Ramadan has also been translated into the month of Ramadan and Ramadan, which is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar. The month's name means “a ban on the moon.” It is the month of Ramadan for Islamic Muslims and also the most sacred person in 12 months.
Ramadan means that Muslims fasting before sunrise after sunrise. Fasting is one of the five basic tasks of shahada: affirmation, salat: prayer, zakat: almsgiving, siyam: fasting, and hajj: pilgrimage. It is a kind of Muslim. Practice spiritual religious activities.
Muslims' fasts originate from early ceremonies of Christianity and Judaism. Muhammad, the prophet who lived in Mecca in order to strengthen the confidence of the early followers to Allah, transformed the fasting into a rite of Islam, which later evolved into Ramadan. Fasting is one of the rituals that Muslims must follow for one month. All patients, elderly people, young people, and those who work outside the country must adhere to the Ramadan fast.