Ramadan mubarak or Ramazan mubarak: What does it mean?
“Ramadan mubarak!” is the expression used in the Muslim religion to wish a good Ramadan to one’s loved ones. In 2021, the first day of fasting in the month of Ramadan 1442 (the current Islamic calendar year) was made official on Friday, April 13, 2021.
The beginning of a sacred parenthesis during which many prohibitions are to be respected, starting with abstaining from eating and drinking from dawn to sunset. And just as Christians wish each other a “Merry Christmas”, or a good Lent, the followers of Islam wish each other a good Ramadan, via the consecrated expression in Arabic “Ramadan mubarak! The expression can also be said by non-Muslims. In the eyes of the faithful, it allows in any case to wish a fertile month of Ramadan, rich as well in fasting as in prayers, meditations, generosity, solidarity, peace, faith, quietude and love.
Ramadan mubarak meaning
Overall, “Ramadan mubarak” means “May Ramadan be good for you,” or “May God bless you. A context similar to that of “congratulations” or “joyful (feast)” in the Islamic version, where Ramadan is the highlight of the year. This expression also has the function of wishing for a Ramadan that takes place in the best conditions, since in the Arabic language, “Mubarak”, which means “holy”.
10 Ramadan Mubarak quotes and greetings:
- May this month of spirituality and prayers make us better and bring us closer to our Lord Allah.
- Ramadan Kareem to all, may Allah give you patience and forgive you your sins in this holy month.
- May this holy month bring you and your family peace and serenity.
- On this sacred occasion, may God guide us in his path of light and bring us closer to Him.
- The month of Ramadan is like the springtime when everyone’s faith grows, may Allah fill us with His favors.
- In this month, Koranic verses and prayers are spiritual nourishment. Good Ramadan to you.
- May each break of fasting be an intense pleasure shared with what you love.
- I send you an imperial congratulation titled by God’s sacred blessing to fill you with happiness in this holy month.
- I would like to wish you a good Ramadan, may this holy month be a month of peace and generosity.
- May Allah the Almighty grant our prayers through the Baraka of the Prophet.
Responses to Ramadan Mubarak
When someone wishes you a blessed ramadan, you can respond with this wishes:
- Ramadan mubarak to you too and your loved ones!
- blessings on you as well!
Ramadan mubarak 2021 in arabic
In the Arabic language, it is written in this way “” رمضان مبارك “. There are also other variations to congratulate Ramadan in arabic:
- Ramdan Kareem: رمضان كريم
- Ramadad mubarak kareem: رمضان مبارك كريم
- Ramadan mubarak said: رمضان مبارك سعيد