Jun 18, 2015

Ramadan Kareem or Ramadan Mubarak

Ramadan Kareem or Ramadan Mubarak. Some people say Ramadan Kareem and some say Ramadan Mubarak. So today I had the discussion with Naasir. He said Kareem is a name of Allah and it means generous, bountiful. So when you say Ramadan Kareem you are wishing the person a generous Ramadan with lots of rewards, May Allah be generous with you, because Ramadan is generous month.

Mubarak comes from the word Barak which means blessings. When you say Ramadan Mubarak you are wishing that person a Blessed Ramadan. Ramadan is blessed month because the Holy Quran was revealed in the month of Ramadan.
We came to the conclusion, they are both beautiful to say. One is not better than the other...

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