Ramadan is the name of the ninth month in the Islamic calendar. It is a holy month in which all Muslims practice fasting which means staying away from all things that are allowed out of Ramadan even food and drink for the sake of Allah. During Ramadan, all observant Muslims observe the Fast of Ramadan between dawn (fajr), and sunset (maghrib).
During Ramadan evenings, Muslims eat small meals and visit with friends and family. It is a time of worship and contemplation. A time to strengthen family and community ties.
It is also a time to get closer to Allah and refrain from committing sins. Ramadan ends with the festival of Eid al-Fitr.
Undoubtedly, the fast is regarded as divine hence; the ninth month of the Islamic is considered a blessed one. The Dhikr of Allah forms a significant activity of the fast. The peak of the month of Ramadan is a celebration known Eid ul Fitr used to offer thanks offerings to Allah. Muslims dedicate themselves to studying the Duas as well as the Quran and occupy their time performing the Dhikr.