Fasting Ramadan

Fasting is observed as an act of obedience to God, one for which He has reserved special blessings. The fasting person is rewarded manifold for all good deeds. In addition, according to a saying of Prophet Muhammad(pbuh), whoever fasts and prays during Ramadan with pure intentions will have their past sins forgiven.



Fast of Ramadan: Once each year, Muslims are commanded to fast for an entire month from dawn to sunset.

A Brief Guide to Ramadan and Fasting

Fasting throughout Ramadan is the fourth of the five pillars of Islam. Therefore, it is obligatory for each adult, sane, responsible Muslim to observe fasting throughout Ramadan.

Fasting in Islam

Fasting includes self-refinement and discipline. It pleases the Lord, provides nourishment for the soul and teaches patience, self-control and appreciation of provisions often taken for granted. But a believer’s objective must be to fulfill his obligation to his Lord, to show servitude to Him, and to obey His command. He fasts only for th...

Ramadan Pocket Guide

Want to know the virtues of Ramadan? Have questions about Ramadan or Fasting? Want to know what was the Prophet (Peace and Blessings of Allah upon Him) doing in Ramadan? Still undecided about organizing your time and setting a specific daily schedule to get the best out of Ramadan? You can do this and more just in one sitting or on the go by downlo...

Your Day in Ramadan

This is a useful book talks about how a fasting Muslim should spend his day in Ramadan. This is regarding deeds by which he abides during his day. No doubt he should be eager to instill the good morals into himself while performing this great rite. He should not forget to ask Allah when he breaks his fasting, for Allah promised that he an...

30 Tips for a Guilt-Free Ramadan

This is a really great book that guides Muslims to know how they live Ramadan without committing sins. It talks about the sins and its reasons. It confirms that the first step is to see Ramadan as the last Ramadan for you.


Fasting is protection and training
The Purpose of Fasting in Islam
A Major Hidden Benefit of Fasting Regularly
Virtues of the Month of Ramadaan


Fasting the Month of Ramadan

Every year in the month of Ramadan, all Muslims fast from dawn until sundown, abstaining from food, drink, and sexual relations.

How to Fast Ramadan?

Muslims should not neglect the seasons of worship; rather, they must be among the first to excel in and compete in them. Allah The Almighty Says (what means): {So for this let the competitors compete.}[Quran 83:26]

How to Fast

 A detailed lesson on the topic of fasting; its types, obligation, method and exemptions, along with special regulations for women.

The Wisdom Behind Fasting

From the wisdom of fasting is that: It is an act of worship done for Allah, in which the ‘abd (servant) draws closer to His Lord by abandoning the things that he loves and desires, such as food, drink and sexual intercourse. 

An Introduction to Fasting

 A lesson on the Islamic view of fasting and its virtues as compared to the primitive societies and other religions.

Why do Muslims fast Ramadan?

Most the overweight people have tried different kinds of fasting. Some will drink only juice for a day, or eat only fruit, or stay away from any sugar or carbohydrates, or stop drinking alcohol for a period of time. Yet, it seems strange, the idea of Muslims fasting in the month of Ramadan.

Ramadan: The Month of Fasting

Fasting is intended to instill self-discipline, empathy and compassion in the individual. Muslims are motivated to increase their generosity during this month.

The Fast of the Month of Ramadaan

The fast of Ramadaan refers to abstaining from food, drink and sexual intercourse during the days of the month of Ramadaan.

Voluntary Fasts

 Basics of the voluntary or nafl fasting will be taught in this lesson.

Ramadan: The Last Ten Nights

 The importance of the last ten nights of Ramadan and suggestions as to how a person can increase and maximise their worship in these special nights.

The Virtues of Ramadaan

Ramadan is one of the twelve Arabic months. It is a month which is venerated in the Islamic religion, and it is distinguished from the other months by a number of characteristics and virtues.

Why Ramadan is important

Ramadan is a blessed season, whose motto is, “Whoever sights the new moon of the month, let him fast it (that month).” Its age is a limited number of days. Its aim is that you become righteous. Its call is, “O seeker of good, proceed! O seeker of evil, desist!”

when Ramadan starts the gates of the heavens will be opened

Who is more generous in rewarding than Allah The Almighty? Is there anyone who fulfills his promise like Him? Look at the role of faith pertaining to the reality of fasting during this month in particular.