Ramadan 2017

Ramadan SMS | Quotes and Sayings | Ramzan Text Message

The Holy Month of Ramadan is simply going to come .The month of Ramadan is one of remarkable month in Islamic Calendar.

It’s always a pleasure to send or receive compliments in respect of welcoming Ramdan , so we have compiled a good list of Ramadan SMS Messages .

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There are some selection of Ramadan SMS, Quotes, Poem and Wishes below.

Ramadan  2014 SMS 

Wishing u 1 month of ramadan,

4 weeks of barkat,
30 days of forgiveness,
720 hours of guidance,
43200 minutes of purification,
2592000 secs of Nuur..!!

The Holy Koran [ 2:150 ]

“… turn your face towards the Sacred Mosque; and wherever you are, turn your faces towards it… ”
Wishing you all the blessings from Allah and praying for a blessed Ramadan !

Happy Ramadan to All.

May Allah bless you
in this holy month.
Ramadan Kareem.

Ramadan brings blessings to muslims. alhamdulillah !

it is coming again among us with peace, blessings, guidance , tolerance , self control , piety & purity . Ya Allah ! accept us, our fasting ;
pardon our sins & bless us with your guidance .
Certainly, You are Kind & Oft-forgiving . Aameen !!

 SIMPLE and SMALL Commitments for Ramzan 

Think before speaking.

Don’t see movies for time passing.

Don’t waste Dua time by opening TV before Aftaar.

Avoid anger cum conflict with people by deferring the issue or immediate resolution.

May Allah enable us to reap ramzan benefits. Aameen’

 

May this Ramadan bring in you the most brightest

and choicest happiness and love you have ever wished for
May the festival of lights brighten up yours and your near and dear ones lives.
RAMADAN MUBARAK

Ramadan  2014 Quotes

“He deserves Paradise who makes his companions laugh.” Quran

“Any mankind is naught but a single.” Quran

“Fear God and he will give you knowledge.” Quran

“Allah is with those who restrain themselves.”  Quran

“God is with those who Preserve.” Quran

 

Ramadan  2014 Poems

A new night
of the sacred month
the thin slice of the moon; the crescent
visible only a few minutes
to the naked eye

A sight beautiful
signaling new,
fresh

Greetings one to the other: Ramadan Mubarakh

And a few hours later
sounds of drums
Wake up! Wake up!
have a meal,
a simple glass of water!
Before the first light,
before you begin the fast,
make the intention
Wake up! Wake up!

And the day progresses, a slowing down;
restaurants closed, coffee houses empty.

And workers begin their trek home early

Late afternoon, the speciality stores open
selling the special once a year snacks,
crowds flocking and moving hurriedly
collecting their Iftar (break fast)

And mothers prepare the traditional meals
taking extra time
for the fasting family

Only an hour before the sun sets
city streets empty,
as in a curfew,

And now only a few minutes,
family and friends gather around the table
making small talk
awaiting the moment…silence…

Allah-hu Akbar
Allah-hu Akbar
Allah-hu Akbar
Allah-hu Akbar
(God is great)

Ash-hadu an la illaha illal-lah
Ash-hadu an la illaha illal-lah
(I witness that there is no God except Allah)

Ash-hadu anna Mohammadan rasoolol lah
Ash-hadu anna Mohammadan rasoolol lah
(I witness that Mohammad is the Prophet of Allah)

Hay-ye alas-slat
Hay-ye alas-slat
(Hurry up for prayer)

Hay-ye alal falah
Hay-ye alal falah
(Hurry up for prosperity)

Allah-hu Akbar
Allah-hu Akbar

La illaha illal-lah
La illaha illal-lah
(There is no God except Allah)

And the siren, signalling the sun dipping below the horizon

And together, some with dates, some with a pinch of salt
“We take this food in the name of Allah, most gracious, ever merciful”

Prayers given
and later friends and family
mill around, some content
others tired, but all happy
on this day of Ramadan…
Peace

 

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