Ramadan Mubarak Wishes, Messages and Ramadan Mubarak SMS

Ramadan is one of the most anticipated holidays in Muslim community. This month is considered as the holiest month, marking the ninth month of Islamic calendar. Muslims around the world unite and observe fasting and reflection during this period. Ramadan is one of the important pillars of Islam. Physically capable Muslims are obliged to observe fasting, in which they need to restrain from eating, drinking and thinking of malicious thoughts. They have to devote their time in praying, reading Quran and reflecting.

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During Ramadan, I often notice my friends in social media expressing the phrases “Ramadan Mubarak”. I wonder what Ramadan Mubarak really means. So I researched and I found out that Ramadan Mubarak means “Blessed Month”. In a form of greeting, Muslims intend to wish their loved ones and family to have a blessed Ramadan. It may also mean “congratulations, it’s Ramadan!” for this month is also known to bring blessings.

Are you looking for Ramadan Mubarak wishes? Then, this collection of Ramadan wishes and Ramadan Mubarak messages is for you. Here, you’ll find inspirational Ramadan Mubarak greetings that are hoping your recipient to have a blessed celebration of Ramadan. We include some Ramadan Mubarak SMS wishes and card greetings that you can use. You also check out our Ramadan kareem wishes in other section of this website.

Heartfelt Ramadan Mubarak Wishes for Friends

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May this holy Ramadan be the start of your happiness
May this bring you joy, good fortune and prosperity.
Have a blessed Ramadan!

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You are one of the reason why my life has been meaningful
This Ramadan, let me pray to Allah
To bring you more blessings.
Ramadan Mubarak to you!

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My life has been great and happy,
Thanks to a wonderful friend like you
You’re one of the reason why I enjoy life
That Allah gave me
Here’s wishing you a blessed Ramadan!

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As the crescent moon is sighted.
And the holy month of Ramadan begins…
May Allah bless you with happiness and
Grace your home with warmth and peace

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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.
Ramadan Mubarak!

Ramadan Mubarak SMS and Text Messages

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As you pray and fast this Ramadan
May all your wishes come true
Enjoy the long lasting blessings of Allah.
Ramadan Mubarak!

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Fortunate Is The One
Who Has Learned To Admire,
But Not To Envy.
Good Wishes For A Joyous Ramadan
And A Happy New Year With A Plenty
Of Peace And Prosperity.

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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!

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Ramadan is a month of Allah
Whose beginning is Mercy
Whose middle is Forgiveness
Whose end is Freedom from Fire

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May Allah bring you more blessings this Ramadan
Ramadan Mubarak to you and your family.

Ramadan Mubarak Quotes and Sayings

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He is the One GOD; th e 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]

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“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]

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“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

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“(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]