The celebration of Ramadan is just around the corner. It is considered as one of the most important holidays for our Muslim brothers and sisters. Ramadan is a month of fasting whereas Muslims abstain from eating foods, smoking, drinking and engaging in any forms of sexual activities or relations. In Islamic religion, fasting gives a lot of blessings, but during Ramadan, they believe that the rewards (also called as thawab) are multiplied. Here is some best Ramadan wishes to help you to wish Ramadan Mubarak to your friends and relatives

Ramadan Mubarak



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This Ramadan 2013, make it a bit more special to your relatives and familt. If you’re a Muslim, offer your family and relatives a nice greeting card for your celebration. A nice gift related to the celebration of Ramadan, with some Ramadan wishes and quotes on them would be great. Non-Muslims can also reach out to their friend by giving them Ramadan greetings in a form of note or card. These are some of the Ramadan wishes and Ramadan quotes samples you can put in your card to greet your fellow Muslim brother/sister or your Muslim friend.

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Ramadan Mubarak messages, Ramadan Mubarak Wishes and Greetings

Ramadan Mubarak May Allah Shower all his blessings on you

Welcome the crescent moonlight
As it hangs above in the night
That Allah will strengthen your faith
Surely it’ll bring blessing in your fate.
Ramadan Mubarak!

Though we sow some striving.
Allah will turn this into blessing.
It’s a month of fruitful sacrifice
Ramadan brings rewards into our lives.
Ramadan Mubarak!

The Qur’an reveals that Ramadan serves as guidance to mankind.
To glorify Allah in the midst of everything.
Giving thanksgiving to him who blesses your way.
Ramadan Mubarak!

It’s a time of reflection.
It’s a moment of purification.
Allah sees all things.
And rewards greatly.
Ramadan Mubarak!

May your days be glad
Peace and joy to add
It’s a long month journey
But filled with felicity.
Wishing you a happy Ramadan.

Qur’an reminds us that we have to stay pure before the throne of Allah.
As Ramadan is fast approaching,
Let’s prepare our hearts and minds that
We may be united spiritually with the almighty one.
Ramadan Mubarak!

Ramadan Kareem


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Ramadan Kareem Wishes, Ramadan Kareem Greetings and Messages

As the Qur’an is recited during the Ramadan season,
I pray that our hearts and minds agree to what we read and practice it in our lives.
It’s the doing that counts, not just mere utterance.
Ramadan Kareem!

The key to success is reflected in the Qur’an.
May we find blessing and guidance as we recite it altogether in the Ramadan days.
Happy Ramadan!

Qur’an unfolds many secrets and blessings to success.
May Allah bless everyone who finds meaning and truth
In the words of the holy Qur’an.

Often we neglect the value of prayer and fasting during Ramadan.
If we truly want to honor Allah,
Our hearts will be wholeheartedly committed to it.
Ramadan Kareem!

Ramadan is more than just a tradition or a religious practice.
It’s an act of worship towards Allah and the teachings of Qur’an.
Ramadan Kareem!

As we bow in humility, prayers and thanksgiving
May we find real and long lasting blessing
Ramadan Kareem!

A Muslim’s heart and soul
Is given to the one who sees it all
To bless every knee in fervent prayer and sacrifice
Of rewards folded a hundred times.
Happy Ramadan.
Ramadan Kareem!
Ramadan calls for humility and submission to Allah, the almighty.
Blessings, favor, peace and joy are on the way.
Ramadan Kareem!

Humility for prosperity
Sacrifice for blessings
Bended knees for rewards
Heart laid down for worship
To Allah who deserves these all.
Ramadan Kareem!

Happy Ramadan Wishes and Ramadan Kareem Wishes


May the month of Ramadan be cheerful.
May you able to receive the greatest
Blessings of Ramadan celebration.

Yet again, the time has come to ask forgiveness for the wrongdoings and sins.
It’s time we pray and consider our actions to others.
This is one of the times where we give our abundance
To the ones who need it most.
May Allah guide us all.

As we celebrate the holy month of Ramadan,
May Allah shower His blessings upon you and your family.

May you have a solemn and peaceful celebration of Ramadan.
May the divine graces of Allah be on you.

May this month of Ramadan be a month of abundance,
A month of compassion,
And assistance for you and your family.

Even if all the ink in this world is the sea
Plus the water from the lakes and rivers,
The words of Allah will not be drained;
For Allah is vast in ability and insight.

Ramadan Quotes, Ramadan Wishes Quotes


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Here is Allah, the one God, the designer, the maker.
All the most beautiful names belong to Him.
He is the most great and most sensible.
Happy Ramadan!

You cannot count all the blessing that Allah has given you,
you will run out of numbers to recall them.
But I am grateful to Allah for giving me a friend like you.
A blessed Ramadan to you.

Allow this month to be the time of forgiveness and repenting.
Repent all the sins and the mistakes you’ve done.
Have a blessed Ramadan.

May the greatness of Allah fulfill your desires and dreams,
With happiness and peace around you.

This month is full of blessing and wisdom.
Ask all your desires to Allah and he will listen,
Because you’re a wonderful person and I’m glad to have met you.
Happy Ramadan!

I am wishing you good health, happiness and fulfillment in this holy celebration.
May Allah grant you His wisdom and blessings.

Let us commemorate the teachings of Quran on this celebration,
Clear our ways and ask for forgiveness.
Be a blessing to each and everyone.

Ramadan Wishes in English, Ramadan Mubarak Wishes

Wishing that Allah may give you all the desires in your heart.
Happy Ramadan!

May Allah shower your family with love,
Peace and togetherness in this holy celebration.

All the great things and blessings may come in your way.
Whether great and small are being wished for you.
Eid Mubarak!

May Allah bring all the goodness of life in our family and home.
May He be with you in this month of Ramadan.

I pray for your continuous abundance in life, satisfaction and joy.
May all of these will be grant to you, for you are a great brother I treasure.
A blessed Ramadan to you!

May the great Allah shower your path with light and knowledge.
May this month be an enlightening celebration to all of us.

As you feast on your Iftar,
I pray nothing but good health and prosperity in your family and friends.
May you share it with love on your loved ones.

May Allah shower you with wisdom and good health on your celebration of Ramadan.

Our precious greetings and wishes on your celebration of Ramadan.
May He bless you and your family with strength and prosperity.

We wish you a warm and bright spirit on your Ramadan occasion.
For Allah, the great maker, will bring us joy and peace on this holiday.
Ramadan Kareem!

May Allah acknowledge your prayers and desires as you celebrate Ramadan.


May this month be a reminder to forgive and forget all the bad things.
May this month be your guide and courage to start anew.
Happy Ramadan.

Nothing but warm wish is being showered upon you this Ramadan.

May Allah bestow all the good and pureness in your heart this month.
Be the good role model of every brothers and sisters.
Happy Ramadan.

May you be blessed with love, good health and security
As you celebrate the holy month of Ramadan.

I pray for your good celebration of Ramadan,
nothing but peace and harmony are being wished to you and the rest of your family.

Let the goodness of Allah shine upon you.
A blessed Ramadan to everyone in your family.

May all the good pieces of fortune and blessings be at your way.

We wish you a joyous and healthy Iftar as you celebrate this holy month.

Ramazan Quotes and Happy Ramadan Greetings

May this month be favorable to you and all your wishes come true.
May all the goodness shine in your home.

All the good things and blessings are being wished for your and your loved ones.
May you have a fruitful month celebrating Ramadan.

In this holy month of Ramadan,
May all the good things come in your way.
May you have all the desires in your heart to come true.

We wish you and the rest of your family an abundant and blissful celebration of Ramadan.

Good health and success may bestow upon you.
Happy Ramadan.

A fruitful and blissful month to you and your family.
Eid Mubarak.

May this month filled with love and union in your family.
May all the wishes and prayers will be answered.

May the essence of Ramadan gives you peace
And love to share to the entire Muslim community.
A blessed Ramadan to you.

All the prayers by a great person like you will be heard and accepted.
Eid Mubarak.

May you have all the good health and strength as you celebrate the Holy Ramadan.

May this holy celebration reigns as a sign of peace and harmony.
May this be the perfect example of peaceful way of living. Happy Ramadan!

I wish you all the best in your health as you celebrate Ramadan.
May all the desires in your heart be answered in no time.

I wish nothing but the best to a good brother like you.
May you and your family receive all the good things in this holy month of Ramadan.
Ramadan Kareem!

Wishing you a happy Eid Mubarak.
With pure joy and happiness together with your family.

May you’ll be blessed with all the good things that a man could ever ask for.
Lift all your wishes to Allah and He will accept it.

I ask Allah to guide you and your family all the time as you celebrate Ramadan.
May you all be together with love and unity.

Happy Ramadan Quotes, Ramadan Kareem Quotes

Allah will answer the prayers from a pure and clear heart like yours.
Happy Ramadan!

As you celebrate Ramadan, I wish that all your good intentions will be heard.
May your home be filled with love and blessings.
May the spirit of this celebration fill each and everyone.

May all the prayers you have be answered.
May all the goodness in life come to you and your family.
Happy Ramadan and may you all have the good health.

May this occasion filled with love, unity and understanding
To the rest of the community.
May you be at your best health.

We wish you a happy and peaceful Ramadan.
May all the activities be successful and meaningful.

As you feast on your Iftar,
May you have all the comfort and security
To continue each day with strength and good health.

As the day ends, may you feast with healthy foods
and harmonious celebration to keep you more fit in the next day.
Ramadan Mubarak!

The rest of my family wishes you a happy and blessed Ramadan.
May all the prayers in heart come true.

May you be at your best health as you celebrate Ramadan.
All the good prayers are with you.

I wish you and your family a peaceful Ramadan.
All the goodness wishes are with you.
May you continue to be a blessing to each and everyone.

Famous Quotes about Ramadan, Ramadan Quotes from Quran


“(It was) the month of Ramadan in which was revealed the Qur’aan, a guidance for mankind and clear proofs for the guidance and the criterion (between right and wrong). So whoever of you sights (the crescent on the first night of) the month (of Ramadan i.e. is present at his home), he must observe Sawm (fasts) that month…”
-[al-Baqarah 2:185]

“Whoever backbites his Muslim brothers, his fasting will be invalid and his ablution null. Should he die in such a state, he will die like the one who decreed lawful what Allah has forbidden.”
– Prophet Muhammad

“He is the One GOD; the Creator, the Initiator, the Designer. To Him belong the most beautiful names. Glorifying Him is everything in the heavens and the earth. He is the Almighty, Most Wise.”
– [Quran 59:24]

“Allaah has made Laylat al-Qadr in this month, which is better than a thousand months, as Allaah says…The Night of Al-Qadr is better than a thousand months. Therein descend the angels and the Rooh [Jibreel (Gabriel)] by Allaah’s Permission with all Decrees, there is peace until the appearance of dawn.”
– [al-Qadar 97:1-5]

“O ye who believe! Fasting is prescribed to you as it was prescribed to those before you, that ye may (learn) self-restraint.”
– [al-Baqarah, 2:183]

“(Fasting) for a fixed number of days; but if any of you is ill, or on a journey, the prescribed number (Should be made up) from days later. For those who can do it (With hardship), is a ransom, the feeding of one that is indigent. But he that will give more, of his own free will,- it is better for him. And it is better for you that ye fast, if ye only knew”
– [al-Baqarah, 2:184]

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