The ninth month of Islamic calendar and the festive season of Islam ‘Ramadan’ has been keeping the people excited all over the world. Before getting to the preparations let us know more about this beautiful festive season. Ramadan is said to mean ‘burning or scorching heat’ in Arabic as it usually falls within a particularly hot time of the year.
It was during this month that the Quran – the holy book of Islam – was first revealed to the Prophet Muhammad by Allah. This is a month of fasting (Roza) during the daylight hours from dawn to sunset.
Fasting is one of the Five Pillars of Islam which has been the mandatory act that form the foundation of Muslim life. Apart from fasting the other pillars are faith, prayer, charity and the pilgrimage to Mecca.
Fasting means to refrain from food, gossip, drink, smoking, swearing, sex or other unethical acts, during daylight hours.
Meals are made and served to everyone before dawn and after sunset. The meal served before dawn is called Sehri and the one ate after sunset is known as Iftar. Just like other Indian cultures like Diwali, Raksha-Bandhan amongst others has different aspects to celebrate and be a part of the festival same is with Ramadan. Fasting during Ramadan allows the worshippers to concentrate on faithfully devoting through their prayers, expressing gratitude, seeking forgiveness and helping the needy. Everyone adolescence (Kid at the age of 11 or 12) are expected to take part in fasting. Well, the festive doesn’t end here but, the family members invite their near and dear ones to join and celebrate the occasion over Iftar and breakfast together with some delicious food.
The families who stay close will by default celebrate the festive season but, the ones who stay away from their family and friends are surely going to miss out on this. To make you feel your festive season better and more precious we have some feel good news for you. Usually, people celebrate the occasion by get-together parties and chilling out with the family members. But, we can go different too. How about sending Ramadan gifts online? Yes, you heard that right you can send Ramadan Gifts online to your loved ones. Tajonline.com brings few special Ramadan gifts that you can send it to your closed ones in India.
Let’s check out these Ramadan gifts:-
1. APPAREL – WOMEN (KURTIS)
You can surprise your little sister or a friend with ethnic Kurtis. Not to worry, as you have many options to shop from these Indian Kurtis from range, style to different shades. All you need to know is her favorite shade of color.
2. RASASI EMOTION PERFUME AND DEODORANT COMBO
You know your mother will be working all day. From arranging small things, decorations, preparing the delicious meal to attend the guests. Isn’t it our time to make them feel special by sending her a perfume with an addition of a deodorant? You surely, need to impress the leading lady of your home to make her feel fresh and more beautiful.
3. LACOSTE EAU DE BLANC EDT FOR MEN
Oh, we cannot forget the men out here. Beat any occasion two hands of a woman cannot work on all the sides though they know how to multi-task, just a company of a man can add up more memories to cheer them for life. A royal fragrance of Lacoste is perfect for the head of the family.
Before signing off, not to forget there are a variety of gifts at Tajonline, send these gifts ASAP!