Ramadan Eid– where fasting is sanity
Celebrate this year’s Ramadan Eid with bashful snippets. Send your loved ones, holy wishes of health and wellness even in distance.
Extending Ramadan wishes to everyone from Doographics!
Once again, Ramadan, celebrated by Muslims all over the world, is here with a blissful play of the moon and all the holiness. So, you must be thinking of what the belief is behind this festival? Anyone who follows Islam must fast like poor this month, in order to realize the pain of hunger. This makes them much kinder towards all the miseries of life. They believe that to pray to Allah, their god, in this month, brings righteousness seventy-two times more than the other days. Last year, it had been really hard for everyone as most of them got stuck in different places due to lockdown and could not see their dear ones on this precious day. Though the definition of god for other religions could mean a lot to them when it comes to Islam, they too have their holy book called Kuran which helps them overcome all the difficulties in life and be grounded in all the worse situations. In Spite of India being a diverse country, it has always adhered to people from any corner of the world, come and rejoice any festival of the country. It is rare in any country to see people come together at every festival and take the effort to be a part of each other's happiness. But India has always done that even with great diversity thus showing unity in all the situations. It feels to be a part of such a country where it is taught to see each other as one. In the second year of lockdown, which is again unfortunate, most of the essence of this festival can be seen on the internet with Ramadan wishes in Hindi and many other languages. From children to adults. Everyone indulges in this occasion.
In the name of Allah, all the Muslims spread Ramadan greetings to each other after seeing the first moon of the month. Ramadan festival is considered one of the most sacred festivals as one has to fast for a month to go through the pain of hunger like every poor man. All over Google, people have searched for Ramadan quotes to give warm wishes to their loved ones and family, even in distance. Quotes on Ramadan like ‘Ramadan Mubarak and ‘Ramadan Kareem’ have been going fervid online. One can find a lot of Ramadan status and Ramadan images going viral on Whatsapp and Instagram today. India is the only country where you will find people from other religions enjoying this festival. In the era where everything is a piece of cake now, one can design their own greeting their way in Doographics. You can also give your precious feedback on the website and help us grow. When looking for perfect tools to design it your way, you are just a click away to make it happen. 'Art made easy' - this is what Doographics rant. A hell of a lot of users has already downloaded many Ramadan wishes images. The best thing about it is the app being so user-friendly that one can get the thing quickly without getting professional support.
Did you upload any Ramadan status yet? If not, then please do as all your near ones are waiting for your precious Ramadan wish. To share lovely Ramadan images, you just need to type ‘Ramadan images hd download’ in Google and you can find your favorite one. Did any of your friends search Ramadan posters lately sitting next to you? You might not have come to know but yes, a hell of a lot of people have searched for posters on Ramadan this year. Last year, as the same happened, most of them were again indulged in searching ‘Happy Ramadan posters’. As any celebration requires the best of its decoration, one would also prefer the best Ramadan poster online. Not only they wished to have the best poster, but also the best Ramadan wishes images to share it with an ease to all of their contacts in a single click. Worldwide, on this day, everyone showers Ramadan wishes in the form of gifts, celebrations, feasts, and outings. How good it is to see Ramadan images floating all over social media platforms with plenty of loving comments. Isn’t it beautiful to be a part of such a religious festival where we also realize god in each other as well? There have been lots of customs and traditions in every religion. Out of 10 homes in every area, one of them always follows the rituals that their ancestors have introduced to them. Similarly, Muslims also follow their beliefs and their religion teaches them to pray not the deity but the one who is present to everyone, one with all the superpower, the supreme.
After dawn to sunset fasting of Ramadan, they break it on the auspicious day when it is a full moon. This day is well known as Eid-ul-Fitr. On Eid, in every Muslim home, mutton curry is prepared and eaten with so much love. It is a strict custom to not fast on this day. After so much sacrifice by fasting, everyone buys new clothes or gets it stitched a day before to joyfully end it with all the happiness forgetting every pain or misery in life. The two types of Muslims, Sunni, and Shia, both follow different praying procedures. All of them spread over to open lands and pray to god wishing health and wealth to their beloved. As an act of charity, there is a tradition where people give money to the poor and needy and also to the family members with love. On Eid, they pray early in the morning and are done for celebration for the rest of the day. They complete this celebration by visiting family, friends, and relatives.It is also incomplete unless you do not savor ‘semiya’ at your Muslim friend’s home and take pretty Ramadan pictures.Last but not the least, in this difficult time, let us all come together and spread the word 'love' as we never who we see for the last time.