9 Ramadan Infographics [2017 Edition]

Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, and is observed by about 1.6 billion Muslims worldwide. But what is Ramadan, exactly? Here are the simple answers to all of your questions about this Muslim celebration in a form of a collection of infographics.

What Ramadan is all about?

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Check out why do Muslims fast, how does it work and when does the month of fasting end in our infographic post on the holiest month of the Islamic calendar.

Is fasting good for your health?

There’s been a significant amount of research on fasting and the benefits it can have on our bodies. Check out the health benefits of fasting!

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If that’s not enough we have another infographic which features some of the many health benefits of fasting.

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Is there any special prayer during the month of Ramadan?

Yes! and it is called Taraweeh however it is not compulsory. If you wish to perform them you may but many people really put their heart and effort to perform the prayer because this celebration is only once a year.

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How to have a productive workday during Ramadan?

You wish you can survive the long hour fast with the same enthusiasm as any other months of the year? Follow these tips and we hope they may help you to increase your productivity at work!

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How to train good habits during Ramadan?

We should make full use of this month to gain the blessings of Allah and to strengthen ourselves in all aspects. Here are some tips to reap the Best from the Month of Manifold Reward.

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What Is Laylat Al Qadr, The ‘Night Of Power?

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Known as the night of power,Laylat al Qadr is considered to be one of the most holiest night for Muslims and here’s why Laylat al Qadr is the most awaited night for the Muslim.

We wish you a blessed Ramadan. May this month be a Holy month of blessings, peace and happiness to you and your families.

Ever wonder how the Muslims celebrate the holy month across the world? Check our article on Ramadan around the world.