Here are the best Virtues of Ramadan Hadith and quotations from Sheikh Yasir Qadhi, and Fazail e Amaal. Fast is the 4rth pillar of Islam, and Allah has made fasting in the month of Ramadan. This month, Muslims can earn a lot of virtues at a small cost. There are many reasons and logic that distinguish Ramadan from all remaining months in the Islamic Calendar. There are many Hadith, sayings, and discussions about the Holy month of Ramadan.
Ramadan is a time of reflection and spiritual growth. Muslims believe that Ramadan is a time when Allah looks more favorably on them. There are many virtues associated with Ramadan, including the following:
Fasting helps to purify the body and soul.
It is a time to focus on Allah and to strengthen one’s relationship with Him.
Ramadan is a time for giving charity and helping those in need.
It is an opportunity to learn more about the Quran and Islam.
Ramadan is a blessed month, and Muslims are encouraged to make the most of its blessings. May Allah accept our fasts and prayers during Ramadan. Ameen.
Let’s check some of them.
Best Hadith about Ramadan 2022
Ramadan is the month of forgiveness as Hazrat Muhammad (SAW) said:
The One who fast in the month of Ramadan with hope and faith that he will be rewarded then his old sin will be pardoned.
If a Muslim is no fasting for a particular reason then he is also asked to have Sehri and Aftari as Hazrat Muhammad (SAW) said:
Take The sehri meal as there is a blessing in it
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As a Muslim, we believe on the day of Judgement. The fasting in Ramadan will say in our favor in front of God as Hazrat Muhammad (SAW) said:
Fast will reveal on the Day of Judgement, OH ALLAH, I have prevented him from food and wishes. So, accept my negotiation for him.
Virtues of Umrah in Ramadan & Fazail e Amaal
No one can deny the importance and the blessing of Holy Ramadan. Every virtue in the month of Ramadan increases 10 times. Umrah in the Ramadan become equivalent to Hajj. According to the Hadith of Holy Prophet the significance of Umrah in Hajj is narrated as follow:
Once Hazrat Muhammad (S.A.W) asked a woman from Madinah: Which thing prevents you to perform Hajj? She replied: I had 2 camels. My Husband and child had taken one and left. The rest of us use the other camel to ride on.
Hazrat Muhammad (SAW) asked her: “When to Month of Ramadan Came, go for Umrah because Umrah in Ramadan is equivalent to Hajj”.
Virtues of Ramadan Sheikh Yasir Qadhi
The month of Ramadan is upon us. It is the secret blessing of Allah upon us. It is the month in which there is one day. That day is better than all 1000 days of worship. All the timings in the years are the same but Allah has preferred some timings over others. This is the month that Allah has preferred and gives us a chance to collect as many virtues as we can. Ramadan encourages us to do well and to be good.
Hazrat Muhammad (SAW) during his time, stood on the member and said:
Oh, people know that the Month of Ramadan is upon you. You are witnessing a month that Allah made secret and asked you to fast. All of the doors of hell are shut and chained. All the doors of heaven are opened that is depicting every opportunity to gain heaven.
Hazrat Muhammad (SAW) said:
All the satin, sateens are locked up in the hell. They are not allowed to move to the world to whisper evil deeds near human.
5 Blessings of Ramadan
We all know Ramadan has significant importance in Islam. Whether you’re a practicing Muslim or not, everyone understands that there’s a great deal behind this month. One of the biggest blessings this month brings is the rewards and virtues not doubled, tripled but made at least 700 times more acceptable and numbered, in Allah’s eyes. One good deed is multiplied by 700 during this month.
There are so many ahadith e Nabwii SAWW that tell us the virtues of Ramadan. Here are some virtues below:
1) Taking a suhoor meal has a blessing in it.
2) If you’re fasting in this month, out of sincere faith, seeking Allah’s forgiveness/ reward, you would be forgiven for all your past sins.
3) Whoever stands in Ramadan, (night prayers) will be forgiven for all his sins.
4) Whoever stands up just the night of Layl Tul Qadr, seeking faith and reward from Allah, he will be forgiven of all his previous sins.
5) Fasting in this month will get the fast to intercede on the day of judgment for you (when no one else will be able to intercede for anyone!)
6) Giving anyone something to eat or drink at the time of iftar, preparing meals for them or just giving away in charity during this month, making the fasting person open his fast with food and water, will be as if you fast, too. You will get the same ajar/ reward as the fasting person.
(Note that all the points mentioned up are taken from authentic ahadith e Nabwii SAWW; these are just brief explanations to tell about the virtues of Ramadan)
All satins are close in hell, so if you do any evil deed then it is 100% from you. You can’t blame to satins that he has whispered in your ear and you did it so. In all normal months, satin whispers in your ear & action is done by you. But in Ramadan, the satin is not even allowed to whisper. Ramadan is the reflection of who you are. If your soul is good then you will do goodies and collect virtues as much as you can. And if your soul is not good then Ramadan can’t affect you.