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domingo, 15 de diciembre de 2013

Ramadan


Ramadan is the ninth month of the Muslim calendar, internationally known as the month in which Muslims for their faith and practice their beliefs daily fast from dawn until the sun sets.The Islamic calendar, Muslim calendar or Hijri calendar (AH) is a lunar calendar consisting of 12 months in a year of 354 or 355 days.
The word Ramadan is often used to designate that in spanish fasting, whose name in Arabic is sawm ( صَوْم). It´s lasts from dawn to dusk.

 
 Why is Ramadan celebrated?
It is celebrated because, according to tradition, Alá revealed the first verses of Coran to Mohamed in the ninth month of calendar of musulmans.A hadith -a prophet said-notes its importance: "The who fails in fasting, even a day, if it is not excuse or illness, it can not compensate nor perpetual fast."
Also, we celebrate it, because we can feel the hunger felt by the poor to valorate all the things we have.
 Who doesn`t do Ramadan?
People who doesn`t do Ramadan are the children smaller than 10 years old, because their body can`t resist. The old people, because are enough for their body and the illness people, because they can die.
People who do Ramadan are the healthy people who can resist. If some day one person need to eat because he or she is tired is ok.
 What we eat after fasting?
First we drink a glass of milk, and  we eat some datiles. After that, we eat other food like all the type of sweets, and finally we eat harira  -a Moroccan soup- is healthy and good for the body after eat a lot of things.
  What do we do after Ramadan when we finish?
So. All the musulmans celebrate two essential parties: The big party aid lekbir (the day of the sheep) and the small party aid lesjir (the day when the Ramadan are finish).
In the small party all the people are prepared all the types of the sweets, biscuits and cakes because the Ramadan is finished, people open the door and put some music to receive all the people who know.
             Mauna Rabhi

3 comentarios:

  1. It is very interesting and it has got a lot of information I didn't know.
    Is it hard to make Ramadam?

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  2. Maybe the first day and the second, but, you get used to the time, and it is not hard, because if you eat for down very well you don't get hungri.

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