All the Muslim adults will do fastingall over the month excludingthe ones those are suffering from illness, pregnant women, diabetic pat...
All the Muslim adults will do fastingall over the month excludingthe ones those are suffering from illness, pregnant women, diabetic patients, and breastfeeding or traveling. Fasting happens from dawn until the dusk as they desist from consuming food, liquids, smoking and other sexual doings. The food and drink are consumed by the Muslims holding fasting only before the sun rise and after the sunset.
In the middle, they will strictly follow the rules and hold fasting all the day. Rewards for fasting during the 1 month period of Ramadan are strongly believed to increase during this month. Fasting is said to pass on the heart away from issues and other things that are going on around them and in the world, it is assumed to wash the soul by releasing it from all the wicked impurities that may detriment it.
he doing of fasting performed by most of the Muslims also aids as a moral of practicing self-discipline and self-control and sacrificing oneself and feeling empathy for those less prosperous as well.
According to the rules of fasting during this period, people take two meals in a day. Only consuming the food for twice is allowed for Muslims during Ramadan. The meal which is consumed before sunrise is called suhoor while the meal after sunset is called iftar. Everyoneis expected to follow these rules on fasting except the ones as mentioned above.
Permitted Food to be consumed
People who are fasting on Ramadan are instructed to eat carbohydrates since it graduallydischarges energy into the body. However, they are cautioned about eating food which isgreat in fat and sugar.
In this period, the Muslims are allowed to eat are oats, wheat, lentils, baked samosas, milk-based puddings, dumplings and grilled meat. Fried food is avoided because they are unhealthy and could make a person even hungrier.
Staying Healthy and Active During Ramadan
Some nutritionists say that there are few secrets to preserving a healthy body during the whole month of Ramadan fasting. Apart from evading unhealthy and spicy, delicious foods, having sufficient sleep are a greatrelief for people who are fasting.
The people who are fasting must drink adequate water. People who are not having sufficient water can cause dehydration and inflating of the stomach, particularly after eating the meal at the finish of the day.
The End of Ramadan (Ramzan)
After offering prayers, fasting and following all the rules, people will commence celebrating the festival Ramzan. Celebrations begin in the end of Ramadan with Muslim folks gathering for giant meals, offering gifts and mercifully forgiving each other’s past mistakes. Also, they show gratitude towards the almighty Allah for helping them get through Ramadan.
Here are some best quotes that tell how people show behave and live and it also bestows the significance of the festival.
1) Ramadan Kareem! (Noble (or Generous) Ramadan!)
2) Ramadan Mubarak! (Blessed Ramadan!)
3) Kul ‘am wa enta bi-khair! (May every year find you in good health!)
Ramadan 2017 Rules to be Followed
- Ramadan is the month of worship, not sleep!
- The key to productivity is consistency! Stay consistent during Ramadan!
- Energize during your fast with wudhu, salah and Qur'an!
- Ramadan is the month of sharing, not the month of hoarding!!
- Make the most of the last 10 days of Ramadan with worship, not shopping!
- Ramadan is the month of mercy, not wrestling matches!
- No eating, drinking, smoking or sex between sunrise (fajr) and sunset (maghrib)
- Curb undesirable emotions such as anger, greed, envy, lust, and refrain from gossip.
- Keep thoughts and actions pure and use the time of fasting for spiritual contemplation.
- Be charitable and help those in need.
- Visit friends and family members.
What are the things that does not break the fast ??
These are the holy doubts and queries that people meet everyday during the Ramadan Month so we have listed out that What does not break the fast during the Ramadan Fasting
If anyone forgets that he is fasting and eats or drinks, he should complete his fast, for it is only Allah who has fed him and given him drink. (A Hadith from Muslim).
a) Breaking of fast under un-exceptional conditions:
- Unintentional vomiting. [Swallowing things which are not possible to avoid, such as one’s saliva, street dust, smoke, etc.]
- Brushing the teeth.
- Injection or intra-venous which is solely medical and not nutritional.
b) Breaking of fast under exceptional conditions:
- Muslims are permitted to break the ordained fast of Ramadan when there is danger to their health. In this situation a Muslim should make up his fast later at any other time of the year.
Who Are Excepted From Ramadan 2017 Fasting ? ?
The Ramadan 2017 Fasting is mandatory on every Muslim who is sane, adult, able and resident. The following exemptions apply:
- The Insane
- Children who are not adolescent yet
- The elderly and chronically ill for whom fasting is unreasonably strenuous; Such persons are required to feed at least one poor person every day in Ramadan for which he or she has missed fasting.
- Pregnant women and nursing may postpone the fasting at a later time
- The ill and the travelers can also defer their fasting.Allah says in the Qur’an, Surah Al-Baqara:
- But if anyone is ill, or on a journey, the prescribed period should be made up by days later. Allah intends every facility for you; He does not want to put you to difficulties.’
- Women during the period of menstruation or of post childbirth confinement. Fasting during these periods is forbidden and should be made up later, a day for a day.
These are the Exceptions for the Ramadan Fasting and the Fasting Rules and regulations are not applicable for them according to the great Quran
Hope you all are aware of the Ramadan 2017 fasting rules and regulations that are to be followed by all the Islams/Muslims during the Ramadan Month 2017 and you can also follow our remedies that we have mentioned for the exceptional breaking of fasting rules.