Ramadan considered the holiest month in the religion of Islam, is about to knock. In the month of Ramadan, Muslims observe fast or fast and pray to Allah with devotion. According to Islamic beliefs, Ramadan begins after seeing the moon. This year Ramadan is expected to start in India from 24 or 25 April. If the moon of Ramadan is seen on 24 April, then the first Rosa will be kept on 25 April, otherwise, it will be the first Rosa on 26 April.

How We Celebrate It.

Muslims fast for 29 or 30 days according to the month of Ramadan, that is, the date of the moon. After the moon of Ramadan is seen, the morning is eaten and kept fast before the sun goes out. Whereas iftar occurs after the sunsets. People who keep fasting cannot eat or drink anything between Sahari and Iftar.
In Islam, the month of Ramzan is considered to be the holiest month. This is the 9th month of the Islamic calendar. In the month of Ramadan, Allah’s book ‘Quran Sharif’ landed on Nazil i.e. So during the month of Ramadan, Muslims spend most of their time offering Namaz and the Quran.
Taraweeh i.e. a special namaz is also recited in mosques in Ramadan. However, this time due to Coronavirus, people will not be able to offer Namaz together in mosques. The religion of Islam holds that in the month of Ramadan, the doors of the heavens are opened and the doors of the world are closed. Allah blesses the person of prayer and worshiper. In the holy month of Ramadan, crimes are spared
It is believed that the month of Ramadan teaches humans to control themselves. In Ramadan, Muslims pray to Allah and ask forgiveness of their sins. It is said that the prayers performed in this month yield 70 times more than the rest of the months.
Muslims across the world began the Pak month of Ramadan on Friday amid lockdown enforced in the wake of the Coronavirus where unprecedented restrictions on family mobilization and mass prayers are in place (refusal by some countries to accept these restrictions has led to increased infection This has created apprehension. This year, this Pak month of fasting freaks the gaiety of many people in Asia, West Asia, and North America. Will.
Extensive restrictions have been placed on gathering at mosques to visit to offer namaz or to meet friends and relatives for iftar in the evening. These restrictions have dimmed the euphoria of the festival in Indonesia, the country’s largest Muslim-majority country, where religious organizations in the country have called on devotees to celebrate it at home. Indonesian housewife Fitria Famela said,
“This Ramadan is very different – it is not like a festival.” He said, “I am disappointed that I cannot go to the mosque, what can we do?” The world is different now. ”
However, some religious leaders in Asia with more than half of the world’s Muslim population have denied apprehensions about the spread of Kovid-19. The top Islamic organization in Indonesia’s conservative Aceh province has publicly opposed the national order of stay at home. Several thousand Namazis took part in the evening prayers on Thursday at the largest mosque in the region’s capital, Banda Aseh, although the crowd was less than usual.
Some said they are not afraid because they are wearing masks and maintaining social distance. The increased risk of the virus in large religious gatherings has been shown in recent weeks through a period of infection in Asia that has been linked to separate large Islamic gatherings in Malaysia, Pakistan, and India.
At the same time, the World Health Organization has appealed to ban some activities of Ramadan to limit connectivity. But religious leaders in Bangladesh have opposed the effort to reduce the number of people visiting mosques and devotees in Pakistan was seen in large numbers in mosques where they were seated close and social distance before the start of Ramadan. Looked like ignoring the rule.
Maulana Mohammed Shukri Mohammed, the top Islamic in Malaysia’s conservative Kelantan state, plans to postpone Iftar with public prayers and family even if he does not have to face his six children and 18 grandchildren.
He said, “This is the first time in my life that I have not been able to go to the mosque. But we must accept it and follow the rules of the social distance to save our lives. ”
Muslim-majority Malaysia has implemented a strict lockdown until mid-May where mosques, schools, and most businesses are closed. The threat of coronavirus is expected to increase in neighboring Indonesia when millions of people visit their hometown and village by the end of Ramadan. Due to this fear, the country with a population of 26 crore people was forced to ban the annual migration. Jakarta resident Eric Fabrien said he relies on computers to keep in touch with his family members outside the city.

To maintain good health during Ramadan, Some important things to keep in mind –

  •      Eat Fiber-rich Things

In the holy month of Ramadan, while eating and having Iftar, only eat less greasy chajas. In the meantime, to make yourself feel satisfied throughout the day.

  •      Lemonade

Open your Roza in the evening with a glass of lemonade mixed with salt and sugar, this will not cause a shortage of water in your body.

  •      Dates

Dates are traditionally and also important for health as they are rich in energy sources and important nutrients. But diabetics should avoid taking dates. In addition, people who have problems with lactose can consume soy milk instead of regular milk.

  •      Do not eat anything one hour before bed

Do not eat anything for one hour before sleeping at night. Avoid doing this. By doing this you will get good sleep at night.

  •      Do not forget to take medicine

Patients with heart disease, breathing, diabetes can change the time of taking the medicine but do not forget to take your medicine. Doing so can have a bad effect on your health.

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