Social media a new trend to Greet ‘ Ramadan’

 
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ISLAMABAD, May 17 (TNS): The holy month began in much of the Muslim world with fasting and praying Thursday, the social media websites have been filled with Ramadan-related posts and comments to greet each other by saying ‘ Ramadan’ Mubarak.

A report aired by a private news channel said, during the holy month of Ramadan, social media users often spend more time online as they share blessings, connect with family and coordinate with each other. While some people sent out short and sweet wishes, others chose to share inspirational quotes with fans.

 

Muslims believe Ramadan is filled with blessings to be shared with one and all, and it is appropriate to wish them well at the beginning of the month, saying “Ramadan Mubarak.”

In addition to common Ramadan greetings, some expressions are frequently used among friends and family to wish them well. One of the most common is, “As you fast and offer prayers to Allah, may you find your peace and happiness.

Have a peaceful and happy Ramadan!” Or the greeting may be simpler, such as “Wishing you all the blessings of the holy month.” The words are less important than the intent and compassion behind them.