10 Important Hadees About Ramadan In Urdu And English

Hadees About Ramadan

The arrival of Ramadan brings joy and peace everywhere. It is a great opportunity to take a break from fast-paced worldly life and cleanse your soul. People get to sit, eat, and pray together with their families. Congregational prayers such as Taraweeh boost unity and brotherhood in society. Here are some hadees on Ramadan and its blessings.

Hadees About Ramadan:

Hadees About Ramadan

Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) stressed a lot about making the most out of the blissful month of Ramadan. That is why there are many authentic ahadith on the importance of Ramadan. Here are hadees on Ramadan in both English and Urdu.

Hadees For Ramadan In English:

Hadees About Ramadan in english

“Fasting is a shield or protection from the fire and from committing sins. ”
(Sahih Bukhari: 1904)

Fasting is an exercise of self-restraint. It is a great practice to control desires and temptations. Hence, it protects one from committing sins. Consequently, it protects one from the fire of Hell.

“When the month of Ramadan comes, the gates of heaven are opened, and the gates of Hell are closed, and the devils are chained.”
(Sahih Bukhari: 1899)

Ramadan brings Allah’s divine mercy to everyone. The whole world lits up with the beacon of faith and goodness. Allah shackles the devil so that people may engage in good deeds and make the best out of this month for a blissful life in the Hereafter.

“Search for the Night of Power in the odd nights of the last ten days of Ramadan.”
(Sahih Bukhari: 2017)

The Night of Power is the biggest night of all. It is the night on which Allah revealed the Holy Quran. It is one of the odd nights in the last ten days of Ramadan. The Night of Power is the most precious gift for believers. Worship during this night is better than the worship of a thousand nights. The Night of Power makes Ramadan even more special.

“Whoever does not give up evil and ignorant speech and acting accordance with that, Allah does not need his giving up his food and drink.”
(Ibn Majah: 1689)

This hadees warns the believers of not maintaining the decorum of Ramadan. It is futile to stay hungry if you cannot control your ill deeds and bad conduct during Ramadan.

“Whoever prays Qiyaam (Taraweeh Prayer) with the Imam until he finishes, it will be recorded as if he spent the whole night in prayer.”
(Tirmidhi: 806)

This hadees sheds light on the importance of the Taraweeh prayer. Hazrat Omer (RA) made Taraweeh prayers wajib upon Muslim males so that they do not miss the opportunity to earn huge rewards.

Hadees About Ramadan In Urdu:

Hadees About Ramadan in urdu

 “Teen admiyon ki dua radd nahi ki jati (1) Aadil Hukumraan (2) Rozeydaar hatta k roza iftaar kar lia ho (3)Mazloom”
(Tirmidhi: 3598)

This hadees shows how esteemed a person is who fasts to attain the goodwill of Allah.

“Jannat mei 8 darwazey hein un mei ek darwazey ka naam Raiyyan hey, us darwazey se wohi jannat mei jayega jo rozey rakhta hey.”
(Sahih Bukhari: 3267)

This hadees gives the glad tiding of Paradise to those who fast with complete sincerity and piety.

“Ye mahina (Ramadan) sabar aur bhalai ka hey aur sabar ka sawab jannat hey aur is mei momin ka rizq barha dia jata hey.”
(Sahih Ibn-e-Khuzaima: 3/1887)

Ramadan is a month of practicing perseverance and caring for the underprivileged. People engage in charity during Ramadan. This is the best way to increase barakah in your provisions.

“Jis ne Allah ki raza k liey ek din ka roza rakha Allah Pak usey Jahannam se itna door kar dega jaisa kawwa jab bacha tha us waqt se urta raha yahan tak ke budha ho ke mara.”
(Musnad Imam Ahmad Bin Hambal, Hadee: 619)

This hadees sheds light on how dearly Allah values fasting if you do it with sincere intent to please Him. Supplicating and remembering Allah, especially during the nights of Ramadan pleases Allah immensely.

“Roza aur Quran bande ki shafaat karengey, roza kaheyga aye rab mey ne ise khaney aur khuahishon se isey raat mei soney se baaz rakha meri shafaat iske haq mei qubool farma dono ki shafaatein qubool hogi.
(Musnad, Imam Ahmad bin Hanbal, Jild-2, Safa-586)

This hadees proves that the fasts of Ramadan and recitation of the Holy Quran during lifetime intercede for us on the Day of Judgement. We would be desperate for even the tiniest good deed to save us from the Fire of Hell. Our fasts would come as our savior.

To sum up, celebrate Ramadan with the utmost respect. Instead of wasting time playing games, watching movies, or spending hours in the kitchen, make the most out of this precious month by engaging in prayer and worship.

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