Cute Ramadan greetings, wishes, messages and cards
Over 1.5 billion people celebrate the Muslim holy month of Ramadan every year. Even if you don’t celebrate Ramadan yourself, it’s polite to know how to wish someone a happy Ramadan.
Ramadan Greetings in Arabic
There are a few standard greetings and Ramadan wishes that are encouraging to Muslims during Ramadan. Take a look at the most common Ramadan greetings in Arabic and what they mean in English.
The most common greeting during Ramadan is Ramadan Mubarak. It essentially means “blessed Ramadan” or “happy Ramadan.”
Ramadan Kareem means “have a generous Ramadan” or “noble Ramadan.” It can also mean “may Ramadan be generous to you.” Some people believe that it’s most appropriate to use this greeting before or after the holy month, and not during Ramadan itself.
Ramadan Wishes in English
You can wish someone a Happy Ramadan even if you don’t speak Arabic. These phrases have been translated from Arabic and are common ways for non-Muslims to wish their friends and neighbors a blessed holy month. You can choose one of the following:
- 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.
- May this Ramadan bring joy, health and wealth to you.
- May this Ramadan be as bright as ever.
- I wish you four weeks of blessings, 30 days of clemency and 720 hours of enlightenment. Happy Ramadan!
- May the Spirit of Ramadan stay in our hearts and illuminate our souls from within.
- 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.
- As you fast and offer prayers to Allah, may you find your peace and happiness.
- Have a peaceful and happy Ramadan.
These phrases are great in conversation and in written form. Those celebrating Ramadan will appreciate your reaching out to them and learning more about their celebration.
Basic Facts About Ramadan
Now that you know how to wish someone a happy Ramadan, take a moment to learn more about Ramadan itself. Understanding why Muslims regard Ramadan as the most sacred time of the year and other Arab culture rules will help you choose the most appropriate greeting.
The holy month of Ramadan celebrates the time in A.D. 610 when God revealed the Quran to the Prophet Muhammad. This sacred period invites Muslims to renew their spiritual relationship with God and to practice self-discipline.
Ramadan takes place during the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, which follows the lunar calendar. It is announced when a sighting committee spots the new crescent moon.
Ramadan ends with the next crescent moon, which begins Eid-al-Fitr.
Celebrating Ramadan includes fasting from sunrise to sunset. The fast only applies to able-bodied Muslims, as children, pregnant women, those with health conditions, and the elderly are not expected to fast.
Fasting during Ramadan also includes refraining from negative thoughts, smoking and sexual activity.
If you are visiting an Islamic nation, but do not celebrate Ramadan, you should not eat or drink in public spaces during the holy month.
More elaborate Ramadan greetings for parents, spouses, siblings etc:
- The Holy Quran descended this month, bringing with it the guide for humankind. Its texts are pure; its teachings are classic. May this Ramadan help you make the proper judgment. May the holy month categorize truth from falsehood. Happy Ramadan mother.
- May this divine month of Ramadan erase your sinful past and bless the heart with love, kindness, and mercy. Happy Ramadan brother.
- Fulfill the purpose of Ramadan this year, literate yourself of the divine Supreme, stay conscious of His power, fear Him because Allah is the greatest in this world. Ramadan Mubarak sister.
- Worship Allah this Ramadan because He never rejects the prayers of a fasting person, a father, or a pilgrim. Happy Ramadan my wife.
- Stay true to your beliefs, imbibe the preaching of Islam. May the end of this Ramadan mark the beginning of a new journey towards Jannah because an end is never ‘The End’. Ramadan Mubarak my husband.
- May you become a practicing Muslim this Ramadan. May the festival mold your desires and shape your heart. Ramadan Mubarak to you.
- Like the month of harvest reaps the seeds of your hard work, may this Ramadan reap the seeds of your good deeds. Ramadan Kareem to all of you.
- By His grace, we stand here; by His grace, we are fed. May He bestow blessings on us, and we shall celebrate Ramadan next year. Happy Ramadan to you child.
- May this month fill your heart with mercy, your soul become kind, politeness take over your arrogance, and this Ramadan be your guide in life, son.
- May this Ramadan we all follow the teachings of Islam, avoid argument, don’t witness wrong, don’t commit sins, be a pure soul and a heart.
- Accept your weakness; Allah will provide you strength. This Ramadan, leave your arrogance behind, for He will bless your humble heart. Ramadan Kareem my kin.
- Ramadan is not about fasting. It is about diving into Allah’s mercy. It is the celebration of the blessings that He bestows on His believers. Happy Ramadan my family.
Top Ramadan messages for friends
- I hope this Ramadan you have a change of heart. May the divine month change your perception. May the festival be your guide when the darkness tries to take over your soul. Ramadan Mubarak friend.
- I pray this Ramadan Allah know all your secrets. May He answer all your prayers, wipe away all your fears, take away all your tears, grant all your wishes, and fulfill all the desires of your heart friend.
- May this holy month bring forgiveness to those who did wrong to you. Your soul rise above all malign intentions. May your heart be set free of all the evils.
- I hope this Ramadan you focus only on Allah and worship Him all your being. Ramadan Mubarak from my family to yours.
- I sincerely pray this divine month illuminate your soul. May Allah shower blessings on you. May the celebrations this year be peaceful for you. Ramadan Kareem friend.
- May the month of Ramadan be cheerful for you. May your humility bring prosperity to you. Ramadan Kareem to you and your family.
- I pray the celebration of this Ramadan be peaceful and solemn for your family.
- Be grateful to Allah and the Iftar meals he provides, and you will never run out of happiness. Happy Ramadan my friend.
- May this divine month bring your family together and multiply your happiness by infinity. Ramadan Mubarak from my family to yours.
- May Allah bless the hands that prepare the feast of Iftar. May they prosper, feed the hungry, and spread love in their surroundings. Ramadan Kareem to you and your family.
- I pray kindness grow in your heart like water in the ocean. May the celebrations of this Ramadan be as vast as the sky above your head. Ramadan Kareem to all your loved ones.
- May this holy month assist you in good deeds. All your sins be forgiven. May your soul find solace in this Ramadan.
- Allah’s love is greater than all the amount of water in this world and all the stars in the sky. This Ramadan, surrender yourself in His praise, and you shall be the happiest person on the Earth.
- Allah is the designer of this world; He is the supreme. Bow your head in His worship, and in this holy month, all the desires in your heart shall be fulfilled. Happy Ramadan brother.
Ramadan wishes in Arabic
- ربما الهلال كن ضوءك الهادي وقوتها ، املأ حياتك ، السلام والنعمة. رمضان مبارك.
Meaning: 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!
Meaning: 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.
Meaning: 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.Meaning: May the spirit of Ramadan bless you with prosperity, wealth and happiness in life! May God forgive all your mistakes and mistakes Happy Ramadan.
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SOURCES: zamzam.com, grammar.yourdictionary.com
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