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2024 Ramadan Wishes and Greetings – In Arabic and English

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What are the best Ramadan wishes and greetings to share? This is one of the most common questions new Muslims ask when Ramadan is around the corner to congratulate others.

It is customary to congratulate people on the coming of this month, the holiest one of the year.

Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar. It has several names such as the month of faith, forgiveness, mercy, and repentance. Muslims during Ramadan restrain from eating and drinking from Fajr prayer to sunset to perform fasting.

As Ramadan vibes are full of spirituality, tranquility, and joy, Muslims love to share these vibes with others through greetings and wishes. So, get to know the best Ramadan wishes you can share with your family, friends, and loved ones.

 

Ramadan Wishes and Greetings in Arabic

Ramadan wishes and greetings in Arabic help you know more about communicating with Arabs on this holy occasion. So, check out what Arabs say in Ramadan to congratulate each other:

Ramadan Kareem (رمضان كريم)

It is the most popular greeting in the Arab world, which stands for in English: “Have a generous Ramadan”.

Ramadan Mubarak (رمضان مُبارك)

Arabs commonly say it in formal or informal greetings. In English, it means: “Have a blessed Ramadan”.

Mubarak Alaykum Alshahr (مُبارك عليكم الشهر)

This expression is similar to “Ramadan Mubarak”. It stands for “May this month be a blessed one”.

Kul Ramadan Wa Antom Bi Khayer (كل رمضان وأنتم بخير)

For wishing goodness for others, Muslims use this expression which stands for: “I wish you goodness every Ramadan”.

Kul Amen Wa Antom Bi Khayer (كل عام وأنتم بخير)

This is a general expression that Muslims in the Arab world not only use during Ramadan but also on different occasions such as Eid Al Fitr and Eid Al Adha. It means in English: “I wish you goodness every year”.

Takabbal-Allahu Minna Wa minkum Salihal A’maal (تقبل الله منا ومنكم صالح الأعمال)

It is a wish that Muslims say as a dua. It means: “May Allah accept our righteous deeds”.

How to say Happy Ramadan in Arabic?

You can say “Happy Ramadan” in Arabic as “رمضان سعيد” (Ramadan Saeed). It is the literal translation of it, but usually, Muslims say “Ramadan Kareem رمضان كريم” and “Ramadan Mubarak رمضان مُبارك”.

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Ramadan Mubarak Wishes

Ramadan Mubarak’s wishes are the most common that Muslims share with others. Here are the most prominent of them:

  • Ramadan Mubarak everyone. May Allah accept all your prayers.
  • Have a blessed and peaceful Ramadan.
  • Happy Ramadan, may it brings peace, piety, joy, and reassurance.
  • I ask Allah to be among Muslims who observe laylatul Qadr (the night of power) this year. Wish you a blessed Ramadan.
  • Happy Ramadan to you. May all wishes come true.
  • I wish that Allah accepts your fasting, prayers, Quran reciting, and all deeds. Ameen.
  • I ask Allah to purify your heart from sins and fill it with piety, faith, and tranquility. Happy Ramadan to you and your family.
  • Have a blessed Ramadan. May Allah rescue you from hell and make you from the people of paradise.
  • Happy Ramadan to you. I wish you fasting’s acceptance and all your deeds.

Ramadan Wishes for Family

Ramadan wishes for the family complete the joy of this month. So here are the best wishes for your mother, father, brothers, and sisters:

  • Have a joyful Ramadan. I ask Allah to make this month full of goodness and blessings for you.
  • Wish you a prosperous Ramadan. May Allah facilitate fasting, praying, and reciting the Quran.
  • I ask Allah to accept all your duas and bless all your deeds this month. Happy Ramadan to you.
  • Wish you a peaceful Ramadan. May Allah grant us the company of prophet Muhammed (PBUH).
  • Wish you a cheerful Ramadan. May Allah grants us acceptance, mercy, forgiveness, and blessings.
  • Happy Ramadan to all of you. I ask Allah to switch your sorrow with joy and enlighten your heart with faith.
  • May your Ramadan this year be a new chapter of obligation to obey. Ramadan Mubarak, my brother.
  • As Allah makes us witness Ramadan this year, I ask him to make us observe the night of power. Happy Ramadan.

Ramadan Wishes to My Friends

  • May your Ramadan this year brings you mercy, forgiveness, and saving from hell. Ramadan Mubarak, my friend.
  • To my best friend, I wish you a fruitful Ramadan full of blessings and goodness.
  • Have a cheerful and peaceful Ramadan. I ask Allah to be pleased with all your good deeds. 
  • May this holy month be a lantern that fills your heart with faith and piety.
  • Ramadan Mubarak my friends. May Allah accept you and us.
  • I pray in this holy month that Allah wipes away your sadness, forgives all your sins, and strengthens your faith.
  • May all the wishes you pray for during this holy month become true, my friend, Have a blessed Ramadan.
  • May this Ramadan be the beginning of change, my friend. I ask Allah to bless all your good deeds.

Ramadan Wishes Prayers

You can send Ramadan wishes prayers to everyone you love, which carries the most beautiful duas. Here are the best of them:

  • Wishing you accepted righteous deeds, forgiven sins, and answered prayers.
  • Hope this Ramadan brings you closer to Allah. Happy Ramadan to you.
  • May Allah, in this holy month, fills your heart with peace, serenity, happiness, and faith.
  • May Allah rewards our righteous deeds in Ramadan by entering paradise, and may they be a reason for rescuing from fire.
  • I ask Allah to ease your fasting and provide you with the strength of faith to do all righteous deeds during Ramadan. 
  • I ask Allah to strengthen your faith and fill your heart with the Quran’s light. Have a blessed Ramadan.

Kalimah Center provides many useful Ramadan articles and guides, learn about them below:

Quran Verses About Ramadan in Arabic and English

One of the great virtues of Ramadan is that Allah mentioned it in the Quran as this holy month witnessed Allah’s book revelation. So here is the verse of Ramadan:

(شَهْرُ رَمَضَانَ ٱلَّذِىٓ أُنزِلَ فِيهِ ٱلْقُرْءَانُ هُدًى لِّلنَّاسِ وَبَيِّنَـٰتٍۢ مِّنَ ٱلْهُدَىٰ وَٱلْفُرْقَانِ ۚ فَمَن شَهِدَ مِنكُمُ ٱلشَّهْرَ فَلْيَصُمْهُ ۖ وَمَن كَانَ مَرِيضًا أَوْ عَلَىٰ سَفَرٍۢ فَعِدَّةٌۭ مِّنْ أَيَّامٍ أُخَرَ ۗ)

{Ramaḍân is the month in which the Quran was revealed as a guide for humanity with clear proofs of guidance and the standard ˹to distinguish between right and wrong˺. So, whoever is present this month, let them fast. But whoever is ill or on a journey, then ˹let them fast˺ an equal number of days ˹after Ramaḍân}

(Al baqarah 2:185)

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Conclusion 

It’s usual for Muslims to share Ramadan wishes with loved ones like family and friends. They express their feelings of happiness towards the holy month and its spiritual vibes through these wishes.

They used to say “Ramadan Kareem” (Have a generous Ramadan), “Ramadan Mubarak” (Have a blessed Ramadan), and “Happy Ramadan to you” and send duas to the others.

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