Ramadan Kareem 2020: Wishes, Greeting, Cards, Quotes, Photos, WhatsApp & Facebook Messages and SMS to Share
Ramadan Kareem! 2020: Wish your friends and family via SMS, WhatsApp and Facebook. Check out the greetings below.
Ramadan 2020 is expected to begin on 24th April in the United Arab Emirates and many other countries around the world. It is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar during which the Quran was revealed to Prophet Mohammed. During this month, Muslims fast from dawn to sunset, attend more congregational prayers (taraweeh), engage in self-reflection and give charity. To celebrate the beginning of this auspicious month, many people send wishes and greetings to their friends and loved ones. You can share some of the following messages and pictures via WhatsApp or social media:
1. Ramadan Kareem! May God grant you with prosperity and success.
2. This Ramadan, may Allah bless you with health, wealth and happiness.
3. Happy Ramadan! May this month give you courage and strength to overcome all obstacles.
4. Ramadan Mubarak! May Allah bless you and your family.
5. Wishing you a blessed and peaceful Ramadan.
6. May Allah ease your hardships during the holy month of Ramadan.
7. Let’s welcome Ramadan with a heart filled with peace, harmony and joy.
8. Ramadan Kareem! May divine blessings protect and guide you.
9. Wishing you a very Happy Ramadan!
10. May Allah accept our fasts and prayers, and may the blessings of month Ramadan be with all of us. Wishing you a blessed Ramadan 2020!
11. I wish you a peaceful and healthy Ramadan!
12. May the holy month of Ramadan guide you towards happiness and joy.
13. Let’s celebrate the month of Ramadan as Allah blesses us with opportunities for overcoming bad habits, helping others and practising gratitude.
14. May Allah guide you on your spiritual journey this Ramadan. Ramadan Mubarak!
Due to the ongoing coronavirus crisis people are practising social distancing and so this year Ramadan will be a different experience for Muslims around the world. To flatten the curve and prevent further spread of the virus, mosques are closed in many countries. Therefore there will be no congregational prayers. People will also not meet for large suhoor and Iftar gatherings. Muslims across the globe are being encouraged to fulfill their religious obligations during this month while staying safe at home.