In Islam Ramadan is the fasting month?
Yes, Ramadan is the month of fasting. during the month of Ramadan, the Muslim people can only eat after dusk and before dawn.
Ramadan is the 9th month in the Islamic Lunar Calendar (call Hijra Calendar). Fasting the month of Ramadan for who can afford it is the fourth pillar of Islam five pillars (refer to question below). Fasting, per Islam rules is to forbid yourself from eating, drinking, practicing sex, and smoking from just before dawn to the start of sunset.
its to celebrate the end of ramadan, the fasting month. during this time people go to other peoples houses and have food and give food and invite people. its kind of like christmas. In Islam two annual occasions are celebrated as Id. They are the occasion of end of Ramadan (the month of fasting) and Hajj (or Islam Pilgrim) days.
Sawm is an Arabic word that means fasting. Sawm; per Islam teachings and Quran; is to stop eating, drinking, smoking, and practicing sex from dawn to sunset. It is one of the five Islam pillars to fast during the month of Ramadan (except for some people on certain conditions) and voluntarily to fast other days of the year.
Fasting in the month of Ramadan is basically the same as fasting any other day. You don't eat from dawn till dusk. Also, during the month of Ramadan you have to cut out music, dancing, and anything not Islam related or anything that is wrong. You shouldn't be talking about boys/girls or kissing or hugging unless you are an Arab and that is the way we greet others (for the ladies). You should also be…