How to Overcome Common Health Issues In Ramadan

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Health Problems Few Might Face in Ramadan and How to Overcome Them.

It is Obvious When We Change our Schedule. Whenever we switch Our Daily Schedule to a New Time we Might Face Some Health Issues, But It is not to be worried because they are just Minor Health Issues which can take care of the Available Solutions.

Common Health Issues:-

  1. Indigestion
  2. Headaches
  3. Lethargy
  4. Heartburn, Etc.

How to Overcome this Health Issues:-

Indigestion:

Indigestion Causes Due to Non-Scheduled Food and Improper Habits of Daily Life.

We can easily overcome from this problem by following this few tips:

By Drinking Lots of Water after our Meals.

By Avoiding Non-Scheduled Food (Means Eating at Irregular Time or Late Night)

By Avoiding Spicy Foods, Specially containing Chilies.

Avoid Cold Drinks or Any Beverages Which Contains Gas.

Avoid Sleeping Or Doing Exercise Immediately after Having Food.

Avoid Intoxicants like Alcoholic Beverages

Avoid Smoking.




And By Doing Meditation/Exercise (No Mediation or Exercise is better than Prayer. Try to Pray All 5 Daily Prayers on Time)

Avoid Salted Vegetables or Pickles Which Contains High Amount Of Salt.

Headaches:

Headaches are the common Health Problem in adults as well as in children, How to avoid A headache easy tips:

Having Enough Rest (Most People Do Not Properly rest and they face this Headache Problem)

Irregular Sleeping Schedule (To Avoid Headaches we have to stick to a daily sleeping schedule, No Matter if it is Weekend or party)

Oversleeping also causes a headache

To avoid Headaches- Do Exercise, Walking, Jogging, Swimming, gardening, etc any Activity Which Is Related to Nature.

Try to massage your Head with Hair oil.

Check Your Sleeping Mattress and select the best one because this also makes headaches.

Sleep in good Posture and select the best Pillow.

If you work on the computer the adjust the computer’s screen height and the Brightness.

Avoid Drinking Super Chilled Drinks.

Avoid Caffeine related drinks.

Headaches May also Cause due to Eye Problems And Teeth Problems (So Have An Eye and Teeth Checkup)


Lethargy/Fatigue:

Lethargy Means Inactivity, Slowness, Dullness or We Can Say Tiredness How to overcome from this:

Generally, This Causes due to lack of sleep. (So, Try To Sleep Properly)

It could be due to Depression. (So, Be Social and Discuss Your Problems with your Friends and Relatives, and Recite Quran and Pray Because This is the Best Medicine for Depression.)

This could be also Due To Your Health Issues. (So Stay Healthy)

You Can Fill Dullness if You Have High Dosage of Medicines. (So Take Proper Rest After Having Medicines.)

Eating Disorders also makes you Inactive.

And Food With High Amount of Fat Makes You Slowness.

So, Do Your Daily Exercise on time and Eat Well and Sleep Well This Will Help You to Overcome Fatigue or Lethargy.

Heartburn:

Medical Name for Heartburn is GERD: Gastro Esophageal Reflux Disease. This Happens When What We Have eaten, Flows backward towards our Mouth, This Stomach Content is Mixed With Acids which Makes Our Food Pipe Burn OR Irritate (Here Burn Means Fill Uncomfortable). How To Over Come From This Problem.

The First Reason For This is Overweight. So Do Exercise Which Reduces Your Weight.

Consuming Intoxicants like Alcoholic Beverages – Avoid This.

Fried Food Containing High Amount Of Oil and Spices Also make Heartburn So Avoid This Especially in Ramadan.

Sleeping Just After Having Food, And Specially Lying Flat on Bed Makes you Heartburn, So We Have to Avoid This.

Avoid Foods Which Causes Heartburn like Carbonated Beverages, Coffee or Caffeine, Citrus, Etc.

Eating Heavy Food Means Avoid Eating Too Much.

Smoking is Also The Factor-So Avoid Smoking.

Try to Wear Loose Clothes.

If You Still Feel Uncomfortable Then You Have To Consult Your Doctor For Your Problem.

Healthy Ramadan – Recharge Your Health and Your Body

Healthy Ramadan

What food to take and what to avoid in the month of Ramadan.

Ramadan is the month of Blessing and to gain maximum Blessings from Allah we need to fast and Recharge Your Health and Your Body simple ways which you can follow to make you’re fasting Healthy:

  1. Never Skip Suhur:

Never Skip you Suhur it is also spelled as Suhur/Sehr/Suhūr /Suhoor/Sehri in Different Countries. This is the meal which Muslims use to have before starting their fast and they have this before dawn in the morning. This was suggested because when we skip this meal the whole day we fell hungry and we don’t have energy to work properly and the whole day we just skip in thinking about the food. This is not good for health.

Ramadan Never Skip Suhur
Ramadan Never Skip Suhur
  1. Avoid Can Food or Processed:

Can food always have very high quantity of salt to preserve it and they are obviously not fresh, by eating this you will just fill your stomach with just a few calories. This can make you hungry early and the salt in that food can make you thirsty. So try to avoid this can food. Yes you can have if there is no other option.




healthy ramada Avoid Can Food or Processed junk-food
healthy ramadan Avoid Can Food or Processed junk-food

  1. Avoid Fried Food and Junk Food:

Junk Food are packaged food which are pre-prepared, this foods generally have high calories but very less nutritional values. This are the foods which are responsible for weight gain they just fill your stomach but no nutrition you will hungry and tiredness after having this. And avoid oily food as it leads to heartburn and acid reflux.

Ramadan Avoid Fried Food and Junk Food deep-fried-food
Ramadan Avoid Fried Food and Junk Food deep-fried-food
  1. Eat Fresh Fruits:

Fresh Fruits are really helpful in fasting as they contain plenty of water, fruits contains high amount of vitamins, minerals and calories, and fruits doesn’t lead to weight gain. Dry fruits are also have some amount of calories compare to fresh fruits but the main difference is water hardly a human can drink 1-2 liter of water at a time but with this fresh fruits we will get a lot of water with minerals and good taste which is must require in fasting.

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Ramadan Eat Fresh Fruits fresh-fruit
  1. Eat Fresh Veggies:

Fresh Vegetables contains water, minerals, nutrition, Vitamins and calories and they contain very less amount of sodium and salt. Which is very helpful in fasting eating vegetables keeps us active whole day and they are the healers for various diseases. Fresh Vegetables also contains antioxidants and Antioxidants repairs our damage cells, people who consumes vegetables looks younger and healthier.

  1. Eat to the Limit:

If you are fasting then don’t over eat by just assuming that it will help you the whole day, but it can lead you to indigestion, vomiting etc. so try to eat as per your limit yes you can have a little bit more but not too much. As per Islamic Sunna’s a Muslim have to eat no more than one-third food, one-third liquid and need to left space for one-third air in our stomachs.

  1. Take a gap While Eating:

when having your dinner after ending your fast (in Iftar) try to eat food in a gap or intervals so that you can have enough food. Eating high amount of food at once will make you uncomfortable and can again lead you to the indigestion or vomiting. Same thing applies in Sehr the morning meal try to wake up early and eat your food slowly and take a gap.

  1. End Your Fast Slowly:

After ending you fast don’t eat or drink anything quickly as it can damage your food pipe. Even drinking water quickly can damage your food pipe. So be relaxed and eat slowly no food is running away from you, There is a thought that what is in your destiny no one can take away from you so just chill and thanks God what you have.

  1. Drink Lots Of Water:

Water is very necessary while fasting if you don’t have water in Sehr the morning meal then you fill thirsty the whole day. And water is required to digest the food you ate. So don’t forget to drink water. If you can’t drink high amount of water then try to drink water in the form of juices.




Ramadan Drink Lots Of Water
Ramadan Drink Lots Of Water

  1. Eat Fruits Which Keeps You Hydrated:

There are many fruit which keeps you hydrated like watermelon, oranges, strawberries this contains 92 percent of water you can also try grapes, peaches, pineapple, raspberries etc. this fruits have lots of water. This fruits full fill the water requirement as well as provides you energy and vitamins. So next time while fasting don’t forget to have this fruits.

  1. Include Soup in Diet:

Some time we don’t have much time in Sehr the morning meal so try to have soup which can fill the calories and proteins requirement, Soups are better for children and for the elder persons they can have this easily. Try to include Soups in your daily diet, there are many kind of soups available in the market. And even you can make soups in your home. Non-Veg Soups are really great they provide you instant energy with high calories and Proteins.

  1. Avoid Caffeine:

Caffeine is a chemical which is present in tea, coffee, cold drinks etc. this is a kind of drug which is commonly used worldwide. Continuous usage of caffeine can lead you to insomnia, nervousness, restlessness, irritability and stomach upset. And you obviously don’t want this things while fasting. So avoid tea, coffee, cold drinks or anything which contains caffeine. If you don’t know whether it contain caffeine then just check it out the ingredients used in that product that’s all.

Ramadan Avoid Caffeine
Ramadan Avoid Caffeine
  1. Avoid Beverages with Gas:

most of the beverages with gas contains caffeine which is not good for health. And in fasting you cannot have much food if you are drinking beverages with gas as your stomach filled up much faster without food with gas. And later you will feel hungry.

  1. Have Lite Exercise:

Having Exercise Daily is Must but in fasting you cannot have hard Exercise as you can feel thirsty and you lose your energy. Try to have Exercise later after Iftar else you can have a Lite Exercise after Sehr you can have a normal Walk, which will keep you healthy and you don’t face any issue in your Fasting.

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Ramadan Have Lite Exercise muslim-fitness
  1. Eat Food With High Calories:

In Ramadan, While fasting you don’t have much time in the morning to have food properly so try to have food with high calories which can full fill your daily calories need like you can have Mutton, Chicken, Egg, Fish etc. this foods have high calories and you can easily have your fast

  1. Avoid Food With High Sugar:

Sugar is a kind of glucose in our body which can lead to high blood pressure. And it is not good for the diabetic patients. Sugar does not contain any minerals or calories. They just have calories which can lead you to weight gain and make you fat. Eating too much sugar can raise your cholesterol level. Sugar leads you to three major diseases they are Obesity, Diabetes and Heart Diseases.

  1. Take Rest:

In Fasting, we don’t use to drink or eat anything and after a hard day we can feel tired so try to take rest or have a short nap in afternoon which can regenerate your energy to perform well. You can do this in the lunch time or in travelling (Most of them prefer bus, train or cab so in this you can sleep for a short time.)



  1. Have Dry Fruits:

It is Sunna to have dates in the month of Ramadan, so whether it Sehr or Iftar have some Dates and what every dry fruits you have as they provide you Proteins and Minerals which your body needs in Fasting.

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Ramadan Have Dry Fruits dry-fruits

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Charity in Ramadan – Why it is Important in Ramadan ?

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Charity in Ramadan!!! Charity is one of the five pillars of Islam, which are Prayer, Fasting, Faith, charity & Pilgrimage to Mecca.
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Charity in Ramadan is one of the five pillars of Islam, which are Prayer, Fasting, Faith, charity & Pilgrimage to Mecca. These are the five basic acts which Allah recommends for Muslims in throughout the Quran. And there are Hadiths also which mentions charity.

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Smile is a Charity

Charity or Zakat actually means Purification and Growth. There is charity which we have to take out from our earning, property, and gold etc., valuable things but there is one more charity and that is helping Smile, providing food, shelter and clothes to the needy person. Even if we talked with someone with a smile is also considered as a charity. Charity must be in a kind it should not be given as a loan.

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Smile Charity ramadan





In many hadiths it is said that giving charity will protects us from Hellfire. And there is a great reward of the charity on the Day of Judgment.

70 Times Reward in Ramadan

It is Important to offer charity in the month of Ramadan because our beloved prophet Muhammad SAW said that “He who breaks the fast of another fasting person shall earn a reward equivalent to the fasting person without detracting from the reward of the latter.” And “Allah gives this reward even to those who give a sip of milk to a fasting man.” And just imagine Each Good deed is multiplied by 70 Times in the month of Ramadan then giving charity to the needy people is earning rewards in the size of Mountains.

*Teaching your children about sadaqah (Charity)

You can give charity as much as you can but teaching you children about charity giving will help your children too. Involve your children in charity giving.

*Sharing iftar food with your neighbors.

The Prophet Muhammad said: “He is not a believer who eats his fill while his neighbor remains hungry by his side” (Baihaqi). share something with your neighbors – be it samoosas, mana’eesh, cookies, fresh fruit, or dates. You too, will insha’Allah, feel closer to your neighbors and develop a better understanding.

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iftar for neighbor in ramadan

*Donating Books

You can donate your old books as well as new books. Donate books in good condition check before donating that all pages are there and Check for water damage or spills.  If the book has outdated information and pages are severely yellowed, recycle it.

In Ramadan donate books related to Ramadan related information, Islamic stories or you can gift Quran too.

Donating good quality books Books such as “My First Ramadan” and “Rashad’s Ramadan and Eid al Fitr” are great for very little children. Books such as “Ramadan Moon”, “Under The Ramadan Moon”, and “A Party In Ramadan” are good for older children.



Donate books to the school children who can’t afford to purchase books. Ask your children which book they studied completely and it is ok to donate.

Donate to your library. Many libraries accept used books.They use donated books to add to their collections or in book sales to raise funds.

Local schools Many schools will accept books, especially private schools.

Hospitals.  Hospitals receive many visitors that wait patiently for their loved ones to recover

*Giving Items

Make Ramadan a great time by helping other by donating item you no longer use. Like your old clothes which is no longer of your size, school bags, shoes, and many other things. Many organizations take used coats and warm clothes for winter.

*Professional Skills

Yes, You can donate your Professional Skills too. you can teach what you can do best to others(for free). Help the students in your neighbor/ relative to there hard subject in class like maths. You can help in them in Art and Crafts too by helping in drawing or in making some great art piece there are never ending option you know what you can do best.

Sadaqah Box

Get a large box and make kids decorates a sign for it that says “Sadaqah Box”. Throught the Ramadan, encourage everyone in the family to put money and other things in this donation box.  Be sure to take this Sadaqah Box before Eid  so the recipients can enjoy the donation on Eid.

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Sadaqah-Box ramadan

Barakah(Blessing) in Charity

Barakah is a term that means an “increase” and “growth”- and also, happiness. Having more barakah in one’s wealth does not mean the dollar amount increases- rather, that the benefits seen from that limited amount increase, reach further and last longer.

The Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) said, “Charity does not reduce wealth.” [Muslim, Sahih]

Allah (سبحانه وتعالى) says:

“And whatsoever of you spend of anything (in Allah’s Cause), He will replace it.” [34:39]

In a Hadeeth Qudsi, Allah says: “O son of Adam, spend (in charity), and I’ll spend on you!” Whenever you are broke, or you feel barakah is zapped out of your life and urgently need it to return, the quickest of way of gaining barakah in your life can be through giving charity.

Happiness in Giving

Whenever we donate anything to the needy people we ourselves feels the happiness of giving. And in the month of Ramadan when we use to have all 30 days fasting and charity. It feel great pleasure in charity as the money or things we donate is the actual things which we gain reward. and then when we celebrate Eid-ul-Fitr with great happiness by purchasing new clothes by preparing sweets and by greeting friends and relatives etc. 

Help the Needy

There are many people in the world who still don’t have money and basic resources to live their lives, so we have to take care of those people also by donating. So that Allah will be pleased with and forgive us.

According to UNICEF, 22,000 children die each day due to poverty.

Hunger is the number one cause of death in the world

Charity in Ramadan
Charity in Ramadan



Prophet Muhammad SAW said: ” If any Muslim plants any plant and a human being or an animal eats of it, he will be rewarded as if he had given that much in charity.” (Sahih Bukhari)

There are many verse in Quran saying for the charity few are:

In Quran about Charity:

Quran-2:43–“And establish prayer and give zakat and bow with those who bow [in worship and obedience].”

Quran-2:83 –“And [recall] when we took the covenant from the Children of Israel, [enjoining upon them], “Do not worship except Allah; and to parents do good and to relatives, orphans, and the needy. And speak to people good [words] and establish prayer and give zakat.” Then you turned away, except a few of you, and you were refusing.”

Quran-2:110— And establish prayer and give zakat, and whatever good you put forward for yourselves – you will find it with Allah. Indeed, Allah of what you do, is Seeing.

Quran-2:215— They ask you, [O Muhammad], what they should spend. Say, “Whatever you spend of good is [to be] for parents and relatives and orphans and the needy and the traveler. And whatever you do of good – indeed, Allah is knowing of it.”

Quran-2:263— Kind speech and forgiveness are better than charity followed by injury. And Allah is free of need and Forbearing.

Quran-2:264— O you who have believed, do not invalidate your charities with reminders or injury as does one who spends his wealth [only] to be seen by the people and does not believe in Allah and the Last Day. His example is like that of a [large] smooth stone upon which is dust and is hit by a downpour that leaves it bare. They are unable [to keep] anything of what they have earned. And Allah does not guide the disbelieving people.

Quran-2:271— If you disclose your charitable expenditures, they are good; but if you conceal them and give them to the poor, it is better for you, and He will remove from you some of your misdeeds [thereby]. And Allah, with what you do, is [fully] acquainted.

Quran-2:276— Allah destroys interest and gives increase for charities. And Allah does not like every sinning disbeliever.

Quran-2:277— Indeed, those who believe and do righteous deeds and establish prayer and give zakat will have their reward with their Lord, and there will be no fear concerning them, nor will they grieve.

Quran-2:280— And if someone is in hardship, then [let there be] postponement until [a time of] ease. But if you give [from your right as] charity, then it is better for you, if you only knew.

Quran-4:77— Have you not seen those who were told, “Restrain your hands [from fighting] and establish prayer and give zakat”? But then when fighting was ordained for them, at once a party of them feared men as they fear Allah or with [even] greater fear. They said, “Our Lord, why have you decreed upon us fighting? If only you had postponed [it for] us for a short time.” Say, the enjoyment of this world is little, and the Hereafter is better for he who fears Allah. And injustice will not be done to you, [even] as much as a thread [inside a date seed].”

Quran-4:114— No good is there in much of their private conversation, except for those who enjoin charity or that which is right or conciliation between people. And whoever does that seeking means to the approval of Allah – then we are going to give him a great reward.
Quran-57:7 –“Believe in Allah and His Messenger and spend out of that in which He has made you successors. For those who have believed among you and spent, there will be a great reward.”
Quran-57:11 –“Who is it that would loan Allah a goodly loan so He will multiply it for him and he will have a noble reward?”
Quran-57:18 –“Indeed, the men who practice charity and the women who practice charity and [they who] have loaned Allah a goodly loan – it will be multiplied for them, and they will have a noble reward.”

The Prophet Muhammad SAW Said:

“Charity never decreases wealth. Rather, it increases it, it increases it, it increases it.”
“Shield yourselves from Hellfire even by giving half a date in charity.”
“Whoever draws closer to Allah therein through charity is like whoever drew closer to Him in other than it through an obligation.”
“He who breaks the fast of another fasting person shall earn a reward equivalent to the fasting person without detracting from the reward of the latter.”
“Allah gives this reward even to those who give a sip of milk to a fasting man.”

Some Donation Website

UNHCR, the UN Refugee agency

World Relief

Promise for Relief and Human Development

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A healthy Iftar goes hand in hand with the traditions: starting with 2 dates, then a glass of water or laban, then start the meal with a warm bowl of soup, a salad and the main course. Of course moderation is key to health!!!


Starting your Iftar meal with a warm soup comforts the stomach after a long day of fasting, replenishes your body with fluids and help prepare the digestive system for this blessed meal.






A balanced main dish at Iftar should contain a source of carbohydrates like rice, pasta, potatoes or burghul, as well as some form of protein like beef, chicken or fish, in addition to cooked vegetables. Balance and moderation are key to health!


Don’t forget to drink plenty of water during the holy month of Ramadan. At least 8 glasses distributed in small quantities so not to feel bloated.


Some people tend to eat more during Ramadan and this can lead to weight gain. Eating a healthy Iftar, eating starters and sweets in moderation, choosing more fruits and vegetables, avoiding sweetened beverages, and being active everyday will help you maintain your weight.


Suhour is a vital meal in Ramadan. It gives you strength and vitality for the day and can make fasting easier and tolerable. Make sure that this meal is rich in slowly absorbed Carbohydrates such as whole grain breads, rice and whole grain cereals that can help maintain your blood sugar levels.


To prevent getting thirsty during Ramadan, drink plenty of water, avoid foods that are too spicy or salty, and consume more fruits and vegetables that are refreshing!


Eating your soup and salad slowly at Iftar will help you feel full and prevent you from overeating later from the main dish and sweets.


Have Ramadan drinks such as jallab and dried apricot syrup in moderate amounts. Although they are a good source of sugar and some vitamins they are also a rich source of calories, adding up to your caloric intake. To quench your thirst, drink more water.


Having three meals is still important during this holy month: Iftar, a light evening snack, and Suhour. This would help you avoid continuous snacking throughout the non-fasting hours.


Delightful sweets in Ramadan are hard to resist. To avoid consuming too many calories, indulge and enjoy with your family the tasty and creative delights while making sure you always practice portion control and moderation!!!


Planning your meals and Ramadan recipes ahead will help you be organized during this month, maximize your energy and strength and gives you ample time to choose a variety of foods and healthy recipes to delight and nourish the family.


To control your calorie intake during Ramadan, try to limit your portions, especially sweets. Instead choose one type of sweets that you like everyday and have a 3-finger size portion.


For plenty of vitamins and minerals vital to good health, make sure to eat plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables during Ramadan, and to include a variety of vegetable in your soups!


Choose dates, dried fruits and nuts as part of your diet during Ramadan. These provide healthy nutrients and are packed with energy, thus helping you keep your vitality during this month.


Divide your main course into three parts. Have one quarter of the plate filled with complex carbohydrates, one quarter with lean meat or meat alternatives, and half with vegetables. This will ensure that you have a healthy balanced meal.


If you are a coffee drinker, try and reduce your coffee consumption two weeks prior to the Holy month of Ramadan in order to avoid headaches and sleepiness.


If you are a regular athlete used to moderate or vigorous exercise, you can still maintain this by incorporating your exercise session just before Iftar. Make sure to hydrate immediately after your session and eat slowly to replenish your fluid and nutrients.


A change in routine, like fasting during Ramadan, could lead to constipation. To avoid this, enrich your diet with fibre by eating vegetables, fruits, whole grains and legumes. Drink plenty of water and try to be active whenever possible.


Starting your Iftar meal with a warm soup comforts the stomach after a long day of fasting, replenishes your body fluids and prepares the digestive system for this blessed meal.





Meats, legumes, eggs and dairy products are rich in proteins. Make sure you have at least one of these sources at every meal.


Use vegetables, herbs and spices to add flavor and color to your meals rather than using salt.


Prepare low-calorie desserts at home with fat free sweetened condensed milk, low fat dairy products like skimmed milk, and low fat cream.


Be creative with your salad. Include an assortment of colorful vegetables to get the benefit of a variety of vitamins and minerals.


The best drink to quench your thirst during Ramadan is water. Make sure you remain hydrated during these hot days!


Add vegetables like broccoli, peas, green beans, squash and carrots to your soups. These contain essential vitamins and minerals as well as fiber, which are needed for a healthy digestive system.


Never skip your Suhour! Include a glass of low fat milk, whole grain cereals and some fruits to keep you going through the day.


Avoid canned or processed food, olives, salted nuts, and pickles. These salty snacks tend to make you thirstier during the fasting period.


Plan your Ramadan meals and recipes well ahead. This will help you be organized and maximize your energy and strength. You will also be able choose a variety of foods and healthy recipes to delight and nourish the family.


Divide your main course into three parts. Fill one-fourth of your plate with complex carbohydrates, the other one-fourth with lean meat or meat alternatives and the rest with a variety of vegetables. This is a healthy balanced meal.
Cook, eat, clean together! Sit and share meals with your loved ones every day.


Limit your salt intake; it will only make you thirstier!


Make home-made meals for Iftar and try to use 1 spoon less of salt and oil in your cooking!


Control your portions. You are not as hungry as your tummy is telling you.


Quench your thirst with water rather than sweetened beverages that are full of sugar.


Have a well-balanced Suhoor meal to keep you going throughout the day. Whole grain cereal with milk is one good choice!


-For lighter Ramadan starters and dishes start replacing deep frying with air frying using minimal vegetable oil!


-Aim to prepare fresh fruit and vegetable juices at home with the aid of efficient juicers for maximum nutritional benefits and as additional nutritious options besides the traditional Ramadan drinks!


Did you know vegetable drinks such as fresh carrot juice or tomato juice are very healthy options also during


Ramadan for their rich content of vitamins, minerals and fiber ; all essential for replenishing the body reserves during fasting hours.


Enrich your Ramadan dishes this year with extra vegetables whether as part of the daily Iftar salad or soup or main dish for greater nutritional benefit and enhanced digestive system efficiency.


Try steaming chicken breasts or fish fillets for main dishes prepared this year during Ramadan while adding different herbs and spices for lighter and tastier dishes!


Did you know Vitamin C content of broccoli decreases by approx. 52% when cooked traditionally for a long time. Steam broccoli and other vegetables instead for a minimum time to enjoy crisp nutrient-packed vegetables.


For creamier smoother Ramadan soups, blend different vegetables and/or legumes with low-fat milk or reduced fat cream instead of full-fat cream for more nutritious delicious soups!





For balanced nutrition, try not to rely solely on Iftar to give you all your nutritional requirements. You can have other light meals before bed time such as low fat yoghurt and a whole-wheat cheese sandwich, or some dried fruits and nuts. Not to forget your Suhour that can include a glass of low fat milk, whole wheat bread and some legumes.


Make sure your soup includes generous amounts of vegetables such as broccoli, spinach, peas, green beans, squash, and carrots. These add vitamins and minerals to your soup as well as fibres which are essential for a healthy digestive system.


Be moderate in your consumption of appetisers such as sambosa, because deep fried foods are high in calories and fat that could increase cholesterol levels in the blood. Instead, when you can, try to have them baked and stuffed with low fat cheese.


Avoid salty foods, such as canned or processed foods, salted nuts, and pickles, because these will increase your thirst during the fasting period.


To make your dishes lighter during Ramadan, adopt healthy cooking methods such as grilling, boiling, simmering and roasting and add taste to the food with a wealth of vegetables, herbs and seasonings.


Be creative with your salad. The more varied and colorful vegetables you include in your salad, the more assorted are the nutrients and antioxidants you get. These help protect your body cells and promote good health especially during this holy month.


Meats, legumes, eggs and dairy products are rich in proteins. Ensure you have at least one of these sources in every Ramadan meal since proteins are very important for you body cells. They also increase your satiety level thus reducing the temptation for eating sweets.


This Ramadan, connect with one person you haven’t talked to in a while.


Embrace healthy habits during your Ramadan journey. It’s all about choices!


Pick what you want to eat for Suhoor the night before, plan your meals together.


Volunteer for the public good. Be a better you!


Have enough hours of sleep. Go to bed early to wake up fresh for Suhoor.


Do more good deeds. The smallest gestures can make big differences.


Use your lunch hour productively. Go for a short walk and stretch.


Agree on one bad food habit to quit as a family during Ramadan.


Maintain a healthy sleeping routine this Ramadan.


Play a game with your family, share 1 nutritional benefit of each of the dishes you are having.


Ramadan is all about getting together to celebrate Iftar. Socialize.


A light workout before Iftar gets you moving, and is time well spent.


Have some dates along with your food at Iftar and discuss their nutritional benefits with your kids.


Make one person smile every day. Ramadan is all about goodness.


Prepare for Eid by decorating the house together.


Give to the less fortunate person. Sharing is caring.


Maintain daily chores and errands as normal, or work to build even better habits.


Ramadan is a chance to spend quality time with your family. Make it matter!


30 days, endless opportunities to make healthier choices!

 

Health Benefits of Fasting in Ramadan

Health Benefits of Fasting in Ramadan

Health Benefits of Fasting in Ramadan

Ramadan is the month of Blessings, there are many benefits of fasting this month in terms of Spirituality as well as Health. It is believed that every good deed is multiplied by 70 times in the month of Ramadan. And in regards with health the same thing applied. There are many misconceptions related with health for the month of Ramadan. Many thinks that they will become weak, they loss too much of weight, they can get ill, etc. But it is completely wrong! In this article we are discussing the health benefits of Ramadan. Here are the few points:-

  1. Detoxification:

    Detoxification means the process of removing Toxic from the Human body, there are many toxic presents in our body like Alcoholic Toxic, Drug Toxic, Etc. This toxics are present in our body in the form of fat. And fasting helps in fat burn as in the month of Ramadan people avoids Alcoholic Beverages and they also avoid smoking etc. In our body liver, kidney and other organs perform detoxification task. For Better Detoxification we have to avoid Beverages with gas, Fast food which contains too much spices and oil, all alcoholic beverages, Smoking, and Unnecessary Medicines for minor illness.




  2. Digestive System:

    In the month of Ramadan we use to follow a schedule for our food. This makes our digestive system stronger as it gets rest. When we eat our digestive system releases acid for digestion of food. But if we give rest to this process with fasting this acids were not released and this gives relax to our digestion system. Fasting also helps in quitting junk food and eating food at uneven time. So, fasting helps in the maintenance of our digestive system.

  3. Controls Blood Sugar:

    Fasting helps in controlling blood sugar level, in our body the presence of glucose is sugar. Which comes from the food we eat, and when we avoid food in fasting glucose level decreases. While fasting our body starts breaking of already available glucose molecules to get energy, this makes our blood sugar level low.

  4. Helps in Fat Breakdown:

    As we know eating too much generates fat, and fasting breakdowns the glucose in our body. Glucose is the sugar which generates from the food we eat. And when we fast the fat stored in our body starts melting to provide energy to our body. Most of the fat stored in our body is at kidney, heart, intestines etc. when this fat melts we become more active.

  5. Healthy Heart:

    Muslims use to follow Sunna of Prophet Muhammad SAW and use to eat Dates mostly in the month of Ramadan. It is free from cholesterol and it has just 0.4g total fat and 0g of saturated fat per 100g of dates. Which is really healthy for heart. Dates are rich sources of iron.

  6. Controls High Blood Pressure:

    The major causes to raise blood pressure is Alcohol, Extra Body Fat, Smoking, Stress, etc. So as we know during the month of Ramadan no Muslim touches the alcohol or they smoke. During Ramadan fasting makes weight loss to an extent with a proper diet. About stress this will be controlled by reciting Quran. And all these things makes High blood Pressure control.



  7. Weight Loss:

    Fasting doesn’t make weight loss but with a proper diet during the month of Ramadan. Overweight people can loss there weight for this they have to avoid fast food or junk food, spicy food, oily food and over eating. They can go with the soups dates, bread, milk etc. and a strict 5 time praying schedule to loose there weight.

  8. Good Diets:

    During the month of Ramadan Muslims use to prefer fruits, juices, and a healthy diet. Most of them assumes that fasting is not ok for the health but in the month of Ramadan. People having fast becomes more active and they perform must better than others.

  9. Strong Immune System:

    During fasting Muslims avoid all alcoholic Beverages and they quit Smoking. They use to eat healthy food with more calories and proteins. Muslims prefer eating Fresh Fruits in the fasting. this removes toxics from the human body. And they use to pray 5 times a day Muslim’s Prayer is Namaz. which is like a Physical Exercise which involves body’s Movement. All these makes human body stronger and its Immune system stronger.

  10. Good Sleep:

    In the month of Ramadan Muslims follows a proper schedule for having food, for prayer and for sleep also. This helps body’s internal clock to adjust itself for waking early so they sleep on time with the quality sleep. And the whole day body keeps on working to melt the fat. Which makes body little bit tired and you will have a good sleep. Avoiding Alcohol and smoking also leads to a good quality sleep.

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Laylat Al-Qadr

Laylat Al-Qadr images Shab e-Qadr mubarak greetings wallpaper pictures Laylat Al-Qadr 2017 is going to start from the evening of Friday, 23 June 2017. For sending greeting and Ramadan wishes to Family members, relatives and friends there are some awesome Laylat Al-Qadr 2017 images and greetings.

image: Night Of Power 2017 Crescent moon in night sky turkey Istanbul Mosque.

image: Celebrating Laylat al Qadr in Palestine at the Dome of the Rock, Al-Aqsa Mosque.

image: Child reading the Quran.

 Quran revealed in the Laylat Al-Qadr, “We have indeed revealed it (the Quran), in the Night of Power.” (Al Quran 97:1).

image:  Muslims Prayers Inside The Blue Mosque: Istanbul, Turkey.

 Night of power, Night of value, Night of Measure, Night of Decree.

Laylat al-Qadr in Mecca | The 27th of Ramadan

Whoever stays up and prays on Laylat al-Qadr out of faith and in the hope of reward, his previous sins will be forgiven.

Dua to recite on Laylat al-Qadr : Allaahumma innaka ‘afuwwun tuhibb al-‘afwa fa’affu ‘anni.(O Allaah, You are forgiving and You love forgiveness, so forgive me).”

Laylat Al Qadr is one of the glorious nights equals to 1000 months in the holy month of Ramadan, when Muslims offer extra prayers, particularly in the night. They stay awake till the fajr, pray and hope that God will give them anything they desire and forgive there sins on this night.

Muslims across the World flocked to mosques to observe Laylat al-Qadr, the night of Power

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Jibreel and angels descended on earth and revealed the Holy Quran sporadically to Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) on Laylat Al Qadr.

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Taraweeh Prayers during Ramadan Everything you should know about

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Taraweeh Prayers

In the month of Ramadan Muslims use to do Fasting, pray, charity, etc. with the belief that they will get a good reward from Allah on the Day of Judgment. Muslims use to offer extra prayers other the regular five times prayer. And this prayer is after the Ishaan Prayer which is the 5th prayer of the day at Night and this Prayer is called Taraweeh Prayer. This prayer is of 20 Rakats each set is of 2 Rakats like this they perform 10 sets of 2 Rakats and they will take rest after every 4(2+2) Rakats. After this 20 Rakats of Prayer they will pray 3 Rakats of Vitr Prayer.

In this Taraweeh Prayer the Imam (The Head of the Mosque) use to recite the whole Quran in prayer and they complete this Quran in the month of Ramadan. Generally each day this Taraweeh prayer takes One hour to One and Half Hour to complete.



Taraweeh is an Arabic word which means “To Take Rest”. In This Taraweeh Prayer After every 4 (2+2) Rakats they use to take rest and in Some Mosques they use to translate into understandable language that what they have recited from the Quran. After that they use to make a short Dua then they again continue for the rest of the prayers. So these are where the name derived from the Rest after 4 Rakats.

What to Be Considered Before Taraweeh Prayers:

  1. Once in a Year:

Ramadan comes once in a year and it is believed that every good deeds and devotion are multiplied by 70 times and Taraweeh is a submission to Allah by the Muslims they use to pray and finishes the whole Quran by standing in prayer in the month of Ramadan, So don’t miss the chance of Taraweeh prayer. According to the Sahih Bukhari “Whoever Prayed at night in it (the Month of Ramadan) out of sincere faith and hoping for a reward from Allah, then all his previous sins will be forgiven.”

  1. Reach Early to The Mosque:

Reaching early to the mosque for prayer is a good habit, so that you can offer all your Sunna, Nafil and Vitr Prayers and you can have abulation easily, you will get your choice space in mosque and even for parking you can park your vehicle easily.

  1. Focus on what is Being Recited:

Try to be focused on what is being recited as it is really long prayer and you have to pray standing so it is common to get distracted while praying. So try to keep focus and try to recite yourself what is being recited this will make your concentration on prayer other than any worldly thoughts.



  1. Don’t forget your Daily Five-Times Prayer:

It is equally important to pray your all five time prayer before Taraweeh try to offer all Sunna, Nafil and Vitr Prayers. How can we offer extra prayers if we do not offer the Fard Prayers? So try to pray all your five time prayers before Taraweeh and on Time.

  1. Clear Intentions & Eliminate Negativity:

Taraweeh prayers are offered once in a year, and in this prayers we finishes the whole Quran. So we have to be very alert and fully devoted in prayer, we don’t have to involve in thinking any worldly thoughts and in arguing with anyone wasting time in useless things. We have to keep smile on our face and try to be positive in all the situations.

  1. Try to be in the First Row:

It is believed that praying in first row means getting more blessings. So be on time and try to be in the first row. But if the first row is filled then don’t push or don’t force to pray in the first row. Try the next best option and Pray. And be on time next day to pray in the first row.

  1. Don’t eat too Much Before Taraweeh:

After finishing the fast don’t eat too much as in Taraweeh prayer you will feel uncomfortable. As it can lead you to stomach pain or vomiting effect. So after finishing the fast eat just as much as you required and after Taraweeh you can have a little bit more food. As after Taraweeh prayers you will feel little bit Hungry due the physical activity involved in the prayer.

  1. Don’t Miss Any Taraweeh Prayer:

In Taraweeh prayer the whole Quran is completed in prayers and this is done by reciting a particular part of Quran each day and if you missed any of the Taraweeh then you have missed that part of the Quran.



  1. Know what is being recited and which chapter is recited:

Try to ask with the Imam of the mosque that how he is completing the Quran and which chapter they read next day and try to read the translation of that part in your home or in the mosque. This will make you better understand the quran. Nowdays Quran is available in many Languages in translation so pick the language you understand and learn it.

  1. Taraweeh in One Mosque:

Try to Complete your all Taraweeh Prayers in a single mosque, becaues in various mosque Imams can complete the Quran in various days. Which can miss match your qurans Recitment by the Imam in Prayer, Means in few mosque the Imams use to complete the Quran two time in ramadan so they use to cover large part of the Quran in a single day and in few mosque the Quran is completed in 27 Day after that taraweeh continues but from the beginning of the quran.

  1. Taraweeh Starts one Day Before:

Remember Taraweeh Prayers Starts one day before the Ramadan starts. So don’t forget to attend the taraweeh prayer.

  1. Make Dua:

Nothing can be achieved without the blessing of the Allah, so try to make Loads of loads of Dua (Wishes) Allah Accepts the Dua which are Prayed out of sincere faith and hoping. And Make Dua for forgiving all the previous sins.

 

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Ramadan Nasheeds

 

Ramazan Nasheed

With Ramdan around the corner, I request every listener to enjoy this Nasheed and leave a positive comment. May Allah reward and bless you all.

Maher Zain – Ramadan (Arabic) | (ماهر زين – رمضان (بدون موسيقى | Vocals Only – Official Music Video

Awakening Records is a subsidiary of the UK-based Awakening Worldwide that has operational offices in both United States of America (USA) and Egypt. © 2014 Awakening Records

Dima Bashar – Ramadan Al Habib|ديما بشار – رمضان الحبيب| (original video & lyrics)

Best Ramdhan nasheed video by ibrahim khan + english Sub اجمل نشيد رمضان

Special Ramadan Nasheed “The Time of Ramadan” by Fez Meghani

Check out this beautiful Ramadan Nasheed by my friend Fez Meghani. Brother Fez is a blessed and talented artist from the USA and he will be bringing you loads more beautiful Nasheed Songs this year.

This song features artists: Fez Meghani, Aftab Ali, Tina Ali Mohammad, Adam Ibrahim Aly, Adil Kassam, Ayaz Ismail, Chaand Lakhani, Kiran Rayani, Mehak Noorani & Naghma Mithani.




Beautiful Ramadan Nasheed: Hashim Sisters (A gift from Allah)

Hashim Sisters beautiful, warming nasheed (English & Urdu): A gift from Allah/Mah-e-Ramadan

Nasheed: Deen Ki Shan Hai Ramzan, Reciters: Hashim Sisters (Mahum, Sania, Adiya), Urdu poetry by- Irtiza Jonpuri, English Poetry by- Mahum Hashim
~~Deen ki shaan hai Maahe Ramzan~~
~~A gift from Allah to us Month of Ramadan~~

Welcome Ramadan Nasheeds

Ramadan is on its Way. An Original Bismillah Babies Production.

 

Ramadan Song with Zaky (Nasheed) HD

‘Ramadan’ is a new song by Subhi Alshaik, and this video clip features scenes from the new One 4 Kids film ‘Let’s Learn Quran with Zaky & Friends’

Ali and Sumaya Ramadan Nasheed

“Balighna Ramadan” Nasheed by Ali and Sumaya


Native Deen — Ramadan is Here ( Official )

Video Directed by: David Hawa, Written, Composed and Arranged by: Native Deen

Arabic Nasheed on Ramadan and Eid (Click for Download)

English Nasheed on Ramadan and Ramadan

Urdu Naats on Ramadan and Eid

 

Ramadan 2018 Images | Ramadan Mubarak Greetings, Wallpaper, Pictures

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Ramadan Mubarak 2018 is going to start from the evening of 16/17 May,2018. For sending greeting and Ramadan wishes to Family members, relatives and friends there are some awesome Ramadan 2018 images and greetings.

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Whatsapp Status

  • Wishing that Allah always blesses your family with smiles, happiness and togetherness! Ramadan Mubarak
  • May Allah shower your path with light and knowledge. May this month be an enlightening celebration to all of us.
  • As we celebrate the holy month of Ramadan, May Allah shower His blessings upon you and your family
  • Allah is with those who restrain themselves.Ramadan Mubarak
  • May you always be blessed with the love and protection of Allah. Wish you a happy Ramadan
  • He deserves Paradise who makes his companions laugh.
  • This month is full of blessing and wisdom. May the greatness of Allah fulfill your desires and dreams
  • Wish you a happy blessed month of Ramadan.
  • Welcome Ramadan ,Walk humbly Talk politely Dress neatly Treat kindly ,Pray attentively and Donate generously,May Allah bless & protect you!

Whatsapp Messages

“Feel the hunger of a poor then you will realize, do charity which will send you blessing of needy person, change the way of your thinking in a positive way “Allah will definitely Bless You”

“I pray that Allah gives you streanght to fast, Guidance as you read Quran and blessings as you pray, May the peace of Allah be on you and your family Ramdhan Mubarak 2018”

“May this Ramadan be as bright for you as ever, May this Ramadan bring you, health and wealth to you.

May this Ramadan be as bright as ever May this Ramadan bring joy and peace,

Health and wealth to all of you, Wish you a Happy Ramadan.”

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Laylat Al Qadr | Night of Value | Night of Powers-Odd Night of last TEN Days in Ramadan

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Laylat Al Qadr

Laylat Al Qadr also known as Shab-e-Qadr it means Night of Value or Night of Powers.The first Verses of The Quran were Revealed to the Prophet Muhammad SAW(PBUH) on Laylat al-Qadr. This was the Odd Night of last TEN Days in Ramadan. This could be the 21st, 23rd, 25th, 27th, and 29th Night of the Ramadan.

The angel recites the first revelations of the Quran in 610 CE at the Hira cave on Mount Nur in Mecca to Prophet Muhammad SAW and informs him that he is God’s prophet. The first Sura that was revealed was Sūrat al-ʿAlaq (in Arabic العلق).

Muslims Beliefs that on this Night Sins are Forgiven and Supplications are Accepted.

The Quran Was Revealed to The Prophet Muhammad SAW (PBUH) by Angel Jibril (Gabrial) From Allah.

And it took 23 Years to Complete the Quran.




Muslims use to Offer extra Prayers on the Night Of Laylat al-Qadr. And Most of the Muslims use to Read the Quran Whole Night. And Many try to stay in the Mosque itself to Fully Devote without Disturbance.

1 Night = 1000 Months

It is Believed that Praying on the Night of Laylat Al-Qadr is Better than Praying for 1000 Nights. Laylat Al-Qadr is Equal to The Praying Of 1000 Months.

Laylat al-Qadr in Hadith

Whoever establishes the prayers on the night of Qadr out of sincere faith and hoping to attain Allah’s rewards (not to show off) then all his past sins will be forgiven. Bukhari Vol 1, Book 2:34.

In Quran, There is a Sura On Laylat Al-Qadr, Sura No 97 States That:-

Laylat Al-Qadr — Sura 97 (Al-Qadr), āyāt 1-5

إِنَّا أَنزَلْنَاهُ فِي لَيْلَةِ الْقَدْرِ

Indeed, We sent the Qur’an down during the Night of Decree.

وَمَا أَدْرَاكَ مَا لَيْلَةُ الْقَدْرِ

And what can make you know what is the Night of Decree?

لَيْلَةُ الْقَدْرِ خَيْرٌ مِّنْ أَلْفِ شَهْرٍ

The Night of Decree is better than a thousand months.

تَنَزَّلُ الْمَلَائِكَةُ وَالرُّوحُ فِيهَا بِإِذْنِ رَبِّهِم مِّن كُلِّ أَمْرٍ

The angels and the Spirit descend therein by permission of their Lord for every matter.

سَلَامٌ هِيَ حَتَّىٰ مَطْلَعِ الْفَجْرِ

Peace is until the emergence of dawn.

read with other Translations and reciters options

https://quran.com/97

 

Sources

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Laylat_al-Qadr

https://quran.com

QUIT Alcohol Challenge

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QUIT Alcohol Challenge this Ramadan(others months too)

How to Get Rid from Intoxication in the month of Ramadan? yes it is hard But In Ramadan it is easy to take this challenge. (This Article is Related to Ramadan but you can do good work any time in any month)

It’s Never Too Late

It’s never too late. Don’t focus on what was taken away. Find something to replace it, and acknowledge the blessing you have.

Intoxication is strictly prohibited in Islam, and it is considered as a Sin. But, if this sin has been committed by us then we have stop and avoid that and have to ask forgiveness from Allah. As Allah is the only one who can forgive us. It is also mentioned that on the authority of Anas (may Allah be pleased with him), who said:

I heard the Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) say: Allah the Almighty said: O son of Adam, so long as you call upon Me and ask of Me, I shall forgive you for what you have done, and I shall not mind. O son of Adam, were your sins to reach the clouds of the sky and were you then to ask forgiveness of Me, I would forgive you. O son of Adam, were you to come to Me with sins nearly as great as the earth and were you then to face Me, ascribing no partner to Me, I would bring you forgiveness nearly as great as it. It was related by at-Tirmidhi (also by Ahmad ibn Hanbal). – (https://sunnah.com/qudsi40/34)
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Taj-ul-Masajid, Bhopal

Capacity 175,000- Construction 1844 “Taj-ul-Masajid” literally means “Crown Among Mosques”. It is one of the largest mosques in India. The Mosque has a pink facade topped by two 18-storey high octagonal minarets with marble domes.

Jamia Mosque, Srinagar

Built by Sultan Sikandar Shah Kashmiri Shahmiri in 1394 AD is situated at Nowhatta, in the middle of the old city.

Jama Masjid, Delhi

The Masjid-i Jahān-Numā is one of the largest mosques in India. Built by Mughal emperor Shah Jahan between 1644-56 at the time a cost of construction was 1 million rupees

Makkah Masjid, Hyderabad

Foundation laid by Muhammad Quli Qutb Shah and Completed by Aurangzeb in 1694. Muhammad Quli Qutb Shah, the fifth ruler of the Qutb Shahi dynasty, commissioned bricks to be made from the soil brought from Mecca, the holiest site of Islam, and used them in the construction of the central arch of the mosque.



Bara Imambara, Lucknow

Built by Asaf-ud-Daula, Nawab of Awadh, in 1784. Bara means big, and an imambara is a shrine built by Shia Muslims for the purpose of Azadari. The Bara Imambara is among the grandest buildings of Lucknow.

Jama Mosque, Champaner, Gujarat

UNESCO World Heritage Site Built by Sultan Mahmud Bdgada on 1513 AD. and is among the 114 monuments there which are listed by the Baroda Heritage Trust.

Beemapally Mosque, Kerala

Beemapally Masjid is an impressive building with its imposing façade and soaring minarets. The tomb of Beema Beevi, the lady with miraculous powers who is believed to belong to the Prophet Mohammed’s family, is the main attraction at this mosque.

Tipu Sultan Mosque, Kolkata

Built in 1832 by Prince Ghulam Mohammed The youngest son of Tipu Sultan. Located at 185 Dhartamtalla Street, the mosque is a relic of architectural and cultural heritage.

Nakhoda Masjid, Kolkata

Built by Kutchi Memon Jama’at on 1926, Nakhoda meaning Mariner. The mosque was built as an imitation of the mausoleum of Mughal Emperor Akbar at Sikandra, Agra by Kutchi Memon Jamat, a small community of Sunni Muslim community from Kutch.

Chota Imambara, Lucknow

also known as Imambara Hussainabad Mubarak is an imambara or a congregation hall for Shia Muslims, Built by Muhammad Ali Shah, the third Nawab of Awadh in 1838. it was to serve as his own mausoleum and his mother, who is buried beside him

Jama Mosque, Ahmedabad

is the most splendid mosque of Ahmedabad, built in 1424 during the reign of Ahmed Shah I. Lying in the old walled city, the mosque is situated outside Bhadra Fort area. The inscription on the mihrab commemorates the inauguration of the mosque on January 4, 1424 by Sultan Ahmad Shah I. The mosque was originally intended only for private use of the sultans.


Masjid Rasheed, Deoband

Darul Uloom Deoband, is the Darul uloom Islamic school in India where the Deobandi Islamic movement began. The school was founded in 1866 and made great efforts for the freedom of India. After the Indian Rebellion of 1857, to counter the British plan to enslave India culturally, Darul Uloom Deoband learning centre was established on 21 May 1866 by Maulana Muhammad Qasim Nanautavi. The Deobandi Islamic movement originated in the Darul Uloom and Shri Bala Sundri temple.

Sidi Saiyyed Mosque, Ahmedabad

Famous for beautifully carved ten stone latticework windows (jalis) Built in 1573 built by Sidi Saeed or Sidi Saiyyed, an Abyssinian in the retinue of Bilal Jhajar Khan, general in the army of the last Sultan Shams-ud-Din Muzaffar Shah III of the Gujarat Sultanate.
There are many examples mentioned in the hadiths and in the Quran to avoid alcohol and intoxications and Ramadan is the best month to stop these things.

Alcohol’s Effects

Intoxications are drug which can effects our mental and physical state, after getting intoxicated most of the people reduce self-consciousness and shyness which leads to make people do things that they end up regretting.

Intoxication not only effects our mental state but it also effects our bodies’ internal organs as it directly effects our liver, and our Brain, continuous consumption of alcohol leads to memory loss.

Many people end their lives in accidents caused by alcoholic influence. Alcohol also leads in weight gain, depression etc.so there are many negative points of intoxication.

Alcohol’s in Islam

In Islam, consumption of any intoxicants (khamr, specifically, alcoholic beverages) is generally forbidden in the Qur’an through several separate verses revealed at different times over a period of years.

Quran makes it clear to us that any form of intoxicating(are both alcohol and drugs) substance is prohibited.

At first, it was forbidden for Muslims to attend prayers while intoxicated.

The three verses concerning alcohol in the Quran were revealed in the following chronological order:

Step 1 – Acknowledgement of both the good and bad side of alcohol, and confirmation that the bad side is worse

They question thee about strong drink and games of chance. Say: In both is great sin, and (some) utility for men; but the sin of them is greater than their usefulness… (Quran 2:219)

Step 2 – Praying while intoxicated is prohibited

O ye who believe! Draw not near unto prayer when ye are drunken, till ye know that which ye utter … (Quran 4:43)



Step 3 – Complete prohibition by asking muslims to abstain from consumption

O ye who believe! Strong drink and games of chance and idols and divining arrows are only an infamy of Satan’s handiwork. Leave it aside in order that ye may succeed. Satan seeketh only to cast among you enmity and hatred by means of strong drink and games of chance, and to turn you from remembrance of Allah and from (His) worship. Will ye then have done? (Quran 5:90-91)

When this was revealed the Muslim citizens of Medina immediately began to destroy and empty their alcohol containers into the streets.  Even those who were guiltlessly enjoying cups of wine spat the alcohol from their mouths.  It is said that the streets of Medina ran with alcohol. Believers today must completely trust God, in the same way that the first Muslims trusted God and understood that He was their only Protector and Provider.  All power and strength comes from God and a scourge like alcohol can be eradicated only when those affected by alcohol turn to God with complete submission.

QUIT Alcohol Challenge

How we can avoid or completely stop intoxication?

  1. Ramadan is just for 30 Days it is not very hard. Leave alcohol and just don’t think about it. there are lot activities going in Ramadan engage in that.
  2. Try to avoid alcohol slowly or stop it immediately before Ramadan (At least 10-15 days before).
  3. Start drinking lot of water if you are addicted to any of the intoxication. most of the time you’re fasting when you break fast opt for other cool drinks and juices.
  4. Eat proper and healthy food you can try different types of food according to your taste. And don’t miss the tasty Ramadan non- veg dishes they are very much tasty then the alcohol.
  5. Try to discuss with your friends and family members. They definitely help you in this.
  6. Try to have soft drinks (cold drinks) or non–alcoholic beverages or fruit juices.
  7. Avoid parties and function were alcohol or any intoxication is served.
  8. Change your lifestyle and Attitude keep it simple. Its is hard to leave alcohol but for Ramadan you can do it.
  9. Who are yours Real Friend and who is fake Avoid friendship which leads to intoxication. Friends who are call you for drink they are not you’re best friend because best friend always think good about you. And who are helping you to get rid of alcohol he is your best friend don’t leave him they are hard to get. If you don’t have best(not fake) make on in this Ramadan.
  10. Donate the money to the needy people or in any charity. Give your money which you want to buy/use for Alcohol. Give that to charity to some poor peoples. You will never be happy more than that. and look that poors how happy they are from your money. Usually they get hardly one time to eat in a day. Don’t forget its Ramadan you will get 70 time reward of this kind work.
  11. Keep visiting and listening Islamic lectures. It will encourage you to reaching your goal of quitting alcohol and how to live better and happy life. 
  12. Stay in contact with the wise people. If you surrounded by wise people you know it is very much easy to live without alcohol.
  13. Attend all five time prayer. It will improve your health or help you to come any problem in quitting alcohol.
  14. Try to do Wadu as many times as possible.
  15. Try to offer your prayer in Mosque.
  16. Do your Exercise daily, Healthy body and healthy mind keeps you fit.
  17. You should avoid contact with anybody who has been drinking or has the tendency to talk about it.
  18. Get the assistance of loved ones, your road to recovery will be much smoother.



Important Points for this QUIT Alcohol Challenge

*there are ways to have fun without involving alcohol.

*Once you are “alcohol free” you can really begin to enjoy your life!

*Sometimes, quitting alcohol on your own is not possible, consult professional assistance and medical guidance.

*Most people who attempt to quit alcohol feel lonely. Don’t worry you will be happy more after quitting Alcohol.

*Put your money where you mouth is. Give your friend $100 that they get to keep it if you cheat.

*Keep the end goal in mind. Think of how proud you will be after 30 days.

Ramadan is the month in which the addicted person can give a try and “if Allah wills” they will never touch that intoxications again. Ramadan is the best month to give a try as Muslims use to fast in this month and in between this they offer prayers and they do not eat or drink anything this can make any addictive person to release his bad habits. 30 days is enough time to get rid of this kind of bad habits. So must try this Ramadan and stick to your intentions to leave intoxications.

Surprising Health Benefits

Overall health and mood improved.

saved thousands of dollars.

Loose excessive weight.

Peace of mind.

improved confidence

gained an extra productive time.

….. much more the list is very long to write benefits of Quit Alcohol Challenge.

Some other HelpFull Links for this Challange

http://30daynoalcoholchallenge.com/

30 Day No Drinking Challenge

How to Quit Alcohol

I Quit Drinking for 30 Days

I Did Dry January

If You Say it is Hard to Quit Alcohol it is hard. Be Positive this 30 days will change Your Live you will definitely remember this 30 days challenge will change your life in.

So Inshallah (If Allah Wills) this Ramadan take the BEST you from your inside by leaving intoxication and You can complete this Quit Alcohol Challenge.