Assalamualaikum all, I would like to take today’s opportunity to start compiling a series of the best Ramadan Quotes for our reference – especially when the holy month of Ramadan comes.
I’m not sure about you, but I’ve always felt time flies very fast. Every year, Ramadan seems to be looming ahead in a short notice – or so it seems. Once it comes, before we know it, it’s over and Muslims all over the world will be emotional to see it go and look forward to the next one.
The reasoning behind it is simple: Majority simply always fall short in their ibadah when it matters. We took it for granted when the blessed month comes, and failed to maximize the multi-fold returns of rewards that Allah swt has promised us. As mentioned in Surah Al-Qadr, Verse 1 to 5, about the importance of the Night of Power in the last 10 nights of Ramadan:
Indeed, We sent the Qur’an down during the Night of Decree. And what can make you know what is the Night of Decree? The Night of Decree is better than a thousand months. The angels and the Spirit descend therein by permission of their Lord for every matter. Peace it is until the emergence of dawn.
May Allah swt grant us the wisdom and strength to take opportunity with both hands when it comes.
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Without Further Ado…
Here, I’ve curated a series of the best Ramadan Quotes from the internet, along with nice Ramadan Kareem / Ramadan Mubarak wishes which I found to be helpful if you would like to wish other Muslims, or even non-Muslims, on this special month. I’ve also decided to include Quran verses and hadiths regarding Ramadan and fasting, so do check out the table of content below.
Table of Contents
#1 Ramadan Wishes (Greetings to others)
May this Ramadan be the best one yet.
May Allah bless you and protect you from all sins. May peace, joy and hope be filled in your house. Have a blessed Ramadan.
May this Ramadan be successful for all of us and provide us with good health and wealth.
May this holy month of Ramadan be a month full of blessings. May you be showered with peace, joy and prosperity. Happy Ramadan.
#2 Ramadan Quotes
Have you ever wondered why we’re happy in Ramadan? Because we do what we were created to do.
If you are going back to sinful life after Ramadan. Then you gained nothing but hunger.
When you stand up to pray, pray as if it is your last prayer.
Ramadan is gifted to you for: devotion, purification and gaining rewards in multiples.
Ramadhan. Let this month health you.
Let us eat less, feed more. Sleep less, Seek more.
Sleep Less, Pray More. #Ramadan
Ramadan Reflections #Day17. Don’t spoil your fasting by backbiting.
Promise yourself that once Ramadan is over, you won’t go back to old habits. Try to sustain where you left off and be determined to carry on | Mufti Ismail Menk
Ramadan is like the rain. It nourishes the seeds of good deeds.
Ramadan Reflections #Day22. Plan your tahajjud by having a dua list ready.
Ramadan Reflections #Day 13. Plan your tomorrow, today!
Ramadan Reflections #Day7. Use a miswak to purify your mouth.
Ramadan Reflections #Day10. Drink & Eat with your right hand.
Don’t give up on your dua. You don’t know where the response will come from or how many evils were averted from your path or how much your scale of deeds increased in weight due to that one supplication | Imam Suleiman Hani
Ramadan is coming. Shaitaan is running. Muslims are preparing. Gates of Hell are closing. Gates of Heaven are opening.
Conquer your lustful desires and your wisdom will be perfected | Imam Ali (AS)
Allah knows you’re tried. Allah knows it’s difficult. You must also know that Allah would never put you in a situation you couldn’t handle.
Ramadan Reflections #Day4. Be the first one to give the salam.
Allah loves the deeds that are done constantly even if they may be small.
The mercy of Ramadan is open for us, to ask, beseech, beg Him for health and wellness and also to ask for mercy and guidance for all our loved ones.
Ramadan Reflections #Day28. Feet sore? Never stop asking for more.
Ramadan Reflections #Day14. Looking for extra Ajr? Read Quran after Fajr!
Ramadan Reminders #Day3. Enter & exit the masjid with a smile on your face.
Ramadan Reminder #Day26. Hide all the clocks and dive deep into worship.
Ramadan Reminder #Day20. You can still make or break a habit.
Ramadan Reminder #Day10. Don’t like someone? You can make dua for them!
Ramadan Re-inspired #Day10. Help around the home. The best man to walk the earth did it.
The fasting person in in a state of worship as long as he does not backbite.
Ramadan Reflection #Day1. Wake up an hour before Fajr.
Alhamdulillah for the sound of Adhaan at the time of iftar.
Ramadan Reflections #Day6. Help the poor break the fast.
Ramadan Reflections #Day18. Insya’Allah is better than ‘OK’.
O you who believe! Fasting is prescribed for you, as it was prescribed for those before you, so that you may attain taqwa.
Make dua. It’s Ramadan the month of forgiveness. Take advantage of it.
Make this Ramadan the turning point in your life. Break free from the deceptions of the world and indulge into the sweetness of Iman.
Don’t be servant of Ramadan, Be a servant of Allah SWT. Be consistent.
Keep calm and prepare for Ramadan.
Ramadan is about losing sins, not weight.
Prophet Muhammad SAW said: Fasting is shield, it will protect you from the hellfire and prevent you from sins | Sunan Ibn Mājah 1639
Ramadan a chance to build your Imaan.
Ramadan is coming soon. We are waiting for the moon. The month of blessings. The month of forgiveness. The month full of mercy. God’s blessings in bounty. I can’t describe the inner peace, in this month of pure bliss. Oh Ramadan come soon, we are waiting for your moon.
Ramadan is like a rare flower that blossoms once a year and just as you begin to smell its fragrance, it disappears for another year.
Ramadan is the best time to make or break a habit.
The Lord you worship in Ramadan is the same Lord you turn away from in all the other months.
Ramzan. The month when you gradually start to realize that it’s not the devil. It’s you.
Poor is he who leaves Ramadan the way he was before.
Taqwa is the ultimate goal of our Ramadan preparations; to be among the righteous, for now and forever!
Preparing for Ramadan. But for many of us the Quran has gathered a lot of dust since the last time we picked it up. As Ramadan is fast approaching, we must blow off the dust and start to build a close relationship with the Quran.
Ramadan. Strengthen your imaan, heal your heart.
For a true Muslim, end of Ramadan is not the end, but the start of a new journey leading towards the Jannah.
Live your life like everyday is Ramadan and the Akhirah will become your Eid.
Ramadan is time to empty your stomach to feed your soul.
Ramadhan will be coming soon. Prepare your mind, body and soul for the holy month. Gain maximum benefit.
Ramadan is almost here. Subhanallah.
Drawing closer to God
This is achieved by reciting and reflecting on the Quran during night and day, attending Taraweeh (late night prayer during Ramadan) remembering God, sitting in circles of knowledge, and making I’tikaf (seclusion) in the last ten nights of Ramadan, so as leave all worldly pursuits and just thinking of God, so as to bring oneself closer to Him. When one sins, one feels distant from God. However, when one make good deeds, one feels closer to God, fells inner peace and real happiness and wants to worship God more.
#3 Ramadan Dua/Doa
O Allah, make upcoming Ramadan blessed and life changing for us.
O Allah, allow us to witness Ramadan, benefit from it, use it to earn your mercy, and emancipation from the Fire.
Dear Allah, please accept our fasts in this beautiful Ramadan.
Dua when insulted while fasting
Innee Saa’im, Innee Saa’im. I’m fasting, I’m fasting. | Al-Bukhari #1894
Oh Allah, let us reach Ramadan.
Ramadan Day 8 Dua. O Allah, on this day, let me have mercy on the orphans, and feed (the hungry), and spread peace, and keep company with the noble-minded, O the shelter of the hopeful.
Ya Allah! Help me and make it easy for me to draw closer to you this Ramadan.
Daily Dua Memorization
Day 11 – Rabbana amanna faghfir lana warhamna wa anta khayrur Rahimiin. Our Lord, we have believed, so forgive us and have mercy upon us, and You are the best of the merciful.
#4 Ramadan Mubarak / Ramadan Kareem Images & Wallpapers
These images consists of simple wishes suitable for your friends and loved ones, in variety of wallpapers, whatsapp messages, SMS/MMS and more.
4 weeks of mercy, 30 days of worship, 720 hours of spirituality, 43,200 of forgiveness, 2,592,000 seconds of happiness. Ramadan Kareem.
Wish you a very happy Ramdan Kareem.
Preparing for Ramadan.
Ramadan Mubarak! May Allah, The Exalted, bless you and your family with a beautiful month of fasting and nearness to Him.
#5 Ramadan & Fasting Tips
1. Plan in Advance
Time Management is divided between planning and application. To plan for Ramadan, we need to be clear regarding the goals (Maqasid) of Ramadan, which is to attain taqwa. Your goal for Ramadan – to achieve Taqwa.
2. Calculate how much Ibadah time you will have daily
So work out in advance how much time you will have daily for Ibadah, then set the goals to get that much Ibadah done. The formula is simple: 24 hours – (Sleep time, Work time, Family Responsibility) = Ibadah time.
3. Set clear goals
Set S.M.A.R.T. goals: Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic and Time-bound
4. Allocate time for each goal
Allocate specific times of each day things for each important act of worship. Be specific as possible and stick to your times.
5. Utilize the early hours of the morning
More baraqah + Fresh mind: The early mornings are known having Barakah (blessings) and it is a time when we are not pre-occupied with work and family.
6. Schedule in a family Halaqa
Ramadan is the perfect time for the family to bond and grow in Iman together. Read a chapter of an Islamic book (or listen to a lecture) then discuss its contents with family + kids.
7. Dedicate time for Quran
Ramadan is the month of the Quran and so it is obvious that time must be dedicated daily to the Quran. So recite properly, study Tafsir and reflect on its meanings.
8. Avoid Multi-Tasking
Allocate specific times of each day things for each important act of worship. Be specific as possible and stick to your times.
9. Fast from excessive socializing
Ramadan is the month of Itikaf, one of the goals of Itikaf is to take a break from our social lives so that we can focus from our social lives so that we can focus on our relationship with Allah. Attend less Iftar parties, log into Facebook and Twitter for shorter duration and excuse yourself from unnecessary gatherings.
10. Start healthy take care of your body
You cannot accomplish your goals if you are feeling lazy, weak, agitated or sleep-deprived. Get enough sleep (6-8 hours), eat healthy (avoid sugary and oily foods), and stay hydrated (drink lots of water at night).
3 awesome tips for the last 10 days of Ramadan
Give 1 dinar in charity every day, so if it falls on laylatul qadr, it’s as if you gave charity everyday for 84 years. Pray 2 units, so if it falls on laylatul qadr, it’s as if you prayed everyday for 84 years. Read surah ikhlas 3 times a day, so if it falls on laylatul qadr, it’s as if you read the whole Quran everyday for 84 years. Spread this, as you may find it on your account [of good deeds]. May Allah makes us of the victorious…
8 Easy Steps to Finish Quran this Ramadan, by ProductiveMuslim.com
1. Establishing an intention
And remember to renew it often.
2. Don’t be overwhelmed
Eliminate negative thinking. Remind yourself that you are, Allah Willing, fully capable of achieving your Quranic aspirations!
3. Plan Ahead
Structure a realistic plan around your routine and block out time for your Quran goal. Consider past Ramadans and learn from what happened.
4. Understanding the Quran
Read the translation of the Juzz you will be reciting daily – it will be an uplifting experience.
5. Find Quran buddies & comepete in good
Develop close bonds with brothers/sisters who are known for their attachment to the Quran
6. Seize the moment
Invest in pocket-sized Quran and make it your best friend. Time tips: after Suhoor, after Salah, before sleep.
7. Remain steadfast and consistent
The key to any success is consistency. Remind yourself of the greatness of this month!
8. Make du’a to Allah Subhanahu wa Taala
Nothing can be achieved without Aid and Guidance from Allah.
#6 Ramadan & Fasting Benefits
Health Benefits of Fasting
– It gives the digestive system a rest
– Can help you beat addictions
– It is a great way to start a healthy diet
– Normalizes insulin sensitivity
– Can reduce your hunger levels
– Promotes the detoxification process
– It whitens the eyes and clears the complexion
– Can reduce high blood pressure
– It can boost the immune system
#7 Quran Verses on Ramadan & Fasting
O you who believe, decreed upon you is fasting as it was decreed upon those before you that you may become righteous | Quran 2:183
But to fast is better for you, if you only knew | Quran 2:184
Allah intends for you ease, and does not instead for you hardship | Quran 2:185
The month of Ramadan is that in which was revealed the Quran, a guidance for the people and clear proofs of guidance and criterion | Quran 2:185
And fear Allah, and know that Allah is with those that fear Him | Quran 2:194
And fear Allah, and know that Allah is severe in penalty | Quran 2:196
The month of Ramadan is the one in which the Quran was sent down as a pure source of guidance for mankind. In it are clear teachings showing the Right Way and the Criterion for judging truth and falsehood | Quran 2:185
O ye who believe! Fasting is prescribed to you as it was prescribed to those before you, so that you may learn self-restraint | Quran 2:183
The night of decree is better than a thousand months | Surah Al-Qadr Verse 3
Allah swt legislated fasting for gaining taqwa, “O you who believe, fasting has been prescribed upon you as it has been prescribed upon those before you, so that you may attain Taqwa.”
Taqwa in this case means to make a shield between oneself and Allah’s anger and Hellfire. So we should ask ourselves, when we break our fasts, “Has this fasting day made us fear Allah swt more?”
Allah almighty says: O you who have believed, decreed upon you is fasting as it was decreed upon those before you that you may become righteous | Quran 2:184 | Fasting was also prescribed for people who came before Muslims. So what is fasting for Muslims?
Who spend [in the cause of Allah] during ease and hardship and who restrain anger and who pardon the people – and Allah loves the doers of good | Quran 3:134
And to fast is better for you if you only knew | Al-Baqarah 184
#8 Hadiths on Ramadan & Fasting
Allah says about the fasting person, “He has left his food, drink and desires for My sake. The fast is for Me. So I will reward (the fasting person) for it and the reward of good deeds is multiplied ten times.” | Sahih Al-Bukhari: 1894
Ramadan teaches us to be more charitable. Ibn Abaas said, “The Prophet (may God send His blessing and peace upon him) was the most charitable amongst the people, and he used to be more so in the month of Ramadan.” (al-Bukharee)
The Prophet (peace be upon him) said, “He who gives food for a fasting person to break his fast, he will receive the same reward as him, without nothing being reduced from the fasting person’s reward.” (at-Tirmidhee)
Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon Him) said: “Whoever fasted the month of Ramadan out of sincere faith (i.e. belief) and hoping for a reward from Allah, then all his past sins will be forgiven.” (Bukhari)
The Prophet SAW said: “There is a gate in Paradise called Ar-Raiyan, and those who observes fasts will enter through it on the Day of Resurrection and none except them will enter through it. It will be said, “Where are those who used fast to observe fasts?” They will get up, and none except them will enter through it. After their entry the gate will be closed and nobody will enter through it. (Sahih Bukhari 1896)
The Messenger of Allah SAW said: “Whoever among you wakes up in the morning and is safe in his home, in good health and has enough provision for the day, it is as if he has all the good things of this world. (At-Tirmidhi 2346)
Hadith of the day. The Prophet SAW said, “He who observes fasting during the month of Ramadan with faith while seeking its reward from Allah, will have his fast sins forgiven.” (Al-Bukhari and Muslim, riyad as-salihin 1219)
The Prophet SAW said, “When one of you is fasting, he should abstain from indecent acts and unnecessary talk, and if someone begins an obscene conversation or tries to pick an argument, he simply tell him, “I am fasting.”
The Prophet Muhammad SAW said, “Whatever is prayed for at the time of breaking the fast is granted and never refused.” (Tirmidhi)
Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) said: “He who gives iftar to another person shall earn reward equivalent to a a fasting man without detracting from
The Prophet SAW said, “Whoever gives food for a fasting person to break his fast, he will have a reward like theirs, without that detracting from their reward in the slightest.” | Zaid bin Khalid Al-Juhani (sahih)
Supplicate. Three prayers are not rejected: the prayer of a father, the prayer of a fasting person, and the prayer of a traveller. | Al-Baihaqi
Iftar. The Prophet (Prayers and Peace of Allah be upon him) used to break his fast by ripe dates or dates (in the absence of dates) before praying | Al-Albany
The Prophet SAW said: When the month of Ramadan starts, the gates of the heaven are closed and the devils are chained. | Sahih Bukhari
The month of Mercy and Blessings. The Prophet SAW said: “When the month of Ramadan arrives, the door of mercy are opened. (Sahih Muslim 2496)