Half of the Ramadan Kareem (رمَضَان كريم) month passed away now and today is the 16th day of Ramadan Kareem. Ramadan Dua day 16 is the Ramadan Dua for today.
For a Muslim, fasting not only means abstaining from food or eating but also refraining from all sins and evils committed by us consciously or unconsciously.
In the holy month Ramadan Kareem (رمَضَان كريم), it is believed that if one undertakes to refrain from lawful foods and sex, they will be in a better position to avoid unlawful things and acts during the rest of the year.
During Ramadan Kareem holy month, observant Muslims fast from sunrise to sunset. Fasting in the holy month of Ramadan is not only about avoiding food and drink. During fasting, Muslims must also quit smoking. Any other kind of bad activities including fighting, lying, taking oral medications, and engaging in sexual activities, must stop as well.
Fasting during Ramadan is a time for Muslims to commit themselves more to Allah Almighty and render “great services to the community in terms of helping the poor, assisting the needy humans, and sharing whatever one has with others. It is observed that Muslims are generally more kind, tolerant, and active during the holy month of Ramadan Kareem (رمَضَان كريم).
Everyone knows this is such a special month to avoid bad deeds and come close to Allah. Every Muslim tend to celebrate each Ramadan as if it were their last in order to ensure that God will pardon them for any sins they have committed throughout their life.
Abu Hurayrah (RA) relates the Messenger of Allah (saws) said when one Ramadan Kareem month came: “A blessed month has arrived. Observing it in fasting is mandated on you (the believers). During this month, the gates of Paradise will be opened and the gates of Hellfire will be closed. The evil ones (Shayaatin) will be handcuffed. In it, there is one night, during which worship is better than worship in a thousand months. Whoever is denied its blessings has been denied the biggest blessing.” (Ahmed, Nasaee, and Baihaqi). This Hadith highlights the importance of being mindful and must know of the rules that govern the ‘Ibadah of fasting.
Ramadan Kareem (رمَضَان كريم) Dua day 16 is given as mentioned below. You can find this lovely Dua of day 16 in Arabic text in image format. The English version of this beautiful Ramadan 16-day Dua is also given below. if you want to read also Ramadan Dua day 15, this is the best place.
Blessed month 2023 Ramadan Dua Day 16 in Arabic
Islamic month Ramadan Kareem Dua Day 16 in English
ALLAH, on this day, grant me compatibility with the good, keep me away from patching up with the evil, and lead me in it, by Your mercy, to the permanent abode, by Your Godship, O the God of the worlds.
Ramadan Dua day 16 is such a lovely Ramadan Dua as stated above. In this Dua, a person is requesting from Allah, that O, Allah please keep me away from evil deeds. I want to leave all these bad habits with the help of Your Godship. You are the God of all the worlds, so help me to avoid all the bad habits.
Latest Ramadan Mubarak 2023 Greetings Text Messages
Woh Sahri Ka Maza
Woh Iftar Ke Bhook
Woh Quran Ke Telavat
Woh Namaz Ka Mahol
Woh Roze Ka Noor Sirf 8 Din Dur
Coming Soon Ramzan Ul Mubarak.
I hope you will achieve the purification of the soul upon commemorating the month of Ramadan.
Wishing you a blessed and happy Ramadan!
Ramadan Ka Chand Daikha,
Rozay Ki Dua Mangi,
Roshan Sitara Daikha,
Aap Ki Khairiat Ki Dua Mangi,
May Almight Allah Bless You With His
Blessing In The Holy Month Of Ramadan
Ramadan Is Not Temporary Increase Of Religious Practice,
It Is A Glimpse Of What You Are Capable Of Doing Everyday.
I Thank Allah Who Has Kept Us Up To Now To Be Able To Celebrate This Special Day.
I Also Thank Him For His Blessings And All He Has Done For Us.
In the month of Ramadan,
I am wishing you four weeks of blessings,
30 days of clemency,
and 720 hours of enlightenment.
Raat Ko Naya Chand Mubarak,
Chand Ko Chandni Mubarak,
Falak Ko Sitare Mubarak.
Sitaroon Ko Bulandi Mubarak
Aur Aap Ko Hamari Taraf Se
Ramadan Mubarak 2023.
Rejoice as once again,
we’re given a chance to repent from our sins.
May this 30-day holy Ramadan cleanse our soul
and make us deserving for Allah’s blessings.
May this Ramadan be a month of love
A month of compassion
And a month of blessings
For you and your family.