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Ramadan Mubarak

For many, Ramadan is a time to feel closer to God, pray, spend time with loved ones, support charities and remember those less fortunate while fasting. Learn more about Muslim cultural traditions, and check out our Nestlé recipes to be enjoyed after sundown!

Ramadan Mubarak

For many, Ramadan is a time to feel closer to God, pray, spend time with loved ones, support charities and remember those less fortunate while fasting. Learn more about Muslim cultural traditions, and check out our Nestlé recipes to be enjoyed after sundown!

Wish your Muslim friends a happy holiday!

If you have a Muslim friend, wish them a happy Ramadan, or “Ramadan Mubarak.” You can also say, “Ramadan Kareem,” which means “blessed Ramadan.” When Ramadan concludes after 30 days with the Eid al-Fitr celebration, it’s appropriate to say, “Eid Mubarak,” which means “Happy Eid.”

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Iftar Ramadan
Ramadan is the month of fasting. Fasting is one of the Five Pillars of Islam. During Ramadan, fasting isn’t just accomplished by abstaining from food and drink, it also involves refraining from sinful acts such as cursing, lying, and bad intentions.
Ramadan Calendar
Ramadan falls on the ninth lunar month in the Islamic Calendar. Therefore, the month of Ramadan rotates every year.
Muslim Praying
The beginning of a fast is initiated with a prayer of intention. Ramadan is believed to be the month in which the Holy Qur’an was revealed to Prophet Muhammad, as a guidance for all mankind.
Dates
Eating dates is a popular way to break the fast. The health benefits of dates are vast. They contain natural sugars, are high in fibre, are excellent for digestion, high in countless vitamins and nutrients.
Infaq - Charity box
Ramadan is celebrated with generosity and giving. The reward for charity and benevolence in this month are immense. It is known as a month of humbleness and simplicity, and to remember those who are less fortunate than us.
Ramadan lights