Without any uncertainty, the holy month of Ramadan is the most divine month of the Islamic Hijri Calendar. The blessed month that changes the regular life of Muslim Ummah. The Muslims turn towards holy rites seeking of clemency and search for the blessings and forgiveness of Allah the Almighty for the rest of the year. This is the blessed month when the Muslims prefer to visit the Holy Places of Makkah and Madinah with different packages such as Luxury umrah tours 2019 for families with Visa, flight and Transportation.
It is the month where Muslims change their daily routine, turn towards Salah seeking of compassion, and search for the blessings and mercy of Allah Almighty for the rest of the year. In the month of Ramadan, the aim of all Muslim Ummah is to make the best use of this holy month and search for as many blessings and mercy as possible. They also abstain from all such doings that spoil their fast and someway make a Muslim lose all the prize and sacred signs, which a person had earned. The Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) said in His hadith according to this month,
“When the month of Ramadan begins, the doors of the paradise are opened and the doors of Jahannam are closed and the Satans are chained.” (Sahih Bukhari)
This hadith shows that there is no Satan in the month of Ramadan which distracts us. If someone performs wrongdoings in this month, its mean that there is an evil inside himself or herself. Therefore, if there is something that evil happens from a Muslim, it’s his or her personal responsibility and we can’t blame a Satan for our mistakes.
Common Fault During Ramadan
Therefore, it is imperious that in the month of Ramadan a Muslims abstain from all such activities that are not earnest of fasting and are faults that shouldn’t be committed throughout the fast. See the common mistakes here during the month of Ramadan,
• Getting Angry
• Napping all Day
• Fasting without Prayer and Holy Quran
• Argue with Others
So, these are some common faults during the month of Ramadan. We must avoid these mistakes to get the great reward from Allah the Almighty. Indeed, He is Kind and Generous.