Ramadan greetings: best SMS and messages

What are the best Ramadan SMS wishes? Find out now.

Ramadan is one of the important seasons in Islam and for the entire Islam world. During this time people greet each other. Get the best information on Ramadan wishes.

Ramadan facts

Ramadan facts: timeline for Ramadan 2016

In America Ramadan 2016 starts on June 6, while in most of the other regions it begins on June 7. This is the 9th month of Islamic calendar and Muslims fast during the day time of it. And in 2016 Ramadan ends on July 6 with a feast. Muslims believe that in this month the Holy Karan was first sent down to the Earth.

Best Ramadan greetings in English

Is there a proper way to greet your friends or family with Ramadan? You can send Ramadan SMS in English or use social media to do that.

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One of the ways to form your Ramadan wishes is to use Karan quotes. Here is a good one:

“Oh, you who believe! Fasting is prescribed to you as it was prescribed to those before you, that you may learn piety and righteousness.” (Q2:183)

Or you can use short SMS texts with such words:

  • Ramadan Kareem
  • Ramadan Mubarak

For instance, you may write something like this:

Good wishes for joyous Ramadan or Happy Ramadan Kareem!

 timeline for Ramadan 2016

You can also add a bit of creativity to your Ramadan greetings:

A Glass of Care
A Plate of Love
A Spoon of Peace
A Fork of Truth &
A Bowl of Duaas.

It’s a great Ramadan “recipe” of happiness and righteousness.

Fasting is no reason to be sad. It’s a great time to obtain deeper knowledge and piety! Happy Ramadan!


Each faith has its own holidays and its great days that people greet one single, and having fun. The Muslims is Ramadan, I would be happy to visited on this prahzdnike, but it's not my faith, and not my country. But I was very ineresno learn about this great celebration, which is celebrated in July. To be honest about it, I first learned of your article, just that it was never interested in the holidays of Muslims and their faith. But now with great pleasure that I will watch over them in such a large and bright day. There are still quite a bit, waiting for the continuation and news about Ramadan.

Answered 1 year ago.

For Muslims, Ramadan is very important. This is probably the biggest holiday of the year for them . For months, they go to the mosque , do not eat or drink until sunset . I know that even children are taught to pray and observe the month of Ramadan since childhood . I believe that this is a very important month , which is very difficult to sustain. I have a lot of friends among the Muslims , and every year I congratulate them on this holiday . Also, I believe that during the holy month of persons cleared both the body and the soul becomes closer to God .

Answered 1 year ago.
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