Ramadan Fasting etiquettes and Sunan

Ramadan Fasting is compulsory for every muslim. Fasting involves two aspects. One aspect is Obligatory and other is recommended. The person should eat and drink at Suhoor (the time before dawn). This eating is different than the one which people of the book have.

The Holy Prophet said:

“Have Suhoor, for in suhoor there is blessing (barakah).”

Bukhari shareef 4/139

Ramadan Fasting etiquettes and Sunan

The Holy Prophet considered the dates good in suhoor a good diet during Ramadan Fasting.

“Suhoor is blessed food, and it involves being different from the people of the Book. What a good suhoor for the believer is dates.”

Abu Dawood 2345

One should not delay iftaar (breakfast after dusk), because the Holy Prophet said:

“The people remain upon goodness so long as they do not delay iftaar.”

Bukhari Shareef 4/198

Similarly, as Hazart Anas narrates the manner of breaking fast as:

“The Prophet used to break his fast with fresh dates before praying; if fresh dates were not available, he would eat (dried) dates; if dried dates were not available, he would have a few sips of water.”

Al Tirmidi 3/79

However, one should not overeat during Ramadan Fasting, because the Holy Prophet said:

“The son of Adam fills no vessel worse than his stomach.”

Al tirmidi  2380


Hazrat Ibn Umar narrated that When the Holy Prophet broke his fast, would say:

“Dhahaba adh-dhama, wabtallat il-urooq, wa thabat al-ajru in shaa Allah (The thirst has gone, the veins are flaowing again, and the reward is confirmed, in shaa Allah).”

Abu Dawood 2/765

One should keep away from sin, while he is fasting during Ramadan Fasting.

“When any of you is fasting, let him not commit any sin…”

Bukhari 1904

A person should not allow himself to be provoked, because the Prophet said:

“If someone fights him or insults him, he should say, I am fasting, I am fasting.”

Bukhari shareef 1894

As a result, a person becomes gentle in behavior.

A person should increase in his generosity by sharing knowledge and giving charity. He should help other by his superior authority or physical strength. He can act so with a good attitude.

Hazrat Abbas narrated:

“The Messenger of Allah was the most generous of people [in doing good], and he was most generous of all in Ramadan when Jibreel met with him; he used to meet him every night in Ramadan and teach him the Qur’aan. The Messenger of Allah was more generous in doing good than a blowing wind.”

Bukhari shareef 6




Ramadan fasting ky adaab

Ramadan me suhoor ky waqt subah ki safedi nikalny sy pehly tak khana chahye. Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) ny kaha suhoor ky waqt khany me barkat hoti hy.

Khujoor ko ahle aimaan ky liay behtreen karaar dia gaya. Roza dair tak rakhny or jaldi kholny ka hokum dia gaya hy.

The Holy Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) taaza khajoor ky sath roza kholty, agar taaza khajoor na hoti to khushk khajoor sy or agar ye bi na hoti to paani sy roza kholty.

Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) roza kholnay ky baad dua kia karty.

Ramadan ky doraan pait bar kar khany ko na pasandeeda qaraar dia gaya.

Rozadaar ko rozay ky doraan larnay sy manaa kia gaya. Agar koi rozadaar sy lary to usay kehna chahye ky me Rozay sy hoon, me Rozay sy hoon.

Frishta Jabreel, Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) ko ramzan ki har raat me aa kar Quraan sikhaya karty.


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