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Top 108 Creative Greetings for Ramadan
Muslims’ most sacred month is the month of Ramadan or Ramazan (means “scorching hot”) which starts on 2 April 2022 and ends on the 2 May 2022, with the celebration of Eid ul-Fitr (in Arabic means “Feast of Breaking of Fast”).
How do Muslims Wish Someone Happy Ramadan during this time?
We have compiled 108 ways to do this!
Firstly, here are the 5 common Arabic greetings for Ramadan
#1. “Ramadan Mubarak” - this is the most common greeting in Arabic used by Muslims to say “Happy Ramadan” to someone. “Ramadan Mubarak” when translated, literally means “Blessed Ramadan”. In response, the recipient can respond “Khair Mubarak” which means “ I reciprocate your good wishes”.
Alternatively, the recipient of “Ramadan Mubarak” may also respond with “JazakAllah Khair” which means “May Allah reward you with goodness”.
Well, if you want to be more formal, you can always respond with “Wa Antum fa Jazakumullahu khayran” which means “And you too, May Allah reward you with Goodness”.
#2. “Ramadan Kareem” - is another common Arabic greeting used during Ramadan, which literally means “Generous Ramadan” or “May Ramadan be generous to you”.
Some people believe that this greeting for Ramadan would be more appropriate if it is used before or after Ramadan, since the month of Ramadan is a time of self-reflection and restraint and not a time of receiving rewards. Nevertheless, these are the two most common greetings used by Muslims during Ramadan.
The appropriate response to the greeting “Ramadan Kareem” is “Allahu Akram” which means “God is much more generous”.
#3. “Eid Mubarak” - means “Blessed Feast”. It is used mainly after Ramadan during the celebration of "Eid ul-Fitr". As above, the recipient of the greeting can respond with “Khair Mubarak” or “JazakAllah Khair”.
#4. “Eid Kareem” - which means “Have a generous feast”. The appropriate response would be, like above, “Khair Mubarak” or “JazakAllah Khair”.
#5. “Kul ‘am wa enta bi-khair” - which means "May every year find you in good health!" can be used at the start of Ramadan. The appropriate response would be “Khair Mubarak”.
Next, 12 Thoughtful Well-Wishes & Greetings (in English) used during Ramadan.
#1. “May your Ramadan be blessed and May Allah accept your good deeds as sincerely done for Him.” — Dr. Bilal Philips
#2. “Ramadhan is coming, The time that is blessed. Ramadan is coming, The time we love best.”— Unknown
#3. "May your Ramadan be blessed (Ramadan Mubarak) and May Allah accept your good deeds as sincerely done for Him" - Dr. Bilal Philips
#4. "Islam is a message of truth. We are not here in this country to be accepted, we are here to be respected." - Unknown
#5. “Ramadan will be coming soon. Prepare your mind, body, and soul for the holy month to gain maximum benefit.” — Unknown
#6. “Let’s prepare our hearts and minds so that We may be united spiritually with the Almighty One. Ramadan Mubarak!” — Unknown
#7. “May you be showered with Peace, Joy and Prosperity. Happy Ramadan” — Unknown
#8. “Have a great Ramadan and may you receive all the Good blessings of Allah, this holy month.” — Unknown
#9. “Ramadan Mubarak! May Allah, The Exalted, bless you and your family with a beautiful month of fasting and nearness to Him.”— Unknown
#10. “Be good to your surroundings and loved ones, and may they be good to you this Ramadan.” — Unknown
#11. “Happy Ramadan Mubarak. May Allah grant all our prayers and guide us to his path.” — Unknown
#12. “I wish you to have an amazing four weeks of enlightenment. Ramadan Mubarak!” —Unknown
Next, 91 Simple Wishes & Greetings in English that You can use during Ramadan.
We hope these simple greetings for Ramadan will inspire you to write better Ramadan greetings to your love ones via SMS/Whatsapp/Emails.
How do you do it? Simple! Just select your favourite greeting below, copy and paste into your message app and press <Sent>. Easy Peasy! Enjoy!
#1. "Sending wishes for a peaceful Ramadan."
#2. "Wishing you a happy Ramadan."
#3. "May Ramadan bring you prosperity and joy."
#4. "Sending love to you and your family this Ramadan."
#5. "Wishing you a blessed Ramadan."
#6. "May Ramadan strengthen all of our taqwa" (taqwa means “love of God”)
#7. "Sending you love and joy this Ramadan."
#8. "May all your prayers be answered this Ramadan and always."
#9. "May your fasting feel fast."
#10. "May this holy month bring an abundance of blessings."
#11. "May your faith be further emboldened this Ramadan."
#12. "May this holy month bring you ever closer to enlightenment."
#13. "May practicing sawm and salat bring light to your soul this Ramadan."(Sawm means “fasting” and “Salat” refers to the 5 daily that Muslims partake daily. These are two of the pillars of Islam)
#14. "May Ramadan bring you closer to having your prayers answered."
#15. "Wishing you abundance for Iftar."(“Iftar” is the evening meal taken when breaking fast at sunset during Ramadan)
#16. "Let Allah guide you and protect you this Ramadan and always."
#17. "Wishing you health and prosperity this Ramadan."
#18. "Wishing you a meaningful fast."
#19. "May Ramadan bring you ever closer to Jannah." (“Jannah” refers to “heaven or paradise”. It is a place where good Muslims go to when they pass on)
#20. "Wishing you good health and a warm spirit this Ramadan."
#21. "Sending you thoughts of comfort and peace this Ramadan."
#22. "May Allah answer your prayers this holy month."
#23. "Keeping you in our prayers during Ramadan."
#24. "May Allah bless you with prosperity and abundance."
#25. "Wishing you a healthy and holy fast."
#26. "Sending your family love and light this Ramadan."
#27. "May your fast be peaceful and profound."
(Ramadan is a time for self-reflection when Muslims read the Qur’an and pray)
#28. "May the holy month of Ramadan set your spirit alight."
#29. "May Allah be with you throughout your Fast."
#30. "May Allah bless you during the Holy Month."
#31. "Sending wishes of a sweet Iftar."
#32. "May Allah bless and protect your family during Ramadan and always."
#33. "Wishing you a Holy and Blessed Fast."
#34. "May your fast remind you of the sacrifices Allah made for us."
#35. "Sending wishes of a joyous and prosperous Ramadan to you and your family."
#36. "May Allah bless you and those you love this holy month."
#38. "May Allah be generous to you this Ramadan."
#39. "Wishing you a Holy month of Enlightenment and Joy."
#40. "May Allah bring you comfort and peace this holy month.#37. Wishing you a happy, healthy and meaningful holy month."
#41. "May the holy month help you focus on your faith."
#42. "May your fast remind you of the abundance we enjoy every day."
#43. "This holy month, we are reminded that the Quran says, 'Allah is with those who restrain themselves.' ”
#44. "Sending hopes for a prayerful and meaningful holy month."
#45. "This Ramadan, let us always remember that with faith, anything is possible."
#46. "May goodness and light keep you feeling full during your fast."
#47. "Ramadan reminds us that faith makes all things possible."
#48. "Wishing you all the joys and blessings Allah has to offer."
#49. "May your prayers and fasting bring you prosperity and faith this Ramadan."
#50. "Let gratitude and grace guide you through your fast."
#51. "This holy month, may your fast be meaningful and your feast be abundant."
#52. "Sending you blessings of faith, fortune and love this Ramadan."
#53. "May the holy month bring you closer to Allah."
#54. "Wishing you love and sending you prayers this holy month."
#55. "Let Allah fill your life this holy month and always."
#56. "May Allah guide you to purification of the soul during your fast."
#57. "Wishing you a joyful and glorious holy month."
#58. "May Allah fill you with joy and hope this holy month."
#59. "Wishing you the fortitude and faith to grow closer to Allah this Ramadan."
#60. "May gratitude fill your spirit during Ramadan and always."
#61. "May the spirit of generosity bless you this Ramadan, and may you extend generosity towards all."
#62. "Ramadan reminds us to focus on the spiritual and look towards the light."
#63. "Wishing you and your family four weeks of blessings this Ramadan."
#64. "Wishing you purity of the soul this Ramadan."
#65. "This holy month, find comfort and joy in your inner world through Allah."
#66. "May Allah bring your family love, togetherness and prosperity."
#67. "May the sacrifices of Ramadan bring all closer to Jannah." ("Jannah" refers to "Paradise" or Heaven" - a place where good Muslims enter when they die)
#68. "The holy month serves as a reminder that all we truly need is Allah."
#69. "May your love, service and sacrifice during the holy month keep Jannah’s doors open for you forever." ("Jannah" refers to "Paradise" or Heaven" - a place where good Muslims enter when they die)
#70. "May you extend as much kindness to others as you do yourself this Ramadan."
#71. "Let the abstention from negativity during Ramadan continue always."
#72. "May positivity and Allah’s love fill your cup during this holy month."
#73. "Wishing you Joyful moments and memories this Ramadan."
#74. "Let the honesty, generosity and joy of Ramadan stay with you all year."
#75. "May the kind words you speak during Ramadan continue always."
#76. "Sending your family love, warmth and goodness this Holy month."
#77. "We are keeping you and your family in our prayers this Holy month."
#78. "May the Joy and Purity of the Holy month continue after Fasting ends."
#79. "Wishing you a Healthy and Enlightening Fast."
#80. "May your fast bring you inner Peace and inherent Joy."
#81. "Praying for Allah to bless your family with Prosperity, Abundance and Happiness."
#82. "Sending your family the sweetest wishes this Ramadan and always."
#83. "May your fast make your feasting all the sweeter this Holy month."
#84. "Let Allah guide you through your fast and all adversity into abundance and joy."
#85. "We are keeping your family in our thoughts during Ramadan and always."
#86. "May your Ramadan keep you close to Allah and your Eid close to family, friends and all of your favorite things." (“Eid” means “Feast” and refers to the “Eid ul-Fitr” or “The Feast of Breaking Fast”)
#87. "This Holy month, let your fasting and prayer increase your focus on your rich inner life."
#88. "May Allah grant you and your family strength through your Fast."
#89. May your Ramadan prayers bring you closer to Allah and let him guide you throughout the year."
#90. "Let your prayers and fasting bring you closer to Allah, enlightenment and inner peace."
#91. "May Ramadan bring us closer to compassion, love and fortitude for all."
OK. That's all we have for today.
These are the 108 ways that You can use to Wish someone Happy Ramadan.
I really hope these wishes and greetings of Ramadan are useful to you.
Which of these are your favourite?