Ramadhan

Name Origin

The name “Ramadan” is the name of the ninth month; the word itself derived from an Arabic word *rmd as in “ramida” or “ar-ramad” denoting intense heat, scorched ground, and shortness of rations. It is considered the most venerated and blessed month of the Islamic year. Prayers, sawm (fasting), charity, and self-accountability are especially stressed at this time; religious observances associated with Ramadan are kept throughout the month.

Sultan Ahmet Mosque, Istanbul in Ramadan (the writing with lights called mahya).

Sultan Ahmet Mosque, Istanbul in Ramadan (the writing with lights called mahya).

Laylat al-Qadr, which is thought most probable to occur during an odd night in the last 10 days of Ramadan, so it might be the 21, 23, 25, 27, or the 29 of Ramadan, is considered the most holy night of the year. It is the night in which the Quran was sent down to Muhammad. Ramadan ends with the holiday Eid ul-Fitr, on which feasts are held. During the month following Ramadan, called Shawwal, Muslims are encouraged to fast for a further six days (known as “El sitta el beyd” or “the white six”).


Reference : Wikipedia

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8 Respons to “Ramadhan”

  1. shinja Says:

    Salam Ramadhan..
    leh tak ukhti kongsi beberapa tips cmne nk kejut org sahur bg org2 yg susah sangat nk kejutnya..hi3..

  2. ADLI Says:

    Now i knowed. So there is the name of Ramadhan comes from.🙂

  3. irhafiz Says:

    [to shinja]
    tips orang nak bangun sahur…

    mula2 tidur awal
    dalam berwudhu’
    niat untuk bangun sahur pukul berapa.
    harapkan Allah taala mudahkannya.
    kunci jam.
    set dalam kepala untuk bangun pukul berapa…

    biasanya apa yang saya amalkan ini betul2 menjadi..
    kebanyakannya saya akan bangun 1-2 minit awal sebelum jam berbunyi…
    -Allah taala menjadikan manusia dengan sebaik-baik kejadian-

    insya Allah..
    Wallahua’lam.

  4. C@h@Y@ Says:

    Shinja : Terlebih dahulu, selamat datang ucapkan kepada Shinja. Kebetulan, saya juga seperti Irhafiz. Mengamalkan amalan yang sama. Moga dipratikkan. Jangan minta tips saje. (^;6)

    Kepada semua, Shinja, Adli dan Irhafiz, selamat menjalani ibadah puasa.

  5. ADLI Says:

    Ir. Hafiz : Good tips. I’ll try it🙂

    Shinja : Lain kali bagi komen pula ye. hehe.

    Aqeen : Thanx for the wished. Together🙂

  6. Siti Aisyah Says:

    aqeen kene tlg btulkan tatabahasa insan2 yg comment dlm blog ni rasenya.. kuang kuang kuang..😉

  7. Siti Aisyah Says:

    One more thing, I really against the spelling of this blessed month as ‘Ramadan”. If u refer to the original form in arabic, it is using ‘dho’ instead of ‘dal’.. So, pls people (especially Malaysians), don’t change every single words of arabic to become Malay.. Enough of ‘rojakking’ the way of life.. I’m tired..😦

  8. C@h@Y@ Says:

    Aisyah said : Enough of ‘rojakking’ the way of life.. I’m tired..

    Huhu.. nampak penat betul ni. Apa lagi, jom kempen BAHASA BAKU..


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