How do you say Happy Ramadan in Indonesia?
There are many ways to reply Ramadan Mubarak in Indonesia. If you are confused with Arabic language, you can reply in Bahasa: selamat Ramadan (happy Ramadan) Selamat Puasa (Happy Fasting Day)
Is it proper to say happy Ramadan?
The most common greeting during Ramadan is Ramadan Mubarak (Rah-ma-dawn Moo-bar-ack). It essentially means “blessed Ramadan” or “happy Ramadan.”
How do you show respect in Ramadan?
Listen to music quietly on headphones or in your house without disturbing others. Show respect towards those who are fasting by abstaining from eating in front of them. If you have Muslim friends, be careful with the language you use on social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter.
What is the difference between Ramadan Kareem and Mubarak?
While both are used as greetings by Muslims during Ramadan, they do have slightly different meanings. Ramadan Mubarak is the one that is mostly commonly used and means to have a ‘blessed Ramadan’. Ramadan Kareem is to wish someone a ‘generous Ramadan’, roughly translating to ‘may Ramadan be generous to you’.
Is Ramadan and Raya the same?
The festival of Eid, known in Singapore as Hari Raya Aidilfitri or Hari Raya Puasa, falls on the first day of Syawal, the 10th month of the Hijrah (Islamic) calendar. It is a celebratory occasion following a month of fasting, which is known as Ramadan. The term hari raya is Malay for “big (or grand) day of rejoicing”.
What to say after Ramadan ends?
Eid means a Muslim festival or celebration and Mubarak means blessed. Together it means blessed celebration and used as a greeting to mark the end of the month of Ramadan where a three-day festivity follows.