Ramadan 2019: Ramadan wishes, quotes and greetings messages

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Have you sent your happy Ramadan wishes to friends and family yet? The much anticipated month where the Islamic community will be commemorating the annual festival, through fasting and prayer to Allah, is finally here.

For 30 days, the Islamic community will enter into intense prayer and fasting from dawn to dusk every day to mark the annual event. Devotees will only be allowed freedom of eating before sunrise and after sunset. It is going to be a month-long period of pure reflection and sacrifice as Muslims seek forgiveness and renewal from Allah.

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Happy Ramadan wishes

Muslims do not only observe the event by fasting, but also devote themselves to Allah through self-sacrifice, seeking forgiveness and helping the needy. The festival is one of the five pillars of Islamic religion, the fundamental beliefs that guide the believers of the faith.

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Wishes for Ramadan 2019

Do you have friends or family and would like to send them happy wishes? Here is a list of preferences you may consider using to send a friend or family during this event:

  • Increase in doing good deeds and charity to others. May Allah bring you peace and happiness in your life and your family. Ramadan Mubarak.
  • Let this graceful month enlighten all our darkness, wash away our sorrows, and ease our pains. May our prayers get accepted from the Almighty! Ramzanul Mubarak.
  • Keep the faith and be patient in prayer. Wait for Allah to fulfill your visions.
  • I wish you to be showered with loads of blessings come from our almighty creator Allah.
  • Let this divine season wash away your burden, lighten the darkness and ease the pain you may have at this moment. Allah, the Almighty, will surely bless you with all the best things in life. Just repent, worship and pray. Happy Ramadan!
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  • May this Ramadan enlighten you and clear your understanding and judgment between the right and wrong, between the truths and false. I wish you a Ramadan Mubarak!
  • Ramadan is not only for fasting, but also to feed the hungry, help the needy, guard our tongue, not to judge others and forgive.
  • This month is full of blessing and wisdom. May the greatness of Allah fulfill your desires and dreams. Happy Ramadan.
  • Welcome the month of Ramadan with the heart filled with peace, harmony, and joy. May the blessings of Allah protect and guide you.
  • I pray to Allah that He protect your family from evil and make your kids better person.
  • This beautiful and blissful Ramadan, I want the entire humanity to be safe, happy and peaceful.
  • May this day bring happiness, peace, and prosperity to everyone.
  • Ramadan is a month of Allah, Whose beginning is mercy whose middle is forgiveness whose end is freedom from fire.
  • May the spirit of the Ramadan Illuminate the world and show us the way to peace and harmony.

Happy Ramadan quotes

There are several quotes used to motivate Muslims during the festival. Some of the famous quotes from Prophet Muhammad include:

Wish a peaceful Ramadan to those you love and appreciate.

Find additional famous quotes that will guide you during this period.

  • “Allah says: O you who have believed, decreed upon you is fasting as it was decreed upon those before you that you may become righteous.” [2:185].
  • “Have you ever wondered why we’re happy in Ramadan? Because we do what we were created to do.” — Sh. Alaa Elsayed.
  • “We observe that in the scriptures, fasting almost always is linked with prayer. Without prayer, fasting is not complete fasting; it’s simply going hungry.” — Joseph B. Wirthlin.
  • “Periodic fasting can help clear up the mind and strengthen the body and the spirit.” — Ezra Taft Benson.
  • “Turn your face towards the Sacred Mosque; and wherever you are, turn your faces towards it.” The Holy Koran [ 2:150].

Greetings for Ramadan

What are some of the standard greetings and blessings said to Muslim family and friends on this auspicious event? During the holy month of prayer and fasting, Muslims have specific ways of addressing each other. However, some people do not know how to greet their friends. We take a look at the standard greetings you can tell a Muslim commemorating the event.

‘Ramadan Mubarak’

It is the same as saying, Happy or blessed Ramadan, where Muslims pray for blessings. The best reply for this greeting is “Khair Mubarak,” which means you wish goodness to the person who greeted you.

‘Ramadan Kareem’
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This greeting also means Generous Ramadan. It is used to wish people many good rewards during the holy month. You can also greet someone by saying ‘Ramadan Kareem Mubarak.’

‘Ramadan Mubarak’

This means Blessed Ramadan, may Ramadan bring us blessings. It’s the equivalent of saying, Happy Ramadan.

‘Ramadan Kareem’

This means Generous Ramadan, wishing people many good rewards during the month.

Other wishes and greetings

  • There are many other things that can be said to those observing Ramadan.
  • Typical examples could include:
  • May this Ramadan be as bright as ever.
  • May the Spirit of Ramadan stay in our heart and illuminate our soul from within. Happy Ramadan!
  • May the crescent-shaped moon brighten your path toward enlightenment and may Allah bless you with peace and grace. Wishing you a Happy Ramadan!
  • Welcome the month of Ramadan with a heart filled with peace, harmony, and joy. May the divine blessings of Allah protect and guide you
  • May this Ramadan bring joy, health and wealth to you
  • On the month of Ramadan, I am wishing you four weeks of blessings, 30 days of clemency, and 720 hours of enlightenment. Happy Ramadan!
  • As the month of Ramadan starts, talk respectfully, treat others kindly, walk modestly and pray sincerely. May Allah bless you and your family
  • May Allah always guide you all throughout your journey in life. I wish this Ramadan will infuse you with courage that will help you be triumphant over the adversities of life. Happy Ramadan!
  • As you fast and offer prayers to Allah, may you find your peace and happiness. Have a peaceful and happy Ramadan!
  • Wishing you all the blessings of the holy month.
  • May the crescent-shaped moon brighten your path toward enlightenment and may Allah bless you with peace and grace. Wishing you a Happy Ramadan!
  • As you feast on your Iftar, I pray nothing but good health and prosperity in your family and friends. May you share it with love on your loved ones.

It has been a tradition to see people send their happy Ramadan wishes to family and friends through phone messages and social media platforms. Now you know the best wishes, quotes, and greetings to send a friend or a relative during this auspicious month.

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