Happy Ramadan: Best Wishes, Quotes and Greetings in English and Arabic

Happy Ramadan: Best Wishes, Quotes and Greetings in English and Arabic

The Islamic calendar’s ninth month is called Ramadan. It goes by a number of names, including the month of repentance, forgiveness, faith, and mercy. Muslims fast during Ramadan by abstaining from food and liquids from the time of the Fajr prayer until dusk.

A very joyous time of year is Ramadan. It’s a season when hosting and amusement are prioritized. Having an iftar party at home is a common way for people to break fast together. In America, mosques usually host a catered iftar meal or potluck dinner where attendees contribute money together.

Muslims love to spread the spiritual, peaceful, and joyful vibes of Ramadan to others by sending greetings and well wishes. Learn the ideal Ramadan greetings to send to your loved ones, family, and friends.

It’s crucial to keep in mind that Eid al Fitr is a holiday and Ramadan is an observance when wishing someone a happy Ramadan.

“We are all born with spiritual wings, Islam simply reminds us how to fly.”

by A. Helwa, Secrets of Divine Love: A Spiritual Journey into the Heart of Islam

“As long as your heart is beating, you have a purpose. God is intentional, so He does not keep anyone on Earth that doesn’t have to be here; if we are blessed with more life, it is because someone in the world needs us. If we are alive, it means that what we were sent to this Earth to create has not yet been accomplished.”

by A. Helwa, Secrets of Divine Love: A Spiritual Journey into the Heart of Islam

“Ramadan is not only to stay thirsty and hungry; it is also to realize the real thirsty and hungry ones to help; it is true worship.”

by Ehsan Sehgal

“The greatest iftar is

to break the fast of apathy,

with the feast of affection.”

― Abhijit Naskar, Visvavictor: Kanima Akiyor Kainat

“We are all born with spiritual wings, Islam simply reminds us how to fly.”

― A. Helwa, Secrets of Divine Love: A Spiritual Journey into the Heart of Islam

“As long as your heart is beating, you have a purpose. God is intentional, so He does not keep anyone on Earth that doesn’t have to be here; if we are blessed with more life, it is because someone in the world needs us. If we are alive, it means that what we were sent to this Earth to create has not yet been accomplished.”

― A. Helwa, Secrets of Divine Love: A Spiritual Journey into the Heart of Islam

“Tomorrow is the start of Ramadan, a month of daily fasting, broken by an iftar, a special meal after sunset and a bite before sunrise. Han has told her that the idea behind the fast of Ramadan is to remind everyone of the poor and less fortunate, a time of charity, compassion, abstinence, and forgiveness. And even though Um-Nadia claims to have no religion and many of their customers are Christians, they all like to eat the traditional foods prepared throughout the Middle East to celebrate the nightly fast-breaking during Ramadan. There are dishes like sweet qatayif crepes and cookies and creamy drinks and thick apricot nectar.”

― Diana Abu-Jaber, Crescent

“In Arabic, the word fitna, meaning “hardship,” stems from the word fatanah, which means “to test gold, burn with fire.” Just as gold is heated to extract valuable elements from the useless surrounding material, it is through the fire of our trials that our golden essence is unearthed.”

― A. Helwa, Secrets of Divine Love: A Spiritual Journey into the Heart of Islam

Did you know that 6 month prior to Ramadan the Sahaba’s used to make du’a to Allah that He would let them reach Ramadan. After Ramadan they used to make du’a for 6 month that Allah would accept their fasting and good deeds.

Today is the first day of Sha’ban and Ramadan is not too far off. You might be wondering where the time has gone, and might feel a bit overwhelmed or even afraid of the long hours of fasting. You might also be asking yourself, “what have I done so far to prepare myself for this blessed month?”

Many times we focus too much on the aspect of planning our meals for this month, but Ramadan is not the month of cooking, it is the month when the Quran was sent down, a month of worship. So let’s put the menu planning on the side, and prioritize on how we can prepare our hearts for this glorious month.

Something you can start right now is to follow the Sahaba’s example and make that same du’a until we reach Ramadan.

“Allahumma Balighna Ramadan”

“Oh Allah let us reach Ramadan”

― Cristina Tarantino, Be Successful This Ramadan

“Ramadan is a time to detach from worldly pleasures and focus on our spiritual growth and connection with Allah”

― Rasti Bahadin

“Tomorrow is the start of Ramadan, a month of daily fasting, broken by an iftar, a special meal after sunset and a bite before sunrise. Han has told her that the idea behind the fast of Ramadan is to remind everyone of the poor and less fortunate, a time of charity, compassion, abstinence, and forgiveness. And even though Um-Nadia claims to have no religion and many of their customers are Christians, they all like to eat the traditional foods prepared throughout the Middle East to celebrate the nightly fast-breaking during Ramadan. There are dishes like sweet qatayif crepes and cookies and creamy drinks and thick apricot nectar.”

― Diana Abu-Jaber, Crescent

“In Brussel hangt nu Ramadan verlichting in de straten… De omvolking volgens het boekje: ons volk wordt vervangen door een ander volk en samen met het verdwijnende volk wordt ook de cultuur, manier van leven, tradities en identiteit vervangen…”

― Filip Dewinter

You can learn more about how to communicate with Arabs on this holy occasion by sending them Arabic wishes and greetings during Ramadan. Here are some phrases that Arabs use to congratulate one another during Ramadan:

It is the most popular greeting in the Arab world, which stands for in English: “Have a generous Ramadan”.

Arabs commonly say it in formal or informal greetings. In English, it means: “Have a blessed Ramadan”.

This expression is similar to “Ramadan Mubarak”. It stands for “May this month be a blessed one”.

For wishing goodness for others, Muslims use this expression which stands for: “I wish you goodness every Ramadan”.

This is a common phrase used by Muslims in the Arab world on various occasions, including Eid Al Fitr and Eid Al Adha, in addition to Ramadan. In English, it means “I wish you goodness every year.”

It is a wish that Muslims say as a dua. It means: “May Allah accept our righteous deeds”.

Ramadan Mubarak!

Happy Ramadan!

Ramadan Kareem

Eid Mubarak!

Enjoy a peaceful Ramadan.

I wish you an easy fast.

Happy Ramadan and Eid al-Fitr!

I wish you a merciful Ramadan.

May your iftar be filled with wonderful food, family, and friends!

I hope you find everything you seek this Ramadan.

I wish you compassion and devotion during the day, and nourishment and community at night. Happy Ramadan!

May your good deeds be rewarded during Ramadan.

I hope all of your wishes come true this Ramadan on the Night of Power.

May this Ramadan bring you closer to God and your loved ones.

Allow God to bear witness to your sacrifice and devotion this Ramadan.

I hope Ramadan brings you clarity and the connection you seek.

May your Holy Month be filled with good deeds, thoughtful duas, and wonderful people.

Wishing you a blessed Ramadan!

May goodness be reflected in everything you do this Ramadan.

Have a rejuvenating Ramadan!

I hope your iftar filled you with love and nourishment.

I hope this Eid al-Fitr is as sweet as you!

May all your duas come true!

Lots of duas for you during Ramadan and every day!

Here’s to many more holidays together!

May Ramadan’s light be with you every day.

May the joy we share as a family on holidays be with us every day.

Happy Ramadan to an amazing coworker!

May the light of Ramadan help you through your darkest nights.

Happy Ramadan to my life and the light of my life.

Love and light throughout Ramadan and every day.

Peace, Joy, and Love. Ramadan Mubarak.

May we remember everything that is important this Ramadan.

I hope that this Ramadan makes us more generous, accepting, and kind than we were last year.

May all of the world’s worries vanish this Ramadan.

It’s the most hopeful time of the year. Good Ramadan, Kareem.

May all of your duas come true this Ramadan.

What is the point of a holiday if there is no hope? Ramadan Mubarak. May your hopes and dreams come true.

Happy Ramadan. May we lead our lives in accordance with the teachings of the Quran and the Prophet Muhammad.

I hope this Ramadan is exactly what your soul needs.

We may live far apart, but our hearts will always be family. Many happy wishes for Ramadan.

We remember all of the people who are suffering around the world and pray for a better tomorrow. Happy Ramadan.

We will never go too far to deliver you a plate of iftar! Ramadan Mubarak!

May this be the best Ramadan yet. Happy Ramadan.

May we enter the month of Ramadan with safety, faith, and peace.

I love you to the moon and back during Ramadan!

May your Ramadan be fruitful.

May your efforts in Ramadan be recognized, and may you be granted everything you seek.

Enjoy a wonderful Ramadan and a blessed Eid.

Wishing you peace, love, and joy during Ramadan and Eid.

I hope you have an amazing holiday. Eid Mubarak!

I wish you the best that Ramadan has to offer.

This month, may you enjoy listening to the Quran recited melodiously.

May the Quranic month fill your heart with contentment.

Wishing you a happy Eid al-Fitr!

May this Ramadan heal our broken hearts and teach us to love better.

May God bring us together and unite us in our faith this Ramadan.

May your fast be accepted.

Have a blessed Ramadan and Eid al Fitr.

Never stop believing. Ramadan Mubarak!

Family, faith, and fasting. I wish you a happy Ramadan!

May the light of Ramadan shine in our homes all year.

I wish you health, wealth, and happiness this Ramadan.

May this be your best Ramadan yet.

Hard work pays off. Eid Mubarak!

May Ramadan nights inspire you to shine your light brightly!

I wish you a productive Ramadan. Have a blessed Holy Month.

Welcome, Ramadan, our honored guest!

From year to year, we wish you Eid cheer!

You illuminate my life like a Ramadan lantern!

My favorite person to break fast with is you.

There is no place I would rather be than under the Ramadan stars with you.

We’re as compatible as dates and water.

You make every day feel like Eid.

I hope the family enjoys every bit of this month of joy this Ramadan. Thus, the following are my warmest regards to your parents, siblings, brothers, and sisters:

Enjoy your happy Ramadan. I beseech Allah to shower you with kindness and blessings this month.

I hope you have a successful Ramadan. May Allah make it easier to pray, fast, and recite the Quran.

I beseech Allah to hear all of your prayers and reward all of your good deeds this month. To you, a happy Ramadan.

I hope your Ramadan is peaceful. May Allah make the prophet Muhammad (PBUH) our companion.

I hope you have a joyous Ramadan. May Allah accept us, show us mercy, pardon, and blessings.

To everyone of you, happy Ramadan. I beseech Allah to replace your sadness with happiness and to illuminate your heart with faith.

I hope that this year’s Ramadan marks the beginning of a new chapter of obedience. Greetings on Ramadan, my sibling.

I ask Allah to make us observe the night of power as he makes us witness Ramadan this year. Greetings on Ramadan.

I hope that this year’s Ramadan brings you forgiveness, mercy, and salvation from hell. Greetings on Ramadan, my friend.

I’m wishing my closest friend a successful Ramadan that is full of goodness and blessings.

Enjoy a joyous and tranquil month of Ramadan. I beseech Allah to accept all of your good deeds.

May the light of this holy month shine upon your heart with piety and faith.

Happy Ramadan, my friends. May Allah embrace both of us.

During this holy month, I pray that Allah uplifts your spirits, pardons all of your transgressions, and fortifies your faith.

My friend, may all of your prayers during this holy month come to pass. I hope your Ramadan is blessed.

My friend, may this Ramadan mark the start of something better. I beseech Allah to reward all of your good works.

You can send the most exquisite duas—Ramadan wishes prayers—to everyone you care about. The top ones are as follows:

I hope that you heard prayers, pardoned sins, and accepted good deeds.

I hope you become closer to Allah during this Ramadan. To you, a happy Ramadan.

May Allah fill your heart with tranquility, happiness, faith, and peace during this holy month.

May Allah enter paradise as a reward for our good deeds during Ramadan and may they serve as a catalyst for our rescue from the fire.

I beseech Allah to make your fast easier and give you the courage to carry out all good deeds throughout Ramadan.

I beseech Allah to bolster your faith and engulf your heart with the light of the Quran. I hope your Ramadan is blessed.

ربما الهلال كن ضوءك الهادي وقوتها ، املأ حياتك ، السلام والنعمة. رمضان مبارك.

English: May the crescent moon be your guiding light and strength, fill your life, peace and grace. Ramadan Mubarak.

بينما تصوم وتقدِّم الصلاة إلى الله ، قد تجد سلامتك وسعادتك. استمتعوا برمضان سلمي وسعيد!

English: As you fast and offer prayer to God, may you find your peace and happiness. Enjoy a peaceful and happy Ramadan!

انت لست وحدك. الله دائما معك ، لإرشادك وأحبك. سعيد رمضان.

English: You are not alone. God is always with you, to guide you and love you. Happy Ramadan.

نرجو أن تبارككم روح رمضان بالازدهار والثروة والسعادة في الحياة! الله يعفو عن كل خطأك وأخطائك رمضان سعيد.

English: May the spirit of Ramadan bless you with prosperity, wealth and happiness in life! May God forgive all your mistakes and mistakes Happy Ramadan.

The month of Ramadan is dedicated to combating our inner demons. Wishes help purge negative thoughts from your heart and are a part of doing good deeds. It centers the soul to think positively about other people.

It is acceptable for non-Muslims to wish their Muslim friends a happy Ramadan. Muslims offer prayers to Allah during this holy month in order to atone for their sins, purify their souls, and perform good deeds.

The most common means of greeting is Ramadan Mubarak, which translates to having a blessed Ramadan.

I wish you a divine and blissful Ramzan, may you achieve whatever you want in your life.

Happy Iftar! May your fast bring you closer to Allah. 2. I wish you and your family a blessed and easy Ramadan fast. Enjoy your Iftar. 3. Happy Iftar, my family. May Allah give food to the poor and to us every day.

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