Iftar Quotes and Wishes…
Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calender, it comes after the month of Shaban. It is also one of the fifth pillar of Islam. During this month Muslims through out the world fast from dawn to sunset.The prefast meal is called suhur/ sehri and the post one is called iftar. As the maghrib azaan starts, muslims starts iftar by eating dates. Muslims read their holy book quran everyday during this month and pass precious time in the prayer of Allah.
Iftar is the time when Muslims break their fasts by the will of Allah. This is a precious time and brings a lot of blessings to everyone.
Iftar is when Muslims break their fast at the time of Maghrib (the sunset) in the month of Ramadan. According to Sunnah, most of the Muslims usually break their fast with a Khajoor(dates) and water. While in most countries, many people like to prepare many special dishes for Iftar. When Azan of Maghrib starts, all the Muslims break their fast.
Here your are going to browse some Iftar Quotes and Wishes.
Iftar Quotes and Wishes
Happy Iftar. May Allah accept your fast and continue to bless you in life.
Fasting tests our patience, and Iftar provides us with immense blessings! Happy Iftar Mubarak!
May your sins get erased, and your ibadat get accepted during Iftar times! Happy Iftar!
Iftar Mubarak, friend. I always keep you in my prayers. Please keep me in your prayers as well.
‘’You know, Iftar time is one of the most blessed times. Do seek Allah’s forgiveness on this time before it went away.’’
Prophet (SAW) said: “The people will always be with the good as long as they hasten in breaking the fast.” (Related by al-Bukhari and Muslim)
Iftar Mubarak. This is the time Allah is promised to grant your prayers as a fasting person. Make dua for yourself and keep me in it too.
Wishing everyone a very happy iftar. I hope Allah blesses you all with peace and happiness throughout the Ramadan month and always.
Iftar Mubarak. I pray and hope Allah showers you and your family with His gracious blessings this sacred month of Ramadan.
May all your wishes be accepted by Allah along with your fast this Ramadan. Keeping you in my thoughts and prayers this Iftar.
Happy Iftar! It’s the time when we sit together with our families and count the enormous blessings we have received from the Almighty! Enjoy the moment.
The Prophet SAW said: “Whoever gives food for a fasting person to break his fast, he will have a reward like theirs, without that detracting from their reward in the slightest.”
Sulaiman ibn ‘Amr (rA) reported that the Prophet (SAW) said: “If one of you is fasting, he should break his fast with dates. If dates are not available, then with water, for water is purifying.” (mentioned in Ahmed)
Allahumma laka sumtu wa ala rizqika aftartu. (Abu Dawud, Sawm: 22)
(O my Allah! I have fasted for your acceptance and I am breaking my fast with Your provision.)
The thirst gone, the arteries dampened; the reward has become definite, Allah willing.
“Allahümme leke sumtü ve bike âmentü ve aleyke tevekkeltü ve alâ rızkıke eftartü, fe tekabbel minnâ. İnneke Sumte’s-semiu’l-âlim.”
“O Lord, I fasted for You (for the sake of Your pleasure with me), believed in You, relied on You and broke the fast using Your gifts. Forgive me past and future sins, O All-Forgiving!