Happy Muslim Ramadan
All Muslim around the world is starting celebrate the holiest month Ramadan, in which period one can get closer to God and have a chance to make up their sins. If you are non-Muslim, you must will notice your Muslim friends lifestyle is different in next few days. Here we grab the chance to let you have a better idea of Ramadan.
1.What is Ramadan
Ramadan is the holiest month for Muslim,Starting in the ninth month of in the Islamic calendar which considered the best time by Prophet Muhammad. When the new moon appear in the sky, start the Ramadan.
2.What will Muslim do in Ramadan
In this month, all the Muslim will fast from food, drink, cigarette, sex and other misconduct like fighting, lying. Those who are not able to do the fast like pregnant women, little child, ill or old are exempted. Muslim believe fasting is a good way to train their body and spirit and also can get God-awareness.
Muslim will praying, reciting Qu’ran and fast from food from the sunrise to sunset, after sunset, they will break the fast to eat some Iftar at home, in relatives house, in Mosque with others Muslim or even with other religious people, they share faith, thoughts with each other and also donate food to the poor.
3.Etiquette for Non-Muslim
Do you have Muslim friends or colleague? If yes, you may wondering if you should do fasting with them and what to avoid. There are two tips for you to earn some cool points.
(1)You need not to fasting, they will not mind. But remember not to eat and drink in your entire day.
(2) Don’t try to give your friend comforts like, “ I need fasting, i want to loose weight”, your friend will not happy to hear it, because he or she will getting on some weight due to eating too much when breaking the fasting.
4. Holiday after Ramadan-Eid-al-Fitr
At the end of Ramadan, comes the Eid-al-Fitr, start when the new moon appear again, Eid-al-Fitr is a holiday after Ramadan, all Muslim will get together with families and friends, hold banquet and give little gift to each other.
5.Small gift for Eid-al-Fitr---Muslim Jewelry
It is the time for you to prepare the gift of Eid-al-Fitr for your Muslim friends and family. Muslim jewelry will be a meaningful and precious gift for you to express your caring and love.