When Ramadan Start in Pakistan 2019?
Are you looking for what is Ramadan? When Ramadan 2019 will start and end? How many Ashra are there in Ramadan? Are children, sick and old people needed to fast? Yes, you are in the right place, you will get your answers as well as extra knowledge. Ramadan 2019 will start in Pakistan hopefully on the evening of 6 May, Monday and will end on the evening of 5 June, Wednesday.
The time duration of the month of Ramadan is 29 or 30 days, start with the sighting of Ramadan moon and end with the sighting of the Shawwal Moon. Ramadan is one of the five pillars of Islam, also known as the month of fasting that is observed by Muslims of all over the world. The month of Ramadan is divided into three Ashra’s, first reflects Mercy of ALLAH, second indicates forgiveness of ALLAH and third reflects safety from hell.
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FIRST ASHRA- REHMAH FROM ALLAH ALMIGHTY
Allah is most merciful, in the first ten days of Ramadan the fasting people ask for mercy and blessing of Allah Almighty.
SECOND ASHRA- FORGIVENESS FROM ALLAH ALMIGHTY
People are full of doing sins; the next ten days of Ramadan are called Ashra of forgiveness. Muslims regret their sins and pray for forgiveness.
THIRD ASHRA- SAFETY FROM HELLFIRE
The last Ashra is very important and superior, remaining 9 or 10 days are of seeking safety from hellfire. There is a very important night that falls in this Ashra, and some people also sit for Aitakaf.
Ramadan is the time for Muslims to practice self-restraint, obligation to restrain in the period from dawn and dusk from many activities (food, water, evil deeds, sexual activity, unkind thoughts, and immoral behaviors, etc) to avoid sin and ask ALLAH for his forgiveness.
The month of Ramadan 2019 in Pakistan will also be full of celebrations, the food is eaten before sunrise that is called Suhur or Sehri, and the fasting is finished after sunset that is called Iftar. The gates of hell are closed, and the gates of paradise are open during the month of Ramadan. The devils are chained during the month of Ramadan, so people do fewer sins.
PEOPLE EXEMPTED FROM KEEPING FAST
Fasting is obligatory on Muslims when they reach the age of puberty, age from 10 to 14. The only people not liable to are who are traveling, weak, old, children, mentally ill, pregnant, menstruating and women on breastfeeding, etc.
REWARD AFTER RAMADAN
Every year Allah almighty bless us with the month of Ramadan, Ramadan 2019 in Pakistan will also come with full of blessing and reward. After Ramadan, the Muslim who fast for 29 or 30 days is rewarded with Eid-ul-Fitr, Eid full of sweets and food.