#RamadanKareem -Twitter Trends

Ramadan Kareem means "may Ramadan be kind to you" but during Ramadan, there is some controversy as to how it should be included. The greetings are special, as Ramadan Mubarak gives the person with whom he is shared a blessed or happy Ramadan. Though Ramadan Kareem addresses their usage as they tell Ramadan to be gracious to the other individual.

Updated: Apr 24, 2020 14:48 IST

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#RamadanKareem Amid of Lockdown

Ramadan, the ninth month in the Islamic calendar, is a period of fasting observed by Muslims across the globe to celebrate "the best of times". It celebrates the first time the Koran was revealed to Muhammad, according to Islamic belief. Fasting is only obligatory for healthy adult Muslims, anyone who is suffering from an illness, traveling, elderly, pregnant, breastfeeding, diabetic, chronically ill, or menstruating are exempt from the practice. The fasting period, during which Muslims are not allowed to eat or drink, is from dawn to sunset, and Muslims engage in increased prayer activity. Muslims often try and practice increased self-discipline during the month of Ramadan. Now everyone in this world has to observe fasting of Ramadan in lockdown with their families, No Travelling and sharing of Haleem or Biryani is allowed this year.

What is Ramadan Kareem

Ramadan Kareem means "may Ramadan be generous to you" but there is some debate as to if it should be used during Ramadan. The greetings are different as Ramadan Mubarak offers a blessed or happy Ramadan to the person it is exchanged with. Whereas Ramadan Kareem has debate around its use as it asks Ramadan to be generous to the other person. 

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