As Pakistan celebrates the first day of Ramadan today, celebrities are taking to social media to wish their followers a happy month. Many Muslims around the world are fasting today marking the first day of the holy month of Ramadan.
Ramadan is a time for daytime fasting and spiritual reflection. Everyone is extending Ramadan wishes today. The most established greeting for the holy month is ‘Ramadan Mubarak’ which means either ‘blessed Ramadan’ or ‘happy Ramadan’.
Another way to greet someone during Ramadan is to say ‘Ramadan Kareem’ which means ‘may Ramadan be generous to you’.
Here are few Pakistani celebrities who have extended Ramadan greetings to their fans
Mahira Khan and Hira Mani have sent simple Ramadan greetings.
Sajal Aly and Zara Noor Abbas wished everyone a happy Ramadan while making some sweet treats.
Ahmed Ali Butt, Mawra Hocane, Ali Zafar, Mehwish Hayat. and Asim Azhar used colorful images to wish their fans.
Let’s connect to the real essence of this holy month of Ramzan. Connect to our Creator on a deeper level, cleanse our souls through our words and actions and most importantly by doing good and helping His people. #RamzanTheMonthOfBlessings #ramadankareem pic.twitter.com/rE80t5iBny
— Ali Zafar (@AliZafarsays) April 24, 2020
Wishing everyone a blessed, happy and safe Ramazan. May Allah protect us all from all forms of evil and bless us with His infinite mercy. Ramazan Mubarak pic.twitter.com/3bRRrl1dsk
— Humayun Saeed (@iamhumayunsaeed) April 24, 2020
Holding on to hope when everything seems dark, is the greatest test of faith. Never have we needed prayers more than we do now. Throughout this holy month, may Allah bless us all with resilience and strength. Ameen
Ramzan Mubarak! #رمضان_مبارك #RamadanMubarak pic.twitter.com/bLkoFFiPGV
— Mehwish Hayat TI (@MehwishHayat) April 24, 2020
Ramzan Mubarak to all the Muslims around the world. May you have a blessed and healthy Ramzan. This Ramzan we have a special responsibility of taking care of less fortunate, and experience the true spirit of Ramzan (islam) . Have patience, do a lot of charity!#RamadanMubarak
— Farhan Saeed (@farhan_saeed) April 23, 2020
In the face of the global coronavirus pandemic, Muslims are preparing for an isolated and solitary Ramadan, with millions cooped up at home under social lockdown and mosques shuttered.
This year Ramadan will be different than usual. Sadly, Muslims across the world will be deprived of praying at mosques this year. Prayers in the congregation are banned even in the whole Muslim world. Shops are closed except for medical and food items. Still, Muslims are exhilarated and hope to celebrate the holy month with full zeal and zest.
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