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Ramadan 2022 Date- Virtues of Ramadan

Although ordinary people do not know when the fast of 2022 will start, the grocers know better. With the month of Ramadan approaching, shopkeepers start stockpiling daily necessities. When is the fast of 2022, what is the virtue of fasting, what is the virtue of fasting, the virtue of the month of Ramadan, how many parts of the month of Ramadan can be divided, when will the fast of 2022 of Bangladesh start, what is the schedule of Sehri and Iftar? Stay with us to know the answers to all the questions that can and cannot be done.

As you know, Ramadan is the month of the birth of Al-Quran, the greatest book in the world. With Ramadan in mind, we have already begun to purify our hearts. Looking for a way to purify yourself before the upcoming Ramadan. The month of Ramadan is the month of mercy, forgiveness and salvation. God is described as the best month. Allah, the Lord of the entire creation, will reward the fasting people with His own hands. So, read the full details of how the greatest month of Ramadan according to Islam brings peace and tranquility to all.

What is fasting?

Fasting is the third pillar of Islam. Fasting is the name of eating and drinking from dawn to dusk and being free from all kinds of sins. One thing to keep in mind is that fasting is not the only name for not eating. The hope of gaining Allah’s pleasure is to keep oneself free from all kinds of sinful deeds and to abstain from eating and drinking.

Ramadan Mubarak
Ramadan Mubarak

Ramadan 2022 Date

You know that due to the international date line, the first day of Ramadan, i.e. the first day of the month of Ramadan, falls on different days in different parts of the world. For example, in 2022, fasting will start on March 2 in various countries in the Middle East, including Saudi Arabia. On the other hand, Bangladesh, India and various countries in South Asia according to the English calendar March 3. In the western world, Ramadan will start on March 4.

Since Ramadan depends on seeing the moon. Therefore, no specific date can be announced. However, it is thought that the moon of the month of Ramadan will probably appear in the sky on that date. Based on that, the first fast will start on March 3, 2022 in different countries of Asia including Bangladesh and India, Inshallah.

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Virtues of the month of Ramadan

In the Qur’an, the greatest book in the world, Allah has mentioned the various blessings of the month of Ramadan. Al-Quran, the best scripture to guide the world, was born in the month of Ramadan. You know that the Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) preferred to fast on Mondays and Thursdays, except on the day of Ramadan. When the month of Ramadan is able to achieve the best of the thousand months, then the virtue of Ramadan is important for all of us.

The month of Ramadan can be divided into three parts: Mercy, Forgiveness and Salvation. The first ten days of mercy, the second ten days of forgiveness and the third 9 or 10 days of salvation.

Virtues of Ramadan
Virtues of Ramadan

Many people are asking, will the 30th of Ramadan 2022 be 29? In answer to this question, it can be said that the month of Ramadan can be any one of 30 fasts and 29 fasts. But he does not have any specific calculation. Fasting can be 30 full and 29 can be – it depends on the rising of the moon.

Lastly, we hope that since Allah Almighty has spoken of elevating the fasting people to the highest position of dignity and in the hope of receiving Allah’s infinite mercy we pray to Allah to observe the holy month of Ramadan i.e. full fasting. The month of Ramadan is for the best believer. So friends, may Allah Almighty grant us all the grace to fast in the month of Ramadan, Amen.

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