Sunday, June 7, 2015

Holy Ramadan Prayers And Duas | Religious Poems



Holy Ramadan Prayers And Duas | Religious Poems

Holy Ramadan Prayers And Duas :-  We hope our visitors will be glad to read the prayers and duas which we have collected ,all at one place,for them. Only few days are left in the beginning of Ramadan. It will start on 17th of June and will end on 17th of July. During the month of Ramadan, we fast from the dawn ,i.e, before the sun rises,  to the dust,i.e, after the sun sets. After the sunset,one can consume the meal and complete the fast. And regular and proper reading of Quran should be done. 

Holy Religious Ramadan Poems

If you were looking for religious Ramadan prayers and duas,then you have come to the blog where your search will stop. We have also collected some latest and amazing HD wallpapers and Images for you people so that you can make them your profile pictures and display picture as well and keep remembering the Allah. Check them out. Don’t forget us to bookmark us. We wanted to get you more closer to the Allah by saying prayers and duas and so we collected some for you.

“When we lose the ends, we are obsessed with the means. Never confuse the means with the ends.”
Holy Ramadan Prayers And Duas
“Muslim majority countries should seek to exist as independent societies that no longer serve cynical concealed objectives.”
Holy Ramadan Prayers And Duas

Holy Ramadan Prayers And Duas
“If there is a smoke, there is a fire, the saying goes, That is quite true, but one should find what the fire is, and who lit it.”
Holy Ramadan Prayers And Duas
“Freedom is to do what is right, not what everyone else is doing.”
Holy Ramadan Prayers And Duas
“Your sensitivity is power. Don’t let people transform your qualities into weaknesses.”

So these are the Latest Ramadan Prayers and Duas for you, we hope that you would have liked them and read them and we also expect that you will share and forward these quotes and wishes to your friends, family members, relatives, cousins, sisters, brothers and lover too. Wish you and your family a very happy Ramdan.


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