Ramzan Ki Sehri Mubarak Ho (4,5,6,7,8,9,10)

Ramzan ki Sheri Mubarak Images, wishes, and greetings. This holy month is a time for reflection, prayer, and fasting. Sehri is an important part of the day during Ramadan, as it is the last chance to eat before beginning the fast. In order to make the most of this special meal, here are a few tips for preparing your Sehri feast.

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Ramzan ki Sehri Mubarak Quotes

May this holy month of Ramadan bring you happiness, peace, and good health.
Let us all come together to celebrate this special time and pray for blessings from Allah Almighty.
Wishing you a joyous Ramzan!
This is just a quick message to wish you all a very happy Ramzan.
May Allah bless you all during this holy month and help you to live according to his teachings.
Ramadan Mubarak!
“Allah is with those who restrain themselves.” – Prophet Muhammad (SAW)
“Allah is with us in Sehri and He is with us in iftar.” – Prophet Muhammad (SAW)
“He who fasts has two joys: one when he breaks his fast and the other when he meets his Lord.” – Prophet Muhammad (SAW)
Ramzan ki sehri Mubarak ho quotes
Ramzan Ki Sehri Mubarak
“Whoever does not break his fast from dawn until night has indeed fasted.” – Prophet Muhammad (SAW)
“The most beloved deed to Allah is prayer at its earliest time and the most beloved deed of Allah is fasting in Ramadan.” – Prophet Muhammad (SAW)
“He who does not give up vain speech and evil action, Allah is not in need of his leaving his food and drink.” – Prophet Muhammad (SAW)
“He who does not abandon falsehood in speech and action, Allah has no need that he should leave his food and drink.” – Prophet Muhammad (SAW)
“Fasting is a shield with which a servant protects himself from the Fire.” – Prophet Muhammad (S)
“When one of you breaks his fast, he should break it with dates because they are blessed, but if he does not have any, then he should break it with water because it is purifying.” – Prophet Muhammad (S)
“Allah does not look at your figures, nor at your wealth; but He looks at your hearts and actions.” – Prophet Muhammad (SAW)
“The month of Ramadan is the one in which the Quran was revealed, a guidance for humanity and clear proofs of the guidance and criterion. Whoever of you is present in this month, let him fast.” – Qur’an 2:185
“O you who have believed, decreed upon you is fasting as it was decreed upon those before you that you may become righteous.” – Qur’an 2:183
“The month of Ramadan has come to you all with blessings and this is the greatest of all months. In it, the gates of Paradise are opened and the gates of Hell are closed; and in it devils are chained.” – Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)
“When the month of Ramadan arrives, the doors of mercy are opened.” – Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)
“Whoever prays at night in Ramadan out of faith and seeking its reward from Allah will be forgiven his previous sins.” – Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)
“Fasting is a shield with which a servant protects himself from the fire.” – Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)
“There are two moments of joy for the fasting person: one when he breaks his fast, and the other when he meets his Lord.” – Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)
“The fragrance of Paradise will be visible to the fasting person on the Day of Resurrection, and their faces will radiate.” – Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)
“Sadaqah (charity) given in Ramadan is equivalent to giving 70 times its value in other months.” – Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)
“Whoever feeds a fasting person will have the same reward as the fasting person, without any decrease in his reward.” – Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)
“Ramadan is the month of patience, and Paradise is for the patient.” – Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)
“On the night of Power, whoever prays and asks Allah for anything, will have it given to him.” – Prophet Muhmmad (SAW)

As we begin the holy month of Ramadan, let us all remember the true meaning of this special time. Ramadan is a time for reflection, prayer, and giving back to those less fortunate. It is also a time for family and friends to come together and celebrate the blessings of this holy month.

I would like to wish all Muslims around the world a blessed Ramadan. May this special time be a source of strength and guidance for us all. Ramzan Mubarak!

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