As we are stepping into the last quarter of the glorious month of Ramadan, Muslims are expected to tighten their belts and increase their acts of worship by reading more of the Quran, spending longer times in prayers, doing more
Fasting during the month of Ramadan is mandatory upon all Muslims except breastfeeding mothers, pregnant women, children, elderly and critically ill. Fasting is the fourth pillar of Islam and a blessing to humanity. Whilst fasting, Muslims are expected to desist
The month of Ramadan is also the month of the Holy Quran. One of the acts strongly encouraged in this month is strengthening our relationship with the Quran by reading through its glorious pages as much as we can. The
Laylatul Qadr is the night of decree and it is described in the Quran as ‘better than a thousand months’. It is on this day that any good deed done is multiplied. As said ‘One good deal equals to those
Abstaining from food and drink during the Holy month has its challenges but also has its rewards. The benefits of fasting are well documented from healthy weightloss to its rejuvenating effect on the digestive system. However, we still need to
Food shopping for Ramadan will always be a great task for individuals and households. Some foods have a shorter life span thereby if not consumed quickly, it might spoil. During Ramadan, we tend to purchase a lot of food products.
Preparing for Ramadan has always proved to be one of the major challenges in life. As we approach Ramadan, we always wonder, if we’ll be able to get through it; how to cope on the first few days. Here are