10 Interesting Ramadan Facts for kids & adults students

Do you want interesting Ramadan facts for kids and adults for class students? And I can imagine that writing an essay on Ramadan is difficult sometimes when we don’t know the full information about our topic.

Ramadan is the religious yearly adherence in which Muslims of the world do fasting and do more good deeds. As a Muslim nation, it is our belief that the doors of Hell are closed this month, and heaven are opened for everyone. The dates of Ramadan change every year because Muslims’ years are the Lunar years. It depends on the sight of the moon or some astronomical metrics.

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Ramadan Facts for Kids

Here are some Facts that are applied to kids for the month of Ramadan:

  1. Children of lower age don’t have to fast until they become young or healthy.
  2. In Islam, there are exact stats that when children have to start the partial or full prayer. But for fasting, it has not defined the exact age limit. According to the American Muslim stats, children at the age of 10 should start partial or full fasting.
  3. Children are trained to do fast at a lower age so that they get good practice till adult age.

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Ramadan Fun Facts for Students

  1. Ramadan is a special month for Muslims around the world.
  2. During Ramadan, Muslims fast from dawn to dusk.
  3. Fasting during Ramadan is one of the Five Pillars of Islam.
  4. Ramadan is a time for spiritual reflection, prayer, and doing good deeds.
  5. Eid al-Fitr is the festival that marks the end of Ramadan.

Ramadan Facts Sheet

There is a number of facts related to Ramadan. I want to share them with you:

  1. The first surah or revelation appeared on Hazrat Muhammad SAW during Ramadan.
  2. Ramadan starts 10 to 12 days prior to every year.
  3. The majority of the Muslim countries including Pakistan shorten their workout routine and day as well.
  4. The act of charity and zakat goes up this month.
  5. Zakat is mandatory for every Muslim which is voluntary.
  6. Two meals are taken during Ramadan. The meal to start the fast is called Suhoor. It is usually taken before 5 to 10 minutes Fajar Azan. The meal to open up the fast is called Iftar. It is usually taken after the sunset but before Maghreb Prayer.
  7. One who is seriously ill, breastfeeding women, passengers are released from fasting. There are free to leave the fast. But if their condition gets well then he is ordered to complete the missing fasts still.
  8. Some countries consider it a crime to leave or break the fast. It is just done for encouragement.
  9. Ramadan is broken into three slices: 1stAshra, 2nd Ashra, and 3rd. 1st Ashra is the first 10 days of Ramadan & also called the Ashra of Rehmat. 2nd Ashra is the next 10 days & also called the Ashra of Magfarat.  3rd Ashra is the next 10 days after 2nd Ashra & also called the Ashra to save from Hellfire.
  10. In 1stAshra, the Fast is broken with dates. In 2nd Ashra, the Fast is break with Salt. In 3rd Ashra, the Fast is break with Water.
  11. Prayer for 1stAshra (Translation):

O! My Lord forgive and have Mercy and You are the Best of Merciful

  1. Prayer for 2ndAshra (Translation):

I seek forgiveness from Allah, my Lord, from every sin I committed

  1. Prayer for 3rdAshra (Translation):

O, Allah! Save me from the Hellfire.

At the last of Ramadan month, there is a gift for Muslims named as Eid-ul-Fitr. It is celebrated by wearing new clothes, making sweet dishes plus a super meal, exchanging gifts and so on.

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