Sunday, June 7, 2015

Quotes About Ramadan Fasting | Religious Greetings

Quotes About Ramadan Fasting | Religious Greetings

Quotes About Ramadan Fasting :- Hello !! We have a unique collection of quotes about Ramadan fasting which we hope you will enjoy to read.We greet everyone we meet by saying "hello,how r u?", similarly on Ramadan we greet and wish each other by saying "Ramadan Mubarak" or "Ramadan Mubarako Bhai Jaan!". So here we provide you the greeting messages and SMS to be sent to your kin. Ramadan will start from 17th of June and ending at 17th of July.So,start preparing for the occasion and make it a special one. We have collected the latest Ramadan Kareem wishes in Arabic, you may check them also.

Quotes on Ramadan

We are here for you ,so need not to worry about the wishes. Here are the latest and new collection of Ramadan Mubarak Quotes in English. You can easily copy the  quotes from here and share with your friends, brothers, sisters, cousins, family members and Lovers too. Please bookmark us and please also join our official Facebook fan page of Ramadan quotes. Promise the almighty Allah that this year we will follow all rules and regulations and will not use the bad and foul language. Below are the quotes:-

“In this new world of messages without message, virtual communications, false presences and lack of accountability of the anonymous, we must find our way
“In sha Allah, God willing, must be the expression of humility of the active actors and it must never be the justification of the passive observers”

“Acknowledged differences may create mutual respect, but hazy misunderstandings bring forth nothing but prejudice and rejection.”
“May Allah protect you, love you, guide you and preserve you, whoever you are, you and those you love. Eid Mubarak.”

“The illusion of recognition is probably more dangerous than the absence of recognition.”

So these are the Latest Quotes about Ramadan, we hope that you would have liked them and you will feel glad and proud to forward and share with your friends and relatives. Do not forget to bookmark us and please leave your valuable comments. We wish you a very happy Ramadan.


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