First day of Ramadan by Firoz Ahmed

Students of Dhaka University make their way through the drizzling wearing scarf and burkha on the first day of Ramadan.Copy Right: Firoz Ahmed

First day of Ramadan: Studedents of Dhaka University make their way through the drizzling wearing scarf and burkha on the first day of Ramadan. It is appropriate that every Muslim should receive the blessed month of Ramadan with repentance, sincerity, resoluteness and earnestness. He/she should make the intention to perform extra acts of devotion and worship therein, including the Night Prayer (qiyam), recitation of Qur’an, and abundant charity to the poor and needy.one should have the determination and intention to perform good deeds and worship, and one should lay down a program to accomplish this in the days of the blessed month.

It is communally obligatory upon the Muslims to seek the crescent at the time of sunset on the 29th day of Sha`ban, and the 29th day of Ramadan, in order to verify the status of the start and end of their fasting. When seeing the crescent, it is sunnah for the Muslim to supplicate with the following supplication, which has been reported from the Messenger of Allah (may Allah bless him and grant him peace).”When Ramadan comes, the gates of Heaven are opened, the gates of Hell are closed, and the devils are chained.” And in a narration from Nasa’i, the following words are added: “and a caller calls out every night: ‘Oh seeker of Good, draw near! Oh seeker of Evil, desist!’

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One thought on “First day of Ramadan by Firoz Ahmed

  1. malik says:

    This is a nice impression.

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