RAMADAN or EID AL-FITR By:Bravery,Nelson
What is RAMADON • Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic lunar calendar. Every day during this month, Muslims around the world spend the daylight hours in a complete fast
Where did RAMADAN originate • RAMADAN has pagan roots developed in India and the Middle East. The observance of fasting to honor the moon, and ending the fast when the moon’s crescent appears, was practiced with the rituals of the Eastern worshippers of the moon
Where is RAMADAN celebrated • Ramadan is celebrated in Egypt,Norway,Spain,Paris,Germany,Italy,Sweden,Canada
Where is the biggest celebration • RAMADAN Biggest celebration happens in India every year with more than 2.5 million muslims.
SYMBOLS OF RAMADAN • RAMADAN symbol is a moon with a star and one of the most popular india temple
Traditions of RAMADAN • Every year the Muslims fast for Ramadan meaning they part themselves for water,food,and smoking . But they only eat twice a day one in the morning called Suhoor and one after the sunset called Iftar.
Fun Facts about Ramadan • Baby boys that are born on Ramadan are named Ramadan • And girls are named grace or Mary • The dates of Ramadan change every year • Ramadan is not a great diet plan