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    40 hadiths with regard to Ramazan

    Holy Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him and his progeny) has said: "Those people from amongst my ummah, who memorize forty hadith (traditions) pertaining to those issues of religion, which they are in need of, Allah shall resurrect them on the Day of Judgment as jurisprudents and scholars." (Bihar al-Anwar, vol. 2, pg. 156; Al-Ikhtasaas, pg.2)

    Hadith No. 01
    Why the name 'Ramazan'?
    Holy Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him and his progeny) said: "Surely, the month of Ramazan has been named so because it scorches away the sins." Kanz al-Ummal, H: 23688

    Hadith No. 02
    Ramazan: The Name of God
    Imam Sadiq (A.S.) has said: Say not, "This is Ramazan" and "Ramazan has departed" and "Ramazan has arrived" for surely, Ramazan is one of the names of Allah, The Mighty, the Glorious, who neither arrives nor departs. Surely, arrives and departs that, which is ephemeral, Instead say: "The month of Ramazan". Al-Kafi, 4, pg. 70

    Hadith No. 03
    Ramazan: The Month of Revelation of the Holy Quran
    Imam Reza (A.S.) has said: If one asks, "Why is it that the fasts were made obligatory exclusively in the month of Ramazan and not in the other months?" it would be said, "(this is) because the month of Ramazan is the month in which Allah, the Exalted, had revealed the Holy Quran." Bihar al-Anwar, vol. 18, pg. 190

    Hadith No. 04
    Reward for Recitation of the Holy Quran during Ramazan
    Imam Reza (A.S.) has said: "Someone who recites one verse from the Book of Allah, The Mighty, The Glorious, in the month of Ramazan, is like one who has recited the entire Holy Quran in the other months." Bihar al-Anwar, vol. 93, pg. 344

    Hadith No. 05
    Reward of the Month of Ramazan
    Holy Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him and his progeny) was asked: O' Prophet of Allah! Which of the two months possesses a greater reward, Rajab or the month of Ramazan? Holy Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him and his progeny) replied: Nothing can be compared to the month of Ramazan in terms of reward. Bihar al-Anwar, vol. 97, pg. 49

    Hadith No. 06
    Ramazan: The Month of God
    Holy Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him and his progeny) said: Shaaban is my month and the month of Ramazan is the month of Allah, The Exalted, and it is the springtime for the poor. Bihar al-Anwar, vol. 97, pg. 68

    Hadith No. 07
    Ramazan: The Chosen Month
    Holy Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him and his progeny) said: Surely, Allah, The Mighty, The Glorious, has chosen from amongst the months (and granted preference to), the months of Rajab, Shaaban and the month of Ramazan. Bihar al-Anwar, vol. 27, pg. 53

    Hadith No. 08
    Ramazan: The Great Month
    Holy Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him and his progeny) said: Surely, the month of Ramazan is a great month. Allah multiplies in it the good deeds, erases in it the sins and elevates in it the ranks. Wasail al-Shia'h, vol. 10, pg. 312

    Hadith No. 09
    Ramazan: The Chief of the Months
    Imam Ali (A.S.) said: The month of Ramazan has approached you. It is the chief of all months and the beginning of the year. Bihar al-Anwar, vol. 42, pg. 193

    Hadith No. 10
    Ramazan: The Beginning of the Year
    Imam Sadiq (A.S.) said: If the month of Ramazan remains safe and sound (with respect to sins), the (entire) year shall remain so (too); the month of Ramazan is the beginning of the year. Wasail al-Shia'h vol.10, pg. 311


     


    Hadith No. 11
    Ramazan: The Month of Mercy
    Holy Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him and his progeny) has said: It (Ramazan) is the month, whose beginning is mercy, its middle, forgiveness and its end, emancipation from the fire (of hell). Bihar al-Anwar, vol. 93, pg. 342

    Hadith No. 12
    Excellence of the Month of Ramazan
    Holy Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him and his progeny) said: O' People! Surely, the month of God has approached you. The month which, in the eyes of Allah, is the most virtuous of the months. Its days are the best of the days and its nights, the best of the nights and its moments, the best of the moments. Bihar al-Anwar, vol. 96, pg. 356

    Hadith No. 13
    Ramazan: The Best of the Months
    Imam Sadiq (A.S.) said: The best of the months is the month of God - the month of Ramazan - and the heart of the month of Ramazan is the Night of Qadr (Lailatul Qadr). Bihar al-Anwar, vol. pg. 386

    Hadith No. 14
    The Night of Qadr
    Holy Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him and his progeny) said: O' People! Surely, a great and blessed month has enveloped you. A month, in which there is a night, deeds in which are better than of a thousand months. Bihar al-Anwar, vol.96, pg. 342

    Hadith No. 15
    Gift of Allah's Month
    Holy Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him and his progeny) said: Your breath in it glorification (of Allah) and your sleep in it worship (of Allah). Bihar al-Anwar, vol. 96, pg. 356

    Hadith No. 16
    Fasts of the Month of Ramadan
    Holy Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him and his progeny) said: The month of Ramazan is the month in which Allah, The Mighty, The Glorious, has made fasting obligatory upon you. So one, who fasts in this month in a state of belief and with the intention of recompense, shall become free of his sins just as he was on the day when his mother gave him birth. Tahdheeb al-Ahkam, vol. 4, pg. 152

    Hadith No. 17
    Ramazan: The Month of Spiritual Striving
    In his testament to his sons, Imam Sadiq (A.S.) said: When the month of Ramazan arrives, exert yourselves, for surely it is in this month that livelihood is distributed, the hour of death is ordained and the arriving for Hajj is decreed. In it is a night, deeds in which are better than deeds in a thousand months. Al-Kafi, vol. 4, pg. 66

    Hadith No. 18
    Ramazan: The Month of Good Deeds
    Holy Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him and his progeny) said: This month of yours (Ramazan) is unlike the other months. Surely, when it approaches you, it does so with blessings and mercy and when it turns away from you, it does so with forgiveness of sins. This is a month in which good deeds are multiplied and of goodness accepted. Wasail al-Shia'h, vol. 10, pg. 312

    Hadith No. 19
    Ramazan: The Blessed Month
    Holy Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him and his progeny) has said: Surely, the month of Ramazan, the blessed month, has come to you. The month, whose fasts Allah has made obligatory upon you. In it, the doors of Paradise are opened up and the Satan's fettered, and in it is the Night of Qadr, which is more virtuous than a thousand months. Tahdheeb al-Ahkam, vol. 4, pg. 152

    Hadith No. 20
    The Month of Ramazan and Seeking Forgiveness
    Imam Ali (A.S.) said: It is incumbent upon you to seek forgiveness and supplicate excessively in the month of Ramazan. As for the supplication, by means of it the calamities are warded off from you, and as for the seeking of forgiveness, it erases away your sins. Al-Kafi, vol. 4, pg. 88

    Hadith No. 21
    Opening of the doors of Paradise
    Holy Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him and his progeny) said: In it (the month of Ramazan) the doors of Hell are closed and the doors of Paradise opened. Bihar al-Anwar, vol. 96, pg. 363

    Hadith No. 22
    The Month of Ramazan and Itikaf
    Imam Sadiq (A.S.) has said: Holy Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him and his progeny), initially observed the Itikaf (spiritual retreat) during the first ten days of the month of Ramazan. Later, he observed it during the middle ten days of the holy month and finally, he observed it during the last 10 days of the month and then continued to do so in the last ten days (for as long as he was alive). Bihar al-Anwar, vol. 16, pg. 274

    Hadith No. 23
    The Month of Ramazan and Divine Books
    Imam Sadiq (A.S.) said: The Torah was revealed on the sixth day of the month of Ramazan, the Bible, on the twelfth night of the month, the Paslms on the eighteenth night of the month and the Quran on the Night of Qadr. Al-Kafi, vol. 4, pg. 157

    Hadith No. 24
    The Best Deed of the Month of Ramazan
    During the course of a sermon of Holy Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him and his progeny) about the virtues of the month of Ramazan. Imam Ali (A.S.) says: I stood up and asked: O' Prophet of Allah! What is the best deed for this month? Holy Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him and his progeny) replied: O' Abul-Hasan! The best deed for this month is abstinence from that which is forbidden by Allah, The Mighty, The Glorious. Bihar al-Anwar, vol. 42, pg. 190

    Hadith No. 25
    Losers of the Month of Ramazan
    Holy Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him and his progeny) said: One who perceives the month of Ramazan and (does not strive in it and hence) is not forgiven, Allah distances him from Himself. Bihar al-Anwar, vol. 74, pg. 74

    Hadith No. 26
    Imam Sajjad (A.S.) and the Month of Ramazan
    Imam Sadiq (A.S.) said: With the advent of the month of Ramazan, Imam Ali Ibn al-Hussain (A.S.) would cease to speak about anything except dua, tasbeeh (glorification of Allah), isteghfar (seeking forgiveness) and takbeer (saying 'Allahu Akbar'). Al-Kafi, vol. 4, pg. 88

    Hadith No. 27
    Fridays of the Month of Ramazan
    Imam Baqir (A.S.) has said: Surely, the Fridays of the month of Ramazan possess an excellence over the Fridays of the other months, just as Holy Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him and his progeny) possesses an excellence over the other prophets. Bihar al-Anwar, vol. 69, pg. 376

    Hadith No. 28
    Seven Excellences of Ramazan Fasting
    Holy Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him and his progeny) has stated: There is no Mu'min, who fasts for a day in the month of Ramazan with the intention of attaining its rewards, except that Allah, The Exalted, grants him seven excellences:

    The forbidden food that had entered into his body melts away.
    He moves closer to the Mercy of Allah, The Exalted.
    Allah expiates his sins.
    Allah reduces for him the agony of death.
    Allah protects him from the hunger and thirst of the Day of Judgment.
    He is granted pardon from the fire (of Hell).
    Allah provides him the good and pleasant food of Paradise.
    Mustadrak al-Wasaail al-Shia'h, vol. 7, pg. 395
    Hadith No. 29
    Ramazan: The Month of Patience
    Holy Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him and his progeny) said: And it (the month of Ramazan) is the month of patience, and surely, the reward of patience is Paradise. Al-Kafi, vol. 4, pg. 66

    Hadith No. 30
    Giving Charity
    Imam Sadiq (A.S.) has said: Allah shall ward off 70 kinds of calamities from one who gives charity in the month of Ramazan. Wasaail al-Shia'h, vol. 9, pg. 404

    Hadith No. 31
    Reward of an Obligatory Act
    Holy Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him and his progeny) has stated: (The rewards of) one, who performs in it (the month of Ramazan) a single act from amongst the obligatory (wajib) acts of Allah, would be like (that of) one, who has performed seventy obligatory acts in the other months. Wasaail al-Shia'h, vol. 10, pg. 307

    Hadith No. 32
    Night of Decree
    Imam Baqir (A.S.) said: In the Night of Qadr is decreed every thing - pleasant and unpleasant, obedience and disobedience, birth and death, and livelihood - which would occur during the course of that year, till the next Night of Qadr. Al-Kafi, vol. 4, pg. 157

    Hadith No. 33
    Increase Prayers in the Month of Ramazan
    Imam Sadiq (A.S.) has said: With the advent of the month of Ramazan, the Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him and his progeny) would increase his Prayers (Salaat); I also increase mine and so, (you) increase yours (too). Tahdheeb al-Akhaam, vol. 3, pg. 60

    Hadith No. 34
    Eating of sahur
    Holy Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him and his progeny) has said: Eat your 'sahur' (the morning meal before the start of a fast) even if it is (mere) mouthfuls of water, for the blessings of Allah are upon those who eat the sahur. Tahdheeb al-Akhaam, vol. 4, pg. 198

    Hadith No. 35
    Hunger and Thirst of the Day of Judgment
    Imam Ali (A.S.) said: Bring to mind, by means of your hunger and thirst in it (the month of Ramazan), the hunger and thirst of the Day of Judgment. Bihar al-Anwar, vol. 93, pg. 356

    Hadith No. 36
    The Call of Allah
    Abdullah Ibn al-Abbas Ibn Abd al-Muttalib reports that he heard Holy Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him and his progeny) say: Every night, in the month of Ramazan, Allah, The Blessed and The Exalted, calls out three times: Is there one, who seeks from Me, so that I grant him his wish? Is there one, who turns to me in repentance so that I turn to him (in Mercy)? Is there one, who seeks forgiveness from Me so that I forgive him? Mustadrak al-Wasaail, vol. 7, pg. 429

    Hadith No. 37
    Ghusl (ablution) on Night of Qadr
    Imam Musa Ibn Ja'far (A.S.) said: One, who performs the ghusl on the Night of Qadr and remains awake in it (engaged in worship), shall have all his sins forgiven. Wasaail al-Shia'h, vol. 10, pg. 358

    Hadith No. 38
    Shield of a Believing Servant
    Allah, The Mighty and The Glorious has said: The fasts are the shield of the believing servants on the Day of Judgment, just as your weapons shield you in this world. Wasaail al-Shia'h, vol.10, pg. 403

    Hadith No. 39
    Iftaar for Mu'min
    Holy Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him and his progeny) said: One who provides iftaar to a Mu'min in the month of Ramazan, shall be granted the reward of liberating a slave (in the path of Allah) and shall have all his previous sins forgiven. And if he did not possess the means to present anything except milk mixed with water, or a drink of sweet water and a date, Allah would grant him this reward. Bihar al-Anwar, vol. 93, pg. 317

    Hadith No. 40
    Farewell to the Month of Ramazan
    Holy Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him and his progeny) prayed: O' God! Ordain not this month of Ramazan to be the last one for my fasts. But should you ordain it to be so, then make me blessed and leave me not deprived (of Your mercy). Badaabi Az Quran, pg. 398

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    Subhanallah.. May Allah bless you for this topic..

    however i dont understand the following hadiths, if you can please check it, i would appreciate it.

    Hadith No. 26
    Imam Sajjad (A.S.) and the Month of Ramazan
    Imam Sadiq (A.S.) said: With the advent of the month of Ramazan, Imam Ali Ibn al-Hussain (A.S.) would cease to speak about anything except dua, tasbeeh (glorification of Allah), isteghfar (seeking forgiveness) and takbeer (saying 'Allahu Akbar'). Al-Kafi, vol. 4, pg. 88 .

    the "except" word in the sentence. cuz reading that, it means you can speak about anything, except duas, tasbhee ....... which gives the meaning of it, that u shouldnt do those the following...

    Jazakallah khair.

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    Thank u so much for ur Advice dear & if there is any mistake do inform me ...
    I have corrected it ....gosh!!!! Just a single word missing in it will have such a great difference
    & I appologise for the mistake

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    no dont apologize, we should thank you for posting this topic.. when i read that, i was like this has to be a typo. i hope u didnt mind me mentioning it.

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    oh no ladies....u thought wrong....u have made mistake now in translation, it was alright before, haily! u misunderstood...it should b like this:
    Hadith No. 26
    Imam Sajjad (A.S.) and the Month of Ramazan
    Imam Sadiq (A.S.) said: With the advent of the month of Ramazan, Imam Ali Ibn al-Hussain (A.S.) would cease to speak about anything except dua, tasbeeh (glorification of Allah), isteghfar (seeking forgiveness) and takbeer (saying 'Allahu Akbar'). Al-Kafi, vol. 4, pg. 88

    Haily! read again n pay attention to 'cease to speak about anything' n then concentrate on 'except dua....'
    hope u n sufi will understand that this hadith should b without "not". So plz correct it sufi!

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    malik ur rite.. I hate it how in our society we have changed the eng so much lol. like for example the word pious, the actual meaning of it is hypocrisy, but its is used to describe a good and humble man.

    yes cease the actual definition of it is something coming to an end. so the hadith means speaking about other matters should come to an end, except dua, ......

    thnx for correcting us malik.. although we use words in diff form, to give definition. especially American eng, and britian eng are diff too

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    yes...there r differences in British n American English...n its quite clear there in pronunciations of words too...so people sometimes don't know which word they r pronouncing in British pronunciation n which in American pronunciation in the same sentence...i always like to follow British pronunciations n like to know common mistakes people make in pronouncing words....

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    i live in america , so in here we make fun of Britain eng lolzzz jk jk.. not the pronunciation, but the definition, nd the way we read it in the sentence.

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    well...u can say that being in America, but why i prefer British English is bec it was British colonization n trade due to which English spread to Americas...so roots of English r in Britain....

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    lol.. im not trying to argue with u which eng is better nd which isnt. Depending on which format your country uses, u should follow that one.

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