Ramazan is just around the corner and with its arrival come offers that do not cost you anything yet get you incomparable rewards. We are talking about Allah’s rewards that are valid exclusively for the month of Ramazan. Here is a list of some special offers.

Multiplication of Rewards

During Ramadan, rewards for doing good multiply by 10x, 70x, and 700x.

Observing the fast with faith

Fasting with Iman leads to forgiveness for past sins.

Umrah in Ramazan

Performing Umrah in Ramadan is equivalent to one Hajj.

Iftar Blessings

The dua made during iftar timings are accepted by Allah (SWT).

Rejoices

There are two rejoices for Muslims who observe the fast in Ramadan, one, when breaking the fast and two, when meeting with the Lord on the Day of Judgment.

Bad Breath During the Fast

The Prophet (SAW) quoted that the smell of the mouth of a fasting Muslim is better than that of musk on the Day of Judgment.

Feeding Others

A Muslim who invites a fellow Muslim to break the fast with him or feeds the hungry, he shall be credited to as many rewards as the number of people fed.

Suhoor Blessings

The late night meal or Suhoor opens up multiple opportunities for Muslims as we get a chance to offer late night prayers, engage in Zikr i.e. remembrance of Allah, recite the Holy Quran, and offer Fajr salah which is unfortunately skipped by many on regular days.

Zakat and Sadaqah

One should be charitable all year round but specifically during Ramadan and on the day of Eid. Understanding the needs of the less fortunate and sharing your celebrations with them invokes a sense of brotherhood and unity within the Muslim community. Charity or Zakat purifies the soul and propagates joy. It also propagates wealth in the community and reduces inflation.

Itikaf

During the last 10 days of Ramadan, a Muslim who retreats into solitary confinement from the rest of the world will be rewarded generously in addition to achieving peace of mind and a much needed chance at self-reflection.

Laylatul Qadr

The Night of Power is better than a thousand months. A Muslim who spends the night in zikr and prayer will be forgiven for all his past sins and shortcomings.

Fasting and Health

Fasting helps reduce weight, purify one’s body of harmful toxins, and helps rejuvenate the body.

The month of Ramadan comes with immense spiritual, individual, and collective benefits that can help us revive our conditions in all aspects of life.

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