Happy Ramadan in Arabic? People generally get confused while wishing in Arabic.

In the middle east countries like Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, people wish Happy Ramadan as “Ramadan Kareem” (رمضان كريم) in Arabic which means have a generous Ramadan.

Kareem is an Arabic word that means generous, as people become more generous towards helping the poor in terms of food and money and in worshipping, although generousness reflects in their personality.

In south Asian countries like India and Pakistan, people wish Happy Ramadan as “Ramadan Mubarak” (رمضان مبارك) which is also an Arabic word.

Mubarak meaning is considered as congratulations, best wishes, or good wishes. Mubarak is also used while greeting the wishes of Eid-ul-Fitr and Eid-ul-Adha to someone.

If we compare “Ramadan Kareem” and “Ramadan Mubarak” the most used terms by most Muslims in the world is Ramadan Mubarak when it comes to wishing someone a Happy Ramadan.

I hope now you understand how to say happy Ramadan in Arabic or how to give Ramadan wishes in Arabic. You may use any of the two terms to wish someone.

Also Read: Ramadan Dua for First 10 days | First 2nd 3rd Ashra of Ramadan

Things to do in Ramadan

In this month Allah increased the worth of 1 goodness (neki) into 10x, which means for doing one good deed or 1 goodness you will get 10 goodnesses (nekiyan).

So let’s know the things to do in Ramadan to gain more goodness for the afterworld.

Read Quran Daily

Recitation of the Holy Quran is the most important part of Islam. Reading Quran brings prosperity, health, cure, and many unimaginable things.

On ordinary days, you get 1 goodness for reading 1 character of the Quran but in Ramadan, you get 10 goodness for every 1 character you read, for e.g. الٓمّۤ‏ 

In the example, it’s written Alif Lam Mim that means on every single (hurf) character you will get 10 goodness with a total of 30 goodness for just reading الٓمّۤ‏ in Ramadan.

Read Quran Daily

Give Charity (Sadqa) & (Zakat)

Diligently do alms (sadqa) and Zakat from your hard earn money as doing sadqa increases your wealth and by doing Zakat you do the cleaning of your wealth.

Surah-al-Baqarah 2, Ayat 261, Allah says the people who spend their wealth in the way of Allah, their example is like they have sowed 1 seed from which 7 branch grows and every branch consists of 100 seeds.

This means doing 1 sadqa will bring into 700x more wealth, there is also a Hadith narrated by Hazrat Abu Qabsa Al Anmari (RA) that Prophet Hazrat Mohammad (ﷺ) said I promise that doing sadqa does not less down your wealth.

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