Importance of Holy Month of Ramadan in Islam and Significance of Ramazan for Muslims

The Holy Month of Ramadan enjoys a special importance in the Islamic calendar. Ramadan is called most Significant month in the Islamic calendar (The ninth month in the Islamic lunar calendar) and it's obligatory for the Muslim Ummah to fast in Ramazan. Significance of this islamic month lies in the fact that it's one of the five basic and foremost pillars of Islam.

It is essential to understand the value of Ramadan while fasting in order to take the maximum benefit. Here are some informative islamic stuff that shows the importance of Ramadan in Islam.

The blessings & benefits of Ramadan Fasting

Reasons Why Muslims Should Fast in Ramadan
Fast during Ramadan 
Month of Ramadan Importance

Meaning of fasting in Islam

Ramadan for Muslims

Ramadan Mentioned in Quran

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Masjid e Nabvi, Madina shareef and Haram Pak Makkah During Ummrah

As Salaam Aleikum wa Rahmatullahi wa Barakatuh.  (May Allah's Peace, Mercy and Blessings be upon all of you). I am very happy that I am (Admin of Islamic stuff corner) blessed by Great Allah to get a chance to perform Umrah with my Family. I'm Lucky that I've performed UMMRAH along with my parents and my wife. I always wished that I could bring my parents to Saudi Arabia for UMMRAH Performing. My Great ALLAH has fulfilled my heart desire.  I pray to Allah for every one to get such blessing of Allah. Ameen. Today I'm going to share the inspirational Islamic pics which I myself has taken during my Ummrah time at Madina Shareef and Haram Pak Makkah.
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Beautiful Masjid Nabvi Madina Picture
Door of Ka'bah
Door of Masjid-e-Nabwi
Great view of MAKKAH (construction)
Haram Pak Makkah
Masjid e Nabvi Minar 

Madina Shareef Door
Masjid e Nabvi Front View in Day Sunlight
Al-Masjid an-Nabawi

Masjid Nabvi (SAW) at Namaz e Fajr Time
Gumbad E Kkhazra Ke Minar

Inside Masjid Nabawi (S.A.W) Madina Munawara
Inside The Haram Sharif Makkah
Praying at Madina

Masjid-e-NabawÄ«: A mosque established and originally built by 
our Prophet Muhammad (p.b.u.h), 
situated in the city of Medina in Saudi Arabia
Umbrellas in madina mosque

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Beautiful Quotes of Hazrat Umar Farooq Golden Sayings in English Urdu

Enjoy these best Hazrat Umar Farooq (R.A) Quotes at Islamic-Stuff-Corner. Quotations by Hazrat Omar Farooq (RA) companion of the Islamic prophet Muhammad P.B.U.H, born 579 CE – died 3 November 644 CE. Share with your friends. Share the Ameer al-Mu'mineen Sayyiduna ‘Umar al-Farooq Radi Allahu Ta'ala Anhaa Saying collection and more. Enjoy Quote of the Day.

Aqwal-e-zareen (Quotes & Sayings) of Hazrat Omar (R.A)
“The less of the World, the freer you live.”
“Avoidance of sin is lighter than the pain of remorse.”

Mujhe Dua Qabool hone ki fikar nahi. Mujhe sirf Dua Maangne ki Fikar hai. Jab mujhe Dua Maangne ki Toufeeq ho gai tu Qaboliyat bhi us k sath hasil ho jae gi. HAZRAT UMAR FAROOQ (Radi allahu anhu)
“Praise Allah, for by praise His blessings multiply.”
“Money cannot help lifting its head.”
“What regresses, never progresses.”

Hazrat huzaifa radi allahu anhu se rawayat h k Sarkar e Madina SALALLAHU TALLA ALYHE WA AALYHE WASALIM ka farman e aalishan h, ” rakhe gae zilat or khuwari us par jo mere hukum ka khilaf kare or jo kisi qoam se tashuba kare wo unhe m se hai (Bukhari)
Aqwal Hazrat Ameer Al Momineen

“Fear Allah, for that is fortune; indifference to Allah is misfortune.”
“Be patient; patience is a pillar of faith.”
“Acquire knowledge and teach it to people.”

Best Aqwal e Zareen Hazrat Umar Farooq R.A 
“The wisest man is he who can account for his actions.”
“When a man puts me a question, I judge of his intelligence.”
“Don’t forget your own self while preaching to others.”

Hazrat huzaifa radi allahu anhu se rawayat he:
“Allah loves moderation and hates extravagance and excess.”
“He who went to the kings to seek favours went away from Allah.”
“Sit with those who love Allah, for that enlightens the mind.”

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