What is an appropriate greeting for Ramadan?
The month of Ramadan is a month of fasting, not a holiday, and therefore it is customary to greet people by saying “رَمَضان كَريم” (“Ramadan Kareem”) or “رَمَضان مُبارَك” (“Ramadan Mubarak,” Have a blessed Ramadan).
How do you greet Ramadan Kareem?
The most common greeting during Ramadan is Ramadan Mubarak (Rah-ma-dawn Moo-bar-ack). It essentially means “blessed Ramadan” or “happy Ramadan.”
Do you say Ramadan Kareem or Mubarak?
While more people would agree that ‘Mubarak’ is more appropriate than ‘Kareem,’ both greetings can be heard nowadays during the holy month of Ramadan. P.S. Just as a small reminder for you. In 2021, Ramadan month begins on April 13th and will last till Mth.
What is Mubarak Kareem?
Ramadan Mubarak is a translation of the Arabic word that means ‘blessed. However, the other phrase Ramadan Kareem is not commonly used. It translates to ‘generous Ramadan’.
What is the response for Ramadan Mubarak?
A popular greeting is “Ramadan mubarak.” In English, that means “Happy Ramadan.” A good response is “Khair Mubarak” which returns the good wishes or, “And the same to you.” Another popular greeting is “Ramadan kareem.” It means “Have a generous Ramadan.” A good response is “Allahu Akram” or, God is much more generous.”
Is it OK to say Ramadan Mubarak?
How do you wish someone a Happy Ramadan? You can exchange Ramadan greetings by saying “Ramadan Kareem,” which translates into “Have a generous Ramadan,” or “Ramadan Mubarak,” which roughly translates into “Happy Ramadan.” On the last day of Ramadan, which is Eid-al-fitr, the greeting changes to “Eid Mubarak.”
Is it OK to say Ramadan Kareem?
What to say after Ramadan ends?
“At the end of Ramadan, on Eid Al fitr and after morning prayer, we say Eid Mubarak, meaning ‘blessed festival’. Muslims generally visit their family, friends during the three days to wish them a blessed Eid.
Can husband and wife make love Ramadan?
In Islamic sharia, husbands and wives are prohibited from engaging in sexual intercourse during the fasting hours of Ramadan.