The month of Ramadan is highly regarded in Islamic law. This holy month is very important to us for many reasons. Literally, Ramadan is derived from Ramadan. The month of Ramadan is the month in which the Qur’an (the first) was revealed which is to guide the people and in which are signs of guidance and distinction between right and wrong Whoever of you finds this month should fast, but whoever is ill or a traveler should complete this count on other days. Allah intends for you ease and not hardship That you may complete the count and glorify Allah with His guidance and give thanks to Him.
The month of Ramadan is highly regarded in Islamic law. This holy month is very important to us for many reasons. Literally, Ramadan is derived from Ramadan, which means to burn, burn, or burn on hot sand. From a shar’i point of view, the meaning of Ramadan is that it eliminates the sins and transgressions of the believers in this way. When something is thrown into the fire, it burns it and puts it away.
Allah Almighty makes His believing servants kundan by putting them in the test furnace of the month of Ramadan. It is as if in the holy month of Ramadan, the believer performs various acts of worship and rituals to please his true master in such a way that he becomes pure from sins and attains the pleasure of his Lord and becomes entitled to Paradise. The most important virtue of Ramadan is the revelation of the Qur’an. The obligation of fasting was imposed in order to instill piety in us. By staying hungry and thirsty, many desires and wisdoms of Allah Almighty are obtained.
(1). The fasting person attains piety. That the fasting person, in spite of everything, even in the world of loneliness, forbids even the halal and pure things for the sake of the pleasure of the Lord, and he does not eat or drink. Although if he eats something secretly, no one will see him, but in his heart there is a feeling that my Lord is watching me and he does not let his fast be wasted.
(2). In the same way, in the heart of the fasting person there is a feeling of hunger and thirst of other poor Muslim brothers That those who do not have all kinds of blessings should share in their luxuries and be able to compare their poverty with the intensity of their hunger and thirst.
And on the one hand, the feeling of giving thanks to Allah for the blessings bestowed upon oneself is awakened, and on the other hand, the idea of treating the compelled servants of Allah with kindness is also ready for goodness.
(3). Fasting is also a means of self-training so that if a person, God willing, is afflicted with a trial, he will be able to face all kinds of situations. A study of the history of the beginning of Islam shows that the Imam of the Universe and his devoted Companions, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, kept the candle of religion burning in the most unfavorable conditions.
Both the life of the Prophet (peace be upon him) and his life in Madinah were extremely difficult and are contained in the books of Seth. That Aqa had never eaten soft bread all his life. Similarly, the situation remained more or less the same during the time of Khilafah Rashida, however, when the victories continued to increase. So the people of Islam also began to become economically stable. However, this hard life was the result of obedience to Allah and His Messenger that Islam spread all over the world.
Therefore, one of the wisdoms of fasting is that it is obligatory only in the month of Ramadan. That is why the Almighty says: Translation: O you who believe! In general, people pay a lot of Zakat, Sadaqat and Charity during this blessed month and keep on seeking Allah’s blessings. Although Zakat is paid at the end of the year, the month of Ramadan is chosen for the reward so that Allah Almighty rewards up to seventy obligatory prayers and even seven oaths according to the Qur’an.
In the same way, in this month of Ramadan, in addition to ordinary alms and charity, alms is also given, which becomes an expiation for the shortcomings in fasting and also proves to be a source of tears for the poor Muslims. May Allah bless all of us Muslims to truly benefit from the spring of the holy virtues of Ramadan and may our prayers, fasting, Taraweeh, Zakat, Sadaqat, Charity, Umar I’tikaaf and Zikr-e-Talawat come before us. I accept it and make it a source of forgiveness.