Wednesday, June 17, 2015

Prepare yourself for Ramadan 2015



As Muslims, we are forever and a day thrilled when Ramadan is getting close. We start to spend more time with our family, enjoy the festive impression and take a better look at our souls. For sure, we all prepared mentally and emotionally for Ramadan.

May the festival of lights be the harbinger of joy and prosperity. As the holy occasion of
Ramadan is here and the atmosphere is filled with the spirit of mirth and love,
here is hoping this festival of beauty brings your way, bright sparkles of contentment,
that stay with you through the days ahead.

Wish all of you very Happy Ramadan

2 comments:

  1. Maasha'Allah. Day two today in East Africa.
    Ramadan is the greatest month. if now is not the right time to give up sinning, there is no right time.

    May your Ramadan be blesses and may ALLAH accept your good deeds. RAMADAN KAREEM

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  2. "The world talks about worldly talks as far as they could do. However, it is Imam Mahdi who knows the secrets of Lail-tul-qadr (the night of honor). And without unraveling Lail-tul-qadr, why and how will the Koran be demystified? [Holy Sanandh 20:50]"
    (Author’s Note: Keep in mind that Lail-tul-qadr or the night of honor is not exactly an Earthly night. Actually, it is the time period that started right from the advent of Ruh Allah and continued till the completion of the revelation of the words of Marifaat by Imam Mahdi himself and continued on for some more years. And the time period which is Lail-tul-qadr is 120 years.
    And the night of honor is said to be better than thousand months because 120 years is greater than 83 years and 4 months!! To be precise, the night of honor is simply the time period between 990 Hijri years and 120 Gregorian years following 990 Hijri year. And it is to be noted that millions of Muslims around the world are still searching for the night of honor out of ignorance of the fact of the arrival of the listed following during the period of those 120 years as: –
    1. Rasul Muhammed
    2. Isa Ruh Allah
    3. Imam Mahdi
    4. Israfil angel
    5. Jibril angel
    6. Satan
    7. Mummins (the spirits of Lahut) and
    8. Muttaqins (who are referred to as the angelic spirits according to the noble Quran)
    There is a belief in the Islamic community that the 27th night of Ramdan is generally Lail-tul-qadr or the night of honor. But it is not so!)
    http://sanandhonline.blogspot.com/2013/02/Exact-Power-Of-Quran-According-To-Mahamati-Prannath.html

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