Heaven's Gates Open and Hell's Gates Shut During Ramadan

How quickly time flies! A year has passed, full of joyful and sad events, and these nights and days will never return because it is commonly believed that Ramadan opens the Gates of Paradise. Have you learned from your previous mistakes? Have you forgotten about your deeds during the previous year? They are either good deeds that you choose to keep concealed so that you can be rewarded on the Last Day when neither wealth nor sons will help you, in which case forgetting them is the best option, or they are otherwise. Why do you burden yourself with a sin debt that you will have to pay off with your good deeds? Why are you so hesitant to effort for the Hereafter while you can still plant good deeds and reap the fruits of righteousness with Allah's blessing? Take care of your days, nights, minutes, and seconds and seek forgiveness from Allah Almighty for whatever sin the devil calls you to commit.

During Ramadan, the concept of charity is a truly incredible transaction. Allah owns everything, so when we share or donate even a tiny bit with others or the needy, He guarantees a return of up to 700 times. A simple smile will always be rewarded. In reality, a smile can often do more for a person's soul than anything else! Giving before being asked, and giving more than what is asked, brings priceless inner peace and joy. 

Importance of Ramadan.

Muslims do not eat or drink between sunrise and sunset during the month of Ramadan. During Ramadan, fasting is necessary because it helps Muslims to devote themselves to their faiths and become closer to Allah, or God. Fasting is one of Islam's Five Pillars, which serve as the cornerstone for how Muslims live their lives.

Raising yourself to the ranks of the rightly guided, who obey the instruction of the best Messenger, our Prophet (ﷺ) used to seek the forgiveness of Allah Almighty and repent to Him more than 70 or one hundred times a day. Adhere to the path of the righteous so that you may join them; seek forgiveness from Allah Almighty, who has blessed you with health and countless blessings.

With the arrival of Ramadan, Your Lord has provided you with another opportunity that others may have lost, to live through the month of forgiveness and rejoice in the graces of Allah Almighty, remembering Him, reciting the Quran, fasting, and standing in prayer at night as well.

Fasting & its Rewards:

Any Muslim adult is obligated to fast during the month of Ramadan. Fasting is referred to as sawm in Arabic. In Islam, Sawm (plural siyam) simply means 'to refrain,' but it refers to refraining from food, drink, and sexual activity from dawn to sunset.

In the Quran, Allah says,

'O you who believe, siyam is prescribed on you as it was prescribed to those before you so that you may become self-restrained.'

 Surah Al-Baqarah (2-183)

The Prophet Muhammad (ﷺ) expresses the importance of Siyam in Ramadan in many sayings.

According to Abu Hurairah (RA), the Prophet (ﷺ) stated:

The Prophet (S.A.W.W) said, "(Allah said), 'Every good deed of Adam's son is for him except fasting; it is for Me. and I shall reward (the fasting person) for it.' Verily, the smell of the mouth of a fasting person is better to Allah than the smell of musk."

(Sahih al-Bukhari 5927)

Mu'adh ibn Anas al-Juhani (RA) narrated that;

The Allah Messenger (S.A.W.W) said: (The reward of) prayer, fasting and remembrance of Allah is enhanced seven hundred times over (the reward of) spending in Allah's path.

(Sunan Abi Dawud 2498).

The development of Allah-consciousness (Taqwa) in the heart and soul of a fasting Muslim is the most important aspect of Siyam. Immoral behavior and attitudes must also be avoided. During a fast, abstaining from food and drink is necessary, but it is not sufficient.

Ramadan is a time to prepare for the rest of one's entire life. Allah takes some to the test by giving them too much and taking away what they have. It helps us in maintaining control of our desires as well as actions. It teaches us the importance of qualities such as modesty, patience, cooperation, friendship, sincerity, and love, among others.

  • Let’s make the most of every moment of this blessed month by doing good deeds such as reciting the Holy Quran because when the Quran was revealed, Heaven's Gates were opened
  • Must recite Tasbeeh of Astaghfaar at least 100 times a day, as it is the Sunnah of Our Beloved Prophet Muhammad (ﷺ),
  • On the Day of Judgment, pray for safety from the fires of Hell. Spend the last 10 nights of Ramadan solely worshipping Allah Almighty. Read the Holy Quran to observe its teachings.
  • In Ramadan, Taraweeh is a congregational prayer. Offering Taraweeh prayer leads to a huge reward. It is consisting of 20 Rakats that must be offered after the Esha prayer.

Consider how many blessings have been bestowed upon this Ummah: as Ramadan arrives, the gates of the Paradise open, and the gates of the Fire close. So, when you're fasting in this blessed month of Ramadan, exercise patience while being generous in your giving. And if you perform umrah in the blissful month of Ramadan, it would be a super-amazing opportunity to get more rewards and blessings in this world and also hereafter.

So, you can also perform Umrah in this spiritual & blissful month of Ramadan to collect lots of blessings and innumerable rewards in both worlds. As one of the best travel agencies in the UK, we never fail to amaze our clients with our low-cost packages. We've been there for all travelers by offering affordable Ramadan Umrah packages 2021 now and then. To get connected with us, email:



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