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Assalamualikum my dear friends, I am Azimushan malik and hope you all are fine.

Friends, today we are going to tell you a special stipend which is going to be done by seeing the moon of Ramadan, if you do this, then your problems of your life will be removed from you. Any problem in life has become a pain, it will go away from you, definitely do this small wazifa, read our post till the end and take advantage of it.


Ramadan (Arabic: رَمَضَان‎, romanized: Ramaḍān [ˤaːn]),[a] also spelled Ramazan, Ramzan, Ramadhan or Ramathan, is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar,[9] observed by Muslims worldwide as a month of fasting (sawm), prayer, reflection and community.A commemoration of Muhammad's first revelation, the annual observance of Ramadan is regarded as one of the Five Pillars of Islam and lasts twenty-nine to thirty days, from one sighting of the crescent moon to the next.

Fasting from dawn to sunset is fard (obligatory) for all adult Muslims who are not acutely or chronically ill, travelling, elderly, breastfeeding, diabetic, or menstruating. The predawn meal is referred to as suhur, and the nightly feast that breaks the fast is called iftar. Although fatwas have been issued declaring that Muslims who live in regions with a midnight sun or polar night should follow the timetable of Mecca, it is common practice to follow the timetable of the closest country in which night can be distinguished from day.

The spiritual rewards (thawab) of fasting are believed to be multiplied during Ramadan.Accordingly, Muslims refrain not only from food and drink, but also tobacco products, sexual relations, and sinful behavior,devoting themselves instead to salat (prayer) and recitation of the Quran.

The common practice is to fast from dawn to sunset. The pre-dawn meal before the fast is called the suhur, while the meal at sunset that breaks the fast is called iftar.

Muslims devote more time to prayer and acts of charity, striving to improve their self-discipline, motivated by hadith:"When Ramadan arrives, the gates of Paradise are opened and the gates of hell are locked up and devils are put in chains."


Fasting during Ramadan

Ramadan is a time of spiritual reflection, self-improvement, and heightened devotion and worship. Muslims are expected to put more effort into following the teachings of Islam. The fast (sawm) begins at dawn and ends at sunset. In addition to abstaining from eating and drinking during this time, Muslims abstain from sexual relations[3] and sinful speech and behaviour during Ramadan fasting or month. The act of fasting is said to redirect the heart away from worldly activities, its purpose being to cleanse the soul by freeing it from harmful impurities. Muslims believe that Ramadan teaches them to practice self-discipline, self-control,[63] sacrifice, and empathy for those who are less fortunate, thus encouraging actions of generosity and compulsory charity (zakat).

Muslims also believe fasting helps instill compassion for the food-insecure poor.[65] Allah Kabir met Prophet Moohamd and showed him Jannat. And there is no evidence of fasting giving spiritual benefits in the scripture of any religion.

Exemptions to fasting include travel, menstruation, severe illness, pregnancy, and breastfeeding. However, many Muslims with medical conditions[vague][who?] insist on fasting to satisfy their spiritual needs, although it is not recommended by hadith.[59] Those unable to fast are obligated to make up the missed days later.


Iftar at Sultan Ahmed Mosque in Istanbul, Turkey

Each day, before dawn, Muslims observe a pre-fast meal called the suhoor. After stopping a short time before dawn, Muslims begin the first prayer of the day, Fajr.


At sunset, families break the fast with the iftar, traditionally opening the meal by eating dates to commemorate Muhammad's practice of breaking the fast with three dates. They then adjourn for Maghrib, the fourth of the five required daily prayers, after which the main meal is served.

Social gatherings, many times in buffet style, are frequent at iftar. Traditional dishes are often highlighted, including traditional desserts, particularly those made only during Ramadan.[example needed] Water is usually the beverage of choice, but juice and milk are also often available, as are soft drinks and caffeinated beverages.

In the Middle East, iftar consists of water, juices, dates, salads and appetizers; one or more main dishes; and rich desserts, with dessert considered the most important aspect of the meal.Typical main dishes include lamb stewed with wheat berries, lamb kebabs with grilled vegetables, and roasted chicken served with chickpea-studded rice pilaf. Desserts may include luqaimat, baklava or kunafeh.

Over time, the practice of iftar has involved into banquets that may accommodate hundreds or even thousands of diners.The Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque in Abu Dhabi, the largest mosque in the UAE, feeds up to thirty thousand people every night.Some twelve thousand people attend iftar at the Imam Reza shrine in Mashhad.[citation needed]

 Zakāt and Sadaqah

Men praying during Ramadan at the Shrine of Ali or "Blue Mosque" in Mazar-i-Sharif, Afghanistan

Zakāt, often translated as "the poor-rate", is the fixed percentage of income a believer is required to give to the poor; the practice is obligatory as one of the pillars of Islam. Muslims believe that good deeds are rewarded more handsomely during Ramadan than at any other time of the year; consequently, many Muslims donate a larger portion – or even all – of their yearly zakāt during this month.[citation needed]

Nightly prayers


Tarawih (Arabic: تراويح‎) are extra nightly prayers performed during the month of Ramadan. Contrary to popular belief, they are not compulsory.

Recitation of the Quran

Muslims are encouraged to read the entire Quran, which comprises thirty juz' (sections), over the thirty days of Ramadan. Some Muslims incorporate a recitation of one juz' into each of the thirty tarawih sessions observed during the month.


Friends, if there are problems in your life and you feel that this problem will never go away from you, then after seeing the moon of Ramadan, do this  little stipend, today we are going to tell you one. An incident happened , a woman was very upset in her life, then she once again went to Hazrat Ali's bargah and after going there she started narrating her sorrow that my Hasrat Ali has a lot of problems in my life, I am very upset. Let me tell you some stipend that will remove my problem, Hazrat Ali replied, O woman, whenever you come to Ramadan, what to do when you see the moon of Ramadan. The stipend is to read Surah Fatiha 21 times and then ask for prayers from Allah. And your prayer will never be canceled again.

Friends, the stipulation is that whenever you see the moon of Ramadan and then you get the news of seeing the moon of Ramadan, then during this time you have read Surah Fatiha 21 times and pray to Allah. When you do this wazifa, it cannot happen that your prayer is not accepted, which one must be done. Troubles, troubles will all go away and happiness will come back in your life.

Do this practices before  seeing  Ramadan's  Moon  and take advantage of it. This is a tried and tested practice of many people and it is a very powerful practice.

Friends, hope you guys have understood all the things very well, we have tried our best to explain everything to you guys.

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