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Upon Breaking Fast: Ramadan Iftar Duaa

Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar and is considered the most sacred month of the year for Muslims. During this month, Muslims observe fast (also known as Sawm) from dawn to dusk as a form of self-discipline, self-reflection, and self-improvement. The fast is broken each day with a meal known as Iftar.

Iftar is a time for family and friends to gather together and break their fast with a meal. It is a time for reflection and gratitude and to thank Allah for the blessings that have been bestowed upon us. One of the most important aspects of Iftar is the Duaa or prayer, which is recited upon breaking the fast.

When Should the Dua Be Made?

The Duaa, upon breaking the fast, is a simple yet powerful prayer that expresses gratitude for the ability to observe the fast, for the sustenance provided, and for the forgiveness of sins. It reminds us of our blessings and the importance of gratitude. The Duaa is usually recited immediately before breaking the fast.

Many scholars say it’s not restricted to a specific minute but are flexible. They’ve stated you can make duaa right before the adhan or right after hearing the adhan and breaking your fast.

The following is the Duaa upon breaking the fast:

Oh Allah! I fasted for You, and I break my fast with Your sustenance, and I believe in You, and I put my trust in You. The thirst is gone, the veins are moistened, and the reward is confirmed if Allah wills!

In conclusion, the Duaa, upon breaking the fast during Ramadan, is a simple yet powerful prayer that expresses gratitude and thanks to Allah for the blessings received. It is a reminder of the importance of being thankful for what we have and to continue to strive for self-improvement. So, the next time you break your fast during Ramadan, take a moment to reflect and recite the Duaa and be thankful for all the blessings in your life.

Get the Digital Download

You can also purchase a digital download of the Ramadan Iftar Duaa as a printable from our shop. This printable can be used as a reminder of the Duaa and can be displayed in a prominent place, such as on the dining table or in the living room, as a constant reminder to recite the Duaa upon breaking the fast.

The digital download is available in various designs and can be printed on a high-quality printer for a beautiful and long-lasting reminder. The printable can also be framed and displayed as a decorative piece in your home, making it a great gift for friends and family members who are observing Ramadan.

So, if you’re looking for a simple and meaningful way to observe Ramadan and give thanks to Allah, consider purchasing the Ramadan Iftar Duaa printable from our shop today. It’s a small investment that can greatly impact your spiritual journey during this sacred month.